Frost & Sullivan through its Tech Vision analysis identifies 50 disruptive technologies to help companies make sense of these technologies for their business. This column looks at how predictive analytics, ‘Everything-as-a-Service,’ M2M communication, UAVs and sensor fusion can be applied to combat crime.
Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon kicks off a new series that will explore the top 50 disruptive technologies identified by the firm in its Tech Vision analysis, beginning with a look at how sensor fusion, unmanned aerial vehicles, predictive data and context aware computing can be applied prior to or in the aftermath of floods to prevent or mitigate damage and devastation.
Frost & Sullivan has now been focusing on helping its clients through its Tech Vision analysis that identifies 50 disruptive technologies, and the opportunities that occur when they intersect.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd and Axiata Group Bhd were among the companies recognised at the 11th consecutive Frost & Sullivan awards programme which recognises companies and individuals that have demonstrated best practices in their industry.
Telcos are increasingly looking towards operations and business support systems (OSS BSS) to handle an ever-changing landscape, according to a Frost & Sullivan summit on the issue.
Consulting and market research company Frost & Sullivan has opened its Global Innovation Center (GIC) of Excellence in the Iskandar Malaysia economic development hub in the southern Malaysian state of Johor.
The advent of the popular iTunes store in Asian markets last week is expected to cement greater loyalty for Apple products amongst its diehard fans but its launch may not necessarily endear others who are not Apple users to the store, according to an industry analyst.
Business research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recently announced it had chosen Malaysia as the hub for its Global Innovation Center of Excellence with five such centres to be located in Medini, Iskandar employing 830 knowledge workers.