Using a small x-functional team with the right skills sets can create working concepts to learn, explore and validate experimental ideas. Concept demos to leadership can go a long way and open doors to an innovative culture. We can also use these conceptual prototypes to test with customers or users and validate some assumptions and hypotheses for further business evaluation.
Most new technology these days are open source, well packaged, and ready for use. Finding the right platform, SDK, libraries, and APIs can sometimes be tricky which our experts can help with.
Hardware like LiDar, 5G network, biometric sensors, IoT, stereo cameras, or on-device chips to run are AI has changed the way users expect to work with technology. Paired with AI capabilities like computer vision there are endless possibilities for industries like travel, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, food, & beverage and finance.
Whether building smart contracts using blockchain or using AI for automating processes, when integrated with current way of doing things can completely change the way we define efficiency and expectations.
Growth is expected in the blockchain market till 2025
An increase in AR marketing is expected, in 2022
Increase in sales of VR headsets in 2021
Growth in IoT spending is expected, in 2022
Learning and understanding how a technology works, best practices, existing commercial solutions, and limitations
Flipping an existing use-case or a new idea that customers need will help us build a compelling concept
Work in x-functional teams to design, code, test, and iterate a conceptual prototype in quick cycles.
Our internal teams often pick a cause and hack ideas to solve a problem using advanced technology to venture out of regular work
Small, specialized teams can be put together to build, measure, learn ideas at low cost to businesses while giving a chance for an idea to come to fruition
Finding fringe concepts can often reduce exposure to core products and freedom to test the potential of a technology