3,900 exhibitors. 2.75 million feet of exhibit space. It should come as little surprise that I covered more than 89,000 steps at CES 2018. This annual conference in Las Vegas has become the primary show for wearable and mobile devices for health and medical applications. And while these products made up only a small portion of the total 3,900 exhibitors, they were still more than one person could see in a week. I spent days in the exhibit halls, attended press-only events, and had private meetings with senior executives from major worldwide companies.
I have share much of what I learned at the show in a new report, “CES 2018: Wearables & Mobile Devices for Health and Medical Applications.” In the report, I provide an overview of five strategic trends that I believe will shape the future of this industry. This market is maturing, and companies are experiencing the growing pains that go along with consolidation and increased competition. The report also includes capsule summaries of 39 important companies and their products, many of which probably are not on your radar yet.
For less than the cost of a round-ticket and a hotel room for a week in Las Vegas, you can gain valuable insights into this rapidly-changing market. This report will give industry leaders information that they can use to refine their plans for the coming year. You will find out more about the report when you click here now.