In 2013 Doug Stephens, founder of the Retail Prophet website, stated:
“We will see more disruption in the next 10 years of retail than we did in the previous 1,000.”
The exponential growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is now under everyone’s watch. In particular, according to a recent study by IoT Analytics, the IoT market currently has 7 billion connected devices worldwide.
As December 25 approaches, the days of Santa and his Elves are becoming frenetic and more demanding. Fortunately, in the last year the Internet of Things has been fully integrated into the world’s most famous toy industry.
In the last decade we have witnessed the advent of a disruptive technological wave, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, there are around 12 billion smart devices in the world. Regarding the future, Cisco expects 37 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2020. Continue reading “Internet of Things and Consumer Behavior”
Cos’è una smart city?
Si definisce smart city quella città che sfrutta la tecnologia per trasformare le infrastrutture alimentando uno sviluppo economico sostenibile e mettendo in primo piano la qualità della vita dei propri cittadini.
Continue reading “È Milano la smart city d’Italia”
A study conducted by Zebra has concluded that knowledge of the Internet of Things is increasing. According to this survey, which involved 908 companies, 57% of companies in the sample have a well-defined roadmap for the adoption of IoT solutions. However, only 36% have currently implemented IoT within the organization. The remaining 62% are expected to adopt connected technologies soon. Continue reading “The challenges that enterprises face with the IoT”
The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution has undoubtedly arrived and has now permeated all sectors. In the past year alone there were around 8.4 billion connected devices in the world. This number is expected to exceed 25 billion in 2020 (source: Gartner).
We hear more and more often about Internet of Things, but what is it? What is the situation of the global market, and particularly the Italian one regarding new connected technologies?
Conad del Tirreno, operating with the signboards: E.Leclerc Conad, Conad Superstore, Conad, Conad City and Margherita, associates 212 business partners – 120 in Tuscany and La Spezia province, 40 in Lazio, 52 in Sardinia – in 2016, it has generated revenues of over 2.39 billion euros.
That 2017 was the year of the consolidation of IoT in the world is a fact, especially in light of the reports that were drawn up at the end of the year. To date, 85% of companies globally and 92% of Italian companies are interested in implementing IoT by 2019 to innovate their business and make it more efficient.