Tech Giants and Digital Experts have always discussed about the importance of advanced computer technologies. These processes and techniques will establish and bring down market cost to a big volume. The opportunity to innovate communication will initiate company’s growth. Every company ould like to stay ahead of the growth curve, and that’s where they need to support of exclusive mechanism.
What do the statistics state?
When it comes to determine the advancement and expansion of technology, there’s no oppose the contribution of big tech companies like Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, google and Facebook. These ventures have contributed a lot to the overall market gains. In fact, federal investments in the digital market will touch ht $94 Billion by 2018. Now, we know how the technology market is going to shape up in the coming years.
Identifying the promising and prospective technologies at this juncture will be a great thing to do. We must have a look at the four exciting technologies that are expected to leave a mark in 2018!
1. Electric car tech will reach its tipping point
Self-driving cars are in the labs being readied for the 2020s. So forget about them for a few years, and embrace electric cars.
In 2018 we’ll see new electric cars promising ranges of 200 miles or more, including the Tesla Model 3 and the second-generation Nissan Leaf. That will mean more positive coverage for electric cars in the media.
2. Internet of things
BI Intelligence’s report on the “internet of things” notes that nearly $6 trillion will be spent on IoT solutions in the next five years alone. This deluge of investment has turned this once science-fictional notion into reality.
Already, many of us wake up in our “smart beds” to a Bluetooth-connected alarm clock that communicates with our wifi-enabled speakers. Soon all of our devices — microwaves, washing machines and even bird feeders — will be connected to the web. With geospatial data from all of our devices, tech-savvy companies will be able to optimize and automate systems, eradicating inefficiencies caused by human error.
3. Digital centralization
Over the past decade, we’ve seen the debut of many different types of devices, including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and dozens of other “smart” appliances. We’ve also come to rely on lots of individual apps in our daily lives, including those for navigation to even changing the temperature of our house. Consumers are craving centralization; a convenient way to manage everything from as few devices and central locations as possible. Smart speakers are a good step in the right direction, but 2018 may influence the rise of something even better.
4. Blockchain Finds Its Way
While its more popular cousin Bitcoin continues to blow away stock market analysts, Blockchain may finally find its place in 2018. Gartner shows that as of February this year, blockchain was the second top search term on its website, increasing 400% in just 12 months. To me, it’s no surprise. While the financial industry will be the first to begin utilizing this amazing tool, numerous others — from healthcare to entertainment to hospitality — will not be far behind. Granted, the move to blockchain will not come overnight either — just 20% of trade finance globally will use it by 2020. But once it finds its sea legs — most likely this year — there will literally be no turning back.
The Bonus point for the readers –
Artificial intelligence and machines will soon become ubiquitous in the professional world. From virtual assistants, to manual labor,to intermediary services, many jobs will likely be disrupted in the coming years. Though humans are indispensable in certain fields, there are many points of optimization that we can fully automate with embedded technology.