Nordics name AI impacts

According to a survey commissioned by software and services company Tieto, people in the Nordics think Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do a better job than humans in many roles – even very demanding ones. However, when it comes to utilising AI within healthcare, scepticism is high compared to the experts' assessment. Most people also believe new technology will make it more difficult to get jobs in the future – but very few think their own job is at stake.







Spare parts go digital

Five percent of spare parts could currently be stored in digital warehouses. This would make parts more quickly and easily available, while creating considerable cost savings. Digitalisation will also enable individual customisation and an increase in the intelligence of parts.











Connected ambulance for Scotland

ViaSat is working with The University of Aberdeen’s Centre for Rural Health, NHS Highland and the Scottish Ambulance Service on a pilot program called SatCare, which will enable paramedics to send high-resolution video and ultrasound images from connected ambulances to hospital-based medical experts, ahead of a patient’s hospital arrival. The connected ambulances will utilise ViaSat’s advanced satellite communications system, operating on its jointly-owned KA-SAT high throughput satellite network.












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