Elettronica stampata in 3D: se ne parlerà a Milano al Vodafone Theatre | 3d Printing

 

Durante il convegno, i leader internazionali del settore si incontreranno per fornire una visione concreta dei prossimi scenari tecnologici e stabilire un punto di incontro con l’industria, il mercato e la ricerca sulle tematiche dell’additive manufacturing, alla presenza di produttori, esperti, responsabili d’azienda e professionisti.

I guru del settore racconteranno i  prossimi step tecnologici e di innovazione a livello mondiale, delineando i temi strategici del futuro dell’additive manufacturing tra tecnologie, materiali, trend e case history di eccellenza.

Elettronica stampata in 3D: se ne parlerà a Milano

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Does Hardware Even Matter Anymore? -from HBR

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We are in the midst of a technological revolution that is every bit as profound as the impact of cheap computing power, but it’s subtler and harder to notice. It will ease the way for companies launching and updating digital products, but it presents steep new learning curves that companies will have to master if they are to be successful.

The migration of functionality from hardware to software.

In more and more businesses, physical objects are no longer the primary basis for innovation and differentiation. They come second to innovations in computer code.

Managers are well aware that Moore’s Law, the idea that the number of transistors on a practical-sized chip doubles every 18 months, has brought us a bounty of cheap computing power, leading to smartphones, tablets, fitness trackers, cloud-based services like Facebook and Uber, and on and on.

The software revolution will be a powerful complement to the cheap-computing revolution, and the opportunities for unique and innovative products are boundless — it’s just a matter of programming.

read full article here: https://hbr.org/2015/06/does-hardware-even-matter-anymore

Watch out Telcos! Google confirms it wants to be a wireless carrier – via Mashable

Following nearly a year of rumors, Google confirmed on Monday that it plans to offer talk and data plans to customers. Sundar Pichai, senior VP at Google, said on stage at Mobile World Congress during a presentation that the company is working on a wireless service on a “small scale.”

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Google is also getting closer to officially launching its solar-powered drone program Project Titan and will send its first fleet into the sky sometime this year.

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Project Loon, which involves sending balloons into the sky to serve as floating cell towers to distribute Internet access across a large area.

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Are you ready for 3-D printing? – via McKinsey & Co

There have been false dawns before, but this technology is poised to deliver cost benefits and to advance innovation in manufacturing.are you ready for 3d printing

The coming years will bring new opportunities and challenges. Companies with savvy executives who raise awareness, fill talent gaps, and build the necessary organizational capabilities will be well positioned to benefit from this breakthrough technology.

read full article here.

This is a must watch Video! The Future of the Internet and Digital Economy – Davos

The Future of Internet and the impact of the ongoing digital revolution on the Economic Global growth.

Inspiring panel at the World Economic Forumn in Davos with Chiefs of Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Vodafone who are leading the revolution talking about how people’s life is changing driven by “data” push!

Here the link to the video

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THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING: 2015 [SLIDE DECK] – via Business Insider

Cisco defines the Internet of Everything (IoE) as “bringing together people, process, data, and things to make networked connections more relevant and valuable than ever before-turning information into actions that create new capabilities, richer experiences, and unprecedented economic opportunity for businesses, individuals, and countries”

Whatever you call it the “Internet of Things” or “Everything” will be the World’s largest  device market soon!

Access the full deck  here.