• Camunda at NASA: Perseverance prepares to land...

    A mammoth seven-month, 470-million-km (292,044-million-miles) journey is about to come to an end — in just a few short hours the Perseverance rover is scheduled to touch down on Mars.  But the hardest part of the journey is still to come. The descent down to the Red Planet, dubbed “seven minutes of terror” by NASA engineers, will see Perseverance slow its descent from a blistering 20,000km/h (12,427m/ph) down to a ‘slow walk’, before gently landing in Jezero Crater. A NASA illustration showing the Perseverance heat shield separation, which will occur during descent today — Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA Mission Control expects to receive confirmation that it has hit the top of the Martian atmosphere at around 21:48 CET / 15:48 EST...

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  • Automation Reinvented

    How Deutsche Telekom scaled automation fast – using RPA and Camunda  Deutsche Telekom, one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies, manages one of Europe’s largest Robotic Process Automation (RPA) implementations, automating more than 450 processes managed by 3000 unattended bots. Despite achieving savings of more than EUR 93 million last year through RPA, Deutsche Telekom’s Service division, which takes care of 100 million customer requests each year, has embarked on a mission-critical journey to gradually transition from frontend to backend automation, replacing bots with APIs. Significant Scale Deutsche Telekom’s digital transformation journey began in 2015 as the business sought to tackle pain points in manual customer service processes, according to Vice President Service IT  Marco Einacker. However, with underlying...

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