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“Collaboration is key” – great organisational interplay ensures successful facilitation of the Davos Digital Forum 2021 Health Edition

Conference, Event

During his talk at this year’s Davos Digital Forum Health Edition, Dr. Andrea Michael Meyer, Country Lead of Sanofi Switzerland, concisely highlighted one of the most important aspects in the field of medicine: “Collaboration is key.” And as the Davos Digital Forum (DDF), Veertly, and gluoNNet have proven, when it comes to online events, this applies as well. The three organisations joined forces in order to facilitate the Davos Digital Forum’s Health Edition online on 28 January. The DDF team around Dr. Petra Arends-Paltzer and Marcin Zielinski had created once more a versatile programme of keynotes and workshops presented by top-notch speakers, giving insights into the digitalisation of medicine and health care with its cutting-edge technologies as well as its chances and challenges. The talks addressed a wide range of topics, such as digital therapeutics, data ethics, artificial intelligence, med-tech start-ups, and much more. While CureVac CEO Dr. Ingmar Hoerr talked about his company’s pioneer work in Covid-19 vaccination research, Dr. Sara Saeed Khurram gave an inspiring personal account of her work as an entrepreneur in women’s-healthcare applications in Pakistan. After the talks, the presenters answered questions from the audience.

Veertly and gluoNNet were responsible for the event’s technical facilitation. Veertly provided the participants with their virtual event platform, enabling easy access to both live-streams and lively discussions in the platform’s chat rooms. As for DDF’s previous event in September, gluoNNet prepared and directed the live-streams, delivering the audience a slick, TV-grade experience. Up to 200 people were following the two live-streams at the same time. “G’day from Melbourne”, “Good morning from Sao Paolo, Brazil”, “Hello from Frankfurt/ Germany” – people working in digital health connected from all over the globe to see the talks and exchange ideas.

 

The screenshot shows a gluoNNet-directed workshop on the Veertly event platform – Davos Digital Forum 2021 Health Edition

 

Given the event’s success, the three organisations are looking into further possibilities to cooperate. “The DDF Health Edition has shown that the interplay between DDF, Veertly, and gluoNNet works fantastically and bears a lot of potential,” says Daniel Dobos, CEO of gluoNNet. “The resonance from the audience was very positive. We already have some ideas regarding future projects and are excited about further collaborations with Veertly and the Davos Digital Forum.”

To re-watch the talks of this year’s Davos Digital Forum Health Edition, check the following link.


DATE: Feb 19, 2021
AUTHOR: Hans Baechle

PRESS RELEASE: The Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (CAAKZ), BusinessOptix, and gluoNNet launch seminal aviation-tracking application called ‘Sunflower’

Aviation, Big Data, Press release, Visualisation

In collaboration with the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (CAAKZ) and BusinessOptix, gluoNNet is developing a first-of-its-kind digital regulation system for the aviation industry. The aim of this innovative system called ‘Sunflower’ is to allow better management of aviation-related issues that require regulatory oversight, such as quickly verifying information, speeding up approval procedures, and stopping actions that are illegal or deceptive. An international and multidisciplinary team of experts conceptualised the system, taking best practices, risk management, and operational data into account. Using cutting-edge data-analysis methods, ‘Sunflower’ delivers the CAAKZ information about an aircraft’s position, flight task, and charterer. Altogether, the ‘Sunflower’ regulation system will help the Kazakh aviation authorities in monitoring aircraft and national airspace, investigating incidents, and preventing illegal activities, eventually making aviation safer and more transparent. 

At gluoNNet, data scientists and software engineers develop the aviation-tracking application up from scratch, including user interface, algorithms, satellite data decoding, and data visualisation. The integrated data-analysis technology, which is based on the latest insights from large-scale particle-physics research, constitutes the backbone of the new regulation system; it allows the processing, contextual analysis, and visualisation of vast amounts of aviation data. As proof of concept, the software processed 4 billion sets of civil aircraft location-data per month that were recorded via satellites in April 2019. Working closely with CAAKZ analysts, gluoNNet tailored the software to their needs in terms of interactivity, customizability, and standalone usage.

In addition, BusinessOptix is creating a digital twin of the in Kazakhstan registered aircraft on their risk and performance management-platform, which will be implemented into the ‘Sunflower’ application in the following months.

 

 

gluoNNet is looking forward to continuing the fruitful collaboration and its efforts to develop and enhance the project even further.

 

Please find the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan’s press release here.

For a PDF version of this text, click here.

 


DATE: Feb 8, 2021
AUTHOR: Hans Baechle

gluoNNet facilitates online webcast for Davos Digital Forum 2020

Conference, Event

On 24 September, the Davos Digital Forum 2020 (DDF) took place online. For the third time, over 30 international experts gave during their workshops insights into the newest developments in digitalisation in fields like smart cities, e-governance, cyber security, (tele) communication, online applications, and more. On top of that, the event included five high-calibre keynotes; among others from André Hoffmann, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Roche Holding Ltd. and Martin Steiger, founder of Steiger Legal.

Usually, the event is held at the Davos Congress centre in Davos, Switzerland. Due to the ongoing global pandemic, the hosts decided to hold the DDF’s third edition fully online, counting over 1000 registrations. The experts gave their talks in moderated Cisco Webex video-conferencing events. There, the audience was able to follow the talks and ask questions to the speaker afterward. Additionally, the Webex events were streamed live to Youtube in three parallel streams, each facilitated by gluoNNet. One of the three streams was also broadcast to the DDF Twitter account. Next to setting them up, gluoNNet also conducted the direction of the three streams, giving them a TV-programme-like appearance. “gluoNNet accepted our high demands as a challenge, they are reliable and flexible and came up with innovative solutions.”, says Petra Arends-Paltzer, host and founder of the Davos Digital Forum, “we have greatly appreciated working with gluoNNet, their performance is outstanding and we are already looking forward to further joint projects.” 

 

You can find the recordings of the three DDF20 streams here:

Davos Digital Forum 2020 – Stream 1: Smart Village (German)

Davos Digital Forum 2020 – Stream 2: Partizipation & Kommunikation (German)

Davos Digital Forum 2020 – Stream 3: Cities of the Future (English)


DATE: Oct 30, 2020
AUTHOR: Hans Baechle