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The most exciting regarding the Over The Top (OTT) services

Among the current most exciting trends, one can observe that, OTT services have enabled its users to accesses their desirable content anywhere and anytime with the help of internet. Original content creation by leading OTT players, such as Amazon and Netflix have proved to be successful. These market leaders by creating their own proprietary content are expected to continue their investment in production of more attractive original content. According to Research and Markets, the OTT market is expected to grow US$ 158.4 Bn by 2025 from US$ 36.7 Bn in 2015.

Many are using the Over The Top (OTT) in form of text, images, VoIP and Videos

For those who are unfamiliar, Over The Top (OTT) market by content type is segmented into Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), text & images and video. Large number of population across the globe is using the OTT in form of text, images, VoIP and Videos. However the video stream and video content sharing are popularizing rapidly across the globe.

Understanding the market attractiveness of the SCADA market

For many analysts, Understanding various market activities would contribute in understanding the market attractiveness of the SCADA market. SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) is an automated tool used in supervising, analyzing, collecting data and generating reports. With investment into research and development, market participants are working towards offering innovative SCADA solutions.

Already benefit from practical 3D Printing use cases

For those who are unfamiliar, Aerospace original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), hospitals, dentists, and their suppliers already benefit from practical 3D Printing use cases.
One can also observe that, beyond aerospace, Stratasys’s PolyJet modelling has proven particularly effective in producing anatomical models for surgical planning.
According to ABI Research, because PolyJet modelling can use multiple materials and colors, it can produce customized models with bones of the correct density and tissues with accurate vascular structures. Also, adoption will pick up in footwear, where Adidas will use Carbon’s AM systems for mid-soles in thousands of shoes and Nike will use HP’s for spikes on track and football cleats.

The U.S. aerospace and defense industries in Enterprise 3D Printing industry

The U.S. aerospace and defense industries will make up a large chunk of additive manufacturing (AM) growth over the next ten years, producing additive manufactured parts and products with a value of US$17.8 billion in 2026, due to the sheer size of the American aerospace industry and its defense budget, according to ABI Research.
One can observe that, GE Additive and GE Aviation already 3D print fuel nozzles for the LEAP jet engines designed for the commercial aircraft of Airbus, Boeing and the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac).

Enterprise 3D Printing in Aerospace

The excitement is obvious when it comes to Enterprise 3D Printing in Aerospace. While we are still at the early, it is clear that, this is set to change over the next years as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approve more 3D-printed parts for use in commercial jet engines, and additive manufacturing (AM) specialists continue to innovate for production scale implementation in other industries.
In a recent B2B technology survey, ABI Research finds that 44% of manufacturing companies currently have 3D printers in operation; most of these deployments are for prototyping purposes only.

Here is why Cloud orchestration is used

For those who are unfamiliar, Cloud orchestration is the process that is used to automate and coordinate end-to-end multiple processes to deliver the desired services to the clients. Cloud orchestration is used to optimize processes and process optimization is achieved with the help of eradicating redundant steps that hinder optimization.

Carbon Nanotube (CNT), as a suitable nanomaterial

For many analysts, the intrinsic mechanical properties of CNTs make them a suitable nanomaterial. One can also observe that, the CNTs also have a unique combination of stiffness, strength, and tenacity compared to other fiber materials which usually lack one or more of these properties. According to Research and Markets, the growth of the Carbon Nanotube (CNT) market is affected by the cost structure of CNT, processing difficulties, and availability of substitutes such as silicon carbide nanotubes (SiCNTs).

China is the leader in terms of carbon nanotubes demand in Asia Pacific

For those who are unfamiliar, China is a rapidly developing nation with many emerging applications such as hydrogen storage, super conductors, filters, capacitors, and others. For many analysts, the growth of carbon nanotubes is mainly attributed to the booming economies such as China, India, Taiwan, and a few smaller countries, such as Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia. China is the leader in terms of carbon nanotubes demand in Asia Pacific, according to Research and Markets.

Here is what is fueling the growth of the carbon nanotube market

Steadily, one can observe that, growing demand from applications, such as advanced materials, electronics & semiconductors, chemical & polymers, batteries & capacitors, energy, aerospace & defense, and medical is expected to fuel the growth of the carbon nanotube market. The Carbon Nanotube (CNT) market is expected to grow from USD 3.95 billion in 2017 to USD 8.70 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 17.09% between 2017 and 2022, according to Research and Markets.

Interactive digital signage in our ever-connected data-driven era

For those who are unfamiliar, Interactive digital signage is used to facilitate two-way communication with end users, with the help of smart phones or other devices used for communication. The Digital Signage Software Market in Asia Pacific is expected to register a CAGR of 12.6% during the forecast period (2017-2023), according to Research and Markets.

Signage with beacons, touch screens, sensors, and RFID technologies have gained prominence

Very exciting to observe that, signage with beacons, touch screens, sensors, and RFID technologies have gained prominence due to significant uptake of smartphones and other handy communication devices. In effect, growing awareness about energy consumption, demand of OLED-based displays, and improvements in technology offerings, infrastructure expansions have further added the market attractiveness.