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James: The theme at Forum this year is Human Centric Innovation: Digital Co-creation. In order to thrive in a new digital society, it is crucial to co-create innovative value with your customers and partners across industries.
We believe a human-centric approach is the only way to deliver on the promise of digital. As we enter the hyperconnected era and AI and automation become more mainstream, human characteristics like creativity and empathy become ever more important…
James: Digital technologies are moving into the heart of everything we do, changing the way people work, live and how they innovate.
The Internet has brought us…Information at our finger tips The mobile internet has made possible…made that information available anytime and anywhere
Today, The Internet of Things has opened the door to a wealth of data about the world around us. By creating real-time dialog between things, people and information, we are able to get business value from it. We are entering a hyperconnected era in which we will apply artificial intelligence in real, everyday business situations. The world will not be the same again.
Here to discuss…<next slide>
James: (first, intro of panel participants)
….As I had mentioned earlier, Today, The Internet of Things has opened the door to a wealth of data about the world around us. IoT is a core enabler for the future hyperconnected business and a key driver of digital transformation and business innovation. Hyperconnectivity will see the connection of people, information and things in ways that fundamentally change business and society.
James: We already offer end-to-end solutions that benefit businesses and society by addressing the need for greater safety at work and in the field (name examples of UWARE solutions).
So how else can digital innovation promote wellbeing? Let us begin with our guests today from the Netherlands, who together with Fujitsu, are harnessing the transformative power of IoT technologies to fast-track patient recovery.
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Noel to comment: pls. highlight initial challenges/reason why this project/IoT solution and intended outcomes focus on human-centric solution, co-creation
Background Sint Maartenskliniek (facts & figures) Fujitsu working with Sint Maartenskliniek’s Gait Expertise Center to track rehabilitation by monitoring patient movement IoT wearables remotely track patients’ movement patterns and vital signs, even outside of the hospital, with data analyzed in the cloud and shared with doctors Solution co-created by Fujitsu and Sint Maartenskliniek enables 24/7 patient monitoring, leading to more effective treatment and driving value-based medical care
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Daniel to comment: pls. highlight initial challenges/reason why , solution and intended outcomes focus on human-centric solution, co-creation
Background Slingeland Hospital (facts & figures) Fujitsu implemented an IoT solution for Slingeland Hospital comprising sensors that monitor patients’ vital signs 24/7 Nursing staff can continuously monitor patients’ status via mobile devices – eliminating the need for manual checks and freeing up time for patient care Patient outcomes have improved, treatment times are reduced and staff planning is more effective
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James: AI-based algorithms and autonomous robots are developing rapidly. Deep learning technology enables computers to learn from huge amounts of data, and to recognize images and naturally spoken voices on its own.
These technologies are expected to increase work productivity significantly. But there is a debate over the potential threats to job security. We should take a realistic look at what kind of tasks AI is capable of doing.
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Adel: We believe the is key is to put people at the center of everything we do. The analytical power of AI and the creativity of people are complementary. Fujitsu is developing AI technology solely for the purpose of empowering people and promoting positive and far-reaching benefits across society.
(name other examples, e.g. from healthcare, solutions for finance, transportation, utilities and manufacturing)
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James: To make digital transformation a reality, an organization has to encourage different types of employee skills and approaches. It may even require cultural change. People’s creativity is key for digital innovation.
One way to make this a reality is through Robotic Process Automation:
RPA: Software which emulates the work of a human agent, using existing User interfaces Automation of repetitive and mundane rule-based tasks.
Hand-over to Jan <next slide>
Jan – highlight benefits to comapnies and their customers, benefits to society and employees – RPA is a human-centric solution frees them to be creative/ skills required at the workplace will emphasize creativity
hand-over to James <next slide>
James: We spoke earlier about the advances in the development of AI-based technologies for manufacturing. One solution I would like to talk about today is one that goes a step further in terms of automation: an Automated Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution for post-manufacturing inspection and quality control, using cutting-edge image processing and deep learning technology….<next slide>
James: So, this is just one example of how Fujitsu is co-creating with its customers to take solutions to the next level. It listened to the problem, before jointly working on a solution that leverages AI deep learning, image and signal processing techniques during the inspection process. hand-over to Bjarne
Bjarne: Siemens produces over 5,000 wind turbine blades every year for use in on/offshore wind farms. Each blade can be up to 75 meters in length and takes a highly-skilled professional engineer between six and eight hours to check during the quality assurance process. This is because fiberglass can wrinkle during the production process along with other abnormalities having the potential to be catastrophic if this makes the blade crash during operation. Fujitsu and the customer have trained the AI, built from scratch based on machine learning, to detect abnormalities in images. Flexible interfaces enable technicians to easily access all the statistics and KPIs required. Turbine blade failure is not an option, so Siemens Gamesa needed a solution that would accelerate the time-consuming quality assurance process without compromising on accuracy or safety in any way. By adopting Fujitsu’s ground-breaking Artificial Intelligence technology it takes only a quarter of the time previously required to perform an inspection. We have co-created a solution that not only dramatically cuts the time required for a thorough inspection of turbine blades, but also enables Siemens to focus on sections of blades with potential deviations This ensures the highest possible quality, while also removing the monotony of checking every centimeter of a fiberglass blade
Hand-over to James <next slide>
James – this is the closing comment (paraphrase)
The Hyperconnected Era
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The Hyperconnected Era
The Mobile Internet
The Internet of Things
Convergence of physical & digital
AI and Robotics
Knowledge & automation
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The Hyperconnected Era
Bjarne RasmussenDr Adel Rouz
Executive Vice President,
Fujitsu Laboratories of
Senior Researcher, Gait
Moderator: James Maynard
Head of Business Application
Services (BAS) in Denmark ,
Program Manager for
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The Internet of Things:
Convergence of physical & digital.
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Fujitsu’s human-centric sensors are being deployed to help speed up
the rehabilitation process for patients at a highly specialized Dutch
clinic. A six-month pilot program at Sint Maartenskliniek in Nijmegen is
leveraging advanced Fujitsu IoT wearables technology to help track the
rehabilitation progress of 50 patients as they regain mobility.
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Fujitsu recently implemented an advanced IoT solution for Slingeland
Hospital in the Netherlands that uses sensors to enable nursing staff to
continuously monitor patients’ vital signs, providing necessary
information to support informed medical decisions and improve quality
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Leading-edge research challenging the limitations of ICT:
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Co-creation with customers to deliver innovation
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Taking advantage of the possibilities offered by Artificial
Intelligence is essential for public health to stop
managing the disease and move towards generating
Germán Seara Aguilar, MD, PhD Innovation Unit The Institute of Sanitary
Research of the San Carlos Clinical Hospital Madrid
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The Digital Promise and Human Creativity
RPA takes the robot out of the human.
Professor Leslie Willcocks
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True 24x7 potential.
require paid time off
fully utilized to operate
Automation removes the
mundane & unsatisfying
tasks we currently ask
our human teams to
perform each day.
that can create
unintended errors or
With reduced errors,
improved efficiency and
information, the ability
to serve the customer
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From RPA to intelligent automation with AI.
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AI Solution for Siemens Gamesa Renewable
Automated solution for post-
manufacturing inspection and
quality assurance for Siemens
Gamesa Renewable Energy
Cuts inspection times from
six hours to just one and a
half hours, resulting in
significant cost savings
Ultrasonic quality inspection
generates massive amounts
of blade scanning dataData
Blade quality control times
cut by 80%, enabling skilled
operators to focus on the
important part of the dataBenefit
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Digital technologies are moving into the heart of
everything we do, changing the way people work, live
and how they innovate. The Internet of Things has
opened the door to a wealth of data about the world
around us. By creating real-time dialog between things,
people and information, we are entering a
hyperconnected era in which we will apply artificial
intelligence in real, everyday business situations. The
world will not be the same again.
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