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【分析レポート:技術】スマート履物の技術と用途

Smart Footwear Technologies and Applications

4Q 2016 | Application Analysis Report | AN-1812 | 29 pages | 3 tables | 5 charts | 1 figure | PDF

 

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ABI Research
ABIリサーチ
2016年11月お問い合わせください 29 9

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スマート履物(フットウェア)機器市場はまだ早期市場であるが、活動追跡、詳細なランニング追跡、歩行追跡、位置監視などの機能性はすでに発達している。これらの機器は、すでにモバイル医療用途で消費者や、社員の健康のために企業で利用されている。スマートフットウェア市場は、近年の高齢化による監視の需要増加や、フィットネス追跡市場全体の成長など、様々な側面から成長が促進している。米国調査会社ABIリサーチの調査レポート「【分析レポート:技術】スマート履物の技術と用途」は、スマートフットウェア市場の様々な機器を調査し、様々な主要企業と今後のベンダについて記載している。世界の年齢別人口、世界の利用事例毎のネット接続フットウェア機器出荷数、世界の利用事例毎のネット接続フットウェア機器収益、地域毎のネット接続フットウェア機器出荷数などを予測している。

The smart footwear device market is relatively young, but devices are being developed with functionalities such as activity tracking, in-depth run tracking, gait tracking, location monitoring, and more. These devices can be used by consumers, for mHealth, and in the enterprise, where they offer companies the ability to monitor workers’ health. A number of aspects are driving growth within the smart footwear market, with the key factors being that we are currently experiencing an aging population that requires monitoring, and growth of the fitness tracking market as a whole. This report examines the different types of devices within the smart footwear market, as well as outlining the various major players and future vendors. Forecasts include Global Population by Age, Global Connected Footwear Device Shipments by Use Case, Global Connected Footwear Device Revenue by Use Case, and Connected Footwear Device Shipments by Region.

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目次

Table of Contents

  • 1. SMART FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGIES
    • 1.1. WEARABLE SMART FOOTWEAR
    • 1.2. USE CASES
      • 1.2.1. SPORTS, FITNESS, AND WELLNESS
      • 1.2.2. HOME MONITORING
      • 1.2.3. REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
      • 1.2.4. ENTERPRISE
    • 1.3. SMART FOOTWEAR SYSTEM FUNCTIONALITY
      • 1.3.1. CONNECTIVITY
    • 1.4. ADVANTAGES OF SMART FOOTWEAR
    • 1.5. DRIVING FORCES AND CHALLENGES
      • 1.5.1. DRIVING FORCES
      • 1.5.2. CHALLENGES
  • 2. THE SMART FOOTWEAR MARKET
    • 2.1. DEVICE SHIPMENTS
    • 2.2. DEVICE REVENUE
    • 2.3. REGIONAL FORECASTS
  • 3. VENDOR LANDSCAPE
    • 3.1. CURRENT VENDORS
      • 3.1.1. ADIDAS
      • 3.1.2. DIGITSOLE
      • 3.1.3. DUCERE TECHNOLOGIES
      • 3.1.4. FEETME
      • 3.1.5. GARMIN
      • 3.1.6. GTX CORP
      • 3.1.7. KINEMATIX
      • 3.1.8. NIKE
      • 3.1.9. ORPYX
      • 3.1.10. OWLET BABY CARE
      • 3.1.11. POLAR
      • 3.1.12. RETISENSE
      • 3.1.13. SCRIBE LABS
      • 3.1.14. SENSORIA
      • 3.1.15. SUUNTO
      • 3.1.16. UNDER ARMOUR
    • 3.2. FUTURE AND POTENTIAL VENDORS
      • 3.2.1. ALTRA RUNNING
      • 3.2.2. ARIA WEARABLES
      • 3.2.3. B-SHOE TECHNOLOGIES
      • 3.2.4. EASYJET
      • 3.2.5. ISL
      • 3.2.6. LENOVO
      • 3.2.7. MOTIONMETRICS
      • 3.2.8. PLANTIGA
      • 3.2.9. SALTED VENTURE
    • 3.3. TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS
      • 3.3.1. DYNASTREAM (Garmin)
      • 3.3.2. HCi VIOCARE TECHNOLOGIES
      • 3.3.3. IEE
      • 3.3.4. STRETCHSENSE
      • 3.3.5. ZHOR-TECH
  • 4. RELATED RESEARCH

 

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[サマリー訳]

スマート履物(フットウェア)機器市場はまだ早期市場であるが、活動追跡、詳細なランニング追跡、歩行追跡、位置監視などの機能性はすでに発達している。これらの機器は、すでにモバイル医療用途で消費者や、社員の健康のために企業で利用されている。スマートフットウェア市場は、近年の高齢化による監視の需要増加や、フィットネス追跡市場全体の成長など、様々な側面から成長が促進している。米国調査会社ABIリサーチの調査レポート「【分析レポート:技術】スマート履物の技術と用途」は、スマートフットウェア市場の様々な機器を調査し、様々な主要企業と今後のベンダについて記載している。世界の年齢別人口、世界の利用事例毎のネット接続フットウェア機器出荷数、世界の利用事例毎のネット接続フットウェア機器収益、地域毎のネット接続フットウェア機器出荷数などを予測している。

 

[サマリー原文]

The smart footwear device market is relatively young, but devices are being developed with functionalities such as activity tracking, in-depth run tracking, gait tracking, location monitoring, and more. These devices can be used by consumers, for mHealth, and in the enterprise, where they offer companies the ability to monitor workers’ health. A number of aspects are driving growth within the smart footwear market, with the key factors being that we are currently experiencing an aging population that requires monitoring, and growth of the fitness tracking market as a whole. This report examines the different types of devices within the smart footwear market, as well as outlining the various major players and future vendors. Forecasts include Global Population by Age, Global Connected Footwear Device Shipments by Use Case, Global Connected Footwear Device Revenue by Use Case, and Connected Footwear Device Shipments by Region.

 


 

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Smart Footwear Pushing into mHealth to Provide Home and Remote Patient Care

ABI Research Forecasts the Now Nascent mHealth Markets Will See Growth Upwards of 85% by 2021

 

London, United Kingdom - 15 Nov 2016

As the now nascent smart footwear market begins to develop, ABI Research forecasts tremendous growth in its future, driven by mHealth applications. Overall, unit shipments will rise to more than 6 million in 2021 from just 300,000 in 2016, an 82% CAGR. By supporting sensors within shoes or smart socks, home monitoring and remote patient management applications can track a host of valuable parameters with minimal disruption to those being monitored.

“The growing elderly population is driving change in the way healthcare can and will be provided, and remote monitoring is one aspect of the mHealth industry that can cut costs and improve care,” says Stephanie Lawrence, Research Analyst at ABI Research. “New home and remote patient monitoring smart footwear devices grant healthcare providers 24/7 access to in-depth, real-time health updates concerning their patients’ posture and gait. Such detailed reporting used to be constricted to a hospital bed; now healthcare providers can paint a fuller picture of their patient’s health outside of the hospital, ultimately allowing them to better monitor ongoing issues and make more accurate diagnoses.”

Home monitoring device and system providers target a wide age demographic, from babies and children to the elderly. The Owlet Smart Sock, for instance, features pulse oximetry technology and monitors the heart rate and oxygen levels of an infant to reduce the chances of a fatality. Other devices, such as GTX Corp’s GPS SmartSole, consist of insoles that use GPS and cellular connectivity, ideal for tracking an elderly person’s location and capable of sending alerts to caregivers if the patient wanders off.

For remote patient monitoring, companies are already turning to smart footwear as a form factor to support diagnostic medical data collection. This includes companies like Plantiga, FeetMe, and Orpyx. For instance, diabetic patients are at risk for peripheral neuropathy, or sensory loss, and often cannot detect dangerous pressure levels in their bodies. Orpyx’s SurroSense RX has insoles that use sensors to detect the amount of pressure that a person places on each part of the foot. The device can then alert the user and his/her doctor to any issues.

“In order to gain adequate market share, rising vendors in the smart footwear market need to develop devices that can detect exactly how a person is walking, and provide accurate feedback concerning any issues,” concludes Lawrence. “This will ensure that healthcare workers receive detailed health information about their patients, and will allow the smart footwear market to continue to advance and grow significantly.”

The findings are from ABI Research’s Smart Footwear Technologies and Applications report.

 

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