The advent of newer and more affordable technology innovations is driving the adoption of home automation and IoT services in India. Examine the key enabling technologies leveraged for creating a connected home ecosystem and future growth opportunities.
Explore the technological advances and insights across non-opioid pharmaceuticals for the management of pain. This research covers key segments like neuropathic pain, migraine, post-surgical pain, cancer pain and chronic pain. Also, assess the emerging innovators and growth drivers.
Many industries around the globe use digitization for decision making and insight generation. Unravel how the complexity of data has made unsupervised learning systems applicable in commercial applications across sectors like automotive, finance, and cybersecurity.
While the title of this article suggests that uncertainty is not a constant, it actually is. But to truly understand the role of innovation, we must first acknowledge that some moments are more uncertain than others: 2020 has clearly demonstrated that reality.
So what is the role of innovation today? How do we remain focused on innovation when times are tough? Should you even try? To tackle these questions, the last one must be addressed first.
Should innovation even be a priority now?
It is incredibly hard to grow, even during good times. Companies struggle with new product success, illustrated by a 95% fail rate. Lack of growth is the No. 1 reason why CEOs are dismissed. Innovation is at the tip of the spear if we consider growth to be a serious and hopefully obvious goal of any company. Innovative employees are a corporation’s equivalent of Navy Seals: precision experts with a mission target and a clear plan for how to execute that mission. Tough times are the perfect catalyst when innovation must be accelerated, given that competitors both known and unknown may be taking their proverbial foot off the gas pedal. During every major economic downturn, Nike doubled down on its R&D investment with great success, strengthening the business and shoring up core markets. The company recognized a growth opportunity and acted, using its innovation culture as the mechanism to move swiftly.
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The increasing demand for high performance in various industries such as consumer electronics, automotive, and others is boosting the growth of conductive materials. This comprehensive research provides an overview of various types of emerging electronically conductive polymers that can potentially replace traditional materials, including metals. It also highlights the technology capabilities and key innovations.
A biosensor is a sensor that uses a biological response material (such as an enzyme) to interact with an analyte and converts it into an electrical signal. Innovations in material technology make the biosensor highly sensitive and highly selective. Use of lightweight materials such as graphene, carbon nanotube and polymers improves biosensor reliability. Healthcare, consumer electronics, automotive and agriculture sectors are likely to have a high impact by leveraging advanced materials in biosensors.
Based on its recent analysis of the North American AI-based digital pathology sector, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Paige with the 2020 North American Enabling Technology Leadership Award for its disruptive product offering. Paige has developed robust machine learning models for computational pathology for detecting cancer subtypes, thereby enhancing the diagnosis capability of pathologists worldwide. Paige’s AI-based technology was developed and tested on over 100,000 de-identified, digitized slide images from more than 16,000 cancer patients.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Opportunities of Autonomous Delivery Robots in Warehouse Management, finds that the global warehouse automation sector is expected to nearly double its size, expanding from $14 billion in 2019 to $27.2 billion by 2025. The automated guided vehicles (AGV) segment is forecast to hit $4.6 billion while the autonomous mobile robot (AMR) segment is expected to reach $6.8 billion. The degree to which the COVID-19 pandemic will impact the industry will vary considerably by region and by vertical sector.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Growth Opportunities for Technical Ceramics, projects the growing demand for a wide variety of goods made of technical ceramics due to rising environmental concerns and stringent regulations by governments, especially in the European region, which further propel innovation and research and development (R&D) efforts in the sector.Read more