skip to main content
Close Icon We use cookies to improve your website experience.  To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy.  By continuing to use the website, you consent to our use of cookies.

Aditya Kaul

Research Director

Country UK

Experience 21+ years

Aditya Kaul

Aditya Kaul is a research director at Omdia (formerly Tractica), with a primary focus on artificial intelligence and robotics. He also covers blockchain and wearables as part of his research. Kaul has more than 12 years of experience in technology market research and consulting. He is based in London.

 

Prior to Omdia, Kaul was a practice director at ABI Research, where he led the firm’s Mobile Networks research group. Kaul has also worked as an analyst and team leader at firms including Pioneer Consulting and Evalueserve, and has provided independent consulting services in the areas of IoT, wearables, and smart cities. Kaul started his career as an electrical engineer designing chipsets and wireless networks with stints at Qualcomm and Siemens.

 

Kaul has been a prolific speaker, moderator, and panelist at industry conferences and events, and has appeared frequently in the media including The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Forbes, CNBC, The Motley Fool, VentureBeat, Unstrung, ZDNet, Wireless Week, EE Times, and CommsDesign, among others.

 

Kaul holds two master’s degrees in engineering, from Colorado State University and Pennsylvania State University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat in India.

 

Analyst Articles

  • All Categories
  • Insight
All Categories
  • Podcast - AI and COVID-19

    Artificial Intelligence, Tractica

    Podcast - AI and COVID-19

    This Omdia podcast covers the application of AI in dealing with the COVID-19 problem.

  • alleviateAIfears.jpg

    Artificial Intelligence

    Consumer brands employ 5G to alleviate fears about AI privacy

    While the media frets about computer superintelligences potentially usurping the human race, the general public is just as concerned about a more immediate issue related to artificial intelligence (AI): the prospect that AI will have a negative impact on personal data and privacy.  

  • At CES 2020, AI hype cycle at maximum, but dismiss at your own risk

    Consumer Electronics

    At CES 2020, AI hype cycle at maximum, but dismiss at your own risk

    The ubiquitous presence of AI across CES in some sense made the technology lose its meaning, as most of the exhibits were repetitions from previous years or half-baked concepts.