DataArt Newsroom: Thought Leadership, Media Coverage, Industry Insights

2019: Internet of Things ‘to go mainstream’

5 November 2018 | UK | Media / IoT/M2M
Engineer News Network covers DataArt’s IoT predictions for 2019, noting the increasing power and capabilities of edge devices, automotive industry’s shift towards data-driven business models and 5G rollout that will unlock the true potential of IoT devices.
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DataArt IoT Trends and Predictions for 2019: IoT Goes Mainstream

5 November 2018 | UK | Media / IoT/M2M
IT Supply Chain posts DataArt’s predictions of the IoT trends that will dominate in 2019, emphasizing the 5G rollout, market consolidation, proliferation of smart devices, and the race to tackle security vulnerabilities.
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Beyond Cryptocurrency

2 November 2018 | Blog / Blockchain

The Blockchain East summit and trade show, Beyond Cryptocurrency: Exploring the Business of Blockchain,  took place in NYC this fall. DataArt has delivered dozens of blockchain solutions over the past several years, most of them for early adopters of DLT technology – start-ups and mid-size businesses...

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2019 Trends: DataArt Predicts that Blockchain will Go Far Beyond its Origins to Create Industries of the Future

2 November 2018 | UK | Media / Finance
The Fintech Times runs DataArt’s 2019 trend predictions for blockchain, as it goes beyond cryptocurrencies and payments and gains momentum in decision making automation, data and identity management, and fuels new platform solutions from the bigger industry players.
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Tech Consultancy Predicts Telemedicine and AI-based Healthcare Growth in 2019

2 November 2018 | UK | Media / Healthcare & Life Sciences
Digital Health Age covers DataArt's prediction that 2019 will bring continued growth in telemedicine and AI-based healthcare. According to DataArt, telemedicine will make high-quality healthcare more widely available, further progress will be made in data processing and storage, and AI will remain a major interest among practitioners and investors as algorithms become faster and more accurate.
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Blockchain to go Far Beyond Origins to Create Industries of the Future

2 November 2018 | UK | Media / Finance
Coin Rivet publishes DataArt’s 2019 trend predictions for blockchain, emphasizing new applications of the technology in decision making automation, data and identity management, as well as business process transformation.
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Blockchain and Healthcare

2 November 2018 | Germany | Media / Healthcare & Life Sciences
Health & Care Managementinterviews experts about blockchain and its applications in healthcare. Kirill Timofeev, Software Project Manager at DataArt, highlights the benefits of blockchain related to interoperability, immutability, and availability of data as well as the technology’s potential to enhance patient relations and services.
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DataArt contributed to HTNG’s White Paper: Blockchain for Hospitality

1 November 2018 | US | Press Release / Travel & Hospitality
New York, NY – 1 November, 2018 – DataArt’s Andrew Sanders, VP, Travel & Hospitality, helped lead HTNG’s Blockchain for Hospitality Workgroup to create a white paper to increase the knowledge of blockchain within the hospitality industry.
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Open Banking in the UK: Lessons Learned

1 November 2018 | UK | Media / Finance
In Tabb Forum, Cliff Moyce, Chairman of the Advisory Board at DataArt, talks about the lessons the U.K. learned in open banking. He argues that while open banking in the UK has seen low levels of adoption so far, it eventually will be a transformative initiative.
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DataArt Predicts Healthcare and Life Sciences Trends for 2019: Data to Propel AI-based Healthcare Forward

31 October 2018 | UK | Media / Healthcare & Life Sciences
Health Tech Digital News runs DataArt’s healthcare and life sciences trends predictions for 2019. Exponential information growth will drive further progress of artificial intelligence and data processing algorithms, while availability of healthcare will increase with proliferation of telemedicine.
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