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Medical-grade devices vs. consumer wearables

Medical-grade devices vs. consumer wearables
  Smartphone ubiquity, sensor miniaturisation, and ease of integration have increased the number of wearable products on the market, to the point where such products are now achieving performance levels suitable for medical use-cases. But how will medical wearables make patients healthier - and why now?
2nd July 2019

The next-gen of sensors and MEMS: what does the future look like?

The next-gen of sensors and MEMS: what does the future look like?
A new momentum from sensor makers responds today to the challenge of global healthcare transformation. According to Jérôme Mouly, Senior Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement, these innovations open the door to new business opportunities for mobile healthcare and emerging non-invasive devices.
10th September 2018

Sensor technologies enable the surgical robot revolution

Sensor technologies enable the surgical robot revolution
  It is now a fact: sensors are step by step changing the medical industry landscape. Such technologies have already reshaped the huge $35bn medical imaging market. But what about the surgical robots market?
1st February 2018


Medical robotics - where business dreams come true

Medical robotics - where business dreams come true
Robotics has a long, colourful history, but its applications have only recently impacted the healthcare industry. Market research and strategy consulting company, Yole Développement, is investigating this domain to identify the evolution of the healthcare industry and its needs and understand the related technology challenges. Yole’s experts has announced a $9.3bn market in 2022 in its new report, medical robotics technology and market analysis. 
4th December 2017

Artificial organs become a reality

Artificial organs become a reality
  After decades of development, artificial organ products are now ready to enter the medical device market. Innovation will solve time, and the problem of shortage of human organ donors. The artificial organ market will be worth $1.3bn in 2017 and its 20% CAGR over the next five years will see it grow to $3.5bn in 2022.
22nd September 2017

The Internet of Medical Things is born

The Internet of Medical Things is born
Having already established itself in the consumer market, the digital revolution and its related IoT concept is rapidly changing health models. Yole Développement’s analysts announce an impressive $9bn market in 2016 with a 16% CAGR between 2016 and 2022. Connected devices are now part of the IoT industry: the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is born. Such developments have been performed in parallel of the numerous technical innovations dedicated to the consumer applications.
7th September 2017


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