Sector Prospects

LATEST: The ethanol-based vehicle market in APAC is predicted to reach a CAGR of over 12% until the next four years.
LATEST: The worldwide market for smart drone technology (cameras, auto pilots, collision avoidance systems, communication systems, etc.) was $137M in 2015 and is forecast to reach $2.7 bn by 2022.
LATEST: The construction of new nuclear power stations in the UK will require an investment of the order of £40bn by 2025.
LATEST: The overall market for Energy Software in Smart Buildings came in at $6.35Bn in 2015 and is expected to rise to just under $9.8Bn by 2020.
LATEST: 32 percent of EU workers had insufficient digital skills and forecasted a deficit of 825,000 digital workers by 2020.
LATEST: Natural gas and zero-carbon fuels will meet nearly 60 per cent of the rise of global energy demand to 2035.
LATEST: Competitive business pressures will reduce the incentives in Asia to protect the environment.
LATEST: Custody banks could see a reduced role as custody and back-office services are rendered obsolete by the technology.
LATEST: "All imported and domestic meat will continue to be subject to rigorous inspections by USDA to ensure food safety" standards are met.
LATEST: Climate change is expected to increase water risks and generate a greater degree of uncertainty than water managers have traditionally had to cope with.
LATEST: The next decade will see companies (or perhaps just one company) with distribution capabilities to bring sensors to billions emerge at the top of the hardware heap.
LATEST: Outcome-based programs with a set of services directed to provider systems, physicians and patients will require significant changes to current operational models.
LATEST: Government plans to position Thailand as the trade and service hub of the Greater Mekong sub-region and as the gateway to Asia are opening up opportunities in the logistics and transport industry.
LATEST: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) forecasts a growth in fish production of up to 17% by 2025.
LATEST: Social Media Will Make up 24% of Marketing Budgets by 2020.
LATEST: U.S. intelligence officials and senior military officers have become increasingly concerned that the Islamic State's rapid advances in Libya could lead to new waves of strikes inside Tunisia th...
LATEST: By 2030, China, India and Japan will be the worlds second, third and fourth largest economies respectively.
LATEST: An innovative method that uses human embryonic stem cells to model type 2 diabetes caused by genetic mutations may enable researchers to identify drugs that could treat the disease.
LATEST: By 2030, the number of homes worth at least £1 million is predicted to have tripled to 1.6 million.
LATEST: Bank deposits as the main form of money could lose importance if non-bank providers gain a dominant position in the retail payments market.
LATEST: Scientists make strides with real-time estrogen sensor: the device could offer an advantage over traditional screening methods, as it includes a simple design, gives real-time readings, uses very l...
LATEST: The three most disruptive technologies predicted to drive business transformation in enterprises over the next three years in the U.S. include cloud computing (13%), data and analytics (13%), and c...
LATEST: Today's monitoring and software tools can measure energy usage and efficiency electron-by-electron, track circulation patterns, and anticipate how weather changes will affect indoor climate.
LATEST: Upgrading technology in agriculture will help double farmer income by 2022.
LATEST: Spending in the IT services market is expected to return to growth in 2016, totaling $929 billion, up 2.1 percent from 2015.
LATEST: The Kanal Istanbul canal in Turkey's largest city will divert maritime traffic from the heavily used Bosporus Strait shipping channel by serving as the new main shipping route between the Black...
LATEST: Materials like graphene could ensure more people than ever have access to cheap clean water.

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