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  • 1. David Jackman – Brandon Panday – Alice Gladkowski http://www.smac.us/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Smartening-Businesses-with-Mobile-TechnologyDJ through-Tablets-and-Smartphones.jpg
  • 2. With our ever increasing capacity in our world, Mobile Technology seems to be at the fore-front. It is very hard to believe that this technology didn’t even exist 100 years ago, now it is the most used technology in our society today. In the near future, there will be more mobile phones than there are people in the world. Almost the entire population will have a mobile phone in their hands. With this in mind, we will explore the future of Mobile Technology, with a brief history of the past, and the possibilities that lie ahead. In terms of mobile technology: THE FUTURE IS NOW DJ
  • 3. Mobile Technology An electronic tele-communications device, often referred to as a cellular phone or cellphone. Mobile phones connect to a wireless communications network through radio wave or satellite transmissions. Most mobile phones provide voice communications, Short Message Service (SMS), Multimedia Message Service (MMS), games, cameras, video players, navigational systems, and also provide Internet services such as Web browsing and e-mail. They can be used over a wide area without a physical connection to a network. DJ
  • 4. IN THE BEGINNING Horseback – 1940’s http://http://content.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1636836_1389499,00.html DJ
  • 5. Car - 1959 http://content.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1636836_1389495,00.html DJ
  • 6. Mobile Wireless - 1983 http://content.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1636836_1389497,00.html DJ
  • 7. Where we are today Cell phones in the hands of everyone http://content.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1636836_1389504,00.html DJ
  • 8. Silicon India recently reported, the number of active cell phones will reach 7.3 billion by 2014. Mobile Statistics Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRiwUCXPo8U DJ
  • 9. Sizes Past/Present/Future - Sizes and Types http://www.planyscloud.com/mobile-fragmentation/ Mobile phones started off large. Then went to a smaller hand-held device. Recently, larger units have become popular again. It seems completely dependent on the user. Some want it as small as possible to fit into their pocket. Others want large screens and multi-functionality. The future is whatever size you want. DJ
  • 10. Form Factor - Size, Shape, and Style of a Phone Present Types Bar - shape of a cuboid, usually with rounded corners and/or edges. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thu mb/0/03/Nokia_E51_Black.jpg/180pxNokia_E51_Black.jpg Brick - is a slang term often used to refer to large, outdated bar-type phones. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons /thumb/7/74/DynaTAC8000X.jpg/73pxDynaTAC8000X.jpg DJ
  • 11. Form Factor - Size, Shape, and Style of a Phone Present Types Touchscreen - phone is a subset of the bar form that, like a tablet computer, has few physical buttons, instead relying upon a touchscreen and an on screen QWERTY keyboard. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons /thumb/7/7d/Nexus_4.png/93px-Nexus_4.png Flip - phone consists of two or more sections that are connected by hinges, allowing the phone to flip open then fold closed in order to become more compact. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b3/ MotorolaStarTAC.jpg/180px-MotorolaStarTAC.jpg DJ
  • 12. Form Factor - Size, Shape, and Style of a Phone Present Types Slider - phone is composed of usually two, but sometimes more, sections that slide past each other on rails. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/ca/Bl ackBerry_Torch.jpg/180px-BlackBerry_Torch.jpg DJ
  • 13. Future Types Transparent http://www.ankitpatel.info/wpcontent/uploads/2011/10/window_pho ne2-300x300.jpg Flexible http://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article2299013.ece/A LTERNATES/s615/samsung-preparing-limited-batchgalaxy-note-3-flexible-displays-raqwecom-012299013.jpg DJ
  • 14. Futre Types Glasses Watch Phone http://www.google.com/glass/start/what-it-does/ http://www.kkatech.com/android-watch-mobile-phone-z1/ DJ
  • 15. Future Types Projector Hologram http://media02.hongkiat.com/future-featuressmart-phones//3d-phone.jpg http://media02.hongkiat.com/future-features-smart-phones//projector-phone.jpg DJ
  • 16. Future Types And the extreme Nokia Tattoo Technology Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_a-n68XQrs http://socialmediarevolver.com/wpcontent/uploads/2025/09/SociaMediaImplant.jpg DJ
  • 17. Past and Present http://kenzo2010.blogspot.ca/2011_07_01_archive.html A new mobile generation has appeared approximately every 10th year. 1G was introduced in 1981. 2G system started to roll out in 1992. 3G system first appeared in 2001. 4G systems fully compliant in 2012. DJ
  • 18. Future https://mocana.com/blog/wpcontent/themes/mocana2013/timthumb/timthumb.php?src =https://mocana.com/blog/wpcontent/uploads/samsung5g.jpg&h=280&w=670&zc=1 Next in line - 5G - 5th generation mobile networks. 5G is also referred to as beyond 2020 mobile communications technologies. 5G does not describe any particular specification in any official document. Possible new features - New data coding - Efficient support of machine-type devices - One unified global standard - Real wireless world with no more limitation with access and zone issues - User centric network concept instead of operator-initiated - World-wide wireless web (WWWW) DJ
  • 19. Current New mobile generations assigned new frequency bands and wider spectral bandwidth per frequency channel. (1G up to 30 kHz, 2G up to 200 kHz, 3G up to 20 MHz, and 4G up to 100 MHz). What about 5G? Skeptics argue that there is little room for larger channel bandwidths and new frequency bands suitable for land-mobile radio. http://blog.dialaphone.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/4g%20speed%20graph.gif DJ
  • 20. Future Dual-core A CPU with two processing cores. http://gadgets.softpedia.com/images/ news/ARM-039-s-Cortex-A9-GetsDolby-Digital-Plus-Decoding-2.jpg ARM A9 While current implementations use dual-core designs, the A9 specification can support up to 4 cores and speeds between 800MHz and 2GHz. DJ
  • 21. Today Smartphones (mobile phone built on a mobile operating system) Features – Touchscreen, cellular, Blurtooth, WiFi, GPS, camera, video, camera, speech recognition, voice recorder, music player, NFC. https://encryptedtbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9G cSMlXSIByBtIttqUPZdnq7XQN3x4wz8_UtWwxU1D_aWpec6npesg Common Software Platforms Android - Asha - Blackberry - iOS - Windows Phone - Windows RT DJ
  • 22. Future Performance Augmented Reality Makes more information available for users by combining computer data to what we see in real life. Using the camera on your phone, you can point it somewhere ‘live’ to get an information overlay of where you can find the nearest cafes or dining places. http://new.doit-mobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/tourism-historic-picture.png DJ
  • 23. Future Performance Bluetooth Bluetooth has arrived – it’s been around forever, but up to now it’s been no good. Bluetooth LE (also called Bluetooth Smart) changes everything. Connections, pairing, device management will finally work 100% of the time. There will truly be a radio in everything around us and it’s going to enable incredible experiences in mobile. http://www.samsung.com/ca/system/consumer/p roduct/2011/04/09/np_rf711_s03ca/06_sub_Premi um%20connectivity%20with%20Bluetooth%203.0 %20High%20Speed._1.jpg DJ
  • 24. Entry-level smartphones come between 512MB and 2GB of internal storage, with high-end models ranging between 8GB (the iPhone 3G, the Palm Pre), 16GB (the Nokia N96), and 32GB (the iPhone 3GS). With the sizes of phones increasing and the alarming rate of new technology, storage capacity will increase by many GB, up to 500 GB in the near future. People want everything wherever they go; the mobile community. http://www.cartaodememor ia.com/site/cartoesmemoria.jpg DJ
  • 25. Has become very important in mobile computing as it relates to the security of personal information on smartphones. Attacks can come from many sources. SMS – MMS – GSM – Wi-fi – Bluetooth – Web browser – Operating System The first layer of security within a smartphone is the operating system. After the operating system security, there is a layer of security software. Anti-virus is also a good option. Security is constantly being upgraded as new threats occur almost daily. http://mobiappmax.com /wpcontent/uploads/2011/07 /free-downloadantivirus-for-mobilephones-2.jpg DJ
  • 26. Alice What is Location Based Advertising? This mobile advertising is used to pinpoint consumers location and provide them with specific advertisements that relate to their location.
  • 27. There are two factors for Location Based Advertising 1) Push Factor 2) Pull Factor • Target consumers with advertisements until they don’t want the ads • Determine what ads and promotional material received • Advertisers respect users choices • Users want specific information • Locate with certain key words
  • 28. How do the Companies Advertise these Services? Using Push Factor: • • • Users must enter personal information (name, phone number, other related information) Company sends a text message for confirmation and submission Company then provides users with geographically based offers
  • 29. Example of a Push Factor: A woman waiting for a bus may start getting notifications from local fast-food restaurants in the area. She may be very health oriented, which means she would have to submit information about herself to the company if she wants useful promotional material
  • 30. How do the Companies Advertise these Services? Using Pull Factor • • Companies like go2 Media Aggregate local listings from Yellow Page companies, local directories, and group discount business
  • 31. Example of a Pull factor: A young male meeting her friends at a local Chinese restaurant and being able to locate the restaurant from her phone and viewing their menu.
  • 32. How Location Based Advertising relates to Power • • • Ability to go somewhere Capacity to act in a certain way To direct or influence the behaviours in others and events
  • 33. Divided into three types • • • Messaging Display Search product placement
  • 34. • How the Future affects us positively • Finding a location on maps Being aware of local hot spots Running errands becomes easier Personalize your phone to meet your needs Disarm any useless information given • • • •
  • 35. Video- The Future of Advertising isn’t Advertising? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RUxL0mDZOk
  • 36. Mobile devices play a key role in our every day lives. Some things many people fail to realize are the knowledge they need to understand with technology. Most career opportunities will be relying on the education people have with science and technology. These careers are already starting to be invented
  • 37. Futuristic careers with mobile devices • Corporate disorganizer • • Crowdfunding specialist • • Promoting ideas for maximum funding 3D printing handyman • • Shuffling company hierarchy's Offers to do all the repairs Digital death manager • Creates, manages and eliminates online presence
  • 38. Eliminations of present careers • • • • Technology revolutions is quickly replacing peoples jobs with machinery More than 800 million humans are unemployed Job assignments have shrunk Highest level of unemployment since the great depression
  • 39. Which jobs will be eliminated • • • Farmers Factory workers Service workers
  • 40. Video- Preparing for the Future Job Market https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFeqnK3Z6BM
  • 41. Job market affected or unaffected? Affected • • • • Powerful market driven careers are rapidly moving the economy in another direction Booming global commerce Millions of skeptical workers Low paying, and usually temporary
  • 42. “By the end of 2017, Forrester Research predicts that U.S. mobile users will spend $90B via mobile payments, a 48% increase over the $12.8B spent in 2012” http://www.forbes.com/sites/groupthink/2013/08/13/connecting-withcustomers-the-future-of-mobile-payments/ BP
  • 43. http://www.engadget.com/2006/11/15/mobile-phones-makepayments-at-coca-cola-machines/ • Helsinki, Finland Coca Cola machines accept payment via SMS “What we’re seeing in a couple of use cases is that this increases purchasing frequency,” Mr. Busk said. “Because the consumer doesn’t have to carry around coinage to purchase, it is easier and faster” (http://www.mobilemarketer.com/cms/news/commerce/10231.html) BP
  • 44. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/oct/17/hmv-online-free-mobile-phone-app • HMV and Amazon introduce mobile applications to be used with cell phones BP
  • 45. • European Telecom Standards Institute develops industry standards for mobile commerce http://www.etsi.org/ BP
  • 46. https://www.paypal.com/webapps/mpp/mobile-apps • 1st system for donations via text launches in Czech Republic • Subscribers can order jukebox songs through text message via Orange France • Paypal Mobile launches – allowing payments via SMS BP
  • 47. http://www.networkcomputing.com/data-networkingmanagement/companies-test-fingerprint-recognition-f/229605658 • Launch of first iPhone • Trial of mobile payments with fingerprint recognition – Kyocera cellphones • Launch of WAP billing e.g. Tanla BP
  • 48. http://readwrite.com/2009/12/01/twitter_cofounder_launches_new_mobile_payment_system#awesm=~ooB4UhwV9WZ 0N6 • Square launches allowing anyone to accept credit cards • Allows for any user to create and perform legitimate safe trade • On the go mobile transactions e.g. door to door sales • Over 95% of smartphone users shop via their mobile devices BP
  • 49. Consumers are seeking ways to pay safer, quicker and simpler (http://www.forbes.com/sites/groupthink/2013/08/13/connectingwith-customers-the-future-of-mobile-payments/) Self checkout is a stepping stone towards a self serve option using mobile devices Not a question of if mobile payment becomes the mainstream, but on what platform transactions are processed e.g. Google Wallet, Paypal Moving from a cash based informal economy into a globally connected digital economy – Patrick Murck http://readwrite.com/files/files/files/images/square_dongle.jpg BP
  • 50. • Created by the creators of Square • Using a debit card and email it allows for transferring of money • No fee • Safe transactions with SMS notifications – suspend/cancel transactions • An increasingly cashless society in the near future http://9to5mac.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/screen568x568-14.jpeg?w=346&h=613
  • 51. “shoppers can simply whip out their smartphones and view a virtual supermarket complete with 1,200 meters of floor space and 1,000 items in stock. They can fill their virtual shopping baskets simply by scanning the item codes and checkout” (http://knowledge.ckgsb.edu.cn/2013/08/19/china/the-e-grocery-gold-rush/) • With an overcrowded market and population this represents an easy to use space friendly approach • Social media allows for sharing of product reviews, shopping lists and information aobut products BP
  • 52. http://www.techglued.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/iphone5-by-adarsh-vijay.gif Security pins and signatures are soon to be replaced by the individuality that is fingerprinting. “Apple has its Passbook app, but given the fingerprint recognition capabilities in the new iPhone 5s and comments from Apple CEO Tim Cook … it sounds like Apple has a few tricks up its sleeve. Given the huge number of credit cards on file … Apple could have a meaningful impact on mobile payment adoption.” (http://www.forbes.com/sites/chrisversace/2013/11/25/forget-mobilepayments-visa-and-american-express-here-comes-the-google-wallet-card/) BP
  • 53. • • • • • P2P money transfer system using cryptography to ensure secure transactions Specialized computers prevent double-spending Are associated with ‘wallets’ and can be stored on computers, mobile devices, and paper print outs https://blockchain.info/ Was used in illegal markets such as Silk Road where as much as 144,000 BTC were http://www.bitcoinexchangerate.org/ used – approx $28 million (http://arstechnica.com/business/2013/05/wary-of-bitcoina-guide-to-some-other-cryptocurrencies/) http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/27/5151396/bitcoin-hits-1000 A couple travelled the world using bitcoins gaining media attention http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303789604579196171277465460 BP
  • 54. As you have read about the future of Mobile Technology, we can only wonder what may come next. Almost everyone has a mobile device in their hands. People everywhere are trying to make the next big app, the cool design, the fastest technology. With mobile being on the fore-front of people’s minds and one of the biggest markets today, we anticipate an alarming rate of inventions and technologies to come in the near days ahead. The possibilities are endless. There is a current patent for a tattoo device linking to your mobile; what’s next, implantable devices? I’m sure we’ll find out soon, as technology is taking over the world as we know it. We are now totally reliable on technology, especially Mobile Technology. WE ARE THE MOBILE GENERATION DJ
  • 55. We appreciate you taking the time to review our presentation. We hope you are better educated on the topic of Mobile Technology. David Jackman – Brandon Panday – Alice Gladkowski DJ
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