Like it or not, things are changing. Understanding the implications of new technology is crucial to thriving in the coming years.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
Futurist Jack Uldrich tells it like it is. He says, “Like it or not, things are changing. Understanding the implications of new technology is crucial to thriving in the coming years.” He makes it his business to help forecast the key trends that will shape the future.
On Wednesday, June 24 Uldrich will deliver a keynote for the Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE.)
“Radical shifts are reshaping the world as we know it. Being a futurist is all about helping organizations prepare for the coming changes so that they can effectively navigate and determine the course of their future."
When it comes to the future of energy Uldrich says,”The nature of how power is being produced, distributed and consumed is changing and so must we.”
“If organizations don’t pick up on these subtle changes, they’ll end up locked up, inflexible and potentially out of business. If they do pick up on the changes and are nimble and adaptable enough they will be able to steer themselves far more successfully into the future.”
A highly acclaimed futurist and public speaker, Uldrich will deliver his keynote: "The Big AHA: How to Future-Proof Your Business Against Tomorrow's Transformational Trends, Today." In it he will discuss a variety of technological advancements that will impact the industry including wearable technology the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, renewable energy, 3-D Manufacturing, mobile computing, nanotechnology, robotics, sensors, and supercomputers.
Uldrich's aim is to help members of SEE thrive in increasingly competitive energy markets. He has worked with a number of companies and dozens of trade associations in the utility industry including the American Public Power Association (APPA), North Carolina's Energy Coops, the National Fluid Power Association’s Annual Conference, ABB’s recent product launch tour on sensors, CleaResults Energy Summit, Western Energy Institute, Southern Company, SDG&E, SMUD, Eaton, BP, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Missouri River Energy, Northwest Energy, Idaho Power and the Northeast and Northwest Public Power Associations.
Following his keynote for SEE, Uldrich will deliver a second keynote for a private banking organization in Philadelphia.
Parties interested in learning more about him, his books, his daily blog or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website.