Sustainable Precision Fisheries at Scale – Enabled by True IoT and Cloud
  • Internet of Things, 
  • Manufacturing, 
  • Retail, 
  • Energy and Utilities

Sustainable Precision Fisheries at Scale – Enabled by True IoT and Cloud

Oskar Wintertidh

Oskar Wintertidh,

The world’s wild fish stocks are depleting at a rapid pace. The growing demand for high quality protein sources catalyzes need for increased operational efficiency and quality in wild and farmed fisheries. Economic yields and total cost of production are largely dependent on fish health and cost of feed. Are large-scale sensor deployment, IoT and big data platforms all part of the answer to sustainable fish production?

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Covid-19: Keeping People Healthy & Business Running

Covid-19: Keeping People Healthy & Business Running

Hans Hasselgren

Hans Hasselgren,

How well an organization weathers the effects of the Covid-19 outbreak will depend a great deal on how effectively it cares for its employees. Business continuity planning and execution should pivot around helping employees with high-quality information about the virus, effective preventive measures, and how the business intends to operate during uncertain times.

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Technology with the biggest payoff

Technology with the biggest payoff

Else Beate Gullestad

Else Beate Gullestad,

In the beginning of a digital transformation, it’s wise to invest in the technology which yields the biggest payoff. ROI – short for Return on Investment – has been and will remain a defining way to measure investments. Whether it’s returns in the form of savings, growth, valuation or social impact.

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Six mistakes that slows digital transformation

Six mistakes that slows digital transformation

Else Beate Gullestad

Else Beate Gullestad,

There are digital leaders and laggards. Most are somewhere in between. A few years ago, digital was seen as something theoretical, an optional challenge, and the next manager’s problem. Organizations that are not moving in a digital direction – fast – will struggle to stay relevant in the modern economy.

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