Smart Pills and Ingestible Sensors - Future Tech TOE

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This Future Tech TOE depicts trends across smart pills and ingestible sensors. Endoscopic imaging, real-time sensing, targeted drug delivery, and surgery appear as the key applications and areas of growth. Drivers and challenges, convergence of innovation, global adoption, intellectual property trends and market support are also illustrated. The corresponding patent scenario is depicted along with the industry interactions.The Future Tech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures emerging innovations in research and development, or profile existing technologies which have seen a resurgence in terms of new markets and applications. It usually provides a technology overview, drivers, challenges, research and

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Smart Pills and Ingestible Sensors - Future Tech TOETechnology SnapshotIntroduction to Smart Pills and Ingestible SensorsSmart Pills – Segmented by ApplicationsOverview of Growth Drivers and ChallengesAnalysis of Key Growth DriversAnalysis of Key Growth ChallengesImpact of Technology Convergence on InnovationKey Innovators and ParticipantsOverview of Global Adoption Overview of Market SupportSummary and Key TakeawaysIP Landscape AnalysisIP SnapshotIP Snapshot (continued)Key Patents to Check OutKey Patents to Check Out (continued)Key Patents to Check Out (continued)Key Industry ParticipantsKey Contacts




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