Technology has taken over almost every field in recent times and now that we have entered 2017, we have actually entered the future of the tech world. There’s always something new on the horizon, and we can’t help but wait and wonder what technological marvels are coming next. We bring you the technology trends that will dominate this year.
The idea of smart home technology is not new. Companies are already producing security cameras with thermostats and locks that sense movement. From temperatures to noise environment, sensors will trace the patterns of usage from about everything throughout the day. Spaces will not only support our activities but will participate in our daily lives. Machine learning, enabled by the proliferation of low-cost sensors, will identify how people use spaces. This technology has applications in retail, manufacturing, healthcare, research, and residential spaces.
We have already seen multiple uses of drones in the past year. The camera-installed devices will now play a significant role in humanitarian work. With the help of drones, the intensity of any situation can easily be assessed without actually being present at the location. These devices are affordable as compared to satellite and helicopter technology that was previously used by large institutions only. This year more institutions are going to use drones for a good cause.
AUTONOMOUS SUPERHERO VEHICLES
The concept of driverless cars is not new. However, the idea of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is new and it’s going to change how we see self-driving cars. AVs will maneuver in dramatic and non-human ways to avoid road accidents. Imagine this: An AV stopped at a red light might suddenly roar into an intersection to avoid being struck by a human-driven car approaching too quickly from behind. This same car in Emergency Evasive Mode might even be able to stop the cross traffic and flip the lights to red as it enters the intersection.
Robots are made of metal and operate in a deliberate and sharp manner. We will soon have robots that will resemble the human body and interact with us in a human way.
Virtual reality is a fast growing technology and it doesn’t always involve the headset we see in tech news all the time. This technology is extending to the sectors of defence, healthcare and education. The tech community will try to provide VR stations in open spaces, malls and transportation terminals. VR will soon become mainstream allowing low-cost and high engagement entertainment options to displace live entertainment venues and performers. You will be able to enjoy concerts without actually leaving the comfort of your living room.
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