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        FTrends and Career Challenge of Consumer Electronics Industry(消費性電子的產業趨勢與職場挑戰)
        • 2013/06/04
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        Mr. Stephen Su, General Director of IEK, delivered a presentation on “Trends and Career Challenge of Consumer Electronics Industry” at the 17th IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics (ISCE 2013). In this presentation, Stephen talked about the status of Post-PC Era and how Apple Steve Jobs defined Post-PC devices as anything with specific functions. He also pointed out among the 12 disruptive technologies to transform global economy in 2025 as analyzed by McKinsey, the near-term impact from Shale Gas development in US will be more far reaching than 3D printing which is being greatly mentioned by media. For the next wave on Human Machine Interaction (HMI) technology, it will follow the path of baby’s development on human senses. By 2025 the focus of HMI will be on Touch-less with a combination of different senses. Finally he pointed out Taiwan’s future will need to be driven by Innovation and Industrialization. How to control “Service-based Applications Ecosystem” and “work smart” will be critical to overcome Taiwan’s own limitation.

        Outline:

        • Overview of Global Trends
        • Next Wave on Human Technology
        • Conclusion: Innovation and Industrialization

        We are very pleased to present his presentation in PDF format for your reference.

        簡報內容

        Trends and Career Challenge of Consumer Electronics Industry
        NO.1
        ITRI is the largest industrial technology research institute in Taiwan
        NO.2
        ITRI innovations recognized by international awards
        NO.3
        Increasing IEK research focus onconsumer needs and application scenarios
        NO.4
        Contents
        NO.5
        My life journey mirrors mobile phone history
        NO.6
        The rise and fall of mobile phone giantsWho is next?
        NO.7
        Are we already in the post-PC era?
        NO.8
        “Post-PC” definition by Steve Jobs:Specific-function devices
        NO.9
        More balance needed for Living, Life and EcoStill more economic consideration today
        NO.10
        Trends of Living : Economy globalizationGrowing in Middle Class, Vertical specialization, Economic integration
        NO.11
        Trends of Living: We live in internet-world
        NO.12
        Faster changes for consumer electronics18 years for Smartphone users to surpass PC,but only 7 years for Tablet users
        NO.13
        Trends of Living: User behavior change
        NO.14
        Trends of Living: Cloud Integration Services
        NO.15
        12 Disruptive technologies totransform global economy in 2025
        NO.16
        Shale Gas development important to both energy and chemical industries
        NO.17
        US re-industrialization strategy to raise importance of manufacturing
        NO.18
        Contents
        NO.19
        Baby’s development of senses as clues to future Human Machine Interaction (HMI)
        NO.20
        Trends on HMI: Touch-less by 2025
        NO.21
        Next-generation HMI focuses on combination of sensesTouch-less InteractionSource
        NO.22
        HMI for Innovative Services Ecosystem
        NO.23
        Examples on ITRI research projects (1/2)
        NO.24
        Examples on ITRI research projects (2/2)
        NO.25
        Contents
        NO.26
        ITRI contributing to technology research and industry development in Taiwan
        NO.27
        Return on investment (ROI) to be consideredfor future industry investment
        NO.28
        Taiwan ICT industry performance (2012)
        NO.29
        Future challenges for Taiwan ICT industries (2012-2015)
        NO.30
        Ways to increase industrial high added value
        NO.31
        New Paradigm: ICT enabling “Service-based Application Ecosystems”
        NO.32
        Market premium for those companiesin control of ecosystems
        NO.33
        Service-based Application Ecosystem in Korea: Online-2-Offline (O2O) retailing (2010)
        NO.34
        Enhance service industry competitivenessvia ICT-enabled ecosystems
        NO.35
        Stanford’s alumni networks key to start-ups
        NO.36
        Give time for technology commercialization
        NO.37
        We should overcome our own limitationby working smart
        NO.38
        Thank You
        NO.39
        Stephen Su (蘇孟宗)
        NO.40

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