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Casual listening weekly podcasts from the team at TX Tomorrow Explored, hosted by Ben Sheppard (Managing Director) and Jarno Marttila (Head of Technology). We dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.
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In this podcast TX Head of Technology Jarno Marttila and Streamr Co-founder Henri Pihkala discuss the newest advancements and the future of the Streamr decentralised real-time network project. Streamr is now approaching its Brubeck milestone and opens up for regular network users to host their own network nodes. Ahead of the Brubeck mainnet launch, a testnet was recently opened to run a series of technical tests with around 4000 network nodes signing up almost immediately, thus marking an impressive kickoff for the network.Unlike traditional data networks, Streamr is not based on a centralised message broker but on each user or data consumer also acting as a network node and passing the messages to other users. What results is a massively scalable and fast network for data transport. Participation in this decentralised network can be called mining as it is comparable to the role of network nodes in Bitcoin and Ethereum, with some important exceptions. Instead of meaningless operations that burn energy, users share their bandwidth and thus contribute their valuable resources to the network.Decentralised networks are "a classic case of a solution looking for a problem", as Mr. Pihkala puts it. They have disruptive potential that will gradually change the way applications are created on the internet, giving rise to what is called the Web3.0. This kind of disruption has already happened in the story of BitTorrent that forced the music and film industries to completely change their business models.He also gives some practical advice to those willing to join this revolution. You can simply install the Streamr software on your Raspberry Pi, connect it to the testnet and start earning small crypto payments for hosting your own network node.Watch the video podcast on Youtube, or listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored
This episode focuses on the key concepts of ATARCA (Accounting Technologies for Anti-Rival Coordination and Allocation), a two-year research project that TX has embarked on earlier this year. The aim of ATARCA is to investigate in its two pilot experiments how blockchain technologies can be used to create new types of businesses based on the replicable nature of digital resources. Head of Technology Jarno Marttila from TX and Dr. Esko Hakanen who is the Project Manager of ATARCA and a post-doctoral researcher at Aalto University talk about what the concept of anti-rival goods means, and how anti-rivalry could turn out to revolutionalise business especially with immaterial goods such as information within the next 20-30 years. They also discuss the more complex question of if and how this concept can be taken even to traditional and asset intensive sectors such as manufacturing where the new roles of collaboration, connectivity, and sustainability require added interaction and agile experimentation across companies, something which can benefit from anti-rival tokenisation.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored
Avalanche is a highly scalable blockchain platform for decentralized applications and enterprise blockchain deployments, and in our view, one of the benchmarks in blockchain marketing. Their channels offer a delightful stream of content serving both enterprises as well as the developer community. Leading these marketing efforts is Jay Kurahashi-Sofue, and it’s our pleasure to have him as our guest on this episode. Jay is the VP of Marketing at Ava Labs, the blockchain organisation building Avalanche. Ava Labs is on a mission to empower people to build an open, simple, and democratic internet of finance.Jay is a well-known voice in the blockchain marketing community. Prior to Ava Labs, he was the Head of Marketing at Fluidity and AirSwap and also was a strategist at Ogilvy, where he co-founded its first blockchain marketing group. Jay is also the co-founder of BlockMarketers, a virtual and in-person community for marketing executives in the blockchain industry.On this episode Jay recounts his career journey in marketing into blockchain and DeFi. We talk about bridging the communication gap between crypto and the rest of the world, and also the exciting developments happening in Avalanche! If you’re a marketing professional in the blockchain and DeFi space, you don’t want to miss this.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored
In this episode, we dive deeper into the topic of DAOs by talking to Sasa Milic of API3.API3 is a DAO-governed technology product, and Sasa is in a prime position to speak about the ideas behind decentralization and how they permeate the community and culture bringing together diverse skillsets. When governance is based on proposals and votes, the essential question becomes how to ensure that DAOs are governed efficiently? Furthermore, how can enterprises interact with DAOs when there is no centralised leadership team? In which ways do DAOs maintain alignment and service quality? Hear Sasa’s insights to find out.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored
This episode is all about DAOs – Decentralized Autonomous Organisations! Irina Karagyaur joins us to talk about Polkadot, an open-source project founded by the Web3 Foundation to build a network protocol that allows true interoperability between different blockchains. Irina’s passion for IoT and Smart Cities brought her from architecture to working with blockchain and eventually to become one of the Head Ambassadors of Polkadot.Polkadot's DAOs is one of the most exciting examples of the space, with Ambassadors contributing to the community by bidding on projects, creating educational and marketing content, NFTs, partaking in events and most importantly, developing things on Polkadot. DAOs bring about a completely new organisational model, and of course, such new paradigms also come with challenges of explaining to the world how the decentralized world works.Will centralized organisations disappear and become DAOs? Or will centralized and decentralized work together in the future? Tune in also for Irina’s top 3 pieces of advice for founders wishing to create DAOs.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and data economies with guests from forward-thinking companies around the world. Tune in for talks about the next generation of internet technologies, blockchain, DeFi, cryptocurrencies, IoT, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored
Joining us on the podcast this time is Andrey Belyakov, founder and CEO of Opium Protocol – a protocol for creating, trading and settling decentralized derivatives. Andrey is a professional derivative trader and fund manager who has been active in crypto since 2015.In this episode, Andrey breaks down step by step, what are derivatives, what are decentralized derivatives, and tells us about the exciting things that Opium Protocol has on the horizon, including a partnership with Aave.---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored#technology #blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #traceability #trackandtrace #ai #artificialintelligence #web3 #crypto #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum #decentalizedderivatives #podcast
Matt Innes, Chief Design Officer of Streamr joins us from Melbourne, Australia to dive into the hottest topic of the moment – NFTs.NFTs i.e. Non Fungible Tokens have been taking over the media space lately, with good cause. The most expensive NFT yet, made by Beeple, was recently sold for $69.3 million. Artists, musicians and digital designers everywhere are getting in on NFTs, and of course there’s backlash too.Tune in with Matt and TX’s Ben Sheppard for a discussion on what NFTs are and what’s so groundbreaking about them? And why wouldn’t Matt trust anyone who says they know all about cryptos? We also hear the latest developments on the Streamr project.Matt has been designing for cryptocurrency since 2013 leading design for projects like Hivewallet, Counterparty, Cobalt, Vizor and Golem. He also runs his own digital product design studio, Idealogue.Streamr​ is working on the real-time data protocol of the decentralized web. The project was started by real-time data veterans with backgrounds in algorithmic trading and finance markets and is being built by contributors around the world. Streamr was crowdfunded $30M via ICO in October 2017.---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored#technology #blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #ai #artificialintelligence #web3 #crypto #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum. #NFTs #podcast
In this episode we’re joined by Aimée Leslie, Marine and Wildlife Programme Director at WWF Peru. Peru boasts nearly 300km coastline and 100 fishing ports, and Aimée is part of the team working at WWF Peru to drive seafood traceability and sustainable fishing practices in Peruvian fisheries.Aimée gives us a lay of the land about small-scale fishing in Peru and the seafood traceability related projects that WWF Peru has, including their TrazApp. Together we reflect on how the lack of information and interoperability affect the governance of fisheries, based on TX’s experience of the Tracey project with WWF in the Philippines.In the Track and Trace series of the TX podcast, guest experts join Jarno Marttila (Head of Technology, TX) to talk about the challenges around traceability and the role of emerging technologies in solving them.---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored#blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #traceability #trackandtrace #ai #artificialintelligence #web3 #crypto #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum #podcast #sustainablefishing
Talking Decentralized Finance with Julian Hosp of Cake DefiThis episode kicks off the DeFi series of the TX podcast. Our guest, Dr. Julian Hosp is the cofounder and CEO of Cake Defi – a platform that generates cash flow from cryptocurrencies and harnesses the possibilities of decentralized finance for its users. Hosp himself is an ex pro athlete and best selling author of multiple books, including “Retired by 30 – 25 stories I would tell my Younger Self” where he recounts 75 lessons learnt over his life – some of which you’ll hear in this pod!In this episode, Hosp walks listeners through the seven functions of finance to explain what DeFi means. He tells us why being blockchain agnostic is kind of like not getting married on the first date, and what are the three main risks of investing in cryptocurrencies.---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored#blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #traceability #trackandtrace #ai #artificialintelligence #web3 #crypto #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum
With increasing demand for transparency on the welfare of the animals that produce our milk, Arla has developed two technology products to drive transparency in the dairy value chain and track animal welfare using blockchain and AI.In our first podcast of 2021, we’re joined by Tomi Sirén who is the Head of Digital and Technological Innovation at Arla. Their powerful vision is to create the most transparent value chain in food.Tomi talks about the two technology products that Arla has developed: Arla Milkchain which tracks the journey of milk through the supply chain using blockchain technology, and Arla Iris, an AI-powered animal welfare app.---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored#technology #blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #traceability #trackandtrace #ai #artificialintelligence #web3
Tomi Kankainen is Chief Digital Officer of Fastems, the company solving productivity challenges through flexible manufacturing automation.In this episode, we discuss how the use of real-time data is changing the manufacturing industry as data economies emerge. We ask Tomi how he sees the use cases for data marketplaces in manufacturing, and the challenges and opportunities around data sharing in manufacturing networks. How is this traditional industry tapping into new opportunities of creating value from data? What kind of projects is Fastems piloting in the realm of Web 3 and real-time data?—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored#technology #blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #mobility #web3
This time on our podcast, we have Michael Rose, Chief Strategy Officer of Arcadis Gen, joining us from his home in the Northwest of England currently under Covid lockdown.Arcadis Gen is a subsidiary of Arcadis Group, a multidisciplinary engineering company working all over the world. They are trailblazers for digitalisation, helping organisations across the world harness data to transform their operations.In this podcast, Michael fills us in on many of Arcadis Gen’s innovative products and projects, and we discuss how blockchain accelerate the collaboration and exchange of information to meet societal challenges.--In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored/
In this episode, we’ll be learning more about Atos, the multinational IT company working as our partner in the EU H2020 funded KRAKEN project. With their 110,000 strong workforce in 73 countries and 12BN€ annual revenue, Atos is a global force in digital transformation.Atos works across multiple industries, driving innovation in projects funded by the European Commission. They are currently employed in over 150 EU projects in which they are specialising in communications, cloud, Big Data, cybersecurity, and plenty more.Our guests on this episode are Angel Palomares and Nacho González who work in the blockchain identity and privacy department of Atos.In the KRAKEN project, we’re developing a privacy-preserving marketplace for health and education data. In this podcast, we’ll hear updates on the KRAKEN project and the Self Sovereign Identity (SSI) that Atos is developing. We’ll also hear more about the work they are doing with blockchain and data marketplaces in different industries, and why a decentralised marketplace is necessary in order to put the individual user in control of their own data.--In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored/
In this episode, we’re joined by Humayun Sheikh, CEO of Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab Fetch.ai. Their blockchain-based platform enables collective learning by connecting multiple stakeholders to utilise AI, machine learning and statistics.As long as data is resting with one entity, innovation is stagnated. When companies can work collectively and share data without revealing their competitive advantage, all can benefit and the speed of innovation can accelerate.We discuss with Humayun, how the Web 3 space is evolving and the momentum behind different blockchains. How is Fetch.ai using blockchain and smart contracts to enable collective learning? How can building AI models collectively can work in practice?__In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExploredInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/txtomorrowexplored/
Both Swash and Streamr are companies on a mission to create a better, more dignified internet where people are in control of their data and rewarded for their contributions as data providers. On this episode, we have Reza Naeeni, Co-Founder and CEO of Swash and Shiv Malik, Head of Growth at the Streamr project.Streamr recently launched their Data Union framework, and Swash is the first real-world example of a Data Union built on the Streamr technology stack. Swash browser plugin allows users to monetise their browsing data, giving users the tools to capture their data, choose what they want to share and what to hide, and then send it in real-time to Streamr’s data Marketplace where buyers can purchase the data.The open-source Data Union framework makes this kind of proposition viable by bringing together the data from a large number of data providers and making it available to buyers, and then enabling data providers to withdraw payments for their data from the single Ethereum smart contract. Swash is already used by thousands of users around the world.With Reza and Shiv, we talk about the issues around data selling today and how Data Unions can alleviate these problems, open up new ethical business opportunities and fairer value chains around data. In this new world, all partners benefit from data exchange.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored
This time on the TX Podcast we have a superb guest, Llewelyn Morgan, Head of Innovation at Oxfordshire County Council. Llewelyn is part of a team developing POCs and experiments as well as policies around innovative technologies such as drones and connected autonomous vehicles.Together with Oxford university, they are working to bridge learning and innovation that happens in different sectors and facilitate crossovers that could lead to new business and solutions to major problems in transport, health, energy, and the social sector.Using Oxfordshire as a living laboratory, their work is envisioning what the future might look like and designing how to have the necessary frameworks in place to ensure those futures play out in positive ways. One of their exciting projects is to utilise drones to deliver medicines supplies into rural areas during Covid-19. We discuss these exciting projects and their outcomes, and how counties can benefit from Web 3 technologies and real-time data to create better infrastructure and services for citizens. —In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored
Bosch, the household name, envisions a future in connectivity and IoT, to connect their diverse products and make value of the data they are generating and exchanging. Our guest on this episode, Peter Busch, works as the Product Owner for Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) in the Mobility department of Bosch.Peter’s department is working at the very forefront of technological innovation in this industry. He’s in a unique position to see where the automotive industry is heading in terms of data sharing and offer fascinating insights on the challenges and opportunities around vehicle generated data.How can vehicle data be made accessible to the end user to create value and improve safety on the roads? How does Peter see the demand for data marketplaces in the automotive industry? How can decentralised technologies and tokenisation to support the growing demands in this field?---In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored#technology #automotive #blockchain #data #dataeconomy #datamarketplace #datamonetization #decentralization #innovation #mobility #vehicledata #maas #web3
Joining us this time is Chris Dawe, CEO and Co-Founder of Effect.ai, the company helping organisations succeed with structuring data and the deployment of AI automation. Effect.ai brings intelligence to data to help businesses make use of and experiment with the data they have.Data is usable when it’s structured. That’s why Natural Language Processing (NLP) is the holy grail of artificial intelligence. Today, humans still play a vital role in AI, validating systems and structuring data sets. Effect.ai’s approach is to incorporate humans and algorithms working together, and their message to organisations is that incorporating AI is simple, it’s not expensive, and it’s something organisations should make a move on now.Blockchain is a powerful tool that is enabling Effect.ai to tap into a global workforce to translate and structure organisations’ data. As an individual, it doesn’t matter where you are, you can join the platform and value can be transmitted to you through blockchain. That’s why thousands are already earning crypto on the blockchain structuring and translating data. It’s another example of blockchain enabling fairer value distribution across the globe.Chris is sitting in the front seat of AI. We ask him, where’s artificial intelligence heading? What kind of products are appearing in the marketplace? How are companies like Amazon and Tesla actually AI companies?— In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored
In this episode we dive into data monetisation and the commercial opportunities created by data in the telco industry.Our guest Charlotte Patrick is an independent analyst who specialises in AI, automation and analytics for the telco industry and has made a career previously with Gartner. According to Patrick, an average telco could gain 300M USD of yearly revenue from data - and this is only considering the use cases known to us now.We hear Patrick’s fascinating insights on where the telco industry is heading with regards to data, where we will start seeing value created from the data generated by our phones, and what kind of innovative business models technology enables in this sphere.We also touch upon the concept of Data Unions: how putting individuals - the phone users - in control of their data and allowing individuals to gain a revenue share in data sales can open up competitive advantages for telco providers.—In the TX Podcast series, we dive into web 3 technologies and their role in the emergence of data economies with guests from some of the most forward-thinking companies from around the world. We talk about innovative ways of engineering value from data and the next generation of internet technologies including blockchain, decentralisation, AI and machine learning.Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExploredFacebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored
For this episode of the TX podcast, we invited Stefan Schneider and Konrad Hilarius of Continental to talk about how Web 3 technologies are shaping the future of the automotive industry. Continental, one of the largest automotive suppliers in the world, develops pioneering technologies and services for sustainable and connected mobility. Their intelligent database services aggregate, enhance and deliver data, for example, to provide drivers with predictive information on the road ahead to increase the safety, comfort and efficiency of driving.It’s estimated that by 2025, 90% of produced vehicles will have embedded connectivity solutions. With the increasing number of connected vehicles, sensors, and amount of vehicle data that is collected, data sharing is a growing trend in the automotive industry that offers huge potential for building new services and for automotive companies to create new revenue streams from data. In their roles at Continental, Schneider and Hilarius are looking into uprising technologies such as data monetisation based on blockchain technology and intelligent transportation systems. Where do they see the automotive industry heading in terms of data and data economies? What are the types of data coming out of vehicles and how to commercialise it? What will the future of driving look like?Listen to find out more. Follow TX - Tomorrow ExploredLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tx-company/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TxExplored Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TxExplored
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