Hamburg, home of the second-busiest port in Europe, is helping bring the industry into the digital age.
Industries / Digital Economy
Foreign investors are lining up to invest in Germany’s FinTech hubs in the hope of backing the next game-changing financial technology. Frankfurt and Berlin, as well as Munich and Cologne, are all gaining momentum as digital financial centers.
5G promises a brave new world of inter-connectivity that will transform our homes, transportation, the workplace, and industrial processes. It also brings with it a wave of exciting new investment opportunities.
The software of ItsMyCargo enables freight forwarders to enhance their online shops with a customized online booking system that provides customers quick quotations and reservations.
Investment in German fintech recorded impressive year-on-year growth in 2018 of 55 percent, its fastest growth rate in three years.
As Germany gears up for digitalization across the industrial landscape, the market for big data is undergoing a period of pronounced growth. The impact of the information explosion on big industry in particular, will be nothing short of electrifying.
Alibaba Group Holding has acquired the German data-analysis startup “data Artisans” (dA) in a deal reportedly worth some EUR 90 million.
Telemedicine is making further inroads into the German healthcare system, which could enjoy annual savings of EUR 5.6 billion as a result.
Satellite technology has allowed us to map the Earth’s surface and parts of the heavens, but 95 percent of the ocean floor is yet to be mapped.
GTAI places three issues at the center of its acitivities.