Join Jerry Yurchisin on Wednesday to discuss.
The acceleration of change we’re seeing today can be attributed to several sources: trade, technology, health, and the environment. Over the past couple of years, we have all heard the term ‘the new normal’ a million times. But what does this actually mean? It means that the world in is in a period of major transition, the likes of which we’ve never seen. This period has been referred to as the data revolution. Problems will be solved by data scientists, data engineers, data analysts and statisticians, who can model their data to make decisions and uncover solutions to previously ‘unsolvable’ complex challenges.
Toyota saw this coming decades ago and mobilized their data practitioners to start modeling how hybrid vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles can address environmental concerns and yet be a viable, affordable option for consumers. The data teams at Toyota lead the way in global environmental compliance by performing simulations to balance the environmental impact of their vehicles, the expectations of their shareholders and the promise to build quality, affordable cars.
On Wednesday March 30, we will talk about Toyota and some other examples of real-world Gurobi customers who are using data to solve complex challenges.