TFL opens office in Rijeka, Croatia

We are very pleased to introduce our new office in Rijeka, Croatia. The office will run under the leadership of Futurist Helga Veigl who will be responsible for the continuing development of our European foresight consulting business, and where necessary liaise through our sister company in London, Your Future (London). It will take the lead on projects both for our main company, The Futures Lab, Inc. and its subsidiary, the FutureXperience Lab.

The Futures Lab, Inc is a world-renowned foresight consultancy, founded in 1996 in Antwerp, Belgium and London. In view of the sudden growth in the US and global business at the time, the head office moved to Austin, TX, USA in 2000, and subsequently to Atlanta, GA in 2010. Between 2000 and today, The Futures Lab, Inc has increased its global coverage through a network of offices and partners in London, Beijing, Mexico City, Santiago (Chile), Tokyo and Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

We consider ourselves to be in the future potential business. We use a unique six-stage foresight process to create the future for leading companies, institutions and associations around the globe. Our clients have included Microsoft, Intel, Kellogg’s, Ford, Nissan, Philips, Fiat, Shell, Coca Cola, MTV, AKZO-Nobel, Nestle, Henkel, GSK, Clear Channel, Hugo Boss, Intercontinental Hotels, Nokia, AEM, IAEE, etc. The client endorsements on our website speak for themselves. We are best known for creating revolutionary futures that successfully leverage discontinuous change and its unexpected opportunities. We are staffed with practicing futurists, strategists and technologists, with deep rooted relationships with leading universities and a network of industry experts and forward-thinkers. We are members of the Association of Professional Futurists.

Our subsidiary, the FutureXperience Lab was formed 11 years ago in Austin, TX and has created “living the future” events for organizations as varied as Intel and AEM as well as large-scale experiential events for SXSW and conferences at leading universities.

We believe that our European business will be better served by having a European base and we look forward to having an opportunity to discuss how we can take your operations into a highly successful and profitable future.

The Future Xperience Lab

As part of the celebration of The Futures Lab’s 20th anniversary last year, we decided to revamp our “living the future” events division to include new approaches to fully immersive/interactive experiences.  In doing so, we changed our name from FEEL (Future Events and Entertainment Lab) to the Future Xperience Lab (www.futureXperiencelab.com).  This has meant that our focus is firmly on connecting our foresight expertise with our “living the future” events experience, specifically the creation, theming, experiential design and curation aspects, rather than full production.

Accordingly, we have expanded both our foresight capabilities as well as our experiential design and technology team. This was no more evident than the work we did for AEM over the past couple of years in undertaking a robust study for the Future of the Construction industry, which became the blueprint for the Future Tech Experience at CONEXPO CON-AGG in Vegas in March 2017.Our experiential design and technology team also designed and delivered interactive experiences for that event.

Our goal through our foresight programs and “living the future” events is to bring the future to life and to demonstrate the positive endeavors, inventions and creativity that are helping build a future for the benefit of mankind. Through direct exposure and encounter with the emerging future, participants avail their fears and open up their dreams.

 

Advances in Human Factors in Training, Education and Learning Sciences

Derek Woodgate’s joint research published by Springer

Children’s Interactions Within a Virtual Reality Environment for Learning Chemistry

  • Ghislain Maurice N. Isabwe
  • Margrethe Moxnes
  • Marie Ristesund
  • Derek Woodgate

Conference paper

The Science of Foresight – Future of mobile learning

Our President, Derek Woodgate is back teaching a new group of Grad students in the ICT department of the Engineering and Science Faculty at The University of Adger in Grimstad, Norway. This is the 5th year and 8th Semester that Derek has been teaching courses at UiA. The Masters courses have covered both the Future of mobile learning and the future of multimedia and they require the students to undertake a thorough grounding in the Science of Foresight.

 

Livestock and climate change

We have just completed a project on the future impact of climate change on livestock and vice versa.

 

Transformative spaces and future materials

Recently completed a project for a global client on the future of materials and transformative spaces. Very exciting areas of development, especially in nano and AI.

World Learning Summit 2017 – Smart Universities

Our President Derek Woodgate is a co-organizer, co-curator and speaker at the World Learning Summit 2017 to be held in Kristiansand, Norway, June the 6-10th 2017.

Conference website

Derek Woodgate to be the keynote at Læringsfestivalen in Trondheim 8-9th May 2017

 

The title of his presentation is: How future multimedia will augment student interaction, engagement and collaboration

Further information

Augmenting the Personalized Show Experience

 

 

 

Our President Derek Woodgate had the honour of speaking at the IAEE MATSO (International Association of Exhibitions and Events Major American Trade Show Organizers) Council gathering in Las Vegas last week. Its topic, which follows on from TFL’s foresight project for IAEE of the last nine months, was focused on multimedia displays, communications technologies, emerging materials, new promotional advertising interfaces, leveraging data, future forms of trade fairs, dafety and security, and attendee engagement approaches.

 

Futurist Helga Veigl, an Associate of TFL learning to use the Ditch Witch 3D VR training system at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017

Finally the Tech Experience of a Lifetime

After two years of working on the full foresight project, conceptualization and content development for the AEM Tech Experience at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas, we finally got to see the event in its full splendor. While The Futures Lab conceptualized the event, created the theming and content framework, AEM members, universities, institutions and even the Government provided the content, which was beautifully integrated into Jack Morton designs and brought to life by GES.

Covering four major themes: Imagine What’s Next in Infrastructure, Intelligent Jobsite, Workforce and Additive Manufacturing, the event displayed a fantastic vision of both the near, mid-term and further out future, boasting amazing advances in Hyperloop, a fully 3D printed excavator, the HeroX competition for Infrastructure 2050, a drone cage and a full mission control set–up for an intelligent worksite, supported by emerging developments in everything from self-healing asphalt and solar roads to a broad array of intelligent systems for site management, data analysis and fleet/resource interaction, including robotics, AI and HMI. There were a number of advanced 3D VR training systems, communications interfaces and our own “Future Job Kiosk” developed together with our partners in Hungary under the supervision of TFL associate, Helga Veigl.

The Tech Experience also boasted dozens of daily presentations at the Tech Experience theater, with the presentation by astronauts, twin brothers, Mark and Scott being a major draw, along with Wayne Rapp, Director of Manufacturing at Hyperloop One and D’Arcy Salzmann, Senior Director, Strategy, Microsoft HoloLens & Studio Manager, Future Bureau, Microsoft.

Smart Roads Technologies

The World’s 3D Printed Escavator

Mission Control for Fully Integrated Intelligent Worksite

Future Jobs Kiosk

Drone Zone

3D Printer Used for the Escavator

2050 HeroX Infrastructure Challenge Finalists

Fully Connected Worksite

Intelligent Machine Control

Tech Experience Pavilions

Solar Road Tiles

Additive Manufacturing

Tech Experience Conceptualizer and Designer

Further reading

The Futures Lab, Inc.

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