17/12/2012This presentation prepared by Avoot WannvongNEW MEGA TRENDSImplications for Our Future Livesby Sarwant SinghPalg...
Mega Trends: DefinitionFrost and Sullivan defined Mega Trends as global, sustained andmacroeconomic forces of development ...
Trends of The Last Decade China as an emerging super power Internet retail and e-Commerce Social Networking Green and ...
Smart is the New GreenThree Levels of Smart Products:Level 1Level 2Level 3Products which have a basic sensing mechanism an...
Macro to MicroIT PlayersEnergy/InfrastructurePlayersAutomation/BuildingControl PlayersTelecom PlayersSmart product provide...
eMobility Electric Revolution eMobility is above and beyond cars Wireless chargingPage 6
Innovatingto Zero Zero cities Zero waste Zero building Zero initiatives at work Zero accident Zero emailsPage 7
From Mega-Cities, Mega-Regions, Mega-Corridors, and Mega-Slumsto Mega Opportunities.Hub and SpokeLogistics CentresRing Roa...
Social Trends that will model our future society Robo-slaves End of China’s single-child policy 1979 Reverse Brain Drai...
Health, Wellness and Well-Being Redefined as the mind, body and soul Power patients Shift in health care services deliv...
Business Model of the Decade –Value for Many Customisation and personalisation Co-creation Pay as you go Collaborative...
Connectivity and Convergence Convergence of products, technologies and industries Converging gizmos: One product, Many a...
From Planes to Trains –The Era of High-speed Rail Meet the Jetsons around the world The 2020 Trans-Siberian Rail Link: T...
New Battlefields:Space Jam and Cyber Warfare Space Jam World War III: Two new domains of conflictPage 14
Macro to Micro Shale gas Beyond BRIC – The next game changers Infrastructure spending New outsourcing hotspots TechVi...
Mega ConclusionsTop 50TechnologiesWebSENSORS & AUTOMATIONCLEAN & GREENTECHNOLOGYMICROELECTRONICSLIFE SCIENCES &BIOTECHNOLO...
Q & ASite Recommendedhttp://www.frost.com/prod/servlet/frost-home.pagBooks Recommended
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    1. 1. 17/12/2012This presentation prepared by Avoot WannvongNEW MEGA TRENDSImplications for Our Future Livesby Sarwant SinghPalgrave Macmillan 2012
    2. 2. Mega Trends: DefinitionFrost and Sullivan defined Mega Trends as global, sustained andmacroeconomic forces of development that impactbusiness, economy, society, cultures and personal lives, thereby defining ourfuture world and its increasing pace of change. Mega Trends are global. Mega Trends are sustainedmacroeconomic forces ofdevelopment. Mega Trends aretransformational.Page 2
    3. 3. Trends of The Last Decade China as an emerging super power Internet retail and e-Commerce Social Networking Green and SustainabilityPage 3
    4. 4. Smart is the New GreenThree Levels of Smart Products:Level 1Level 2Level 3Products which have a basic sensing mechanism and a simplemeans of communicating any changes in its environment.Products which have sensing ability and a means of data communicationas well as the ability to take corrective actions through embedded software.Products which build upon the Level 2 definition by having increased intelligence,a two-way flow of communication, being part of a connected Internet-based networkand having advanced capabilities of data collection, processing, reporting andintelligence built into them to sense and take corrective action.Smart product is characterised by an intelligent sensing technology that is increasingly being integratedwith Internet technologies, thereby allowing the product to react and communicate to the changingenvironment around it, thereby optimising operations and improving efficiency.Examples: Smart home/connected home  Smart medical home of the future  Smart cars  Smart energySmart meters: Making home chores intelligent  Smart grid  Smart city  Smart factories: Factories of thefuturePage 4
    5. 5. Macro to MicroIT PlayersEnergy/InfrastructurePlayersAutomation/BuildingControl PlayersTelecom PlayersSmart product provide abundant commercial opportunities across a wide crosssection of the industry and will alter the competitive landscape of existing industries.Convergence of Mega Trends leads toConvergence of Competition.Point of ConvergenceSource : Frost & Sullivan. Page 5
    6. 6. eMobility Electric Revolution eMobility is above and beyond cars Wireless chargingPage 6
    7. 7. Innovatingto Zero Zero cities Zero waste Zero building Zero initiatives at work Zero accident Zero emailsPage 7
    8. 8. From Mega-Cities, Mega-Regions, Mega-Corridors, and Mega-Slumsto Mega Opportunities.Hub and SpokeLogistics CentresRing RoadMotorway, LivingAreas growingoutside the ringroad (M25) asseen in London,other called the‘Green belt’Source : Frost & Sullivan.Urbanisation:Page 8
    9. 9. Social Trends that will model our future society Robo-slaves End of China’s single-child policy 1979 Reverse Brain Drain and Global Talent Wars Middle Bulge: Dominance of the middle class Girl powerPage 9
    10. 10. Health, Wellness and Well-Being Redefined as the mind, body and soul Power patients Shift in health care services delivery to outside hospitals Gene therapy Tissue engineering: Custom body parts made to order Era of Immortality Nutraceutical Hamburger tax Robo-doctors Size matters: Nanotechnology in health care applicationsPage 10
    11. 11. Business Model of the Decade –Value for Many Customisation and personalisation Co-creation Pay as you go Collaborative buying The one-off business model Sharing Free-premium (Freemium) Community-based business models Pay or sell with a tweetPage 11
    12. 12. Connectivity and Convergence Convergence of products, technologies and industries Converging gizmos: One product, Many applications New product avatars: Make way for ‘Phoncierge’ and ‘I’m watch’ Future connected home: Intelligently connected devicesPage 12
    13. 13. From Planes to Trains –The Era of High-speed Rail Meet the Jetsons around the world The 2020 Trans-Siberian Rail Link: The new route 66 The Chinese rail juggernaut Selling sand to the ArabsPage 13
    14. 14. New Battlefields:Space Jam and Cyber Warfare Space Jam World War III: Two new domains of conflictPage 14
    15. 15. Macro to Micro Shale gas Beyond BRIC – The next game changers Infrastructure spending New outsourcing hotspots TechVision 2020 – Top technologies of the futurePage 15
    16. 16. Mega ConclusionsTop 50TechnologiesWebSENSORS & AUTOMATIONCLEAN & GREENTECHNOLOGYMICROELECTRONICSLIFE SCIENCES &BIOTECHNOLOGYINFORMATION &COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGYMEDICAL DEVICES& IMAGINGTECHNOLOGYCONVENTIONAL ENERGYMATERIALS & COATINGSADVANCEDMANUFACTURINGCBRN DetectionTechnologiesEnergy Harvesting Smart SensorsWireless SensorNetworksAlgae-basedIngredientsNanocatalystsAdvanced FiltrationSmart TextilesCompostable PackagingSuperhydrophobic CoatingsEnzyme TechnologyBreathable AntibacteriaCoatingsLightweight CompositesEnhanced oilRecoveryClean CoalAdvancedHydrocrackingCloudComputingVirtualizationSemantic WebFabric ComputingLong-termEvolutionLED Lighting Technologies3D IntegrationFlexible ElectronicsHaptics & TouchTechnologiesEmerging Data StorageTechnologiesWireless PowerTransmissionNext GenerationDisplaysSmart GridThin Film PhotovoltaicRenewable ChemicalsGreen Buildings2nd GenerationBiofuelsGreen VehiclesAdvanced EnergyStorageSource : Frost & Sullivan.Genome SequencingBiosensingAdult Stem CellsNanofluidics &BioNEMS3D Cell CultureSystemsOptical ImagingTechnologiesCombination DevicesMedical RoboticsHybrid ImagingTechnologiesSmart PillsDigital PathologyMicro and NanomanufacturingIntelligent RobotsDigital ManufacturingAdvancedLasers for ManufacturingPage 16
    17. 17. Q & ASite Recommendedhttp://www.frost.com/prod/servlet/frost-home.pagBooks Recommended

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