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Introduction to CW Future Devices & Technologies Group (#CWFDT)


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Presentation by Zahid Ghadialy introducing the CW (Cambridge Wireless) Future Devices & Technologies SIG on 27 March 2018

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Introduction to CW Future Devices & Technologies Group (#CWFDT)

  1. 1. Introduction to Future Devices & Technologies Group (#CWFDT) 27th March 2018 @3g4gUK
  2. 2. CW FDT SIG Mission Statement The FDT SIG explores the future of wired & wireless devices, enabling technologies and components necessary to realise the future and facilitates members to envision the future beyond those available today. ©3G4G
  3. 3. The key top 15 technologies by 2025 ©3G4G Source: iDate Digiworld Future Devices & Technologies SIG
  4. 4. #CWFDT Future Events (Tentative Dates/Topics) (Tue) – Smart Devices of 2025 (Cambridge) Mar. 27 (Thu) – Drones (London) July 12 (Thu) – Robotics (London / Cambridge) Nov. 22 ©3G4G
  5. 5. Inputs ©3G4G From my presentation in 2012 Touch is the most common form of input Research on-going on Eye-Tracking techniques Voice is becoming the second most preferred way Not Exploited Very little Exploited
  6. 6. Outputs ©3G4G From my presentation in 2012 Voice and vision has been traditionally most common form Research on-going on giving touch feeling as output Not Exploited Research on-going on transmitting smells
  7. 7. Software is eating the world? ©3G4G Video: Link
  8. 8. Moore’s Law is not dead (yet) ©3G4G Source: The 120 years of Moore’s Law. Other interesting read: Zombie Moore's Law shows hardware is eating software
  9. 9. Hardware is expensive!!! ©3G4G Source: Bloomberg
  10. 10. Dude, Where’s The Wearables? (Mobile World Congress 2018) ©3G4G
  11. 11. But there is a lot of progress in hardware MediaTek Sensio MediaTek Sensio 'The world’s first 6-in-1 smartphone biosensor module for smartphones’ ❖ Heart Rate ❖ Blood Pressure ❖ Peripheral Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) ❖ HR Variability ❖ Electrocardiography (ECG) ❖ Photoplethysmography (PPG) Source ©3G4G
  12. 12. Intel Retinal Projection ©3G4G SourceSource
  13. 13. Wearable Brain Scanner ©3G4G Source: IEEE Spectrum
  14. 14. Agenda for the day • Scene setting – David Wood • Operators perspective – Tom Bennett • Integration of AI in consumer electronics – Julian Harris • Telepresence Robots – Zahid Ghadialy • Context-driven Fragrances – Dr Jenny Tillotson • 3D printed food – Robert Curtis • Shape memory alloy (SMA) technology – Andrea Cantone • Challenges for Packaging of Future Device Technologies – Steve Riches & Kevin Cannon ©3G4G
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