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Disruptive Technologies Powering New Age Consumer Electronics (TechVision)

  • ID: 3876694
  • Report
  • September 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 64 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
Transformation in User Experience and Convenience
The technology and innovation report on "New age consumer electronics" covers primarily wearables, smartphones, tablets and laptops, and gaming devices. These devices are getting transformed due to various disruptive technologies that are introducing advanced features. This research service focusses on transformation of consumer electronics by technology and the trends impacting this transformation.

Enabling technologies have been analyzed from various aspects including their ability to spur growth, create new market/business models, and provide competitive advantage. Regional development scenario including key developers and IP Landscape has also been covered. For each disruptive technology, key innovations with high impact potential have been provided. This report also provides a roadmap of the disruptive technologies and its impact on different technologies and applications.

The key disruptive technologies identified and covered in this technology report include:

- Wireless charging
- Flexible batteries
- Smart haptics
- Touchless control
- Display and projection
- Mixed reality
- Advanced sensing
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1 Executive Summary
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Research Methodology
1.2 Research Methodology Explained
1.3 Key Findings

2 Sector Overview
2.1 New Age Consumer Electronics
2.2 Trends Driving New Age Consumer Electronics - IoT, Connected Living, Quantified Self, Smart Homes
2.3 The Role of Technology in Transforming Consumer Electronics - Miniaturization, Functionality, and User Experience
2.4 Strategic Avenues for Growth

3 Technologies Powering New Age Consumer Electronics
3.1 Wireless Charging
3.2 Cord-less Charging Helps Realize Truly Mobile Devices
3.3 Heavy Patent Filing in China Indicates High Market Potential in the Region
3.4 Innovations’ Focus Includes Increase in Range and Power

4 Flexible Batteries
4.1 Flexible Batteries Will Provide High Competitive Advantage to CE Devices
4.2 Major CE OEMs Lead Technology Development
4.3 Key Flexible Battery Innovations with High Impact Potential

5 Touchless Control
5.1 Advanced Voice Processing and Human Gesture Recognition Enabling Consumer-friendly Interfaces
5.2 Majority of Patents Filed Are Intended for Voice Processing and Natural Language Processing
5.3 Key Innovations in Touchless Control with High Impact Potential

6 Smart Haptics
6.1 Smart Haptics to Provide High Competitive Advantage
6.2 APAC to Facilitate Adoption of Smart Haptics in Consumer Electronics
6.3 Mid-air Touch amongst Key Innovation in Smart Haptics

7 Display and Projection
7.1 Pico Projection Can Lead to Disruptive Innovations in Wearables
7.2 APAC Leads Development While NA Provides High Market Opportunity
7.3 Innovations in Flexible Displays to Enable Flexible Smartphones and Wearables

8 Mixed Reality
8.1 A Game-changing Technology Expected to Hit CE Space in the Longer Term
8.2 US Leading Development of Mixed Reality
8.3 Key Innovations in Mixed Reality with High Impact Potential

9 Advanced Sensing
9.1 Advanced Sensing Technologies with High Adoption Potential
9.2 Environmental Sensing, Biosensing, and Professional Imaging Enhance Functionality
9.3 Advanced Sensing - Key Innovations That Indicate Futuristic Sensing Components Are Market Ready

10 Conclusion and Strategic Insights
10.1 Disruptive Impact - Wireless Charging
10.2 Disruptive Impact - Flexible Batteries
10.3 Disruptive Impact - Touchless Control
10.4 Disruptive Impact - Smart Haptics
10.5 Disruptive Impact - Display and Projection
10.6 Disruptive Impact - Mixed Reality
10.7 Disruptive Impact - Advanced Sensing
10.8 Companies to Watch Out For
10.9 Key Questions for Strategy

11 Key Contacts
11.1 Legal Disclaimer
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