Emerging technologies are technologies that are perceived as capable of changing the status quo. Recent years have seen advances in technology that have had significant impacts on all areas of the economy, and have changed the way in which we work, and indeed the nature of the jobs which we do. While the property sector is sometimes seen as being slow to embrace technological change, there is no doubt that most roles are being disrupted; the tasks that people undertake are being affected.
In a restaurant, in stead of having a menu that you need to change every week (dirty, updates,..), you could just have a tool that displays an holographic menu directly on the table where customers could directly order their meal without having to wait for the waiter to ask them what they want to eat.
He believes that products that are subject to low demand or have low sales volume can collectively represent a market share equal to or greater than that of bestsellers, if distribution channels may offer enough choices and create the link to discover them.
To get a sense of what pressures IT leaders were under and how they were dealing with them, I recently sampled just over 50 of the top practitioners in the space with a focus on what I regarded were leading organizations in their industry – mostly large enterprise CIOs, as well as a few CTOs, CDOs, and EVPs of IT who I knew were pushing the envelope – to better understand the IT initiatives they are focusing on to becoming more agile.
As the principle inventor of the Ford immersive Vehicle Environment (FiVE) process and technology, she has been a part of an amazing team of people who are passionate about the benefits of immersive VR. FiVE immerses a person into a full size, photo-realistic environment, enabling real-time product evaluations to take place in advance of any physical builds.