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AI Applications Podcast Series

Expert insights from IBM and Capgemini

Through our 20+ year collaboration with IBM, Capgemini has developed and implemented innovative solutions that include IBM’s IoT and AI applications technology. We created the AI Applications Podcast Series to give you a glimpse into some of the latest IoT software applications and solutions that are making a positive difference for organizations all over the world. From managing factory floor assets efficiently to placing a curbside delivery order, AI applications are fully functional behind the scenes.

IoT has steadily evolved beyond simple data collection.  Modern devices are capable of running advanced analytics powered by AI, and current IoT enabled technology can give your organization critical visibility into your assets’ health and functionality.  Business decisions based on the real-time collection of data will provide you with the ability to maintain assets and help you predict and prevent problems in the future.

Our podcast series

In this series, we have invited a group of experts from both Capgemini and IBM to discuss the latest AI applications trends and solutions that are available today. Each podcast episode is under 20 minutes and includes an engaging, expert-driven discussion on a particular area of AI Applications.

Ep 1 Enterprise Asset Management   

In this episode, Capgemini’s Jay Survil and Sarah Stewart are joined by special guest, Mitch Simon of IBM, as they discuss some of the next level functionality that can be achieved by infusing your data with an AI strategy and some of the latest technology from IBM.

Ep 2 Model Based System Engineering

In this episode, Capgemini’s Jay Survil and Antonio Mazzoldi are joined by special guest, Sky Matthews of IBM, as they explore how IBM, Capgemini and Siemens, are working together to develop an updated version of the aircraft over wing door using the Model Based System Engineering methodology.

Ep 3 Vegetation Management

In this episode in partnership with IBM, Jay Survil – Enterprise and Infrastructure Architect at Capgemini and Victor Jimenez – Utilities Executive, Digital Solutions and Strategy at Capgemini, are joined by special guest, Robbie Berglund, Business Unit Executive for Energy & Utilities, Chemical and Petroleum at The Weather Company (an IBM Business). As they explore how IBM and Capgemini are working together to enable utility providers with the latest data-driven tools and insights to prevent vegetation related outages.

Ep 4 Streamline the Omnichannel Commerce Experience

In this episode, brought to you by Capgemini and IBM, Jay Survil – Enterprise and Infrastructure Architect at Capgemini is joined by IBM’s Michael Deaton – Worldwide Retail & Consumer Industry Executive for IBM Sterling and Capgemini’s Aaron Eversoll – VP of Market Development, specializing in commerce. In this latest discussion, Jay, Michael and Aaron, explore how IBM and Capgemini are working together to integrate IBM’s Sterling tools combined with Capgemini’s expert integration, to help streamline the omnichannel commerce experience.

Ep 5: Enabling Asset Performance Management

In this podcast episode, Jay Survil – Enterprise and Infrastructure Architect at Capgemini is joined by Sarah Stewart – a Principal within Capgemini Invent who leads the NA Enterprise Asset Management practice and, Jon Krome – a Principal with Capgemini Invent’s Energy, Utilities, and Chemicals practice who has over thirty years’ experience in Exploration and Production. In this episode, they discuss the challenges of leveraging technologies, processes, and, most notably, the right DATA to monitor.

Ep 6: The New World of Worker Safety

In this podcast episode, Jay Survil – Enterprise and Infrastructure Architect at Capgemini is joined by Brian Massey – Senior Product Manager, Internet of Things at IBM and Jean-Jacques Caraco – Director IoT Solutions World Class Centre, Capgemini Engineering. In this episode, they discuss Worker Safety and the need for organizations to develop and implement policies, inspections, training, and maintenance, to prevent costly workplace accidents. All, while managing the difficult task of combining current safety concerns with new suggested health guidelines. Today, Brian and Jean-Jacques talk through the practical uses of technology and data, to help drive smarter decisions about modern workplace safety.