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March 2018 Newsletter

last modified Mar 01, 2018 09:36 PM
Find out about the new membership model and our new Alliance Partner as well as other news from the Service Alliance in this new edition of the newsletter.

March 2018 Newsletter 

Contents: In this Issue

  • New Membership Model for the Alliance
  • CEMEX join the Alliance as a Gold Member
  • Alliance 2018 Research Programme
  • CEMEX visit the Alliance
  • CEMEX Hackathon- Report by Myrna Flores
  • Research Theme - Blockchains in Smart Services
  • Ecosystems Strategy programme
  • Community of Interest for 2018
  • Research Theme - Moments of Truth in Services
  • Service Week 2018 - 3 October 2018 - Save the Date
  • Digital Manufacturing Week launch
  • Webinar - Digital business transformation and strategy
  • Research: Building Service Business Model Innovation
  • Smart Cities Expedition leader finds out about Co-Creation in Living Labs
  • CDBB Mini-Project funding for Ancillary Sensing for BIM
  • CDBB Research Scoping Workshop - 10-11 April 2018
  • High-Quality Prediction Intervals for Deep Learning
  • Does buyers' dependence translate into financial performance?
  • Webinar - outcome-oriented contracts
  • Welcome to Alliance visitor Federico Barravecchia
  • Uncertainty in Deep Learning
  • Webinar - Big Data Analytics
  • Wearable sensor technology and business

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