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Mobile Healthcare Growing 45% by 2017: Find Out Why!

Semico's Chief of Technology, Tony Massimini, will speak at the 2013 MEPTEC Medical Technology Conference taking place September 17th and 18th at Arizona State University.

He will be talking about how mobile technology makes the human body a personal network that transmits biometrics to the cloud. This is called the Quantified Self, and it's how the medical industry is seeking to enact change in our behavior to create a healthier society.  This talk will look at MEMS and other technology, key companies, and the overall market potential.  

Semico has been focusing on MEMS and Medical, as together they are creating the perfect storm of innovation that will be reflected throughout the semiconductor industry.

The Mobile Healthcare market is growing at an astounding rate (2013 - 2017 CAGR of 45%), which is why Semico recently released a huge 100+ report with over 110 figures and tables.  

But maybe you need something just a bit smaller to help you navigate your way through this new market.  For you, Semico has split this large report into 2 parts:

  1. Mobile Healthcare: The End Markets
  2. Mobile Healthcare: The Tech Behind the Markets

If you're interested in knowing the market segments and forecasts, then The End Markets is the report for you.  At 48 pages and almost 50 tables and figures, it's the perfect size to get your feet wet.   Market segments covered include wearables, mental health, clothing, fertility, fitness, sports, chronic care management, remote health monitoring, helmets, and safety bracelets.  

If you need a more technical overview that reviews some of the most innovative companies behind the end markets, then The Tech Behind the Markets is your report.  This report includes an overall forecast from 2013 to 2017 and goes into the key players (like Analog Devices, Freescale, Qualcomm, STM, TI, and more), standards, technological roadmap, MEMS, Wireless technology, stretchy electronics, motion tracking, and power management.

Let us know what type of MEMS & Medical information you need by giving us a call, or join Tony at the MEPTEC conference to get some great information.  

For more information, contact Rick Vogelei.
Phone: (480) 435 - 8564

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