For all the time and money invested in innovation within large organizations, why are there so few success stories? A lot of companies realize they need to change, and throw technology at the wall to see what sticks. The problem is that people aren’t changing nearly as fast as technology, so we need intuitive tools that can change human behavior.
Join this session to learn how the team from Lowe’s Innovation Labs introduced a behavioral transformation approach rooted in narrative and neuroscience that led the Fortune 50 retailer to build augmented and virtual reality stores, in-store autonomous robots, the first store in space, and exoskeletons for store employees.
Virtual Reality technology has the power to drive smarter decision making, save time and reduce the costs of product development. Various industries have deployed the technology, but what are the applications for an apparel based company?
In this session, Target will explore VR – what’s being done now and its potential for the future.
PLM is changing and technologies such as AI, Augmented Reality and Machine Learning, combined with huge amounts of data, now have the potential to enhance its value proposition and push the agenda forward. Although, when looking at the entire industry, the majority of organisations are not developing those capabilities just yet, a select few have begun to explore opportunities.
Vestas are joining us in Hamburg to present a case study showcasing how they are using digitisation, augmented reality, IoT and machine learning to enhance their PLM capabilities.