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Listen to machines and hear their troubles!

Listen to machines and hear their troubles!

"That doesn't sound right!" No matter how advanced machines get, this line will always represent the lower bound for human abilities to identify mechanical issues. Whether it is a $100 blender, a $1000 air conditioner, a $100,000 sports car or even a $10,000,000 aircraft, revving it up must not only feel good, but also sound good to give you full assurance that it is working perfectly. If it sounds a bit off, the logical conclusion is that something's amiss and you need to take a closer look. Interestingly, this is the basis for a growing diagnostics model, where sensors literally 'listen' to ...

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Social CRM and user discipline on social networks

Social CRM and user discipline on social networks

Ash was taking her first flight and was visibly excited. She had heard a lot of stories – some good, some scary - from her friends who had flown before and wanted to leave no stone unturned to make the experience as wonderful as it possibly could be. "Any chance I can get an upgrade to first class?" she enquired eagerly. The check-in agent responded with patience, "I'm sorry, we have a full flight today" before his tone picked up, "But I can get you something that might please you!" Ash wasn't sure what to expect, but hey, who would turn down free stuff? "I see your friend John Strange is also...

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The fast and the flawless: IBS accomplishes super-fast deployment of PSS for LCC

The fast and the flawless: IBS accomplishes super-fast deployment of PSS for LCC

When a small airline with a 'fleet' of just two aircraft sets out to service an Eastern European country with close to 3 million people, their priorities are quite unique. Larger airlines with plenty of resources also have plenty of margin for error and capability for disruption management. But that isn't so for the smaller players. Everything must run like clockwork, and one small miscalculation can obstruct business for long periods of time, resulting in substantial losses. To an IT solutions provider like us, that translates to a mandate that the technology has to be extremely robust and re...

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IBS Kochi to be a landmark for Kerala Inc.

IBS Kochi to be a landmark for Kerala Inc.

The proposed IBS Kochi campus is predicted to be a major milestone, not only in the history of our company, but also for the business environment in the state of Kerala, India where it is located. The new facility will accommodate 6000 employees, which is a substantial number in the small state's economy. This is a preparatory step for continuation of our aggressive growth plans into the near future. Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan, Honorable Chief Minister of Kerala, applauded IBS and our Executive Chairman V K Mathews for being instrumental in busting the 'myth' that Kerala is a hostile state fo...

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‘Smart’ future for Cargo: Business leaders unite at 10th IBS Cargo Forum Summit

‘Smart’ future for Cargo: Business leaders unite at 10th IBS Cargo Forum Summit

Over 50 special invitees representing various facets of the global cargo service industry gathered in Bangalore, the IT capital of India from the 15th to 17th of November, 2016 to take part in the10th IBS Cargo Forum Summit held at the Sheraton Grand Hotel. The event provided key business leaders in the cargo industry an interactive ideation platform where they exchanged perspectives and forecasts about the future of their businesses, thereby contributing in a big way to IBS' inclusive product development strategy for iCargo. This time, the focus was on innovation that delivers tangible v...

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