Self Destructive – Apps

Now a days we cannot think of living without a Smart Phone. And what good a smart phone is without its Apps.

One problem with Apps are then stay on your machine even after their usefulness a over. For example apps for conferences – once the conference is over there is no need of this app on your mobile blocking resource and taking way precious space.

In this article I am talking Self Destructive Apps.

Yes Apps which can un-install itself after a specified time period or gets un-install when you move out is a defined geographically bounded region like a museum premises.

Idea is to create/ build an apps which can be controlled by the creator based on the time, region and connection type.

This can also tied to Mobile number as well as to its IMEI is a unique 15 digit number for your specific phone.

Thus making the apps hack proof and safe guarding the sensitive and personal information of the user.

Vishal

 

 

 

 

Human Drones – new urban transportation. Human mounted

…… Vishal NARAYAN

There is new concept on the Human Drones. These drones are not managed from ground below but the person mounted on the drone itself. the drone is equipped with sensors to monitor and adjusted speed, altitude and angel of attack based on mounted person action.

There is head mounted system with camera attached for the person to view the path ahead and action. This drone is advance fly-by-wire concept where every action is monitored and controlled by a backpack computer.

for smooth landing and take off this drone is fitted with landing gear and further enhance safety and auto parachute is attached as backup safety feature in case drones run out of fuel/ charge.

Human Drone

Big Data and CPQ: Myths about CPQ -4

….. Vishal Narayan

CPQ generally deals with the Product configuration. Now to configure any product you need information regarding its

  • Geometry – size, shape
  • Functions
  • Installation condition
  • Material
  • How it will transported
  • What is operating condition
  • What are design parameters
  • What is installation and operating cost
  • What is overheads (burden rate)
  • What is labour rate…. so on and so forth….

Now multiple these parameters with the a typical engineering company’s product line… now you are getting into the huge data .

Now take the scenario where all this data needs to be filtered in say about 30mins and produced to customer.

So now enters the concept of big data. the idea is to have the big data technology for data filtration and perform additional analysis.

myths about CPQ – 3

….Vishal Narayan

Continuing with the CPQ technology .

In the market there are two approaches followed by the vendors to sell their CPQ solution

– Based on CRM : Customer Relationship Management namely Salesforce

– Based on CAD: Computer Aided Design namely Solidworks

approach

although on the face of it the approaches seems to radically different

for example various components of CRM

CRM

and CAD simply deals with the form, feature and fit of an product.

But these two approaches talk about

– Customer and

– product

Looking at the approaches neither of it is complete in itself.

approach_prod

B’cos the CPQ is all about product and customer. hence any vendor taking only one sided view is bound to lose.

Hence there is needed to have holistic approach to the problem where the design of the product is configured as per the customer rules taking into consideration the CRM concept of customer acquisition.

Hence at the end it can be safely said CPQ is specialized CRM arm will capability to do Product configuration

Airbus Moves to HPC for Big data Analysis

…Vishal Narayan

23 July 2015

There was interesting article on “The Super computing Strategy That Makes Airbus Soar”(http://www.theplatform.net/2015/07/22/the-supercomputing-strategy-that-makes-airbus-soar/  )

This now the next target of Airbus to invest in High Performance computation. This technology would further enhanced Airbus ability to do bid data analysis real time.

As the generated per aircraft reaches gigantic proportions -” Airbus Puts 10,000 Sensors in Every Single Wing!’ (http://www.datasciencecentral.com/profiles/blogs/that-s-data-science-airbus-puts-10-000-sensors-in-every-single) and aircraft manufactured are pressed hard to provide quick solutions this HPC will be extensive used and would prove to be backbone on future aircraft MROs