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DWS17 - Plenary Session : Technological Bets - Vincent BONNEAU - IDATE Digiworld

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DWS17 - Plenary Session : Technological Bets - Vincent BONNEAU - IDATE Digiworld

  1. 1. Time for big technology bets Innovation 2025 Plenary sessions 15 November 2017 Vincent BONNEAU, Head of Innovation Unit Bertrand COPIGNEAUX, Head of R&D v.bonneau@idate.org b.copigneaux@idate.org
  2. 2. Coming soon in a digital store near you Flagship Report on Digital Innovation in 2025 Part of DigiWorld Watch service (included in IDATE Digiworld Subscription for Members !!!)
  3. 3. Flagship Report on Digital Innovation in 2025 Methodology Third party reports IDATE Digiworld Teams Interviews with Members and R&D experts
  4. 4. Digital Innovations in 2015-2020 Results from previous equivalent works (Conducted in 2014) Mobile Cloud Big Data Source : IDATE DigiWorld
  5. 5. (Pure) Digital Innovations in 2015-2020 Digital Interfaces # 1 # 7 # 12 # 13 Digital Infrastructure # 2 # 3 # 6 # 10 Mobile Social AR & VR Cloud Big Data Superfast Broadband Video deliveryCommunication Two main types of innovation in the past (Non exhaustive results) Source : IDATE DigiWorld
  6. 6. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Major shift in Top 3 (in line with selection of speakers) Source : IDATE DigiWorld
  7. 7. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Major shift in Top 3 • Back in the spotlight with VPA and DeepMind • Fast growth of investments since 2012 • Benefiting from cloud and Big Data • Already close to 30 million service robots in use • Strong acceleration of adoption from 2020 • 24% CAGR for the next 10 years • 27 billion connected objects by 2025 • 13% CAGR for the next 10 years • Automotive and utilities as the main markets Source : IDATE DigiWorld, BloomBerg, Berg Insight, Tractica IoT AI Robots
  8. 8. Innovation in transition 2020 : Connected People 2025 : Smart Machines
  9. 9. Innovation DAshboard of TEchnologies (= IDATE) Maturity (tech) Adoption level 3D Mainstream Wild Cards Usual suspects Biggest bets The bigger the image, the higher in the ranking
  10. 10. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Mainstream Fast maturation of some technologies; No more in Top 15 (Non exhaustive results) • 135 minutes spent per day per internet user • 20% of all online & mobile time • 32 Billion EUR from paid mobile apps in 2016 • Usage dominated by communication services and games • M-commerce already close to 30% of e-commerce • 1,8 billion users of 4G in 2016 (CAGR of 26%) • Coverage above 70% of territory Source : IDATE DigiWorld, Statista Mobile Social Networks
  11. 11. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Usual suspects (and indeed Late bloomers) Still seen more as the future than the present (Non exhaustive results) • Industry 4.0 getting some traction • Consumer solutions showing limited adoption • Huge expectations around connected cars (43% CAGR next 15 years) • Considered as a top concern by most companies with new threats • Slow uptake, especially by consumers despite explosion of usage • Mobile security and biometrics on the rise • 19 billion USD invested in 2015, more than 150 by 2021 • Plenty of initiatives in crowdfunding, chatbots, new banking models • Adoption remains limited so far, even for mobile payments Source : IDATE DigiWorld, PwC IoT Cybersecurity Fintech
  12. 12. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Wild cards Huge impacts but unclear timeline; Not ranked in Top 15 in the last years (Non exhaustive results) • Disruption in the security models through decentralization • Essentially adopted in the financial services industry • Only 2 billion USD revenues by 2021 • Disruption for care and monitoring of patients • Additional growth coming from silver economy initiatives • Only 90 million connected devices by 2020, limited by business model issues • Already 83 billion USD markets in 2014 • Huge needs for better batteries and consumption optimization • Development of energy storage and harvesting Source : IDATE DigiWorld, GrandView Research, Freedonia Blockchain E-Health Energy storage
  13. 13. Innovation in transition Moving from DIGITAL to PHYGITAL (Physical&Digital) Source : Deloitte
  14. 14. Digital Innovations in 2020-2025 Emerging Techs for next rounds ? Quantum Computing Li-Fi Implantable Tech
  15. 15. Want to know more? Get the report … … and listen now to our guest speakers

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