Technavio has been monitoring the wearable technology market and it is poised to grow by $ 35.48 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 13% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.
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Google’s deal to buy Fitbit is on the ropes. Despite making concessions to appease regulators, competitors say it’s not enough.
But Fitbit isn’t the only wearable tech company that could help Google take the fight to Apple.
We asked analysts to pick out some other companies Google could potentially acquire if the Fitbit deal doesn’t go through – or even if it does.
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We’re approaching a year since Google declared its plan to acquire wearables company Fitbit for $2.1 billion, and the deal still hasn’t closed.
The acquisition has been under intense scrutiny around the world, and right now European regulators are digging deep into the deal. Earlier this week it was reported that the merger could be close to clearing after Google offered some concessions to regulators, but Reuters now reports that rivals say these aren’t enough.
Professor Steve Beeby from the University of Southampton has been awarded a prestigious Chair in Emerging Technologies to pioneer reliable e-textile systems that are invisible to the wearer.
The Electronics and Computer Science professor is one of just eight UK-based researchers to share £22 million of funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
The research will exploit printed active materials, flexible circuit technologies and textile engineering to integrate sensing, electronic and energy harvesting/storage functionality within a single textile.
Professor Beeby, Head of the Smart Electronic Materials and Systems (SEMS) group, says: We all come into contact with textiles every day of our lives – in our clothes, inside our homes and in our cars – which makes fabrics an ideal platform technology that can, for example, monitor our
HONG KONG, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Many big tech companies are now developing smart glasses and AR helmets, hoping that they can replace smartphones one day. Microsoft, Google, and Apple all have their own products. If smart glasses can really replace phones and computers, it will certainly be a huge market.
When Google Glass came out, it was said to have attracted lots of attention. The global attention of science and technology was focused on Google Glass; however, the first battle of Google Glass should be regarded as a failure. Google has launched a new version of business Google Glass, adding a lot of AR programs. The map part of the glass is more user-friendly, since it shows the specific route of the map in the glasses, and the parameters of other behaviors can also be seen.
Instead of glasses, Apple introduced a helmet. Apple plans
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Sep 25, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware MarketStudyReport.com Adds New Report about Global Wearable Technology Market to its database. This research covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The global Wearable Technology market is valued at 27830 million US$ in 2020 is expected to reach 50530 million US$ by the end of 2026, growing at a CAGR of 8.8% during 2021-2026.
Wearable technology, wearables, fashionable technology, wearable devices, tech togs, or fashion electronics are smart electronic devices (electronic device with micro-controllers) that can be incorporated into clothing or worn on the body as implants or accessories. One of the most important factors is technological innovations and advancements, which led to the introduction of new products.
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Older adults who are physically activity are more likely to remain healthy and maintain their independence. Research indicates that self-tracking of physical activity supports healthy living for people of all ages, but older adults have been slower to adopt new technologies like movement trackers. A new project funded by the National Science Foundation will examine how to leverage wearable technology to encourage older adults to be more active.
David Conroy, professor of kinesiology and human development and family studies at Penn State, is collaborating with a team of leading researchers from the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies (iSchool) in this study. The project team is developing innovative wearable technology tailored to track the movements and activities of older adults, age 60 and over. Combined with the development of teachable interfaces, the project aims to enhance the motivation of older adults to engage in physical
Willow, the startup company making a new, wearable, breast pump for women, is capping off a frenetic 2020 with $55 million in fresh funding as it looks to expand its product line to more offerings for new mothers.
The company is coming off a year which saw sales increase, and Laura Chambers, the former eBay and Airbnb manager, take over as chief executive and now, with the new capital, it expects to be bringing new products to market beyond the breast pump in 2021.
A March 2020 report from Frost & Sullivan put the total size of the femtech market, including technologies for mothers, at just over $1 billion with growth rates of 12.9%. So the category is small, but growing quickly as more tools come in to provide services in what is a woefully underinvested sector. Indeed, the $155 million that Willow has raised to date puts the company