Digital technologies are disrupting established paradigms and creating a significant impact on modern capital markets. Those who embrace change can make progress, riding the wave of disruption, while those who fail to do so risk falling behind.
The global Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the cutting edges of digital technology and it is disrupting industries in the modern era. The IoT includes a variety of digitally connected assets such as smart electricity grids, smart meters and industrial sensors, smart cars, and connected home appliances. Experts have hailed the ongoing evolution of the Internet of Things as a phenomenon that may forever change critical aspects of human civilization.
Blockchain is one of the more exciting disruptive technologies changing many industries worldwide. In an earlier blog, we covered 9 Uses for Blockchain in the Real World, but there are a host of other useful applications of the disruptive technology.
The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and associated technologies is generating significant levels of debate worldwide. These technologies are part of the larger trend of developing and deploying intelligent digital systems in industrial, commercial, scientific, engineering, and manufacturing verticals.
When you look at the words “machine learning” and “artificial intelligence” devoid of context, they could seem like alien concepts – something for only Elon Musk and NASA to worry about, not for us regular mortals.
Capital markets represent a key participant in the modern global financial system. They trade in long-term debt and equity-backed securities as part of their operations. Traders, banks and bankers, investors, financial institutions, central banks, and financial market regulators represent key participants in such markets.
In our tech-heavy modern world, we are surrounded by embedded systems. Home appliances, cars, mobile phones, medical equipment, industrial equipment and many more, all make use of embedded systems. Despite their proliferation and varying requirements for different use cases, certain good practices will help you design the perfect embedded system every time.