virtual & on-site | October 21, 2021
hosted by MAPEGY & Mitsubishi Chemicals Advanced Materials
Our lives, both as organizations and individuals, are changing faster than ever before. Across the globe, businesses, as well as research and academic institutions, face the challenge of making smart decisions to accelerate sustainable development in both the public and private sectors. While this poses a great many challenges, there is however more data available than ever before to drive smart decision-making.
The Connected Knowledge 2021 was among the first events in the data intelligence sector to focus on promoting informed and sustainable decision-making. MAPEGY and Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials (MCAM) were co-hosting this event at MCAM’s KAITEKI showroom in Frankfurt am Main on October 21st. The goal was to provide insights and kick-start discussions on A.I.'s role, potentials, and limitations in sustainable development efforts.
More than 100 attendees from 60 different organizations joined the discussions, shared valuable insights, industry-related expertise, and networked to enable knowledge sharing.
Take a look at MAPEGY’s Product Roadmap: Ainhoa Alzola, Product Manager at MAPEGY, highlights our vision, direction, and progress over time.
18 min presentation.
We have 4 simple event-related and 2 product-related questions. Time required: 1-2 min
MAPEGY GmbH is a Berlin-based data-intelligence company that collects and disseminates innovation trends and insights to decision-makers in the business, academic, and non-profit sectors. The company was founded in 2012 and has since developed sophisticated technology that allows access to billions of contemporary and historical data points from all sectors and visualizes them for strategic decision-making.
MCAM is a global leader in the production of high-performance thermoplastic materials as semi-finished products and finished parts. MCAM shares the vision of its parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation (MCHC), and is dedicated to the realization of KAITEKI, “a sustainable condition which is comfortable for people, society and the Earth”.