#DISRUPT!

  1. Mobile Internet
    Increasingly inexpensive, capable mobile computing devices and internet connectivity are already beneficial to a wide spectrum of areas. From remote health monitoring through mobile banking platforms, we are known to have already produced radical changes.
  2. Automation of Knowledge
    There will be more intelligent software systems that can perform knowledge work tasks. Machine learning and artificial intelligence will assist in automation of knowledge collection and work activities. We use this technology for handwriting recognition or image scanning.
  3. Internet of Things (IoT)
    Uniquely identifiable objects and their virtual representations in an internet-like structure. Identifying devices or machine-readable identifiers can transform daily life. These interconnected sensors are utilized for data collection, monitoring, decision making, and process optimization.
  4. Advanced Robotics
    This is an exciting area of Disruptive Technology that promises a lot. Advanced robotics corresponds to increasingly capable robots or robotic tools, with enhanced “senses,” dexterity, and intelligence. They can perform tasks once thought too delicate or uneconomical to automate.
  5. Cloud Adoption
    The use of computer hardware and software resources to deliver services over the Internet or a network is already there as we all know, and developing at fast speed. Anautics has worked with the DoD, as well as Microsoft and Amazon on hybrid solutions.
  6. 3D Printing
    Manufacturing techniques that create objects by printing successive layers of material using digital models might become more accessible to the common person due to the availability of 3D Printers. Anautics specializes in software to manage the process of manufacturing 3D printed parts.