When was the last time you bought a scale to weigh yourself? If it was long ago, you were living at the time in an analog world and your scale would respond to this model: Do you want to know your weight? Then measure your weight. That’s all. If you have bought one not too long ago,
“Robots will care for 80% of Japanese elderly people by 2020.” I read this in the news over breakfast early February. A Google search showed that it was content from news agencies. La Vanguardia,The Guardian, El Español and a long list of other media presented similar content. I hooked on the issue and decided to continue reading…This was already being discussed three years ago, although under different strategies.
Cuatroochenta presents at the Madrid Stock Exchange short-term plans to go public on the alternative trading system MAB, boosted by the Entorno Pre-Mercado (EpM) platform
“It is helping us change our mindset from startup to company. Compliance with requirements for MAB public listing is helping professionalize management and processes at all levels, which is in turn resulting in improved outcomes.”
The word blockchain is everywhere on the web, but there’s another word that’s not receiving half the attention and is steadily moving towards changing -thanks to its technology- the way we relate to machines and, by extension, to databases. That word is BOT, short for robot or chatbot.
You will not find here a set of tools to monitor user activity and behavior in your app. Don’t expect either a list of indicators by app type or category. We will rather focus on SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-related)-based KPI (Key Performance Indicators) selection, to allow you to know whether your app is meeting the expected objectives as strategically defined.
A platform to generate high quality content on neighborhoods in big cities, which also helps monetize hyperlocal media by connecting small businesses’ products and services with consumers. This is the project selected by Google for its European Digital News Initiative (DNI) project – driven by Grupo Zeta for the Madrid digital Somos Malasaña and with Cuatroochenta’s technological development.
It has already been mentioned here that one of the big risks threatening many applications is that they turn into zombies virtually before they are born. Getting downloads for our app is a challenge, but ensuring that users return and use it is an even bigger one. Different reports on uninstalling rates, which we will analyze below, confirm bluntly this fact. To finish, we will present some tips to avoid them, to retain users and to make our app useful and visible on your smartphone.
A smart bracelet linked to an app capable of detecting arrhythmias in real time for stroke prevention, 100% devised and developed in the Valencian Community so that people at risk can control their own heart. What was just a chimera only a couple of years ago is very close to becoming a reality. Rithmi, a project technically developed by Cuatroochenta and incubated by Blast Off Partners, has already successfully performed the first tests with patients in a private hospital in Valencia.