Digital transformation and the interconnection of the world
Information can be captured, stored and utilized more easily. With the Internet of Things, big data, mobility, social media and cloud computing, digital technologies are permeating all areas of business and life. Our society is facing fundamental change.
Communications networks and technologies must adapt to these new requirements - short innovation cycles and flexible value chains are also needed by service providers to meet future customer demands.
This year's 9th Xyna Conference of the GIP Research Institute discussed how digitization will change the way people work together, across company boundaries (Digital Company), in the city of tomorrow (Digital City) and in the energy networks of the future (Digital Grid). For successful digitization, we need systems and platforms to manage information flows.
The 9th Xyna Conference of the GIP Research Institute continued the successful conference series. More than 150 guests from IT, telecommunications, the energy sector, industry, research and development spent a day addressing questions about digital transformation - the fundamental economic and social change brought about by technological innovations based on the Internet.
Exciting presentations by Dr. Bernd Reifenhäuser, Yvonne Hofstetter, Randolf Stich, Axel Föry, Martin Jeske and Dr. Alexander Ebbes were able to inspire the expert audience.