2016 Archived Content

SENSOR MARKET OVERVIEWSensor Market Overview:
Sensing The Market Opportunity in Digital Health & Wellness

December 6, 2016


Successful commercialization of sensors in health and wellness markets is achieved when technological feasibility, economic practicality, and market need intersect. As the shift toward patient-centric health care continues with an increasing focus on early diagnostics, preventative approaches, and wellness, the new generation of devices shouldering the technological weight of this evolution increasingly deploy sensors to stay ahead of the curve. Making right choices regarding the market opportunity, business models, and pricing strategies in target markets is critical to successful commercialization; however, those decisions need to be made in early stages of development amid significant uncertainty. This tutorial will address current and future market trends and their impact on the size of the market opportunity in health and wellness, with a focus on developing a commercialization strategy that can bear fruits in clinical and consumer markets alike.

Final Agenda

Tuesday, December 6 | 6:00-8:00 pm

Sensing the Market Opportunity in Digital Health & Wellness

Tutorial Presenter: Noa Ghersin, Analyst, Lux Research

Successful commercialization of sensors in health and wellness markets is achieved when technological feasibility, economic practicality, and market need intersect. As the shift toward patient-centric health care continues with an increasing focus on early diagnostics, preventative approaches, and wellness, the new generation of devices shouldering the technological weight of this evolution increasingly deploy sensors to stay ahead of the curve. Making right choices regarding the market opportunity, business models, and pricing strategies in target markets is critical to successful commercialization; however, those decisions need to be made in early stages of development amid significant uncertainty. This tutorial will address current and future market trends and their impact on the size of the market opportunity in health and wellness, with a focus on developing a commercialization strategy that can bear fruits in clinical and consumer markets alike.

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For more details on the meeting, please contact the conference organizing committee:
Craig Wohlers
Executive Director, Conferences
Knowledge Foundation, a division of Cambridge Innovation Institute
Phone: (+1) 781-972-6260
Email: cwohlers@knowledgefoundation.com

For partnering and sponsorship information, please contact:
Sherry Johnson
Business Development Manager
Knowledge Foundation
Phone: (+1) 781-972-1359
Email: sjohnson@healthtech.com

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