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The marketing (to) automation problem: How will IoT products sell their services to other devices?

Data becomes more valuable when you share it.

Waze users share traffic data to help each other to have better car journeys. Uber users generate information about taxi journeys which can help town planners. Medical devices may share data to give doctors a more complete picture of the patients’ situation.

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Low cost IoT will redefine the consumer purchase path

We're on the edge of a new wave of connectivity.

One that promises to change the way people behave and buy; and in turn will force retailers and consumer goods companies to change the way they serve and interact with their customers. The 'Innovators' are already out there rapidly prototyping, testing, learning and changing their businesses to embrace it.

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Three ways the Internet of Things will improve business efficiency by harnessing big data

When we hear about the Internet of Things (IoT) we often think of consumer products like wireless thermostats and multiroom speakers, meaning business uses are often overlooked.

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10 examples of the Internet of Things in healthcare

The next decade may well see a revolution in treatment and diagnosis of disease, as the Internet of Things (IoT) is brought to bear on medicine.

Here are 10 examples of IoT in healthcare.

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Digital fallacies we should forget in 2017

Digital moves fast and the tech press moves faster.

But which are the fallacies we must remind ourselves of in 2017?

Here are seven...

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How the Internet of Things will fundamentally change marketing

A few weeks ago I wrote a post that looked at why marketers need to pay attention to the Internet of Things (IoT).

An Econsultancy subscriber posed some interesting questions in the comments section of that post, so this article is an attempt to respond to his points.

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Why marketers need to pay attention to the Internet of Things

Last week I attended Web Summit, now one of the world’s largest tech conferences.

Most of the talks that I attended were at the digital marketing stage although I did make time to attend talks at the data and analytics stage, the content maker’s stage and design stage. 

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For IoT medical device firms, security issues are no longer just bad PR

More and more of the world is connected thanks to the rise of the internet of things.

The healthcare industry, like so many others, is one of those being greatly affected by this trend, as everything from wearables to implanted medical devices are getting connected.

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Nest's termination of Revolv shows how IoT can sting consumers

What does Google's closure of Revolv (the smart home hub) tell us about the potential pitfalls of the internet of things?

Let's stir things up a bit and look into the not-so-distant future.

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Why won't internet fridges go away?

Every year at CES, internet fridges delight the masses (of journalists) who scurry off to write arch pieces on the internet of things.

I didn't attend CES, but nevertheless I'd like my oportunity to shout into the wind.

Please. I need this.

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Atmospheric marketing: Riding the tidal wave of IoT data

The tide may already have turned towards big data, but the waves are about to get a whole lot bigger. 

From watches and wearables, to beacons and smart home systems, connected devices are expected to exceed 38bn by 2020, and each one will generate valuable data about what consumers think and how they behave.

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Six internet-of-things applications in big new government trial

Manchester, England, is set to be the UK demonstrator city for internet-of-things innovation.

Of course, there is much smart technology already in action across many major cities, but the CityVerve Project, awarded £10m by the UK Government, is different in aiming to improve services for residents and working with both the public and private sectors.

Here are six of the project's internet-of-things (IOT) initiatives.

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