These businesses have created a trend in 2015 and we believe they are there to create something big in 2016 as well. So entrepreneurs keep a tab on these businesses:
1. 3 D Printing
As per AT Kearney 3D printing business is growing at a CAGR of roughly 25%, the 3D printing market will be worth $17.2 billion by 2020. Forbes predicts that the 3D printing will get cheaper, and its market will grow over the next three years. The expansion will be biggest in industrial, biomedical, and consume.
2. The Internet of Things
The Internet of Things revolves around increased machine-to-machine communication; it’s built on cloud computing and networks of data-gathering sensors; it’s mobile, virtual, and instantaneous connection; and they say it’s going to make everything in our lives from streetlights to seaports “smart.”
The promise of software sitting inside a wider variety of devices is set to open up valuable new revenue streams for the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2016.
Device/Gadget makers are set to forcefully receive new plans of action connected with monetising the inserted or outer programming fueling their shrewd gadgets, as the talk gets to be reality and the genuine estimation of availability happens as intended.
3. Advanced, Pervasive, Invisible Analytics
This will keep on developing impelled by the Internet of Things, making extensive pools of information. Each application should be an investigative application. Be that as it may, enormous information isn’t the most critical thing: rather we’ll require unavoidable issues and huge answers.
4. Context-Rich Systems
5. Software-Defined Infrastructure and Applications
As per Forbes, software defined networking, storage, data centers and security are maturing. Cloud service software is configurable thanks to rich APIs. Computing will have to move away from static models to deal with the changing demands of digital business.