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Healthcare
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The Blog talks about emerging technologies enabling various stakeholders to improve value to the customer, how Digitization in Healthcare could contribute in saving many lives and betterment of lifestyle. It also talks about the potential threat of...
SMAC
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The SMAC stack (or Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud) has been one of the most used, overused and abused acronyms of the tech industry. Everything tech is linked one way or another to SMAC, they say. True, there have been businesses who didn’t...
Chatbot
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Allowing users to ask questions and interact real-time with a brand on messaging platforms is the new tactic used by businesses. Chatbots are the resources being used to help users solve problems and promote interactivity. Here I am explaining about...
Every Organization might
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Blog sets out to establish the relation between API and micro services. With the increase of Mobility & SOA and with the advent of MicroServices, it is the need for a comprehensive design to expose services as API and enable better integration,...
Contextual Enquiry
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This blog talks about how contextual enquiry has impacted design thinking. Designers are now becoming more motivated to think strategically and holistically before starting any design. Designers are now looking to be a part of the initial research...
Regression Testing for OEMs and Service Providers
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Scaling can be at any level: enhancing operations, upgrading software, introducing new software in the present setup, and extending global reach, among others. Solutions such as regression make it possible to scale up to higher levels.
Blockchain
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A McKinsey survey on risk-management maturity of large companies found that only a dismal 5% of them had matured capabilities in managing cybersecurity risks. Because of digital transformation, these companies are even more vulnerable. Blockchain...
Accessibility Engineering
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Accessibility Engineering has a lot of myths around it due to which most companies tend to shy away from it. In this blog, we try to debunk these myths and show how accessibility makes complete business sense. Read this blog to know more.
Improving product support
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In Traditional Telecom Tech Product Support Model, customer complaints raised either by phone support lines or logging system or some other means are first analyzed by Enterprise Support Team. Adaptive software design and knowledge sharing can go a...
Lambda Expression
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Lambda expressions or Lambdas are, typically, a simpler way to pass function (behaviour) as an argument to another method or constructor. It is also called as Function Pointers or Function References.Lambdas were introduced in Java 8 and it was the...
structure your JavaScript as modules
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A pattern is a reusable solutions that can be applied to a commonly occurring problem. Design patterns are advanced object-oriented solutions to commonly occurring software problems.Module design pattern is very useful for many reasons. Its main...
Regression
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Present day Industry & its complexities
Future of Monitoring
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Jun 22, 2016

Future of Monitoring

Prashant Joshi Technical Specialist-Engineering R&D services

Recent research says that more than 60 % of Enterprises use more than 10 monitoring software to monitor all their applications and infrastructure. In the background of no single software to monitor all entities, we are exploring unified monitoring...
Digital Twin
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Digital Twin is a very important concept for the manufacturing sector, which is being swept by a digitalization wave. Digital twin technology leverages big data analytics to empower the manufacture in meeting their performance KPIs in the VUCA world...
IoT
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IoT is poised to transform the aviation industry, ensuring reliability, quality, and fuel efficiency. It can be extended across applications to maximize fleet usage, consolidate maintenance mechanisms, minimize operational expenditures, and analyze...
IOT
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Jun 15, 2016

Need of Monitoring for IoT Devices

Pankaj Gairola Software Engineer in Agile Project

In this growing world of technology where everything is connected, the monitoring of devices becomes indispensable.The traditional way of monitoring may not be capable to monitor the IoT devices.It is crucial time to explore more compatible and...
Cyber Security in Avionics: Becoming Future Ready
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The dependence on software in the aviation industry is increasing rapidly. Software systems used by the defence departments are in a constant state of risk, thanks to complex interferences from multiple sources. Protecting the software from cyber...

Ideation Techniques- Part 2
Sanjeev Purohit - Group Manager - Engineering R&D | November 2, 2017
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In continuation of the previous blog Promoting and Nurturing Innovation and part 1 of ideation techniques we will go through other advance techniques like SCAMPER, Mind Map, Reverse thinking for idea generation. 


Design Thinking: Putting customer and customer experience at the core of product innovation
GH Rao - President - Engineering and R&D Services (ERS) | November 2, 2017
679 Views

Successful companies are increasingly putting customers, not technology, at the heart of product design. It turns out that understanding what problems customers have and how a product can solve them is more important than simply incorporating new features enabled by the latest technology.One method for achieving this customer centric perspective—one that is receiving a lot of attention in its application across many areas of the business—is called “design thinking”.   


Partner Enabled Innovation in Healthcare
Partha Marella - Executive Vice President | October 25, 2017
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Healthcare, today, demands a system that can efficiently cure or manage multiple comorbidities in an individual, find novel ways of optimizing cost of care including self-help, remote patient engagement or home care. To top it all, the new regulations and outcome driven reimbursement mechanism is forcing the industry to look at multi-level care pathways, resulting in a shift from the product (device/drug) to the consumer.These changes had the effect of a shot of adrenaline and the Med Devices industry is racing to adapt newer ways to deliver care, measure patient outcomes and optimize cost structures.