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Cebit 2014 Datability

A special series covering the 2014 Cebit trade fair, dedicated to the theme of datability.
Energy & Environment

Who are you ? My name is Eran Aloni and I am the CEO of Leanciti. We are originally from Tel Aviv, Israel and for the past one year we have been working on developing a platform for cities to run their energy systems more efficiently.  For Lean Citi, I joined

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We met Cormac Walsh, the CEO and Founder of Avansera at CODE_n contest in CeBIT, Hannover. Cormac gave us a fascinating insight into how Avansera is disrupting consumer analytics for FMCG companies and retailers.  Who are you? My name is Cormac Walsh. I am the CEO and founder of Avansera.

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LeanCiti nominated After having been nominated for the CODE_n award at this year’s CeBIT, LeanCiti is now nominated for two further awards. LeanCiti is a nominee for the Best of Both Berlin startup award in May and a nominee for the Ecosummit Berlin “Best Smart Green Startup” award. Their nomination for the

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We met up with Olav Strand, Regional Director of splunk at the Volkswagen stand in CeBIT. Olav gave us a brief insight into splunk and its EMEA operations. He also explained the interesting collaboration that splunk  had with Volkswagen Data Lab at CeBIT in Hannover. splunk  is an American multinational corporation headquartered

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As was revealed at this year’s CEBIT conference, BMW uses IBM technology in order to  get that extra edge over competitors regarding optimising products, repairs and maintenance. Through deploying IBM’s software suite, BMW aims to predict  and correct flaws in the design of soon-to-be launched cars before they are finalised

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In his speech regarding the opening of the CEBIT 2014 yesterday, David Cameron announced that the UK government is going to make 45 million pounds available to companies researching in the space of the internet of things. In addition, 1 million pounds will be made available to startups vying to

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