Perspectives from Civica

Exploring how emerging technologies can help us build more innovative public services for today, and tomorrow.

Our world is continually changing and evolving, and remains as fast-paced as ever.

The global pandemic has altered our lives and highlighted the essential role technology plays in keeping us working and connected. We outlined seven key trends for 2022 which we believe will keep pushing the boundaries of public services and inspiring us to be bolder. We understand that the need to stay ahead and remain innovative presents a challenge for us all. So to help, we’re launching our new series – Perspectives*.

Designed to inform and inspire, Perspectives* explores how emerging technologies can address these trends, and help us build more innovative public services for today, and tomorrow.

We kicked things off in volume 1 by examining the impact and potential of immersive technologies. In volume 2, we delve into the world of bots to explore if conversational AI can further enhance access to public services. For volume 3 we enter the matrix, the machine learning matrix to be exact, and discuss how we can extract the most value. Our first volume in 2022 outlined the key tech trends for public services in the year ahead.

In our latest volume, we take our journey over 88mph as we connect to the future and learn more about the impact of connected devices and IoT for public services.

As always, we welcome your perspective, so please do continue the conversation. Together, we can deliver the public services of the future.

Connect to the future

Smart devices, IoT, and the odd hoverboard, in volume 5 of Perspectives* we push past 88mph to examine how public services can unlock the full potential of connected devices.

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Liz O’Driscoll,

Head of Innovation, Civica

Perspectives* is not just a standard content series. It expands on the latest thinking from our innovation lab, Civica NorthStar, and with opinions from innovators and leaders around the world, showcases the potential of relevant technologies for public services.

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