HUMAN-TIME-MACHINE 2035

HTM35 – Networks of Knowledge Engines

Requirements

Challenges of digital transformation

  • Automated knowledge services
  • Core know-how as digital commodity
  • Establishing service networks
  • Dissolution of corporate and industrie boundaries
  • The Winner-Takes-It-All princple
  • Interactions between people, society and companies
Benefit & Solutions

Benefits for participating companies

  • Building up knowledge on future disruptive technologies
  • Out-of-the-box thinking with thought leaders from leading companies
  • Joint journey to disruptive and niche scenarios
  • Building on a broad knowledge base (from science to practice)
  • Consideration of industry-specific requirements and challenges
  • Strengthening the foresight mindset within your own company
  • First mover advantage for technology leaders
  • Scientific partners in strategic management (JKU – Linz university)

“The format is really excellent.”

HTM33 - Participant

“I was incredibly impressed by the comprehensive treatment of the topic and at the end of the day I was surprised at how broadly and deeply the topic was treated.

HTM33 - Participant

“One is taken by the hand as a participant and led through the information jungle.”

HTM33 - Participant

Dipl.-Ing., Dr. Thomas Buchegger, MBA

Business Area Manager Emerging Technologies | Strategic Research



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