TECH SUPPLIER Jul 2021 - Market Presentation - Doc # EUR148026721
The Future of Augmented Humanity in Europe: 2020-2025 Forecast
By: Andrea MinonneSenior Research Analyst, Customer Insights & Analysis, Kyla LamResearch Analyst, AR/VR and Wearables, IDC Europe, Marek KujdaSenior Research Analyst, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, Baltic States & Poland, Tom SealSenior Research Director, European Enterprise Applications, Eckhardt FischerSenior Research Analyst, European Server Team, Olga Agapova
This IDC Market Presentation analyzes the European augmented humanity market, which includes technologies such as augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR), biometrics, exoskeletons, affective computing, ingestibles, injectables and implantables, brain computing interfaces, wearables, and smart devices.
The augmented humanity market will be worth over $50 billion by the end of 2021 and will experience strong growth in the years ahead, outlining many opportunities for tech providers that want to tap into this highly disruptive market and become the accelerators of the next wave of digital transformation and employee augmentation.
This study provides a market sizing and forecast of the augmented humanity market between 2020 and 2025, focusing on key market trends, drivers, barriers, verticals, and use cases that vendors in this space need to consider in their go-to-market strategies. The study focuses on how emerging, established, and nanotechnologies and next-gen augmented humanity use cases are elevating human and employee capabilities, bringing digital disruption in the workplace, improving societies, and tackling aspects such as health, safety, and accessibility.