Wearable devices have enabled athletes to measure calories, sleep, heart rate, oxygen intake, and countless other metrics; helping them analyze and optimize their performance.
The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (DCHS) has conducted an online survey each year since 2008, polling a nationally represented sample of adults in the U.S. about their experiences and attitudes towards health care to better understand consumer interests, preferences, and attitudes.
Traditional supply chains progress in a very structured manner, with each step dependent on the one before it: develop, plan, source, make, deliver, support.
One of the hottest topics in business today is known as the Internet of Things (IoT).
An up-and-coming revolution in mobility is known as MaaS: Mobility as a Service.
Even though the 21st century arrived without teleportation, colonies on Mars, and many other futuristic technologies that were predicted, the prospect of self-driving cars is now on the horizon.
As part of their series on mobility, Deloitte University Press explored how human behavior can cause delays in the adoption of new technology in the article “Framing the future of mobility: Using behavioral economics to accelerate consumer adoption.”
“The future of mobility: What’s next?”, published as part of the Deloitte series on the future of mobility, analyzes the impending and rapidly approaching transformation of the mobility ecosystem that we currently experience today.