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30 Sep 2016  |  Global
Exoskeletons are Set to Play a Critical Role in Future Smart Factories
Most factory environments are characterized by increased worker absenteeism arising from post-related injuries resulting in Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD). This in turn impacts the factory floor, in terms of increased costs arising from unsuitable factory environment, poor productivity and low-quality finished goods. The exoskeleton technology has...
30 Sep 2016  |  Global
Growth in FinTech is Shaping the Future of Invisible Finance & Virtual Banking
The financial services industry is on the brink of disruption, as the use of technology poses a challenge to market players and their existing products and services and associated costs. Thus it is important to revisit one of the oldest industries and re-conceptualize how it will thrive in the future aligning itself to looming social and technologi...
23 Sep 2016  |  North America
Survey of Solution Providers Offers Insights into Key Global Trends and the Future of Smart Cities
The Smart City movement continues to gain traction, with increasing connectivity and novel solutions joining forces to tackle urbanization's top challenges. As cities undertake Smart City initiatives, solution providers must develop offerings aligned with customer expectations, and city-customers must convey the motivators propelling and restraints...
16 Sep 2016  |  Europe
Comprehensive View of 6 BREXIT Scenarios on Our Future
As Europe battles unequal growth and environmental, economic, social, and political challenges, Britain has chosen to fight its challenges alone. This study puts forth a hypothetical timeline to the events that might unfold in the next five years and examines the potential trade models that may come to reality between Britain and the European Union...
03 Feb 2016  |  Global
Recovery in Advanced Economies and Slowdown in Key Emerging Economies Likely
The global economy is finally stabilizing after the Great Recession, although some weak spots and new risks remain in the growth trajectory. In 2016, the growth of very promising economies such as the United States and the United Kingdom is expected, while economies such as Japan and China are likely to slow down. Furthermore, a slowdown is underwa...