Each issue of FutureScot Magazine features interviews with digital leaders and disruptors, policymakers and grassroots groups, and is the go-to platform for public sector digital transformation leaders in Scotland. Featuring analysis of government initiatives, public sector technology news and thought leadership, new design approaches and skills development.
FS Magazine Digital Transformation Portfolios:
- Government: In-depth interviews and reports of all the latest developments in Scottish 'GovTech', profiling agencies who are designing a new era of 'tech for good' services;
- AI: Launch of Scotland's AI strategy;
- Built environment: Reporting on the 'digital infrastructure revolution', featuring innovative ways to improve performance, efficiency, data management in building management and design. There will be a full report on the 2020 Asset and Digital Built Environment Conference;
- Health & Care: Reporting on Scotland's digital health and care market, and how data and analytics are about to herald a new era of healthcare, plus spotlights on FutureScot's Digital Health & Care Conference;
- Skills: Reporting on the digital technologies and practices that are transforming teaching and learning in schools, colleges, universities and their relationship with industry;
- Justice: Featuring the latest in intra-agency data sharing, innovation and service design between the principal Scottish justice agencies, with the goal of improving the user experience, reducing victim and witness harm and enhancing public safety;
- Smart Cities: Covering the smart technologies, IoT devices and underpinning 5G infrastructure that will revolutionise the way we live our lives;
- Horizontals: FutureScot reflects the changing landscape of public sector digital transformation showcasing technologies including: Cyber Security; Artificial Intelligence; IoT; Virtual/Augmented Reality; Data & Cloud; Digital transformation. If you have a product or service that relates to our portfolio areas, get in touch!
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