Pascal Lessard, Senior Product Owner leading the SAP Augmented Reality (AR) and Wearable Technology portfolio was present at the SAP AR pod, located in the IoT section of TechEd&&dCode Las Vegas. He presented the AR applications developed in Montreal that were released on October 16, 2014.
The AR application pod had a very high attendance during the event, which really showed interest from customers, partners, bloggers and SAP colleagues.
The following article gives more information about the IoT section, including the AR pod.
SAP Montreal Development Supports Successful Go-Live in the cloud
By Benoit Lapointe
What do you get when you combine SAP’s flagship retail software offering, the SAP Business Suite on HANA, and SAP Fiori applications, all on the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud?
Find out how Benoit Lapointe, Development Manager at SAP Montreal, and his local development team provided support for an important customer go-live.
The International Barcode of Life Project (iBOL) has been working almost 10 years on building a DNA-based barcode identification system for all multi-cellular life. Lead by the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario at the University of Guelph, this project includes more than 25 countries. With over 2.2 million barcodes to-date, it is estimated that when complete, the barcode library for the entire animal kingdom will be 50 times its current size[iii]. iBOL represents a very systematic way of defining and tracking species. Even better, this information is accessible online via the Barcode of Life Data (BOLD) SystemsRead more about the Barcode of Life here.
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