Supporting Business Strategy With Technology
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The sheer audacity of our technological prowess is reflected in this year’s list of Top Ten Emerging Technologies from the World Economic Forum (WEF) – now in its fourth year. The list spans advances in genetic engineering and the use of rapid DNA sequencing and digitization for personalized health care, to artificial intelligence, neuromorphic computer chips that mimic the human brain, and advanced robotics.
You’re one company. You should all have one view of your application development. CA Mainframe solutions gives you just that, connecting and aligning teams, products, and development methodologies across the software development lifecycle. You’ll have the end-to-end traceability of artifacts and activities you need to help your teams meet audit and regulatory requirements.
Thus, I encourage anyone considering use of innovative technology to carefully consider its applicability in context. You can use the Technology Applicability Framework (TAF), or something similar. The TAF is a tool to assess the applicability of a water, sanitation, or hygiene technology in a particular context and the potential for it to be used widely. Using the TAF, organizations can assemble users, technology producers, and regulators to jointly consider economic, technological, social, environmental, organizational, institutional, and legal issues. Conversations about reliability and safety, reparability and maintenance, environmental issues, affordability and replicability lead to a TAF profile that helps inform whether a particular technology is best for the community. The figure to the left is an example.
Unveiled the industry’s first long-life, heatresistant, graphene-assisted Li-ion battery. The special additive in the electrolytes and doped electrode material allow Li-ion batteries to remain functional even when exposed to temperatures 10°C higher than the industry’s current upper limit. This has brought about revolutionary changes for energy storage in telecom base stations in warm climates.