Aerospace infographic – the digital transformation of the sector in 2017

Aerospace Infographic

Aerospace infographic – the digital transformation of the sector in 2017

The International Paris Air Show has closed its doors for another year, and in 2017 we had the pleasure of attending with CIMPA, our Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) specialist subsidiary.

This year’s event was jam-packed and once again demonstrated that new tech solutions are the drivers behind the annual growth in the aerospace sector.

France – a major market player With 22% share after the US (35%), France has a strategic place on the market. In 2016, Airbus generated a turnover of 70 million USD, and annual production will continue to rise on most of its models between now and 2019.

In France, Airbus is spearheading the sector, which accounted for 112,400 employees in 243 different companies in 2015.

A market with rising demand Expectations and targets that need to be met are always high, whether it’s for customers or the builders of the aircraft. Some of the key issues for construction today are notions such as 80% passenger occupancy, ensuring on-board Wi-Fi and contactless payments, identifying luggage location and higher profitability.

For customers, value for money is the most important issue. Though the cost of a single trip has seen itself cut by half in the last ten years, today’s passengers expect better service, such as having access to simple yet innovative services (electronic tickets, Wi-Fi, etc.).

Transforming aerospace with digitalisation

Companies in the sector are now calling on new technologies to ensure their continued growth. As pilots complete their training, augmented and virtual reality can be used to create more immersive situational training sessions. In addition, the automation of the production chain has increased efficiency and 3D printing has made it possible to produce components on the go at lower cost, whether it’s for transportation or storage.

Drones are now being used to carry out quicker, cheaper inspections. The UAV market will see a 34% increase in growth over the next 3 years, with 3 million drones being produced in 2017. The Internet of Things, or IoT, allows efficient monitoring through the increased number of sensors installed in aircraft and production tools.

When paired with Big Data and AI, problems can be pre-empted and adjustments can be made to improving settings.

Digital Twins are a huge trend in 2017 and can prove useful in aerospace, particularly for analysing the impact of new components within a device.

In 3 to 5 years, billions of devices will have a digital twin. Other technologies, such as the blockchain, will make an impact in the next few years if they can find their place in the value chain. All these different uses of tech will enable the aerospace sector to reach 6 major targets:

  • Increased efficiency
  • Improved accuracy
  • Adoption of coworking
  • Real time feedback
  • Limiting costs
  • Improved customer experience

Attending the Paris Air Show allowed us to present our services for implementing these technology solutions. For a visual summary, check out our infographic below.

Aerospace Infographic

4 Basics of Finance Every Freshman Should Know

Basics of Finance

The post teaches the basics of finance, every college freshmen should know. The first principle is known as “Time Value of Money”. It says, the surplus worth of money will always appraise if spent wisely. Perpetually growth of your investments is in your hands. it depends on how you invest.

The second basic principle of finance is “Compounding”. Albert Einstein once called “The Power of Compounding” the eighth wonder of the world. At the age of 22, an average investment of $10,000 will mushroom to $58,714 by the age of 45(Compounded at 8% annually). One who understands this will unveil it forever, one who doesn’t will pay till infinity.

The third basic principle is “Leverage”. In layman terms, Leverage means investing borrowed capital for potential increment upon return on investment. A good example of leverage could be College Education.

The fourth principle is about “Inflation”. It marks the general increment of price vs fall in purchase value of a commodity over time. For example: A Howard degree costs 17 times higher as compared to 1971-72.

The infographic below is a visual depiction of the 4 Basics of Finance Every Freshman Should Know.

basics of finance, every freshmen should know

Credit Card Fraud – How to Protect Yourself from Being Scammed

credit card fraud

Despite the number of people who have been buried in debts due to the use of credit cards, a significant number of people still possess one. This is due to the need for cashless transactions, but you must protect yourself from credit card fraud. There are a lot of tasks that can now be done online. From shopping to reservations, everything can be done online. The best way to deal with these transactions is by using a credit card.

credit card fraud

Aside from credit card debts, another huge problem faced by many is being scammed. There are several reasons why this may happen. It could be due to a lost credit card. It can also be due to your devices being hacked into by the cyber criminals. In fact, the rate is too high that in the United States alone, it has already affected millions of people. Despite the protections and strong laws in place, scamming and online fraud still persist.

This is why it is important that you remain protected against these credit card scammers. You don’t want to regret later on that you did not do the necessary steps in order to have your money stolen. As soon as you have lost your credit card, you need to call the credit card company to have it canceled. If you are doing transactions online, make sure that you are with a secured site. Don’t just make transactions if you are uncertain of the site that you are partnering with.

Those who have become victims of fraud and theft were mostly unable to recover what was stolen from the. In fact, they have partnered with the authorities to find out who the thieves were. However, these government cybersecurity experts are battling it out against people who are also experts when it comes to activities online. Thus, catching them and making them pay for what they have committed is quite a challenge.

The only way for you to get away from this trouble is to keep yourself protected. Even before you get a credit card, you have to understand what the policies are. You should also ask how you can be protected in case you’ve lost the card or you become a victim of online theft. Most of all, you have to be extremely careful in dealing with online transactions. Make sure that you double check all the sites you visit as well as the emails you respond to.

If you want more information about online credit card fraud, we have compiled an infographic for you below. We hope that it helps you understand better this problem. The image contains information about the common problems faced by Americans regarding this issue, how much they have lost, the number of people who were affected and how you can be protected.

Hopefully, now that you are aware of what needs to be done to stay protected, it won’t happen to you anymore. You deserve to have a smooth and problem-free transaction using your credit cards.

Credit Card Fraud Stats - Protect Yourself from Being Scammed

Infographic on Infographics

infographic on infographics

As infographics become more and more popular, we thought it was only fitting to publish an infographic on infographics!

The infographic below is a typical example of the type of content and statistics that are usually included in this type of visual content.

As you can see, it is commonplace to use different types of charts to illustrate your data.

Strangely, according to this infographic, most use the same font, with 85% using Sans Serif or Condensed Sans serif.

The average number of credited sources is 2.39 and the average title contains 4.36 words.

Infographics are a great way to illustrate statistics.

Data visualization is a great way to share research through visual devices, informational elements and general trends.

Infographics have become a popular way for bloggers and website owners to build backlinks and get social shares in order to show the search engines their relevance.

The best way to use an infographic to build backlinks is first and foremost by having a high quality infographic that people are going to want to share.

I’m not sure that this one fits the bill in that regard.

While it contains some good information, it really isn’t presented in a visually pleasing format.

It also is quite short for an infographic of any real value.

So while it is an infographic on infographics, I feel that we should create another infographic on infographics that goes into much more detail and more aesthetically pleasing.

Once you have a high quality infographic, you should submit it to every free infographic submission site that you can find.

Bear in mind that every infographic submission site is going to require a unique description of at least 300 words and the longer the better for getting your infographic published for free.

That’s why we offer our infographic content creation service here at Awesome Infographics. It makes it very easy for bloggers and webmasters to get their infographic published without having to worry about creating unique content.

Infographic on Infographics

Infographic of Infographics

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What Does it Really Take to Win the X Factor?

What Does it Really Take to Win the X Factor

Today we would like to share this Awesome Infographic about what does it really take to win the X Factor. For those of you that don’t know, the X Factor is a made for television music competition that was created by Simon Cowell in the United Kingdom. The X Factor stands for that certain something that is really intangible and is shared by all great stars.

We hope you enjoy the What Does It Take to Win the X Factor infographic below!

What Does It Really Take to Win The X Factor

 

What does it really take to win the X Factor?

Here are the statistics…

In 2010…

896 hours of footage were filmed at X Factor auditions.

14,980 bottles of water were drunk at bootcamp and auditions.

38 Trolleys of snacks were consumed by judges and crew at bootcamp.

12,200,000 people watched the X Factor opener.

10,400,000 people watched in 2011.

34 versions of X Factor exist around the world.

All 7 winners’ first single got to number one.

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World Resources By Country

world resources

Here is a great depiction of the world resources infographic.

As you go through the data visualization below, there are several statistics that will have you questioning your knowledge of the world’s resources by country.

world resources infographic

There are a few facts that stand out to me in this infographic.

  1. The United States is third in wheat production. If you have ever driven through the midwest, you no doubt have seen fields of wheat for miles and miles. It is hard to believe that China and India grow more wheat than the United States. Although those countries have a lot more people to feed, so one can assume that is the case.
  2. The United States is not even in the top 5 world resources for water. Again, I find this incredible when you look at the amount of water we have in the US. Think about the great lakes and all of the lakes across the country and yet we are not even on the map for water resources.
  3. I am very surprised that tea is not included in the world resources because it has such a large impact on life in the orient and elsewhere. I am sure that China would lead the world resources for tea, both black tea and green tea. I also think that Japan would nudge china out of the top spot for matcha green tea.
  4. The United States is fourth in gold production. I had no idea that we were still mining gold in the US. I would love to know where in the US gold mining is taking place and if there is still the possibility of the little guy getting in on this and getting a piece of a modern day gold rush.

For the most part, the rest of the world resources are pretty much as you would expect.

Some Interesting Stuff About the Internet

Some Interesting Stuff About The Internet

Today we would like to share some interesting stuff about the internet infographic. As the internet continues to explode and grow around the globe the interesting facts will continue to change. In an effort to predict the changes that will occur during the explosive growth of this unparalleled medium, we will share some of the current statistics and project them over time.

Enjoy today’s Awesome Infographic!

interesting stuff about the internet

 

It is hard to believe that only 30% of the world currently has access to the internet, but…

Thirty billion pieces of content are shared every month on facebook.

127 trillion emails were sent in 2010.

There are 255,000,000 websites on the world wide web.

There 74 status updates about the royal wedding every second during the ceremony.

By 2015 48,000,000,000 apps will be downloaded.

By 2013, there will be one trillion devices that can connect to the internet. That is 140 per person. in 2007, there were 500 million.

There are 48 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every second.

40,000 blog posts were published about Osama Bin Laden’s death within 12 hours of the news breaking.

In February 2011, ebook sales reached 90,300,000. Paperback sales reached 81,200,000.
As you read through this interesting stuff about the internet, you can see that the statistics can be downright overwhelming and the attributed facts can compel one to wonder if they are in fact true.

As time progresses, we can continually check these facts and confirm or deny their inherent truthfullness and continue to make projections based on the facts presented in the above awesome infographic.

These facts are met with awe and inspiration and one can only wonder about the astronomical facts and statistics that await the world in light of the incredible growth of the world wide web.

These statistics are truly amazing and we can only wonder what interesting stuff about the internet we will learn in the coming years.

We hope you have enjoyed our interesting stuff about the internet infographic.

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