Co-innovation and the ABB Drives experience

| June 25, 2018

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Digitalization is hastening the pace of technology development, forcing companies to assess and engage with an ever-widening set of potentially disruptive topics, from artificial intelligence to blockchain and quantum computing. To remain competitive, incumbents such as ABB must become more agile, proactively engaging with external players to increase the speed and effectiveness of their own innovation programs.

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