What role will data play in the healthcare system of the future - and what influence will patients have on its actual usage? ScMI AG, together with the Swiss innovation initiative DayOne and BlauenSolutions, has analyzed data systems in the health sector in a project together with 30 experts from the health sector.
The final event of the scenario process on the future of city centres in South Westphalia was held at the end of June. The process was supported by the University of Applied Sciences Südwestfalen, the Competence Center E-Commerce and the City Lab Südwestfalen. A participatory process with two large workshops was planned for spring 2020. Due to the corona pandemic, the procedure was modified at short notice, so that the scenarios were created in several online workshops. In this process, the various stakeholders from over 20 municipalities contributed their heterogeneous perspectives and points of view, thus contributing significantly to the breadth of the results.
For the eighth time the future experts of the ScMI AG accompanied international students of the Technical University Ostwestfalen-Lippe with the development and interpretation of future scenarios.
As in previous years, ScMI was present at the International automobile exhibition in Frankfurt. Continental AG presented its vision of the mobility of the future to the expert audience on the basis of a "Future Perspective" developed with ScMI AG. Based on a comprehensive trend analysis, a computer-animated picture of mobility in the city of the future is drawn. This creates a spotlight for targeted product and future design in the company.
Digital and outpatient! ‘The hospital of the future’ – this was the title of this year’s DRG-Forum. This biggest discussion platform for hospital managers and decision-makers in politics, industry, associations and science took place for the 15th time in March in Berlin.
Scenarios as maps of the future – in one way or another scenarios can be better understood if many different futures are mapped together. Consequently, ScMI provided a “map room” during their icebreaker-session at the 2016 DTIM-Conference in order to introduce the Scenario-Management approach.