DUBLIN, Sept. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Wireless Body Sensor Networks: Technologies, Applications, Markets and Prospects" report to their offering.
The convergence of new measurement technologies, patient demographics and managed care cost initiatives is driving the development of wireless body sensor networks WBSNs) that are being designed to enable patient monitoring for a number of conditions. In the process, remote and/or ambulatory patient monitoring has the potential to transition from a niche industry into a significant market.
The key enabler of this significant shift will be technological advances that will provide accurate readings, clearly indicating when caregiver intervention is needed. Ultimately, the success of this market will rely on monitors that can provide accurate values for the markers and parameters that are associated with health risk.
- Provides detailed analysis of Wireless Body Sensor Network enabling technology and examines WBSNs in commercial development.
- Analyzes WBSN demand drivers and evaluates near-term market segments.
- Examines technology design factors and commercial development issues.
- Profiles market participants, their product development activities, business strategies, and corporate alliances and affiliations.
- Assesses market segment adoption criteria and product capability positioning.
- Evaluates the impact of economic, technology, and regulatory factors.
Key Topics Covered:
The Market Opportunity
- Market Evolution
- Enabling Technology
- Demand Drivers
- Risk Factors
Commercial Technology and Design Factors
- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Other Networks
- Sensors and Nodes
- Data Collection
- Hardware Platforms
- Berekely Motes
- Design Factors
- Power Consumption and Optimization
- Data Synchronization
- Wireless Body Area Network Projects
NearTerm Applications for Wireless BSN Monitors
- Metabolic Conditions
Markets for Remote Patient Monitors
- Clinical Care Acute Care Patient Monitoring
- Assisted Living
- Home Health Care
- Ambulatory Patient Monitoring
WBAN NearTerm Product Development
- Abuse Detection
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Parkinson's Disease
- Physical Activity
- Vital Signs
- Technology, IP and Innovation
- Collaborations and Alliances
- Security and Safety
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