Trends for 2014

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Trends for 2014, presented by Patrick Van Renterghem (@itworks) at a "big pICTure" Meetup on 10th of February 2014.

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Trends for 2014

  1. 1. Trends for 2014 Patrick Van Renterghem @itworks slideshare.net/itworks storify.com/itworks www.linkedin.com/in/itworks
  2. 2. The right anytime information anywhere Gartner: The Nexus of Forces (2013)
  3. 3. ● Social media, also in the Enterprise ● Mobile has won (dixit a smiling Eric Schmidt) ● Cloud before buy before build ● Big data … big insights ● Copernican revolution in management … But you ain’t see nothing yet ! Think 2020 ...
  4. 4. “We are probably living in the most interesting times for information technology, as we are in the middle of a major paradigm shift” (Peter Hinssen, author of Business/IT Fusion, The New Normal & The Network Always Wins) Volatility Uncertainty Complexity Ambiguity The S-Curve, The FlipIT should stop being a butler
  5. 5. Customers' expectations in digital are changing, and business needs to respond ... ➔ How we use the Internet is changing ➔ Customers no longer just want digital, they expect it ➔ Business can adjust to current needs ... ➔ ... and is prepared for new ones (Deloitte study "A wave of digital change", end of 2013)
  6. 6. 3D Printing ● Additive Manufacturing Process ● Print toys, bikes, jewelry, houses, furniture, all prototypes, gifts, prosthetics, clothes, food, organs, blood vessels, … ● Based on 3D models and ecosystems (Thingiverse, Shapeways, DIY SketchUp, AutoDesk, …) ● 3D modelling will become big business (cfr. WikiHouse) ● In plastic, steel, silver, titanium, ceramics, chocolate, … ● At your home, or in hubs, stores, factories, space, … ● Beware of copyright / liability lawsuits (cfr. @PatrickITlaw)
  7. 7. 3D Printing: An Opportunity and Challenge for Manufacturing & Logistics
  8. 8. See Frederic De Meyer’s Presentation at http://www.slideshare.net/itworks
  9. 9. Wearable Technology Activity monitoring devices (Nike Fuelband, Fitbit, ...) Smartwatches (Pebble, Samsung Gear, Apple iWatch) P-Health Apps & Devices When Intelligent Clothing, Implants ? Unique Selling Proposition (USP) ?
  10. 10. What About Apple ?
  11. 11. Wearable computing is part of the The bigger picture
  12. 12. Nest, worth $3.2 billion for Google Cisco - IoE Software Defined Networks (SDN)
  13. 13. Apple’s iBeacon Technology Internet of Things + Mobile Payments iPhone 5s or later, iOS7 or higher, BLE, Estimote
  14. 14. Google Glass Now with fashionable prescription frames and shades What is the USP of Google Glass ?
  15. 15. http://stel-je-voor-met-google-glass.blogspot.be/ Using the Name Tag app FacialNetwork.com
  16. 16. Google Glass Workshop & Meetup Namiddagworkshop (10 maart 2014, 14-18u) - mogelijkheden van Glass - ontwerp en ontwikkeling van Glass apps - toepassingen in uw business - hands-on workshop Free Meetup (10 maart 2014, 19-22u) - mogelijkheden van Glass - toepassingen voor intelligent eyewear, headmounted displays en augmented reality - voorbeelden van toepassingen www.itworks.be/GGD1-Google-Glass-namiddag
  17. 17. Why does Google want Robots ? To do hazardous tasks ? To deliver the mail ? To replace soldiers ? To do domestic tasks ??
  18. 18. “Quantified Self” Wikipedia: A trend to incorporate technology into data acquisition on aspects of a person's daily life in terms of inputs (e.g. food consumed, quality of surrounding air), states/emotions (e.g. mood, arousal, blood oxygen levels), and performance (mental and physical). Such self-monitoring and self-sensing, which combines wearable sensors (EEG, ECG, video, etc.) and wearable computing, is also known as lifelogging. Other names for using data to improve daily functioning are “self- tracking”, "auto-analytics", “body hacking” and “self-quantifying” E.g.: sleep and pee tracking on babies, 23andme, Scanadu Scout, ...
  19. 19. “A Hospital in the Palm of your Hand”
  20. 20. Customer Intelligence & Intimacy
  21. 21. Big Data, Hadoop and Analytics
  22. 22. Big Data, NoSQL, NewSQL & Analytics Seminar on 27th of February 2014 (14-21h) Presented by Rick van der Lans www.itworks.be/NOSQLD7-Seminar
  23. 23. Andrew McAfee & Erik Brynjolfsson ● Brilliant technologies, unprecedented innovations, 3rd industrial revolution ● About the forces driving the reinvention of our lives and our economy ● Don’t race against the machine, race with the machine
  24. 24. Peter Hinssen Proposes a VACINE for VUCA Velocity, Agility, Creativity, to Innovate, Network and Experiment Book is about “Surviving the Flip”
  25. 25. Stanford Prof. Baba Shiva Advises companies to perform a "Pre-Mortem" examination. Do this now, while your company is still in good shape. Find out what could kill you in the next 5 years and take appropriate action
  26. 26. 2014: The Year of Personalisation ! ● Personalised manfacturing, print your own stuff ● Wearing smart things and lots of sensors ● Store data and apps in the personal cloud ● Quantified self & personalised health ● Learn more at your own leisure via MOOCs ● Personalized radio ● Customer experiences get personal
  27. 27. Source: Your Sensored Life: An Expanded View of Quantified Self (Gartner)
  28. 28. But How ? ● Agile methods ● Crowdsourcing / cocreation ● Multidisciplinary teams, conversation managers ● Service design ● Customer-first, mobile-first, cloud-first ● Think 2020 ● Rethink education (soft skills and creativity)

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