An overview of the fundamental concepts driving the science of Data Economics
A broad introduction covering the science of Data Economics, the Data Economics Company (DECO), and its flagship product, the Lydion Data Economics Operating System (Lydion DEOS). Serves as a good introduction to the more in-depth scientific and technical materials available on the Science page.
A comprehensive introduction to Data Economics science, Lydion DEOS technology – including an appendix with a high-level look at the Lydion DEOS architecture– and how products called Lydion Solutions that power Data Economic Networks (DENETs) are created using the Lydion DEOS being developed with enterprise and academic partners.
This deck is also a good companion to the Introduction of Data Economics textbook and contains detailed diagrams illustrating the key concepts introduced in Chapters 2 to 5.
Companies in the industrial and capital-goods sectors account for about one-quarter of global GDP and employment and make materials and goods that are integral to our daily lives, such as the metal alloys for the cars we drive and the apparel we wear. These companies have to manage extremely complicated and globally-interconnected value chains which need to account for capital assets (tools and machinery), processing operations, and transportation of both raw materials and finished goods.