Last year, Skanska enriched the development market with a unique operating system for smart office buildings. “Connected by Skanska doesn’t just connect technologies; above all it should connect people,” Skanska Property director Alexandra Tomášková notes in our interview on office innovations.
Will the future see every meeting shifted into virtual space? AV MEDIA marketing manager Jiří Plátek answers this question and more in his interview for #MORETHANOFFICE.
In our digital age, is the paper business card just a retro collector’s item? Has it been replaced by things like LinkedIn profiles and cards with virtual holograms? For now – it seems – the traditional calling card is unlikely to die out; it often is still the only physical memento of a business meeting.
Merck Innovation Center in Darmstadt, Germany was nominated to the shortlist of MIPIM Awards 2019 as a Best Office & Business Development. An unique architecture is underlined by an interactive light installation made of almost 600 double-sided OLED elements.
Forget about those old-school plastic workplace entry cards! At its headquarters in Prague’s Radlice district, the bank ČSOB is now using biometric data in their place. They’re identifying employees based on fingerprints or blood-vessel scans. In the past, they also tested the use of face-recognition cameras.
Already today, robots with AI are regularly doing diagnostics, medicine, and manufacturing, driving cars and trains, working at reception desks, and helping at banks. And some of them are reading your resume right now. Technology is barreling ahead, and in a few years we’ll even see robots with creative abilities such as writing original texts.