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BaseN President and CEO, Mr. Pasi Hurri, has been invited to be a guest lecturer at the leading University of Technology, Aalto University, in Espoo, Finland on October 30, 2018. As a spime expert, Mr. Hurri will illuminate how spimes are at the core of this new era: the Internet of Everything.
While Digital Twins are widely in use by many industry fields already, the adoption of spimes will bring upon a much faster industry and business model transformation. Spimes have similarities with Digital Twins what comes to data collection and algorithm execution, but the core concept is quite different: while a Digital Twin is a virtual replica, a spime is the primary logical master managing its physical manifestation. Apart from Digital Twins, spimes are also the key to transforming products into continuous intelligently evolving services.
“This is where R&D should now focus on”, says Pasi Hurri, CEO of BaseN. “Entering spime in order to sustainably, efficiently and securely transform their business models to not fall behind their competition.”
BaseN, established in 2001, is the inherently scalable computing Platform for hosting billions of spimes, the core objects of the Internet of Things. Spime is the permanent logical brain and memory of any physical Thing. BaseN currently handles over one million spime transactions per second, and enables the transformation from physical products to intelligent services in any industry. www.basen.net
About Aalto University
Aalto University is a multidisciplinary community of bold thinkers, where science and art meet technology and business. Aalto is committed to identify and solve grand societal challenges and build an innovative future. At Aalto, high-quality research, art, education and entrepreneurship are promoted hand in hand. In global university rankings, Aalto is at the top of its fields. The university was established in 2010 as three leading Finnish universities, the Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki University of Technology and the University of Art and Design Helsinki, were merged.