From driver-less cars to robotic workers, the future is going to be here before you know it. Many emerging technologies you hear about today will reach a tipping point by 2025, according to a report from The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software & Society.
We have gathered some trends and insights that could be interesting for you. Here you can find some articles regarding Machinery Automation, Robotics, IIoT and more.
"From the survey results, the council identified 21 defining moments, all of which they predict will occur by 2030. "
"Automation is a hot topic in many industries right now. It can refer to several things, not just robotics. This article breaks down the differences between the various terms."
Machine learning is rapidly becoming one of the most important trends in the enterprise software ecosystem. Machine learning has all the characteristics of becoming one of the most transformational forces in the next generation of enterprise software solutions. Even though the space is still in very early stages, we are already witnessing the transformational impact that machine learning is having in several enterprise sectors.
"New IIoT-enabled job opportunities and increased revenue are up for grabs right across the industrial spectrum."
"In the future, successful companies will use the Industrial Internet of Things to capture new growth through three approaches: boost revenues by increasing production and creating new hybrid business models, exploit intelligent technologies to fuel innovation, and transform their workforce."
"Are you ready for what’s coming? Leveraging the IoT for firm benefit involves revisiting certain ideas that may have gone unquestioned for a long time. In this article, we begin by reviewing the complexity of the IoT, the complexities of an increasingly interconnected environment, and the increasing need to develop partnerships in order to create innovative solutions."
"Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are two very hot buzzwords right now, and often seem to be used interchangeably. Both terms crop up very frequently when the topic is Big Data, analytics, and the broader waves of technological change which are sweeping through our world."