Machine-to-machine transport solutions are on the rise. Companies that rely on transportation or whose entire business activity implies a fleet of vehicles (such as leasing companies) are realizing that flexible, easy to implement solutions are key to streamline their value chain, and are looking forward to apply them to their business models.
If a company wants to deploy green solutions, the first step is being green at home. In Chile, where energy is a scarce (and expensive) resource, we wanted to bring new efficiency solutions. We have started with our own main building in Santiago de Chile, where we are developing a product along with two partners to save up to 30% of electric power.
Our world changes at a dramatic speed. In a few years, billions of devices will be connected to the Internet in order to be smarter and more efficient. The Internet of Things and M2M technology are unstoppable: their solutions provide us all with an opportunity to significantly improve the way we do things. In this post, I describe what I consider the top 10 M2M trends that the world will follow in the year 2014.
On August 25th, Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, passed away. During his lifetime, after his moon walking years, he watched many frontiers being conquered, as NASA turned his attention from the Moon to Mars.
From the moment that a customer sees the product’s signage to the payment, the whole retail process can be enhanced with machine-to-machine technology.