This evening UK time, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off in Vegas, and the good folk at PSFK have published a handy guide to the innovations that are expected to be coming out from the event and where and when to tune in.
If you are looking for a crib sheet on how to get the most out of the future trends surrounding the internet of things, you could do far worse than spend 20 mins reading PSFK's newest report. The paper, titled: Real World Web - Living with the internet of things, looks at the 10 trends around how digital will re-shape how we live and work.
Here are PSFK's key points from the report:
Shared awareness: how wearable technology is making our lives smarter
Programmable lifestyle: using digital and mobile platforms to control home and work
Open source access: opening up how we interact with the web
Behavioural nudge: how we are becoming smarter thanks to connected devices
Emotional response: controlling the world around us through thought and expression
Contextual experience: how digital experiences are improving based on our actions, location and recent experiences
Adaptive machines: self-learning systems and machines, such as cars
Distributed intelligence: how every electronic device will become wired, and what that means
Environmental whisper: how tech around us is getting smarter
Anticipated action: how our environment will use data to perform intelligently
The paper has heaps of case studies and is worth a read. Here it is on Slideshare if you'd like to see it in full.
PSFK has published a new report on the future of health. The free to download paper covers topics ranging from digital gaming, self-tracking and diet logging, to assisted online diagnosis and connected care.
As brands and consumers alike begin to experiment with what's possible with mobile and wearable health technologies, it's handy to see a collection of predictions all in one place. Boehringer Ingleheim has partnered with PSFK to get this report published for free. It's available to view below in full.