Innovations in modern technology are in a state of constant progress. This is the digital age, and it should not come as a surprise that the world fits more and more easily in the palm of your hands, thanks to the internet and your handheld devices. Other than the obvious dawn of the online age, there are remarkable changes in tech that will become the face of innovation in the coming years, if not in the immediate and foreseeable future. Here’s what you can expect in the tech world in the near future.
Real-time Database Access
Remote DBA, or database administration, has been around for years, so this isn’t an entirely new development. Remote monitoring involves keeping an eye on a company’s computer system, checking for possible downtimes and preventing them from hindering operations and productivity. SQL servers and specifically engineered programs, together with the use of the internet, all work side-by-side to enable the operation of remote monitoring.
Similar principles apply in real-time database access, which is already used in several worldwide organisations and industries, even the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI’s Rapback updates the Bureau’s record of employees, retaining information about their troubles with the law and past criminal history. More real-time tech will figure in other industries, such as medical and retail, in the near future.
Wide Adoption of IoT
Your refrigerators, thermostats and other home appliances can be connected to the internet. With this, you’re able to turn them on or off, with simple commands relayed via the internet. The Internet of Things or IoT will be heading for mass adoption in 2019, a report from the Information Age says. Growth in its deployment scale will continue around the world, with adopters projecting bigger gains as a result. Experts, however, are quick to caution that information security must keep up with the rapid growth of IoT adoption.
High Demand for Laser Robots
Laser technology combined with robots is popular in manufacturing businesses focusing on automotive and fabricated metal products, among others. Laser equipment has long been hailed for providing precision in design, whereas robots offer a more stable technical support to the equipment.
As robots allow for software integration, the cutting process becomes more precise and time efficient, exactly what manufacturers are looking for. As such, a high demand for laser robots in the auto industry should not be a surprise.
You can expect to see more of these tech innovations in the coming years. And, you can count on them to give you enhanced tools and connections — bringing your world into your hands.