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The Sensor Revolution + Ubiquitous Smart Phones + Our Desire For Everything to Going Smooth & Clever = The Internet of Things + The Industrial Web + The Makers Revolution.

The Sensor Revolution + Ubiquitous Smart Phones + Our Desire For Everything to Going Smooth & Clever = The Internet of Things + The Industrial Web + The Makers Revolution.
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    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST THE INDUSTRIAL WEB / THE INTERNET OF THINGS - THE SENSOR REVOLUTION - UBIQUITOUS SMART PHONES - OUR DESIRE FOR EVERYTHING GOING SMOOTH & CLEVER - THE INTERNET OF THINGS - THE INDUSTRIAL WEB - THE MAKERS REVOLUTION VIEW 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES THEMES TREND
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST Fresh Connect, one of Whirlpool’s latest developments, talks about a shared future, in which people can actively participate in. Creating a better world using new technologies with the main goal of saving resources, the concept reveals an entirely new approach to food conservation. Fresh Connect contains a series of specialized accessories connected by a central cooling system with an online delivery service. This then regulates the right atmosphere (temperature and humidity level) to each connected accessory. Shared with several apartments in the same building, it is beneficial to everyone, as well the environment. This is Our Desire For Everything Going Smooth & Clever in full effect. 1. FRESH CONNECT
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST Smart street lighting technology company Telensa has been selected to trial its Public Lighting Active Network (PLANet) street light central management system (CMS) in two locations in San Francisco. This basically means that half of San Francisco’s streets will be illuminated with smart light poles. The smart streets signs will automatically adjust the right settings, while connecting with and learning from each other. Needless to say, this will save energy and reduce carbon emissions. This is what we call the Sensor Revolution. 2. SAN FRANCISCO STREET LIGHTS
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST Iris van Herpen is a one of a kind fashion designer. In her collections she always manages to integrate the latest technologies. In her collection ‘Capriole’ (2011) she used 3D-printing techniques to print dresses and shoes. Hence, all her designs were created with the CAD drawing program. Which brings us to an interesting topic: after years of printing everything, from plastic flutes to complete buildings (Kamermaker) a pivotal question starts to arise. What exactly does 3D printing mean for branches such as fashion and design? Will we print our own couture or is this just an invention that will stimulate designers to take the next step? When we empower ourselves to become manufacturers, we refer to the Makers Revolution. 3. PRINTED DESIGN
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST In our previous example we raised questions about the use of 3D printing. Now we are ready for the answers. It is quite simple: it affects us all. Whether it goes for printing small, common household objects or printing complete military devices, the technology is already omnipresent. NASA uses it to print chairs in their spaceships, students are testing it to improve brain surgery and a company called Not Impossible prints prosthetic arms for children in conflict regions in South Sudan. One can only imagine the possibility of this technology in the field of architecture, construction (AEC), industrial design, automotive, aerospace, military, engineering, ci vil engineering, dental and medical industries. There’s no doubt: the new Industrial Revolution is a fact. 4. 3D PRINTING INDUSTR Y
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST The Automatic is a device that connects your smart phone to your car with a little help from the Link, an auto accessory that talks to your car through a board computer, while using your smartphone's GPS and data plan to upgrade your car's capabilities. For instance, the Automatic helps you to drive the optimal speed to avoid traffic jams and it even corrects bad driving behaviour. Cars are increasingly becoming computers on wheels. General Electric (GE) transportation already uses similar systems to improve their railroad performances. This is how we will see the Industrial Web grow in the years to come. 5. AUTOMATIC & LINK
    • SCIENCE OF THE TIMETREND RESEARCH & INNOVATION NETWORK 5 ICONIC EXAMPLES WWW.SCIENCEOFTHETIME.COM | WWW.SIGNS-SEEDS.COM JOIN OUR MAILINGLIST Contact Us Carl Rohde carl@scienceofthetime.com +31(0) 6 212 431 14 Thomas Spronk thomas@scienceofthetime.com +31(0) 6 211 613 37 IMPLEMENTATION HOW TO MAKE THIS TREND WORK FOR YOU? INSPIRATION INNOVATION