Electronics + Computing
By 2015, six billion ‘objects’ in the world will be connected to the internet. At its most mind-blowing, these objects are learning and adapting to the behaviour of the system.
Now that computers in various forms and the software that makes them groove are irrevocably woven into the fabric of our lives, the internet has well and truly left the desk and is running amok in ‘things’. Previously inanimate, everyday objects have a new life and purpose through being connected. The predictable pathways of information are changing: the physical world itself is becoming a type of information system. In what’s called the Internet of Things, sensors and actuators embedded in physical objects—from roadways to pacemakers—are linked through wired and wireless networks, churning out huge volumes of information, for analysing complexity and responding to it swiftly.
Computing is now less about computers and more about professional or ‘artisanal’ hardware with its magical software, generating smart information, simplifying communication and fostering social interaction. There are traces of futurism in some of this and early warnings for companies too. Businesses face challenges as new ways of creating value arise.
Our goal is to ensure that the technology user experience remains human. We help clients understand how users will interact with technology through interconnected devices. With blend our experience in multiple computing environments and technologies with our strategy, product design and engineering practices simultaneously to deliver a compelling integrated user experience.