Things Matter The user experience of the Internet of Things in Spain

| March 23, 2018

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There are two ways to consider connected things. Some see them as just another technological device, a game, or perhaps a tool, depending on the type of deployment. I prefer to see them as a path we are walking along together, thousands, millions of people, each one with their own personal path, according to their personality and with their own horizon.

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