Market Analysis, product design and business devopment assisitance in eHealth, telematics and wireless connectivity
Wireless technology is about to revolutionise the way products are designed and used. With both wide area and short range links, the need for cables is beginning to disappear. As a result, it is becoming possible to design products that connect to the Internet as soon as they are taken out of the box.
To gain a foothold in this exciting new market, designers and companies need to understand the potential for new web based services that are an integral part of their product design, as well as how to implement wireless connectivity. Unfortunately all of this can be challenging.
WiFore exists to help you overcome these barriers and bring products to market ahead of your competitors. With many years of experience in all aspects of wireless connectivity, a comprehensive knowledge of the wireless standards and a wide understanding of emerging market opportunities, WiFore can help you make the best decisions in analysing the market, defining your product roadmap and implementing wireless technology and web services.
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The following reports on emerging market sectors are free to download.
Apple’s unexpected entry into the hearables market heralds a period of major change. The result is likely to be a faster move to wireless headphones, an acceleration in the take-up of earbuds, and the prospect of an overall market revenue exceeding $40 billion in 2020.
The consumer electronics industry has convinced itself that wearable technology will be the next big thing, with analysts predicting a market worth over $30 billion by 2020. That belief is driven by a desperate need for major companies to find something to follow on from laptops, tablets and PCs all of which are being commoditised. The problem is that their model for wearable technology is built around technology push, trying to shape their technology to fit consumers. It is a strategy that is likely to fail, as wearable technology is more, rather than less, personal. This report takes the contrary viewpoint, building the market opportunity from known consumer behaviour and preferences. It suggests the market will still reach $30 billion in 2020, but with a very different mix of products being made by some very different companies.
WiFore's 2013 replot explains the explosive new market for Appcessories - products which use Bluetooth Smart technology to connect to smartphones and tablets. It's a market which is predicted to grow to a value of over $130 billion by the end of 2020.
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