Smart Mobility is a new generation of disruptive ‘smart’ applications that use information about the user’s context (sensor presence, identity, location, etc.) to deliver enriched services that adapt in real time according the user’s situation to mobile devices.
As a major IT supplier to the UK transport industry and with more than 30 years’ experience in delivering ticketing systems, Atos has designed, built and now runs “redspottedhanky.com”, the first consumer service from an IT B2B player.
This innovative new website provides fares for all journeys across the UK and delivers a price promise to match a cheaper fare if the customer finds one by refunding the difference in loyalty points direct to the customer’s account.
The strict control of blood sugar levels is necessary for assessing precisely patients’ insulin doses in every specific situation. A tight blood glucose level control requires frequents measurements and complex algorithms for assessing the insulin dose needed to adjust for short term variations in activity, diet and stress.
Atos Worldline, which brings together Atos expertise in Hi-Tech transactional services, has been selected by Société Générale to develop and host new mobile services allowing it to offer its customers the most comprehensive mobile banking application on the market.
Launched this month on iPhone and iPod Touch, the "Appli" will also be adapted for other platforms. This intuitive and practical application allows Société Générale to strengthen relations with its customers while also meeting their need for mobility.
A revolution is coming. A new generation of intelligent applications that can adapt to your immediate situation and deliver real-time and relevant data. Transforming the way organizations interact with their customers and turning customer loyalty into customer immediacy.
Augmented Reality (AR) cannot really be called a ‘new technology’, but for first time it is available and ready to change the way people will interact with the world. Atos sees augmented reality becoming a part of everyone’s reality in the next few years, transforming mobiles into advanced sensors and lives into connected networks.