Impressions from Mobile World Congress 2015

In the past week experts from the mobile and communications industry gathered in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress to learn about new innovations. More than 2,000 exhibitors showcased their innovative products and solutions to more than 93,000 visitors from 200 countries. Deutsche Telekom was also represented. The family app myKIDIO and a new service from the GMA were among the major attractions at the booth.

At the Deutsche Telekom booth, myKIDIO was on display, showing how the app can entertain children from the ages of three to 13 during a car ride.

The innovative in-car entertainment app made its debut at Mobile World Congress, being shown to the public for the very first time. The app offers a special “BMW Kids Cockpit,” with which the little ones can gather information on the trip’s length or speed travelled.




A screen at the booth also showed how parents in the front seat get to see the entertainment their children are enjoying in the back seat.

Here is a video in German language explaining the app’s functionalities.



At the GSMA Innovation City the Global M2M Association (GMA), which Deutsche Telekom is also part of, displayed their Multi-Domestic-Service solution at the Mobile World Congress.

The connectivity management service offers a GSMA-compliant embedded SIM, instant product life-cycle management, SIM localization, real time-connectivity management, and powerful administration features all on one platform.

Together with its members the GMA aims to enhance service quality by eliminating borders and delivering seamless M2M services globally.

Tags: M2M , Internet of Things , GSMA , mobile world congress , mykidio , gma , Multi Domestic Service , embedded SIM

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