Nerdery's Chief Technology Officer Joe Tobolski weighs in on what 5G will mean for healthcare, manufacturing, retail and education: “5G will allow companies the option to actually visualize product data and useful business scenarios, even building virtual warehouses, classrooms, or stores.”
Industry leaders, including Nerdery's Vice President of Delivery Arpit Jain, share their big takeaways from CES 2020. "We’re starting to see advancements in the healthcare space that improve the proactive capabilities of wearable devices, rather than focus on informative features."
Justin Richie, Nerdery's Data Science Director, weighs in on the benefits of unattended Robotic Process Automation bots: "They not only free human workers from having to perform mundane manual tasks, thereby saving time and money, but they also work faster and without error."
Nerdery's Director of Strategy Taqee Khaled shares his outlook for drone usage in 2020: “This is the year of major leaps in social acceptance of drone delivery, for at least prescription drugs and minor purchases from certain retail pharmacies and stores.”
“CIOs should absolutely plan for the possibility of a recession as part of their 2020 strategy,” Nerdery's CTO Joe Tobolski says. “It’s always smart to pay attention to macroeconomic conditions and have contingency plans in place in case something unexpected occurs.”
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"On the business side, we’ll see more AR experiments in extension of expert service, like AR surgical assists. These technical uses will expand to mechanical, oil/gas, and factory jobs this upcoming year,” says Taqee Khaled, Nerdery's director of strategy.