In this video, several researchers at Ericsson ConsumerLab explain how they work, reveal some of their latest insights and present the value that ConsumerLab brings to the table.
In this video, Maria Åkerlund, Senior Advisor at Ericsson ConsumerLab, presents highlights from a new report showing that consumers living in urban environments are ready to "mobilize" their everyday activities by integrating their daily routines into their mobile phones. Exciting examples include connected shopping lists and smart travel planners.
Is the classroom history? In this video Mikael Eriksson Björling, Consumer Behavior Expert at Ericsson ConsumerLab, discusses how new technology will revolutionize education in the future.
Michael Björn, Head of Research at Ericsson ConsumerLab, presents the value that ConsumerLab brings to the table with more than 15 years’ experience of consumer research. Every year, we interview 100,000 people in more than 40 countries and 10 megacities, statistically representing the views of 1.1 billion people.
Ericsson ConsumerLab has cooperated with KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm on a new report on ICT and commuting. The report presents how ICT can facilitate commuting from a user point of view and make it more sustainable.
School is out – at least in the way we used to know it. Blackboards, pencils and slates are already becoming museum pieces. Soon textbooks might follow. Technology plays a key role in a radical transformation of education. This issues’ theme examines the role of the teacher, the role of traditional learning institutions as well as the role of corporate learning – all from the perspective of what new opportunities technology might bring.
Sam Pitroda, the man behind India’s communications revolution, believes that India must build its own technological ecosystems based on holistic, sustainable, Gandhian values that originate from rural realities.