The Technology Watch explores the futuristic, upcoming technologies that are on the horizon of technology development today and that are characterised by high speed of evolution and a significative disruptive potential. Advanced Technology Watch is addressed to policy-makers, enterprises (large and SMEs) and business intermediaries. It allows them to better assess the maturity of technologies, the potential market applications and the technical adaptation required to bring advanced technologies to the market.
As part of a series of analytical reports on advanced technologies’ trends, this report focuses on Blockchain as one of the key technologies that are currently bringing about impactful changes in Europe’s banking and finance sectors, as well as in other European industries.
Public cloud computing is evolving from a generic way to access additional computing power to a hybrid computing environment realising the everything-as-a-service provisioning concept, including applications.
This Technology Watch report has a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI) as one the most significant technologies that are currently shaping the whole process of digital transformation and industrial modernisation in Europe and Worldwide.
The development of the connectivity of agricultural tools is leading to important progress in agricultural practices. They enable the development of precision agriculture and increase the transparency of the industry.
Mobile technology and mobility largely adopted in consumers daily life have been brought to the business sphere meeting employees’ requirements to work anytime anywhere from any device in the same conditions as at the office.
Significant advances in additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, commonly known as 3D printing, over the past decade have transformed the ways in which products are designed, developed, manufactured, and distributed.
The industry is unanimous: AI will change the world and be ubiquitous in tomorrow’s economy. AI major gains are likely to focus on productivity, efficiency, automation and costs, enabling consumers and businesses to capitalise on the digital economy.