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PropTech is hot. Remote building access. Connected appliances. Security cameras and drones. But since the outbreak of COVID-19, the industry has accelerated into overdrive and is growing faster than ever before. Here at Chariot Solutions, we’ve seen a number of new interesting PropTech projects.
A bottomless appetite for mobile experiences is forcing many businesses to accelerate their mobile strategies and for those with mobile presences to potentially rethink theirs.
The idea that every company is a tech company has never been truer. In the age of COVID-19, the embrace of and investment in technology and its deployment has increased dramatically. Teams must understand how, why, and where technology will function in the real world.
While the coronavirus’ impact on industries like healthcare and education has been obvious and much discussed, it is also accelerating the digital transformation of a less obvious industry: beauty.
A Chariot team led by Eric Snyder migrates a local media giant’s data to the Amazon Web Services cloud.
Our CMO Tracey Welson-Rossman moderated this panel at SXSW 2019 as part of the Amplify Philly effort. You can watch a video, read the description, and see the other panelists below.
Our Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference (Philly ETE) returns for its 12th year after taking a year off. The conference itself started after the Chariot team had nine speakers at Java One, which at that time in 2003 many companies had cut back on travel due to the economic downturn. Technology changes very … Read More
Current estimates reveal that more than 100 million new devices are connected to the Internet — every second. It is no surprise then that predictions show that the installed base of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is forecasted to grow to between 25-30 Billion devices by 2020. These devices are everywhere: in our homes, in … Read More
Tracey’s Session: How Smarter Cities Can Lead to Smarter Public Safety In order for IoT and Smart Cities to support public safety, our first responders need fast access to critical data during emergencies. Former Baltimore Fire Chief Ray Lehr will discuss this challenge, share an overview of FirstNet, and spotlight recent cutting-edge projects that are … Read More