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Tech Trends 2015 and Beyond

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TECH TRENDS OF 2015

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HARDWARE SOFTWARE DISRUPTION MOBILE PREDICTIONS

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A high-level shout out to the latest trends emerging in technology across hardware, software, mobile and platform.

Predictions on how these trends will evolve in 2016.

Further reading:

Virtual Reality: http://www.roadtovr.com/
Google Cardboard education initiative: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/
Microsoft Hololens: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us
Google ATAP (Projects Tango, Jacquard and Soli): https://plus.google.com/+GoogleATAP/videos
Fitbit: http://www.fitbit.com/au
Pebble: https://getpebble.com/
Apple Watch: http://www.apple.com/au/watch/

Facebook’s DeepFace: https://research.facebook.com/publications/480567225376225/deepface-closing-the-gap-to-human-level-performance-in-face-verification/
Google’s image recognition research: http://googleresearch.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/inceptionism-going-deeper-into-neural.html
Microsoft’s How Old experiment: https://how-old.net/themagic
Skype Translator Preview: http://www.skype.com/en/translator-preview/

Android Auto: https://www.android.com/auto/
Gogoro: https://www.gogoro.com/smartscooter/customize
Tesla: http://www.teslamotors.com/en_AU/
Slack: https://slack.com/
Trello: https://trello.com/

Mobile statistics: http://www.kpcb.com/internet-trends

A high-level shout out to the latest trends emerging in technology across hardware, software, mobile and platform.

Predictions on how these trends will evolve in 2016.

Further reading:

Virtual Reality: http://www.roadtovr.com/
Google Cardboard education initiative: https://www.google.com/edu/expeditions/
Microsoft Hololens: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us
Google ATAP (Projects Tango, Jacquard and Soli): https://plus.google.com/+GoogleATAP/videos
Fitbit: http://www.fitbit.com/au
Pebble: https://getpebble.com/
Apple Watch: http://www.apple.com/au/watch/

Facebook’s DeepFace: https://research.facebook.com/publications/480567225376225/deepface-closing-the-gap-to-human-level-performance-in-face-verification/
Google’s image recognition research: http://googleresearch.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/inceptionism-going-deeper-into-neural.html
Microsoft’s How Old experiment: https://how-old.net/themagic
Skype Translator Preview: http://www.skype.com/en/translator-preview/

Android Auto: https://www.android.com/auto/
Gogoro: https://www.gogoro.com/smartscooter/customize
Tesla: http://www.teslamotors.com/en_AU/
Slack: https://slack.com/
Trello: https://trello.com/

Mobile statistics: http://www.kpcb.com/internet-trends

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Tech Trends 2015 and Beyond

  1. 1. TECH TRENDS OF 2015
  2. 2. ROBERTTILT INTERACTIVE LEAD
  3. 3. HARDWARE SOFTWARE DISRUPTION MOBILE PREDICTIONS
  4. 4. HARDWARE
  5. 5. Companies are investing heavily in emerging technology, but a lot of the innovation is grass roots.
  6. 6. Oculus Rift Morpheus Vive
  7. 7. Cardboard Gear VR
  8. 8. HoloLens
  9. 9. HoloLens
  10. 10. Project Tango
  11. 11. Project Jacquard Project Soli
  12. 12. SOFTWARE
  13. 13. DeepFace
  14. 14. Output Image Recognition Input
  15. 15. Cloud computing has become incredibly cheap. Software has made it accessible.
  16. 16. Software defined
  17. 17. DISRUPTION
  18. 18. The biggest consumer spending categories are also the weakest user experience markets. This has lead to innovation.
  19. 19. Android Auto
  20. 20. (Gogoro Scooter)
  21. 21. Enterprise software used to be about making existing work more efficient. Now, the opportunity for software is to transform the work itself. - Aaron Levie @levie
  22. 22. MOBILE
  23. 23. WeChat
  24. 24. iOSAndroid
  25. 25. PREDICTIONS
  26. 26. Internet of Things will become the Internet of Everything.
  27. 27. Wearables will struggle to penetrate the market, until they get their killer app.
  28. 28. Crowd funding leads to more disruption.
  29. 29. Messaging apps will evolve to be the new social media.
  30. 30. Mobile payments gain traction, set to boom.
  31. 31. Everything will become on-demand.
  32. 32. Virtual Reality Google Cardboard education initiative Microsoft Hololens Google ATAP (Projects Tango, Jacquard and Soli) Fitbit Pebble Apple Watch DeepFace Skype Translator Preview Android Auto Gogoro Tesla Slack Trello Square Stripe Mobile statistics Further reading
  33. 33. @ROBERT_TILTThank you! http://www.slideshare.net/ thevisualjazz

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • Check in for VR Demo
    Self intro
    responsibilities
  • Cover the following topics
    Lots to cover.
    Feel free to interrupt me or talk to me after the session
  • Exciting time in technology
    Brand new technologies
    Sweet spot of different technologies merging together
    New financing models (crowdsourcing)
    Insatiable thirst by the larger industry
  • Virtual Reality

    Oculus Rift
    started on Kickstarter late 2012.
    Raised 8m
    Palmer Luckey was 19years old
    Bought by Facebook last year for 3b

    Sony doing Morpheus, HTC doing Vive

    Nothing actually released yet
    Still need a machine to power it
  • have been released

    These are ‘lower cost’ alternatives to the dedicated headsets

    Use your mobile as the display and sensors

    Google cardboard (don’t sell themselves) - $20

    Gear - $250
    Google pushing VR initiatives
    ‘Expeditions’ Education
    YouTube -> 360 video, soon VR
  • Not the only weird thing you wear on your head

    Here is a promo image for the Microsoft Hololens
  • I prefer this shot.

    Augmented Reality
    Explanation of how it works

    Not released (2016)

    Sensors are the real power behind these technologies
    VR – Gyroscope
    Hololens uses camera array

    Another device that uses a camera array to position itself is...
  • Project Tango from Google ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects)

    Uses cameras to map out realworld space

    Originally conceived as an extension to Mapping, or ‘Area learning’
    Now used in Google’s self-guiding car.
    Attached to quadcopters for mapping out danger areas such as collapsed buildings
    Helping the disabled
  • Fitbit
    Originally launched late naughties as a fob
    2013 Fitbit flex (first band)

    Pebble
    Crowdfunded by Kickstarter (and one of its earliest successes)
    Hooks up to Android phone
    Dev friendly, not consumer friendly

    Apple watch
    Brand power
    Extension of the phone
    Doesn’t do anything perfect yet
    Watch OS 2

    Fitbit still strong
    Has it’s purpose
    Easy to use
    Cheap ($100 vs $500)

  • Wearables don’t have to be watches or bands
    Still stuck to a screen and buttons as input
    Here are some left of field examples from Google ATAP

    Jacquard
    The concept of touchscreen and fabrics are the same
    Looking at integrating electronics into fabrics
    Evolve to not see of feel the electronics
    Soli
    Uses radio frequency spectrum (radars) to pick up hand motions
    Tiny electronics
    Embedded in everyday devices
    Gesture recognition – machine learning
  • Projects like HoloLens, Tango and Soli are only available with the power of software
  • Who uses Facebook here?

    getting better at making suggestions for people to tag in the photos?


    ‘machine learning’, ‘neural networks’ is basically training algorithms with repetition into giving in an ‘understanding’

    DeepFace
    97.25% accuracy, regardless of lighting conditions or angles.
    humans generally have an average of 97.53% accuracy.
    nearly the same accuracy as humans.
  • Google image recognition research

    Trained neural network with millions of images
    Static with a static image, give a category
    Context becomes part of the image (dumbbell)


  • Microsoft Research Labs
    Tries to calculate the age of the people on photos uploaded
    (I’m not that old)
    Not quite there yet, but it’s getting better
    Some of this is closed, but a lot is open
    Facebook open sourced parts of DeepFace
  • Machine learning, deep learning, neutral networks.
    Not limited to imagery
    Voice:
    - Chinese - English - French - German - Italian - Spanish
  • Software defined
    Networking
    Data centers
    Virtualisation, pooling, automation

    AWS, Azure
  • What happens when you take the cost of hardware away?

    The cost of entry changes

    The knowledge changes

    The power shifts
  • Airbnb
    Crowdsourced accommodation
    Started in 2008
    Strength in its reviews
    Owns no property
    $20B valuation (march)
    For comparison, Marriott International’s market cap is $21B
  • Uber
    Transportation company that lets people drive on behalf of the company
    Started in 2009
    57 countries
    Personal experience in LA & Aus
    Estimates to be worth $50B
    Hertz International is worth $7.5B
    Has no fleet
  • Instacart
    Internet based grocery delivery service
    US only
    Available in 15 cities
    Launched 2013
    Already $2B valuation
    Has no inventory
  • Netflix
    All content is on-demand
    Original programming is released as an entire season
    $71B Market Cap
    As a consequence, Time Warner now provides HBO NOW without a cable subscription

    Each of these services have seriously disrupted their respective industries
    What is the next industry?
  • How many people like their car’s UI?
    Does it do what you want it to do? Is it easy to use?

    Android Auto is an OS for your car.
    It’s been in development for a while, but only just hitting market (Hyundai Sonata in May, VW Polo in June), but a host of other manufacturers have signed on.

    This is all about users and insights. It shares the same ecosystem as other Android devices, and that mean’s Google Play Store.
    By getting into your car (so to speak), Google can now see people’s behaviours in the one place they were (legally) not allowed to interact with their systems.
  • Gogoro Scooter
    Electric
    Developed in Taiwan and released this month
    Swappable batteries (plug n play)
    Defines ins differentiator as the battery packs, not the scooter
    Discusses the importance of the connected scooter to drive analytics for a better experience (and efficiency)
  • Tesla’s vehicles are connected
    17” touchscreen dash
    They have OTA (over the air) updates for the software that drives their machine.
    Why is this important?
    GM & Tesla recall for a potential fire hazard
    Tesla did this OTA
    More recently in March, it responded to users’ range anxiety with an OTA update
  • This is the Tesla Powerwall
    Battery for your home
    Can hook up to Solar or Off peak
    $US3500 for the base unit (double to install etc)
  • Good quote
    What about changes in the business world?
  • Who has used or heard of Slack?
    Came out last year, founded by Steward Butterfield (who cofounded Flickr)
    A messaging client for offices.
    It eliminated the reliance on emails.

    Isobar tech team use case
    Stockland use case

    It doesn’t introduce anything revolutionary. But it makes everything super easy.

  • Quick high level on Trello the PM tool
  • Simpler payment integration

    PayPal
    PayPal Here
    Payment gateways
    Square
    Stripe
  • Messager apps have exploded in popularity
    6+ of the 10 most used apps globally
    whatsapp, messenger, line, viber, kakao talk, we chat.

    Messaging apps provide that sweet spot of communication
    Asynchronous
    Instant
    On demand

    The userbase is shared. Different users have different apps for various purposes.



  • Asia is leading the with app functionality
    Voice calls
    Video calls
    Payments
    Stickers
    Games
    Commerce
    Media
    Qr codes
    Food delivery
    Taxi services
    User stories/moments
    Dev platform

    WeChat
    549M users
    Massive scale and engagement
    major video distribution channel
    government services
    paying utilities
    booking appointments
    passport applications
  • Mobile Notifications panels are interactive

    Potential for smart phones to leverage this

    It’s about less interruption when you don’t want it, and more entertainment when you do.

  • So, what’s going to happen in 2016?
    Note, these are my thoughts
  • The internet of things revolution is already happening.
    It’s not the internet-enabled fridge.
    It’s products like Nest and Smart watches
    The majority of our population are walking around with a connected computer in their pocket.
    It provides the interface for some many parts of our lives. It’ll provide the interface for this new generation of products as well.
  • Until watches become more than an extension of your phone, they will be an expensive novelty
    Will the differentiator be Health?
    Will it be payments?
    Will it be something else entirely?
  • As mentioned previously, a lot of these new trends start for a simple idea - often independent.
    With crowdsourcing providing a solution to both funding and exposure, what will it bring next year?
  • Messenger by Facebook is already used more than the Facebook app.

    As Everyone becomes socially connected, we will continually discard this public arena for more closed communities.

    I have over 700 facebook friends, but I only talk to a dozen of them on a regular basis.
  • Apple Pay was released in the UK yesterday (Tuesday).
    In Australia, PayWave / PayPass is starting to go mainstream, next step is mobile.

  • Just like messaging and Netflix, all content will become on demand (flesh out)

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