(Tuesday) 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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The convergence of emerging technologies with other advanced solutions is driving powerful innovations that will generate multi-billion dollar markets and new growth opportunities across the globe. However, identifying the right
The convergence of emerging technologies with other advanced solutions is driving powerful innovations that will generate multi-billion dollar markets and new growth opportunities across the globe. However, identifying the right technologies to focus on can be costly, complex and time-intensive.
TechVision’s annual Top 50 Emerging Technologies research is an extraordinary and comprehensive analysis of the most disruptive technologies that will impact multiple industries, applications, and regions. These technologies are distributed across nine key clusters and represent the bulk of R&D and innovation activity today. Each cluster consists of a unique group of game-changing technologies that are attracting huge investments, powering cutting-edge developments, and driving the creation of new products and services through convergence.
Key benefits of attending this webinar:
- Discover the most valuable technologies poised to impact the world over the next 12-18 months, including autonomous mobile robots, hyperspectral imaging, digital biomarkers and therapeutics, solid-state battery and Flash LiDAR.
- Gain insights into the technology advancements made over the past year as a result of constantly churning tech ecosystems and how to capitalize on them to drive positive outcomes.
- Understand the key growth opportunities, financing and new business models in trending technologies such as intelligent medical triage, robotics exoskeletons, cognitive radio, and more.
- Get a first-hand look at Frost & Sullivan’s comprehensive, proprietary TechVision platform, which includes strategic analysis tools such as Macro Technology Cluster Comparison and Technology Benchmarking, as well as Technical Insights, including IP activity and regional implications.