Episode 38: Enhancing Human Performance…Using Motorsport Technology

Duration 27:18

McLaren Applied Technologies works at applying the principles of Formula 1 technology to deliver quantifiable deliver quantifiable performance advantage to four key sectors including Motorsport, Automotive, Public Transport and Health. The latter aims to enhance human performance in high intensity professions, elite athletes and racing drivers. Duncan Bradley, Health & Human Performance Business Unit Director, outlines how the digital transformation of motorsport has allowed them to develop transformative solutions.

How One of NYC’s Oldest Real Estate Firms Went High-Tech

July 8, 2019

A large real estate firm in New York City created a private operating system to better crunch and report its data, and machine learning and mobile technology to maximize cost savings and keep tenants comfortable during all seasons.

How Continuous Learning Will Be Critical For The Economy Of The Future

June 24, 2019

At Dell Technologies World 2019, Kevin L. Jackson, CEO and founder of GovCloud Networks, and Aongus Hegarty, President of Dell Technologies for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), sat down to discuss the changing economy and its impact on businesses in this region.

Fender Benders: Can Blockchain Save the Claims Process?

June 24, 2019

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you know that feeling of frustration. Automobile insurers are looking to blockchain technology to make the claims process less stressful and more efficient for all.

Welcome to the Data Era

June 17, 2019

How one technology leader describes the importance of data to predict the future, understand the past and succeed in a smart world. John Roese, President and CTO, Dell EMC, welcomes us to the data era.

Rotten Strawberries? Let AI Inspect

May 22, 2019

Miku Jha, Founder and CEO of AgShift, started thinking about “closing the gap between food and technology” in 2016 when California was facing a drought. Her solution to the food waste problem, particularly in the supply chain, is a digitized inspector called Hydra F100 BQ. This analyzer uses artificial intelligence to assess fruits’ quality, which provides an “unbiased pair of eyes,” speeds the inspection process and reduces food wastage.