Designing innovation from idea to market
Holistic risk assessment for infrastructure investments
Complex risk modelling with regard to natural perils
Comparing risk assessments on a global scale
Comprehensive business insight on one platform
Implementing the requirements of GDPR
Portfolio management with dynamic data exchange
A new kind of cyber insurance – beyond traditional reinsurance
Integrating tech, risk management & financing
Accelerating life insurer’s underwriting and claims handling
Rules-based investment strategies
Holistic solutions saving lives, protecting economies
Algorithm-based, automated claims processing for natural catastrophes
Comprehensive and rapid response to natural catastrophes
Digital ecosystems enable a company to interact with customers, partners, other industries and competitors.
Product Design & Pricing
Sales & Distribution
Customer Engagement & Services
A digital identity is the total sum of openly accessible information about an individual or organisation that exists online.
Advanced technology enables the monitoring of health indicators, provides detailed analyses and can make initial diagnoses.
An open API is a proprietary software or application programming interface that is publicly available to developers.
A digital twin is a virtual counterpart of a real object that enables IT systems to interact with it rather than the real object directly.
RPA “robotize” existing applications in a digital system to achieve automated business processes.
Computer vision enables computers to gain high-level understanding from digital images or videos.
NLP can ease human-computer interaction and lead to machines understanding and acting on natural-language content.
Conversational user interfaces, such as chatbots or personal assistants, will bring about a paradigm shift in how humans interact with the digital world.
Cognitive capabilities integrated into cyber security systems enable them to “understand” information from external sources like social media, as well as internal systems to identify risks.
Instead of working in bits of 1 or 0, quantum computing makes a whole new form of computers possible and stands for unprecedented computing power.
Advances in mobile and computer technologies are creating digital payment models that will shape the future of monetary transactions.
Social analytics monitor, analyse, measure and interpret digital interactions and relationships.
Location-based services use real-time geodata from mobile devices to provide information, entertainment or security.
Applications are being designed to help identify truthfulness in order to combat the spread of false information and fake news.
In augmented worlds, physical and graphical objects interact naturally, thereby creating a mixed reality.
Virtual worlds are digital, three-dimensional environments that users can explore and interact with.
Haptic technologies enable users to touch things inside a virtual world, thus opening up a new dimension in virtual reality.
Industrial IoT is the integration of intelligent and connected systems in industrial processes, resulting in, for example, smart factories.
Smart home systems are made up of interconnected devices, services and apps, ranging from communications and entertainment to healthcare, security and home automation.
Deep mapping is the layering of multiple types of geo-tagged data within a GIS (geographic information system).
Intelligent robotics and drones can perform tasks without human supervision. Their functions are getting more and more accurate and effective.
Autonomous vehicles use sensing and localization technologies, such as LiDAR (light detection and ranging), radar, cameras, GPS and map data in combination with AI-based decision-making.
The idea behind open data is about sharing data freely to allow everyone to use them as they wish, without copyright or patent restrictions.
Smart textiles can do many things that traditional fabrics cannot, such as communicate with their environment.
Soon, people may have the possibility to alter themselves in ways that, up to now, mostly existed in science fiction.
Smart dust are tiny chips, as small as a few millimetres or less, that contain communication, computation, and sensing technologies.
Driving insight-driven decision making, augmented analytics combine key the technologies of analytics and AI.
Machine-driven decisions are business decisions that are derived and backed by verifiable, quantitative data analysis.
Smart Bots are programs that are capable of conversation-like interactions with the user. They act autonomously and learn continuously from the received data.
Knowledge graphs are used in AI to contextualize data by creating relationships between data.
Interpretable ML is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed.
AutoML tries to emulate the functions of the inner layers of the human brain.
A GAN is a network architecture based on two algorithms challenging each other in order to reproduce patterns of data, like images or motions.
The integration of AI into hardware creates smart automation solutions with benefits like energy savings and cost efficiency, as well as the elimination of human error.
AGI – also called “strong AI” – does not yet exist, since today's AI technology cannot be proven to possess the equivalent of human intelligence.
Distributed ledger technology eliminates the need for a trusted central authority. It is further decentralized, and safe and thus, a transparent data network.
The future of enterprise IT is cloud computing, which is in fact an elementary enabler for digital transformation.
3D printing is the process of making solid objects from a digital model. But new technologies, such as 4D printing, are also emerging.
Edge computing processes data as close to its source as possible – at the edge of the network structure.
Swarm intelligence is the collective behaviour of self-organized systems, whether natural or artificial.
5G technology is 40 times faster than the current standard of LTE (4G).
Volumetric displays create visual 3D representations of objects, with a 360-degree spherical viewing angle in which the image changes as the viewer moves.
Programmable materials are designed to become dynamic in form and function on-demand – which allows for unprecedented possibilities.
Neuromorphic chips are modelled after the neural brain network of humans.
A brain-computer interface interprets the user's brain patterns to control external software and hardware.