Digital wayfinding to enhance our sense of place
Written by By Dr. Jo Morrison, Director of Digital Innovation and Research, Calvium
The first thing that springs to mind when we talk about wayfinding is maps. If we need to find our way somewhere, we just follow the blue dot and Google Maps will guide us to where we want to go.
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Unlocking the future of smart transport with 5G
Written by Chris Holmes, Transport Programme Director, West Midlands 5G
Smart connected transport includes driverless cars and vehicles — where 5G connectivity supports long range sensing, through to in vehicle signage — as well as sensing and connectivity.
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Suspended outside of the Web
Written by Lauren Walker, Mental Health and Addiction Research Group, University of York
We can’t ignore the fact that the digital divide is a big issue in severe mental illness with the potential to lead to further disadvantage in an already disadvantaged population.
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Why organisations must transform their workforce strategies to attract and retain in-demand tech talent
Written by Martin Ewings, Brand Leader & Operations Director, Experis UK
Digitisation is rapidly changing the old work order. We are seeing how every business must now adopt digitisation and equip themselves with digital skills to sustain competitive advantage and fuel organisational growth.
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