The future of technology

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The future of technology

  1. 1. Technology Today & Tomorrow Opportunities & Challenges J. A. Bhavsar - CIO, ITM Group Presented at Dr. D. Y. Patil Polytechnic, Nerul, Navi Mumbai 16 Dec 2013
  2. 2. Where are we today? • • • • • • • • Smart Phones with higher processing speeds Air-conditioned transport Increased online sales Communication Networks that are more reliable and have greater coverage E-voting machines, e-tendering, e-investing, e-booking, etc. Better healthcare facilities – organ transplanting, in-vitro, etc. Increasing use of video conferencing, work from home and flexi-time options Increasing use of renewable sources of energy
  3. 3. Role of Technology in Society Enhance the Quality of Life • • • • • • • Reduce Pain & Suffering Reduce Costs, time, power consumption Minimize Depletion of Natural Resources Optimize Use of Available Resources Enhance Product Features Promote Equality Promote Sustainable Economic Growth
  4. 4. Cutting Edge Technologies Today • • • • • • Nanotechnology Green Technologies New Materials of Construction Robotics & Embedded Systems 3D Printing for Precision Manufacturing Information and Communications Technologies
  5. 5. Nanotechnology • Computing devices • Drug Delivery
  6. 6. Green Technology • • • • Renewable Sources of Energy Green Buildings Green manufacturing Sustainable Development
  7. 7. New Materials of Construction • Graphene • Graphyne • Stanene
  8. 8. Robotics & Embedded Systems • • • • Robots in Manufacturing Robotic Surgery Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Robots in Warfare
  9. 9. 3D Printing • 3D Printing for Prototyping & Modeling • 3D Printing for Intricate & Additive Manufacturing • 3D Printing in Growing Organs
  10. 10. Information & Communication • • • • • • • Cloud Computing Remote Monitoring & Control eLearning Bio Computing Mobile Devices Augmented Reality Wearable Technology
  11. 11. Domains likely to be impacted the most • • • • • • • Manufacturing Functionality & Miniaturization Building Design & Construction Transport Healthcare Warfare Education
  12. 12. Nanotechnology • Computing devices • Drug Delivery
  13. 13. Thank You jbhavsar@itm.edu

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