Kiran Unni, Research Manager North America & Europe, Measurement & Instrumentation Group, Frost & Sullivan
The world is becoming more instrumented with billions of transistors, chips and sensors embedded into everything from cars, appliances, electronics, roadways and bridges, pipelines, medicine, livestock…. With over a trillion networked devices, the world is becoming more interconnected and therefore producing large volumes of data.
Devices are also becoming more and more intelligent. Algorithms and powerful chip-based sensor systems can analyze and turn those mountains of data in to actual decision and actions. Key mega trends in our everyday lives such as trends in urbanization, emobility, ‘smart’ everything are expected to influence the market for instrumentation, chips, sensors and all manufacturing. This session will illustrate the direct impact of 2020 mega trends on the world of instrumentation. If all this interconnectivity means great growth opportunities, where are these opportunities to come from? Who can benefit and how? Come hear some ideas and share some opinions.
1. A new capability to grasp how future trends are impacting your business today
2. Example of how to use trends to guide your technology and market road-map
3. A jumpstart on generating new ideas, innovations and growth areas