It’s a safe bet that 2023 will present business and security professionals with a host of new challenges and opportunities. Of course, reality always seems to throw us curveballs, but we can make some educated predictions about what might be around the corner in the new year.
Real Time Networks has pulled together the top smart technology trends we expect to see in 2023. We collected these insights from internal and external experts. Which ones are spot on? Which miss the mark? Let us know!
Our predictions are broken down by different public and private sectors.
Fleet and Transportation
Hotels & Hospitality
For security integrators, 2023 will be all about flexibility. They’ll look for smart technology that can act as a platform to connect more and more systems into holistic security environments. The emphasis will be on building complete security programs for customers, not just installing one-off security tools that talk to one or two other tools.
They’ll look to enable accurate, centralized monitoring, which can generate meaningful operational efficiency gains. Smart key and asset management tools will be some of the most powerful tools in their toolbox to accomplish that goal.
Smart Technology is Really About People
Remember: technology is only as valuable as the work it does for people. Fortunately, smart technology is really, really good at that job. Good smart tech doesn’t become an added burden and another administrative overhead for staff. Instead, good smart tech enhances how your workers do their jobs, not becoming another burden on their day-to-day lives.
Make 2023 the year you only work with good smart technology.
About the Author
CEO at Real Time Networks