The third industrial revolution is the birthplace of informational technology. This is the age of the home computer, cell phones, microwaves, automation and robots. With the sophistication that has evolved in medicine, communication, and education this rapid access of information has given rise to the ever growing population world-wide. The previous revolutions depended on coal and petroleum to power transportation, factories, and businesses. The focus has shifted.
The digital revolution not only focused on technology, but ensuring that humans were healthy and prepared for future generations, and focused on new energy systems. Renewable energies of wind and solar are part of the renewable energy technologies that have advanced the efficiency of energy needed to sustain life.
The technological advancements of the digital revolution impacted systems, production, management and governance with momentum that has changed the world.