Global technology giants including Google, LG, Intel, Samsung and IBM are among the speakers already confirmed for The Wearable Technology Show, which returns to London for its second outing in 2015.
In 2025 over US$25 billion will be spent on formulations and intermediate materials for wearable technology, as forecast by analysts IDTechEx in the brand new report Wearable Technology Materials 2015-2025. Companies at this early stage of the value chain will enjoy a multiplier over the coming decade.
The M2M industry, as with any market that is exiting its nascent stage, is rife with predictions on device growth and revenue, so much so that, candidly, it tends to lose meaning and intended effect when taken as a whole. With that in mind, we are going to use this traditional early-year space to take stock of where the connected device industry stands, and do our best to identify some [...]
CSR plc has integrated Android Wear into its CSRmesh™ Bluetooth® Smart solution to enable whole home control and monitoring directly from a smart watch or other wearable, including with voice commands. The integration, demonstrated in Las Vegas using a LG G watch to control home heating and lighting, is designed to demonstrate future opportunities for the Internet of Things (loT).
The M2M, IoT & Wearable Technology Ecosystem: 2015 – 2020 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. “As consumer voice and data services revenues reach their saturation point, wireless carriers are keen to capitalise on other avenues to drive revenue growth. One such [...]
Chris Wasden, professor of innovation & executive director of the Sorenson Center for Discovery and Innovation at the University of Utah, will lead panelists of the M2M Now Money Talks mHealth conference in a fascinating and engaging debate centered around the future of digital health and the business case for implementing an App Formulary Model.
One of healthcare’s biggest concerns is the discrepancy between potentially achievable success rates and the actual treatment success rates when it comes to patients. Studies show that something as simple as getting patients to take their meds, on time, in the right order and in the proper amount, could actually prevent as many as 125,000 deaths per year in the United States.
Reply, specialises in the design and implementation of solutions based on new communication channels and digital media, has announces Breed Reply, a new Reply advanced incubator for funding, accelerating and supporting the growth and establishment of ideas and start-ups around the Internet of Things (IoT) across Europe and the USA.
New findings from Juniper Research have revealed that global smart wearable device shipments will more than quadruple by 2017, reaching 116m units, compared to an estimated 27m this year. However, this still suggests that less than 5% of smartphones will be used with such wearables by this time.
As an industry, we’re still in the early days of wearable technology – figuring out what works (and what doesn’t) and continuing to define and refine this ever-growing market. As David Maidment of ARM says, wearable devices make up such a large and diverse category.
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