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Game, Set, AI: Infosys Brings Advanced AI-led Innovations to Roland-Garros 2024

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PARIS, May 29, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Infosys (NSE: INFY) (BSE: INFY) (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, in partnership with the French Tennis Federation (FFT), today unveiled several AI-first innovations for Roland-Garros 2024, marking a pivotal evolution in the sixth year of their partnership.

Leveraging Infosys Topaz, an AI-first set of services, solutions, and platforms using generative AI technologies, the new feature set will enhance the RG digital experience for fans, players, coaches, and the media. Beyond the set of existing innovations such as AI Assisted Journalism, AI Videos, and Match Centre, the following new experiences are slated to be launched this year.
RG Gen AI Poster Challenge – The RG Gen AI Poster Challenge features on the Roland-Garros digital properties and enables fans to create their artistic renditions of the iconic RG Posters using Generative AI. It brings alive the unique history of RG with modern technology. Fans will also be able to vote for their favorite poster; and winners will be awarded tickets for the RG 2025 edition.AI Bracket Challenge – The AI Bracket Challenge introduces a gamified layer to the Roland-Garros experience, inviting fans to engage in predictive gameplay by forecasting match outcomes throughout the tournament. It also features an AI powered auto predict feature that fans can leverage to help complete their brackets. The feature adds a competitive and immersive element to the tournament experience, with winners slated to get access to 2025 match tickets.New Symbol Room in RG’s Infosys 3D Art Museum – The newly introduced Symbol Room in the Infosys 3D Art Museum enriches the virtual visitor experience by providing a digital showcase of iconic symbols and moments from Roland-Garros history. This room, accessible through the RG website, features high-resolution 3D scans of memorabilia, interactive exhibits, and detailed narratives that bring the tournament’s storied past to life.Split Screen Analysis in Players Portal – The enhanced Split Screen Analysis tool in the Players Portal offers a sophisticated analytical platform designed specifically for players and coaches. By providing side-by-side video comparisons and real-time performance analytics, this tool helps users dissect and understand gameplay nuances. Players can review their performances, compare them with past games or those of their opponents, and receive tailored feedback generated through AI-driven insights. This analysis supports strategic planning and training, allowing players to adapt their techniques and strategies based on detailed, data-backed evaluations.Sumit Virmani, EVP and Global Chief Marketing Officer, Infosys, said, “The AI-first initiatives deployed at this year’s Roland-Garros exemplify our commitment to not just enhancing the game using cutting edge technologies, but transforming how fans, players, and the media experience it. By leveraging our industry-leading, AI-suite of offerings, Infosys Topaz, we are proud to preserve the tournament’s heritage while pushing the boundaries of application of AI and digital technology in sports.”
Stephane Morel, CEO, FFT, said, “Our partnership with Infosys has been instrumental in integrating AI technology at Roland-Garros, setting a new standard for how major sporting events can engage with digital innovation to enhance global fan engagement and player performance.”
Off court, Infosys and FFT continue a successful STEM program that will engage 30 students from Gerson School in Paris, providing them with firsthand learning experiences at Roland-Garros. Students will visit Roland-Garros and take part in dedicated workshops with tech experts from Infosys, aimed at helping them develop an understanding about how technology is used in tennis, further bridging the gap between technology and practical education.
The tournament runs from 20th May 2024 to 9th June 2024. To experience the latest digital innovations, visit Roland-Garros.com.
For more information on the partnership visit: www.infosys.com/roland-garros/.
About Roland-Garros
Roland-Garros is a must-see event for sports lovers and the general public alike. In 2023, Roland-Garros opened its doors to 633,222 spectators and was broadcast in 220 territories around the world, making it a major global sporting event. Organized by the French Tennis Federation, Roland-Garros is the only Grand Slam tournament to be played on clay, one of the oldest and noblest surfaces in the history of tennis.
About Infosys
Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. Over 300,000 of our people work to amplify human potential and create the next opportunity for people, businesses and communities. We enable clients in more than 56 countries to navigate their digital transformation. With over four decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, we expertly steer clients, as they navigate their digital transformation powered by cloud and AI. We enable them with an AI-first core, empower the business with agile digital at scale and drive continuous improvement with always-on learning through the transfer of digital skills, expertise, and ideas from our innovation ecosystem. We are deeply committed to being a well-governed, environmentally sustainable organization where diverse talent thrives in an inclusive workplace.
Visit www.infosys.com to see how Infosys (NSE, BSE, NYSE: INFY) can help your enterprise navigate your next.
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TUI Hotels & Resorts Taps Canary Technologies to Power its Digital Guest Journey

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SAN FRANCISCO, July 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Canary Technologies, the industry’s leading Guest Management System, today announced that TUI Hotels & Resorts has chosen Canary to power its digital guest journey. TUI is one of the world’s leading hospitality companies with more than 400 hotels and resorts across 40 countries. TUI selected Canary’s innovative Guest Management Platform to unlock new revenue opportunities, further elevate the guest experience and drive efficiencies across their portfolio.

TUI Hotels & Resorts prioritizes creating exceptional experiences for its global guests. Canary’s AI-powered platform equips TUI properties with the tools to further elevate the guest experience. For example, Mobile Check-in and Smart Checkout eliminate long lines so that guests can maximize their time enjoying each property’s amenities. And with Canary’s Dynamic Upsells, guests can conveniently select the many services or F&B options TUI properties have to offer — whenever & wherever they want — whether poolside, in their room or off-property exploring local sites.
“We’re excited to partner with TUI Hotels & Resorts, a hospitality leader known for exceptional experiences,” said Manuel de la Torre, Canary Technologies’ Regional Sales Director, EMEA. “Our comprehensive platform empowers TUI to not only elevate the guest experience, but also unlock new revenue opportunities through solutions like Canary’s Dynamic Upsells. This collaboration positions TUI for continued success amid ever-changing guest expectations.”
About Canary TechnologiesCanary Technologies is modernizing the hotel tech stack with its award-winning end-to-end Guest Management Platform. Digitizing everything from post-booking through checkout, Canary is trusted by more than 20,000 hoteliers in 80 countries, including leading global brands, such as Marriott International, Four Seasons, Choice Hotels, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, and Intercontinental Hotel Group. Canary’s Hotel Management Software includes Mobile Check-In/Checkout, Tablet Registration, Upsells, Guest Messaging, Canary AI, and Digital Tipping. Learn more at canarytechnologies.com.
About The TUI GroupThe TUI Group is one of the world’s leading tourism groups and operates worldwide. The Group is headquartered in Germany. TUI shares are listed in the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, in the regulated market of the Lower Saxony Stock Exchange in Hanover and at the London Stock Exchange. TUI Group offers its 19 million customers integrated services from a single source and forms the entire tourism value chain under one roof. The Group owns over 400 hotels and resorts with premium brands such as RIU, TUI Blue and Robinson and 16 cruise ships, ranging from the MS Europa and MS Europa 2 in the luxury class and expedition ships in the HANSEATIC class to the Mein Schiff fleet of TUI Cruises and cruise ships operated by Marella Cruises in the UK. The Group also includes Europe’s leading tour operator brands and online marketing platforms, for example for hotel-only or flight-only offers, five airlines with more than 130 modern medium- and long-haul aircraft and around 1,200 travel agencies. In addition to expanding its core business with hotels and cruises via successful joint ventures and activities in vacation destinations, TUI is increasingly focusing on the expansion of digital platforms. The Group is transforming itself into a global tourism platform company.
Global responsibility for sustainable economic, environmental and social action is at the heart of our corporate culture. With projects in 25 countries, the TUI Care Foundation initiated by TUI focuses on the positive effects of tourism, on education and training and on strengthening environmental and social standards. In this way, it supports the development of vacation destinations. The globally active TUI Care Foundation initiates projects that create new opportunities for the next generation.
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Clarivate Director Richard Roedel to Retire from Board of Directors

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Valeria Alberola to Succeed as Audit Committee Chair
LONDON, July 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Clarivate Plc (NYSE: CLVT), a leading global provider of transformative intelligence, announced today that Richard Roedel will retire from the Board of Directors (the “Board”) for health reasons, effective December 31, 2024. The Board expects Valeria Alberola, a member of the Board since May 2021, and a member of its Audit and Finance Committees, to succeed Mr. Roedel as Chair of the Audit Committee.

Andy Snyder, Board Chair, Clarivate, said: “On behalf of the Board, I want to thank Rich for his leadership and dedication to our Board since 2020 and wish him well. The Company is fortunate to have a strong successor to Rich in Valeria at the helm of the Audit Committee, and we look forward to a smooth transition over the coming months.”
Ms. Alberola brings over 25 years of global experience in corporate finance, investment banking, sustainable investments, operations and strategic management consulting. From January 2019 until March 2024, Ms. Alberola served as Chief Executive Officer of Zoma Holdings, LLC following her tenure as its Chief Operating Officer from 2017 to December 2018. Previously she was the Chief Financial Officer of Bridge Education Group, Inc., a global education company, and a partner at Q Advisors LLC, an investment banking firm, advising on M&A and debt and equity financings for technology and telecommunications clients. Ms. Alberola received a B.S. in Economics and Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and an M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, where she was a Fulbright scholar.
About Clarivate
Clarivate™ is a leading global provider of transformative intelligence. We offer enriched data, insights & analytics, workflow solutions and expert services in the areas of Academia & Government, Intellectual Property and Life Sciences & Healthcare. For more information, please visit clarivate.com.
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Hexagon introduces solution to plan, manage and optimise factories in digital reality

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The new Digital Factory solution will allow manufacturers to boost production and increase efficiency using accurate and up-to-date digital replicas of their factoriesThe solution can help global manufactures save millions each year by helping them reduce costs and avoid mistakes planning and building factoriesBy connecting asset digital twins to an accurate and up-to-date Digital Factory, companies can plan and operate more productive, flexible and sustainable future factoriesFARNBOROUGH, England, July 24, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division has launched its new digitalisation solution, Digital Factory, designed to help manufacturers build highly accurate digital replicas of their factories. It enables manufacturers to optimise their floor plans and quickly pivot production lines today, and prepare for smarter and more sustainable future factories with open interfaces that enable digital twins of shopfloor assets. Such solutions could save a global manufacturing company £35 million per year* by avoiding costly mistakes and offering a 50% reduction in travel costs and the on-site training staff require.

Hexagon is uniquely positioned to address this issue through its expertise in delivering best-in-class accuracy reality capture and surveying equipment, software to visualise, explore and simulate scenarios in 3D, and high-productivity cloud-native collaboration workflows. Digitalisation technologies are a proven technology and have been used for over two decades in civil infrastructure, architecture and public safety, but their potential has yet to be fully realised in the manufacturing space where significant disruption now requires manufacturers – in particular brownfield site owners – to rethink their manufacturing equipment and use of space.
According to research conducted by Forrester and commissioned by Hexagon, 32% of manufacturers believe that outdated or ineffective manual processes and workflows are barriers to productivity and collaboration. Digital Factory is a future-ready alternative to traditional factory planning that enables manufacturers to not only ramp up productivity, but also increase efficiency in remodelling, preventing costly mistakes. It also empowers more efficient collaboration between manufacturing and operations teams from anywhere in the world. The core of this solution is improved access to up-to-date data in immersive virtual environments that reflect reality, addressing a major barrier that smart factory initiatives face today.
Digital Factory leverages a comprehensive portfolio of hardware and software solutions that includes Hexagon’s award-winning range of reality capture technology – such as the Leica BLK2GO handheld imaging laser scanner, the Leica BLK ARC autonomous scanning module for robotic and mobile carriers and terrestrial laser scanners like the Leica RTC360 – that allow manufacturers to capture and create dimensionally-accurate point clouds of the factory floor using the Leica Cyclone software portfolio and Hexagon’s Reality Cloud Studio, powered by the HxDR, manufacturers can easily collaborate and quickly process data from Hexagon or a customer’s preferred scanning hardware to recreate up-to-date 3D spaces with speed and flexibility.
Hexagon offers complete workflows to ensure manufacturers achieve the maximum value, from scanning the factory and processing the data into actionable 3D models for various applications, to managing the data in the cloud, making it easier for team members and external stakeholders to provide feedback and make informed decisions. By using Digital Factory, manufacturers will be able to:
Conduct virtual tours for remote factory monitoring – Lead a digital tour of a factory with remote access, eliminating the need for managers and contractors to travel onsite.Remote team collaboration – Facilitate remote collaboration among key teams and stakeholders at any time, using cloud-based tools with analysis and modelling capabilities with on-demand data. Factory planners and production managers can make decisions remotely and provide feedback with confidence based on reliable and up-to-date data.Plan and remodel factory layouts with accuracy and detail – Capture precise measurements of a factory, creating an exact and reliable digital model that can be accessed anytime from anywhere. Factory owners can regularly monitor the progress of production lines under construction in meticulous detail, avoiding the costs associated with unexpected errors.Easily upgrade and install equipment – Introduce and upgrade machinery such as machining centres, 3D printers, robotics and metrology systems by evaluating their addition or replacement in a risk-free digital model. This helps prevent expensive mistakes such as ordering incorrect parts, not having sufficient footprint or access to install a machine.Create operational test-beds and innovate faster – By testing out new machines, factory floor layouts and workflows in the virtual 3D environment, companies can quickly identify feasibility and emissions considerations, enabling them to better understand the potential benefits of new technology and make future-ready smart factories a reality.Nicholas Lachaud Bandres, VP Industry Solutions at Hexagon commented: “Hexagon has developed a deep understanding of manufacturers’ needs. Digital Factory allows to bring the physical world into an accurate virtual sandbox of their factories on-demand. Collaborating with their team and suppliers, they can consider ‘what-if’ scenarios to shape more effective plant designs and layouts and oversee implementation with irrefutable and accessible 3D plans. We’re making the digital factory more affordable and accessible, and we’re excited to see how our customers apply this to ramp up and remain competitive with smarter factories.”
Digital Factory is designed to integrate with existing customer workflows. It is interoperable with Building Information Modelling (BIM) applications, Hexagon’s HxGN EAM enterprise asset management solutions and popular CAD software such as AutoCAD and Bentley.
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High resolution images of a digitized factory, virtual machine deployment and factory scanning are available.
*Hexagon estimates that the cost of missing a factory digital reality can be up to €210,000 per year per site. For a global manufacturing company with 200 sites, this amounts to €42 million annually. This calculation considers the costs associated with errors due to outdated factory layouts, a 50% reduction in travel and travel-related expenses, and a 50% reduction in on-site training by implementing virtual factory visits and virtual training instead. Additionally, it accounts for the CO2 emissions that can be saved.
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Robin Wolstenholme Global Media Relations and Analyst Relations Manager Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence Division Phone: +44(0)7407 642190 e-mail: [email protected]
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About Hexagon
Hexagon is a global leader in digital reality solutions, combining sensor, software and autonomous technologies. We are putting data to work to boost efficiency, productivity, quality and safety across industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, public sector, and mobility applications. 
Our technologies are shaping production and people related ecosystems to become increasingly connected and autonomous – ensuring a scalable, sustainable future. Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division provides solutions that use data from design and engineering, production and metrology to make manufacturing smarter. For more information, visit hexagonmi.com.
Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B) has approximately 23,000 employees in 50 countries and net sales of approximately 4.3bn Euro. Learn more at hexagon.com and follow us @HexagonAB.
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