For rural America to participate in tomorrow's exciting future of online education, telemedicine, 3D manufacturing, augmented reality and precision agriculture, it is essential every community have access to broadband service.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) September 26, 2016
What does the future hold for rural broadband?
Keynote speaker and bestselling author Jack Uldrich is fond of saying, "The future is predictably unpredictable," but as a futurist, his goal is to help create a strong lens for his clients and audiences to look through to better understand the transformation of the world of tomorrow.
Today, Jack Uldrich will deliver his keynote on "Foresight 2020: The Twelve Trends Transforming Tomorrow, Today," to the NTCA Fall Conference in Indianapolis.
His keynote will focus on the need for broadband within rural communities even as continuing advances in technology take place.
Uldrich says, "For rural America to participate in tomorrow's exciting future of online education, telemedicine, 3D manufacturing, augmented reality and precision agriculture, it is essential every community have access to broadband service. Through a number of technological advances, I am confident that they will -- sooner rather than later."
Jack Uldrich is a renowned global futurist and the bestselling author of eleven books. He is a frequent guest on national media and regularly appears on the Science Channel and the Discovery Channel.
Uldrich speaks on technology, change management, and leadership and has addressed Fortune 100 corporations, venture capital firms, associations, not-for-profit organizations and state and regional governments on five continents. Regardless of who he is speaking with, he always leaves his audiences poised to create their new future with confidence.
Following his keynote in Indianapolis, Uldrich will gear up for a busy month ahead in October with ten speaking engagements across the US on his docket.
Parties interested in more information on Jack, his upcoming engagements and writing may view his website here.