The Internet R-evolution
Coined by Kevin Ashton at a conference in 1993, the term quickly became reality. Real objects communicate with one another and receive information from other objects, to the point that programming household appliances on the network or retrieving analytical sport performance data using sensors along the route is, for many people, a daily activity carried out on a common smartphone.
Concretely virtual
Exprivia has undertaken a series of projects that concern home automation, robotics, avionics, biomedical devices, monitoring in industry, telemetry, wireless networks of sensors, supervision, detection of adverse events and environments and concepts of everyday life.
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By the year 2020, 20 billion devices will be connected to the Internet and the fields of interaction will increasingly include industrial production processes, logistics, infomobility, energy efficiency, remote maintenance and environmental protection. IoT is therefore potentially capable of having a positive effect on the very idea of business, work, study, health and life.

Focusing on these prospects, Exprivia has undertaken a series of projects that concern home automation, robotics, avionics, biomedical devices, monitoring in industry, telemetry, wireless networks of sensors, supervision, detection of adverse events and environments and concepts of everyday life.

Design areas:

Smart Factory

Smart City

Smart Environment

Smart Economy & People

Smart Energy

Smart Health

Smart Living

Smart Government

Smart Mobility


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