Our Top 3 in 2015 Technology
1) Human Performance Improvement (HPI): The art of creating competitive advantage via hardware and software. This categories strength is in its ability to demonstrably compare 'with HPI' and 'without HPI' in side by side use cases. This categories current weakness is its cost of scaling organization-wide.
2) IoT: This commonly in-the-press categories strength comes from having scope of application that covers nearly every imaginable industry. The current front runner segment of this category is consumer product features. Applications include everything from the garage door to medical devices.
3) DNA: Discrete Numerical Architecture is a conceptual framework that allows governments to more efficiently work with numbers (barcodes, short-range wireless, hashtags, assets). What makes this framework interesting is its use of blockchain technology making it the first publically acknowledged application of bitcoin code in government use (CMA 2015, London).