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Hailed as the future gold mine of the digital economy, the Internet of Things encompasses billions of connected objects whose data is managed on networks. How can we meet the connectivity needs of all these connected objects? How can we develop an ecosystem of applications and services that turns innovation into tangible benefits in our daily lives? That is up for debate.

Health applications and wearables: impacts on the medical ecosystem and practices

In producing health data, smart objects bode well for a revolution in the health sector. Curative until now, practices are becoming more preventive, personalised, and collaborative around multidisciplinary teams. These smart objects impact the health ecosystem and raise questions on the evolution of responsibility as well as the modes of operation of public and private health insurances.
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Smart agriculture

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The race is on to make smart devices safe

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Innovative services that are supporting agriculture in Africa

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Connected greenhouses: how the Internet of things can feed the planet

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Show Hello 2018: Live Module, a smart booster to connect devices using LTE-M

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Show Hello 2018: Djingo goes pro

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