Our latest survey ‘Consumer Attitudes to Mobile Banking & Contactless Payments: UK’ provides unique insights into consumer usage and attitudes, together with indications for the future adoption of services.
Juniper’s latest research, Sharing Economy: Opportunities, Impacts, and Disruptors 2016-2020, found that shared transport platforms, who typically take just 20% of driver earnings, will see revenues grow from an estimated $3.3 billion in 2015, to $6.5 billion by 2020.
Juniper’s latest research into Digital Health has found that ageing populations mean more home-based care is needed. The corresponding digital health deliverable systems allow medical adherence or remote patient monitoring. Unhealthy lifestyles lead both to the increase in chronic diseases, but also create a need for targeted information and education.
The launch and relative success of the Apple Watch has set a clear benchmark for the upper end of the smartwatch market in terms of functionality, but didn’t bring much that was new to the market. Other releases throughout 2015 generally expanded the devices’ aesthetics, rather than redefining their capabilities. Several vendors have released smartwatches that are much more limited compared to those released by the large mobile players.
In a world where the concept of applying Internet connectivity has been considered for almost all physical objects, it is unsurprising that the toy industry is increasingly involved in the development and sale of connected, ‘smart toys’.
Following a number of negotiations and policy reversals with state governments and operators, the EU Parliament finally voted in October 2015 to end mobile roaming charges in the EU by 2017. The EU roaming regulation adopted over the years has established caps on mobile tariffs and an automatic safeguard against data roaming bill shocks and for price transparency.
A new report published by Juniper Research on autonomous vehicles this week - Autonomous Vehicles: Adoption, Regulation & Business Models 2015-2025 - found that autonomous vehicles are likely to hit the road by 2019, with consumer adoption set to take off in 2021. The market has witnessed significant developments over the past 12-24 months with stakeholders now conducting live trials.
As outlined in Juniper’s recently published research report, Mobile Financial Services: Developing Markets 2015-2020, the mobile device is becoming the core enabler for the world’s poor to seek financial inclusion, with users of such services set to grow to 283 million by 2020.
Juniper’s recently published Smart Wearable Devices research highlights the use cases that will drive up adoption of the devices, which have had a lacklustre start, but are showing promise in spaces from activity tracking to the workplace.
Wearable technology is not yet mainstream. There is, as yet, no ‘killer app’ that makes smartwatches or smart glasses relevant to more consumers, but the market’s focus has changed over the past few months. The emphasis is now on expanding the range of devices, understanding how they can be best used and what business models they enable. One of the key emerging uses is that of quantified others.
This week Juniper published a new research on Civilian UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) – Drones: Consumer & Commercial Applications, Regulations & Opportunities 2015-2020.
Our research found that reduced component cost, increased competition and a greater number of consumer use cases means that around 4 million consumer drones will be shipped annually this year.