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New Ericsson facility – including the Ericsson Experience Center – opens today in Santa Clara – the heart of Silicon Valley.
The future of drones: Delivering packages, performing real-time, in-air analytics, and saving endangered ferret populations
Drones are the development platform of tomorrow and the drone market will create an $82 billion economic impact in the US by 2025.
The pace of innovation in digital photography is accelerating and here is a summary of which gadgets you might consider next.
The first drone summer is here, with drones taking to the air in large volumes. With this development we will see a number of new phenomena – a kind of digital transformation of previously analog problems. And much of this transition will involve moving drones on and off the roof.
For me, there were two themes that really stood out. One, that tech is absolutely changing every industry and making it redefine itself; and two, we’re all talking about gender diversity, which I think is a good thing, and absolutely needs to happen.
That’s why a new, imaginative video from our colleagues in the Industry Transformation group at Ericsson is so much fun to watch. It takes drones today and imagines them at the next level. And the next level after that. Drones have already captured our imagination the way robots and moving sidewalks did when I watched “The Jetsons” as a youngster. Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg often says in his speeches: “Only our imaginations will limit what is possible in the Networked Society.”
Wearables at CES this year finally got beautiful – with crystals that ever so stylishly track your activity and stay charged thanks to discreet solar panels. Tempting. And yet I confess that I am what the industry calls an “abandoner.” I had an exercise tracker and obsessively wore it for several months. One day I just didn’t wear it. Two days went by, three, and now it’s been eight months. Guess what? I still exercise.
Ericsson Industry Watch
Farming, on the whole, remains a highly imprecise science. Despite widely varying local soil conditions, fluctuating water systems and an unstable climate, our approaches are often uniformly applied, resource-intensive and staggeringly wasteful. Not surprisingly, a number of IoT systems are quickly converging upon new ways to customize performance and eliminate inefficiencies.