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  • Adapting to the Future of Industrial Measurement using Computed Tomography Adapting to the Future of Industrial Measurement using Computed Tomography Mariano Kimbara, Industry Analyst Recorded: Oct 21 2015 56 mins
    The global computed tomography (CT) metrology market is at a nascent state of its life cycle in terms of market adoption. CT is progressively recognized as a promising solution for quality control and, therefore, a number of OEMs and research organizations are currently participating in the added development of CT systems and broadening their application in the market.

    This briefing will investigate application areas and penetration rates on a global scale. Learn about regional analyses featuring market drivers and restraints.

    Why you should attend:
    * Receive highlights of key growth opportunities in the marketplace.
    • Get up-to-date information about current and potential industry participants.
    * Discuss key end-user requirements for widespread adoption of CT technology.
    * Hear an actionable set of recommendations for market entry and growth.
    * Participate in live interaction with industry expert analysts.
  • 2015 Analysis of Global Self-Organizing Networks Testing and Monitoring 2015 Analysis of Global Self-Organizing Networks Testing and Monitoring Rohan Joy Thomas, Research Analyst Recorded: Oct 13 2015 32 mins
    The presentation will give a preview of the major trends in the SON industry, and how they are likely to affect the testing and monitoring market. In addition, you will receive an insider’s view on challenges that end users face while integrating SON capabilities into their proprietary infrastructure.
    The briefing is particularly suited for participants who specialize in providing solutions that check and measure the conformance of network infrastructure that has a higher degree of automation.

    Why you should attend:

    • Learn where the industry is heading, and the implications that this will have on the testing and monitoring market
    • Hear drivers for the testing and monitoring market, as well as challenges the market is likely to experience
    • Receive an overview of the testing and monitoring market specific to SON, and what it will look like in five years.
    • Understand key trends in the testing and monitoring market, and their likely effect on the SON testing market.
  • Understanding Industry 4.0 and its Impact on Inline Metrology Market Understanding Industry 4.0 and its Impact on Inline Metrology Market Aravind Govindan, Measurement & Instrumentation Industry Analyst and Song Chung, CTO, Perceptron Recorded: Sep 24 2015 59 mins
    Trends such as industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing have ushered metrology to the cusp of a new golden age. As manufacturing gets smarter and plants get more automated, dimensional metrology is going to witness the next wave of innovation in terms of products, services and business models.

    This upcoming webinar titled 'Understanding the Impact of Industry 4.0/Smart Factories on the Metrology Market' will highlight Frost & Sullivan's opinion on the top trends impacting this industry including - technology convergence, metrology services 2.0 and big data analytics.
  • Analysis of Sensors in the IoIT Market Analysis of Sensors in the IoIT Market Dr. Rajender Thusu, Industry Principal, Sensors & Instrumentation Recorded: Sep 2 2015 57 mins
    IoIT is fast becoming the key platform for remote connectivity for both monitoring and control applications, and sensors are the key enablers. Companies need to assess the changing needs of sensor users in the IoIT space and how sensors must adapt.

    This briefing will highlight:
    ·Changing paradigm and business model
    ·Sensor proliferation in IoIT
    ·Potential of different end-user markets
    ·Smart to Intelligent and other emerging technology trends
    ·Application focus of sensors in IoIT
    ·Reality and key trends
  • Adapting to the Future of Nondestructive Testing Adapting to the Future of Nondestructive Testing Nikhil Jain, Principal Lead Analyst Recorded: Aug 5 2015 52 mins
    In the last decade, the nondestructive testing (NDT) industry has experienced incremental change in not only the technologies that have been adopted, but also in new products that have been introduced by equipment vendors. While many industry experts believe that disruptive innovation is not possible in the NDT industry, Frost & Sullivan looks to exhibit that with evolving technologies such as robotics, cloud computing, big data analytics and industrial IoT, disruptive innovation will occur soon than later in the NDT industry.

    Reasons to Attend:

    - To understand the Industry 4.0 concept and key ideas
    - To gain insight on how Industry 4.0 is impacting the NDT industry and its key transformational implications
    - To identify opportunities for growth within the evolving NDT ecosystem for products, technologies and business models
  • The Future of Biometrics The Future of Biometrics Aravind T Seshagiri, Program Manager Recorded: Mar 17 2015 51 mins
    Biometric companies must plan for the future in order to compete in several different markets and industries. This is especially true as the market is currently witnessing an uptrend.

    Join Frost & Sullivan’s upcoming complimentary webinar, “The Future of Biometrics,” to understand the potential of the market and its impact on current businesses.

    Questions this webinar will answer:
    - How will the market affect industries such as retail, finance and healthcare?
    - How will biometric technologies evolve?
    - What are future trends in the biometrics market?
  • Enabling the Next Leap in Wireless Technology: 5G Enabling the Next Leap in Wireless Technology: 5G Jessy Cavazos, James Kimery, Dr. Harish Viswanathan, Dr. Sundeep Rangan Recorded: Feb 18 2015 60 mins
    The next generation of wireless communication, – 5G – will play a vital role in enabling futuristic technologies and actualizing the Internet of Thing. Significant obstacles to 5G wireless network deployments exist, however, numerous research and development initiatives are underway to help expedite the process. Aiming to deploy the first 5G networks by 2020, developers are exploring technologies like massive MIMO, millimeter-wave frequencies and new waveforms to address needs for higher speed (x100 4G), lower latency (1ms), and higher density in terms of users and devices.

    Questions this webinar will answer:
    •When will 5G networks become a reality?
    •What is achievable in terms of data rates, user capacity and latency with 5G networks?
    •What are industry players doing to facilitate development of 5G networks?
  • HetNets & VoLTE: What does it all mean for testing? HetNets & VoLTE: What does it all mean for testing? Rohan Joy Thomas, Research Associate Recorded: Nov 13 2014 37 mins
    Major wireless retailers around the world are deploying VoLTE technology in their networks. As this technology gains prominence, related monitoring and testing equipment will follow suit. “The VoLTE Testing & Monitoring Market” webinar will explore demand trends and emerging technologies that will likely impact the market for VoLTE testing.

    Attend this webinar to discover:
    - Current and likely future trends in VoLTE-specific testing and monitoring
    - Global challenges helping sustain demand for VoLTE-specific testing and monitoring
    - Technological trends expected to impact demand for VoLTE-specific equipment
  • RFID Solutions to Shape Retail Stores of the Future RFID Solutions to Shape Retail Stores of the Future Frost & Sullivan Senior Analyst Ram Ravi and Peter Gates Director, Professional Services at Tyco Recorded: Oct 29 2014 59 mins
    In this webinar, sponsored by Tyco Retail Solutions, Frost & Sullivan, will present findings of extensive analysis on RFID technologies and trends in the retail industry. The research presentation will also provide a holistic view of the total market with specific trends pertaining to region, product, pricing and discuss certain macro-economic trends and their potential impact.

    Attend this webinar to discover:

    - Current and likely future RFID trends in the retail industry

    - A holistic view of the total market with discussion of specific trends pertaining to region, product, and pricing

    - Macro-economic trends and their potential impact
  • RFID Solutions to Shape Retail Stores of the Future RFID Solutions to Shape Retail Stores of the Future Frost & Sullivan Senior Analyst Ram Ravi and Mark Stier, Director, Software Product Management at Tyco Recorded: Oct 15 2014 59 mins
    The expanding implementation of RFID enables real-time inventory transaction visibility. This results in accurate inventory, driving increased sales and margins and an improved customer experience. Accurate item-level inventory lays the foundation for successful omni-channel retail today.

    New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that the market earned revenues of $541.8 million in 2013 and estimates this to reach $5,409.0 million in 2020, with a wide-spread implementation of RFID technology into the retail industry globally.

    In this webinar, sponsored by Tyco Retail Solutions, Frost & Sullivan, will present findings of extensive analysis on RFID technologies and trends in the retail industry. The research presentation will also provide a holistic view of the total market with specific trends pertaining to region, product, pricing and discuss certain macro-economic trends and their potential impact.

    Attend this webinar to discover:

    • Current and likely future RFID trends in the retail industry

    • A holistic view of the total market with discussion of specific trends pertaining to region, product, and pricing

    • Macro-economic trends and their potential impact