In your field of work, what is the major technological trend on the horizon?
In our field, digital signage, the major trend is accessing many facets of "digital sigange" via the cloud. Gone are the days of digital signage just being displays on the wall. We can now meet the consumer or target-audience at the cross-roads of reality and digital by communicating to all their mobile devices and allowing them to interact with the digital signage displays through RFID, NFC and other gesture based controls.
It's all about originality useful content and finding how do things smaller and cheaper while still making a buck or two.
Better automated code creation in the cloud. Mobile code standardization. Machine learning.
I really like that electronics, and making and hacking on all sorts of things, has gotten way popular to the point where almost anyone can learn to play with these things, and do way cool things. I think this will be happening more and more -- especially with hackerspaces popping up all over the planet.
The major technological trend in interactive textiles - fabrics that can exchange data between a computer and the surrounding world - is the effort to apply this technology to everyday objects and things.
Find new sources of energy without harming global environment.
Ubiquitous technologies to become embedded in every fibre of human life: how does it augment our experience/activities/tasks? How can it enable intelligent environment which adapts to the evolving community
The impact/threat of cloud computing and the emergence of digital black holes.
The trend is really mobile consumption of services. Sharing, reading, listening... Everybody is using their mobile devices more and more; the challenge is making that usage seamless. These products are still at a very early stage, and so they haven't reached the maturity of being a partner, but more of a baby. We're "taking care" of these things instead of letting them be "useful partners".
ERP CRM. That's we're implementing now.
Business analysis is my field and is technologically agnostic as far as i am concerned
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