Wearable sensors play a crucial role in patient monitoring for the healthcare industry. These sensors help to collect patient data and personalize the treatment patterns accordingly. In 2018, the wearable sensors market attained a global value of $1.34 billion. The global wearable sensors market demand is anticipated to rise at a profitable CAGR of 28.65% during 2019-2025. As per the report of IndustryARC, the wearable sensors market is one of the fastest growing markets when compared to the other computer and communication devices market.
The report is titled: “Wearable Sensors Market: By Type (Motion, Pressure, Temperature, Medical & Others); By Application (Wristwear, Eyewear, Footwear, Bodywear); By Industry Verticals (Consumer, Healthcare, Enterprise) & By Region – Forecast(2019 – 2025).” The report offers an in-depth assessment of the competitive landscape, market drivers, operation analysis, market trends, future prospects, application analysis, product types, associated trends, industry verticals, implementation patterns, technological developments, mergers and acquisitions, market life cycle analysis, supply and demand analysis of the global wearable sensors market.
Wearable Sensors Market: Leading Segments
Smartwatch and fitness band are the leading applications in the global wearable sensors market. The demand for these applications is attributed to the continuous innovations trending in the wearable technologies combined with wireless communication devices that attract the consumers. As a result, the demand for smartwatch and fitness band applications in the global wearable sensors market is projected to rise at a CAGR of 35.64% during the aforesaid forecast period. Also, with the developments in the healthcare industry and raising awareness for fitness, the smartwatch and fitness band of application segment of the market is growing.
North America is leading the wearable sensors market and held a regional share of 29.87% in 2018. Increased cases of diabetes and obesity are leading to the innovations in smart wearable devices in this region, especially in the U.S. As per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 30.3 million people have diabetes which accounts for 9.4% of the U.S. population . These cases within North America are increasing the awareness of health and fitness among the population; thereby, growing the usage of wearable sensors systems embedded in the health and fitness related wearable devices.
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Wearable Sensors Market: Disruptive Trends
· Smart fabrics consist of embedded sensors that communicate with the surroundings. The potential for this smart fabrics market is huge. The end-user applications such as health, fitness, medical, military, and fashion are leading to the growth of these smart textile market. Also, smart textile market is attracting investments from sports industry and benefitting from the interest in Internet of Things sensors.
· Smart glasses are gaining traction since the launch of Google Glass. Though the former is undergoing several improvements, there are other smart eyewear that are blended with sensors and different technologies in the wearable smart eyewear market. Countries such as China, Japan, and the U.S are developing smart glasses which combine Augmented Reality, Bluetooth technology, optic sensors, activity-tracking sensors, motion-detecting sensors, and other relevant technologies to serve unique purposes in identifying fraud, virtual assistance, and reading assistance.
Wearable Sensors Market: Competitive Landscape
Currently, the key players operating with a major share in the global wearable sensors market are STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments Incorporated Inc., Analog Devices Inc., Infineon Technologies AG., InvenSense Inc., ON Semiconductor Inc., Panasonic Corporation., NXP Semiconductors N.V., and Knowles Electronics Broadcom.
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The Wearable Sensors Market is Prepared with the Main Agenda to Cover the following 20 points:
1. Wearable Sensors Market Size by Product Categories & Application
2. Wearable Sensors Market trends & Relevant Market Data
3. Manufacturer Landscape
4. Distributor Landscape
5. Pricing Analysis
6. Top 10 End-user Analysis
7. Product Benchmarking
8. Product Developments
9. Mergers & Acquisition Analysis
10. Patent Analysis
11. Wearable Sensors Market Demand Analysis (Revenue & Volume)
12. Country-level Analysis
13. Competitor Analysis
14. Wearable Sensors Market Shares Analysis
15. Value Chain Analysis
16. Supply Chain Analysis
17. Wearable Sensors Market Strategic Analysis
18. Wearable Sensors Market Current & Future Market Landscape Analysis
19. Opportunity Analysis
20. Wearable Sensors Market Revenue and Volume Analysis
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