Connected things and buildings
BNP Paribas Real Estate stood out during its second visit to the CES by unveiling the first building in France compatible with Apple’s Homekit and La Poste's digital hub, thanks to Legrand’s “Céliane with Netatmo” offer. This technology promises a unique experience of smart, connected homes attentive to users’ habits.
"Innovation is in our DNA and we are so excited about the opportunity to take part in this historical triumvirate to develop France’s IoT, alongside La Poste and Legrand. Together, our ambition is to share our vision of the smart building, which will be one of the keystones of the smart city. We have evolved from project managers to expert users, thanks to our involvement in the IoT and our ability to provide highly targeted services for the residents of the buildings of tomorrow" states Thierry Laroue-Pont, Chief Executive Officer of BNP Paribas Real Estate.
we have evolved from project managers to expert users.
Big data for a better customer experience
For their part, experts at Echangeur by BNP Paribas Personal Finance underline the importance of virtual reality for trade in the future. They also emphasize the development in connected objects through Amazon’s Alexa solution. Brands like Under Armour and Pernod-Ricard are also developing products with built-in sensors to optimise customer experience in real time.
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