With IoMT, a connected ecosystem of sensors and devices on and around the individual serve to capture and measure, identify, stratify risks, inform, make decisions and take actions. With that underlying principle, the IoMT market has five application areas. The On Body area covers wearable devices such as smart devices, peripherals, and even implants. The In Home environment includes digital/virtual assistants, activity monitors, and home medical devices. Within the Community segment, automated kiosks, emergency response intelligence and mobility are application areas. In the Clinic segment, handheld medical devices and care-coordination technologies as well as administrative support tools are areas where IoMT is making its mark. The In Hospital area benefits from IoMT use for real-time location services, patient/personnel flow tools and smart, connected equipment for better inventory management and resource utilization.
This study covers the landscape of the Internet of Medical Things by application areas—on body, in home, community, in clinic, and in hospital. For each application area, IoT use cases, vendor landscape of over 100 IoMT stakeholders, potential opportunities and challenges have been covered. Additionally, analysis on business model considerations for IoMT stakeholders, case studies, and future perspectives has also been provided.
Key questions that this study will answer:
• What does the current IoMT market landscape look like? Which areas are being served, and by whom?
• What are the segment-specific challenges and opportunities for IoMT market incumbents and those considering entering the market?
• What strategies for success can be employed by stakeholders?
• What are the important business model considerations for IoMT stakeholders and new entrants?
• What are the future perspectives that IoMT industry stakeholders and new entrants should be aware of?