We share our thoughts on the current state and future of IoT economy as a contributor to the world biggest IoT blog : iotforall.com
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Thinking of start-up founders and young marketers working in the tech industry, we regularly publish so-called carousels delivering a digestible insight.
Our blog posts focus on IoT basics and vulgarisation. They are specifically aimed at students, non-engineers and everyone interested in the IoT world. On iotforall.com, you can read posts focused in particular on smart villages and the application of IoT in the rural areas.
Clubhouse is something more than a trendy new social app. In fact, it can be a very powerful tool, especially for the non-english speaking ecosystem (German-, French-, Dutch-, Russian-speaking), if you move now, and days are counted.
There is a point where tech revolutions meet and amplify each other. Nanotechnology will be a far bigger game-changer for IoT than 5G.
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The last-mile of delivery is the most costly part of the process, both in urban and rural areas, for different reasons. traffic congestion is the first and large distances are the second case.
Most companies see public decision processes — law and norms — as a black box for read-only. Although organising a huge and long lobbying campaign is likely to be both uncertain and expensive, it doesn’t mean you have to be disconnected from this world.
An initial American concept, the third-place (or tiers-lieu in French) becomes an essential link to the smart city transition projects in France. It acts as an igniter and catalyst to developing smart villages projects.
Several concomitant cultural trends are setting up the basis for the rise of IoT retrofitting business: how to give a second life to “dumb -but fancy- objects”.
Is there a minimum size requirement to deploy an IoT framework to become a smart city? A tiny French village of only 1500 inhabitants proves there isn’t.
In the southwest of Sweden, only 15 minutes drive from the regional capital Malmö, Lund developed an interesting approach to IoT public usability.
Not a day passes without news about the 5G network. But the Covid-19 crisis has reminded us that the most used wireless technology is still the good old Wifi. .And speaking of it, its latest version is round the corner: Wifi 6 — for 6 GHz.
Sensors cleaner, IoT chatting regulator, Data visual populariser, IoT coroner...Those entirely new jobs are created by the explosion and democratization of IoT in all sectors of the economy and our lives.
IoT items are intrinsically connected and produce data, which allows several and new ways to develop a viable business model. In this article, I want to focus on the 4 main widely used models, but keep in mind that this is evolving constantly.