The Coronavirus pandemic shutdown is an unprecedented crisis in recent times. Around the globe economic life suddenly came to a halt, with the majority of the populations sheltering in place, while millions got infected and hundreds of thousands died. While the pandemic is still going on, we already can see first signals of what the new normal after the crisis might look like, what behaviors will have changed, and what technologies and industries will see increased interest in the coming months and years. We will discuss potential scenarios for different technologies and industries:
- Robots & Autonomous Systems
- Infrastructure & Construction
- Home Office
- Office & Retail Space
- Sensors & Augmented Reality
- Retail & Contactless Payments & Controls
Thursday, July 23, 2020
Virtual Meeting (Zoom)
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