Future Wearables in Healthcare - R&D Portfolio Areas and Technology Roadmapping

Expanding Opportunities for Wearable Devices in Diagnostics

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Wearable technologies in healthcare are expected to have key growth opportunities in the next few years driven by factors such as the proliferation of wearables for health and wellness and the need for more data about the current and future condition of individuals and patients. This technology and innovation report provides analysis of key technology innovations and identifies key healthcare wearable device developers in diverse areas such as electronic skin, smart gloves, glucose sweat sensors, wearable stethoscopes, asthma monitoring patches, smart bandages electrocardiogram monitoring, smart clothing. The study also assesses key markets, needs, opportunities, and challenges for healthcare wearable devices.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Research Findings2.0 Technology Landscape – Assessment of Key R&D Portfolio Areas2.1 Non-invasive, Comfort and Personalized Monitoring are the Key Focus of Research2.2 Virtual Reality (VR) and Smart Glasses for Improved Patient Care2.3 Electronic Skin for Tracking Heart Rate2.4 Exoskeletal Smart Glove for Stroke Victims2.5 Wearable Sweat Sensors for Non-invasive Health Monitoring 2.6 Wearable Stethoscope to Measure Vibrations in Human Body2.7 Wrist-worn Glucose and Lactic Acid Trackers for Tracking Blood Sugar 2.8 Patch for Intelligent Asthma Monitoring2.9 Wearable for Monitoring Continuous Medical Electrotrocardiogram2.10 Smart Bandage for Compression Therapy2.11 Graphene Sensors in Smart Clothing2.12 Brain Photobiomodulation Technology for Brain Therapy 2.13 Innovative Eyewear for the Legally Blind2.14 Innovative Wearable for Full Body Scanning3.0 Environmental Analysis: Assessment of Adoption of Healthcare Wearables – Drivers and Challenges3.1 Aging Population Driving Demand for Fitness Trackers3.2 Advancements in Sensor Technology Enabling Clinical Quality Data3.3 Data Storage Capacity and Data Integration Hindering Rapid Proliferation of Wearables in Healthcare Industry 3.4 Low Battery Life-Span of Wearables Leading to User Inconvenience3.5 Strict Regulatory Policies Could Hinder Wide-Scale Adoption of Wearables in Long Term3.6 Protection of User Data a Key Concern for Consumers3.7 Monitoring Complexity and Effective Collaboration between Healthcare Professionals and Consumers3.8 Improvements in Sensing Accuracy and Developments in Effective Disease Management3.9 Chronic Disease Identification and Affordability4.0 Industry Best Practices -- Assessment of Partnerships/Alliances4.1 Enabling Seniors to Track Wellness and Fitness4.2 Wearable Device Standards in Clinical Trials4.3 Remote Monitoring for Improved Diagnosis and Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease4.4 Leveraging Big Data to Transform Healthcare4.5 Improving Connectivity and Interoperability among Healthcare Devices4.6 Fabric-based Wearable as Indicators for Chronic Disease4.7 Digital Health Solutions for Neuromodulation Patients 5.0 R&D Pipeline, Strategic Analysis, and Technology Adoption Assessment5.1 Key Growth Opportunities for Wearables in Healthcare5.2 Technology Adoption Assessment 5.3 Flexibility, Data Management and Accuracy will Determine the Usability of the Wearable5.4 Disease Tracking for Aged People must be Prioritized5.5 Focus on Developing Nations for Providing Vital Healthcare5.6 Technology Roadmap for Healthcare Wearables, 2017-20226.0 Industry Contacts6.1 Key ContactsLegal Disclaimer

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