The SAP Next-Gen program is an innovation platform for the SAP ecosystem enabling companies, partners and universities to connect and innovate with purpose linked to the UN Global Goals. In partnership with the Hasso Plattner Institute SAP Next-Gen recently opened its doors on the 48th floor of SAP’s new offices at Hudson Yards in New York City. Hybris Labs had the honour to contribute five prototypes to their innovation hub. Continue reading
As you may have noticed our blog was down for a while. The reason is very simple. We moved office space and dropped it…
But now we put it in a very safe place.
Parallel to the SAP Hybris Digital Summit 2017 we want to take a look at the past year through the eyes of Hybris Labs. We decided to name our 2016 “The Year of IoT”. The very first Labs IoT prototype does of course date back to 2014 and came in the shape of the original Smart Wine Shelf. But what we like to refer to as the “mastery of IoT” involves achievements such as the replication and adaptation of our prototypes, enabled through YaaS, the distribution of our demos to events across the globe, and the very first Hybris Labs prototype with an SAP Hybris customer. Continue reading
Even though a Bullseye-Tour of South America does sound quite appealing, we saw more sense in enabling our colleagues to build, configure, set up, and conduct the demo themselves. So while Georg and Nick were in Mexico City they took the opportunity to share some Bullseye and also Infinite Cart expertise. There was only one minor drawback. The main component of the Bullseye platforms, a microcontroller called “Teensy-LC USB Board”, is a slightly exotic piece of equipment and therefore not easily purchasable in all countries. Our Colombian colleagues were faced with exactly this problem. Them being under some time pressure, we decided to try our luck in the electronic stores of downtown Mexico City. Continue reading
It’s been around now for a while, but it’s never too late for a quick summary.