1. 1.0 Executive summary

     
    1.0 Executive summary
        1.1 Research Scope
        1.2 Key Findings
        1.2 Key Findings (continued)
        1.2 Key Findings (continued)

 2. 2.0 Artificial Intelligence

     
    2.0 Artificial Intelligence
        2.1 How Will Artificial Intelligence Impact the Education Sector?
        2.2 As the Digital Revolution Advances, AI-enabled Adaptive Programs Will Likely Improve and Expand the Scope of Educational Offerings
        2.3 Vendors Participating in Developing Education Technology
        2.4 The US is Still the Preferred Destination for AI Investment in the Education Space
        2.5 There is a Need to Leverage Advanced Technologies like AI to move toward Adaptive and Conversational Tutoring Methodologies

 3. 3.0 Mixed Reality

     
    3.0 Mixed Reality
        3.1 Mixed Reality (MR) Will Impart Experiential Learning Approach to Students
        3.2 Smaller MR Devices at Affordable Cost will Drive the Adoption of MR Learning Platforms
        3.3 Vendors Participating in Developing Education Technologies
        3.4 Education and Technology Ministries Are Taking Steps to Encourage Investment and Usage in the Mixed Reality Space
        3.5 Technology Vendors will Play a Vital Role in Adoption of Mixed Reality in Educational Services

 4. 4.0 XaaS

     
    4.0 XaaS
        4.1 XaaS Helps Widen the Scope of Education across a Diverse Group of Students
        4.2 XaaS Innovations Transforming the Education Sector
        4.2 XaaS Innovations Transforming the Education Sector (continued)
        4.3 Use Cases: Cloudification of Education is Taking Knowledge Beyond Boundaries
        4.4 Robots Will Soon Replace Teachers in the Classroom

 5. 5.0 Robots

     
    5.0 Robots
        5.1 Significance of Robots in Providing a New Learning Experience
        5.2 Key Trending Applications – Robots for Special Students, Remote Learning, Creative Problem Solving, Learning-by-Teaching
        5.3 Key Innovation Themes – Teaching and Control Modules, Pre-School and Juvenile Educational Robots
        5.4 Key Innovations – Telepresence and Mobile Robots, Teachable Agents
        5.5 Key Innovations – New TA Platform, Assistive and Multipurpose Robots
        5. 6 Future Prospects and Growth Opportunities

 6. 6.0 3D Printing

     
    6.0 3D Printing
        6.1 Affordability and Better Learning Drives Adoption of 3D Printing in the Educational Sector
        6.2 Multi-material 3DP, Metal 3DP Encourages Critical Thinking
        6.3 Growing Interest and Quest for New Learning Techniques and Tools Drives Market Growth
        6.4 Key Limitations and Case Study
        6.5 Key Innovations – Fast Printing, Interactive Screens, Larger Printing Bed
        6.6 Future of 3D Printing in the Education Sector

 7. 7.0 Wearables

     
    7.0 Wearables
        7.1 Wearables Transforming BYOD to Gamified Educational Sessions
        7.2 Wearables Improving the Quality of Educational Programs Relayed to Remote Student Population
        7.3 Adoption of Wearables Enables Transition from Real-time Coaching to Compliance on Classroom Sessions
        7.4 The Global Market for Wearables in the Education Sector is Expected to Grow 10.6% Annually till 2022
        7.5 Wearables are Poised to Undergo Transformation from Devices that Log Metrics to Programs Delivered by Virtual Educational Institutions

 8. 8.0 Touchless Sensing

     
    8.0 Touchless Sensing
        8.1 Key Trends – Gesture based Learning, Paperless, and Personalized Learning
        8.2 Enabling Touchless Sensing Technologies – Gesture, Eye, Face, Voice, and BCI
        8.3 Key Innovators and Innovations Enabling Interactive Learning
        8.4 Key Innovation Themes – Sign Language, Affective Computing, Identity Authentication
        8.5 Market Potential and Global Adoption Status
        8.6 Application Roadmap - The Future of Smart Learning

 9. 9.0 Conductive Polymers

     
    9.0 Conductive Polymers
        9.1 Conductive Polymers as Key Enablers for Wearable and Sensing Devices
        9.2 Flexibility and Durability are Key Functionalities that Impact Adoption across Applications
        9.3 Rising Developmental Efforts Across the Globe Can Increase Adoption in the Next Three Years
        9.4 Improving Electrical Conductivity and Charge Mobility Key for Increasing Adoption

 10. 10.0 Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPVs)

     
    10.0 Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPVs)
        10.1 Greater Prospects for Clean Energy and Need for Sustainability Are Major Drivers for BIPV Installation in the Education Sector
        10.2 The Impact of BIPV on the Environment and Utilities Is High
        10.3 BIPV Installations in Educational Schools Have Shown Significant Results in Energy Savings
        10.4 Educational Institutions Can Avail Financial Assistance for Solar Projects from Various Funding Agencies
        10.5 BIPV Technologies Would Drive Educational Sector toward the Concept of Advanced Energy Saving Buildings
        10.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning

 11. 11.0 Integrated Waste Management

     
    11.0 Integrated Waste Management
        11.1 Next-generation Students Require More Awareness about the Importance of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
        11.2 Educational Institutes Provide Innovative and Cost-effective Solutions to Enable Sustainability
        11.3 Innovative Approaches by Various Schools and Universities Spread Waste Reduction across all Age Groups
        11.4 Funding for Integrated Waste Management is Dominated by Governmental Organizations
        11.4 Funding for Integrated Waste Management is Dominated by Governmental Organizations (continued)
        11.5 Solid Wastes Become a Source of Raw Material due to Advancements in Material Recovery from Wastes
        11.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning
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