As the human population continues to rise, manufacturers need to develop technological advances to make life affordable and simple for everyone. According to estimations by the United Nations, the world population may exceed 11 billion by 2100. That may pose a great environmental challenge and put pressure on the already available resources.

In this article, you’ll learn the technologies that every industrial supplier is trying to develop to make life easier.

  1. The Transition From IoT to IoNT

For some time now, the Internet of Things has been popular with devices and residential hubs such as the Amazon Echo. However, according to WEF, better things are yet to come. Engineers are currently working on the Internet of Nano Things that is more complicated than the Internet of Things.

IoNT will use complicated nanosensors to modify one-celled organisms. Better still, it’ll expand interconnectedness not only from home to cities but also to the human body. That’ll make it possible to understand certain traits of human beings deeply.

  1. Batteries With Capacity Improvement

Scientists are still grappling with the challenge of storing clean energy alternatives. There’s no doubt that solar, hydro, and sun energy sources are plentiful though there isn’t enough storage for them. With the invention of new battery technologies, factories, towns, or homes will store enough energy to run their operations. These batteries are created using aluminum, sodium, and zinc.

  1. Robots Teaching Other Robots

Recent technological advancements led to the manufacturing of robots that can adequately handle tasks with minimal human intervention. However, according to MIT, future robots will have the ability to learn autonomously and share that knowledge with other robots. They’ll get their first programming from humans, but after that, they’ll learn how to share the knowledge they’ve gained with their peers.

  1. Adoption Of Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars are already here with us despite their rocky start. The accidents they’ve caused in the past are related more to human error outside the car than computer error within the vehicle.

WEF believes that as the legal restrictions on these cars drop, there’ll be transformative technological shifts in how people view transportation. More people, including those who don’t know how to drive, will have the ability to operate these cars leading to cleaner air, fewer accidents, and better transportation options.

  1. The Manufacturing Of Raw Materials

Currently, drilling and mining coal, gas, and oil are the makers of history books. However, some companies are starting to think of ways that they can manufacture their own raw materials through living microbes. Instead of drilling the earth, scientists can use bioreactors for cooking up batches. However, this method may be expensive and affect product performance.


Emerging engineering technologies share one thing in common: they give solutions to challenging humanities problems more efficiently. That way, they better the lives of human beings.

Stronger battery capacities will make it possible to harness more clean energy options, while self-learning and tutoring robots will reduce human interaction with machines. IoNT will make it easy for humanity to connect with cities and each other, while self-driving cars will make transportation easier for everyone, including those who can’t drive.

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