The explosion in connected devices is getting the wheels of the circular economy turning

With up to 50 billion connected devices predicted by 2020, the emergence of what the World Economic Forum calls the fourth industrial revolution could finally unblock some of the bottlenecks that are hampering the transition towards a circular economy.

When applied to manufactured products, digital technologies have the capability to...

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