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Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future
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Dr Ian Pearson: A trip to the future

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  • 1. Dr Ian Pearson A trip to the future twitter.com/timeguide www.futurizon.com timeguide.wordpress.com
  • 2. Bring your own kit 2.0 Social status Medical monitoring, alarms Communication, data distribution Networking Digital image augmentation Any form Sensing Mobile website Digital bubble Decoration Identification, security Tribal signalling Miniaturisation will bring everyday IT down to jewellery size. Combinations of devices can monitor and relay a wide variety of data.
  • 3. Parallel web: Sponge nets, inter-car nets etc Wireless links Wireless LAN link to web and between clusters Laptops Tablets Smart phones Display devices Digital jewellery Beacons Street furniture Custom devices Smart clothing Active skin Direct inter-device networking will become an important alternative internet platform. This moves the customer away from mobile nets, and device manufacturers take a share.
  • 4. Security threats Smart dust Internal signals indicate every piece of data that is processed by MFP. Signals can be captured and stored in smart dust until agent walks past, then silently transmitted to his memory stick. MFP Agent
  • 5. Espionage 35nm tech means 200M transistors/mm2. Small specks of smart dust can be concealed anywhere e.g. sand or dirt, passed on by handshake, or dust settling from the air, in food, seeds, gravel or in clothes, stick to shoes. Air conditioning is new security risk Even coins or banknotes could be used to hide devices to monitor And record and transmit activity Ant: 10mm Human vision limit: 0.1mm Apple 2 computers: 0.015mm 0.25MB memory chips: 0.05mm
  • 6. Smart skin: enhanced senses, IT interfaces & remote monitoring Magnetic field Radiation (EM or nuclear) Magnetic field External sensors Temperature Sensory Input translation unit Proximity Sensory Output Audio Detachable sensors Video Sound Heat Implanted sensors Chemical or Vibration Alarms biological presence Telemetry Pain or pleasure Wearable sensors Location Data Pollutants Monitors Logs Control systems Messaging
  • 7. IT-side Convergence Retail Phones Tracking & tablets Augmented Profiling Visors reality Food Mags Games TV Film Cars E-ink Clothes Games technology is really key to convergence because it is the focal point for advanced interfaces and display interaction
  • 8. Cloudy everywhere Manufacturers Walled gardens Smart TVs Social net sites Corporate Servers Laptops/ Notebooks Home PCs Tablets Server Farms Web services Walled gardens Smartphones Office PCs Smart-phones OS Providers Blogs Search/ portals App providers Content creators
  • 9. Cloud based services Payments Security Context/ Location Certification Identity management Selfactualisation Privacy/ Smart filters Services Digital air Data management Augmented Sensor nets reality Interfaces Custom overlays As cloud services fragment, rewards will go to the innovative
  • 10. Ensuring trust One company may vanish and leave customers with data loss Cloud providers must collaborate to ensure data integrity in event of failure
  • 11. Data assurance services Business restructuring Bring your own kit Miniaturisation threats S/W & OS obsolescence Data assurance More cyberattacks Parallel webs Lots of trends adding to risk of data loss so more opportunities for companies to help protect against it.
  • 12. Digital air Public service data Background data radiation and public information will Positioning services be ubiquitous, context dependent data will be Advertising pulled off the net and from Beacons packaging, marketing messages pushed by instore beacons, and sticky information will brush off and be transmitted person RFID chips to person down the street Digital bubbles on products
  • 13. 3d Printing, local manufacture + High street pick & place 3d printing hybrids will soon make complex artefacts containing a wide range of IT & mechanics
  • 14. Adaptability & Agility Today Tomorrow The web and machines can take over simple transactional tasks, but can’t offer the full range of capability and care afforded by human relationships Optimisation is good in a stable environment but in a rapidly changing environment, adaptability and agility are more important. Risk taking also pays off during rapid change Day after And then?
  • 15. Display evolution Large wall displays, street ads, coffee table displays, digital windows, recipe tablets etc The more personal displays become, the more opportunities they present
  • 16. Active contact lens Pearson 1991 Laser Focusing Retina Processing Micromirror Lasers Gaze direction sensor Invisible graphene electronics Resolution only limited by eye Natural distance perception Tiny environmental footprint The LED-per-pixel approach isn’t scalable Laser Laser Micromirror Inductive Gaze power direction supply sensor Comms & ctrl Laser Diamond substrate
  • 17. Augmented reality Virtual architecture, data and image superposition, marketing, social and other information. Huge opportunities, but that also means interest from other industries with different agendas, such as Google, Microsoft, eBay or Apple, or government organisations…..
  • 18. Balloons and plane reflectors Easy to use a vacuum carbon foam balloon as a permanent base for predictive tracking with laser cells to give high bandwidth and capacity. 20km height = 100 microsec latency Google Loon project is really an unnecessary proof of concept. Of course it works! Just do it, but not with helium, we’re running out. Same could work over cities using planes or airships with simple reflectors on bottom.
  • 19. Casual displays & Fingernet Program HP’s memory spot by finger touch or pen to control image on cheap display. Could have lots of reusable card displays all over your house or office. Finger can transmit both the electrical power and 2Mb/s data, 1 second contact for a decent photo, with a networked wristband or hand held device as the data and power source.
  • 20. Future marketplace Buildings Virtual Personal Social Business
  • 21. Marketing and buying Push v Pull Digital air Beacons Smart sprinkles Sticky ads Tracking RFID recognition Advanced displays Social networking Digital bubble Context awareness Profile broadcasting Urban tribes Inter-car comms Reverse auctions Community buying AI & filters
  • 22. Thank you idpearson@gmail.com www.futurizon.com twitter.com/timeguide timeguide.wordpress.com

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