Cloud, Big Data and New Age Technologies Converge to Produce Effective Digital Education Systems
 

Cloud, Big Data and New Age Technologies Converge to Produce Effective Digital Education Systems

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Digital education technologies are a key trend in imparting learning in a faster, simpler and more effective way. The necessity to disseminate information to large masses, coupled with the social ...

Digital education technologies are a key trend in imparting learning in a faster, simpler and more effective way. The necessity to disseminate information to large masses, coupled with the social awareness offor the need for education, has led to an explosion of various technological innovations in Ddigital Eeducation (DE).

There are numerous startups coming updeveloping with innovative solutions for different sections in the DE space. In order to carve a niche for themselves, the companies musthave to be aware of various opportunities available within the marketspace.

Why you should attend:

- Identify various opportunities available for software vendors, content developers and networking companies
- Discover Learn about variousa mixture of key strategies to implement digital education technologies
- Learn about variousa range of investment opportunities in the DE space.

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Cloud, Big Data and New Age Technologies Converge to Produce Effective Digital Education Systems Cloud, Big Data and New Age Technologies Converge to Produce Effective Digital Education Systems Presentation Transcript

  • Technologies Empowering Digital EducationTechnologies Empowering Digital Education Technology Convergence opens up new frontiersTechnology Convergence opens up new frontiers Sathya Vendhan G Research Analyst, Technical Insights-ICT 29-08-2013 © 2013 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  • 2 Functional Expertise  Experienced Research Professional with core competence in Marketing Research and Presales - Competitor Profiling - Market Analysis - Proposal Development - Developing Marketing Collaterals - Creating visibility to the organization through online campaigns Industry Expertise - Analyzed Telecom, Banking and Healthcare Industries in relation to their capability to absorb BPO services. - Profiled and tracked trends in Telecom, Banking and Healthcare Industries. What I bring to the Team - Dedicated and committed to work. - Enthusiastic, Energetic and always looks for an opportunity to learn new things - Always search ways to increase the level of performance Career Highlights  Prior to Frost & Sullivan worked with Allsec Technologies Ltd as Marketing Research and Presales Executive Education  Master of Business Administration specialised in Marketing and HR from Karunya University, Coimbatore  Bachelors of engineering in computer science and engineering from Sethu Institute of Technology, Madurai Sathya Vendhan G Sathya Vendhan.G Research Analyst TI – Information and Communication Technologies @sathyavendhan2 Sathya Vendhan Frost & Sullivan South Asia Chennai
  • 3 Agenda • Digital Education – Trends powered by Emerging Technologies • Digital Education Ecosystem • Seven Technology ‘Pillars’ for Digital Education • Digital Education – Transformational Technologies • Learning in the ‘Cloud’ • Learning Big using Data • Augmenting Education with Virtual Reality and Sensing Capabilities • Education from ‘Everything’ • Digital Education Crystal Ball • Harvesting Value from Developments in Digital Education
  • 4 Digital Education – Trends powered by Emerging Technologies Information dissemination: The necessity to disseminate information to large masses coupled with the social awareness for the need for education has led to explosion of various technological innovations in Digital Education (DE). Technology Sustenance: Corporates have recognized the ability of DE technologies in generating long term benefits and have forayed into mergers, acquisitions and funding. The key factor behind this keen interest is not just for short term monetary benefits but for having a strong technological leadership in a developing market segment.KeyKey TrendsTrends Market dominated by Collaborative Ventures: Prominent models in DE technologies shows a clear pattern of collaboration among various platform developers and vendors. This is expected to make DE technology deployments simpler and effective. Customization is the Key: Currently technologies such as Cloud Computing, Big Data, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things (IoT) are modified to suit various service recipients such as online learners, rural people, physically challenged and corporates. The gamut of beneficiaries from DE technologies is expected to grow to include very diverse groups such as gamers and social networkers.
  • 5 Digital Education Ecosystem DigitalDigital EducationEducation EcosystemEcosystem Data Management Content Delivery Collaboration User Interfaces Visualization Networking Internet of Things
  • 6 YourText YourText Data Management Content Delivery User Interfaces & Devices Networking & Communication YourText Collaboration Visualization Internet Of Things Big Data Data Warehousing Data Integration Online Media Conferencing Web Publishing Haptics Flexible Displays BYOD 3G/4G Evolution Learning Networks Intranets Cloud Computing Virtual Walls Document Sharing Augmented Reality E-Paper Pico Projectors RFID Near Field Communication Digital Watermarking Seven Technology ‘Pillars’ for Digital Education
  • 7 Digital Education – Transformational Technologies DE Transformation Focus Augmented Reality Haptics Cloud Computing Big Data Internet of Things Virtualizing the classroom Sensing the Virtual Breakingdown thelocation barrier Scaling the m illion learners EducationEverywhere Enhanced Quality Improved Speed Rich Content Wider delivery Cost Effectiveness
  • 8 What Cloud Computing adds to DE School as a Service MOOCOpen source Platforms Breakaway with traditional accessing systems The cloud enabled concept reduces dependency on location cost and improves reachability. Eg: 2tor, Deltak Edu Cloud based technologies introduce sign in/sing on free systems, virtual walls, single click collaboration and simplify the way millions of students accessing a Digital education content. by Eg: OneId, Titan pad, wallwisher, Todaysmeet. Massive Open Online course eliminates the need for institutionalized education by directly connecting students and the educator. The solution is enabled by clouds capability to hold huge amount of content. Digital Education platforms created by open source codes such as moodle, blackbird have the capability to integrate various technologies in a single platform. This will reduce integration issues in cloud based DE solution. Tracking Secure access Cost Reduction Learning in the ‘Cloud’
  • 9 Learning BIG using DATA High End Dashboards Potential applications of Big Data in DE Evaluation of student Data usage Integrated Data Tracking Reports for guidance counselors in schools Measuring students buying behavior Analytics for universities, colleges and schools Big data has the capability to scale and provide measurable data about various sets of people involved, access information and performance reports. While cloud enables bringing in millions of people on a single collaboration environment, Big data is needed for scaling the environment. Kno me Course Analytics Learning catalytics Kaggle Kickboard Instructure Unveiled
  • 10 Augmenting Education with Virtual Reality and Sensing Capability AR based Gaming AR based skills simulation Haptics to sense virtual objects Discovery Based Learning AR booksLearning using object modeling •Rich Contextual learning •Increased Interactivity •Enables learning styles with different forms of interaction •Strong student controlled environment •Enables secure environment while creating necessary virtual simulation •Enables students with tactile realism AR based simulations are expected to be implemented in large scale in defense trainings, driving academies and corporate trainings. Haptics is expected to be implemented in education to the specially needed.
  • 11 Education from ‘Everything’ M obile Learning Internet Enabled Objects Virtual Reality Big Data Cloud Com puting Internet ofThings Machine-to-Machine communication will generate connected data which can support the learning process by delivering rich content through smart objects. IoT is expected to be implemented in research centers, defense and energy resource center trainings as these are the places where learners will be needing data flow while they focus on their tasks. •Internet-enabled objects allow efficient and real-time data collection through network of sensors. •Remote controlling of equipment across distances through sensors. •Cataloging documents and other items, tracking attendance and many other purposes. • In natural sciences various species, organ activities can be tracked live by sensors and can be projected in class room using simulators giving a rich learning experience to the audience.
  • 12 Digital Education Crystal Ball 1 2 Cloud Computing MOOC Quick Collaboration School as a service Cloud for objects Standardization Cloud for accommodating more than million learners Big Data Buying Analytics Visualization dashboards 2 Real time intelligence Self evaluating systems Adaptive intelligence Reporting systems AR and Haptics 2 1Edu Gaming AR books Edu Modelling Skills Simulation End to End Tactile AR programme Distance Edu simulation Cloud Com puting BigData ARandHaptics InternetofThings 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 1 2 1 2 2 1 Internet of Things Automatic sensing Systems in classes Real-time geolocation Species monitoring Automatic virtual reenactments 1 2017 2016 2015 2014 Interactivity Augmentation Agnostic/Interoperability Scalability/Ambience
  • 13 Green IT Consulting Services Market Adjacencies Plug-and-Play Models 3D Spatial Game based Education Smart IoT Objects Interior designs Harvesting Value from Developments in Digital Education
  • 14 Next Steps Develop Your Visionary and Innovative Skills Growth Partnership Service Share your growth thought leadership and ideas or join our GIL Global Community Join our GIL Community Newsletter Keep abreast of innovative growth opportunities Phone: 1-877-GOFROST (463-7678) Email: myfrost@frost.com
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  • 17 For Additional Information Britni Myers Corporate Communications Information & Communication Technologies (210) 477-8481 Britni.myers@frost.com Sathya Vendhan G Technical Insights 044-616-066-66 sathyav@frost.com