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NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference, 2013

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NATC 2013 - Megatrends Shaping the Future of Mobile Technology by Nishant Sameer, Samsung NATC 2013 - Megatrends Shaping the Future of Mobile Technology by Nishant Sameer, Samsung Presentation Transcript

  • Megatrends Shaping the Future of Mobile Technology NISHANT SAMEER CTO Office, Samsung Mobile NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • DISCLAIMER: This presentation occasionally uses images of products taken from the public domain. The copyright of the images used herein belong to their respective holders. The company logos used are also copyrighted materials and belong to their respective holders OUTLINE Input Technologies Sensor Technologies Contextual Computing Collaborative Computing Wearable Computing Media Consumption The information offered in this presentation speaks to industry trends in general and should not be construed as providing any particular recommendations or analysis for any specific company that is mentioned in this presentation NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Input Technology Trends The Keypad Current state of text prediction 60% Lesser Number of Key Taps Needed What is driving this ? • Better Language models, Accurate user behavior models • Adaptive Learning using prior user conversations • Connecting with social media text NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • The Keypad 2.0 To personalized layout From plain vanilla layout And in the future: • Using user-context in more powerful ways • E.g. predict whole sentences Picture copyright leahkf@umd.edu NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Input Technology Trends What About Touch Picture copyright Apple, Inc. To Gestures From Touch Driven by: • Advancements in capacitive touch screen sensor processing in tandem with proximity sensing (e.g. Apple) • Miniaturization of IR Depth Sensors (e.g. The Structure Sensor) • Advancements in camera-array processing (e.g. Pelican Imaging) NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013 Picture copyright Nokia. Picture copyright The Structure Sensor
  • Mobile Input Technology Trends And Voice? Picture copyright Google, Inc. To Always Listening From Speak NOW Driven by: • Advancements in Voice Data Models – Multi-lingual / multi-demography • Improvements in natural language processing. E.g. • Low power sensors which distinguish voice command “active” mode NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Sensor Technology Trends Proliferation of Sensors --- From Few sensors To multi-sensor Fusion Delivering Novel Use-cases and Utilities • Say, a more personalized UI (when Mobile is in Hand and facing) • Navigation Inside-buildings (without GPS) NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Computing Technology Trends Contextual Computing Uses multiple activity data From near-zero personalization --- To algorithmic engines that provide near-exact suggestions Delivering Novel Use-cases and Utilities • A more personalized phone book (Who am I likely to call? E.g. Shifu) • Anticipatory News discovery (What news am I more likely to read now?) NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Computing Technology Trends Collaborative Computing Example From Personal Navigation To Collaborative Navigation: Real people Outsmarting Traffic Together Picture copyright Garmin. Picture copyright Google, Inc. More Novel Use-cases around Collaborative Computing • Connect motorists looking for a parking spot with others about to leave one. E.g. • Book hotel reservations from people who can’t use theirs. E.g. NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
  • Mobile Computing Technology Trends Wearable Computing Could be hands-free with wearables Picture copyright Google, Inc. Source: KPCB Key Drivers • Always ON and low power (SOC designers making “sensor hub” devices) • Less distracting when integrated with natural user interfaces, E.g. Voice • Deliver more value than the mobile alone: E.g. Fitness bands NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013 Picture copyright Apple, Inc.
  • Media Consumption Technology Trends Personalization Everywhere User Context Sensors / User Activities Context Engine User Profile Content Provider Maps, Points of Interest News, Offers Videos, Music Social Graph Key Driver Shift • Used to be Responsive/HTML5 design. Now personalization is the key driver. NASSCOM Annual Technology Conference 2013
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