Top 6 Immersive / Next Generation Technologies to watch for in 2014

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This slide deck touches upon the top 6 immersive and next generation technologies which are hot. Fortune 100 Enterprises and Governments around the world have resources looking at these technologies …

This slide deck touches upon the top 6 immersive and next generation technologies which are hot. Fortune 100 Enterprises and Governments around the world have resources looking at these technologies from an implementation, integration, localization, invest, build, buy and how these technologies impact their business or processes or product.

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  • 1. Top  6  Immersive  /  Next   Gen  Technologies     to  Watch  for  in  2014     By   Shivaji  Sengupta   me@shivaji.info   www.shivaji.info       /in/Shivaji                                                                          /Shivaji.info                                                    /ShivajiSengupta        
  • 2. ApplicaBons  for  Wearable  Tech   Wearable  technology  pioneers:   •  Google  Glasses   •  Nike  Plus  Bands   •  Samsung  Watch   Industries  with  immediate  impact:   •  Healthcare   •  Entertainment   •  Telecom   ConnecBvity  and  Interoperability  is   going  to  get  beEer  and  enhance   capability.     Wearable  tech  has  just  started.  Nano   Tech  embedded  inside  humans  is   next.     Big  gap  exists  in  developing   enterprise  apps  for  these  industries   who  want  to  quickly  adapt  to  these   technologies.     Consumer  Apps  will  spike   significantly  just  like  when  we   adopted  smartphones.   ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved  
  • 3. “Templated  Enterprise  Apps”   Enterprises  Bred  of  sinking  millions   of  dollars  into  large  scale  enterprise   app  deployments  to  then  spend   more  millions  on  customizaBon,   localizaBon  and  implementaBon.     Millions  of  enterprises  looking  for   SaaS  and  PaaS  based  enterprise  apps   specifically  built  for  their  industry  / market.         ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved   Industries  with  immediate  impact:   •  Healthcare   •  Entertainment   •  Telecom   •  Manufacturing   Big  gap  exists  in  developing   scalable    /  one  click  install  apps  for   these  industries.  AWS  addresses  only   a  part  of  this  problem.  
  • 4. Real  Time  and  SenBment  AnalyBcs   SenBment  analysis  is  the  use  of   natural  language  processing,  text   analysis  and  computaBonal   linguisBcs  to  idenBfy  and  extract   subjecBve  informaBon  in  source   materials.       Product  companies  have  started  to   use  some  tools  to  understand  what   consumers  are  saying  (expressing   over  the  internet)  about  their   product.   ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved   Largely  untapped  market  with  huge   potenBal  for  web  /  mobile  apps  and   or  SaaS  plaWorms.         Companies  in  business:   •  LexalyBcs   •  TextalyBcs   •  SenBMetrix   •  TheySay   •  SemanBcForce   •  Converseon  
  • 5. Smart  City  and  Smart  Grid   With  smart  grids,  ciBes  can  leapfrog   into  the  heart  of  the  future  while   simultaneously  providing  stability,   reliability  and  efficiency  for  its  uBlity   infrastructure.  Smart  grids  offer   flexibility  to  match  demand  and   supply  of  variable  sources.   ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved   Smart  City  Vendors:   •  IBM  Smarter  City   •  Microso]  City  Next   •  Oracle  Smart  City   Sectors  Impacted:   •  G2C  PlaWorms   •  UBliBes  
  • 6. Machine  to  Machine  CommunicaBon  (M2M)   M2M  is  about  enabling  the  flow  of   data  between  machines  and   machines  and  ulBmately  machines   and  people.  Regardless  of  the  type   of  machine  or  data,  informaBon   usually  flows  in  the  same  general   way  -­‐-­‐  from  a  machine  over  a   network,  and  then  through  a   gateway  to  a  system  where  it  can  be   reviewed  and  acted  on.   ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved   There  are  four  basic  stages  that  are   common  to  just  about  every  M2M   applicaBon:   1.  CollecBon  of  data   2.  Transmission  of  selected  data   through  a  communicaBon   network   3.  Assessment  of  the  data   4.  Response  to  the  available   informaBon  
  • 7. 3D  Cameras  /  Printers  /  Projectors  /  Scanners   3-­‐D  prinBng,  or  addiBve   manufacturing,  has  come  a  long  way   from  its  roots  in  the  producBon  of   simple  plasBc  prototypes.  Today,  3-­‐D   printers  can  not  only  handle   materials  ranging  from  Btanium  to   human  carBlage  but  also  produce   fully  funcBonal  components,   including  complex  mechanisms,   baEeries,  transistors,  and  LEDs.       ©  Shivaji  Sengupta  2014-­‐2015  All  Rights  Reserved   Five  3-­‐D  prinBng  disrupBons  that  we   should  begin  preparing  for.   1.  Accelerated  product-­‐ development  cycles   2.  New  manufacturing  strategies   and  footprints   3.  Shi]ing  sources  of  profit   4.  New  capabiliBes   5.  DisrupBve  compeBtors  
  • 8. Contact  me  for  a  follow  up   discussion  on  any  topic.     me@shivaji.info   www.shivaji.info     www.LinkedIn.com/in/shivaji   www.TwiZer.com/ShivajiSengupta   www.facebook.com/shivaji.info     Shivaji  is  a  business   professional  in  the   InformaBon  and   CommunicaBons  Technology   (ICT),  BPO  /  KPO,  Technology   Development  /   Management  /  IntegraBon,   and  Outsourcing  /  Offshoring   industry  with  experience  in   15  countries.