Electronic Interconnect Industry Undergoes Significant Changes, States Bishop & Associates Report Published at MarketPublishers.com03 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As the years passed, the connectors industry has made a range of essential leaps in technology, with the majority of novel connectors stemming from evolutionary rather than revolutionary development.
True innovation disruptors are also prone to producing consequences far beyond their core market. Widespread uptake of autonomous transportation in urban regions is set to alter the way how people allocate resources and use whilst totally changing the insurance, energy and automotive assembly businesses. Ongoing evolution of robotic and 3D additive manufacturing (AM) holds promise to dispose of millions of jobs leading to severe political and social challenges. The Internet of Things (IoT) is likely to develop into the Internet of Everything where most mundane tasks are automated and personal preferences are satisfied to an extent never seen before.
In-demand research publication “Impact of Disruptive Innovations on Electronic Interconnects” elaborated by Bishop & Associates investigates the industry for electronic interconnects on a global level. The research report examines the historical evolution and potential growth of fiber optic, copper and wireless interconnects, while providing a detailed discussion on the effects that novel and innovative technologies will likely have on them in the next 5 years.
The study gives an overview of the current standing of copper, fiber optic and wireless interconnect technology, besides identifying 10 prospectively disruptive innovations presently in development, or the introduction stage, to estimate the degree of influence these changes are poised to have on the electronic connector industry. The report also speculates on what novel technical requirements are set to give a boost to the interconnect industry to assume a more proactive role in the interconnect technology development that will able to support multiple next-gen electronic devices. Furthermore, the report provides CAGRs by market sector for each of the regions through 2021.
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