Introduction of interconnected devices, as time goes by, create an ecosystem that produces interactions, changing the way in which we manage our environment. From the inside of a Smart Home, in which meters and sensors receive and send information, to remote surgery and robotics, there is a common denominator: Data that moves with speed and security, either to turn a washing machine on, or to stop a bleeding with robotic forceps. Of course, when it comes to mobile applications, the Connected Car has now its own privileged place, raising security and comfort to a new level!
From the not so distant reality of self-driving cars, to e-calls today, our loyal daily companion has its own mobile substance, which allows it to communicate autonomously with the manufacturer, receive updates and information, and its systems up to date, while notifying the user about their status. The popular quote: “knowledge is power”, is now more relevant than ever. In Digital Transformation, increasing productivity is the goal, though there are many side benefits. For example, data analysis creates a core of knowledge, around which a new form of artificial intelligence is built, that constantly evolves, fueled by new sources of data.
Transportation & logistics, e-shopping, visiting areas, as well as many other useful open data, can be exported for multiple uses, from e-business and marketing to crisis management. For now, only network providers have access to this huge, but rather underestimated volume of information, that comes from the mobile devices of their subscribers. On a global level, it’s estimated that they could increase their revenue by 47 billion dollars, by producing both for themselves and other companies, usable information that comes from data analysis.