Global Outlook for Medical Devices for the Internet of Things 2023-2028: Forecasts for High Technology and Emerging Markets

Dublin, 17 March 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–“The 2022 Global Outlook for Medical Devices for the Internet of Things (Iot) (Forecast 2023-2028) – Emerging Markets and High Tech Report” has been added to Show.

The report contains accurate and timely market statistics and forecasts in the market for more than 50 countries.

Estimates for sales of equipment or materials (value of product shipments) are published historically for the period 2016 to 2019, forecasts for 2020 to 2022 and forecasts for the period 2023 to 2028. Product shipments include the total value of all products produced and shipped by all producers. For specific products, this can represent the value of receipts, the value of production or the value of the work done. More than 50 countries are mentioned in this report in addition to the global and regional summaries. The value of product shipments is shown in US dollars and local currency units for historical and forecast years.

Published annually, this report provides a unique and accurate estimation of the market size of this equipment/materials using a proprietary economic model integrating historical trends (horizontal analysis) and longitudinal analysis of the combined industries (vertical analysis).

Regional summaries include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East. The percent shares for each region are shown as a share of the global market.

Product shipment values ​​are also broken down by related costs, such as the cost of materials, the cost of fuel/electricity, contract work, and value added, as well as capital expenditures, such as expenses on buildings, machinery, vehicles, and computers.

These markets have been classified as “emerging markets” because their annual growth rate is above seven percent, which is the historical average return for the New York Stock Exchange. Therefore, any market, industry, investment or growth rate that exceeds the number one investment market in the world will be considered an above average growth rate. They are also categorized as “high tech” markets because they are new and developing markets that are currently small but are expected to have extraordinary potential in the next five years.

Main topics covered:

A – general summary

B- Regional Summary

B1 – North America

B2 – Europe

B3 – Asia Pacific

B4 – Latin America

B5 – Africa

B6 – Middle East

C – country details

1 – Argentina

2 – Australia

3 – Austria

4 – Bangladesh

5- Belgium

6 – Brazil

7 – Bulgaria

8 – Canada

9- Chile

9- China

9- Czech Republic

10- Denmark

11- Egypt

12- Finland

13- France

14- Germany

15 – Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China

16 – Hungary

17 – India

18- Indonesia

20- Islamic Republic of Iran

21- Ireland

22- Israel

23- Italy

24- Japan

25- Republic of Korea

26- Malaysia

27- Mexico

28- Netherlands

29- New Zealand

30- Nigeria

31- Norway

32- Pakistan

33- Philippines

34- Poland

35- Portugal

36 – Puerto Rico

37- Romania

38 – Russian Federation

39- Saudi Arabia

40- Singapore

41- South Africa

42- Spain

43- Sweden

44- Switzerland

45- Turkey

46- United Arab Emirates

47- United Kingdom

48- United States

49- Venezuela, RB

50- Vietnam

D – appendix

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