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Australian Wearables Market to Grow At CAGR of 78% - Revenue of A$1 Billion by 2018 Says Frost & Sullivan - 99% of total revenue contributed by consumer wearables in 2014 - Frost.com
Australian Wearables Market to Grow At CAGR of 78% - Revenue of A$1 Billion by 2018 Says Frost & Sullivan

 

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Australia’s market for wearable technologies is considered to be in its inception stage, although 2014 saw the advent of several trials and prototypes. The release of the Apple Watch on 24 April 2015 is expected to ignite interest in wearables as well as accelerate sales of wearable devices in Australia. This in turn will spur greater innovation from other players in the industry and drive new partnerships amongst vendors and distributors.

Frost & Sullivan’s new report, Australian Wearable Technologies Report 2015, forecasts a CAGR of approximately 78% for the period 2014 to 2018, with revenues expected to reach $1 billion by 2018. This growth will be contributed to by a combination of factors; including innovation from local startups, high levels of activity in mergers and acquisitions and competition amongst global players such as Google and Apple as each attempt to dominate the market for the Internet of Things (IoT) in Australia.

Australian culture places an emphasis on fitness and sport, and as such, consumer wearables such as FitBit, JawBone and other health and fitness trackers are immensely popular. In 2014, the consumer wearables segment accounted for 99% of total wearables revenues. Demand for these products is likely to increase even more over the next five years, so the consumer segment is expected to account for a substantial part of overall revenues over the forecast period.

Audrey William, Head of ICT Research, Frost & Sullivan Australia & New Zealand said there has been minimal use of wearable technology for business applications. “In the enterprise (business) segment, most wearable technologies are currently at the prototype stage. However, Frost & Sullivan expects significant enterprise adoption of wearable technology from around 2017 as several companies, especially in the Mining and Oil & Gas industries are already looking to trial wearable products.“

The advances and innovations in software will allow businesses to harness and leverage wearable technologies beyond the current capability of wearable devices. “For instance, new wearable technology sensors embedded within smart shirt/vests can enhance worker safety and safer working environments for field technicians in mines by recording and analysing data on temperature, air quality and gaseous leaks. Ultimately, wearable technologies has the potential to impact every industry in Australia, including Mining, Oil & Gas, Engineering, Healthcare, Education, Manufacturing, Logistics and Leisure & Entertainment,“ added William.

Wonjae Shim, Research Analyst, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan Australia & New Zealand said Big Data will play a key role in transforming the future of wearable technologies as wearable devices collect large amounts of data. “Subsequently, service providers and data analytics companies can derive detailed analysis, providing trends and insights to service providers and businesses to make informed decisions to improve business processes and sales, reduce costs and enhance R&D capabilities,” Shim explained.

Several local Australian technology start-ups have already joined the wearables innovation foray, venturing to launch products like smart shirts, smart wrist bands and smart bands for health monitoring and fitness tracking. Some of these companies include Catapult Sports, Ollo Wearables, Smash Wearables, Wearable Experiments and MJ Bale, and they offer fresh innovation and expansion options via acquisitions for the bigger, established players in the market. Frost & Sullivan expects mergers and acquisitions and cross industry collaboration to be a key feature to drive the next level of innovation in the wearable technologies market.

Eventually, competition will intensify as market players vie for dominance within the Internet of Things arena. “Key players are likely to be Apple, Google and Samsung. These vendors don’t just contend within the wearables market, but are building a larger ecosystem of products and services across home automation, home entertainment, home security, glass, wristbands and heads unit displays, as well as an ecosystem of products across mobile devices and home appliances,” added Shim.

Wearable technology is not devoid of issues and obstacles; key challenges to mass adoption include technical impediments such as battery life, miniaturisation of embedded sensors, wearable data management and interoperability and compatibility among competing vendors and platforms. A major restraint in the growth of the Internet of Things and the use of wearable technologies will be security. As a consequence, Frost & Sullivan expects significant investments will be made toward security enhancements which will result in an increase of product take-up and growth in the overall wearables market.

The on-demand webinar recording by Audrey William and Arvind Arun on the Australian Wearables Technologies Report is available at brighttalk.com/.

Frost & Sullivan's Australian Wearable Technologies Report 2015 forms part of the Frost & Sullivan Australia and New Zealand Cloud and IoT research program. All research services included in this subscription provide detailed market opportunities and industry trends evaluated following extensive interviews with market participants. If you are interested in more information on these studies, please send an e-mail with your contact details to Donna Jeremiah, Corporate Communications, at djeremiah[.]frost.com.

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