Technology Trends & Workplace Application

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A look at some of the latest innovation and technologies and their potential as work enablers

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<ul><li> 1. InnovE@tpresentsTechnology trends<br />By Richard Power<br /></li></ul> <p> 2. Innovation <br />... if we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin.<br />Ivan Turgenev<br /> 3. Launchpad&amp; showcase events<br /> 4. Technology trends<br />Tomorrow and coming soon.<br /> 5. Transparent screens<br /> 6. OLED Screens<br />2.9mm-thick OLED telly is the desirable shape of TVs to come. Its the worlds slimmest TV model.<br />31 Inch19201080 HD visuals with passive 3D functionality built-in. <br /> 7. Mini - low cost wearable OLED screens<br /> 8. Flexi screens<br /> 9. Flexi Screens<br /> 10. OLED Screens<br />Sonys latest concept a full-colour flexible display built on the sheet of plastic, can bend and it still shows the video. Its only 0.3mm thick and has a resolution of 160120px. <br /> 11. Smart TV<br />Smart TV is an entertainment and app platform <br />You can use it to access video content from places like YouTube and BBC iPlayer, use social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter, check Google Maps and play games.<br /> 12. Wireless 4G networks<br />IPv6 has a vastly larger address space than IPv4. This results from the use of a 128-bit address, whereas IPv4 uses only 32 bits. The new address space thus supports 2128 (about 3.41038) <br />From another perspective, this is the same number of IP addresses per person as the number of atoms in a metric ton of carbon.<br /> 13. WiFi 4G<br />While 4G wireless internet is not available everywhere yet UK in 2012 - it is a very strong choice for travelling and mobile users. Based on phone tower signals, 4G service providers can give you from 1 to 50 megabits-per-second download speed<br />Better than the majority of Broadband services today<br /> 14. Wireless NFC (Near Field communication)<br /> 15. Wireless power transfer and charging<br /> 16. Smart phones dual core processors<br /> 17. Smart phone &amp;Tablet docks<br /> 18. Augmented Reality<br /> 19. AR on our TVs today<br /> 20. Augmented Reality Apps - Wikitude<br /> 21. Augmented reality in FM tools<br />Overlaying data on real time images<br />Applications could include room booking, building diagnostics, space modelling and planning<br /> 22. AR some examples<br /> 23. AR<br /> 24. IBM AR<br /> 25. IBM AR<br /> 26. RiTechSignature USB<br />Straight out of 007, this offers ultimate data protection<br />With hardware encryption, through dual fingerprint recognition and a unique self destruct tamper protection<br /> 27. Cloud computing<br /> 28. How bright is the future?<br />Right side:<br />Place a photo (optimal size is 127x190.6mm to fit to the frame). Do so only when needed, because every slide with image will increase the file size.You can also place a text (by editing and overwriting this textbox) <br />..foresight its a wonderful thing<br /> 29. Sony concept computer<br />Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible organic light emitting diode (OLED) touchscreen. <br />This computer is supposed to be in the market in the next 10 yrs, features like a holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels and social networking compatibility<br /> 30. Nokia concept phone<br />Nokia Morph concept phone will use nanotechnology based flexible materials, transparent electronics and self-cleaning surfaces. This would mean you could change the shape of your phone/device (as shown in the picture). <br />How cool is that?<br /> 31. Maybe a step to far.<br />Well, it will be cheaper to produce flexible display screens at some point so possibilities are endless. <br />Imagine computers that can change shape while using three-dimensional and touch-driven interfaces.<br /> 32. Smart buildings<br />Some of the technology coming to an office near you..<br /> 33. Smart so what is it? <br />The use of networked technology, embedded within architecture to monitor and control elements<br />of the architecture for exchange of information between users, systems and buildings.<br />Pertaining to the ability to do data processing locally; SMART: An intelligent terminal that can edit input before transmission to a host computer.<br /> 34. Present Bringing technology from other sectors<br /> 35. </p> <ul><li>Occupancy profiling </li></ul> <p> 36. HVAC controls 37. Energy monitoring 38. Security monitoring 39. Digital signageReal time everything<br />Capture<br />Action<br />The raw data of how many people are occupying a space in real-time will allow the precise alignment of occupancy and energy use, and create new metrics for space planning<br />Respond<br />Interpret<br />Translate<br /> 40. Real Time dashboards<br /> 41. Visitor journeys<br />Visitor kiosks<br />Virtual check in<br />Facial recognition<br /> 42. Real time energy awareness and management<br />Internal and external customers are demanding organisations to be energy proficient<br />Energy conservation measures will move to be monetised in line with targets. Increased pressure to provide sustainable action and processes<br /> 43. Telepresence<br /> 44. Demand for Office intelligence<br />Customer demand<br />Cost savings<br />Drive for efficiency<br />Reduce environmental impact<br />Accuracy<br />Sustainability<br /> 45. Any questions?<br />In case you are wondering- this is my email address<br />Thank you<br /></p>