According to the IDC IoT Global Survey 2019, European healthcare organizations see both security concerns and opportunities in the implementation of IoT projects. Internet of Things solutions in the healthcare environment can be used easily to secure environments, patients and workers within a complex, often big healthcare setting. Some examples include GPS location tracking of […]
Intelligent transportation constitutes the arteries of smart cities. If mobility in the city is congested, unsafe, polluted, and costly, citizens are unhappy.
Organizations in the Nordics are expected to spend more than €12 billion on Internet of Things (IoT) solutions this year. As the market shows signs of saturation and the current double-digit market growth is about to wane, a new customer segment is emerging.
Micro-mobility is changing how people move in European cities. It increases efficiency, environmental sustainability, and affordability of short trips. But there’s a long way to go to seamlessly integrate scooters, bikes, and mopeds in sustainable, affordable, and convenient city mobility ecosystems.