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11 Oct 2017  |  Global
Unbundling the Smart City Opportunity
Increased urban penetration coupled with rapid expansion of cities have resulted in a lot more dependence on resources such as water, energy, environment, infrastructure and other basic utilities. This has also resulted in spikes in congestion and pollution. Such stress on city resources has forced government institutions and municipalities to look...
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23 Sep 2016  |  North America
Survey of Solution Providers Offers Insights into Key Global Trends and the Future of Smart Cities
The Smart City movement continues to gain traction, with increasing connectivity and novel solutions joining forces to tackle urbanization's top challenges. As cities undertake Smart City initiatives, solution providers must develop offerings aligned with customer expectations, and city-customers must convey the motivators propelling and restraints...
16 Sep 2016  |  Europe
Comprehensive View of 6 BREXIT Scenarios on Our Future
As Europe battles unequal growth and environmental, economic, social, and political challenges, Britain has chosen to fight its challenges alone. This study puts forth a hypothetical timeline to the events that might unfold in the next five years and examines the potential trade models that may come to reality between Britain and the European Union...
30 Sep 2016  |  Global
Exoskeletons are Set to Play a Critical Role in Future Smart Factories
Most factory environments are characterized by increased worker absenteeism arising from post-related injuries resulting in Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD). This in turn impacts the factory floor, in terms of increased costs arising from unsuitable factory environment, poor productivity and low-quality finished goods. The exoskeleton technology has...
30 Sep 2016  |  Global
Growth in FinTech is Shaping the Future of Invisible Finance & Virtual Banking
The financial services industry is on the brink of disruption, as the use of technology poses a challenge to market players and their existing products and services and associated costs. Thus it is important to revisit one of the oldest industries and re-conceptualize how it will thrive in the future aligning itself to looming social and technologi...
22 Aug 2016  |  Global
What this Means for Business and Economies
There have been significant, positive shifts in the approach to women’s roles in society around the world. More women are now moving to leadership positions, occupying more seats in the boardroom, scaling successful companies, and even making a successful political presence. Women can drive the world’s economy as they represent a growth market ...
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04 Oct 2019  |  Global
Revolutionary Trends Impacting the State of Construction Industry
The construction industry plays a major role in driving economic growth in major developed and developing countries and has a direct impact on world GDP. This makes it important to focus on some of the major shortfalls in the industry, such as its traditional ways of carrying out business and the shortage of skilled labor which has slowed down grow...
16 Apr 2019  |  Global
The Year of 5G, Autonomy, and the Edge
This report looks at global trends set to make an impact in 2019. Every year Frost & Sullivan's Visionary Innovation Team of futurists, consultants, and analysts scans the short-term horizon and looks across industries to identify areas of disruption in the new year. This year, the power of technology and technology companies has emerged as a key t...
11 Jan 2019  |  North America
Analysis of Future Trends and Business Growth Opportunities
Nepal entered a phase of high economic growth of 7.5% in 2016-17, recovering from low economic growth post-earthquake and trade disruption. Nepal is undergoing significant economic transformation, uncovering investment opportunities across a wide array of sectors. The country seeks to sustain the impressive growth rate through increased momentum in...
12 Jun 2019  |  North America
By 2025, there will be over 8 connected devices per human in the world, driving automation and powering the data economy
The study is a detailed forecast of the total number of IoT devices globally. The study is broken out by region: North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. The North American market is broken down between the United States and Canada. Each region is also broken down by application. The study is a combination of ...