Innovation Observatory has extensive experience in sizing and forecasting complex technology markets, and estimating market shares. We do sizing and forecasting for client-specific projects and for published reports.
Innovation Observatory does sizing and forecasting for client-specific projects and for published reports.
Example process for forecasting simple markets and estimating market shares.
We don’t like to brag but we have worked on some fascinating projects with large and medium businesses, including Bango, BT Wholesale, Cambridge Broadband Networks, Cambridge University, China Telecom, Digital Catapult, the GSA, Idenk and KCOM, measuring and analysing:
- equipment markets by volume and value
- service markets by volume and value
- segmentation into product | service subcategories
- international markets segmented by region or country
- using customisable model input and assumption sheets
Simon Sherrington, MD
Get in touch with Simon on 07917 541246 to discuss what we can do for your business.
No human carer could be available 24/7; robots on the other hand are not confined to shifts and rotas.
VR is still in its early days and its impact on human body and mind is yet to be thoroughly assessed. However, various sources point out that immersive reality and pharmaceutical products may have a thing in common – side effects.
No universal therapeutic tool is possible because no two medical conditions are the same. For instance, simple 3D images are required for dementia sufferers whose fading memory struggles with the complexity of the real world, while advanced and engaging virtual worlds must be created to distract cancer patients from the painful procedures they have to endure. VR for young children is a whole different story where a fairy-tale, cartoon-like approach is vital.