We hear almost every day on breakthrough technologies and a list of “next big thing” is growing. In may 2013 its report by the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) that separates reality from deception. Starting with a list of 100 candidates, MGI 12 disruptive technologies that matter identified are evaluated; those that have significant potential to increase economic impact and interference, and transform life business and the global economy by 2025. 12 disruptive technologies are listed below.
1. Mobile Internet: the impact of cheaper and support mobile devices and ubiquitäre the Internet.
2. Automation job to know: an Intelligent software system, you can perform knowledge work tasks with unstructured commands and subtle judgments.
3. Internet of things: network of low-cost sensors and actuators for data collection, monitoring, decision making and process optimization.
4. Cloud technology: use of computer hardware and software resources delivered over the Internet, often as a service.
5. Advanced robotics: increasingly powerful robots with an expanded sense, which uses agility and intelligence to automate tasks or people multiply.
6. Autonomous or near Autonomous vehicles”: vehicles that support navigation with limited or no human intervention.
7. Next-generation genomics: Faster, low-cost sequencing, advanced big data Analytics, and synthetic biology (“writing” DNA).
8. Power storage: devices or systems that store energy and later use, including batteries.
9. 3D printing-Additive manufacturing techniques to create objects by printing layers of material based on digital models.
10. Advanced materials: materials designed to provide superior properties (e.g., strength, weight, conductivity) or functionality.
11. Advanced oil and gas and disposal: research and recovery methods, extracting conventional oil and gas economically.
12. Renewable energy: electricity production from renewable sources, reducing the harmful impact on the climate.
The common use of technologies 12 may be economic impact between $14 trillion and $33 trillion in 2025. These estimates are based on MGI’s in-depth analysis of key potential applications and the value you create, in a number of ways, including the consumer surplus derived from better quality products, lower prices, cleaner environment and better health. Leading the pack is mobile Internet, their contribution to the global economy can be as high as $10.8 trillion in 2025.
In just a few years, Internet portable devices. from luxuryâfor the couple the way of life for more than 1 billion people who own smartphones and tablets In the United States, an estimated 30 percent of the way web surfing and 40% for the use of media is mobile, 2015, wireless web use is expected to use over Wi-Fi. Ubiquitous communication and the explosive proliferation of apps allow users of your everyday life with new ways of cognition, perception and interaction with the physical world. Technology mobile Internet is evolving rapidly, with intuitive interfaces and new file formats, including portable devices. Mobile Internet also has applications in business and the public sector, enabling more effective delivery of many services and creating opportunities to improve employee performance. In developing countries, the mobile Internet could bring billions of people in our world.
Those who think that these technologies are the way of the future should think again. You can win today here we and their applications, accelerate momentum in the coming years. By 2025, only 12 years old, the world as we know has changed. Whether we like it or not, we live in a tectonic transformation.