Article in IVT 20th anniversary edition just came out --- on tech predictions for advances in Ag and Heavy Equipment Sector in next 20 years. As noted in my last blog, this includes my take on tech and design offerings in the coming future. It is great to see the wonderful job Richard Carr, IVT Editor, did in placing images within my text section that relate to concepts I outline, helping call to people's mind to take a moment and really think about the ideas and how they relate to other designers' work and other ongoing tech advances. Okay, I really put myself out their on several predictions, but stranger results will likely be the reality in areas we are not even thinking about today. It is interesting that several of the other contributors detail their view that next 20-year future tech progress will be exciting, while stating we are already on the cutting edge and not much more is out there to do other than gained operational efficiencies in the existing equipment and work process formats. So, there are the spectrum of views and personalities/perspectives at play with the range of contributions to this article. I like to think my projections are not too crazy, so I hope innovation in the industry backs me up (though I am not fully counting on the distinct integration of UAV pizza/drink/food industry delivery means into Ag and Heavy Equipment operator stations. I hope we can still count on equipment operators to have the hustle to pack their lunches in a manner). Overall fun read through a varied range of thoughts.