Funding Analysis of Emerging Microelectronics Technologies

VC Funding and Consumer Interest Generate Growth Opportunities for Wearables

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The objective of this research service is to cover the funding landscape of key emerging microelectronics technologies, viz., wearables, printed and flexible electronics, and brain-computer interface (BCI). Wearables have experienced a lot of interest from diverse fields and there have been a lot of developments worldwide. Various established companies and start-ups are constantly innovating to gain a foothold in this market. Flexible and printed electronics has shown a lot of potential to enable low cost mass manufactured products using printing technologies. However, manufacturing bottlenecks has hindered the adoption of the technology. It is expected that these challenges will be resolved in the near term as

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 TechVision Research Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Sectoral Analysis2.1 Funding Analysis – A Key Tool for Assessing Emerging Technologies2.2 Emerging Technologies in Microelectronics3.0 Assessment of Funding Opportunities in Wearables 3.1 Current Trends in Wearables Technology3.2 Roadmap of Wearables Technology3.3 Major Investors: Khosla Ventures and Y Combinator3.4 Major Investors: Andreesen Horowitz and Intel Capital3.5 Major Investors: True Ventures and Qualcomm Ventures3.6 Investment Profile: Magic Leap and Fitbit3.7 Investment Profile: Movidius and Pebble3.8 Investment Profile: Jawbone and Thalmic Labs3.9 VC Funding Focus Areas include Healthcare, Sports, and Quantified-Self3.10 Gap Analysis3.11 Prominent M&As Involving Wearables Companies4.0 Brain-computer Interface4.1 Trends Impacting BCI Technology4.2 BCI Technology Roadmap4.3 Crowdfunding Boosts BCI companies4.3 Crowdfunding Boosts BCI companies (continued)4.4 GAP Analysis5.0 Flexible and Printed Electronics5.1 Trends Impacting Flexible and Printed Electronics 5.2 Technology Roadmap for Flexible and Printed Electronics5.3 Key Recent Funding Deals Indicate Focus on Expanding Manufacturing Capabilities5.3 Key Recent Funding Deals Indicate Focus on Expanding Manufacturing Capability (Continued)5.4 Key Investment Profiles: Plastic Logic and Impinj5.5 Key Investment Profiles: Kateeva and Canatu5.6 Gap Analysis5.7 M&A Activity Shows Prominence of Chemical Companies5.8 M&A Activity High for Energy Focused Companies6.0 Assessment of Investment Ecosystem6.1 Government Funding Initiatives6.1 Government Funding Initiatives (continued) 6.1 Government Funding Initiatives (continued)6.2 Innovation Ecosystem Assessment7.0 Analyst Insights and Recommendations7.1 Wearables Development Maximum in the US7.2 Wearables Leads Funding amongst other Technologies7.3 Crowdfunding – How Different Technologies Stack Up?7.4 Growth Opportunities: BCI7.5 Companies to Action8.0 Key Contacts8.1 Key ContactsLegal Disclaimer9.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company and Career9.3 Global Perspective9.4 Industry Convergence9.5 360º Research Perspective9.6 Implementation Excellence9.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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