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comprendre l'évolution du droit de la propriété intellectuelle en fonction des usages du numérique
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Protecting Knowledge Assets: Wearable Tech I Candice Decaire and Dario Machleidt

Protecting Knowledge Assets: Wearable Tech I Candice Decaire and Dario Machleidt | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
This article provides a high-level overview of the competitive landscape for “wearables” and then discusses IP and trade secret strategies for protecting knowledge assets relating to the functional features of a specific wearable product.  For cybersecurity aspects of knowledge asset protection, stay tuned for some exciting posts in the coming weeks.
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Why 2016 Will Be The Year Of Mass Wearables Adoption

Why 2016 Will Be The Year Of Mass Wearables Adoption | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it

In the last 12 months, wearables have been a constant topic of conversation. The reaction has been mixed with some early adopters smugly telling anyone who listens that they were right and others—even the biggest fanboys—hedging their bets. According to Forrester Research, one in five U.S. adults either owns or has used a wearable and the market is poised to be one of the big tech earners of 2016.In 2014, only 10% of American adults admitted to having a wearable device. The Apple Watch was still a in production (announced in September 2014) and Fitbit was the poster child for a new wearable generation, but wearables were being hyped as the device that would break out in a big way in 2015.


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Denise Silber's curator insight, December 12, 2015 6:14 PM
Wearables will continue to grow...They will continue to be left behind as well for all the reasons we know...although the net result will be up. Let's watch and see.
Christophe Chambet-Falquet's curator insight, December 18, 2015 10:32 AM

This kind of article should be stored and reviewed in 2021.

Reading these lines, It seems that customer engagement is evident. After the fist wave of adoption, the key driver will be : what's my personal benefit compared to the drawbacks of wearing this wearable all day (and even night) long.

It will be the right moment to note that virtual data benefits does not fit the physical convenience drawbacks.

And then we will talk some more about customer engagement !

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Comment tirer parti des objets connectés pour transformer les communications unifiées I Yacine Mahfoufi

Comment tirer parti des objets connectés pour transformer les communications unifiées I Yacine Mahfoufi | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
Les "wearables" type montres connectées introduisent de nouveaux usages dans les entreprises et impactent les fonctionnalités des systèmes de communications unifiées.
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The Impact of Wearable Technology on Small Business I Rick Delgado

The Impact of Wearable Technology on Small Business I Rick Delgado | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
With small business’s flexibility and agility, they’ll be among the organizations that are most prepared to take advantage of wearable devices from the start.
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Wearable tech, maisons connectées, écrans incurvés... les 5 tendances de l’IFA 2014 I Marlene Goetz

Wearable tech, maisons connectées, écrans incurvés... les 5 tendances de l’IFA 2014 I Marlene Goetz | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
Jusqu'au 7 septembre, Berlin accueille l'IFA, le plus grand salon de l'électronique européen. A cette occasion, tous les grands fabricants du secteur viennent présenter leurs nouveautés au public. Au programme : des maisons connectées, des smartwatch, des téléviseurs à écrans incurvés et du streaming vidéo. Malgré un contexte économique difficile, les organisateurs veulent croire à un regain des ventes de produits électroniques pour la fin de l'année.
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IDC voit un marché des wearables en hausse

IDC voit un marché des wearables en hausse | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
Le cabinet d’analyse IDC estime que le volume de smartwatch, bracelets connectés et autres wearable livré au cours du 1er trimestre 216 est en hausse de 67,2% par rapport à l’année précédente.
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The Internet of Things Patent Landscape for Wearables I Julia Elvidge

The Internet of Things Patent Landscape for Wearables I Julia Elvidge | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it
The top five emerging markets for the Internet of Things – medical, fitness wearables, industrial, automotive, and smart homes – are driven by patented IP.
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A Periodic Table Of Wearable Technology I Brian Ballard

A Periodic Table Of Wearable Technology I Brian Ballard | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it

"There is a surprisingly rich ecosystem of devices, a plethora of uses, and importantly, a wealth (both in quantity and value) of markets that are investigating the value of wearables in the enterprise..."

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La Réponse Haptique : futur mode de commande des objets connectés ? I Geoffray

La Réponse Haptique : futur mode de commande des objets connectés ? I Geoffray | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it

'Encore peu connus, les haptics font l’objet de recherches tous azimuts de la part des grands fabricants d’électronique. En particulier, la réponse haptique est envisagée comme le mode de contrôle du futur pour les objets connectés, en particulier les Wearables.'

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Introducing The Chairless Chair You Can Wear, So You Can Sit Anywhere I Emily Thomas

Introducing The Chairless Chair You Can Wear, So You Can Sit Anywhere I Emily Thomas | Propriété Intellectuelle et Numérique | Scoop.it

'Those with desk jobs may be constantly looking for innovative ways to sit less, but Zurich-based startup noonee has configured a wearable technology that would allow workers who are constantly on their feet to sit more...'

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