Small manned electric vehicles from e-bikes to car-like micro EVs will be a market of over $33bn. Small manned electric vehicles - e-bikes to car-like micro EVs - are closely related and often sell in the largest numbers. The rag bag of names obscures the fact that they are closely related and add up to a very large market. Although car-like micro EVs are usually lower in cost than regular cars, together with two wheel EVs, they will reach over $33 billion in 2026. Eight sub-categories are forecasted by numbers and value from 2016-2026. Golf cars are seen to be a static market, whereas e-motorcycles are at a very early stage and the others in different stages of maturity. Nearly all are pure electric using batteries as energy storage. Most are on-road vehicles so the commonality shines through.
Snake robots used for small space access, inside airplane wing access, first responder tasks, and surgery: They are used for going where nothing else can go. Snake robots provide systems that significantly improve traditional open surgery by consolidating the number of minimally invasive access ports to one and eliminating open surgery. The automated process revolution has come to robotics, used in surgery, industry, ships, airplanes, first responder help, and communications. Automated process is being implemented via robots. Robots are automating systems, providing significant improvement in the accuracy of surgery and penetration of spaces that were previously impenetrable.
Sports, Fitness, Healthcare, and Clothing are emerging as key industries for the early market success of wearable technology. Mind Commerce sees wearables in Sports and Fitness alone reaching $9.4 billion globally by 2020 with a CAGR of 103%. Wearable devices within these market segments typically represent an accessory that provides the user with information in support of various applications and/or personal services. For example, some wearables in healthcare help in monitoring blood pressure levels, heartbeat, body temperature and similar other evolving features. Wearables within these industries are also a key part of the Personal Internet of Things (PIoT) as they gather important data about personal habits, lifestyle, and physical attributes.
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