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NEWSLETTER - July, 2020

Qualcomm partners with DreamVu and others to launch World’s first 5G and AI-enabled robotics platform

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., announced the Qualcomm® Robotics RB5 platform – the Company’s most advanced, integrated, comprehensive offering designed specifically for robotics. Building on the successful Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 platform and its broad adoption in a wide array of robotics and drone products available today, the Qualcomm Robotics RB5 platform is comprised of an extensive set of hardware, software, and development tools.


30+ ecosystem players, which includes DreamVu, are developing necessary hardware and software to enable various robotics applications.

Glassbeam expands partner ecosystem to include Siemens Healthineers

Glassbeam, Inc., the premier machine data analytics company, announced that it has expanded its partner ecosystem to include Siemens Healthineers, a leading medical technology company, in its Strategic Reseller program to amplify the access and penetration of Glassbeam Clinsights™ offerings in the healthcare industry. Through this agreement, Siemens Healthineers will now be able to resell the Clinsights™ Service Analytics module to help provider organizations manage large multi-vendor fleets for imaging equipment such as MRIs, CT Scanners, and Cath Labs, to help increase machine uptime, improve productivity and deliver enhanced patient care.

Brodmann17 and Edgetensor collaborate to deliver a complete camera-based Telematics AI driver safety solution

Brodmann17 and Edgetensor announced their collaboration to bring to market a joint dashcam solution which will include interior driver monitoring (DMS) and exterior ADAS applications for fleet companies. Merging the class leading accuracy of the Brodmann17 ADAS features with the high performance Edgetensor DMS solution gives the fleet service providers a complete solution, which will expedite their transition to next generation dashcams and fleet management capabilities.

HealthifyMe launches HealthifyStudio platform for home workouts

AI-led health and fitness app HealthifyMe announced the launch of HealthifyStudio - both in app and on HealthifyStudio.com. The platform brings together leading national and international trainers to offer live, interactive workout experience to people in the safety and comfort of their homes. With the country under an extended lockdown, and consumer hesitation in visiting gyms and public places, HealthifyStudio will enable users to experience immersive studio-style workouts digitally.


Why developers are fueling the next $1 Trillion software wave

Over the past two decades, two separate trillion-dollar enterprise software sectors have been created: SaaS software and public cloud. Today, we are in the early innings of the next trillion-dollar software wave: developer-driven software. These companies build technologies to make the software development and data management processes easier, faster, more secure and completely democratized.


A range of developer-driven software companies—from public leaders such as Twilio, Atlassian, Datadog, Okta, Crowdstrike and MongoDB, to pre-IPO unicorns including Stripe, Snowflake, and HashiCorp—are already valued in the billions or tens of billions of dollars. And despite the economic setbacks from COVID, this new market is continuing to gain momentum due to the shift to remote work.

How will the world look in 2025 and the future of Cybersecurity

The world has been witnessing increased connectivity every year, driven by the ongoing technological revolution. Along with the increasing connectivity, critical information infrastructures are also facing a rising number of cyberattacks, which is a cause of concern for both individual and enterprise users.


Experts predict that by 2025, the information that people share over the Internet will get interwoven into their daily life activities, so much so that information flow will become invisible, like electricity. There will be an exponential explosion of data volume and typical use cases. Thus, the line separating the responsibilities of IT security teams and the regulatory frameworks will blur. Overall, the data security sphere will undergo drastic transformations that could well be something beyond the magnitudes and sophistication that could be conceived based on currently available knowledge.

Why AI is the next way patients will choose their doctors

Covid-19 has changed the course of healthcare for the foreseeable future. Healthcare workers, doctors’ rooms, and equipment inventories were stretched thin even before the pandemic took hold, with patients waiting weeks or months to get a doctor’s appointment or book a surgery. Today, these resources are nearing the breaking point. By combining electronic health records and artificial intelligence, it is now possible to pair patients with the available caregivers most likely to produce the best result—based on data for patients and outcomes across providers. Such approaches offer improved care outcomes, satisfaction, access, and affordability.

A Multibillion-dollar opportunity: Virus-Proofing the new office

With companies pressing to figure out how to safely reopen workplaces, makers of everything from office furniture to smart ventilation systems are rushing to sell them products and services marketed as solutions. Some companies, like makers of thermal cameras that sense skin temperature, are rebranding their wares as virus-containment fever-scanning products. Others are creating entirely new services. Everything from office lobby, elevators, meals, and employee tracking is going to witness a change. Tech, catering, and design companies are rushing to sell employers on fever scanners, box lunches and office floor-planning apps for social distancing but it is too soon to tell if these solutions will work.

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