- a strong market for high-end biometric interfaces in the public and commercial sectors. A combination of iris, vein, fingerprint, facial recognition and voiceprint interfaces for verification will offer additional security without compromising the user experience.
- Digital twins: An estimated four out of five IoT platforms will employ digital twins over the next five years, propelling the global digital twin market to expand at a strong CAGR of 47.0% between 2019 and 2025. Retail, automotive, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and smart cities will benefit. Successful implementations will require high-speed communication networks and no service disruptions.
- Brain-machine interface: Neural interfaces could have a significant impact on the restoration of vision and hearing, treatment of mental health disorders, and alleviating pain through electrical stimuli by focusing on the appropriate areas of the brain. In addition, the gaming community is pioneering new gaming control mechanisms based on brain signals utilizing electroencephalography (EEG) headsets.
- AR/VR: By 2025, China is expected to lead the VR market, with investments pouring into patents, standards and products. AR, VR and robotics will merge to develop VR robots, which will have a huge impact on manufacturing, retail, security, healthcare and defense. In particular, AR/VR market revenue for manufacturing, robotics and the engineering supply chain is expected to reach $161.29 billion by 2025.
For more, see the report: " Future of User Interfaces Shaping New Consumer Experiences ."
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