The Swiss ICERTIAS has recently conducted a public opinion poll in Croatia which demonstrated that Croatian citizens are very happy with the innovative paperless prescription service. The e-Prescription service was implemented into the Croatian healthcare system by Ericsson Nikola Tesla already in 2011, which places us amongst the global leaders in this service. The service is regularly used by more than four million people.
e-Prescription enables Croatian healthcare services’ users to get a digital prescription from their doctors and to collect their medication in any pharmacy in Croatia without paper.
Nine out of ten people aged six and over will have mobile phones by 2020. That is one of the most surprising predictions from the latest Ericsson Mobility Report. The report, one of the world’s leading analyses of data traffic and mobility, also sees smartphone subscriptions reaching 6.1 billion by 2020.
After Zagreb Innovation Day, its sequel was held in Split. Despite the strong wind and cloudy weather, the presenters did not hide their satisfaction and the employees their thrill, by the innovations they have seen. Moreover, a high level of consciousness was presented, and hence, funds have been raised through a humanitarian action, in order to help the people from the areas impacted by this year’s catastrophic floods.
The study covers 9 cities worldwide-Beijing, Delhi, London, New York, Paris, Rome, São Paulo, Stockholm and Tokyo-and explores how as citizens become smarter, so do the cities they inhabit. The report explores different concepts that will enable people to take a more proactive and participatory role in city life, from digital health monitoring to interactive road navigation and social bike and car sharing.
On November 5, Rijeka City Hall hosted, for the ninth time in a row, a Day of New Technologies – DaNTe 2014. The gathering was organized by the City of Rijeka – Information Technology Institute and the association MIPRO. The gathering addressed latest technologies, and one of the speakers was MSc Gordana Kovačević, Ericsson Nikola Tesla President, who spoke about innovations in the Networked Society.
From October 27 – 29, 2014, Sarajevo is the host of the X International Symposium on Telecommunications, organized by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering University of Sarajevo, under technical co – sponsorship by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Region 8 (IEEE R8), in co-operation with major partner, BH Telecom. The Symposium was opened by MSc Gordana Kovačević, the President of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, holding a Keynote Speech „ICT Innovations in the Networked Society“.
Gordana Kovačević, the President of Ericsson Nikola Tesla, comments: “Third quarter results show continuing stabile business performance. Reflecting the first nine months, sales revenue decreased by 4.5% year-over-year. Sales revenue in the domestic market equals the last years, while the Ericsson market records further growth, which partially mitigated revenue decrease in other markets. Export share in total sales revenue is 74%.