In a new age of remote healthcare, how is the internet of things enabling new forms of medical treatment, understanding and care?
When you think of bookcases or bedding, Ikea is naturally one of the first retailers that springs to mind – a testament to the brand’s domination of the home furnishings retail market.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a world in which the most ordinary items in our homes will be able to predict our needs, adapt to our tastes and market to us in new and intelligent ways.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more important for consumers and, consequently, marketers.
The internet of things presents big opportunities for a number of industries, ranging from healthcare to beauty. This is largely due to growing innovation in tech, with IHS Market predicting that the number of connected devices worldwide will reach 125 billion by 2030.
One of the most exciting opportunities comes from a marketing perspective, as the internet of things allows brands to go above and beyond traditional customer experience to anticipate needs, and to become truly embedded in the consumer’s world.
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.
Research, Trends and Best Practice
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