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    Report 05.10.2019

    Smart Home: Look who’s talking!

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    During 2018 the Smart Home market in Italy reached a value of €380 million, registering extremely high growth (+52% compared to 2017) in the wake of smart home speakers, which were finally launched on the Italian market.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Report 08.29.2018

    No one is missing (almost): The Smart Home opens its doors

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    In 2017 the market for Internet of Things solutions for Smart Homes in Italy grew significantly (+35% compared to 2016, reaching 250 million euros), although there are still many obstacles to overcome: installation of products, integration of the offer with valued services and the presence of established brands are the three points on which we need to work over the coming months.
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    Report 04.13.2018

    Internet of Things: conncected or extinct!

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    2017 was a very positive year for the Internet of Things (IoT), both in Italy and worldwide, with businesses operating on a global scale creating internal departments and managerial roles dedicated to the IoT and showing a strong interest towards entrepreneurial initiatives, in view of open innovation.
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    Report 09.11.2017

    Smart Home: the Internet of Things is coming through your front door

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    The Smart Home is increasingly positioned as the central key point of the Internet of Things. Services, channels, business models, data value, privacy, cyber security, alliances, ecosystems, communication protocols and interoperability are just some of the pillars of this revolution that ignites the Italian and international competitive scenario, while new global players are starting to make their entrance in this market.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Report 09.06.2017

    Internet of Things: beyond objects, towards services

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    The Report aims to provide an overview of the main advancements of the IoT in Italy, highlighting the state of the art of applications and growth trends. The report presents an estimate of the spread and value of the IoT market in Italy at the end of 2016, taking into account the more consolidated applications that leverage “traditional” cellular connectivity, as well as those that adopt other communication technologies. The goal of the Report is to analyse also major emerging IoT areas which are expected to rapidly develop over upcoming years
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    Report 10.13.2015

    Internet of Things for the Smart City: a Roadmap to create value

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    The report illustrates the possible roadmap involving IoT technology to help in bringing the smart city into being in Italy. Numerous projects have been started in Italy, although lack of economic resources and appropriate skills is proving to be a stumbling block for starting large scale IoT projects within the smart city field. Synergy with smart metering for gas in a smart urban infrastructure perspective remains the preferred route to take.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Report 06.22.2015

    The Internet of Things in Italy: state-of-the-art and market trends

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    In this report, we will present an overall view of the main evolutions taking place within the Internet of Things in Italy, highlighting the state-of-the-art and principle trends of growth. The report also addresses our aim of analysing the diffusion and the market value of the most common IoT applications utilising mobile phone networks. We then will extend this analysis to the total value of the market in Italy, including the part based on other communication technologies (for example, WiFi, Wireless Sensor Networks).
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