The insight delivers decisive strategic guidance and enables stakeholders to initiate transformational growth
LONDON – 23 March, 2017 – Frost & Sullivan’s global emerging technology, innovation and convergence practice, TechVision, is launching its 2017 analysis of the top 50 technologies that will energize industries and transform the world. These 50 disruptive technologies, identified using a proprietary innovation index methodology, have the maximum potential to fuel global innovation, spawn novel products and business models, and drive commercial growth.
Each of the technologies detailed in the analysis Top 50 Emerging Technologies: Spawning Growth Opportunities of Strategic Imperative represents an area of amplified R&D, intensified investments, increased IP activity, and tremendous market potential. The inevitable convergence of several of these technologies opens up unprecedented opportunities for new revenue models, as well as the next generation of innovative products and solutions.
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“These top 50 technologies are like beacons that will guide the strategic moves of innovation-focused organizations and professionals in the next six to eighteen months. This annual flagship research from the TechVision team is the perfect vade mecum for strategic decisions on investments, market entry and growth,” notes Rajiv Kumar, Frost & Sullivan Senior Partner and Global Head of TechVision.
Key highlights of this analysis include:
- Comprehensive Coverage of Innovation Epicenters through nine Technology Clusters, namely microelectronics; information and communication technologies; health and wellness, medical devices and imaging; sensors and instrumentation; chemicals and advanced materials; advanced manufacturing and automation; environment and sustainability; and energy and utilities, that represent the core of R&D and innovation activity today
- In-Depth Strategic Analysis of all 50 emerging technologies, including but not limited to, Mixed Reality, Immune Engineering, Tactile Imaging, ADAS, Smart Glass, EOR, Off-grid Desalination, Nano 3D Printing, Self-healing Materials, Biosensors, Wearables
- All-inclusive Distinctive Insights enabled by the daily research focus spread across numerous technologies, countries, organizations, applications, and industries
- Unique Value Proposition for stakeholders as the study details the innovation ecosystem, new business models and applications, IP landscape and trends, technology movers and shakers, addressable market potential over the next five years, financing trends, as well as diffusion and adoption of innovation across regions
Frost & Sullivan’s global TechVision practice is focused on technology innovations, disruptions, and convergence and provides a variety of technology opportunity engines, real-time technology tracking, as well as growth consulting services. Its premier offering, the Emerging Technologies Service (ETS) program, identifies and evaluates the most valuable emerging global technologies enabling products with near-term potential. A unique feature of the ETS program is the annual selection of Top 50 technologies that define the global innovation landscape and promise a huge market potential. Learn more about TechVision by clicking on the following link: https://goo.gl/CPII9M
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