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Digital Innovations Creating an Immersive Environment for Health Monitoring

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Digital Innovations Creating an Immersive Environment for Health Monitoring
Published: September 28, 2018 Content info: 45 Pages
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Innovations for a Connected Health Ecosystem

A digital ecosystem in which sensors play a central role, particularly the use of micro- and nano-sensors that can detect a host of biological, organic and inorganic substances, and communicate their detection to a smartphone or a communication system in real-time. This would enable a seamless digital world in which detection of particulate matter which could be potentially harmful can be detected accurately and quickly so that due action can be taken. TechVision's latest medical devices report scans the innovation landscape pertaining to digital technologies. This report analyzes the advances made in these technology areas, and how they are collectively propelling medical diagnostics and health monitoring forward.

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Product Code: D846

Table of Contents

1.0. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Scope of the Research
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.2. Research Methodology (Continued)
  • 1.3. Key Findings

2.0. EMERGING TRENDS AND APPLICATIONS

  • 2.1. Envisioning a Digital Ecosystem for Patient MonitoringEnabling Health & Wellness Monitoring Through a Digital Medium
  • 2.2. Internet of Medical Things Catering to Several Applications
  • 2.3. Technology Framework Enabling Biosensors
  • 2.4. Biosensors Classification by Detection Method
  • 2.5. Biosensors Classification by Analyte Tested
  • 2.6. Salient Features of a Biosensor
  • 2.7. Emerging Technology Trends in Biosensors
  • 2.8. Smart Sensors Powering Diagnosis and MonitoringConnecting Safety, Security, Health & Wellness Through a Digital Medium
  • 2.9. NanoBiosensing: The Growing Application Landscape
  • 2.9. NanoBiosensing: The Growing Application Landscape (continued)
  • 2.10. Virtual Assistants To Complement the “Human Touch”
  • 2.11. Wearable Sensors Enable Round-the-Clock Personal Monitoring
  • 2.12. Wearable Sensors Enable Round-the-Clock Personal Monitoring

3.0. IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS

  • 3.1. Factors Driving Adoption of Digital Platforms in Healthcare
  • 3.2. Factors Hindering Adoption of Digital Platforms in Healthcare

4.0. INNOVATION PROFILES

  • 4.1. Detecting Disease Biomarkers from Exhaled BreathAdvanced Nanomaterials & Energy Lab, KAIST, Korea
  • 4.2. Nanobionic Plants Detect Explosives, Particulate MatterStrano Lab, MIT
  • 4.3. Nanosensors-lined Lenses for Glucose Monitoring Verily Life Sciences
  • 4.4. Portable Smartphone-compatible Nanopore SensorsOxford Nanopore Technologies
  • 4.5. Emerging Connected Microfluidic Platforms High throughput platforms for detecting multiple pathogens using a smartphone

5.0. PATENT LANDSCAPE

  • 5.1. R&D Trends: Patent Filing Trends in Nano Biosensors
  • 5.1. R&D Trends: Patent Filing Trends in Nano Biosensors (continued)
  • 5.2. Key Patents to Check
  • 5.2. Key Patents to Check (continued)

6.0. GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES

  • 6.1. Growth Opportunities: Cancer Care
  • 6.2. Growth Opportunities
  • 6.3. Vision 2025: Nanosensor-integrated Connected Ecosystem

7.0. KEY INDUSTRY CONTACTS

  • 7.1. Key Industry Contacts
  • 7.1. Key Industry Contacts (continued)
  • Legal Disclaimer
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