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UNISEM IoT Newsletter. Technology Trends of COVID-19

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Date 20-06-23 17:38
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Technology Trends of COVID-19 

   The pandemic hit of the COVID-19 touched most of the spheres of our lives and brought significant object lessons that companies should absorb to be prepared for the future of work so that businesses can thrive in the years ahead. While many industries are counting losses, a few industries have come to light as never before.
   During this period many states have turned to facial recognition technology as a way to combat the spread of the virus by tracking quarantine evaders. Moreover, by adding thermovision cameras it is also possible to gauge elevated temperatures of potentially infected individuals in crowds.
   Some of the patients now get health services through the internet. The move to online consultations in the last few months has shown that fast and scalable solutions are available and can help to ease the strain on healthcare practices.
   The COVID-19 crisis has also spurred more cloud spending, according to a survey of 750 executives from Flexera. More than half, 59 percent, said their cloud usage will be higher than planned before the pandemic hit. Moreover, the cloud is seen as a lifesaver for businesses through a period of uncertainty, with employees suddenly scattered across a corporate diaspora. All of a sudden, all doubts about the cloud model — especially with security and hidden costs — evaporated.
   As one of the reasons for the high demand in cloud services is remote work from home forced by social distancing requirements. This situation also skyrocketed the number of users of ZOOM, whose daily downloads have increased 30x year-over-year.
   COVID-19 also gave more people a chance to acquire new skills from the comfort of their own homes than ever before. Online learning platforms like Coursera, Udacity, and EdX, for example, saw major spikes in course enrollment in March and April, much of it driven by workers at the direction of their employers.
   People got more time to spend in front of the TV too. Content provider, Netflix who pioneered the subscription-based video streaming business model has added more than 15 million new subscribers so far this year. Its promotion move with the first month for free motivated more subscribers to entertain themselves with a large range of movies and tv-shows during social isolation. 
   Another positive change can be noticed in delivery services. With more people choosing to stay at home amid the rising fear of the fast-spreading COVID-19, delivery apps are seeing a surge in the number of daily orders. Reflecting on the concerns about the possibilities of spreading the virus by delivery men, many delivery service providers take steps to ensure the safety of their workforce and customers.
   All these new trends are being integrated in our lives and becoming our new normal. We do not know when the COVID-19 crisis will pass away, but we know for sure, not just our work life, but all spheres of our lives have changed, and as many say we have to get used to this new normal.




         NEWS         

 UNISEM announced the commencement of its cooperation with the LSD TECH AND O2ONES.  


From left to right, CEO of O2ONES, Managing Director of UNISEM’s IoT Business Division, CEO of LSD Tech.

On the 31st of March, UNISEM's IOT managing Director Mr. Jung signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with LSD Tech’s and O2ONES’s CEO for joint development and marketing of an Intelligent Traffic Control Platform.

 


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