The GSMA Connected Living programme is an ecosystem development initiative to help operators accelerate the delivery of new connected devices and services. This is to be achieved by optimising networks and developing key enablers to support the growth of the Internet of Things.
- Enhancing SIM capability to support the Internet of things
- Optimisation of mobile networks to support the growth in connected devices
- Utilisation of operator capabilities beyond connectivity
- Developing mobile friendly ecosystems
The Vision – Mobilising the Internet of Things
A world where consumers and businesses enjoy rich new services across many different devices – securely connected to the Internet via ubiquitous mobile networks. An Internet of Things with seamless and pervasive connectivity between people and processes, enabling a wealth of valuable context-aware services delivered immediately and automatically.
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