The company Abiro AB has been shut down. The listed Properties are now owned by Anders Borg privately, and are available for acquisition. Anders Borg still provides the mentioned Offerings via agents, but less so. This site and CliqTags will be kept running for the time being for the information.
It’s been made more clear how different properties relate to each other on Properties. Added today are Abiro Energy Prophet and Abiro Stargazer, both based on the results from AIRE – AI for Real Estate. Other IoT-related properties are Abiro IoT, Abiro Meters and Abiro LoRa Keys.
Abiro is a partner to Sensative regarding IoT solutions. E.g. Abiro IoT is integrated with their IoT platform Yggio. Sensative held its first conference today called Sense1. It’s still ongoing, but it’s mainly a repetition of the day’s talks for Americans. Sensative – Sense1 Lots of interesting information. Most of the material will be available Read more about Sensative in conference[…]
Proptech is short for property technology, in other words technologies for real estate, smart cities etc. Abiro Meters was recently added to the map: Proptech-kartan 2021: unik lista med alla proptech-startups i Sverige!
Abiro Meters is a new offering that visualizes and analyzes energy data. Abiro Meters
Abiro has been involved in an Articial Intelligence / Machine Learning project that was completed end of August with great results. AIRE – AI for Real Estate
Here’s another take on smartphone status and trends for 2020: InternetAdvisor – Smartphone Statistics in 2020: Everything in Your Pocket ~3.5B users (of a total 0f 4.8B mobile phone users) of smartphones worldwide. There are lots of details here, so dig in. My thoughts: Smartphones are no longer considered special phones, but rather perfectly normal Read more about More smartphone stats[…]
Update 2021-05-12: Here’s another more recent take on the topic: Phones by the numbers: 22 surprising smartphone statistics Here’s a guest post by Jodie Manners at UK Web Host Review, that’s in line with Abiro’s view of the market, and it’s a good read. Why You Should Care About Mobile Marketing In 2020 The data Read more about Smartphone stats 2020[…]
I did in 2011. Interesting to see if any of this is still relevant today. Blowing bubbles… Blowing bubbles, episode 2 A lot has happened since 2011, and now social media is so established it’s part of the worldwide culture and how we overall communicate. I had hoped Facebook wouldn’t have become the behemoth it Read more about Ranting about social media[…]