Trends for 2014

Trends for 2014



Trends for 2014, presented by Patrick Van Renterghem (@itworks) at a "big pICTure" Meetup on 10th of February 2014.

Trends for 2014, presented by Patrick Van Renterghem (@itworks) at a "big pICTure" Meetup on 10th of February 2014.



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  • Nike announced on April 20, 2014 that it will discontinue FuelBand and work together with Apple to integrate it with iOS8, HealthBook and the upcoming iWatch. During the presentation, we questioned the 'Unique Selling Proposition' (USP) of a smartwatch compared to already existing devices and apps. Wearables are not dead, but the smartwatch idea is harder to sell than Nike expected.
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    • Trends for 2014 Patrick Van Renterghem @itworks
    • The right anytime information anywhere Gartner: The Nexus of Forces (2013)
    • ● Social media, also in the Enterprise ● Mobile has won (dixit a smiling Eric Schmidt) ● Cloud before buy before build ● Big data … big insights ● Copernican revolution in management … But you ain’t see nothing yet ! Think 2020 ...
    • “We are probably living in the most interesting times for information technology, as we are in the middle of a major paradigm shift” (Peter Hinssen, author of Business/IT Fusion, The New Normal & The Network Always Wins) Volatility Uncertainty Complexity Ambiguity The S-Curve, The FlipIT should stop being a butler
    • Customers' expectations in digital are changing, and business needs to respond ... ➔ How we use the Internet is changing ➔ Customers no longer just want digital, they expect it ➔ Business can adjust to current needs ... ➔ ... and is prepared for new ones (Deloitte study "A wave of digital change", end of 2013)
    • 3D Printing ● Additive Manufacturing Process ● Print toys, bikes, jewelry, houses, furniture, all prototypes, gifts, prosthetics, clothes, food, organs, blood vessels, … ● Based on 3D models and ecosystems (Thingiverse, Shapeways, DIY SketchUp, AutoDesk, …) ● 3D modelling will become big business (cfr. WikiHouse) ● In plastic, steel, silver, titanium, ceramics, chocolate, … ● At your home, or in hubs, stores, factories, space, … ● Beware of copyright / liability lawsuits (cfr. @PatrickITlaw)
    • 3D Printing: An Opportunity and Challenge for Manufacturing & Logistics
    • See Frederic De Meyer’s Presentation at
    • Wearable Technology Activity monitoring devices (Nike Fuelband, Fitbit, ...) Smartwatches (Pebble, Samsung Gear, Apple iWatch) P-Health Apps & Devices When Intelligent Clothing, Implants ? Unique Selling Proposition (USP) ?
    • What About Apple ?
    • Wearable computing is part of the The bigger picture
    • Nest, worth $3.2 billion for Google Cisco - IoE Software Defined Networks (SDN)
    • Apple’s iBeacon Technology Internet of Things + Mobile Payments iPhone 5s or later, iOS7 or higher, BLE, Estimote
    • Google Glass Now with fashionable prescription frames and shades What is the USP of Google Glass ?
    • Using the Name Tag app
    • Google Glass Workshop & Meetup Namiddagworkshop (10 maart 2014, 14-18u) - mogelijkheden van Glass - ontwerp en ontwikkeling van Glass apps - toepassingen in uw business - hands-on workshop Free Meetup (10 maart 2014, 19-22u) - mogelijkheden van Glass - toepassingen voor intelligent eyewear, headmounted displays en augmented reality - voorbeelden van toepassingen
    • Why does Google want Robots ? To do hazardous tasks ? To deliver the mail ? To replace soldiers ? To do domestic tasks ??
    • “Quantified Self” Wikipedia: A trend to incorporate technology into data acquisition on aspects of a person's daily life in terms of inputs (e.g. food consumed, quality of surrounding air), states/emotions (e.g. mood, arousal, blood oxygen levels), and performance (mental and physical). Such self-monitoring and self-sensing, which combines wearable sensors (EEG, ECG, video, etc.) and wearable computing, is also known as lifelogging. Other names for using data to improve daily functioning are “self- tracking”, "auto-analytics", “body hacking” and “self-quantifying” E.g.: sleep and pee tracking on babies, 23andme, Scanadu Scout, ...
    • “A Hospital in the Palm of your Hand”
    • Customer Intelligence & Intimacy
    • Big Data, Hadoop and Analytics
    • Big Data, NoSQL, NewSQL & Analytics Seminar on 27th of February 2014 (14-21h) Presented by Rick van der Lans
    • Andrew McAfee & Erik Brynjolfsson ● Brilliant technologies, unprecedented innovations, 3rd industrial revolution ● About the forces driving the reinvention of our lives and our economy ● Don’t race against the machine, race with the machine
    • Peter Hinssen Proposes a VACINE for VUCA Velocity, Agility, Creativity, to Innovate, Network and Experiment Book is about “Surviving the Flip”
    • Stanford Prof. Baba Shiva Advises companies to perform a "Pre-Mortem" examination. Do this now, while your company is still in good shape. Find out what could kill you in the next 5 years and take appropriate action
    • 2014: The Year of Personalisation ! ● Personalised manfacturing, print your own stuff ● Wearing smart things and lots of sensors ● Store data and apps in the personal cloud ● Quantified self & personalised health ● Learn more at your own leisure via MOOCs ● Personalized radio ● Customer experiences get personal
    • Source: Your Sensored Life: An Expanded View of Quantified Self (Gartner)
    • But How ? ● Agile methods ● Crowdsourcing / cocreation ● Multidisciplinary teams, conversation managers ● Service design ● Customer-first, mobile-first, cloud-first ● Think 2020 ● Rethink education (soft skills and creativity)