A hybrid mix of connectivity-enabled technology, integrated into real physical environments to enhance shopping and buying experiences, is expected to be a common element of everyday life in 2030 by the vast majority of current early adopters. The prediction is among the findings in the latest Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC).Ten Hot Consumer Trends report.
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On the occasion of marking the Day of the University of Mostar, robot Leo Rover was presented at the University, and the University also organized a Hackathon for students. Leo Rover is a part of the Smart Campus project, which is being implemented by the University of Mostar in cooperation with the strategic partners, HT Eronet and Ericsson Nikola Tesla. Leo Rover is a mobile robot managed via LTE network of HT Eronet, and this platform has the option to be extended by various sensors and enables the development of various use cases, to be applied in concrete business systems. Within this cooperation, the plan is also to implement 5G Smart Campus in the near future.