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[…]
Physical Web Association (PHWA) aims to promote the use of beacons for context-based information access and interaction via mobile devices. From the site: What is the Physical Web Association? The Physical Web Association (PHWA) is a non-profit community established to advance the future development of the Physical Web. Our main goals are to drive its Read more about Anders Borg joins Physical Web Association[…]
My first programmable calculator was Texas Instruments TI-58C (C as in constant/persistent memory for programs), and it was “Christmas” when I got it and for as long as I used it, until the keys broke. Nowadays a smartphone is much more powerful than calculators (including when compared to modern calculators) so an app that does Read more about Nostalgia: TI-58/59 on the phone[…]
This work was done to see how small, and secondarily power-efficient, an Arduino/LoRa solution can be, as a preparation for education and measurements in the field. I used a clone (Adafruit Feather 32u4 RFM95), that is software-wise fully compatible with an Arduino and supported by Arduino IDE, including uploading of software, but has slightly more Read more about Evaluating Arduino with LoRa[…]
Here’s a summary of findings indicating there’s still Internet evolution going on, and not the least China and Asia as a whole is still very much a growing market. Africa should be next. Internet Statistics & Trends in 2019
We’ve extensively updated the visualization aspects of Abiro IoT, as well as made basic marketing material. Abiro IoT The presentation is only in Swedish as of now. Please check it out.
Abiro IoT is now fully integrated with Sensative’s IoT platform Yggio and Microsoft Power BI. Data generated by Yggio is logged in Abiro IoT and either visualized locally or via Power BI, either by importing historical data or setting up a streaming dataset. See Abiro IoT for more information.
Abiro is in collaboration with Sensative AB, a company providing IoT sensors, called Strips, and an IoT platform, focused on real estate. Initially we are talking about complementing the offering with user-facing applications like visualisation, analysis, alarms, feedback loops etc, based on customer needs. As a first step, and as a showcase, a basic data Read more about Collaboration with Sensative[…]
My main goal with vlogging is to make promotional and instructional videos. So far results have been terrible, so I haven’t published anything yet, but it will hopefully get better. I watched Udemy – Vlogging for Beginners (free course) and also noted a few things of my own: Use any device you have handy. Phone or camera doesn’t Read more about To get started with vlogging[…]