Showing posts from January, 2023

Digital Twins and Instantaneous Decision-making

The reality of information is entirely contained in the speed of its dissemination. ~ Paul Virilio Even the best data has a shelf life.  Its value diminishes quickly with the passing of time.  In a world of moving customers, employees, vehicles, subcontractors, materials, suppliers, etc., knowing what is happening at a precise time is critical for decision-making, scheduling and planning.  If some information is 90 minutes old, other information is 45 minutes old, and still other information is available in real-time - you are going to have a real challenge integrating that information and forming an accurate and clear picture of reality at a particular moment! Optimal efficiency and accuracy in the scenario above can only be achieved when the speed of information collection and dissemination is coordinated and in near real-time.  This means having networks and sensors in place to capture data, and integrating it to present an accurate digital twin of reality - in real-time. For many i

Doing Digital, An Interview with Author Ved Sen

In this episode, we discuss the new book, “Doing Digital, The Guide to Digital for Non-Technical Leaders” with author and expert Ved Sen.  I have known Ved for many years and he is a powerful and compelling communicator and insightful advisor to leaders globally.  We take a deep dive into why smartphones are the remote control for the world, we learn why it is important for leaders to understand, “presence,” and why it is critical to consider rapidly evolving interfaces and the notion of living in a network. ************************************************************************ Kevin Benedict Futurist at TCS View my profile on LinkedIn Follow me on Twitter @krbenedict Join the Linkedin Group Digital Intelligence ***Full Disclosure: These are my personal opinions. No company is silly enough to claim them. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.