Wearable Technology Report

The increasingly diverse market for wearable devices will reach $100bn annually by 2024

Wearable Technology 2018-2028: Markets, Players, Forecasts

Covering 49 product categories (including smartwatches, fitness trackers, skin patches, hearables, medical devices, smart clothing) across many industry verticals


 
Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1."Wearables" - shifting hype and evolving markets
1.2.Key metrics for wearables: Search Trends
1.3.Key metrics for wearables: Funding trends
1.4.Key metrics for wearables: Patent trends
1.5.Top 30 patent assignees for wearables (all time)
1.6.Top 30 patent assignees for wearables (2017)
1.7.Total Market Outlook
1.8.Market Outlook: Smartwatches and fitness trackers
1.9.Market Outlook: Headphones
1.10.Market Outlook: Augmented, virtual and mixed reality devices
1.11.Smartwatches: Short to medium term outlook
1.12.Long term: Standalone wearable communication devices
1.13.Market Outlook: Medical Devices
1.14.Wearables by market sector
2.INTRODUCTION
2.1.Introduction
2.2.Definitions
2.3.Grouping sections within wearable technology
2.4.Parallel sectors converge to wearable technology
2.5.Wearable technology overlaps with major verticals
2.6.The effects of defining a new industry sector
2.7.Prominent cross-industry collaboration
2.8.A history of wearable technology
2.9.A history of wearable technology
2.10.135 years of headphones
2.11.The growth of the premium headphone sector
2.12.Select history of wearable medical devices - Blood Pressure
2.13.Select history of wearable medical devices - Cardiac devices
2.14.Select history of wearable medical devices - Skin Patches
2.15.Wearable technology hype and drivers
3.TRENDS
3.1.Trends are the unifying factor in a diverse industry
3.2.Megatrends
3.3.Innovation trends
3.4.Making electronics flexible: examples
3.5.The evolving user interface: examples
3.6.Increasing battery life: examples
3.7.Geographical trends
3.8.Commoditization
3.9.The impact of VCs and crowdfunding
3.10.R&D focus across the world
3.11.Privacy concerns
3.12.Security concerns
3.13.The impact on the wearable technology market
4.APPLICATION SECTORS: VALUE PROPOSITION, TRENDS AND PROGRESS
4.1.Contents
4.2.Healthcare and Medical
4.3.Heart monitoring
4.4.Clinical Trials
4.5.Diabetes Monitoring: Closing the feedback loop?
4.6.Diabetes Monitoring: Current commercial situation
4.7.Advanced and portable diagnostics
4.8.Fitness and Wellness
4.9.Corporate Wellness
4.10.Wearables for the insurance sector: people and pets
4.11.UV protection
4.12.Infotainment
4.13.VR Gaming
4.14.Core infotainment devices: phone, watch, what next?
4.15.Enterprise: Industrial and Commercial
4.16.Applications in heavy industry
4.17.Case Study: Fujitsu Numazu Factory
4.18.Challenges and requirements for AR in industry
4.19.Commercial applications
4.20.Power Assist Suits
4.21.Military
4.22.The Intelligent Soldier System
4.23.Others
4.24.Professional Sports
4.25.Examples: Athlete tracking for performance
4.26.Examples: Athlete tracking for entertainment
5.KEY WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT TYPES
5.1.i. Smartwatches and Fitness Trackers
5.2.Smartwatches
5.3.Example: The Apple Watch
5.4.Beyond smartwatches: the evolving user interface
5.5.Market Forecast: Wearable Communication Devices
5.6.Fitness trackers
5.7."Smartwatch" vs. "Fitness tracker"
5.8.Fitness tracking case studies: Fitbit
5.9.Fitness tracking case studies: Xiaomi
5.10.Fitness tracking case studies: Jawbone
5.11.Fitness tracking case studies: Nike
5.12.The future of fitness trackers
5.13.ii. Smart Eyewear
5.14.Smart eyewear
5.15.Nomenclature in the smart eyewear world: virtual (VR) and augmented (AR) reality
5.16.Nomenclature in the smart eyewear world: variations of AR and VR
5.17.Some examples of AR and VR headsets by category
5.18."Over eye" vs. "In eye"
5.19."On eye" - Smart eyewear and headsets
5.20.Virtual Reality
5.21.Augmented Reality
5.22.Mixed reality
5.23.In-eye: so much to do in limited space
5.24.Eye-worn electronics: The 4x main technology challenges
5.25.iii. Smart Clothing
5.26.75 years of 'Smart Clothing'
5.27.Early commercial examples: Infineon, Philips, O'Neill
5.28.Related products: HRM Chest Straps
5.29.Integrating HRM into clothing
5.30.Who uses smart clothing today?
5.31.Market Forecast (e-textiles, apparel only), 2018-2028
5.32.Examples from key sectors
5.33.Project Jacquard
5.34.Large players enter the market: 3 strategies
5.35.For more details on Smart Clothing & E-Textiles
5.36.iv. Skin patches
5.37.Cosmetic skin patches
5.38.Medical skin patches - the dark horse
5.39.A list of increasing number of medical skin patch products
5.40.Medical implants
6.WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY VALUE CHAIN AND COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1.Acquisitions, Investments, Partnerships and Prizes
6.2.List of prominent M&A activity
6.3.Funding and Investments
6.4.List of prominent partnerships
6.5.Prizes
6.6.Key Player Case Studies: Leaders in Wearables?
6.7.Apple
6.8.Alphabet
6.9.Medical Device Manufacturers
6.10.The battle of the contract manufacturers
6.11.Flex and Jabil: Contrasting strategies today
7.MARKET FORECASTING CASE STUDIES
7.1.Forecast Details and Assumptions
7.2.Market Outlook: Smartwatches and fitness trackers
7.3.Market Outlook: Headphones
7.4.Market Outlook: Augmented, virtual and mixed reality devices
7.5.Smartwatches: Short to medium term outlook
7.6.Long term: Standalone wearable communication devices
7.7.Market Outlook: Medical Devices
7.8.Wearables by market sector
8.FULL MARKET FORECASTING: 2018-2028
8.1.Full market forecasting: Revenue
8.2.Full market forecasting: Volume
8.3.Full market forecasting: Pricing
9.COMPANY PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS
10.EXTENDED COMPANY DATABASE: WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

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-Slides579
-Companies92
-Forecasts to2028
-Last updateMay 2018
 

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