Emerging technologies are technologies that are perceived as capable of changing the status quo. Obviously, the prioritization and investment in each of these technologies will vary based on the industry, business model and strategic goals of each organization. Ability to provide talent globally to save time and cost using our expertise around Global Talent Management.
The presentation will illustrate how rainwater, greywater and blackwater harvesting and reuse can become a seamless part of a building’s integrated design. This demonstration adds a method for touching the objects, based on a touch development kit from Ultrahaptics, the only mid-air tactile feedback technology.
Augmented reality (AR) is gaining momentum, with multiple commercial see-through near-eye displays arriving such as the Meta 2 and the Microsoft Hololens. This panel discussion will explore the future of industry infrastructure in a world that is increasingly dependent on ever greater amounts of energy.
Advances in synthetic biology, systems biology and evolutionary engineering mean that the list of building block chemicals that can be manufactured better and more cheaply by using plants rather than fossil fuels is growing every year. Jon’s presentation will provide insight to revised water policies, state-of-the-art treatment systems, and the future of water-independent buildings.
The CyberKnife System uses image guidance software to track and continually adjust treatment for any patient or tumor movement. We are concerned Christians, committed to the proclamation of absolute truth amidst a dying world. Real-time collaboration right from the Web browser is a winning feature for ease of use and Google Docs will work from almost any computer with connectivity.