Digital transformation in the telecommunications industry is the digitalisation of services offered by telco companies such as text messaging and calling, offered through various competitor apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook and WeChat. The introduction of these apps is a threat to the telecommunications industry not only because it offers direct competition, but also because these […]
About Saylee Jangam
Saylee is a Bioengineering Graduate from the University of Sheffield with extensive research experience in the area of microfluidics. She is one of 100 Leaders of Tomorrow selected by the Global Biotech Revolution at the University of Cambridge and has represented her University at several international conferences including TEDMED and UN-COP13. Her interests lie at the interface of medicine and technology, and she hopes to pursue these for the benefit of Global Health. She loves to travel and has lived in over 5 cities in her life, including Hong Kong.
Entries by Saylee Jangam
The evolution of cellular mobile networks – from 2G when text messaging and mobile data were first offered at the kbps scale, to 3G where faster transmission of data including the ability to video call was available, to 4G which offered even higher data transmission rates at the mbps scale – has resulted in a […]
Automation in the workplace is the use of robotics and control systems to allow seamless and autonomous operation. While the industrial revolution introduced automation in manufacturing – such as the use of robots on the shop floor for the assembly of automobile parts – automation is now receiving attention for its potential to add value […]