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Old 05-18-2016, 03:31 PM   #1
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As we sit on the sideline and watch yeti develope. I can't help but think, what's next? It doesn't have to be outdoor related. I just want to know your idea of the next big thing. I would love to be a part of it and watch it grow.

Ok you hearty fans of capitalism. What's the next big thing?
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:39 PM   #2
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I have a lot of things in the works....non of which I will mention on the internet
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:40 PM   #3
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:41 PM   #4
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:43 PM   #5
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screen less touch screen, automated cars/transport, 3d printing applications
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developing a wireless network controlled broadcaster system which you can use your smartphone to control the broadcaster, spin times, battery usuage, gauge the amount of feed you are using, alert you to low feed levels, etc!
Gonna be a sneaky way of spinning the feed out of the feeder from the stand!
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:48 PM   #7
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I'm still waiting on someone to build a gas can that doesent spill gas every time you pour it and a coon proof feeder!
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:50 PM   #8
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Wireless thin clients, cloud computing, home automation, electric cars/battery technology, automated food service, database-driven/protocal-based healthcare...
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Home TV systems that will act as the core data mine for the house and autos. You roll the high tech car into the driveway, it will validate and download updates. Appliances, smart devices and any peripheral tied to you will be managed from the PICTURE BOX. Online banking, automatic bill payments, utilities....you home will become an IP VERSION 6 Entity on the Interweb, which will include the family web site and media center. This system will allow or disallow anything with intelligence. Outside commerce, groceries, pharmacy orders, banking...it will all tie in. Medical checkups will become more SKYPE like with a secure link to your doctor and heart rate ,temperature and weight will be gathered for a first stage analysis. If it's deemed you need to go into the practice, this is stage two.


Homes will start to become self aware. They will monitor activity, infrared and carbon, and make adjustments to conserve and or increase use. They will start to trend your lifestyle comfort zone choices, and make adjustments automatically.

Government owned buildings will start to leverage solar panel power grids. This will be back filled into the local community as an electrical resource.

Sewage and gray water will be recycled and filtered many times, to be reused in the home. Some of these systems will use complex piping systems to cool and or heat water with less power. The PICTURE BOX will manage and monitor.

Homes in tornado stricken regions, will have the ability to leverage Doppler and warning systems for household protection. They may even go as far as linking up captured weather data, and provide much needed weather information to collection centers for those that are mobile and need pre-plan alerting.

Farming will become a world-wide grid of weather and environmental monitoring grids. That can read factors that yield the best crop delivery based on known soil qualities, environmental qualities, and forecasting world-wide food commerce will analyze this data. This data will be used to drive feeding the masses, and trends analyzed over time, can then become Stock Market data, helping to drive investment and development to better deliver food to needy countries not blessed with qualities desirable for particular ag products. An example, a drought in California may impact wheat or fruit s but, another region of the world may show signs of excellent conditions to invest in covering this loss, with a gain elsewhere. The world will become more connected to feed the masses.

The delivery of fertilizers and pesticides will monitor wind, temp moisture (soil and air) and robotic farming systems will deploy these products, automatically, using GPS tracking, in the best delivery environment to control excess loss and maximum delivery based on the chemical release formulations of these products. Farmers will become more automated and wireless networks, covering strictly agricultural grids will feed into the world-wide food commerce network.

Saltwater will be pumped and desalinated by oil and gas companies, using burn off of existing oil sites, generating the fuel to power the steam to turn the pumps. This may even leverage small nuclear powered pumps, strategically staged to burn for years as the Ocean's water supply is used to irrigate and provide much needed water supplies to regions that can support these operations.

Shrimping will begin in arid regions, hundreds of miles from the coast. Farm raised saltwater fish will too, become a product of land based fishery resources.

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Old 05-18-2016, 03:51 PM   #10
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I'm still waiting on someone to build a gas can that doesent spill gas every time you pour it and a coon proof feeder!
We had some of those gas cans not to far back, but then the gubment decided we weren't wasting enough and regulated our cans.
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:52 PM   #11
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:58 PM   #12
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I'm still waiting on someone to build a gas can that doesent spill gas every time you pour it and a coon proof feeder!
Google VP racing fuel cans....make sure you only use them for racing fuel only though.
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:02 PM   #13
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Google VP racing fuel cans....make sure you only use them for racing fuel only though.
I use VP cans for everything

No racing fuel though haha
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:18 PM   #14
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Ships will start to become more economical. Electrical engines will run off diesels and provide the power to propulsion. Using locomotive styled design, the efficiency of fuel burn will be increased.

Ship designs will become more hands free and ship navigation will be more automated. Shore based control systems may come into play, where a large ship will navigate the stretches of the ocean with remote management. The onboard crew will provide engineering support and hands on assistance to provide to stricken vessels.

Pilots will fly and or sail onboard as these huge beasts close the coast, saving shipping companies weeks of onboard Captain dependency. The last few miles will have a Captain.
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:24 PM   #16
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Data centers will have virtual servers that are self healing, Business intelligence will increase, and metrics of all factors driving business, will require less book keeping and more tuned intelligence. These products will be tied into everything. Electrical, PM maintenance, Accounting (A/R, G/L A/P). Systems will know when users are online working automatically....easing the burden of tracking hourly paid employees.

More and more employees will embrace remote employees, and the tools to manage data and access will continue to reach into the home.

Network security will become more geographic, and shutting off known countries that thrive on US commerce, will be automatically shut off, using pre-sets that analyze negative data trends. This collected data will then be used against these nations, as the world learns how to fight back and enforce the right to use the world wide web without risk. The days of the wild within the world-wide-web will eventually become tamed. As it was in the Wild West, over time, enforcement and punishment will be rendered to those who don't play well.
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:27 PM   #17
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:31 PM   #18
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The next BIG thing is helping those that are angry about Hillary losing the election, move to Canada. Set them up with movers and real estate agents to help their transition. Buy and resell all of their stuff because you are telling them you can't have that in Canada. Look it up it is in the Canadian law books...( yeah right).
Instant Millionaire!
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:32 PM   #19
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A few months ago I asked the same question about Bows or bowhunting.
Now the Camless rage seems to the same bow that I bought in 1976.
So the new may be the old that the techees made better.
It's kind of like Camo, Marketing is what is new not the product.
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:33 PM   #20
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I'm still waiting on someone to build a gas can that doesent spill gas every time you pour it and a coon proof feeder!
Impossible lol
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:37 PM   #21
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A few months ago I asked the same question about Bows or bowhunting.
Now the Camless rage seems to the same bow that I bought in 1976.
So the new may be the old that the techees made better.
It's kind of like Camo, Marketing is what is new not the product.
Same thing with everything yeti. Nothing new about their technology. Everything to do with their marketing! Id be willing to bet that their marketig department are some of the highest paid employees in the company and if not and if i owned my own company, id be looking to hire them!

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Old 05-18-2016, 04:39 PM   #22
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:47 PM   #25
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I'll go out on a limb and say "a conservative in the White House".
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Old 05-18-2016, 04:57 PM   #26
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Old 05-24-2016, 08:28 PM   #27
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Shrimping will begin in arid regions, hundreds of miles from the coast. Farm raised saltwater fish will too, become a product of land based fishery resources.
This has already happened. Some of the best shrimp I have ever eaten, but tons of hard work. Neighbor down the road that I am good friends with raised them while I was growing up. And at one time there were 3 or 4 families in the area raising them, but the biggest farm was by far the Reid family just outside of Imperial. They used to have a store/restaurant that my mom worked at could by fresh shrimp by the pound or eat it fresh in store. Kinda crazy to be eating fresh shrimp in the middle of west texas.

Texas Country Reporter did a show on it back in 2005 I believe but can't find it online.

http://www.newswest9.com/story/92883...-in-west-texas

Here is another article on it.
http://www.oaoa.com/news/business/ar...d2415eab2.html

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Led by none other than Art himself??
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Old 05-24-2016, 09:17 PM   #30
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From reading the other thread, I'm betting it'll have something to do with knocking drones out of the sky...
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Old 05-24-2016, 09:26 PM   #32
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A Texas fan that knows how to use a comma?
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Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, edit.
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Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, edit.
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The DRONE industry I think one day will boom! . Not talking about just for pictures and cool video either.
Natural gas leak survey all the the way down to cleaning windows on skyscrapers and a lot more.

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Hover boards.
Flex capacitors.
Kids will wear wool hats in unseasonably warm weather. Also really tightly fitting pants.
Possibly landing on the moon at some point.
Hard to say.
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Air strike fighter jets will fly pilotless, eliminating the risk of G Forces, and the performance of these fighting machines will defy all before them.

Network firewalls will analyze data trends from layer 1 through 7. Network Security will become the biggest IT advancement in the next 5 - 10 years. World-wide TCP/IP registrations will be uploaded hourly, and hacks, DOS\DDOS attacks, Phising\Spoofing and Brute Force attacks against Government and Business networks will start to automatically send hit reports to all datacenters and Internet Providers of the World, as the curtain comes down on illegal Internet crime. Those found in support of these activities will be blacklisted and fined heavily as the world learns to embrace ECommerce.

Microchip technology will find it's way into the battlefield giving small arms the ability to have tracking capability. These same weapons can be used to counter Terrorist activity and I suspect weapons will be designed to exclusively track the bad guy with weapons caches placed, so they consume and die.

Game fields and stadiums will have tracking grids, implanted within the playing field, where speed of pass, speed of athlete, ball flight in relationship to foul lines and instant stats of all facets of each game, will be benchmarked. Referees will become less of a factor in high stakes games. This data will be backfilled into video games, and performance based on players playing averages will become the next form of true to life professional\leisure sports gaming.

Battery technologies will continue to evolve and miniaturize to points, a purse, a belt and or a wallet can and will provide additional power to mobile devices.

Camera technologies will continue to miniaturize to points, an offshore boats transom and points around the stern cockpit will be sold, where below water action shots of sportfishing scenes can be captured. Inshore boats, in clear waters, will also have an underwater view capability and this technology will tie into onboard electronics.

Surfboards will start to be designed with micro camera technologies to points, the surfer will become a riding show. This technology will be added to all pastime gear, and the sky is the limit on what can be viewed and or filmed as folks continue to pour billions into this industry. As it's been coined here.."IT'S ALL ABOUT THE VIDEO." Or as some say, no images, it didn't happen. Skiers on water and our snow can film from their gear in a selfie style display. All forms of equipment will have the option of leveraging this embedded technology.

Sensor tracking for motorcycles will become mandatory safety equipment in automobiles and trucking. Any road worthy vehicle will alert other vehicles of impending collision and seek to avoid and or control a mishap. The days of blind spots will be reduced tremendously for all on our highways.

The kinetic energy generated by heavy trucks and locomotives, and quite possibly aircraft, will provided electrical power to battery banks. Spinning wheels, air flow and friction points will be farmed to further electrical energies. Quite possibly, as you tank up for fuel, you will upload this captured electrical storage, offsetting the fuel cost by value added by your contribution to the power grid.

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LOL Nope, just wrapping up another day at work, dealing with Information Systems. I've seen a lot of change in my years in this particular job field.
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Commercial and or Industrial systems, that require external support teams for advanced repair, most notably high ticket systems, will evolve to points, the manufacturers and external support teams will have preventive maintenance monitoring. These systems will leverage existing Internet circuits to upload system performance data that analyzes PM work (hours, wear & maintenance) to points, abnormalities off a standard trend, with a unit still in operation, will have parts and planning to replace and or repair before the system goes down. This system performance monitoring will be performed by qualified service centers, trained and versed, in the maintenance and repair of these systems. Some of these systems will simply have monitors that display a simple GREEN (OK), AMBER (NEEDS ATTENTION) & RED (DOWN). Others will have advanced metrics, that benchmark all facets of its internal performance.

Commercial Kitchen systems will incorporate this technology. The days of having additional kitchen equipment on standby, to cover outages, will be reduced. This example will play into any industry that has a low margin where risk of downtime, can destroy it's profit margin. And the local knowledge to fix, repair and or perform onsite Preventative Maintenance, will become a standard design. This will reduce the footprint of engineering techs onsite, and leaning on 3rd party technical providers, to keep these systems running. Call centers will analyze this data, under support contracts, furthering uptime and reducing payroll required to support these systems on-premise. Abnormal system behaviour will be reviewed before outage, and the service support team will arrive with parts in hand, to render repair. Some of the higher dollar systems will have multiple logic points, where a hot fix can be performed, without the loss of down time.

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Old 05-24-2016, 10:51 PM   #44
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AtTheWall, please be more specific with your predictions. More details and just more words in general.
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No.....unfortunately I got it too!
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Nope...I got it also...we are dating ourselves.
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