The workplace of the future

Published on 03/10/2019

How to collaborate better at work? Cognitive environments, also called smart spaces, can enhance workers’ performance and experience for multi-user tasks such as design, decision-making and problem solving.

Cognitive environments are connected physical spaces that provide digital tools for workers to complete their tasks while detecting and measuring their activity to provide them with feedback and predictions in a natural and multimodal way.

What does a cognitive space look like?

A cognitive space provides cooperative devices such as tangible and multi-touch tables and different types of wearables. Tangible tables allow interaction with a virtual environment thanks to physical objects. To follow user dynamics, the cognitive space is equipped with cameras, microphones, sound systems, 360° projections, lighting, sensors and actuators. The technologies that equip these spaces consist of a blend of Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, data analytics, data visualisation, and Internet of things.

Business innovation and digital transformation in the spotlight

If you want to know more about business innovation and digital transformation, don’t miss the Practice of Enterprise Modelling (PoEM) 2019 Conference, to be held in Luxembourg on 27-29 November. This conference aims to improve our understanding of enterprise modelling by offering a forum for sharing experiences and knowledge between the academic community and practitioners from industry and the public sector. PoEM addresses topics related to enterprise modelling, such as business innovation, digital transformation, enterprise architecture, industry 4.0, blockchain, cloud-based tools, and many more.

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