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How do I manage and share my data, how can I analyze it? These are not new questions. But how can I accomplish these tasks under the assumption that I retain full sovereignty over this data on the one hand, but on the other hand build data spaces on a federated architecture approach? These are current challenges in the data space environment.
Deutsche Telekom organized the #AIHack4Mobility on March 18th and 19th. After the success with #AIHack4Diversity in 2019 (link) and #AIHack4Ladies 2018, this year everything revolved around the topic of “Future Mobility” under the motto “Artificial Intelligence for Diversity Teams”.
T-Systems is a global IT services and consulting company spurring innovation in the fields of IT and communication with services ranging from basic IT- and operating system maintenance all the way to cloud solutions. T-Systems offer fully personalized offerings for a diverse range of businesses helping companies worldwide to take part in the digitalization and creating new business models in a fast-changing world.
The Telekom Data Intelligence Hub created a model that gives companies the opportunity to track promotional activities across the entire life cycle, optimally use sales potential by understanding the time spent on the sales floor and give detailed insights for the evaluation of the success of promotional campaigns and get valuable insights that allow to easily differentiate promotional activities based on different regions to better target separate audiences. To implement this model several tools were used such as Databricks, Databricks’ MLflow and JupyterHub.
GAIA-X aims at building a unified European Data-Infrastructure which acts as a cross border Ecosystem. GAIA-X.NRW aims at enabling small and middle-sized companies to participate in the data boom and to reap benefits by being able to use data provided by large companies. Specific use cases are being realized some of which include mobility, logistics, industry 4.0, production and the energy sector.
Manufacturers need punctual delivery of their goods and a successful placement of their promotional products on the sales floor. In order to offer companies a more efficient, effective and cost-effective way of carrying out promotions CHEP has created a new service in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom as its technology partner. The service is based around a long life low-cost-tracker of which the basis has been developed by Deutsche Telekom
The European Funding Project FENIX connects different pilot regions and transport corridors, to do so the project relies on the know-how of T-Systems. An important building block to enable this connection is the Telekom Data Intelligence Hub, it allows a secure, encrypted cross border data exchange. As a neutral participant it connects the diverse logistical IT-Systems on one unified platform.