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Top 10 Tech Trends for 2017 - Whitepaper

Top 10 Tech Trends for 2017 - Whitepaper

December 2016
During the past year, tech industries continued to evolve at pace, with a host of emerging technologies, such as VR and blockchain, poised to reshape the ecosystems across an array of key verticals. Nascent services such as eSports are gaining mass audiences, while regulatory and technological developments will underpin the transformation of the banking industry.

In this trends document, we provide our assessment of what we believe will be the critical developments over the coming year in the tech space, developments that will impact upon, and be driven by, both players across the value chain and the consumers themselves.

If you would like to watch the full top 10 webinar it is available in the Videos & Radio section of our website. 

 
Wi-Fi Calling Operators 2017

Wi-Fi Calling Operators 2017

December 2016
Juniper Research has considered 2 different aspects of data migration for the purpose of this research, from mobile devices to the fixed network which is essentially data offload and from fixed devices to the mobile network, which we refer to as data onload.
Consumer Biometrics ~ Skin Deep, or Heartfelt?

Consumer Biometrics ~ Skin Deep, or Heartfelt?

November 2016
Smartphone security is growing in importance as, along with increased penetration of smartphones, people are storing and accessing more personal, business and financial data on their phones. Alphanumeric passwords are the standard method of authentication, but can be difficult to put into a smartphone accurately whilst on the move. Furthermore, the small screen size relative to that of a desktop or laptop means that input is more difficult, while the ‘fat finger’ factor increases the risk of error.
Smarter Kitchen Smarter Shopping

Smarter Kitchen Smarter Shopping

October 2016
Although the idea of a smart appliance, as part of the smart home, is not new, it was only in the last 10 years that the concept was not held back by technology limitations. The prevalence of wireless communication in the home, such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, has enabled hardware vendors to add capabilities, such as fault monitoring and online grocery services, to their units. Using these technologies, one is able to move beyond an ecosystem in which devices live in a closed-loop system, to one where devices are able to share and act upon information drawn from numerous sources. This provides 2 principal benefits for users, comfort and efficiency.
Gesture & Motion Control ~ The Wave of the Future

Gesture & Motion Control ~ The Wave of the Future

October 2016
The advent of the smartphone has changed the way that users interact with computers from one that is primarily peripheral-based to one in which touch is the main method of interaction. The development of wearables, particularly that of HMDs (head-mounted displays) that provide VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) technology is beginning to herald the next form of control, that of gesture.

While the current technological developers are primarily focused on providing a method of control for VR and AR computing, there are a range of companies working to bring this technology to smartphones and PCs as well.
Media AI - Smart Marketing

Media AI - Smart Marketing

August 2016
AI deployments across the media landscape are likely to have one of the widest visible impacts as here, the business model is largely B2C (business to consumer) focused. Therefore, the addressable market in terms of end-users is very high compared with other AI segments. In the context of digital services, there are 2 principal areas of impact:
  • Apps
  • Advertising
Healthcare AI ~ Doctor-In-Training

Healthcare AI ~ Doctor-In-Training

August 2016
AI applications in healthcare are growing in importance as the ability to quantify health metrics increases in scale and depth.

 
Top 3 Disruptive Innovators to Watch in 2016

Top 3 Disruptive Innovators to Watch in 2016

July 2016
Today, an army of hungry start-ups, aided by falling barriers to entry an inspired by successful disruptors, are targeting all corners of human activity. They are taking aim at everything from insurance to report-writing and medical treatment.
Head-up Displays - The Road Ahead

Head-up Displays - The Road Ahead

July 2016
New technology allows OEMs to offer more compact and affordable HUDs, enabling them to be available in a wide variety of mid-size cars.

his will transform the automotive HUD market over the next 5 years. New technology will also dramatically improve the utility of HUDs, a longstanding barrier to market adoption. Since Google Glass put AR (Augmented Reality) into the public imagination, automotive OEMs and suppliers have rushed to show what they might be able to achieve in the future. As a result, HUDs with AR is poised to significantly change how drivers ‘see’ the road. 
Brexit – The Tech Industry Take

Brexit – The Tech Industry Take

June 2016
On Thursday 23rd June, UK voters will participate in a referendum to decide whether or not their country remains a member of the EU (European Union).

Juniper Research has conducted a survey of employees in the tech industry, both in the UK and overseas, to gauge their respective attitudes to the potential impact of Brexit (a British exit from the EU). Find out the results in this whitepaper.
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