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Reliable, in-depth market research and consultancy services for the medical device industry. Coverage includes medical imaging equipment, remote patient monitoring, consumer medical devices, medical displays, performance monitoring and other wearable technologies.
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  • Shane Walker, Roeen Roashan | January 21, 2016
    With more than 3,600 companies exhibiting at CES in Las Vegas this year, there was a great deal of technological diversity on display. However, it was obvious that areas of emphasis have collected around drones, 3D printing, smart home technology, and connected cars. Fitness monitoring was also widespread, driven by a proliferation of new participants. In addition to these areas of coalescence, smart glasses and HUD development continues from companies such as Kopin, ODG, Vuzix, Recon, and Oculus, while sleep monitoring and smart shoes have reemerged.
  • Dale Ford | January 19, 2016
    The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), continues to advance its agenda to support growth and development in the technology sector. To this end, a billboard positioned in one of the main lobbies was eye catching. It announced the creation of a “State Innovation Scorecard.”
  • Roeen Roashan | January 19, 2016
    During the last year there have been a number of digital health solutions that have taken an uncompromising approach to meaningfully engage consumers—many of these solutions were represented at CES 2016. Following are key highlights from the conference that IHS believe will have a positive impact on the adoption of digital health technologies by patients, providers and other important stakeholder in healthcare:

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  • Icon Principal Analyst, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Kelly Patrick is a principal analyst within the medical devices and healthcare IT team, part of IHS technology. Kelly is focused primarily on developing market studies in the clinical care device...
  • Icon Director, Medical Technology
    Shane Walker manages the Medical Technology research portfolio at IHS. Shane’s current medical technology coverage areas include telehealth, medical displays, healthcare IT, sports monitoring and other wearable technology.
  • Icon Associate Director, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Stephen Holloway is an associate director in the medical device and healthcare IT research team, part of IHS technology. He manages a team of expert analysts in research and delivery of an extensive portfolio of market leading clinical care and medical imaging device market research studies.

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