DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nov 10, 2020 –
The report “UK Wearable Sensors Market – Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2020-2025)” has been added to the offering of ResearchAndMarkets.com.
The UK market for wearable sensors is expected to register a CAGR of around 39.50% between 2020 and 2025. The main trend driving the UK market for wearable sensors is the miniaturization and improvement of communication capabilities, which allow their integration into various devices and machines without compromising other functionality. The market is also boosted due to the growing awareness in health and fitness, where wearable sensors play a vital role. Innovations in fields as diverse as connectivity, sensor technology, materials and data sciences, robotics and electronic textiles, are driving rapid advancements in wearable sensors in a wide range of industries. public and commercial in the UK.
With the growing expectation of being connected anytime and anywhere, wearable sensor technology has become one of the biggest growing industries in the UK. New market opportunities, such as Internet of Things (IoT) and smart mobile devices, have accelerated the development of wearable devices as they provide many benefits to users.
Main market trends:
- In the UK, wearable sensors are used in various fields, such as healthcare, sports and fitness, defense and travel. These sensors have been used in the military for multiple applications, such as heads-up displays. In the entertainment industry, these sensors are adopted in theaters, games and flight simulators. The wearable sensor market is helping the augmented reality market in the entertainment field. Products like the Oculus Rift and the Sony HMZ-T3Q are gaining popularity among gamers, and the UK is a major gaming market.
- In the region, portable biosensors are being developed to help monitor the health of livestock, especially dairy cows, to identify early stage brucellosis. A transportable test is being designed to allow accelerated confirmatory diagnosis of suspected cases. The UK-China project is funded by the Department of Health and Social Care (administered by Innovate UK) and Cranfield University, in collaboration with the Scottish companies Biotangents and IceRobotics.
- The trend is that graphene-based wearable sensors capable of monitoring vital signs and capable of tracking the vital signs of people in their daily lives are being developed in the UK. Researchers at the University of Exeter in the UK are integrating graphene-based sensors into textiles. Textiles coated with graphene change when exposed to external stimuli, such as temperature changes or temperature fluctuations, allowing them to be used as sensors.
- Portable healthcare is expanding the country. For example, BT and the University Hospital of Birmingham, UK recently introduced a ‘connected ambulance’ consisting of 5G-equipped ambulance crew fitted with a VR headset. The clinician can visualize what the paramedic sees in the ambulance. Using a joystick, they are then able to remotely manage paramedics in real time to perform essential scans, as well as to obtain close-up images of a patient’s scars and injuries.
- The expansion of AI ecosystem assets such as conversational computing, machine learning, smartphone apps and more will have a profound impact on the delivery of care. 5G and the burgeoning IoT industry will inevitably have a profound effect on the entire wearable sensor market. Advances in technology have improved the robustness and scope of wearable sensors, but the reluctance of end users to use innovations due to their expensive nature is a major challenge for the wearable sensor market in the UK.
- The recent COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the wearable sensor market in the region due to the growing influence of telemedicine. People are supposed to avoid public gatherings to track social distancing. This is why doctors are taking the route of telemedicine where they can treat patients from a distance without creating room for the spread of viruses. The development of applications to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into its systems to assist medical personnel, along with the growth of telemedicine, has encouraged the growth of the portable medical device market.
Main topics covered:
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4 MARKET DYNAMICS
4.1 Market overview
4.2 Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.3 Market factors
4.4 Market constraints
4.5 PESTLE analysis
4.6 Impact of COVID-19 on the UK Wearable Industry
4.7 Wearable Sensor Landscape Analysis – List of Emerging Startups and Investor Activity
4.8 Market opportunities
5 MARKET SEGMENTATION
5.1 By type
5.2 By type of application (portable sensors)
6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6.1 Company profiles
6.1.1 Infineon Technologies UK Ltd
6.1.2 STMicroelectronics Ltd
6.1.3 Panasonic UK Ltd.
6.1.4 NXP Semiconductors UK Ltd
6.1.5 TE Connectivity Ltd
6.1.6 Siemens PLC
6.1.7 Texas Instruments United Kingdom
6.1.8 Analog Devices International
6.1.9 ABB Ltd.
6.1.10 Ilika PLC
6.1.11 Knowles Precision Devices
6.1.12 dorsaVi Ltd
6.1.13 Maxim Integrated Products UK Ltd
6.1.14 DFRobot (RobotShop)
7 ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENTS
8 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS
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