5 Smart Technology Innovations : Disruptive Change

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Smart Technology

Technology is the most dynamic sector. With the fast changing world, the technologies are being converted into Smart Technology.

The invention of certain technologies has now become an essential and irrevocable part of our lives. Be it our automobiles to mobile phones that we use, every technology has become smart.

As it is said, change is the only constant and adapting to this change is the only resort to be progressive. The transitional phase of this change ranges from invention, launch, diffusion and acceptance before it adapts itself into the family.

With dynamic convergence taking a toll, the list of smart technology that are influential on the future is as follows.

These 5 inventions in Smart Technology will change the future for good.

#1 AliveCor Mobile ECG

Critical heart conditions require regular check-ups and constant monitoring. One of the most effective smart technology that helps monitor pulse, heart-related symptoms and the ECG of a patient. AliveCore Mobile ECG allows to access all of these with just one click! Not just can you receive your reports but also you can share it via email, PDFs and all the information with your doctors instantly.

All that needs to be done is to rest it on your fingers or chest to record an ECG in just 30 seconds. In the case of any abnormality like atrial fibrillation or heart stroke possibilities, you will be immediately notified. The palpitations are recorded and even if there are other abnormalities.

#2 Autonomous Cars

An autonomous car is nothing but a driverless car, a vehicle capable of fulfilling the main transportation feature of a normal car. It senses its environment and surrounding and navigates without human input. This smart technology exists mainly as a prototype and a demonstration system.

These vehicles sense their surroundings with techniques such as GPS, radars and computer vision and their advanced control systems interpret the sensory information to detect obstacles and smoother drive.

#3 Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an environment in which objects, animals or people are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring direct contact with humans or computers. This smart technology has emerged from the convergence of wireless technologies, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and the Internet.

The idea is to etch an IPV6 with every ‘Thing’ on the internet such that the data can be transferred easily over a network.

#4 Precision Agriculture

Traditionally agriculture has been practiced by performing a particular task, which involves planting or harvesting, against a predetermined schedule. But by the collection of the real-time data on weather, soil and air quality, crop maturity and much more, predictive statistical data can be used to make smarter decisions. This smart technology is known as precision agriculture and is of a sure benefit for the future.

#5 Smart Barn

After all the other smart technology that have been working up to the betterment of life, another unique farming technique that is revolutionary as a concept is, Smart Barn. It is an application that allows you to manage the utility setting of the barn storage with just a click on your smart phones! The temperature of the barn, storage settings and notifications et all. The wireless sensors of this barn application help in managing and accessing the barns from anywhere! Possibly one of the best smart technology to be preventive of a catastrophe.


These are the top 5 Smart Technology which we believe have the capacity to change the world for good. If we have missed out on something you know, feel free to tell us in the comments section below.



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