LONDON, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The growing need of consumers and businesses to stay connected and gather data in any form has created a large market for sensor and instrumentation technologies. Sensing technologies are the backbone of the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling next-generation, consumer-centric applications as well as resolving industry-specific challenges. Backed by frenetic intellectual property rights (IPR) filing, concerted R&D (Research & Development) efforts and high market potential, these technologies are poised to change lives and businesses across the globe.
2016 Top Technologies in Sensors and Instrumentation is part of the TechVision ( Sensors & Instrumentation) Growth Partnership Service programme. The study looks at technologies that are poised to have the highest impact over the next two to three years, such as nanosensors; next-generation, real-time location systems (RTLS); commercial drones; biosensors; and terahertz (THz) sensing. Understanding the impact of these technologies on businesses will greatly aid decision makers in the development of their short- and long-term strategies. Click here for complimentary access to more information on this analysis and to register for a Growth Strategy Dialogue, a free interactive workshop with Frost & Sullivan's thought leaders.