The driver of innovation today is not technology, but insight.

Technology plays a part in innovation. Advances in technology are driving big changes across the workforce in most industries. To make a difference, it has to be appropriately applied to solve specific problems or meet certain goals as defined by your business or your customer.  To maximize the value of that difference, it’s essential to apply only the smallest amount of technology to the areas that stand to benefit from it.

Too many people like technology for its own sake.  They get caught up in fancy gadgets, spec sheets, and bullet points.  They think that having technology is innovative in and of itself.  This is not true.  Innovation only happens when you use technology to provide a real or perceived value to your customer. At i2e, we precisely do that and more.

There are two primary uses for technology in business: to meet the status quo and to create something new that moves the business forward (innovation).  In either case, the use of technology is driven by the needs of the business and the customer.

HoloLens – The HoloLens is a device able to project holograms, overlaying objects and places, even people, directly onto whatever is already in place. Using it, virtual reality meets physical reality. You can actually interact with holograms when you wear the headset. With just a twitch of your thumb and index finger, you can make things smaller, bigger or even cover a wall with specific objects. For example, if you have an abundance of data, but in formats that are difficult to process and prioritize—long streams of figures on multiple monitors, each representing something different. We could use a combination of 2D and 3D presentations of data to optimize the user’s ability to extract meaning from the information, quickly and accurately. Also, at the same time we could increase efficiency while reducing time, cost, and the cognitive load of working with abstract data. At i2e, we bring the same expertise to any domain involving data interpretation and collaboration.

Latest Technologies – Data must be analyzed in order to derive meaning. Because data patterns and trends are not always obvious. At i2e, we help you devise a range of tools and apps for data collection, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation —including tabulation, graphical interpretation, visualization, and statistical analysis—to identify the significant features and patterns in the data. You can then identify sources of error in the investigations and calculate the degree of certainty in the results. Our modern technology makes the collection of large data sets much easier, providing secondary sources for analysis.