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9 key issues affecting mobile design

17 Mar 2015  | Jennifer Baljko

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Standardising interactions in connected systems

Standardising interactions

For many years now, the mobile phone has been positioned as the "remote control for life," a sun in the centre of the universe, if you will, Fjord noted in its report. Today, new devices (wearables, nearables, hearables, sensors) could shift that role.

As the world moves towards multitudes of connected systems and services, ecosystems of devices could be better integrated with open standards such as OpenRemote, according to the firm.

Fjord recommends looking for ways to combine "effortless interaction, specific sensing capability established by the device, the right communication protocol and the supporting cloud data analytics service" and piggybacking on already-standardised ecosystems.

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