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Meet SEKAI - Speed is part of the DNA in the Automotive Industry

SEKAI, from Malta with offices also in Oslo and Gothenburg, develops a scalable enterprise Digital Twin integration platform.

Video: Acceptance introduction to MobilityXlab, from the founder of SEKAI, Ken Olling

Their aim is to help large companies bring existing people and systems together, in an automated way, with patented reality-capturing technology, making it easier to build a foundation for future AI initiatives at scale.

Nicolas Waern, who is working as an Ecosystem Enabler with SEKAI, says that he is looking forward to the fall and to closely collaborate with the founding partners of MobilityXlab, to accelerate their strategies through data-driven decision-making at scale;

–  We know that we can enable companies to travel through time and see what effect decisions will have before making them. We know how to take legacy systems, existing people, market intelligence, put them together, and start creating new path creation strategies, away from path dependency. This we know.  What we don't know is exactly what situations the founding partners are in on a more granular level. This is why we are looking forward to knowing more about the situations the founding partners are in and what challenges they have.  And also what partners wish they could do more of if they would be given the opportunity.

Nicolas Waern continues;

–  Speed is part of the DNA in the Automotive Industry. And SEKAI has realized that it's not the big that eat the small. It's the fast that eats the slow. This is why SEKAI enables people at the front-lines, the domain experts, to be able to solve challenges on their own, enabled by cutting-edge technology. No more silos. No more guesswork. Instead, data-driven decisions based on a holistic understanding of the operating context. That can scale from where companies have been, to where they need to be in the future.