Autors: Lindgren, P., Valter, P., Tonchev, K., Manolova, A. H., Neshov, N. N., Poulkov, V. K.
Title: Digitizing Human Behavior with Wireless Sensors in Biogas 2020 Technological Business Model Innovation Challenges
Keywords: Biogas, Business Model Ecosystems, Business model innovation, Human affect monitoring, Human behavior, Machine learning, Sensors, wireless sensors

Abstract: The ability to develop innovative Business Models (BMs) with high speed and good Return of Investment has become the cornerstone for the competitiveness of many successful businesses operating in many different Business Model Ecosystems (BMES) today. Business Model Innovation (BMI) appears even more important in these days—as well as in the Biogas 2020 BMES—as digitalization affect all areas of innovating and operating businesses. Increased digitalization leads to new ways of working, communicating, cooperating and supporting BMI. Thanks to these new technologies today's businesses are more interconnected in physical, digital and virtual networks. The cooperation between businesses, academia and the use of competences across different domains becomes more important to strengthen BMI and advance BMI. One main challenge however of digitization of BMI is modeling human behavior and cognitive processes in BMI processes into logical expressions that can be digitized and automated..



    Wireless Personal Communications, pp. 1-21, 2019, Switzerland, Springer, DOI 10.1007/s11277-019-06365-3

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