Previsiones de tecnología portátil 2023-2033: IDTechEx

The wearables market will reach US$161bn by 2033.

Previsiones de tecnología portátil 2023-2033

Una revisión exhaustiva de las oportunidades de mercado en todos los dispositivos electrónicos portátiles, desde relojes inteligentes hasta parches cutáneos, AR, VR y MR hasta dispositivos auditivos, ropa inteligente y gafas inteligentes y más.

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Wearable Technology Forecasts 2023-2033 is the culmination of IDTechEx's research in wearable technology over the past decade. The report contains granular 10-year market forecasts of the wearables industry, consisting of 45 forecast lines across five key wearable technology sectors: wrist-worn wearables (smartwatches), hearables, AR and VR headsets, electronic skin patches and smart clothing. The objective behind this report was to provide as much insight and data on the wearables market, and thus it includes historic revenue and sales volume data back to 2013 and market forecasts from 2023-2033.
IDTechEx's report provides granular forecasts of the wearable technology market. Source IDTechEx
Wearable technology has undergone a turbulent journey, with the wearables market experiencing a meteoric rise in hype, accompanied by billions of dollars of funding, tens of thousands of new patents filed, thousands of new companies, and hundreds of billions of dollars of new revenue generated. This report details the significant success that wearable technology products have seen in the last decade, with a total market worth over US$81bn in 2022, having now tripled in terms of annual revenue since 2014. Key growth areas over the past 10 years include smartwatches, true wireless stereo headphones, and continuous glucose monitoring skin patches among others.
Wearable Technology Forecasts 2023-2033 looks at each sector of the wearables market in detail, providing assessments and market data across key players, technologies, and themes. In assessing 45 separate product types, the IDTechEx report is unique in its breadth of coverage across all wearable electronic products. The report is developed for players throughout the value chain for these products, from materials and component suppliers, to integrators and manufacturers, to OEMs and end users, and finally to investors, policy makers and regulators. It serves as a resource to provide the latest market data across each of these broad market sectors, backed up by a decade of historic data for reference, and with accompanying discussion of key trends and market forecasts.
The best way to prepare for what will come next in the wearables market is to learn the lessons of history and to track the key innovation, product and market trends which exist in each of the product areas within this diverse product category. The report addresses the broad spectrum of wearable products by addressing each sub-sector in its own dedicated chapter. These chapters provide the key summaries and overviews from their own separate research reports, representing thousands of companies that have been covered and hundreds of interviews over the last decade. Sitting as the flagship report on top of IDTechEx's extensive body of work, Wearable Technology Forecasts 2023-2033 summarizes the latest and critical information about each of these industries to provide a full overview of the entire space.
Key trends assessed in the report include:
  • The smartwatch market continues to increase its focus on wellness and healthcare, with several players progressing towards medical metrics such as blood pressure in the not-so-distant future.
  • While true wires stereo headphones capture 55% of the hearables market, recent approval for over-the-counter hearing aid products in 2022 presents an opportunity for market expansion.
  • Ongoing investment into the development of AR hardware now sees early product types commercialized, with many targeting the assistive technology market as a precursor to a bigger play for a chunk of the metaverse market.
  • Healthcare and wellness continue to be major markets for electronic skin patches, with the COVID-19 pandemic driving up interest for applications such as decentralized clinical trials
  • Smart clothing, made from e-textiles, is a compelling form factor for biometric monitoring, but faces increasing competition in cardiac monitoring from smartwatches and electronic skin patches
IDTechEx's wearable technology reports and subscriptions have been used by hundreds of companies since the first report launched nearly a decade ago. This report acts as the broadest summary of all the major trends in wearable technology.
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Historic Data2013 - 2022
CAGRThe global market for wearable technology will reach $161 billion by 2033. This represents a CAGR of 6% compared with 2023.
Forecast Period2023 - 2033
Forecast UnitsRevenue (USD), Volume (Units), Price (USD)
Regions CoveredWorldwide
Segments CoveredSmartwatches & fitness trackers; virtual, augmented and mixed reality (VR, AR & MR); hearables; smart clothing & e-textiles; electronic skin patches; other wearable products
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Table of Contents
1.1.Introduction to wearable technology and report scope
1.2.Industry Overview
1.3.How can technology be made 'wearable'?
1.4.What does wearable technology do?
1.5.What is the most important value proposition for all wearable technology?
1.6.What are the target markets and applications of wearable technology
1.7.Global challenges facing the modern consumer
1.8.Specific drivers for wearable adoption and innovation
1.9.Future trends in wearable technology innovation segmented by core function
1.10.Overall wearable technology roadmap, segmented by function
1.11.Market Outlook
1.12.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
1.13.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts: Market share by device type 2023-2033
1.14.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts 2023-2033
1.15.Roadmap of market trends for wrist-worn wearables broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
1.16.Outlook and conclusions for wrist-worn wearables
1.17.Roadmap of market trends for hearables broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
1.18.Outlook and conclusions for hearables
1.19.Timeline of modern VR
1.20.VR Outlook and Conclusions: Change is underway after a period of slowdown
1.21.AR headsets as a replacement for other smart devices
1.22.AR Outlook and conclusions: AR success remains tough to achieve
1.23.Roadmap of market trends for skin-patches broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
1.24.Outlook and conclusions for skin patches
1.25.Roadmap of market trends for smart clothing and accessories broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
1.26.Conclusions for smart clothing: biometric monitoring
1.27.Conclusions for wearable accessories
1.28.Overview of wearable technology granular forecasts and historic data
2.1.Chapter overview
2.1.1.Introduction to wearable technology and report scope
2.1.2.How can technology be made 'wearable'?
2.1.3.What does wearable technology do?
2.1.4.What is the most important value proposition for all wearable technology?
2.1.5.What are the target markets and applications of wearable technology
2.2.Wearable Sensors
2.2.1.Overview of wearable sensor types
2.2.2.Overview of biometrics accessible through wearable sensors
2.2.3.Roadmap of wearable sensor technology segmented by key biometrics (1)
2.2.4.Roadmap of wearable sensor technology segmented by key biometrics
2.3.Wearable Actuators
2.3.1.Overview of wearable actuator technology and applications
2.3.2.Introduction to electrical stimulation
2.3.3.Differentiation of electrical stimulation
2.3.4.Application of NMES/EMS
2.3.5.The emerging market for wearable therapy is poorly regulated
2.3.6.Wearable batteries, displays and communication systems
2.3.7.An opportunity for Li-ion battery alternatives for wearable technology
2.3.8.Trends in wearable display technology
2.3.9.Overview of wireless technologies for wearable communications
2.4.Opportunities and challenges for the wearable technology industry
2.4.1.Global challenges facing the modern consumer
2.4.2.Wearable sensor innovation is driving interest in health
2.4.3.Specific drivers for wearable adoption and innovation
2.4.4.Reimbursement drives commercialization strategy for medical wearables
2.4.5.Healthcare applications of wearables face privacy and data utility challenges
2.4.6.Future trends in wearable technology innovation segmented by core function
2.4.7.What determines which wearables are adopted and where are the opportunities?
2.4.8.Industry challenges: wearables are a luxury consumers struggle to afford
2.4.9.Overall wearable technology roadmap, segmented by function
3.1.Wrist-worn wearable: chapter overview
3.2.Overview of wrist-worn technology
3.2.1.Introduction to wrist-worn wearables
3.2.2.Timeline and value evolution of wrist-worn wearables
3.2.3.What is the difference between fitness trackers, sports-watches and smart-watches
3.3.Wrist-worn Technology: Sensing
3.3.1.Sensing at the wrist: activity tracking (1)
3.3.2.Sensing at the wrist: activity tracking (2)
3.3.3.Sensing at the wrist: advanced biometrics
3.3.4.Sensing at the wrist: advanced biometrics from activity monitoring sensors - blood oxygen and respiration rate
3.3.5.Sensing at the wrist: advanced biometrics from established sensor hardware - ECG and temperature
3.3.6.Sensing at the wrist: advanced biometrics - blood pressure
3.3.7.Calibration free solutions demonstrated at CES 2023 still pursue FDA clearance
3.3.8.Sensing at the wrist : market outlook and technology readiness of wearable blood pressure
3.3.9.Sensing at the wrist: advanced biometrics - 'clinic on the wrist' via spectroscopy
3.3.10.Sensing at the wrist: near-infrared spectroscopy faces challenges from overlapping bands
3.3.11.Sensing at the wrist: non-invasive glucose monitoring has limited potential
3.3.12.Sensing at the wrist: minimally invasive glucose monitoring with a skin patch
3.3.13.Communication at the wrist: convenient and continuous smart-phone access
3.3.14.The commoditization of fitness trackers and the dominance of smart-watches
3.3.15.Traditional and designer watch makers are adding 'smart' product lines to protect their market share
3.3.16.Consumer trends: smart-straps could take control in the meta-verse
3.3.17.Consumer trends: driver monitoring could incorporate smart-watch biometrics
3.4.Wrist-worn technology: Actuating
3.4.1.Overview of actuating at the wrist
3.4.2.Actuating at the wrist: electrical stimulation for nausea
3.4.3.Wearable actuating: Thermoelectric cooling at the wrist for hot flushes
3.4.4.Actuating at the wrist: light therapy for pain relief
3.4.5.Actuating at the wrist: mm-wave stimulation for chronic pain
3.4.6.Could the high-value problem in proving the efficacy of pain relief be solved stress sensors?
3.5.Wrist-worn wearables: Key players
3.5.1.Wrist worn technology: Key players segmented by application
3.5.2.Comparing the market share of wrist-worn wearable players
3.5.3.Comparing key smart-watch players and global pressures on the sector
3.5.4.Factions of the healthcare market leverages the popularity of wrist-worn devices for 'BYOD' business models
3.6.Sector Summary
3.6.1.Roadmap of market trends for wrist-worn wearables broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
3.6.2.Wrist-worn wearables - SWOT analysis
3.6.3.Outlook and Conclusions
4.1.Hearables: chapter overview
4.2.Overview of Hearable Technology
4.2.1.Introduction to hearables
4.2.2.The main technology themes within hearables
4.2.3.Timeline and value evolution of ear-worn wearables
4.3.Hearable technology: Audio and Hearing assistance
4.3.1.Headphones product categories: This report
4.3.2.Hearing assistance technology, product types overview
4.3.3.The prevalence of hearing loss
4.3.4.Hearing assistance technology, product examples
4.3.5.Traditional hearing assistance devices
4.3.6.Historic data: Hearing assistance sales volumes
4.3.7.Opportunities to address in each hearables sector
4.3.8.A timeline towards OTC hearing aids (1)
4.3.9.A timeline towards OTC hearing aids (2): The impact of COVID-19, and implementation in 2022
4.3.10.Over the counter hearing aids highlighted at CES 2023
4.4.Hearable technology: Biometric Monitoring
4.4.1.From the wrist to the ear: Placement of wearable sensors
4.4.2.Biometric monitoring in hearables has historically been a niche market compared to hearing support
4.4.3.Summary of sensing options in the ear
4.4.4.Timeline for commercialisation
4.4.5.First market tests for HRM in sports headphones
4.4.6.Hearing aids with biometric monitoring have high interest but longer regulatory processes
4.4.7.Towards more advanced sensing options
4.4.8.Advantages and limitations for blood pressure hearables.
4.4.9.Sleep market for EEG in competition with the wider sleep-tech sector
4.4.10.Hearable EEG for seizure prediction closing in on FDA approval
4.4.11.Emotional state monitoring in consumer hearables as an opportunity for marketeers
4.4.12.Ear computers could enable the next revolution in brain computer interfacing and healthcare
4.4.13.How quickly will biometric sensors be introduced?
4.5.Hearable technology: Key players
4.5.1.Key hearable technology players segmented by application
4.5.2.Players: Hearing assistance
4.5.3.Players: OTC hearing aids
4.5.4.Players: Smart feature integration (voice assistant, spatial audio, "AI", etc.)
4.5.5.Players: Biometrics
4.6.Hearable technology: Sector Summary
4.6.1.Roadmap of market trends for hearables broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
4.6.2.Ear worn wearables (hearables) - SWOT analysis
4.6.3.Outlook and Conclusions
5.1.VR and AR headsets: chapter overview
5.2.Overview of AR and VR technology
5.2.1.Timeline and value evolution of smart eye-wear
5.2.2.What are VR, AR, MR and XR?
5.2.3.The definition of MR is changing
5.2.4.Classification of VR and AR headsets
5.2.5.Established applications in VR and AR
5.2.6.Controllers and sensing connect AR and VR devices to the environment and the user
5.2.7.Summary: Positional and motion tracking for XR
5.3.VR Technology
5.3.1.Introduction to VR
5.3.2.Types of VR headset: PC, standalone, smartphone/mobile
5.3.3.Timeline of modern VR
5.3.4.The future of VR
5.3.5.VR still has technical challenges to overcome
5.4.AR Technology
5.4.1.Introduction to AR and MR devices
5.4.2.What makes an AR device MR-capable?
5.4.3.AR applications in 2023 vs. 2033
5.4.4.The hype around AR for assistive technology is growing
5.4.5.Consumer AR devices face tough competition
5.4.6.AR headsets as a replacement for other smart devices
5.4.7.AR: Outlook by device type
5.4.8.AR: Outlook by computing type
5.5.Overview of optics technology for AR and VR
5.5.1.Intro to optics for AR and VR
5.5.2.The VR Optics Technology Landscape
5.5.3.Status and market potential of VR lens technology
5.5.4.The future of VR displays
5.5.5.The AR Optics Technology Landscape
5.5.6.Optical Combiners: The Heart of AR Devices
5.5.7.Status and market potential of optical combiners
5.6.Key players
5.6.1.The future of AR displays
5.6.2.The "metaverse": the next big thing for XR?
5.6.3.Comparing XR headset OEMs
5.6.4.Everyone wants a chunk of the metaverse: Big Tech entry into the AR market
5.6.5.Microsoft AR and the HoloLens 2: what went wrong?
5.6.6.Meta's Quest Pro and a new category of VR device
5.7.Sector Summary
5.7.1.Lessons for consumer XR success
5.7.2.VR and AR headsets: state of the market in 2023
5.7.3.SWOT: VR and AR (1)
5.7.4.SWOT: VR and AR (2)
5.7.5.VR Outlook and Conclusions: Change is underway after a period of slowdown
5.7.6.AR Outlook and conclusions: AR success remains tough to achieve
6.1.Skin patches: chapter overview
6.1.1.Defining electronic skin patches
6.2.Overview of electronic skin patches
6.2.1.Benefits of electronic skin patches as a form factor
6.2.2.Skin patch - applications overview
6.2.3.Other applications: temperature, electrical stimulation, iontophoresis and sweat sensing
6.2.4.Skin patch applications overview
6.2.5.Timeline and value evolution of electronic skin patches
6.2.6.Beyond glucose, what else can skin patches detect?
6.2.7.Market push and pull drivers for electronic skin patches
6.3.Diabetes management
6.3.1.Introduction to diabetes management
6.3.2.Electronic skin patches for diabetes management increase patient comfort
6.3.3.Diabetes management device roadmap: Glucose sensors
6.3.4.Skin patches for sensing glucose (1)
6.3.5.Skin patches for sensing glucose (2)
6.3.6.Accuracy of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices over time
6.3.7.Glucose monitoring technology for the professional sport market
6.3.8.Lactose monitoring to become a niche subset of the glucose monitoring market
6.3.9.Conclusions for continuous glucose monitors
6.3.10.Diabetes management device roadmap: Insulin delivery
6.3.11.Key points for diabetes management devices: insulin delivery
6.4.Cardiac rhythm monitoring
6.4.1.ECG monitoring pain points that skin patches solve
6.4.2.Wearable electrodes enable skin patches for cardiac monitoring
6.4.3.Cardiac monitoring skin patches: device types
6.4.4.Cardiac monitoring device types - skin patches
6.4.5.Key points for cardiac monitoring: Holter, mobile cardiac telemetry & event monitor
6.5.General patient monitoring and temperature sensing
6.5.1.Application potential for general purpose devices
6.5.2.Adding blood pressure to the biometrics available for general monitoring in skin patches
6.5.3.Key points for general vital sign monitoring
6.5.4.Temperature sensing has value on its own, or within a general-purpose device.
6.5.5.Conclusions for temperature monitoring skin patches
6.6.Other skin patch technology
6.6.1.Overview of other skin patch technology
6.6.2.Outlook for other electronic skin patch technology: pre-existing smaller markets
6.6.3.Outlook for other electronic skin patch technology: research and low TRL stage devices
6.6.4.Outlook for other electronic skin patch technology: research and low TRL stage devices
6.7.Key players
6.7.1.Electronic skin patches in diabetes management: key players company profiles
6.7.2.Cardiac rhythm monitoring skin patches: key players and product types
6.7.3.Other sensing and actuating skin patch companies
6.8.Sector Summary
6.8.1.Roadmap of market trends for skin-patches broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
6.8.2.Electronic Skin Patches - SWOT analysis
6.8.3.Outlook and Conclusions
7.1.Smart clothing (e-textiles and accessories): chapter overview
7.1.1.E-Textiles: Where textiles meet electronics
7.2.Overview of E-Textile Technology
7.2.1.Examples of e-textile smart-clothing products
7.2.2.Strategies for creating textile-integrated electronics
7.2.3.How can e-textiles be made?
7.2.4.Materials usage in e-textiles (I)
7.2.5.Materials usage in e-textiles (II)
7.2.6.The four key application categories of e-textiles
7.3.Biometric monitoring
7.3.1.Biometric monitoring in e-textiles: introduction
7.3.2.Biometric monitoring through e-textiles for wellness and fitness
7.3.3.Heart rate monitoring for healthcare
7.3.4.Sports & Fitness: Key product characteristics
7.3.5.Efforts from the largest apparel brands
7.3.6.Biometric monitoring in smart-footwear
7.3.7.Gait monitoring is the primary application for smart footwear
7.3.8.Side-effect management for diabetes
7.4.1.Textile heating: introduction
7.4.2.Textile heating: technological progression
7.4.3.Main textile heating product types
7.4.4.Heated motorcycle jackets
7.4.5.Heated clothing value chain
7.4.6.Heated clothing for sports and outdoor activities
7.4.7.Heated textiles for workwear and safety PPE
7.5.Lighting and Other
7.5.1.Textile lighting: introduction
7.5.2.Mass market fashion with textile lighting
7.5.3.Safety lighting using e-textiles
7.5.4.Motion capture in animation
7.5.5.Motion capture for AR/VR
7.5.6.Haptic suits using e-textiles
7.5.7.Assistive clothing
7.6.Key players
7.6.1.Smart clothing for heating: players by targeted application
7.6.2.Smart clothing for biometrics: breakdown by target applications and business model
7.6.3.Smart clothing players: breakdown by biometric parameters monitored
7.7.Wearable Accessories
7.7.1.Introduction to wearable accessories
7.7.2.Chest straps for heart-rate monitoring
7.7.3.Chest-straps for wearable cameras and assistive technology
7.7.4.Smart rings for sleep monitoring and fertility tracking
7.7.5.Smart helmets for worker safety and motorcyclists
7.7.6.Mouth guards for concussion monitoring
7.7.7.Headbands for audio, sleep monitoring and novelty toys
7.7.8.Head-sets for light therapy
7.7.9.Neck coolers and air purifiers for challenging environments
7.8.Sector Summary
7.8.1.Roadmap of market trends for smart clothing and accessories broken down by sector (consumer, sport, medical and enterprise)
7.8.2.SWOT analysis: smart clothing for biometric monitoring
7.8.3.SWOT analysis: smart clothing for heating and lighting
7.8.4.Conclusions for smart clothing: biometric monitoring
7.8.5.Conclusions for smart clothing: heating
7.8.6.Conclusions for smart clothing: lighting
7.8.7.Wearable accessories: SWOT analysis
7.8.8.Wearable accessories: SWOT analysis
7.8.9.Conclusions for wearable accessories
8.1.Forecast methodology and assumptions
8.2.Summary of forecasts by form-factor
8.3.Wearable Technology Forecasts: Industry Overview
8.3.1.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.3.2.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts: Market share by device type 2023-2033
8.3.3.Wearable Technology Market Forecasts 2023-2033
8.3.4.Wearable Technology CAGRs segmented by form factor
8.3.5.Wearable Technology Forecasts - Comparing Market Size and CAGR
8.4.Wrist-Worn Technology Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.4.1.Wrist-Worn Technology: Historic Data
8.4.2.Wrist-Worn Technology Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.4.3.Wrist-Worn Technology forecasts discussion
8.4.4.Wrist-Worn Technology: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.5.Hearable Technology Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.5.1.Hearable Technology: Historic Data
8.5.2.Hearable Technology Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.5.3.Hearable Technology Forecasts discussion
8.5.4.Hearable Technology: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.5.5.Hearable Technology: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.5.6.Hearable Technology: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.6.Augmented and Virtual Reality Technology Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.6.1.Augmented and Virtual Reality: Historic Data
8.6.2.Augmented and Virtual Reality Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.6.3.Virtual reality forecasts discussion (1)
8.6.4.Virtual reality forecasts discussion (2)
8.6.5.Augmented reality forecasts discussion (1)
8.6.6.Augmented reality forecasts discussion (2)
8.6.7.Augmented and Reality Technology: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.7.Electronic Skin Patch Technology Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.7.1.Electronic Skin Patches: Historic Data
8.7.2.Electronic Skin Patches Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.7.3.CGM forecasts discussion
8.7.4.Patch pumps forecasts discussion
8.7.5.Electronic Skin Patches Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.7.6.Cardiac rhythm management skin patches discussion
8.7.7.General patient monitoring and temperature skin patches discussion
8.7.8.Electronic Skin Patches: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.7.9.Electronic Skin Patches: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.8.Smart Clothing and E-Textile Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.8.1.Smart Clothing (E-Textiles): Historic Data
8.8.2.Smart Clothing (E-Textiles) Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.8.3.Smart Clothing (E-Textiles) discussion
8.8.4.Smart Clothing (E-Textiles): Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.9.Wearable Accessories and Other Forecasts (2023-2033)
8.9.1.Wearable Accessories and Other Market Forecasts: Annual Revenue 2023-2033
8.9.2.Wearable Accessories and Other Forecasts discussion
8.9.3.Wearable Accessories: Revenue, Price and Volume Forecasts (2023-2033)
9.1.Company Profiles
9.1.5.Biobeat Technologies
9.1.9.Bosch Sensortec (Wearable Sensors)
9.1.11.Cambridge Mechatronics
9.1.13.Conductive Transfers
9.1.15.Deep Optics
9.1.18.Distal Reality
9.1.20.Epicore Biosystems
9.1.21.EPS BioTechnology Corp / EasyMax Diabetes Care
9.1.29.Jade Bird Display
9.1.30.KEMET: Flexible Haptic Actuators
9.1.31.Know Labs
9.1.39.Mira Reality
9.1.48.Remedee Labs
9.1.50.Schott AG: Augmented/Mixed Reality Operations
9.1.52.Seers Technology
9.1.53.Sensing Tex
9.1.56.Swave Photonics
9.1.58.Tonus — Soft Robotics and Wearable Garment Start-up
9.1.59.TriLite Technologies
9.1.60.TruLife Optics
9.1.61.University of Coimbra (Stretchable Electronics)
9.1.65.Walk With Path
9.1.66.Wearable Devices Ltd.
9.1.69.Withings Health Solutions
9.2.Event Summaries
9.2.1.CES 2023 - Wearables and Digital Health
9.2.2.CES 2023 - Augmented and Virtual Reality
9.2.3.MEDICA 2022: General Trends in Healthcare
9.2.4.Medical Wearables 2022
9.2.5.CEA-Leti Innovation Days 2022: Healthcare Technology
9.2.6.TechConnect 2022: Event Summary

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