Next Generation Sensors for Wearables and Smart Phones (TechVision)

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Sensors for smartphones and wearables are an emerging application for sensor technology manufacturers. Advancement in sensors create opportunities for sensor manufactures to explore a wide range of applications. Increased adoption of smart devices across various industries is encouraging research and development activities in the sensor industry.

Next-generation sensors are poised to influence the smartphones and wearables market. Though increased intelligence, ease of integration, and real-time integration features may drive opportunities, and data privacy and security are key factors that hinder widespread adoption. The technology and innovation report focusses on capturing emerging sensor applications enabled by advanced imaging, chemical, environmental, and biosensing devices and systems.

Key questions addressed in the innovation research service:
What is the current status of sensing technologies in smartphones and wearables?
What are the emerging sensor solutions which can be adopted in smartphones and wearables?
What are the factors influencing adoption of sensors in the smartphone and wearables market?
What are the patent and funding trends?
What are the key innovations propelling R&D in next-generation sensors?
What is the R&D pipeline for next-generation sensors?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings1.4 Key Findings (continued)2.0 Technology Capability2.1 Current Technology Scenario2.2 Motion Sensors – Gyroscope, Gravity Sensors, Accelerometer, and Rotation Vector Sensor2.3 Environment Sensors – Barometer, Light and Air Humidity Sensors2.4 Position Sensors – Orientation, Magnetometer, and Proximity Sensors2.5 Other Types of Sensors – Fingerprint, Pedometer, Image, and Blood/Heart Rate Monitoring Sensors2.6 Next Generation Technologies – Advanced Imaging, Biosensors, Gas/Chemical Sensing, Environment Sensors2.7 Advanced Imaging – Thermal Imaging, 3D Imaging, Image Stabilization, Aperture Development2.8 Advanced Environmental Sensing2.9 Chemical/Gas Sensors – VOC Sensing, Toxic Gas Detection, Breath Analysis, Industrial Emission Monitoring, Explosives Detection 2.10 Biosensors – Telemedicine, Smart Fabrics, Biochemical Detection, and Blood Oxygen Monitoring2.11 Factors Influencing Adoption in Smart Phones – Increased Intelligence, Ease of Integration, Real-time Interactivity, Privacy Issues2.12 Drivers Explained 2.13 Challenges Explained2.14 Driving Factors in Wearables – Miniaturization, Sensor Fusion, Growing End-user Needs2.15 Factors Hindering Adoption in Wearables – Data Accuracy and Security, Lack of Commercial Solutions3.0 Patent Landscape3.1 Global Patent Filing Trends of Wearable Sensors3.2 Country-wise Patent Trends of Wearable Sensor Technologies3.3 Key Patent Holders of Wearable Sensor Technologies3.4 USA is an Emerging Destination for Smartphone Sensors Accounting for Majority of Patent Filings3.5 Patent Trends of Emerging Sensor Technologies in Smartphones and Wearables4.0 Funding Trends4.1 Funding Trends in Wearable Sensors – Miniaturization, Contactless Ability, Reducing Wastage are Key Focus Areas4.2 Funding Trends in Smartphone Sensors – Enhanced Connectivity, Data Accuracy, New Device Technologies are Key Focus Areas5.0 Innovation in Wearable and Smartphone Sensors5.1 Innovation Ecosystem Overview – Government Agencies are Largely Supporting Technology Development and Commercialization5.2 Wearable Touch Sensors for Mobile Computation 5.3 Wearable Device Turns User’s Thumb into Tracking Pad5.4 Detection of Toxic Gases via Smartphones5.5 Analysis of Real-time Changes in Chemical Composition of Sweat5.6 Wearables to Predict and Prevent Asthma Attacks5.7 Sensors for the Detection of Pollution5.8 Sensors which Can Be Embedded under the Screen of Applications5.9 Detection of Alcohol Content in the Blood of the End User5.10 Multimodal Sensing Device for People Affected with Dementia5.11 Wearable Sensors for Military Personnel Tracking without GPS6.0 Technology Roadmap and Strategic Insights6.1 Technologies/Applications Influencing Future Smartphones and Wearable Sensors – Roadmap6.2 Growth Opportunities – Smartphone Sensors6.3 Growth Opportunities – Wearable Sensors6.4 Companies to Watch6.5 Key Questions for Strategy Planning7.0 Key Patents and Industry Contacts7.1 Key Patents – Smartphone Sensors7.1 Key Patents – Smartphone Sensors (continued)7.1 Key Patents – Smartphone Sensors (continued)7.1 Key Patents – Smartphone Sensors (continued)7.2 Key Patents – Wearable Sensors7.2 Key Patents – Wearable Sensors (continued)7.2 Key Patents – Wearable Sensors (continued)7.2 Key Patents – Wearable Sensors (continued)7.3 Industry Contacts 7.3 Industry Contacts (continued)Legal Disclaimer8.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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