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TMCNet:  Wearables Report - Electronics and Semiconductor Markets 2017: MEMs Devices, Sensors, CPUs and Low-Power MPUs, GPS, and Connectivity Chips - Research and Markets

[March 15, 2017]

Wearables Report - Electronics and Semiconductor Markets 2017: MEMs Devices, Sensors, CPUs and Low-Power MPUs, GPS, and Connectivity Chips - Research and Markets

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Wearables - Electronics and Semiconductor Markets" report to their offering.

Beyond the fitness/health niches, all the general purpose wearables today are really a consumer "solution" that don't add much convenience to our lives - but still incur considerable cost and inconvenience of their own. That will change soon. The healthcare industry is one of the biggest opportunities for wearables, which will be used to provide data management and display systems, enabling doctors to, handle the flood of electronic health data and access it when they need it - while examining a patient.

This report analyzes the wearable industry and markets for the two wearable camps described above. Forecasts are also presented for semiconductor content and markets for MEMs devices, sensors, CPUs and low-power MPUs, GPS, and connectivity chips.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Worldwide Wearable Device Trends

1.1 Definitions And Segmentation Of Wearable Devices

1.2 Market Drivers

1.3 Demographic Factors

1.4 Emerging Markets And Applications

1.5 Disruptive Technologies

1.6 Government Policy Effects.

Chapter 2 Business Aspects

2.1 Competitive Forces And Dynamics

2.2 Pricing Trends

2.3 Mergers And Acquisitions

2.4 Forecasts And Projections

2.5 Manufacturing Dvelopments

2.6 Regulatory Compliance

Chapter 3 Emerging Applications

3.1 Digital Health

3.1.1 Health And Wellness Wearables: Benefits

3.1.2 Health And Wellness Wearables: Shortcomings

3.2 Body Area Networks

3.3 Medical Diagnostics And Screening

3.4 Genomics

3.5 Safety And Security

3.6 Environmental

3.7 Virtual Reality

3.8 Indoor Navigation

Chapter 4 Emerging Types Of Sensors

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Touch

4.3 Pressure

4.4 Thermal

4.5 Radiation

4.6 Humidity

4.7 Chemical

4.8 High-Performance Image And IR

4.9 Air And Pollution

4.10 Magnetic

4.11 Water

4.12 Radar

4.13 High-Performance Inertial

4.14 High-Performance Microphones And Microphone Arrays.

Chapter 5 Emerging Types Of Actuators

5.1 High Performance Micro Speakers

5.2 Optical Zoom

5.3 Micro Shutters

5.4 Energy Harvesters

Chapter 6 Emerging Manufacturing Techniques And Materials

6.1 Flexible And Printed Electronics

6.2 Smart Glass

6.3 Streamlined Assembly Techniques

Chapter 7 Technology Trends And Developments

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Sensor Hubs

7.3 Ultra-Low Power Systems And Components

7.4 Energy Harvesting

7.5 Micro Batteries And Energy Storage

7.6 Supercapacitors

7.7 Sensor Integration

7.8 Context Awareness

7.9 Connectivity With Smartphones.

Chapter 8 Provider Profiles

  • AiQ
  • Amazon
  • Apple
  • AT&T (News - Alert)
  • Belkin
  • Broadcom
  • Comcast
  • Conexant
  • Dell
  • Facebook
  • Fitbit
  • Freescale (News - Alert)
  • Google
  • HP
  • Imagination Technologies
  • Ingenic
  • Intel
  • Jabra (News - Alert)
  • Jawbone
  • LG
  • Martian Watches
  • Microsoft
  • Nike
  • Plantronics (News - Alert)
  • Pebble
  • Qualcomm
  • Reebok
  • Samsung
  • Sony
  • Toshiba

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