Top 10 Technology Trends for 2016 in India

Top 10 Technology Trends for 2016 in India

Top 10 Technology Trends for 2016 in India

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05-Mar-2016
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Technology is the enabler of the future. Every year witnesses the onset of newer technologies, each with varying levels of impact on the society and lives of people. Technologies have thus become an imperative part of human life and, hence, it’s critical to understand their impact. In this whitepaper, we discuss the top 10 Technologies / Technology trends of 2016 that are expected to have significant impact in India. The key identified technologies dicussed in this whitepaper are 1) 3D Printing, 2) Connected Home Systems- IoT, 3) AMT- Automatic Manual Transmission, 4) Hybrid Cloud, 5) Mobile Payments, 6) Virtual Reality in Education, 7) Wearable Gadgets, 8) 4K Screens, 9) Nano-medicine for Cancer treatments and 10) Quick Charge Batteries.

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Technology is the enabler of the future. Every year witnesses the onset of newer technologies, each with varying levels of impact on the society and lives of people. Technologies have thus become an imperative part of human life and, hence, it’s critical to understand their impact. In this whitepaper, we discuss the top 10 Technologies / Technology trends of 2016 that are expected to have significant impact in India. The key identified technologies dicussed in this whitepaper are 1) 3D Printing, 2) Connected Home Systems- IoT, 3) AMT- Automatic Manual Transmission, 4) Hybrid Cloud, 5) Mobile Payments, 6) Virtual Reality in Education, 7) Wearable Gadgets, 8) 4K Screens, 9) Nano-medicine for Cancer treatments and 10) Quick Charge Batteries.
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