Electronics and Sensors

The Frost & Sullivan Electronics & Sensors group provides global market analysis and forecasts, insights into emerging technologies, current trends and challenges, and new opportunities to grow your business.
The electronics world is becoming smaller, more compact, sleeker, faster and price-competitive. The pervasiveness of electronics will continue to increase rapidly in walks of life whether medical, aerospace and defense, automotive and ever-present consumer electronics

  1. 29 Dec 2016  |  Global

    Electronic Skin - Advancements and Emerging Opportunities

    Innovations in E-skin Create Opportunities in Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, and Robotics Sectors

    Electronic skin, otherwise known as e-skin or artificial skin is an ultrathin electronic material developed by integrating electronic devices on flexible and stretchable substrates. E-skin is an emerging and an advanced technology which is primarily intended for health monitoring and medical applications, such as measuring and sensing of internal v...

  2. 27 Dec 2016  |  Global

    Future Opportunites for 3D Integrated Circuits

    3D Stacked Memory and 3D MEMS Driving Opportunities in Consumer Electronics and Communication Markets

    3D Integrated Circuit technology enables the development of high performing microchips with small form factor and low-power consumption capability. With the growing demand for miniaturization in industries like consumer electronics and information and communication technology, 3D ICs are actively being considered as the ideal solution. The key requ...

  3. 22 Dec 2016  |  Global

    Innovations in Implantable Electronics

    Neurostimulation and Continuous Glucose Monitoring Drive Growth Opportunities for Implantable Electronics

    The technology and innovation study on implantable electronics captures active implantable medical devices used for support of debilitating function in the human body or to completely replace the function of the diseased organ. The segments covered include: cochlear implants, retinal implants, implantable continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), implan...

  4. 21 Dec 2016  |  Global

    Funding Analysis of Emerging Microelectronics Technologies

    VC Funding and Consumer Interest Generate Growth Opportunities for Wearables

    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 compa...

  5. 30 Sep 2016  |  Global

    Advancements in Nano Sensors (TechVision)

    Nanosensors Poised to Impact Various Industrial Domains

    Nanosensors are nanotechnology based sensing devices which are fabricated using nano materials, nano-sized structures or composites. Nanotechnology in general pertains to the understanding and control of matter at dimensions between approximately 1 and 100 nanometers. A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter. On the whole, any sensor that uses nanos...

  6. 30 Sep 2016  |  Global

    Innovations in Consumer Robotics

    Growth Opportunities for Robots that Assist Us in Our Daily Lives

    Consumer robots have been experiencing significant technology enhancements in the recent years. Robots are destined to play a vital role in transforming everyday lives of humans. Consumer robots can be classified into four main types: • Personal and Educational • Security and Surveillance • Social and Home • Domestic and Tasks Th...

  7. 29 Sep 2016  |  Global

    Developments in Transparent Electronics (TechVision)

    Advanced Materials and Display Technologies Drive Growth Opportunities

    Transparent electronics is actively being pursued as a key technology as it has the ability to revolutionize various converging technologies. Developments in transparent electronics are largely dependent on prime enabling technologies such as the manufacturing process, organic light-emitting diodes (OLED) display technology, and material sciences. ...

  8. Low-power electronics, also known as low-power electronic design, refers to the designing and manufacturing of electronic devices that consume less power. Over the years, the number of transistors on integrated chips has grown exponentially, enabling the production of complex electronic devices that are portable and mobile. However, the existing se...

  9. 18 Aug 2016  |  Global

    Sensors Innovations Transforming Mining (TechVision)

    Increased Opportunities for Health and Safety Sensor

    When it comes to the aspect of change, mining industry is very conservative. Mining operators are hesitant to adopt new solutions because of the fear of losing their jobs. Decisions related to the adoption of innovative technology are taken very cautiously and it is implemented only when it is necessary. So, at present health and safety of the mine...

  10. 10 Aug 2016  |  Global

    Biologics IP – A Strategic Review (TechVision)

    Profiling Patenting Activity of 13 Major Pharma-biotech Companies in the Area of Biologics

    This study provides a strategic overview of the patent activity of the 13 major pharma-biotech companies in the area of biologics. The biologics patent portfolios of these companies were analyzed and segmented by biologics type (e.g., peptides, antibodies, vaccines etc.) and therapeutic area for competitive benchmarking. This study will help pharma...