• A Connected Car Benchmark : Market and revenues

    The following Benchmark aims to give a comparaison between US, US, France, Germany and Japan in terms of Market revenues , annual growths and market penetration.

  • Germany Won the 2014 World Cup thanks to the Big Data Solution delivered by SAP.

    In the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February, the Enterprise systems company SAP was demonstrating how an application called Match Insights could gather data before and during a match and use it to influence the coach’s tactical decisions while the game was on.

    Most saw the demo as a marketing exercise. But when Germany won the World Cup, systematically outplaying opponents with superior tactics, the data game became very real.

    In fact, when England played in Ecuador and Honduras for “warm weather training” in June ahead of the World Cup, they’d already lost the tournament – they just didn’t know it.

  • Healthcare - Saving lives with Big Data

    Big Data has changed the way we manage, analyze and leverage data in any industry. One of the most promising areas where Big Data can be applied to make a change is healthcare. Healthcare analytics has the potential to reduce costs of treatment, predict outbreaks of epidemics, avoid preventable diseases and improve the quality of life in general.

  • The Impact of the Internet of Things on Big Data

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is on its way to becoming the next technological revolution. According to Gartner, revenue generated from IoT products and services will exceed $300 billion in 2020, and that probably is just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Vulnerabilities of #Connected #Cars

    Mobile protection specialist Arxan has put together an infographic highlighting some of the ways connected cars could be attacked. These include intercepting communication between mobile apps used to unlock or immobilize the vehicle.