THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION WILL CHANGE THE WORLD
Digital transformation was just a warmup
The 4th Industrial Revolution is the 21st century convergence of digital, physical and bio technologies driving an unrelenting acceleration of human progress. According to the report, Global Poll: Impact of the 4th Industrial Revolution, rapid changes are coming to IT, business and the world. Learn the six keys to success that can help your organisation adapt and innovate faster.
of global senior IT leaders say the next 5 years will see a century's worth of tech advancements1
of ITDMs believe the ability to quickly acquire, analyse and act on data determines future leaders1
Lumen is the fastest, most secure platform for next-gen apps from the cloud to the edge, enabling companies to capitalise on the confluence of emerging technologies fuelling the 4th Industrial Revolution.
“The Lumen Platform is designed specifically for the latency-sensitive, data-intensive needs of next-gen applications and emerging technologies that will revolutionise all industries."
Shaun Andrews, Chief Marketing Officer
Emerging apps are creating new business opportunities
See how advances in computing power, AI, machine learning and IoT combined with new app-driven architectures are powering amazing experiences in government, manufacturing, healthcare, retail, smart cities, education and logistics.
Protecting lives with earthquake and tsunami-detecting sensors and smart drones that help fight fires. (1:41)
Minimising costs and maximising productivity with smart factories that run and monitor themselves. (1:35)
Enabling care virtually anywhere via virtual doctor visits and remote robotic surgery. (1:52)
Driving loyalty and efficiency through dynamic personalisation and inventory automation. (1:34)
Optimising traffic congestion and safety with real-time car, traffic light and other IoT networks. (1:46)
Enhancing student experiences with eye-tracking sensors, AI-driven lesson plans and virtual field trips. (1:40)
Moving products seamlessly through the supply chain with the help of intelligent shipping containers, smart ports and autonomous delivery vehicles. (1:46)
MIT Technology Review
Computing at the cutting edge
Explore how placing computation and analysis close to where data is generated enhances speed and performance for next-gen applications.