Hello People ,

In this article, we will take a glimpse of technology trend in 2013. Let us take a look one by one .

1) Internet of Things:  The Internet of Things is more than just the newest buzzword. The IoT promises to be the most disruptive technological revolution since the advent of the World Wide Web. Projections indicate that up to 100 billion uniquely identifiable objects will be connected to the Internet by 2020, but human understanding of the underlying technologies has not kept pace. This creates a fundamental challenge to researchers, with enormous technical, socioeconomic, political, and even spiritual consequences.

2) Cyber Security.

Recent technological advances in computing, communications, software, and hardware have enabled the significant growth of cyberspace, an important aspect of modern life that continues to transform the way citizens, business, and governments interact, collaborate, and conduct business. Our heavy dependence on various digital infrastructures has made them strategic national assets that must be protected to ensure economic growth, prosperity, and safety in the future.

Cyber security is an emerging area of intense activity that endeavors to provide innovative solutions to ensure uninterrupted communications and service availability.

3) Big Data Vizuization

We’ve entered a data-driven era, in which data are continuously acquired for a variety of purposes. The ability to make timely decisions based on available data is crucial to business success, clinical treatments, cyber and national security, and disaster management. Additionally, the data generated from large-scale simulations, astronomical observatories, high-throughput experiments, or high-resolution sensors will help lead to new discoveries if scientists have adequate tools to extract knowledge from them.

However, most data have become simply too large and often have too short a lifespan. Almost all fields of study and practice sooner or later will confront this big data problem. Government agencies and large corporations are launching research programs to address the challenges presented by big data. Visualization has been shown to be an effective tool not only for presenting essential information in vast amounts of data but also for driving complex analyses. Big data analytics and discovery present new research opportunities to the computer graphics and visualization community.

4). Cloud Computing in Science & Engineering

Cloud computing has emerged as a dominant paradigm, widely adopted by enterprises. Clouds provide on-demand access to computing utilities, an abstraction of unlimited computing resources, and support for on-demand scale-up, scale-down, and scale-out. Cloud platforms are also rapidly becoming viable for scientific exploration and discovery, as well as education. As a result, it is critical to understand application formulations and usage modes that are meaningful in such a hybrid infrastructure, the fundamental conceptual and technological challenges, and ways that applications can effectively utilize clouds.

5) Mobile Computing Meets the cloud

It could be argued that two of the most important technological developments of the last few years are the emergence of mobile and cloud computing. By shifting the hardware and staffing costs of managing computational infrastructure to third parties such as Google, Microsoft, or Amazon, cloud computing has made it possible for small organizations and individuals to deploy world-scale services; all they need to pay is the marginal cost of actual resource usage. At the same time, the deployment of 3G and 4G networks, the rapid adoption of feature-rich smartphones, and the growing integration of computation into consumer products such as cars and home appliances, have brought mobile and pervasive computing into the mainstream.

6) Interactive Public Display :

Recent trends show an increasing prevalence of interactive displays of varying sizes in public and urban life. With their prominent visibility and the integration of diverse methods for interaction, they can offer new opportunities to enrich user experiences beyond the personal sphere, for instance in public knowledge institutions such as museums and libraries, or integrated within public plazas or architectural facades. The public context with its social and cultural particularities and constraints provides a large variety of intriguing but challenging settings and use-case scenarios for interactive displays of varying sizes.

7) 3D-Imagining Techniques & Multimedia

With the advances in sensing, transmission, and visualization technology, 3D information has become increasingly incorporated into real-world applications—from architecture to entertainment, manufacturing, and security. Integrating depth perception into such application can help present an even richer media interface. For example, in immersive telecommunication, spatialized audio and 3D parallax increases the effectiveness of communication; in medicine, 3D instrument tracking enables more precise and safer operations; and new low-cost 3D cameras are starting a new chapter in interactive gaming and human-computer interaction.

One of the fundamental requirements of these applications is the estimation of scene depth information. The extraction of 3D information has been studied in the field of computer vision for more than three decades, but it remains a challenging problem, in particular under unconstrained environments that can include variable lighting, specular and deforming scene surfaces, and occluded objects, among other things. Multimedia researchers must account for imperfect depth information when designing their systems, making this a unique research opportunity.

So, all these are the technology trend in 2013.


  1. frenchydiary says:

    This is really interesting, good article here. How far the new technologies industry can go …? I personally think there is no end to this growing industry, which is huge!

    I am currently studying conflicts in the workplace when you are missing new technologies or when you don’t want to use them and I am looking for professionals or passionates’ opinions on my blog.

    I would love to have your views on conflicts and new technologies in the workplace. http://frenchydiary.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/conflicts-and-new-technologies/
    Do not hesitate to give me your opinion 🙂

    • Many thanks !! You are quite right , see this technology has no end. And as far as my research about technology is concerned, these thing had an effect on our living standards.

      • frenchydiary says:

        Thank you very much for your comment :). Yes the smartphone business is expanding amazingly …

        What do you think of people who don’t accept new technologies? Do you think this can create conflict in the workplace?


      • Yes, lack of gadget can be the reason,because communication is very important for any project or business.. and these technologies had certainly made our life very easy. And very know example is new Yahoo CEO- Marissa Mayer, who handed out free smartphones to all his employees, so that they can act more quickly & take work seriously. so,yes these these now a days become are primary need. Second example is of Skype. 🙂 which peolpe use, i personally use for communication in my office .

      • frenchydiary says:

        Thank you for your examples, this is very interesting and I didn’t know that. This is a very good strategy to give smartphones to employees, very smart ! Skype also is a free media of communication easy to use like you said.
        In your opinion how the lack of technologies could affect the workplace?
        Do you know any stories of conflicts happening because of this lack of new technologies?

        Thanks for your reply 🙂

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