Faced with exponential growth in demand, the energy sector must ensure availability, improved efficiency, growth, and energy independence, and manage the implementation of new competitive constraints, while making the transition to more renewable and environmentally friendly energies.
To respond to this transformation of the energy mix and to accompany market changes, the players have placed innovation at the heart of their organization with the identification of green energy sources and the deployment of intelligent, secure and digital technologies.
This profound change, which goes beyond the simple energy transition, has a direct impact on the value chain and energy businesses, from engineering to network management, including energy production and equipment.
The healthcare sector is faced with an aging population, rising healthcare costs and the need to guarantee maximum quality of care, while ensuring the security of medical data and compliance with new regulations.
These challenges require tools to improve the functioning of organizations, as well as R&D investments to combat competition from emerging countries and guarantee local supplies where necessary.
The digital transformation of the sector, as well as technological innovation, supported by the rise of image processing, the Internet of Things and medtechs, is enabling the real development of e-health, putting the patient back at the heart of the healthcare system.