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Technology Trends : Impacts to Thai Industries

  1. 1. Technology Trends : Impacts to Thai IndustriesAssoc.Prof. Dr. Thanachart NumnondaDirectorSoftware Park Thailand22 September 2012 1
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  33. 33. IT Trends 33
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  35. 35. Things that Baby Born after 2011 does not knowVideo tapeTravel AgentsPaper mapsLong distance callWired phonesYellow and White Pages:etc.. 35
  36. 36. Current Technologies My Newborn Son Won’t Usehttp://gizmodo.com/5901576/15-current-technologies-my-newborn-son-wont-use 36
  37. 37. Current Technologies My Newborn Son Won’t Usehttp://gizmodo.com/5901576/15-current-technologies-my-newborn-son-wont-use 37
  38. 38. Digital Revolution 38
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  40. 40. Gartner Hype Cycle of Emerging Technologies 2011 40
  41. 41. Gartner Technology Trends 2012Media tablets and beyondMobile-centric applications and interfacesSocial and contextual user experienceApplication stores and marketplaceThe Internet of everythingNext-generation analyticsBig dataIn-memory computingExtreme low-energy serversCloud computing 41
  42. 42. Media tablets and beyond By 2015 media tablet shipments will reach around 50% of laptop shipments the smartphone arena, prices will fall to $75 iOS/Android will dominate the market with 80% of tablets shipped by 2015. The era of PC dominance with Windows as the single platform will be replaced with a post-PC era where Windows is one of a variety of environments ITSource: By Michael Cooney, Network World 42
  43. 43. Mobile-centric applications and interfaces By 2014, there will be more than 70 billion mobile application downloads from app stores every year By 2014, at least half of the tools optimized for app store application development in 2010 will have been acquired or will have ceased to exist.Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World 43
  44. 44. Social and contextual user experience By 2015, 40% of the worlds smartphone users will opt in to context service providers The tipping point here could be technology such as near-field communications getting into more and more devicesSource: By Michael Cooney, Network World 44
  45. 45. Application stores and marketplace The key here is the rise of enterprise application stores that can develop specific apps for users. Enterprises should use a managed diversity approach to focus app store efforts and segment apps by risk and value.Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World 45
  46. 46. The Internet of everything The idea here is that we are building on pervasive computing where cameras, sensors, microphones, image recognition -- everything -- is now part of the environment. 46Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World
  47. 47. Next-generation analytics IT can focus on developing analytics that enable and track collaborative decision making..Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World 47
  48. 48. Big Data By February 2011, a Google search on "big data" yielded 2.9 million hits, and vendors now advertise their products as solutions to the big data challenge.Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World 48
  49. 49. In-memory computing We will see huge use of flash memory in consumer devices, entertainment devices, equipment and other embedded IT systems. As lower-cost -- and lower-quality -- flash is used in the data center, software that can optimize the use of flash and minimize the endurance cycles becomes critical.Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World 49
  50. 50. Extreme low-energy servers What if you could turn 10 virtual machines in one box into 40 slow physical servers that are tiny and use very low amounts of energy? Gartner says that 10%-15% of enterprise workloads are good for this. 50Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World
  51. 51. Cloud computing This topic went from No. 1 last year to No. 10 this year, but its still an important trend. It will become the next-generation battleground for the likes of Google and Amazon. Going forward, enterprise IT will be concerned with developing hybrid private/public cloud apps, improving security and governance. 51Source: By Michael Cooney, Network World
  52. 52. Top 10 Gadget TrendsNintendo Wii UAndroid 4.0iPad MiniUltraBookNew MacAirKindle Fire IIiPhone 5New iPadPlaystation VistaWindows 8 52
  53. 53. IT Trends 53
  54. 54. Mega IT TrendsMobile ComputingCloud ComputingSocial TechnologiesIntelligent Devices 54
  55. 55. Mobile Technologies 55
  56. 56. Mobile Cloud Computing 56Source: wikipedia
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  58. 58. 2014 Mobile will become the most common way of accessing the Internet 58Source :Trending the future: Mobile Trends 2011
  59. 59. Welcome toThe Post-PC Era 59
  60. 60. SmartPhonesSmartphone usage in Thailand in 2010 is 18% and expectto grow to 60-65% in 2015 [Frost & Sullivan] 60
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  62. 62. 62Source :London Futurists; mz@envisioningtech.com
  63. 63. SmartPhone Market Shares Q3 2011 63Source :Gartner 2011
  64. 64. Smartphone Market Share 64
  65. 65. Smartphone Sales Prediction 65
  66. 66. Global smartphones annual sales will growabout 46 percent to 687.9 million units this year and will touch 1.05 billion units in 2014 [Credit Suisse; Apr 2012] 66
  67. 67. More than 480,000 Tablets sold in Thailand 67
  68. 68. One Tablet per Child (OTPC) 68
  69. 69. Tablet Sales Prediction 69
  70. 70. Mobile Payments Heat Up Near field communications (NFC) U.S. made strides toward the tech, especially with the arrival of Google Wallet, which allows users to store credit and loyalty cards on their mobile device. 70Source :8 Big Trends That Shaped the Mobile Phone Industry in 2011
  71. 71. QR Codes QR codes started to pop up more in digital and print marketing campaigns in 2011. For example,Sears and Kmart integrated the concept into their holiday marketing initiatives. 71Source :8 Big Trends That Shaped the Mobile Phone Industry in 2011
  72. 72. Mobile Gaming Explode Games were the most popular type of apps among smartphone users, beating out search, maps/navigation, and social networking and music apps for the top spot. 93% of all users are willing to pay for a mobile game. 72Source :8 Big Trends That Shaped the Mobile Phone Industry in 2011
  73. 73. The Cloud Apple introduced its highly-anticipated iCloud service. Google also launched a similar music service earlier in the year, 73Source :8 Big Trends That Shaped the Mobile Phone Industry in 2011
  74. 74. Intelligent Devices 74
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  76. 76. 76Source :London Futurists; mz@envisioningtech.com
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  78. 78. เครื่องวัดความดัน 78
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  81. 81. 81Source :London Futurists; mz@envisioningtech.com
  82. 82. 82Source :London Futurists; mz@envisioningtech.com
  83. 83. Mobile Cloud Computing 83Source: wikipedia
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  86. 86. It’s no longer about smartphonesKey ecosystems are expanding across 4 screens PC smartphone tablet smart TV Mac iPhone iPad Apple TV computers Chrome Android Android Google TV browser tablets Windows, Windows Windows 8 Xbox Office Phone Copyright VisionMobile 2012
  87. 87. Convergence in 2015 will be around ecosystemsand experience roaming across many types of devices 2005 2010 2015 one bill, one device, one ecosystem, triple play 1,000s of apps 10s of screens vision focal point network device ecosystemscompete price of number experiencebased on service of apps roaming Copyright VisionMobile 2012
  88. 88. Mobile Applications 88
  89. 89. องค์กรในยุค 2012 Mobile Worker Global (ลูกค้า ผู้ร่วมงาน พันธมิตร) Anywhere, Anytime การทำงานอย่างต่อเนื่อง (Business Continuity) การเปลี่ยนแปลงสู่ชีวิตดิจิตอล (Digital Life Convergence) 89Source : http://www.rickscloud.com/
  90. 90. แนวโน้มการใช้ซอฟต์แวร์ต้องสามารถใช้ได้กับทุกอุปกรณ์ Notebook,Tablet,SmartPhoneสามารถเข้าถึงข้อมูลได้ทุกที่ ทุกเวลา และ ทุกอุปกรณ์สามารถใช้งานได้อย่างต่อเนื่อง โดยไม่หยุดชะงัก และข้อมูลไม่สูญหายคิดค่าใช้จ่ายตามการใช้งาน OPEX ไม่ใช่ CAPEXเป็นบริการ (Service) ไม่ใช่ ผลิตภัณฑ์ (Product) 90
  91. 91. Ten Cutting Edge Mobile App 2012 Location Based Services Social Networking Mobile Search Mobile Commerce Mobile Payment Context Aware Service Object Recognition 91
  92. 92. Ten Cutting Edge Mobile App 2012 Mobile Instant Messaging Mobile e-mail Mobile Video 92
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  94. 94. Source: PwC 94
  95. 95. GMail 95
  96. 96. Picasa 96
  97. 97. Google Calendar 97
  98. 98. Google Calendar 98
  99. 99. Dropbox 99
  100. 100. Dropbox 100
  101. 101. Wongnai 101
  102. 102. OokBee 102
  103. 103. B2S BookStore 103
  104. 104. E-Book / Newspaper 104
  105. 105. e-Booking 105
  106. 106. e-Commerce 106
  107. 107. e-Commerce 107
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  110. 110. Internet Banking 110
  111. 111. Mobile Banking : Example 111
  112. 112. Your Bank 112Source : @2009 Tieto Corporation
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  115. 115. Why Trends?In 1950; GDP per capita < $100; Need Financial aids 115
  116. 116. The Chonggyechon river, South Korea 116
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  124. 124. Time to Change!!for The New Opportunities 124
  125. 125. www.facebook.com/softwareparkthailand 125
  126. 126. Thank youthanachart@swpark.or.thtwitter.com/thanachartwww.facebook.com/thanachartwww.swpark.or.thwww.facebook.com/softwareparkthailand 126

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