DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Hearables - Smart Wearable Audio Devices: Existing & New Products, Market Forecasts, Drivers & Inhibitors, Technologies and Competitive Analysis" report to their offering.
The hearables market was estimated to be worth $130 million in 2015, growing rapidly at a CAGR of 120% to be worth $7.6 billion in 2020.
A hearable is a new class of device classified as a head-worn device that can be used for listening to music but also has additional functionality provided by sensors. These sensors include heart rate sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, barometers, EEG sensors, and more. Today most hearables market volume is taken by sports headphones with heart rate sensors and/or accelerometers for activity tracking. The fastest growing segment, however, is that of fully wireless solutions such as Bragi Dash.
The report provides details on Hearables or Smart Wearable Audio Device product types, use cases and drivers for market growth, as well as providing insight on current products, assessment of the current suppliers of Smart Wearable Audio Devices and analysis on potential new entrants to the market.
- Doppler Labs
- Jaybird (Logitech)
- Life Beam
- Motorola (Binatone)
Key Topics Covered:
1. Scope and Definitions
2. Market Snapshot
3. Market Drivers and Inhibitors
4. Market Forecast
5. Competitive Assessment
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