A subtle revolution of connectivity
The “TMT Predictions” study points out how machine learning, augmented reality resources and new smartphone functionalities will trigger a wave of sophisticated transformations in the telecommunications industry.September-November | 2018
The evolution of telecommunications and connectivity technologies has reached an unprecedented stage. After making a smartphone available to almost 80% of the world’s population, what would be the next step?
According to Deloitte’s “TMT Predictions 2018” study, the trend is that the transformations in the telecommunications and technology sectors will gain in subtlety and sophistication to offer more quality and effectiveness in the use of these resources. Examples of this revolution are machine learning – in which the machine “learns” as artificial intelligence is used; augmented reality; and new processors, sensors, and software that enhance the already well-known smartphones.
Longer lasting batteries, better features for taking pictures, facial recognition and even the possibility of using the phone on the plane – the silent revolution of smartphones goes through the demands of the present to forge a future of convenience and connectivity for users.
The evolving connection
What moves the admirable new world of telecommunications
Augmented reality, even greater and more real
More than 1 billion users should create content for augmented reality at least once at the end of 2018
The invisible innovation of smartphone
The 2013 smartphone was not externally so different from what we see today; what has changed is its interior, with innovations in processors, sensors, chips and software, at first glance imperceptible to users, but that together offer a tangible impact on its use
The learning of machines
FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) and ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) are acronyms that represent the new and growing generation of chips and circuits used to accelerate machine learning
Live and online
Online event broadcasting is moving $ 545 billion in 2018; TV still holds the largest share of that amount, but digital platforms are expected to expand their space
Digital subscriptions on the rise
By 2020, 50% of adults in developed countries are expected to have at least four digital service subscriptions
The number of the so-called “hypersensitive to advertising” – those who have multiple ad blockers – grows slowly but consistently, especially among the young, the educated and in developed countries
Decline of TV
Watching television as we know is an activity that is expected to fall annually between 5% and 15% by 2018 and 2019 in countries such as the United States, United Kingdom and Canada
With the trend for cell phones to become the primary means of connection at home, dependence on wireless internet system increases
On-board connectivity takes off
The number of passengers on a flight equipped with data and voice connectivity will increase by 20% in 2018 compared to the previous year
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