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Increasing edentulous population and growing awareness about aesthetics is expected to drive the market

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Increasing demand for technologically advanced wearable medical devices, rising awareness regarding physical fitness, advent of new smartphone linked healthcare applications and growing demand for wireless connectivity in the healthcare industry

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Global Wearable Medical Device Market is expected to reach USD 27.8 billion by 2022, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Rising prevalence of conditions such as obesity and hypertension, as a result of sedentary lifestyle is anticipated to boost the demand for wearable medical devices. Moreover, increasing health awareness is further expected to augment the demand for these devices.

Additionally, growing incidences of chronic conditions, such as diabetes, which require round-the-clock monitoring, are expected to increase the demand for wearable technology. Technological innovation is projected to be vital for growth of this industry over the forecast period. Smart watches, smart bands, and smart clothing are anticipated to be the key areas for development. Increasing penetration of smart cellular phones is expected to assist growth of this technology. However, patient privacy and security concerns along with complexity in engineering are expected to impede growth of the industry.

Further key findings from the study suggest:

Diagnostic wearable medical devices held substantial share in 2014 owing to increasing usage in remote patient monitoring as well as home healthcare

Therapeutic wearable devices are anticipated to exhibit remunerative growth over the forecast period. Increasing penetration of products, such as insulin monitors, is assisting the growth of wearable equipment.

Diagnostic devices such as vital sign monitors are expected to witness lucrative growth over the forecast period. Rising incidences of chronic diseases are expected to boost the demand for this equipment.

Wearable medical devices have applications in sports & fitness monitoring, home healthcare, and remote patient monitoring. Home healthcare held significant shares of around 50.0% in 2014. Simplified usage of this equipment along with ability to synchronize with cellular phones as well as tablet devices assisted the growth of this segment.

On the contrary, remote patient monitoring is projected to exhibit growth rate of over 25.00% in the next seven years. Increasing geriatric population base coupled with demand for continuous monitoring is expected to fuel the growth.

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OTT Devices and Services: Creating A More Personalized Viewing Experience

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Over the top (OTT) devices and services have changed the way we consume content. So much so, that OTT streaming devices are now known to be the fourth most common in-home access point to the Internet, after desktops, smartphones, and tablets.

Major media brands now have the benefit of using OTT services to target viewers at a person-level, going beyond household-level. Platforms such as Amazon Fire, Amazon Alexa/Echo, Apple TV, and Roku are some of the most not able examples of OTT delivery systems that offer consumers a widening range of channels.

The Basics of OTT

OTT is a media distribution service that delivers TV and film content such as audio/video, text, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), and other media via the Internet without user subscription to satellite pay-TV or cable service.The reason why OTT services are so compelling is that they offer cheap, flexible, and one of the best viewing experiences in the field.

Major business models of OTT services are Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD), Advertising VOD (AVOD), and Transactional VOD (TVOD).
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