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AI

AI could contribute more than $13 trillion to global economic activity by 2030, as more applications are put to use. A recent observation by Tech Emergence suggests that AI is shaping how the economy’s core industries like manufacturing, finance, IT, you name it; by converting data and technology to real-time machine intelligence our way of operating will look completely different by 2025.

AR/VR

While blurry on the surface, the AR and VR product will hit just about every backend powered industry along with the consumer focused ones. Try healthcare to advertising to real estate. On the line is what could grow to be a $108 billion AR/VR industry as soon as 2021. The interesting factor in accelerating the adaptation into grassroot industries, is the real time spot-on product and accessibility. Consequently, these are both features that have registered viable resources within our network.

Consumer Tech

Ever since the industrial revolution, the way people consumed changed exponentially in speed and convenience centric in style. Consumer Tech is one of the more ‘practical’ or accessible innovations due to its need for effortless user experience, execution and most importantly, getting the user to switch. Products that solve a problem backed by visionary founders who can put themselves in the layman’s shoes will stand a stellar chance in getting the bucks and partnering up with global players and setup resources in targeted markets.

Cyber Security

AI could contribute more than $13 trillion to global economic activity by 2030, as more applications are put to use. A recent observation by Tech Emergence suggests that AI is shaping how the economy’s core industries like manufacturing, finance, IT, you name it; by converting data and technology to real-time machine intelligence our way of operating will look completely different by 2025.

Deep Tech

As verified by Tech Works, Deep Tech is having profound impact on segments including autonomous systems, robotics, smart home/cities, medical devices, clean tech, energy efficiency and many more developing or emerging application areas. Deep Tech is often set apart by its profound enabling power, the differentiation it can create, and its potential to catalyse change.

We’re interested to see the progress this industry’s upcoming founders make in: advanced semiconductors and electronic systems, power electronics, vision and speech algorithms and techniques, artificial intelligence and machine learning, haptics and more.

FashTech

The fashion industry has been comparatively slower than other industries to embrace technology due to the traditional view that hand-made clothing or haute couture is far more valuable than machine-made clothing. Despite this, the FashTech industry is booming, bringing together fashion designers, engineers and innovators to revolutionise the business. There is massive scope of rise in 3D data collection, product upgrades and smart materials to make an impact on the next generation of retailers.y 2025.

Impact Investing

Investors around the world are making impact investments to unleash the power of capital for good. It is a relatively new term, for investments made across many asset classes, sectors, and regions. Which is why, the market size is yet to be clearly quantified. Although, visible traction builds as we speak, GIIN reports that in 2017,205 investors committed over $ 25.9 Billion by 2017. Research suggests that energy conservation, pro-environment projects and innovations that optimize resources are in the spotlight to kickstart this viable track.

 

IOT

IoT will have a broad impact on the global scene, affecting business strategy, risk management and technical areas such as architecture and network design. The growing demand for softwares with fluid interconnectivity and expansive UX brings IoT to the fore of a top notch solution for revolutionising how businesses will operate in the next five years, matched with AI.

Machine Learning

In 2017, there were many machine learning pilots and trials in the industry, with acquisitions of machine learning start-ups by tech giants. Deep learning, a branch of machine learning that produces efficient algorithms to model high level data, is also becoming mainstream. Think Volkswagen’s quest for self driving cars or Philips’ strides for healthcare.

ML continues to see a surge of solutions that go beyond the blurry research and is on the path to transform major industries including transportation and agriculture.

 

PropTech

Driven by big data, outsourcing and customer experience, Proptech is adding value to the existing real estate industry despite popular opinion that it is breaking the latter. Now, more than ever real estate is taking a hyper customized form of location specific solutions. This is changing not just the property management business but also impacting the direction investment styles are taking.

There is remarkable potential in Proptech startups that prioritize user experience, cost-efficiency  and offer seamless lifestyle shifts that are so simple, you’d wonder how they haven’t existed until now.

SaaS

Now an integral part of any company’s system, it just makes sense to operate on cloud. Cutting operational costs, improving access to data and saving time in training, industry changing SaaS startups are winners. Take Slack for example, something like this is the perfect solution to global decentralized teams seeking a consistent working process. We are noticing that SaaS shows promise for the highest degree of acceleration in the current scenario, especially taking into consideration local to global companies that we back.

 

Satellite

Somewhere between the space industry, manufacturing and deep tech is the satellite tech industry, which is sprouting fast in USA, China and other parts of the world where well timed research and trial manufacturing demonstrates serious potential in the up coming years. Trends show that the market needs for entertainment, surveillance and top players in the space game are on the lookout for innovative products and features that solve issues.

TravelTech/Hospitality

San Francisco, October 2007: Roommates Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia could not afford the rent for their loft apartment. They came up with the idea of putting an air mattress in their living room and turning it into a bed and breakfast. The goal at first was just “to make a few bucks”. And that is how Airbnb started. The rest is history.

The best opportunities in traveltech arise because of a very simple reason: In 2018, anyone who is on the internet, travels. There is a wide range of markets, catered to by travel agents and accessible airlines that are growing their footprints within domestic and international sectors. These windows of expansion are resources to be tapped into considering the rise of online solutions for travel and hospitality. The crux now, is to develop products and technology that tailors like a glove and introduces state of the art integrations, be it AR/VR, 360 viewings or fully tech powered accommodation.

 

Wearable Technology

Given that the apparel and jewellery business has been around for centuries, it is no surprise that even Warren Buffet recently invested sizable numbers in wearable technology. With the added benefit of improving what’s already a guaranteed success among consumers, this is a hot favourite of investors and technologists. Having the scope of both luxury versus mass manufacturing and hence global distribution, this is an industry to watch closely.

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