TrendBook 2014 presents an analysis of the five top trends. In TrendBook 2014, you will find the following chapters:Internet of Places, Connected car, Robots are coming, Sustainable development, Economies of unscale.
This trends are commented on by the most important, most influential and most well-known experts in their respective categories:
Internet of Places: Jakub Krzych – co-founder and CEO of Estimote, the best hardware start-up at TechCrunch Disrupt 2013;
Connected car: Nancy Lee Gioia – Director of Global Electrical, Connectivity and User Experience in Ford Motor Company,
recognised as one of the most influential women in the technology sector in the world; Elliot Garbus – Vice President of Internet of Things (IoT) Group and General Manager of the Automotive Solutions Division at Intel Corporation; Scott Sedlik – Vice President of INRIX – a leading global provider of traffic information services for companies like BMW, Audi, Ford and Toyota;
Robots: Prof. Russ Tedrake, Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, member
of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. considered one of the greatest professors of robotics in the U.S.;
Sustainable development: Katarzyna Dulko-Gaszyna – Head of Sustainable Development at IKEA; Thomas Kolster – author of Goodvertising, Guardian columnist, Director of the Goodvertising Agency, dubbed “Inspirational Leader” by Huffington Post; Gary Niekerk – Director of Corporate Citizenship at Intel’s CSR Office; Economies of unscale: Chris Anderson – an American author and entrepreneur, former WIRED editor and co-founder and CEO of 3D Robotics, Maciej Wojnicki – designer, audio/video developer, violinist, composer, founder of „O” – a studio specialising in the development of interactive multimedia installations.
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