Olaf Swantee


1. Beyond touch

More than touch, consider the success of QWERTY keyboard, and also the fancy feature of controlling devices through eye-scrolling and gesture.

2. More video and data

Inevitable by the penetration of high-speed connectivity.

3. Machine-to-Machine (M2M)

Internet of things. Almost everything will have the capacity to become ‘smart’ and this will lead to a revolution in work and society as wearable devices monitor our health, cars become smarter and more efficient and intelligent city ecosystems become interconnected.

4. Graphene and new mobile form factors

With the use of graphene,  we are already starting to see some early prototype development around bendable and flexible super-thin mobile phones.