LATEST: By 2025, all vehicles will have high levels of assisted-driving features though perhaps just 10 percent will be capable of full-fledged autonomous driving.
LATEST: People have come to fear that drones will violate their privacy by shooting video or snapping pictures from the air.
LATEST: Construction companies that take advantage of green trends will see greater profit margins.
LATEST: 3D printing technology will revolutionize architecture in the near-future and allow designers to literally click-and-print complex buildings at a lower cost and faster speed than traditional constr...
LATEST: The link between education level and income that typifies the USA will gradually spread to other countries too.
LATEST: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and Skills Funding Agency budgets may be at risk of being used to backfill gaps left by the withdrawal of EU funding elsewhere.
LATEST: All environments (land, sea, air and space, cyber and the electromagnetic) will be populated by civilian, commercial and military activity.
LATEST: The global market for automotive usage-based insurance (UBI) will account for 33m policyholders in 2016.
LATEST: Inflation rates are expected to fall in Egypt and Sudan over the forecast period due to a decline in food and oil prices.
LATEST: Defense ministries will face new challenges in evaluating the costs and risks associated with outsourcing or contracting for non-core services.
LATEST: IoT Platforms, Hardware, and Software are at the cornerstone of success for IoT-enabled products and services.
LATEST: The emergence of artificial intelligence and machine learning will change digital health and wellness.
LATEST: A new type of services company could transform global supply chains: Financial technology companies that act as intermediaries in facilitating transactions between a company and its suppliers.
LATEST: In the latest United States Department of Agriculture projections, 2017 beef production is forecasted to increase another 4.2 per cent, while Canadian beef production could also see a similar incre...
LATEST: In the next 12 months, B2B product companies will spend 10% of their marketing budget on social media.
LATEST: The Department of State has recently notified to Congress the proposed transfer of joint direct attack munitions and four AN/AAQ 24(V) Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasures systems to provide fur...
LATEST: The zinc market is expected to tighten following the latest closure of several large mines (Century, Lisheen), announced mining production cuts (such as Glencore), and agreed smelter output reducti...
LATEST: Researchers at the University of Auckland said monitoring the effects of the drug on the brain has revealed neural pathways that could aid the development of fast-acting medications.
LATEST: On balance most western European economies will benefit from the ongoing mix of low commodity prices and emerging markets' weakness.
LATEST: Organised retail accounts for seven per cent of the total Indian retail market of $600 billion but is expected to become 15-20 per cent by 2030.
LATEST: The volume and accuracy of information that can be extracted from a DNA sample is only going to increase as the science and technology of genomics improves.
LATEST: For many U.S. seniors Social Security will stand alone as a reliable means to cover inflation-adjusted fixed living costs until the day they pass.
LATEST: By 2020, 50% of all business analytics software will include prescriptive analytics built on cognitive computing functionality.
LATEST: New technologies, some of which have nothing to do with space like self-driving cars and waste-recycling toilets--are going to be incredibly useful in space.
LATEST: Telecoms and service providers will need to improve network infrastructures in order to manage large-scale data transportation.
LATEST: Germany's pledge to cut carbon dioxide output by 80 percent to 95 percent by 2050 will be in jeopardy unless the country radically reduces transportation pollution.
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