Exploring the future from an early adopter user perspective, Ericsson ConsumerLab presents the ninth edition of the 10 Hot Consumer Trends report. Consumers expect an array of beneficial services from connected technology interacting with our senses of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch to be reality by 2030. This will be enabled by technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), 5G and automation. The main drivers for the Internet of Senses include immersive entertainment and online shopping, the climate crisis and the corresponding need to minimize climate impact.
Exploring the future from an early adopter perspective, Ericsson ConsumerLab presents the eight edition of its annual trend report 10 Hot Consumer Trends 2019. The report reveals the opportunities and challenges of everyday life within an increasingly automated society. Will we still feel human?
This report uncovers six calls to action from consumers which operators must act on, to drive consumer satisfaction and monetize mobile broadband for a 5G future.
The 10 Hot Consumer trends 2018 report points to a paradigm shift as consumers expect digital technology to increasingly operate on human terms. Body language, facial expression and intonation will augment voice and touch to control consumer interaction with tech devices, easing adaption in an ever-increasing pace of technological change.