Tags » Innovation

...unfortunately few organizations listened to Thomas Edison

“Thomas Edison said, “genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration”….unfortunately, no one listened. When companies, launch innovation initiatives, they typically allot almost all their time and energy to that initial 1% -the thrilling hunt for the breakthrough idea. 72 more words


L.A. Disruptive

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Area is the largest in the nation with 18 million inhabitants and a very diverse economy.  Some of its  leading sectors are ready for DISRUPTION, from healthcare (Los Angeles has more than 700,000 people at work in health services/biomedical activities) to fashion (second in the nation after New York), from agriculture (multi-billion dollar sector facing huge water issues) to Fast Food, Real Estate, Law, etc. 160 more words

Business News

Indoor navigation, a new frontier…

Here at MapData Services we like to push the boundaries of spatial technology. An exciting area at the moment is indoor navigation and mapping. We’ve got a long history of developing… 366 more words


Semester 1 Reflection

As the first semester is wrapping up, I am eager to embrace and explore new challenges, adventures, and passions in the second half of my academic year. 488 more words

Technology Education

Buch Rezension: 33 Erfolgsprinzipien der Innovation (Gassmann, Friesike)

33 Erfolgsprinzipien der Innovation

Rezension 2015, T. Speil

  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co. KG (27. Februar 2012)
  • Sprache: Deutsch…
  • 928 more words

An Oculus kinda love

Ok- So they may slightly be old news; but the Oculus Rift is my favourite gadget of the moment. Im constantly waking up to more exciting articles on  Mashable that somehow blow my mind that little bit more- telling me I can look and sit in cars that don’t exist or have the opportunity to walk across mars!  527 more words


Innovative research aims to prevent derelict fishing trap impacts

By: Dianna Parker

Every day, commercial fishermen around the country deploy hundreds of fishing traps into ocean and coastal waters to land their catches. Far too often, the traps never make it back above the water’s surface, thanks to storms, tangled lines, or disturbance from passing vessels. 549 more words