Emerging Technologies

The term commonly refers to technologies that are currently developing, or that are expected to be available within the next five to ten years, and is usually reserved for technologies that are creating, or are expected to create, significant social or economic effects.

Examples of Emerging Technologies

  • For a technology to be classified as emerging, it is characterized by rapid growth, impact, radical novelty, coherence, and, sometimes, uncertainty and ambiguity.

Examples of emerging technology can include:

  • AI – Artificial Intelligence
  • 3D Printing
  • Robotics/Bionics
  • Blockchain
  • Quantum Computing
  • 5G& Wi-Fi 6
  • Virtual Reality
  • IoT (Internet of Things)
  • Wearables
  • Nanotechnologies
ECECT aims to get involved in Research projects related to emerging technologies focusing on AI, IoT and Robotics


ECECT access to infrastructure

ECECT through close collaboration with supporting organisations has access to

  • IoT labs and equipment
  • Vector Analysers
  • SDR 
  • Electronic Components
  • 3D printers
  • PCB design and prototyping
  • Bare metal Servers/Virtual servers / Docker/Containers
  • Robotics Components and related technologies