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The pandemic has brought us all to the world that needs evolution. It demands us to change our lifestyles and adopt new ways to live with the virus and still prosper. We need new technologies that would help reduce the coronavirus spread while assisting businesses to stay open. Our society needs to become more resilient in facing the pandemic and various other threats. In these times of lockdowns and quarantines, technologies are playing a critical role in keeping our society functional. These technologies will bring evolution to our lifestyle and would have a long-lasting impact even beyond COVID-19. The pandemic has accelerated ten key technology trends that would even flourish after the pandemic. These trends include digital payments, telehealth, and robotics. Let’s understand how these technologies would be helpful post-COVID-19 era: Online Shopping and Robot Deliveries The pandemic situation has made online shopping the preferred option for the world. Today, the whole world is switching over to online shopping, and even the eCommerce sites are offering happy hours. All the online shopping requirements are looked after by a powerful logistics system. The only challenge in online shopping is ensuring the delivery person has not tested positive. Many eCommerce companies in the US and China are launching contactless delivery services. These services pick-up and drop-off goods at a designated location instead of direct contact with a person. Some companies are also developing robot delivery services. However, it is a prerequisite that the companies establish clear protocols to safeguard the sanitary condition of delivered products. These services would also continue post COVID-19 era. Digital Transactions Money comes in contact with innumerable people. Hence there are high chances of it getting affected by the virus. In this situation, contactless digital payments, either in the form of cards or e-wallets, are the recommended payment methods to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Online payments enable people to make purchases and payments of goods, services, and even utility payments, as well as to receive stimulus funds faster. However, it has been observed that over 1.7 billion people in the world do not have a bank account or secure access to digital payments. Hence, proper measures should be taken to ensure that every person has a bank account and opt for digital cash. Steps are being taken across the world to make the internet, devices, and network-accessible so that more and more people join the cashless bandwagon. These changes would make our world go cashless and implement the use of digital payments. Work From Home Culture Organizations across the globe have implemented work from home with the help of technologies such as virtual private networks (VPNs), voice over internet protocols (VoIP), virtual meetings, cloud technology, work collaboration tools, and even facial recognition technologies. In addition to preventing the spread of the virus, it has been revealed that remote work saves commute time and provides flexibility. If remote work shapes up after the COVID-19 pandemic, employers need to decide to minimize lease costs and hire people from local areas with cheaper labor costs. Also, Laws and regulations based on the detailed study must be updated to adapt to work from home culture. Distance Learning With the announcement of Lockdown, various educational institutions started offering online courses to ensure quarantine measures do not disrupt the learning process. Technologies such as AR, VR, 3D printing, and AI-enabled robot teachers are involved in distant learning. All courses starting from kindergarten to Ph.D. are available online. Hence, this could be another trending area the post-COVID-19 era. Telehealth Telehealth can be an excellent way to contain the spread of COVID-19, and with the help of this technology, doctors can provide essential primary care. This technology implements the use of wearable personal IoT devices to track vital signs. Artificial Intelligence is used to make initial diagnoses based on symptoms described by patients. The utilization of telehealth has grown during the pandemic. However, proper internet connection facilities are mandatory for this technology to be used worldwide. Hence, after taking adequate measures, this technology is most likely to shape up after the COVID-19 pandemic. Online Entertainment Lockdown measures may have reduced in-person interactions significantly, but human creativity has brought everyone online. One of the most popular trends, like cloud raves and online streaming of concerts, has gained momentum across the globe. Entertainment apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and various others have earned huge user databases. Additionally, museums and international heritage sites are offering virtual tours online. Moreover, there has also been an increase in online gaming traffic since the outbreak. Supply chain The pandemic has created various disruptions to the global supply chain. Some factories and production units are entirely shot off with distancing and quarantine orders. With the increased demand for food and personal protective equipment, some countries have started implementing different levels of export bans on those items. The supply chain has been vulnerable to the pandemic with a lack of visibility on data, and lack of diversity & flexibility. Hence, core technologies, such as Big Data, cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (“IoT”), and blockchain, are building a resilient supply chain management system for the future. These systems enhance the accuracy of data and encourage data sharing. This results in the expansion of the supply chain even post COVID-19 era. Thus, what we all are learning from this pandemic is how to live with it while growing through it. The technologies implemented now would be capable of shaping our future even after the pandemic ends. Hence, all the techniques mentioned above will most likely trend post the COVID-19 era.
The pandemic has brought us all to the world that needs evolution. It demands us to change our lifestyles and adopt new ways to live with the virus and still prosper. We need new technologies that would help reduce the coronavirus spread while assisting businesses to stay open. Our society needs to become more resilient in facing the pandemic and various other threats. In these times of lockdowns and quarantines, technologies are playing a critical role in keeping our society functional. These technologies will bring evolution to our lifestyle and would have a long-lasting impact even beyond COVID-19. The pandemic has accelerated ten key technology trends that would even flourish after the pandemic. These trends include digital payments, telehealth, and robotics. Let’s understand how these technologies would be helpful post-COVID-19 era: Online Shopping and Robot Deliveries The pandemic situation has made online shopping the preferred option for the world. Today, the whole world is switching over to online shopping, and even the eCommerce sites are offering happy hours. All the online shopping requirements are looked after by a powerful logistics system. The only challenge in online shopping is ensuring the delivery person has not tested positive. Many eCommerce companies in the US and China are launching contactless delivery services. These services pick-up and drop-off goods at a designated location instead of direct contact with a person. Some companies are also developing robot delivery services. However, it is a prerequisite that the companies establish clear protocols to safeguard the sanitary condition of delivered products. These services would also continue post COVID-19 era. Digital Transactions Money comes in contact with innumerable people. Hence there are high chances of it getting affected by the virus. In this situation, contactless digital payments, either in the form of cards or e-wallets, are the recommended payment methods to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Online payments enable people to make purchases and payments of goods, services, and even utility payments, as well as to receive stimulus funds faster. However, it has been observed that over 1.7 billion people in the world do not have a bank account or secure access to digital payments. Hence, proper measures should be taken to ensure that every person has a bank account and opt for digital cash. Steps are being taken across the world to make the internet, devices, and network-accessible so that more and more people join the cashless bandwagon. These changes would make our world go cashless and implement the use of digital payments. Work From Home Culture Organizations across the globe have implemented work from home with the help of technologies such as virtual private networks (VPNs), voice over internet protocols (VoIP), virtual meetings, cloud technology, work collaboration tools, and even facial recognition technologies. In addition to preventing the spread of the virus, it has been revealed that remote work saves commute time and provides flexibility. If remote work shapes up after the COVID-19 pandemic, employers need to decide to minimize lease costs and hire people from local areas with cheaper labor costs. Also, Laws and regulations based on the detailed study must be updated to adapt to work from home culture. Distance Learning With the announcement of Lockdown, various educational institutions started offering online courses to ensure quarantine measures do not disrupt the learning process. Technologies such as AR, VR, 3D printing, and AI-enabled robot teachers are involved in distant learning. All courses starting from kindergarten to Ph.D. are available online. Hence, this could be another trending area the post-COVID-19 era. Telehealth Telehealth can be an excellent way to contain the spread of COVID-19, and with the help of this technology, doctors can provide essential primary care. This technology implements the use of wearable personal IoT devices to track vital signs. Artificial Intelligence is used to make initial diagnoses based on symptoms described by patients. The utilization of telehealth has grown during the pandemic. However, proper internet connection facilities are mandatory for this technology to be used worldwide. Hence, after taking adequate measures, this technology is most likely to shape up after the COVID-19 pandemic. Online Entertainment Lockdown measures may have reduced in-person interactions significantly, but human creativity has brought everyone online. One of the most popular trends, like cloud raves and online streaming of concerts, has gained momentum across the globe. Entertainment apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and various others have earned huge user databases. Additionally, museums and international heritage sites are offering virtual tours online. Moreover, there has also been an increase in online gaming traffic since the outbreak. Supply chain The pandemic has created various disruptions to the global supply chain. Some factories and production units are entirely shot off with distancing and quarantine orders. With the increased demand for food and personal protective equipment, some countries have started implementing different levels of export bans on those items. The supply chain has been vulnerable to the pandemic with a lack of visibility on data, and lack of diversity & flexibility. Hence, core technologies, such as Big Data, cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (“IoT”), and blockchain, are building a resilient supply chain management system for the future. These systems enhance the accuracy of data and encourage data sharing. This results in the expansion of the supply chain even post COVID-19 era. Thus, what we all are learning from this pandemic is how to live with it while growing through it. The technologies implemented now would be capable of shaping our future even after the pandemic ends. Hence, all the techniques mentioned above will most likely trend post the COVID-19 era.

The pandemic has brought us all to the world that needs evolution. It demands us to change our lifestyles and adopt new ways to live with the virus and still prosper. We need new technologies that would help reduce the coronavirus spread while assisting businesses to stay open. Our society needs to become more resilient in facing the pandemic and various other threats.

In these times of lockdowns and quarantines, technologies are playing a critical role in keeping our society functional. These technologies will bring evolution to our lifestyle and would have a long-lasting impact even beyond COVID-19.

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The pandemic has accelerated ten key technology trends that would even flourish after the pandemic. These trends include digital payments, telehealth, and robotics.

Let’s understand how these technologies would be helpful post-COVID-19 era:

  • Online Shopping and Robot Deliveries

The pandemic situation has made online shopping the preferred option for the world. Today, the whole world is switching over to online shopping, and even the eCommerce sites are offering happy hours. All the online shopping requirements are looked after by a powerful logistics system.

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The only challenge in online shopping is ensuring the delivery person has not tested positive. Many eCommerce companies in the US and China are launching contactless delivery services. These services pick-up and drop-off goods at a designated location instead of direct contact with a person. Some companies are also developing robot delivery services. However, it is a prerequisite that the companies establish clear protocols to safeguard the sanitary condition of delivered products. These services would also continue post COVID-19 era.

  • Digital Transactions

Money comes in contact with innumerable people. Hence there are high chances of it getting affected by the virus. In this situation, contactless digital payments, either in the form of cards or e-wallets, are the recommended payment methods to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Online payments enable people to make purchases and payments of goods, services, and even utility payments, as well as to receive stimulus funds faster.

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However, it has been observed that over 1.7 billion people in the world do not have a bank account or secure access to digital payments. Hence, proper measures should be taken to ensure that every person has a bank account and opt for digital cash. Steps are being taken across the world to make the internet, devices, and network-accessible so that more and more people join the cashless bandwagon. These changes would make our world go cashless and implement the use of digital payments.

  • Work From Home Culture

Organizations across the globe have implemented work from home with the help of technologies such as virtual private networks (VPNs), voice over internet protocols (VoIP), virtual meetings, cloud technology, work collaboration tools, and even facial recognition technologies. In addition to preventing the spread of the virus, it has been revealed that remote work saves commute time and provides flexibility.

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If remote work shapes up after the COVID-19 pandemic, employers need to decide to minimize lease costs and hire people from local areas with cheaper labor costs. Also, Laws and regulations based on the detailed study must be updated to adapt to work from home culture.

  • Distance Learning

With the announcement of Lockdown, various educational institutions started offering online courses to ensure quarantine measures do not disrupt the learning process. Technologies such as AR, VR, 3D printing, and AI-enabled robot teachers are involved in distant learning. All courses starting from kindergarten to Ph.D. are available online. Hence, this could be another trending area the post-COVID-19 era.

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  • Telehealth

Telehealth can be an excellent way to contain the spread of COVID-19, and with the help of this technology, doctors can provide essential primary care. This technology implements the use of wearable personal IoT devices to track vital signs. Artificial Intelligence is used to make initial diagnoses based on symptoms described by patients. The utilization of telehealth has grown during the pandemic. However, proper internet connection facilities are mandatory for this technology to be used worldwide. Hence, after taking adequate measures, this technology is most likely to shape up after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Online Entertainment

Lockdown measures may have reduced in-person interactions significantly, but human creativity has brought everyone online. One of the most popular trends, like cloud raves and online streaming of concerts, has gained momentum across the globe. Entertainment apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and various others have earned huge user databases. Additionally, museums and international heritage sites are offering virtual tours online. Moreover, there has also been an increase in online gaming traffic since the outbreak.

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  • Supply chain

The pandemic has created various disruptions to the global supply chain. Some factories and production units are entirely shot off with distancing and quarantine orders. With the increased demand for food and personal protective equipment, some countries have started implementing different levels of export bans on those items. The supply chain has been vulnerable to the pandemic with a lack of visibility on data, and lack of diversity & flexibility. Hence, core technologies, such as Big Data, cloud computing, Internet-of-Things (“IoT”), and blockchain, are building a resilient supply chain management system for the future. These systems enhance the accuracy of data and encourage data sharing. This results in the expansion of the supply chain even post COVID-19 era.

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Thus, what we all are learning from this pandemic is how to live with it while growing through it. The technologies implemented now would be capable of shaping our future even after the pandemic ends. Hence, all the techniques mentioned above will most likely trend post the COVID-19 era.

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