- The growing aversion to tech push has reached its peak .
- Identity becomes the key issue.
- New leaderships and roles.
I explore an alternative where basic services are foregrounded not intricate fancy applications. #IoT is seen as an important enabler for future architectures of basic infrastructure because it allows remote management and a minimum of human contact. In this talk I argue the need for zones of connectivity through the recent possibilities in energy collaboration across marketplaces.
Finally the infrastructure and service providers acknowledge the broad societal context in which they not only operate indifferently, but that they helped shape themselves in and through the digital transition. This segmented focus on (certain) groups and politically not neutral social issues will require and demand a new kind of leadership, a new role for the engineers and hopefully, as we propose, phased implementation in zones of connectivity.
I have three main sections: governance and digital proofs of the management of identity, hot spots (5G) and services and cold spots and services.
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