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Transcript of Future Technology
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Radio Frequency Identification is a tag used to transfer data through using radio-frequency electromagnetic fields ( a physical field produced by electrically charged objects). The RFID tags store information electronically.
RFID refers to a small electronic device that either consists of a small chip or an antenna. RFID’s serve the same purpose as barcodes as it provides unique identifiers for the object it is on. For any information to be received from a RFID the tag needs to be scanned.
Uses of RFID
Concerns with RFID's
There are many articles on the world wide web that concern multiple subjects all over the planet. It is now being argued that individuals have the right to control their private data. This means that if the individual wished their personal information such as photos, names, family etc, from the web it can be removed however it is argued you can only remove personal data you have published yourself.
The Right To Be Forgotten
What more and more people are attempting to do is to target search engines, so in any case somebody's name is searched they have a right to remove the links to photos of them or articles of them etc. However, the search engine will only remove links if there is a legal injunction for example breach of copyright or personal data or the data is irrelevant or out of date.
What can we do about being 'forgotten' ?
EE plans 5G network by 2022
4G & 5G
Near field communication e.g. bluetooth and wifi
The Internet of Things
It is estimated that by 2020 there will be between 20 and 30 billion things connected to it.
5G and Cloud technologies will have to be developed in order to accommodate such a network
Could end up in a futuristic world where everyone and everything is connected constantly.
Where we could end up
The environmental cost of mining the rare-earth metals that are integral to modern electronic components continues to grow as electronics are not often recycled
Security is another area of concern as our things could be left vulnerable
If you think error messages and applications crashes are a problem now, just wait until the web is embedded in everything from your car to your shoes
4G and the abundance of Wifi available allows us to stay connected for the majority of the time.
We can already communicate with our TV's and TV viewing boxes such as Sky.
Carfone wearhouse and Dixons joining to help develop new technologies so we can communicate with our appliances with our mobile phones and it also aims to branch into domestic heating, lighting and security services – all controlled by mobile phone.
Where we are now
3D Touch Screens for 2 - Technology that incorporates 3D imagery and multi-touch screens.
Because the technology being used is so new, there hasn't been any second thoughts on power needed for the TVs and projectors.
Average Day in 2014
Desk Lamp Turns any table into interactive screen
Contactless payments-Installed in smart phones so the user can purchase items with device. (apple iPhone 6 & google wallet)
In the near future, instead of carrying a stack of business cards, loyalty cards, coupons, tickets and flight details, all you will need is one NFC-enabled device.
OLED - so much potential that it could change the entire display industry in a few years. Promises 'Faster Better Thinner' technology
Glasses Free 3D TV - Toshiba launch first with there glasses free TV. Glasses were amazing when Avatar first came out, but then became a novelty as families don't want to whee them in there home.
One vision far into the future is to turn reality into a holographic environment.
For the typical user, download speeds of 4G networks are around 5-7 times those for 3G networks,
There will be a 22 times increase in the amount of traffic on the network between 2015 and the end of 2030.
Standard-definition video will disappear, and high-definition will become the norm, as 4K and 8K video becomes more widespread.
In 2020, the average number of devices per person in the UK will be 27, and most of those you probably won’t even realise are there.
4th generation of mobile telecommunications technology
5th generation- no standards yet, South Korea are currently investing in research
its argued that there is little room for larger channel bandwidths and new frequency bands suitable for land-mobile radio
no compatible phones or devices at the moment
Because of the sheer power needed for these new techs, there's also an issue with lifetime, as screens such as OLED using led lights have a smaller lifetime.
As with most future technologies, there is also an issue with money, as everything is so expensive to manufacture not all of these technologies will be available to general public
4K Screens - creating an even clearer image quality for our home TVs, delivering 4 times the picture resolution of 1080 FULL HD.
The 2G network focused on voice, 3G on data, and 4G on video; the new 5G network will be all about connections.
Every tweet, status, photo and video you have ever shared on the web is personal to you. Sometimes articles cold be published about you, you may not be able to remove that article, however there is something that you could do.
Supermarkets as barcodes
Pets (micro chips)
In Key cards to enter buildings
Concept has been discussed since 1991
Is the concept of all things being connected and can communicate with each other.
- Can be easily disrupted
- Reader collision
- Tag collision
- Security and ethics problems
- Tags can be difficult to remove
- RFID's can be read without anyone knowing
In 2012 we saw smart thermostats twerk room temperatures to suit owners' habits; plants post to Twitter that they needed watering; and cars alert each other to traffic jams.
Smart TVs - linked to the web and integrated with social networks
WHERE ARE WE NOW?
Smart fabrics and wearable technology
Smart guns come equipped with technology that recognizes a gun's owner and allows only that person to fire the weapon.
Samsung introduced eye-tracking technology
The purpose of telerobotics if for when someone cannot be in a certain place in person and so can attend in robot form instead. The telerobot can move and look around at the command of the person, and their face can be displayed on screen but it is portable .
Philips’ Hue light bulbs, for example, can be any colour you want, instantly controlled from your phone again.
British Gas are keen to emphasise their smart credentials with connected heating and cooling systems.
Potential uses of Telepresence robotics
Avoids travel to meetings