About the Author
Chris Schlueter Langdon is an engineer by training and a professor in Data Science and Analytics; his doctorate included Complex Adaptive Systems and simulation with Artificial Intelligence. At Deutsche Telekom he is Business Lead of Deutsche Telekom’s primary dataspace and analytics unit, Data Intelligence Hub (https://dih.telekom.com/en), and in this role Product Manager of Catena-X (https://catena-x.net/en/), and consortium leader of Gaia-X for Advanced Mobility Services (https://www.gaia-x4futuremobility.dlr.de/). Prior to joining Deutsche Telekom, he founded an award-winning business analytics startup, co-founded the Peter Drucker Customer Lab at Claremont Graduate University (https://research.cgu.edu/drucker-customer-lab/about/), and the Special Interest Group on Agent-based Systems of the Association for Information Systems (AIS, Wirtschaftsinformatik). Chris launched his career as a consultant with Accenture, moved to Silicon Valley, and later joined the data science & operations faculty of the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles. His research has been funded by Microsoft and Intel, among others; and results have been published in leading publications, such as in Communications of the ACM, journals of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Information Systems Research. Over the last two decades, Chris has become known for his success with data analytics and customer science for Fortune Global 100 clients like Mercedes-Benz, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, and Sony in the US, Europe, and China.
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Recent insights by Chris S. Langdon
PCF pilot with Catena-X technology
Ford, Flex, T-Systems International, and IBM have collaborated on a groundbreaking product carbon footprint (PCF) tracking pilot using Catena-X technology, the first open data ecosystem for the automotive industry. The pilot, demonstrated successfully at CES 2024, showcases the seamless exchange of PCF data across the supply chain, addressing industry challenges and establishing standards. Participants gain access to a free sandbox environment, Catena-X certified connectivity, and IBM's Supply Chain Intelligence Suite for tracing PCF values.
Chris S. Langdon
Jan 23, 2024
Product carbon footprint (PCF) tracking pilot with Catena-X technology: Ford, Flex, T-Systems, and IBM at CES 2024
Discover how T-Systems International, Flex, Ford, and IBM participated at CES 2024 in Las Vegas (January 9-12) for the unveiling of the groundbreaking CO2 tracking pilot using Catena-X technology. Attendees witnessed live demonstrations showcasing the data exchange capabilities and discover how to join the pilot.
Chris S. Langdon
Jan 19, 2024
CES 2024: How this Web3 tech breakthrough can help with primary CO2 emission data in automotive - visit us
Explore the revolutionary PCF pilot at CES 2024, where Cofinity-X, in collaboration with Ford, Flex, Deutsche Telekom's T-Systems, and IBM, addresses CO2 emissions in the automotive sector. Witness the cutting-edge solution leveraging Web3 technology, featuring a dataspace and digital twins, to establish a cross-organizational data chain. Visit us at LVCC West Hall, room 323, from Jan 9-11 to experience the live demo and join the PCF pilot data chain.
Chris S. Langdon
Jan 12, 2024