TX Podcast: The innovative county using drones for medicine delivery, Llewelyn Morgan of Oxfordshire
In this episode, we discuss the innovation projects of Oxfordshire County Council and how counties can benefit from Web 3 technologies and real-time data to create better infrastructure and services for citizens.
TX Podcast: Continental and the Web 3 technologies shaping the automotive industry
It is estimated that by 2025, 90% of produced vehicles will have embedded connectivity solutions. We invited Stefan Schneider and Konrad Hilarius of Continental AG to talk about the future of the automotive industry, where the growing amount of vehicle data is unlocking opportunities for data monetisation.
Blockchain won’t solve your traceability issues if you’re not capturing accurate data – how we Assess the problem space
With the hype of blockchain over the last few years, numerous companies are now offering blockchain-enabled traceability solutions. But the fundamental problem that must be solved before data is entered onto the chain is its accuracy and correctness.
ERP systems have been the heart of companies since the rise of the digital era. Like the human heart, the ERP should be active at all times, pushing freshly oxidised blood throughout the body and keeping the machine running smoothly.
In this instalment of the TX Podcast, we talk to Krista Huhtala-Jenks, Head of Ecosystem & Sustainability at the world’s first Mobility-as-a-Service operator MaaS Global and VP of the MaaS Alliance. MaaS Global is the company behind the Whim app, which is already live in a number of cities and regions across Europe.
TX Podcast: MPTC and the potential of data for Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)
On this episode, we have Raymund Patrick Ramos, Technology Officer at Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation, the largest toll road operator in the Philippines and one of the largest in Asia. MPTC is one of the forward thinking tollroad operators beginning their data journey to unlock value from data and create improved services for their customers.
We’re talking with Ramon Duarte, Head of Platform and Transactions of UnionBank of the Philippines about how innovative technologies in the financial sector are helping to bank those that are unbanked. We discuss UnionBank’s exciting initiatives involving blockchain and data monetisation.
TX Podcast: Decentralised data transportation – Streamr Network
Streamr is one of the companies pioneering in decentralised data systems. In this episode, we’re talking to Henri Pihkala, CEO of Streamr about the benefits of decentralised vs traditional data systems, data crowd-sourcing and crowdselling, and how Streamr is creating a fertile ground for new business models around data monetisation and fairer value chains in the data context.
TX Podcast: Data economies within Health and Pharmaceuticals industries
In our podcast, we’re interviewing Davide Zaccagnini MD at Lynkeus about the importance of big data and data economies within the Pharmaceuticals and HealthCare industry. We also discuss progress on the KRAKEN H2020 project.
TX Podcast: Crowdsourcing and monetising data (Data Unions)
We invited the Head Of Growth from the Streamr project, Shiv Malik to talk about crowdsourcing and monetising data from millions of individuals in a legally compliant manner. Streamr project refers to this process as a Data Union. Subscribe to this podcast to hear all about the importance of data unions.
Unlocking vehicle data and creating value for both the vehicle manufacturer and driver
Giving drivers greater control over their car’s data to decide whether to share it with 3rd parties in return for a share of the revenues generated from its sale could help vehicle manufacturers overcome their existing challenges to monetize vehicle data.
Ben Sheppard (Managing Director) and Jarno Marttila (Head of Technology) discussing traceability of seafood and their project referred to as “Tracey”, being delivered in partnership with WWF and UnionBank of the Philippines.
Engineering Solutions for the Future Data Economy in Healthcare
The growth of the medical Internet of Things (IoT) market and the accelerating drive for truly personalised health has led to a boom in the development and consumption of wearable devices that are produced to measure attributes such as personal heart rate, steps walked, blood pressure and other useful data of citizens.
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