Mobile matures and becomes ubiquitous

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Cloud computing, Big Data, Mobile... we all know these buzzwords but where were they coming from, who invented the most disruptive platforms and technologies and who were the true visionaries? My slides will take you on a journey through the mobile evolution and reveal what the next big thing or lets say "things" is/are.

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Mobile matures and becomes ubiquitous

  1. 1. Sascha Pallenberg | Mobilegeeks.de Mobile matures - and becomes ubiquitous
  2. 2. Mobile Evolution
  3. 3. Johann Philipp Reis 1861
  4. 4. Wilhelm Quante 1904
  5. 5. The A-Net 1958
  6. 6. The D-Net 1992
  7. 7. Booooriiiiiing.....
  8. 8. lets talk about visionaries...
  9. 9. Inventor of the BlackBerry
  10. 10. Popular Mechanics magazine (1909) "An inexpensive instrument, slightly bigger than a watch, will enable its bearer to hear anywhere, on sea or land, music or song... it will be possible for a business man in New York to dictate instructions, and have them instantly appear in type at his office in London or elsewhere."
  11. 11. Inventor of the Kindle
  12. 12. Return from the Stars (1961) "I spent the afternoon in a bookstore. There were no books in it. None had been printed for nearly half a century... The bookstore resembled, instead, an electronic laboratory... all my purchases fitted into one pocket, though there must have been almost three hundred titles.
  13. 13. Inventors of Cloud Computing
  14. 14. Erfinder des Cloud Computing
  15. 15. Timesharing: A Solution to Computer Bottlenecks (1963)
  16. 16. Inventor of the iPad
  17. 17. 1968
  18. 18. 1989
  19. 19. Smart Glasses?
  20. 20. Smart Glasses?
  21. 21. Smart Watches?
  22. 22. Generation Palmreader
  23. 23. Design follows Technology
  24. 24. Crucial Technologies for future Mobile Devices
  25. 25. Crucial Technologies for future Mobile Devices
  26. 26. Transparent and Flexible Displays
  27. 27. Transparent and Flexible Displays
  28. 28. Transparent Displays will change the World!
  29. 29. Smart Windows
  30. 30. Flexible Batteries will reshape devices that will change the World
  31. 31. Flexible Batteries will reshape devices that will change the World
  32. 32. Flexible Batteries will reshape devices that will change the World
  33. 33. Ubicomp drives future ecosystems
  34. 34. From Mainframe to Ubicomp • Mainframe (one computer, many people)
  35. 35. From Mainframe to Ubicomp • Mainframe (one computer, many people) • PC (one computer, one person)
  36. 36. From Mainframe to Ubicomp • Mainframe (one computer, many people) • PC (one computer, one person) • Ubiquitous Computing (one person, many computers)
  37. 37. Egoists will love Ubicomp
  38. 38. Future Ubicomp Markets
  39. 39. Future Ubicomp Markets
  40. 40. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  41. 41. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  42. 42. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  43. 43. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  44. 44. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  45. 45. Reshaping the Automotive Industry
  46. 46. Home Automation finally takes off
  47. 47. Home Automation finally takes off
  48. 48. Home Automation finally takes off
  49. 49. Home Automation finally takes off • 1.5 million home automation systems were installed in US homes in 2013
  50. 50. Home Automation finally takes off • 1.5 million home automation systems were installed in US homes in 2013 • That number is expected to grow to 8 million by 2017
  51. 51. Ubicomp isn't the end of mobile, it is the beginning!
  52. 52. Thank you! • sascha@mobilegeeks.com • twitter.com/sascha_p • gplus.to/pallenberg • facebook.com/pallenberg

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