Impact of Wearable Technology on the Global Energy Sector, 2017

Investment in Wearables Drives Efficiency Gains for the Energy Sector

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This insight provides an overview of the key technology trends, growth potential, use cases in the energy ecosystem, and major innovators in the industrial wearable domain. A comprehensive overview of the use cases for wearable in energy with potential problems and how wearable can address the shortcomings with application benefits has been analyzed. In addition, a comprehensive market analysis of the key companies working on industrial wearables with their product description has been provided. Wearable technologies offer significant growth opportunities with advancements in the technology as well as innovate business models. Currently, there is a lack of awareness about utilization of the right wearable techn

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the main growth opportunities for wearables in the Utilities and other similar sectors?
  • What are the main implications of the wearable in the Energy Value Chain?
  • What are the key emerging innovation themes and who is driving these innovations?
  • What are the different business models developed by the market participants?
  • What are the problems and barriers for adoption of wearable in energy and the potential solutions?
  • What are the key strategic imperatives for Wearable technologies in Energy?

Table of Contents

Impact of Wearable Technology on the Global Energy Sector, 2017Executive SummaryImpact of Wearable Technology on the Energy SectorImpact of Wearable Technology on the Energy Sector (continued)Impact of Wearable Technology on the Energy Sector (continued)Impact of Wearable Technology on the Energy Sector—Technology LifecycleTechnology Trends and Business ModelsEvolution of Sensory Tracking TechnologyKey Technology TrendsAdvances in Technology—Voice and TouchAdvances in Technology—Visual, Gesture and Emotion, and ThoughtComputational Pathway ComponentsIntelligent Personal AssistantsEnergy Use CasesUse Case 1: Google Glass—Installation and Maintenance of Solar PanelsUse Case 1: Google Glass—Installation and Maintenance of Solar Panels (continued)Use Case 2: IBM Watson—Improving Worker SafetyUse Case 2: IBM Watson—Improving Worker Safety (continued)Use Case 3: SolePower Smart Boots—Harnessing Waste EnergySolePower Smart BootsUse Case 4: Wearable PatchesUse Case 4: Wearable Patches (continued)Use Case 5: Ubimax—Improving Employee ProductivityUse Case 5: Ubimax—Improving Employee Productivity (continued)Use Case 6: Daqri Smart Helmets + IBM MaximoUse Case 6: Daqri Smart Helmets + IBM Maximo (continued)Growth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—Business ModelsGrowth Opportunity 2—Innovations in Current OfferingsKey Companies Working on Industrial WearablesKey Companies Working on Industrial Wearables (continued)Key Companies Working on Industrial Wearables (continued)Strategic Imperatives for Wearable Technologies in the Energy SectorKey ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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