Australia E-Health, E-Education, E-Government Markets Discussed in Topical BuddeComm Report Published at MarketPublishers.com04 Aug 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) associated with Big Data (data analytics) developments are gaining momentum, and as more firms enter the sector and invest in developing it, and further astonishing innovations are anticipated to emerge for the years immediately ahead. Applications are already being utilised in telecommunications, infrastructure, healthcare, education and also in government.
The development of smart cities and indeed smart nations require vision and admission of the fact that a lot of today’s economic, social and sustainability issues can only be solved with the help of ICT. In a slew of situations the affordability, robustness, capacity, security and quality essential for this calls for fibre-optic and high-speed wireless infrastructures. This need will increase drastically in the next 5 to 10 years as industries and healthcare, energy, transport, water sectors perform the process of changing themselves completely to effectively address the forthcoming challenges.
Progress in e-health advancements in Australia is still slow and restrained. As distinguished from the USA for example, where e-health is propelled by health insurers and private healthcare organisations, the developments in Australia mainly rely on government incentives. The fact that private firms are fuelling the development elsewhere is an evident indication that considerable savings on cost can be reached through e-health.
Education is deemed as one of the major sectors that will benefit from advances in the digital economy, but currently the results of adaptation have been intermixed. Whilst novel ICT gear has entered the classroom it is being utilised within the traditional classroom learning system. To fully make use of these novel technologies a complete sector transformation has to take place.
Governments are currently facing expenditure and revenue pressures, which are set to intensify in the offing as the Australian people age. This is creating a burning need to decrease costs, especially in non-front line spheres like administration.
Topical report “Australia - E-Health, E-Education, E-Government” prepared by BuddeComm covers the developments and trends occurring in the national e-education, e-health and e-government sectors. It reviews how the education, healthcare and government sectors have been transforming; focuses on the need for increased (digital) productivity; reviews the e-health marketplace including an analysis and statistical figures; examines the e-education market with developments, analysis and statistical data; and canvasses the e-government market offering a set to key facts and figures. Information on the top market players is provided, too.
Australia - E-Health, E-Education, E-Government
Published: June, 2015
Price: US$ 1,100.00
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