2018 Technology Convergence Scenarios

2018 Technology Convergence Scenarios

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The ‘2018 Technology Convergence Scenarios’ is a powerful technology foresighting deliverable built on the ‘Top 50 Emerging Technologies: Spawning Growth Opportunities of Strategic Imperative’ research. Both outputs are offerings of the TechVision group, the global emerging technology, innovation, and convergence-focused practice of Frost & Sullivan.

This deliverable analyzes the Top 50 emerging technologies, and the strength of interconnects between these technologies to potentially combine with each other. The impact of these probable scenarios is underlined by their capability to address unmet application/sector/market needs, create new products/services/solutions due to the uniqueness of their combined potential, and drive unlikely players from diverse industries to work with each other. The scenarios covered are:
• Animal Tracker
• Decentralized Emissions Trading
• Energy as a Service
• Eye for an Eye
• Flu Inspector
• i-mobility
• Make Agriculture Great Again
• Water-on-Demand

Population growth leads to the need to increase food production. According to United Nations, by 2050 it will be necessary to produce 70% more food to ensure nutrition security. Digital and technological advancements will let farms and agricultural operations be more profitable, efficient, and eco-friendly. The Make Agriculture Great Again convergence scenario provides a snapshot of the how precise agriculture powered by digital and sophisticated technologies; coupled with bioscience and nanotechnology would improve agricultural practices. It focuses on the possibility to increase the crop yield using less energy, fertilizers, and pesticides while lowering levels of greenhouse gases and carbon footprint.

Flu pandemics are a cause for global clinical concern as they can cause high mortality. The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic caused the death of over 50 million people across the globe. Rapid technological advances have definitely helped curb the recurrence of such a huge pandemic, but flu mortality is still remains a cause for global concern. Flu still continues to claim 646,000 lives every year globally. Accurate and sensitive detection of diverse flu strains will be one of the key factors to enable flu control. While conventional biosensing and deep learning technologies in any given environment. Thus, the ‘Flu Inspector’ will be capable of accurate and sensitive detection of diverse flu-causing microorganisms. This can be subsequently used to avert any epidemic or pandemic through precise microbial detection enabled by deep learning platforms. It will also facilitate timely pathogen control measures in infected areas. This convergence platform will be immensely useful in hospital settings, tropical environments and all other areas that are likely to be flu hotspots. This ‘Flu Inspector’ could also be leveraged as a global tracker for emerging flu strains that can provide a worldwide alert to ensure better preparedness for flu control.

Eye for an Eye envisions a convergence scenario that will empower the security forces of critical assets properties to effectively handle intrusions to a specific perimeter. The proposed scenario “Eye for an Eye” not only encompasses protection of critical assets from human intrusion, but also from approaching vehicles and drone attacks.

The Water on Demand convergence scenario is suitable for deployment in locations where water availability varies by season. A combination of sensor fusion and hybrid cloud storage systems is used to monitor the availability of water throughout the landscape, and relay information to mobile desalination plants for processing water accordingly. Information relayed through hybrid cloud storage systems allows collaborative robots to deliver water to the demand locations.

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Innovation Engine Kaleidoscope

Top 50 Technologies – Selection Methodology

GLOBAL TOP 50 TECHNOLOGIES

Top 10 Convergence Scenarios – Selection Methodology

Step 1: Identification of Convergence Scenarios

Step 2: Evaluation of Ideas

Step 3. Finalization of Ideas

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ANIMAL TRACKER

Advanced Sensing and Computing Transform Animal Tracking

Sensor Fusion Capabilities Could Help Monetize Animal View

Virtual Fencing and Livestock Health Monitoring Grab Investor Interest

Connectivity and Artificial Intelligence Disrupting Business Models

A Scenario Driven by Critical Needs in Ecology Conservation

Livestock Farmers are Early Adopters of Advanced Tracking Services

DECENTRALIZED EMISSIONS TRADING

Blockchain Technology Likely to Dominate the Future of Energy Trade

The Convergence Scenario will Streamline and Simplify the Business Process by Providing Traceability and Transparency in Transactions

Technology Collaboration and Partnerships are Key Strategic Imperatives for Industries in Limiting the Carbon Footprint in the Near Future

Innovative Startups are Fostering Decentralized Emissions Trading Model

Matured Blockchain Technology Integrated with Energy Management Systems Will Have a Huge Impact

Distributed Ledgers to Facilitate Emissions Trading and Carbon Pricing

Energy as a service

EaaS Enables Openness, Interaction, Equality, Sharing, and Personalization of Energy Production and Consumption

The Convergence Scenario Will Return Ownership of Energy to Customers and Ensure Continuous Supply of Power

This Vision of “Energy Ownership” Is Being Supported by Several Governments

NA and Europe Are Home to Numerous EaaS Companies

Impact of EaaS will be High With Large Adoption Within the Next Couple of Years

EaaS is Crucially Needed for Personalized Energy Ownership, but it is Plagued with Integration Issues

EYE FOR AN EYE: Maldrone + Hyperimaging Analytics + Energy Harvesting + Machine Learning + 5G

Maldrone for Perimeter Surveillance

Key Driving Factors Encouraging Development of Maldrone Systems

Key Industry Initiatives Supporting the Development of Maldrone Systems

Cybersecurity-as-a-service, Crime Prediction, Critical Infrastructure Maintenance, and Traffic Analysis Business Models Drive Adoption of the Scenario

Key Factors Determining the Commercialization Potential of the Scenario

Key Strategic Questions from CEO’s Perspective

FLU INSPECTOR

Enabling Smart Flu Detection Through Technology Convergence

China Leads the Patent Landscape for Flu Detection Technologies

Enabling Flu Inspector to Improve Airborne Flu Detection

Overview of the Existing Flu Detection Landscape

Summary of Key Factors Driving Smart Flu Detection

Strategies Empowering the Future of Influenza Diagnostics

I-MOBILITY ( INTELLIGENT MOBILITY )

Smart systems for automated driving

Key Technologies Enabling Adoption – ADAS, Sensor Fusion, Cloud, Self-healing Materials, Wireless Charging, LiDAR

Key Factors Driving Adoption – Patent and Funding

Key Factors Driving Adoption – Technology Push and Market Pull

Key Stakeholder Initiatives – The USA

Key Stakeholder Initiatives – The USA, The Netherlands, and the China

Implementation Cases – Tu-Delft and SK Telecom

Implementation Cases – China and Ford Motor

Pay-as-you-drive-service, Pay-as-how-drive-service, Mobility-as-a-service Business Models Drive Adoption of the Scenario

Commercialization Potential Metrics – Impact on Infrastructure

Commercialization Potential Metrics – Reducing road accidents and high adoption

Viewpoint on Year of Impact

Key Strategic Questions from CEO’s Perspective – Data collection, sustainability, and implementation challenge

The i-mobility transport ecosystem helps reduce maintenance costs in the longer run

Make agriculture great again

Integration of Bioscience and Sophisticated Technology Drives Innovations in Agriculture

Agriculture Technology Trends are Focused on Yield Improvements by Using of Biotechnology and Cross-industry Technologies

Strong Funding and Research Initiatives will Accelerate the Deployment of the Scenario

Business Models Based on Nanotechnology and Digital Transformation Drive Adoption of the Scenario

Key Factors Determining the Commercialization Potential of the Scenario

Real-time smartphone diagnosis

Advanced analytics and communication technologies ensure real-time data sharing and analysis, improving diagnostic outcomes

A cloud computing model aligns well with the increasing trend of mobile health and telemedicine

Considerable maturity of the converging technologies promise quick market entry

Incremental innovations are being observed in the medical diagnostic space, making the test platform more mobile and multi-parametric

The evolution of biosensors will have a direct impact on the evolution of the diagnostic platform, improving accuracy and specificity of tests

Real-time smartphone diagnostics will likely be commercialized by 2022

The Smartphone Diagnostics concept is market-ready, as indicated by the maturity of enabling technologies and ready target markets

ORTHO ON THE GO

Use of Ultra High-Strength Steel Ensures Implants are Created Using Adequate Reinforcements, Delivering Clinical Benefits to Patients

Just-in-time Manufacturing Enables Reduced Inventory Hold, Boosting Efficiency across the Value Chain

Most of the Technologies Used to Realize the Concept of Ortho-On-The-Go are in the Late Stages of Commercialization

Emerging Business Models Focus on Offering Solutions at Better Turnaround Time for Military and Sports Personnel

Incorporation of advanced sensing solutions to measure dynamic foot pressure enhances implant performance in the long term

The Ortho-On-The-Go concept is likely to enter mainstream commercialization by 2020

The Ortho-On-The-Go concept is likely to enter mainstream commercialization by 2020

The concept is partially adopted by most orthopedic manufacturers, and product differentiation will be the key to further growth

WATER ON DEMAND

A Scenario to Improve Access to Potable Water

Connectivity Enabled Accessibility for Intelligent Water Distribution

Funds Directed Toward New Technologies to Improve Water Quality

Technology Enabled Services as Solutions to Water Scarcity

A Simple and High Impact Scenario with Ability to Disrupt Water Utility

Fighting Water Scarcity by Improving Access Through Mobile Solutions

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The ‘2018 Technology Convergence Scenarios’ is a powerful technology foresighting deliverable built on the ‘Top 50 Emerging Technologies: Spawning Growth Opportunities of Strategic Imperative’ research. Both outputs are offerings of the TechVision group, the global emerging technology, innovation, and convergence-focused practice of Frost & Sullivan. This deliverable analyzes the Top 50 emerging technologies, and the strength of interconnects between these technologies to potentially combine with each other. The impact of these probable scenarios is underlined by their capability to address unmet application/sector/market needs, create new products/services/solutions due to the uniqueness of their combined potential, and drive unlikely players from diverse industries to work with each other. The scenarios covered are: • Animal Tracker • Decentralized Emissions Trading • Energy as a Service • Eye for an Eye • Flu Inspector • i-mobility • Make Agriculture Great Again • Water-on-Demand Population growth leads to the need to increase food production. According to United Nations, by 2050 it will be necessary to produce 70% more food to ensure nutrition security. Digital and technological advancements will let farms and agricultural operations be more profitable, efficient, and eco-friendly. The Make Agriculture Great Again convergence scenario provides a snapshot of the how precise agriculture powered by digital and sophisticated technologies; coupled with bioscience and nanotechnology would improve agricultural practices. It focuses on the possibility to increase the crop yield using less energy, fertilizers, and pesticides while lowering levels of greenhouse gases and carbon footprint. Flu pandemics are a cause for global clinical concern as they can cause high mortality. The 1918 Spanish flu pandemic caused the death of over 50 million people across the globe. Rapid technological advances have definitely helped curb the recurrence of such a huge pandemic, but flu m
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