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Technology Trends that will dominate 2018 to 2020

Published on 13 December 17

Everyone is in awe of the way technology has evolved right before their eyes. With the help of a gadget that fits your pocket, it is possible to retrieve any kind of data and utilize it in various different ways. Isn’t that astonishing? There is continually something new in the technological front, and we can't resist the urge to hold up and ponder what innovative wonders we have coming.

With the kind of anticipation masses show for budding technologies, we get to see changes in digital trends, every now and then. Advancement in mobile, cloud and big data have been playing a vital role in the realm of technology. Upon retrospection, we can say 2017 has been a great year for the development of digital space, but we are all set to move on, and already quite intrigued about what 2018 has in store for us.

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Here is a little preview of what we can expect from the digital sector in 2018 and years that follow:

Internet-of-Things (IoT): Devices like smartphones, tablets and almost anything with a sensor on it, if connected to the internet, will collect & exchange information and send over to a common network that is synchronized at a global level, at all times. This network is known as Internet of things, which brings convenience to our tables never before. For industries, it means complete transparency in sharing of user data and utilizing it for purposes much bigger than we could imagine.

IoT uses Machine readable identification tags. Sensors are used along with these tags to collect information about objects that are used in daily life. It is applicable in many companies as well where computers would keep track of stock available and resources and maintain them to optimum levels which in turn, saves a lot of time and money.

Internet-of-Things (IoT) and resulting interconnectedness of smart home technology for years. So what’s the holdup? Why aren’t we all living in smart, connected homes by now? Part of the problem is too much competition, with not enough collaboration—there are tons of individual appliances and apps on the market, but few solutions to tie everything together into a single, seamless user experience. Now that bigger companies already well-versed in uniform user experiences (like Google, Amazon, and Apple) are getting involved, I expect we’ll see some major advancements on this front in the coming year.

Since few bigger companies like Amazon, Apple, Google & Microsoft that are already trained in providing uniform Us

er experience are getting involved and surely we can see major growth of IoT domain.

Machine Learning: Machine Learning is a form of data analysis that automates analytical model building. Using algorithms that continuously assess and learn from data, machine learning enables computers to gain hidden insights. However, discoveries occur without programming systems to explicitly look for these digital treasures.

Machine learning is a form of data analysis that is used for automating Analytical model building. It is evolved from the study of pattern recognition and computational learning theory that is used in Artificial Intelligence. It uses algorithms that continuously assess, learn and make predictions on the data it collects from sources.

In the coming year 2018, we are expecting to see machine learning updates over a broad range, entering almost any type of consumer application you can think of. It is expected that using Analytics app, machine learning will improve user experience in almost every industry.

Integrating Physical-Digital Realities:

Undoubtedly, technology is getting added into our daily lives with the help of mobile devices. Using smartphones, everyone is able to access immense amount of information in this real-world. Already, we can buy and pick up products in physical retail location sitting right at home.

But surely, we are going to move ahead by integrating physical and digital realities. For example, few brands like Amazon are planning to have more physical products like Dash Buttons. Few digital features also like product trials will also be implemented. One such example is Lenskart where you can try your spectacles virtually.

Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality:

Virtual reality is recreation of a real environment with the help of artificial or computer generated simulation. Virtual reality is possible through a coding language known as VRML (Virtual Reality Modeling Language).

Augmented reality is a technology that makes it possible to interact with existing reality by integrating computer generated enhancements which makes it more meaningful.

AR and VR have already landed up in the market. We have also seen Pokémon Go, an AR game which has over 100 million downloads. The market is ready for AR and VR. But it is going to be next year before we see things really going forward. Be ready for AR and VR versions of practically everything in 2018.

So, the coming year is again going to be a technologically advanced year. Get ready for new tech manoeuvre!!!

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