How many times did you check your phone today? According to the Android app Locket, the average person checks their phone 110 times a day. So it’s not surprising that building mobile apps continues to be a high priority for insurers.
The Decid’ Assur will take place next Tuesday 28th in Paris at “L’Espace Étoile Saint-Honoré”. The event is the largest French meeting point for technological solution providers and professionals from the Insurance industry to offer to Insurance managers and decision-makers an overview of the most innovative and technology trends across the market.
Car companies and internet giants are all betting big that self-driving cars will be the wave of the future and they are racing to own as big a share of that future as possible. The relative success of self-driving cars, and the degree to which the motoring public embraces them, will be an interesting case to see how willing people are to trust algorithms.
There are over 3 billion people connected to the internet right now, via any kind of device and connection. The word “Digital” influences every part of our daily life, from the office to home. Read more
The mobile revolution has not only arrived, it is gaining momentum. As consumers continue to adopt mobile devices, tablets and smartphones in record numbers, businesses are seeking to identify new ways to benefit from the always available and always connected advantages these devices offer. Read more
Italians love smartphones and use them more than the other European citizens: 60% of Italians have a smartphone for messaging and for social networking. WhatsApp and Facebook are the most commonly used apps in Italy. (comScore) And worldwide more than 1.5 billion people use smartphone and 1.7 billion people use social media. (Wired) Read more
For the past hundred years, innovation within the automotive sector has created safer, cleaner, and more affordable vehicles, but progress has been incremental. The industry now appears close to substantial change, engendered by autonomous, or “self-driving,” vehicle technologies. Read more