Enterprise wearables can be defined as digital support devices that are worn directly on the body, according to their definition. Body-worn electronic gadgets that can communicate with one another across a business network are examples of this. Smart data glasses, for example, are utilised in the so-called pick-by-vision system, which is a type of navigation system.
The I/O needs for wearable technologies go well beyond those of traditional computing devices. Rather to simply clicking buttons and reading from tiny displays, meaningful interaction is the goal. It’s an attempt to raise the integration level and, most likely, extend it to incorporate the so-called Internet of Things. Workers’ health and safety will also be improved as a result of these changes.
It has become one of the most important industries with a widening potential for growth over the forecast period. There is a wide range of wearable devices in the consumer electronics market that are making a significant impact. These include smart glasses and watches, clothing, skin patches, and various health monitoring gadgets. Allowing employees to bring wearable devices to work will lead to increased market growth as a result of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) adoption in the workplace. The continuous authentication of the identity of users by means of wearable devices can be used to ensure security in workplaces.
Technology, product and application are some of the main categories of the enterprise market that the report focuses on. Because of its focus on ultra-low power, short-range communication, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is the best option for wearables. This technology helps to reduce the amount of energy needed for connectivity, which in turn reduces the size and weight of wearable devices.
The global demand for Internet of Things (IoT) technology is increasing as more and more businesses strive to create a more connected environment for their employees and customers. The Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices are assisting enterprises in the utilisation of user-centric data in the development of value-added services.
Enterprise wearables are most profitable in the healthcare industry, which is the most lucrative sector. In the health monitoring segment, many industry players are investing significant resources in research and development. This has resulted in the development of devices that are comfortable, portable, and accurate in their ability to measure vital parameters such as heart rate, temperature, oxygen saturation, blood pressure, activity level, and calories burned. Over the forecast period, it is expected that greater awareness about health and wellbeing, an ageing population, and an increase in chronic conditions such as heart attack and diabetes would all contribute to the growth in demand for healthcare wearable devices.###