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13 MAY 2017

Technology of the future

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[ About eMagine ]

In a nutshell
eMagine is a digital conference dedicated to „technology of the future“ powered by Bosch. This unique event explores what the future of connectivity has in store for us.
Why attend
Listen to inspiring keynotes from top worldwide executives and IoT enthusiast. Gain new ideas and increase your knowledge. Engage with country’s top digital natives.
Who should attend
This exciting and educational journey aims to bring together students, prospective graduates, young digital professionals and everyone who wants to discover himself in the digital world.
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Connected cities
The world’s cities that are becoming better connected, and therefore smarter are no longer the stuff of science fiction. The idea is that these connected cities act like living, breathing organisms rather than static urban centers, and in the future, these cities will be entirely self-functioning. This could mean streetlights that automatically switch themselves on as you walk by; self-driving cars that will find you a free parking space; smart water meters that will monitor your water usage; even smart rubbish bins.The city of tomorrow is actually the city of today, but only on steroids.
Industry 4.0 / IoT
First came steam and the first machines that mechanized some of the work our ancestors did. Next was electricity, the assembly line and the birth of mass production. The third era of industry came about with the advent of computers and the beginnings of automation, when robots and machines began to replace human workers on those assembly lines.
And now we enter Industry 4.0, in which computers and automation will come together in an entirely new way, with robotics connected remotely to computer systems equipped with machine learning algorithms that can learn and control the robotics with very little input from human operators. The question is not if Industry 4.0 is coming, but how quickly it will come and if we will have the courage jumping into this new technology.
Smart homes
In the very near future as you walk through your home, a small device worn around the wrist will authenticate your identity by pairing itself to your specific heartbeat, allowing your home to automatically adjust the lighting, room temperature and play custom music based on personalized preferences and pre-configured profiles.
While this may sound like some futuristic mash-up of daily life straight out of sci-fi movie, it’s really not so far off and indeed.
Automated driving
It’s been the dream of science fiction fans for more than half a century: You get in your car in the morning and say, “Take me to work,” and it automatically backs you out of the driveway and does exactly that — all on its own. When it gets to your office, it drops you off at the front door and then continues on its own into the parking garage.
Right now, automakers truly are on the cusp of the kind of automation that signals that the future has arrived, one in which a car actually makes all of the decisions about travel, and it all works flawlessly. As we are all aware, autonomous car hardware is here and it is just a couple of software patches away from being able to do much of what was just described.

[ eMagine team ]

Milena Kostić

Jana Kurtić

Tara Nikolić

Tanja Radojičić

Nemanja Čedomirović

eMagine
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