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A Retrospective Look at the Future of Communications
Here are some industry trends to watch out for, including IoT telemetry.
May 26, 2019—
It's become an annual tradition to publish my thoughts and opinions on where I foresee advancements, trends and growth in the communications industry. Before crafting this year's forecast, I looked back at previous years and noticed four trends that repeatedly showed up as they continued to develop and evolve over time.
The Push-to-Talk Kick Off
Infrared cameras, gunshot and facial recognition, hazardous chemical detection and many other applications could be packaged together and customized by industry for one primary device rather than multiple. Mission-critical communications are equipped with a variety of applications, as are other markets like aviation and field services. Regardless of the diverse end-user programs and devices, the need to consolidate is universal.
The communications ecosystem comprises smart applications, systems and purpose-built intuitive devices supported by network services. As time goes on, better equipment and technologies will deliver more efficient ways to receive information and, as long as there are powerful networks able to support it, that's the direction we're heading.
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