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Daniel ShepherdVice PresidentFrost & SullivanThrowing Light on the Future;Mega Trends ThatWill Shape the World
Introduction to Mega Trends
What is a Mega Trend?     Impact of Mega Trends on Key Organisational Functions                                           ...
We study the impact of >35 Mega Trends                Mega City                                                   Future o...
The Future is Smart
Urbanization – an underlying theme          MEGA CITY       City With A Minimum                                       MEGA...
“Innovating To ZERO”                                                              Zero Waste/                             ...
Smart is the new Green          Smart Cities          Smart                                              Smart Infrastruct...
Smart Diamond defines the Smart City                                       ‘S”                                   Governanc...
>40 Smart Cities by 2020                                                                                           Amsterd...
Smart Homes – a $20bn opportunity in 2020                                                                                 ...
Smart Office – Driving productivity and efficiency                                                                     New...
Virtual World 2020 – driving our form of interaction Virtual Shopping Allowing Customers to Try     Virtual Surgeries     ...
Mega Trends are relevant to you because …
Generation Y: 1/3 of the world‟s population by 2020       Personalization         Techno Savvy                 Civic and  ...
Middle Class to account for >50% of world population by 2020                                                              ...
The word „Ecosystem‟ starts to mean something                                        Energy/Infrastructure                ...
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Throwing Light on the Future; Mega Trends That Will Shape the World

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Throwing Light on the Future; Mega Trends That Will Shape the World

  1. 1. Daniel ShepherdVice PresidentFrost & SullivanThrowing Light on the Future;Mega Trends ThatWill Shape the World
  2. 2. Introduction to Mega Trends
  3. 3. What is a Mega Trend? Impact of Mega Trends on Key Organisational Functions Marketing and Strategy R&D• Transformative Innovation Scouting Budget• Global forces Spending• Define the future• Far reaching impact Technology Product Planning and Planning Development
  4. 4. We study the impact of >35 Mega Trends Mega City Future of Global Power GenerationURBANIZATION ENERGY Mega Regions Innovating to Zero !: Zero Emission Mega Corridors Technologies SMART Cities and SMART Infrastructure E-MOBILITY Generation Y Electric Vehicles Women Empowerment and Women CEOs Electric Aircrafts Power to the Middle ClassSOCIAL Reverse Brain Drain and CXO Positions in Developing Economies INFRASTRUCTURE Six Degrees Apart: Geo Socialization Future Investment in Infrastructure: Power, Water and Transport Emerging Transportation Corridors Beyond BRIC: The Next Game Changers New Shores: Emerging OutsourcingECONOMY Hotspots Future Global 500 Companies by Region New Trade Zones BUSINESS New Business Models SMART Clouds: The Next in Cloud Computing SPACE JAM: Congested Satellite Orbits Virtual World: Fluid Interfaces and HEALTH From Fat to Fit: Health,TECHNOLOGY Haptic Technology Wellness and Well Being RoboSlaves Future of Consumer Electronics Wireless Intelligence Factory of the Future: SMART and FACTORY Future Broadband Applications SMART World War 3: Cyber Warfare GREEN Innovative Technologies of the Future
  5. 5. The Future is Smart
  6. 6. Urbanization – an underlying theme MEGA CITY City With A Minimum MEGA REGIONS MEGA CORRIDORS Population Of 8 Million Cities Combining With Suburbs To The Corridors Connecting Two and GDP of $250 Million in Form Regions. (Population over Major Cities or Mega Regions 2025 (13 Mega Cities in 15 Million) 2011 and 25 Mega Cities in EXAMPLE: Hong Kong-Shenzhen- 2025) EXAMPLE: Johannesburg and Guangzhou in China (Population Pretoria (forming 120 Million) EXAMPLE: Greater London “Jo-Toria”)
  7. 7. “Innovating To ZERO” Zero Waste/ Emissions from Factories Zero Debts Zero Defects Complete Recyclability from Zero BreachesHouseholds (Cradle of Securityto Cradle Concept) Zero Emissions from Cars Zero Accidents Zero Crime Rates
  8. 8. Smart is the new Green Smart Cities Smart Smart Infrastructure Smart Energy Technology Smart Mobility Smart Buildings Smart Grids Smart Clouds Smart Materials Smart Bandages Smart Phones Smart Meters
  9. 9. Smart Diamond defines the Smart City ‘S” Governance ‘S’ Citizen ‘S’ Business ‘S’ City ‘S’ Buildings Planning ‘S’ Mobility ‘S’ Energy ‘S’ Information Technology
  10. 10. >40 Smart Cities by 2020 Amsterdam London Boulder Tianjin GIFT San Francisco Göteborg Stockholm Reykjavik Oslo Hammarby Sjöstad Songdo Montreal Clonburris Copenhagen Vancouver St Davids Seattle Toronto Freiburg Portland Paris Dongtan Treasure Island Barcelona Changsha Destiny Coyote Springs Meixi Lake Babcock Ranch Khajuraho Arcosanti Pune Singapore City Bogota KochiLegend Waitakere, N.Z. Cities built from scratch Curitiba Cape Town Masdar Moreland, Australia Existing eco cities Existing eco megacities
  11. 11. Smart Homes – a $20bn opportunity in 2020 Holodeck Adventures At Home: Ready-To-Entertain Living Smart Building Controls and Internet Radio: Portable Rooms,:3D HD TV, Immersive Management: Monitors Mood Radio with wireless Internet Gaming Experiences, Movies-On- Lighting, Curtains, Sets Security, Connection Streams Demand Controlled by Gesture or Adjusts Temperature and Fully Voice Command Linked to Mobile, Office PC and Car Smart Fridge: Built in Touch Screen with connectivity to nearby grocery shop Constant and Pervasive WiFi Network and WiMax and 4G Technology Smart Safety and Security: Automated Lock Systems, Holodecks (showing Infinity Pools Motion Detectors Can Send and Other Landscape) To Provide Alarms to Mobile Phones Illusion of A Beautiful Scene Outside
  12. 12. Smart Office – Driving productivity and efficiency New Hospitality Models Meaningful Workplace Wellbeing Zones: To Entering the Corporate Paperless Meeting Rooms : Designs to Create Lessen Stress and Enhance Environment Using Multitouch and Personalized Experience, Productivity Haptics on the Table Customized Ergonomic Solutions Seamless Switching Between Laptops and Panel Display Enabling Wellness at the Desk: New Meeting Dynamics andCorrect Display Screen InteractionSet-Up, Mood Lighting, Massage Chairs and Stress Management Workshops Telepresence Technology to Lessen Business Travel Smart Clouds Enabling Real- Time Integration of Idea Capture and Information Sharing
  13. 13. Virtual World 2020 – driving our form of interaction Virtual Shopping Allowing Customers to Try Virtual Surgeries and Medical Training Virtual Business Conferences Products without leaving their homes Virtual Classes and Laboratories and Social Networking: 3D Avatars Daily 3D Field Trips Enabling People to Lead Multiple to Different Countries and Planets Lives
  14. 14. Mega Trends are relevant to you because …
  15. 15. Generation Y: 1/3 of the world‟s population by 2020 Personalization Techno Savvy Civic and Demanding and and and Connected Environmentally Impatient – “Fast Individualization 24 X 7 Friendly and the Furious” Gaming Gizmos Personalized Search and Instant Text Messaging Eco- Transport News Smart Phones Social Networking Profiles Bag-For-Life (Paper Bags Instead of Plastic) Instant Chat Facebook-on-the Move Personalized Products Paperless Banking Speed Oriented Gaming (Car Racing) Microblogs
  16. 16. Middle Class to account for >50% of world population by 2020 Percent of Global Middle Class Across Developing Global Income Pyramid, 2010 and 2020 Regions in 2020 10% Africa 31% $30,000 India Middle 4% East 16% Rest of $6,000 Asia Latin 8% America 7% CEE 2010 2020 24% ChinaNote: The Middle Class in the graph are defined as people with Incomes between$6,000 and $30,000 found in developing countries. However, this definition could differ marginally 2020from country.
  17. 17. The word „Ecosystem‟ starts to mean something Energy/Infrastructure Players • T&D Technology • Power Electronics • Renewable Energy • Integrated Distribution Management • Substation Automation • AMI-Enabled Metering • Etc.• IP Networks • Building Automation• Digital Technology • Demand-Side Management• Analysis Software • Connectivity of devices• Wireless Communication • Monitoring and Sensing• Technology Integration • Smart Grid Integration• Network Security • Etc.• Etc. Automation/Building IT Players Control Players

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