Today the digital summit (Digital Gipfel) of the Federal Government reaches its peak. After the prelude on Monday with panel discussions about intelligent networking, digital education or Smart City, today the digital transformation of the economy and digital health are on the main program.
Telekom is once again supporting the summit with a series of videos for the social media to provide citizens with an easy-to-understand insight into digitization. This year, a digital winemaker, the digital city and digital hospital are on our schedule.
Faster recovery thanks to digital medical reports
Thousands of files, tons of paper. This is what a hospital archive looks like today. But this is history in the Klinikum Mittelbaden. Here, doctors and nurses access the patients’ medical reports via iPad. And this means the end with file searches, illegible manuscripts or transmission errors. The bottom line is more time for the patients. They feel well informed and well cared, and this of course helps recovery.
Darmstadt is the „Digital City“
Ten years ago, Deutsche Telekom had initiated the multi-year "T-City" Friedrichshafen model project. Now comes a new edition: The winner of a "Digital City" contest organized by the Federal Association for Information Technology Bitkom has been announced yesterday in the course of the digital summit. Darmstadt, Heidelberg, Kaiserslautern, Paderborn and Wolfsburg have reached the finals. And the winner is: Darmstadt. What makes a city digital, we show you in 2:30 min.
German wine from digital winemakers
Ludwigshafen, the venue of the digital summit is located in a federal state known for its winegrowing. But international competition is getting tougher. German wine has to make its mark on quality and increase the value added for the producers. We have summarized what digitization can do.