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July 30, 2018
5 technologies that will help shape the offices of tomorrow
Francesca Brady

Businesses that adopt a dynamic mind-set often stand the best chance to survive the continuous challenges from competitors. Technology today is moving so fast that many innovations are becoming obsolete, as such, looking a step ahead is more a necessity than a luxury. Specialist software providers like Asset Mapping offer solutions that use the latest technology, they also continuously invest in development to ensure they offer the best possible product.

Here are five emerging technologies that are already gaining mainstream recognition and could become an integral part of office life over the next several years:

Internet of Things (IoT)

Commercial applications of this concept are already emerging, ranging from shipment tracking to Asset Mapping’s system that monitors and measures the health of buildings in real-time. As companies are become more comfortable with this type of software and platform, they may start adopting more creative ways of using it.

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

Cloud-based applications reduce the need for investment in hardware infrastructure, bringing quality services to smaller companies at a reasonable price. With SaaS models, enterprise users can simply pay a subscription and use the application on a consumption based principle. This practically eliminates the need to hire in-house hardware specialists and system administrators, saving funds. In recent years, many software developers are embracing this model, implying that SaaS may eventually replace software licenses as the primary mode of deployment.

Natural Language Processing

Advances in this area are closely related to machine learning and AI, as understanding human linguistics is one of the greatest challenges for smart system designers. Speech-controlled technology is a notable application of natural language processing, but a more important benefit might be the ability to automate the statistical analysis of large databases containing linguistic content. In some fields, this may have the potential to transform marketing and customer services; with a far bigger role played by smart, self-improving algorithms.

3D Printing

Precise construction of 3D objects based on a digital blueprint can radically transform numerous industries, ranging from property development to medical services. Availability of industrial-grade 3D printers has improved considerably over the past few years, facilitating their practical use within an office context. Just imagine how much easier it would be to pitch a product idea to your boss if you could create a prototype in five minutes without the need to employ the main manufacturing line!

Digital Currencies

The success of Bitcoin took the business world by surprise, which lead to a delay in its universal acceptance as a legitimate payment method. More and more businesses are opening up towards digital currencies now, while alternatives to Bitcoin are quickly entering the nascent market. Based on current trends, it seems highly likely that in the near future a large chunk of trading will be conducted on anonymous basis, with cryptocurrencies as the chief medium of payment. Consequently, transaction security could become even greater concern that it is today.

Are you eager to transform your office into a futuristic, high-tech space? At Asset Mapping, we help make smart buildings that are cheaper to operate, kinder to the environment and healthier to work in. Ask our team to discover out how you can do this on a reasonable budget.

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