Efficient vertical mobility is a critical component of tall building development and construction.
Bainbridge, NSF Introduction The rapid evolution of advanced technology has constantly served up innovation after innovation in super-compressed time frames — from the mapping of the Human Genome and cloning to supercomputers and the Internet.
Information technology is now responsible for as much as one-third of the U. This is an astounding metric validating we are entering an era driven by accelerated technology developments, that have increasingly a significant economic value. The rapid advance of new technology has moved beyond our ability to accurately forecast with precision the impact on economics, business and society.
We need to approach this challenge with new predictive models that are designed for the real-time complex changes that emerging technologies are influencing. This is perhaps most relevant given the challenges of nanotechnology.
We are in the midst of a large-system paradigm shift driven by accelerated exponential growth of new technology. We are witnesses to faster, more comprehensive change shaped by new technology than any civilization in history.
This is but the beginning of a new wave of technologies, such as nanotechnology, that will redefine, reshape and eventually transform economies and societies on a global scale. Nanotechnology is a continuation of the next chapter in the acceleration of advanced technology and, perhaps more importantly, it may point towards the transformation of the future global economy.
Nanotechnology may become an essential large-systems strategic competency that will require coordination among all sectors of society in order to become a force for enhanced social productivity. This technology is fast emerging. Nanotechnology may well shape the sustainability and wealth of nations, organizations and entire industries in the future.
A central concern here is the necessity for us, together as a nation, to plan today to meet the readiness challenges that most certainly will lie ahead. If Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at the atomic level, at maturity achieves even a fraction of its promise, it will force the reassessment of global markets and Economies and industries on a scale never experienced before in human history.
The ubiquitous nature of nanotechnology as a fundamental design science will have applications for numerous industries: Since we do not know what yet is possible we can only speculate on the potential. Those societies and interests that develop the next generation tools will be first to building the nanoeconomy of the 21 st century.
Nanotechnology May Drive Prosperity and Global Competitiveness Recent developments in emerging technology and its impact on business and economics would indicate that forecasts are less than accurate in predicting the future.
Few would have accurately forecast innovations such as of the Internet, wireless communications or the mapping of the Human Genome.
Also, there have been numerous wild forecasts that have historically seemed more like science fiction than fact. Predictions about nanotechnology have fueled the imagination. Much of this is still imagination but the future looks promising.Apr 19, · SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) is a method of assessing a business, its resources, and its environment.
Doing an analysis of . mandated by the November G20 Summit) to “assess the impact of technological developments on market integrity and efficiency and to seek to ensure that financial markets continue to fulfil their role of financing the real economy.”.
When the First World War broke out in , many new technological developments took place, which had a huge impact. They affected the battlefields and sea fights, but also the society and many short and long term consequences appeared.
Impact assessments are carried out to assess the consequences of individual projects -- Environmental Impact Assessment-- or of policies and programmes -- Strategic Environmental Assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account .
By Dr. James Canton CEO & Chairman Institute for Global Futures Copyright National Science Foundation Report March Excerpted from the book Social.
A PESTLE analysis is a framework to analyse the key factors influencing an organisation from the outside.
HR practitioners and senior managers can use the results of this analysis .