Emerging Federal Technology Markets, 2015
Published: December 19, 2014
Deltek’s Emerging Federal Technology Markets, 2015 explores trends in the federal adoption of sensor technologies, software-defined infrastructure, and predictive analytics/machine learning.
Key FindingsFederal agencies are leveraging current trends in federal IT – cloud, wireless networks, IPv6, and virtualization – to gradually adopt new technologies that enable cost savings and the more efficient use of IT resources. Sensor technologies are being introduced to track facility energy consumption and enhance physical security, while software-defined infrastructure is being explored to eliminate bottlenecks that result from stovepiped systems and the growing volume of data. Machine learning technology is being tested to create “smart” networks that rely less on person-based administration. Tying it all together are predictive analytics, which agencies are using for a growing number of purposes, from forecasting network performance and enhancing cyber security to ferreting out waste, fraud, and abuse.
Significant factors shaping these emerging technology areas:
Critical Insight for Vendors
Deltek’s Emerging Federal Technology Markets, 2015 report provides a detailed view of the market factors shaping federal procurement of sensor technologies, software-defined infrastructure, and predictive analytics/machine learning solutions.This report is delivered in PowerPoint® format and includes an Executive Briefing and Excel® workbook providing chart data.
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Machine-to-Machine (M2M)
- Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
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