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Mobile First: 22 may 2019, River Crossing

  1. RIVER CROSSING: 22 May 2019
  2. ➡ Spatial computing ➡ Virtual reality ➡ Augmented Reality ➡ 5 G ➡ IoT ➡ AI ➡ Unified Communications MWC Barcelona
  3. “digital content should be free to roam the world around us” Spatial computing
  4. ➡ experiences ➡ collaboration ➡ digitising ➡ mapping ➡ training / education ➡ gaming opportunities
  5. Virtual reality
  6. ➡ experiences ➡ emergency services ➡ tourism ➡ education ➡ gaming opportunities
  7. Augmented Reality
  8. ➡ Maps and Tourism ➡ Teleconference Apps ➡ Painting Apps ➡ Medical Apps ➡ Data Visualisation ➡ Real-Time Shopping Experience ➡ Collaboration ➡ Sports Apps ➡ Education With Fun ➡ Marketing opportunities
  9. 5 G It promises mobile data speeds that far outstrip the fastest home broadband network currently available to consumers. With speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second, 5G is set to be as much as 100 times faster than 4G. Low latency is a key differentiator between 4G and 5G. By 2024, 5G subscriptions will reach 1.5 billion, and coverage will blanket over 40 percent of the world's population. Vodacom Group released a 5G trial in Lesotho in August 2018. Rain plans to roll out 5G. They've estimated a release date of early 2019. MTN Group Limited partnered with Ericsson in November 2018, to deploy a fixed wireless access 5G site in Midrand.
  10. Internet of Things (IoT)
  11. IoT opportunities
  12. Smart Places
  13. AI or artificial intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning, reasoning and self-correction. Some of the applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition and machine vision.
  14. Unified Communications Unified communications (UC) is a business and marketing concept describing the integration of enterprise communication services. UC is not necessarily a single product, but a set of products that provides a consistent unified user interface and user experience across multiple devices and media types.
  15. What else?
  16. 2,75m670k811k Mobile for web & Mobile for communications
  17. Mobile in Namibia
  18. Your web site
  21. 1. Mobile Apps Offer Better Personalisation 2. Ease of Sending Notifications 3. Making Use of Mobile Device Features 4. Ability to Work Offline 5. Freedom in Design 6. New Branding Experience 7. Users Spend More Time on Apps 8. New Stream of Conversions 9. Brand Presence 10. Apps Can Work Faster Than Websites To app or not to app
  22. 1. Why do you want an app? 2. Main purpose? 3. Secondary purposes? 4. Android, iOs, etc? 5. eCommerce or not? 6. How will it be promoted? 7. Who will manage it? 8. Can it be scaled over time? 9. Analytics? 10. Monetized? Your app plan
  23. Mobile for communications
  24. rich communication service
  25. rcs features Google Infrastruc ture location sharing read receipts share media while on a call mpics 100 mb pics group chats video calls 55 operators updates via Playstor e
  26. social media: overview
  27. Twitter
  28. Instagram
  29. LinkedIn
  30. Facebook
  31. Facebook
  32. social media mobile fails Images / posts that were designed as flyers / print ads
  33. social media mobile fails cover pics that don’t fit mobile
  34. some general #socialmedia notes Facebook offers Never stop checking your analytics respond quickly create events stick to a plan advertise content to suit the platform content to suit the audience video engage exclusive content / offers connect online with offline links to your accounts
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