ZDNet has reported (earlier this week) that Germany has introduced new laws regarding the use of Drones. As the article notes, the laws are broadly in line with what we've seen in the US, UK, and here in Australia. With an estimated 400,000 drones in use in Germany these laws are a timely reminder of … Continue reading Updated Drone Use Laws in Germany
CES 2017 was a huge show as usual with the immersive reality space growing as much as the Drone/UAV space did from last year to now. Let me recap the positives and negatives from my walk around. The negatives first... Similar also to Drones/UAV, the CEA had exhibitors spread out way to much - it … Continue reading CES 2017 Recap – Augmented and Virtual Reality
CES 2017 was a huge tech show as usual with some interesting trends emerging in relation to where money is being invested. As I've noted elsewhere on this blog, the growth of industrial/commercial tech at CES continues For the past 3 years Drones and UAV's have had a major presence at CES - this year … Continue reading CES 2017 Recap – Drones and UAVs
This article from TechCrunch delves into how Virtual Reality will change education. Whilst the article is focused on mainstream education (i.e. K-12 or Higher Ed) the implications for organisational learning should be considered as well. For example: Employee induction needed be meeting room or walk around the office based education - immerse the new employee … Continue reading The Potential Impact of VR on Organisational Learning Is?
Disruption traditionally happens to an industry or a business model. Think Uber vs taxi's, think cloud computing vs proprietary server farms, and so on. Disruption can occur for many reasons - much of it is intrinsically linked to Blue Ocean Strategy principles - identifying unmet demand, increasing value whilst reducing costs. A current focus of … Continue reading What Happens When You Disrupt A Way Of Life