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Things in the Networked Society – connected and intelligent

Anything that can benefit from a connection will have one in the Networked Society.

About seven years ago, our former CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg stated that there would be 50 billion connected devices by 2020. That was mind-blowing at that time. What would all these devices do?

Since then, a lot has happened, and we have seen many other companies start to talk about the same thing. We have also seen tremendous smartphone growth from about 500 million smartphone subscriptions in 2010 to about 3.5 billion subscriptions today. Now we have started to see many different things getting connected. The Internet of Things (IoT), as it’s often called, even has its own day now, and every business looking for opportunity based on mobility and connectivity should be connecting both their products and processes.

Maersk_shipWe already have many examples of things getting connected and intelligent. Maersk’s entire shipping fleet has been connected for several years, both the ship and the containers. This has allowed Maersk to improve…

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Senaste tiden…

Den senaste tiden har det varit presentationer och mediaövningar i Moskva och Stockholm kring Networked Society och hur arbetslivet förändras.

Open Innovation – Moscow  1/11 paneldiskussion om “Smart devices and portable gadgets: How the Internet of things is changing the world” med en riktigt bra sammansättning i panelen: Ralph Simon modererade och vi som samtalade var Qaizar Hassonjee, Vice President Innovations, Wearable Sports Electronics, Adidas, Eugeny Kuznetsov, Director, Strategic Communications Department, RVC, Vladislav Martynov, General Director, Yota Devices, Sonny Vu, Founder, Misfit Wearables, Dmitry Kuznetsov, Country Marketing Director—Russia, Google och Ruslan Smelyanskiy, R&D Director, Applied Research Center for Computer Networks.

MEB-open-Innovation-2013

Mobile Future – Stockholm 7/11

Keynote presentation om “framtidens arbetsliv”. Hur förändras vårt arbetsliv när vi går in i det uppkopplade samhället, hur förändras vår syn på arbete var ämnet för dagen? Bra publik och kul med extra support på scenen!
Mobile Future MEB och GB
Photo credit @jennalee

Artikel om presentationen hittas här: http://www.mobil.se/ericsson-om-framtidens-arbetsliv-1.527927.html

Och PPT bilderna hittas här: http://www.slideshare.net/mikaeleb/ericsson-wl-mikaeeb131107

SIME Stockholm HR Summit

Vilka utmaningar finns i nästa generations arbetsliv, hur hittar man talanger, var tar företaget slut och var börjar privatlivet? Det var frågor vi ställde oss på SIME HR Summit. Extra gott stöd på scenen även här!

SIME MEB och GB
Photo credit @bylineMiranda

Scen-intervju med Tommie Cau och samtal med Marie Larsson Hallander  http://sime.nu/conferences/stockholm/stockholm-hr-summit/speakers-hr-summit/

ATEAs kundtidning Tomorrow kom ut för ett tag sedan med en intervju från Boot camp i somras http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/e9c5d17c#/e9c5d17c/40

Skärmavbild 2013-11-30 kl. 20.27.42
Photo credit: Jonas Borg

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