An average of 13,000 emergency response calls are managed every day in the Comunitat Valenciana region. Each year around 7 million people are assisted by the emergency services. To ensure the optimal utilization of public safety resources, the 112 Comunitat Valenciana (112CV) requires the right decision-making processes to be in place to ensure a secure and speedy response to all its emergency calls.
The winners of the Ericsson Application Awards for 2011 are developers who solve problems of domestic food waste and help friends and experts inform consumers whether they are making a good purchase.
Cities will drive creativity and development in all industries, and ICT will play a key role.
The information-driven global value chain is already changing the business landscape in a big way. According to researcher Catherine Mulligan, operators risk becoming tier-two suppliers — unless they evolve
More than 80 journalists from thirty countries visited Ericsson’s third annual Business Innovation Forum, held May 10-11 in Silicon Valley, California. Ten speakers with diverse backgrounds – ranging from a firefighter to a venture capitalist – joined Ericsson executives and specialists for an agenda that touched on all aspects of the Networked Society and its potential to improve the lives of people, business, and society.
One of the greatest benefits of connectivity is that it doesn’t discriminate. In the past, generational changes could almost be defined by who used different technologies. It separated teenagers from parents, and parents from grandparents. Connectivity is different. It benefits senior members of society as much as digital natives, as the cases of two Irish pensioners prove.