Connected Health: Assistive Care IoT: Mobile PERS
In-Home Networks, Mobile On-the-Go, Mobile Apps/BYOD
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Medical alerts, or Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS), have been available for decades but growth rates are relatively flat despite the latest cellular and mobile on-the-go offerings from traditional PERS companies. Internet of Things (IoT) advances from the home automation, mobile health and smartwatch industries promise to drive adoption and enable seamless integration with a variety of connected health solutions.
In contrast to traditional systems, mobile PERS provides location services and seamless cloud integration with opportunities providing advanced data analytics about the users inactivity or unusual activity patterns that enable new levels of predictive remote monitoring for caregivers. Increasingly, these systems work with a variety of wearables, in-home devices, and non-stigmatizing smartwatches.
Growth for the latest mobile PERS solutions has accelerated over the last two years due to several startups and newer entrants that are bridging the gap between traditional PERS systems and consumer IoT. Acquisitions such as Best Buy of GreatCall and Connect Americas of the Aging and Caregiving Group from Philips signifies this transition. A few of the latest innovators include:
Aloe Care Healths AI-enabled PERS system with voice assistance and in-home sensors.
Amazons Alexa based medical alert subscription service.
CarePredict, with a mobile PERS and location-based COVID-19 tracing solution
Reemo Health with a smartwatch based mobile health platform.
Sensorcall with a multi-sensor IoT device for ADL monitoring with two-way voice communications with caregivers using an integrated microphone.
Mobile apps using the Apple Watch and other wearables such as Best Buys Lively service and FallCall solutions.
By 2026, there will be 6.5 million PERS users in North America up from 4 million in 2020, driven primarily by systems using sensor networks and AI software. IoT systems will make up 84% of the market by this time from 70% in 2020.
This research service is based on ongoing phone interviews and surveys with thousands of consumers and hundreds of retailers, healthcare organizations, home service providers and vendors. It provides extensive data on assistive care technologies focused on the Mobile PERS segment. Your customized data includes 6-year market size forecasts for North America total subscribers and revenues (equipment and services).
MARKET SIZE FORECASTS:
ON World's granular connected health market size forecasts are by product segment and other product feature variations with breakdowns by country and distribution channel. Our forecasts are continually updated and are customized to meet your specific needs.
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Region: North America (US, Canada)
Historical Data: 2 previous years
Projections: 6 years including the current year
Forecast unit: Total subscribers/users, equipment device shipments and revenues (equipment and services)
Equipment ASP: Retail price
Channels: Healthcare, Senior Living, Retail, Security Services, Direct to Consumer
Specific product segment(s)
Delivery Format: Excel
ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH DATA:
ON World's ecosystem research data is based on ongoing surveys with organizations across the whole connected health value chain. Your dataset is customizable using our latest survey data or we can conduct a new survey(s) to investigate your unique market needs.
Examples of recently surveyed ecosystem segments include:
Connected health users/early adopters 55+
Likely future connected health users 55+
Retail Store/Pharmacy Sales Reps:
Senior Living Facilities
Health Insurance Companies
Other Senior Service Providers
Electronics Outlets (e.g. Best Buy, The Source)
Pharmacies (e.g. CVS, Walgreen's)
Mass Market chains (e.g. Walmart, Target, Canadian Tire)
Hardware stores (e.g. Ace Hardware)
Online Product Listings:
5,000+ product listings from dozens of web storefronts (Amazon.com, Bestbuy.com, etc.)
1+ million ratings/reviews
Tracking sales growth, pricing, features, consumer feedback
Delivery Format: PPT
Every year, ON World surveys thousands of individuals in the connected health ecosystems including:
End User Datasets:
Early adopting consumers aged 55+
Early majority consumers aged 55+
Caregivers to seniors/disabled adults
Healthcare/senior living organizations
Home security providers
Cable/Internet service providers
Retail outlets (e.g. Best Buy, Home Depot, Walmart)
Every quarter, ON World conducts hundreds of interviews and surveys with executives and product managers with leading manufacturers, software developers, component suppliers, and platform providers involved with connected health and IoT markets. Examples of recently interviewed/surveyed companies include:
Assisted Care IoT Systems & Services:
Aloe Care Health
Assistive Technology Services
Bay Alarm Medical
Comcast Xfinity Home
Control4 (Snap One)
Phoniro (Assa Abloy)
Stanley Black & Decker
Vitalbase (Telecom Design)
Vivint Smart Home
Zanthion (OM Veritas)
Veteran's Health Administration (VHA)
Valeo Groupe Americas
I. Ecosystem Analysis
Aging Senior Population
Informal (Unpaid) Caregivers
Chronic Disease Management
Senior Living Communities
Income & Labor Trends
Venture Capital Investment
Consumer IoT Innovations
Senior Technology Trends
Other Smart Devices
II. Technologies & Standards
Emerging technology trends
Bluetooth Low Energy
Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA)
Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF)
III. Value System
In-depth investigation and analysis of top 40 companies that are having the biggest impact on the assisted care IoT ecosystem today.
Current offerings, products and services, pricing, differentiators
Financials, partners, go-to-market strategy
Standards supported, software, tools, integration, key features...
IV. Primary Research
Conduct surveys with older adults and caregivers to learn recent adoption trends, preferences and likelihood of future purchases.
Sample survey questions:
Smart Home Systems
Medical Alert Systems
Connected Health Devices
Sharing Health Data
Home Monitoring Service
When Likely to Adopt
Planned Assisted Care IoT Products
Important/Most Important Features
Reasons for Not Adopting
Other ecosystem stakeholders we regularly survey include retail sales reps, professional installers, home service providers, builders and vendors/suppliers.
Online Product Analysis:
Our proprietary database includes thousands of online smart home product listings and over a million consumer reviews that are continually categorized, filtered and analyzed.
V. Market Size Forecasts
Healthcare data models
Senior Living data model
Retail/pharmacy data model
DTC data model
Average recurring (service) revenue/user (ARRPU)
Device unit shipments
Average sale prices (ASP)
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