Internet of Place: innovation in the data-rich experiential economy

Youngs, G. 2016. Internet of Place: innovation in the data-rich experiential economy. Brighton, UK University of Brighton.

TitleInternet of Place: innovation in the data-rich experiential economy
AuthorsYoungs, G.
TypeWorking paper
Abstract

It’s all change in the innovation game in the Big Data and Internet of Things era.

Assumptions underpinning established technological drives need to be challenged to more effectively integrate people, places and things into what it means to innovate.

The data-rich experiential economy represents a new economic stage of embedded connectivity where virtual lives are enmeshed with diverse encounters with the physical world.

We are at the beginning of meeting these challenges and the ‘Internet of Place’ focus offers practical signposts for ways of doing so.

These build on insights around the greater potential for fusion of creative arts and design, technology and business, to fuel new forms of innovation in businesses and services.

New visions and strategies are the way forward . . .

FileInternetofPlaceFeb2016.pdf
Keywordsdigital economy, experiential economy, big data, internet of things, place, internet of place, creative arts, design, technology, innovation, business, services
Year2016
PublisherUniversity of Brighton
Place of publicationBrighton, UK
Publication dates
PublishedFeb 2016
Page range1-16
Web address (URL)http://eprints.brighton.ac.uk/14947/1/InternetofPlaceFeb2016.pdf

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