Interested in, and writing about the following: 

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality, Biotechnology, Blockchain, Cleantech, Consumer Electronics, Cryptocurrencies, Cybersecurity, Education, Energy, Enterprise Software, Fintech, Health tech, Industrial Internet & IoT, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine-to-Machine (M2M), Manufacturing tech & Materials, Med tech & Pharma, Mobile, On-demand Services, Retail tech, Robotics, Space Technology, Supply Chain, Electronics Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport & Automotive, Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Aerospace tech, Smart Cities, Travel, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technology. 

Find below just a few samples of articles I have written on those topics. 

If you wish to commission an article, blog, or whitepaper please use the contact form you can find from the drop down menu on the right. Thanks. -Susan 

Smart Cities: From Plastic Pollution to Plastic Roads

World's First Plastic Road Installed in The Netherlands. Smart City developments are rapidly advancing the way we live, work, and commute in our daily life. Smart City infrastructure is currently seeing a high-level of innovation toward a more sustainable future in the Netherlands. Using post-consumer plastic waste PlasticRoad builds sustainable roads of plastic reducing plastic pollution along the way. Consumer plastic waste represents a serious problem that is damaging the environment and many species on the planet. Globally, more than 40 species o

Biohacking: The Art and Science of Upgrading the Human Being

Biohack Yourself to Reveal a Better Version of You. Biohacking, defined as better living though science, technology, and nature, is quickly taking a front seat in the current global growing emerging technology and biotechnology trends. Biohacking is considered a fast track to upgrading one's self. Biohacking is all about making humans healthier, happier, and stronger with the vision of double humans' potential lifespan. The term Biohacking is relatively new. It was coined by Dave Asprey, founder of Bulletproof Nutrition Inc., author, Silicon Val

How Engineers Can Embrace Change When AI and Automation Take Their Jobs

Engineering has always been considered an evolving industry that helps businesses transform. Keeping up with the evolution of engineering means that engineers must keep themselves actively embracing change, industry evolution, constant and consistently learning new skills, and always actively ready to move their careers forward when times of change come. Resisting change in times of rapid technological advancement and innovation has never been a good option for anyone. Let alone for engineers i

How Artificial Intelligence Is Going to Transform the Engineers' Jobs

An engineer checking and controlling welding robotics automatic arms machines in an intelligent industrial automotive factory using a monitoring system software used to belong to the science fiction realm. However, this is the reality of digital manufacturing operations in today's Industry 4.0 smart factories. Industry 4.0 is a concept that originated in Germany and is related to the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology with networking and analytics wi

The Three Types of Artificial Intelligence: Understanding AI

According to a Gartner Survey of over 3,000 CIOs, Artificial intelligence (AI) was by far the most mentioned technology and takes the spot as the top game-changer technology away from data and analytics, which is now occupying a second place. AI is set to become the core of everything humans are going to be interacting with in the forthcoming years and beyond. Robots are programmable entities designed to carry out a series of tasks. When programmers embed human-like intelligence, behavior, emo

5G Gets a Head Start in Asia

In 2020, 5G, the so much expected next-generation of wireless network technology, is finally coming onto the market. Analysts have anticipated that 5G revenues are going to reach $672 billion by the end of 2020. According to mobile technology trends association GSMA, 5G connections are forecast to reach 1.2 billion by 2025, accounting for 14 percent of the total connections at the time. By 2025, the number of 5G subscriptions is projected to reach 2.61 billion, according to Statista. Forecasti

Güvenç Özel Creates Robotic Installation Controlled by Virtual Reality

Architect, technologist and researcher Güvenç Özel uses Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR), sensor technology, 3D-printing, and other emerging technologies in his architectural practice. The result is at the intersection of art, architecture, technology, virtual studies, media, and research on urban culture. "I think that 21st Century architecture is going to have a different set of priorities. I don't think that it will be about using technology to build more complicated buildi

Refik Anadol: The Leonardo da Vinci of the 21st Century

Media artist Refik Anadol's meditative data sculptures address the merging of cutting-edge technology and art. Using buildings as a canvas, his innovative approach used in his Melting Memories installation transforms the physical world into a dreamscape of archived dreams. He has been called the next Leonardo da Vinci and the great inventor of our time. Refik Anadol's installations mirror the artist's preoccupation with the study of human memory, from Ancient Egyptians to Blade Runner 2049. "I

Smart buildings of glass

Whether you are arriving to or departing from Helsinki Airport, the first thing you notice is the glass around you and the characteristic Finnish design. If you pay attention, you will find yourself believing there are some forest elves watching you. The impressive structure features glass that playfully illuminates the wood present everywhere. A little walk in London will have you looking up in awe. Skyscrapers like the famous Shard, designed by famed Italian architect Renzo Piano in conjuncti

Smart buildings of glass

Glass in architecture has been recently used more intensively thanks to developments in its manufacturing Whether you are arriving to or departing from Helsinki Airport, the first thing you notice is the glass around you and the characteristic Finnish design. If you pay attention, you will find yourself believing there are some forest elves watching you. The impressive structure features glass that playfully illuminates the wood present everywhere. A little walk in London will have you looking

Startups Bring Disruptive Innovation to CES Asia 2019

SHANGHAI, CHINA -- CES Asia 2019, running from June 11-13, was packed with the latest innovations in technology trends that are shaping the way we live and work. Startup Park, a hall dedicated to over 100 startups from around the world, featured the debut of new products that are expected to disrupt several industries. Innovation Norway and swissnex are two of the organizations bringing startups together to represent their countries. 22 top Swiss startups focused on innovation and development.

What We Saw at CES Asia 2019

SHANGHAI, CHINA -- After three intensive days, CES Asia 2019 has come to an end. Transformative technologies took over the Exhibition Center in Shanghai, China giving attendees a glimpse of what will revolutionize the Asian marketplace, disrupting industries, and improving lives around the world. The three-day conference program featured a full schedule with sessions from over 150 executives from global brands including APTIV, IBM China, Mobvoi, Deloitte, WeRide, and SAP. Top executives covere

Innovation Takes over the Stage at CES Asia 2019

SHANGHAI, China -- Opening CES Asia 2019 in Shanghai with a keynote address, Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA) said that “CES Asia is the only event on the continent that brings the entire consumer technology ecosystem together to better our future.” CES Asia is an opportunity to experience the future of technology first hand. Indeed, the CES Asia 2019: Trends to Watch conference session focused on the different technology trends that are shaping all the ind

Huawei Forced to Delay Plans to Become Leader in Smartphone Sales after U.S. Ban

SHANGHAI, China -- Along its history, Huawei Technologies, a company 100 percent owned by its employees, always had huge competitors. For this, the company developed a tradition of hard work, delivering results, and always with its customers in mind. Little by little, this tradition became the heart of the company. "I saw progress in our work that provided quality to our customers," said Shao Yang, Huawei Consumer Business Group Chief Strategy Officer during his keynote today at CES Asia 2019 i

Vehicle tech, 5G, AR/VR, and AI are some of the trends we'll see at CES Asia next week

CES Asia 2019 is quickly approaching. We take a look at the emerging technologies that will take over the exhibition show next week in Shanghai. We are going to be at the show bringing you exclusive views from what is hot in technology today. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has announced top trends expected at the upcoming CES Asia 2019. The show, now in its fifth year, is to be held in Shanghai, China on June 11 to 13 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC). Technology

Huawei Chairman Considering Signing a No-Spy Deal with the United States

According to the United States, Huawei is a national security threat. This accusation began last year with the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou; the arrest put markets on edge. The U.S. authorities claimed that the Chinese company represented a national security threat and began banning the company's operations with accusations on espionage. The U.S. authorities did the same with ZTE, another Chinese company. The technology giant is the world's second largest seller of smartphones behind Sams

Micromobility: Electric Scooters for Zero Emissions in Smart Cities

Pollution is a global concern that affects millions of humans every year. Four million cases of child asthma reported globally have been linked to traffic pollution. The United Kingdom tops the list in Europe for pollution-linked cases of children suffering from asthma. The U.K. is followed by the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Spain. Exposure to nitrogen dioxide emitted from vehicles is a high-risk factor to which all of us are exposed daily. Recently, the U.K. government has reviewed tran

Audi China, Wacom, and Horizon Robotics to Keynote at CES China 2019

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has already announced some of the first speakers that are already scheduled to deliver a keynote address at CES Asia 2019, the premier event for the consumer technology industry. This year, CES Asia is going to run on June 11-13 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) in Shanghai, China. Now in its fifth year, the show is going to focus on the latest innovation in transportation technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), 5G technology, and

Young Innovators Leading the Future of Turkey

The recent Turkey Innovation Week, organized by the Turkey Exporters Assembly (TIM), brought together innovation representatives from all around Turkey and abroad. The two-day event took place at the Istanbul Business Center on May 3-4. At the event, we met with Kamil Mercimek, founder, leader, and general coordinator of InovaTIM. He told us that he started developing the idea for this project four years ago, before presenting it to the Turkey Exporters Assembly. InovaTIM is now a project supp

Evreka: There's a Solution for Smart Waste Collection Management in Smart Cities

Planet Earth is currently suffering from overpopulation. According to the United Nations, over 83 million people are added to the world's population each year. This results in increasing pressure on the planet's limited natural resources and negatively affects the environment. The tendency shows that this will increase in the next few years. By 2025, the world population will be over 8 billion people. Around 2050 it could hit 9.8 billion, and by 2100 it could reach a massive 11.2 billion people
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