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Overview	
  	
  
Reiser	
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Personal	
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Wearable devices

  1. 1. Wearable  Devices  –  An  industrial   Overview     Reiser  Wang  
  2. 2. Two  Big  TransformaFons  of   Personal  CompuFng  Are  Underway   From PC-only to multiple personal device types Windows   iOS   Android   WinRT   Windows   Phone   From device-centric to service/content-centric Personalization Ne?lix   iCloud   Youtube   Facebook   AWS   Google   Chrome   2  
  3. 3. Emerging  DisrupFve  Technologies   Wrist-­‐ wear   Body-­‐ wear   Foot-­‐ wear   Eye-­‐wear   neck-­‐ wear   Product   Technology  
  4. 4. Wearable  Technology  Is  On  Track   To  Become  A  $50  Billion  Market   •  Credit  Suisse:   –  –  –  –  –  –  –  –  •  Wearable  tech  is  already  a  $3-­‐  to  $5  billion  market  today.     The  health  and  fitness  market  is  about  $2-­‐  to  $3  billion.   In  the  next  two  to  three  years,  it  could  skyrocket  to  $30-­‐  to  $50  billion.   There  are  more  than  250  million  installed  mobile  operaFng  systems  that  can  support   wearable  technology.     An  iWatch  could  generate  $10  billion  a  year  in  revenue  with  an  EPS  of  $3.30.  There  are   currently  only  nine  smartwatches  available  today.   Watches  are  a  $56  billion  market.   Regarding  retail  impact,  Nike,  Adidas,  and  Under  Armour  have  best  leveraged  wearables  to   enhance  the  fitness  experience  and  efficacy  of  their  products.   By  2020,  ba[eries  are  expected  to  be  2.2x  more  powerful.   IMS  Research  predicts     –  wearable  device  sales  will  climb  from  14  million  devices  sold  in  2011  to  170  million  in  2016.      
  5. 5. Market  ObservaFons  EVICES   TECHNOLOGIES  ARE  ENABLING  INTEROPERABILITY  OF  MOBILE  D •  •  •  •  Interoperability  is  the  trend  in   smartphone’s  post  peak-­‐growing  phase,   where  wearable  devices  may  play  a  role   being  the  most  inFmate  mobile  devices   for  end  users   Maturing  technologies  in  SoC  power   efficiency,  communicaFons  (Bluetooth  LE,   NFC,  etc),  sensors,  displays  enables  the   development  of  wearable  devices.   Key  categories  –  acFvity  trackers  (96%),   smart  watch  (3%),  smart  glasses  (<1%)   SFll  in  early  user  adopFon  phase,  to  be   expedited  with  more  applicaFons  and   new  categories.     Internet  Services   &  Contents   Wearable  Devices  
  6. 6. Industry-­‐  Small  Companies  Lead,  Pla?orms  Follow     •  Small,  privately-­‐owned  companies  lead  in  innovaFon   •  Lark  Technologies,  Jawbone,  BodyMedia,  FitBit,  Lively,   Nest       •  Larger  companies  are  increasing  investment   •  Nike,  Under  Armor,  Sony,  Ford,  Progressive,  Qualcomm,   Philips   •  The  big  consumer  pla?orms  will  all  play  a  role   •  Apple,  Google  Android,  Windows  Phone/RT,  Facebook  
  7. 7. Personal  Fitness  Devices   FITBIT  FLEX   NIKE+    FUELBAND   Chips  cataloged:   •  •  •  STMicroelectronics  32L151C6  Ultra  Low  Power  ARM  Cortex  M3  Microcontroller   Nordic  Semiconductor  nRF8001  Bluetooth  Low  Energy  ConnecFvity  IC   Charger  IC:  TI  BQ24040   •  •  •  •  •  •  Texas  Instruments  CC2540F128  2.4  GHz   Bluetooth  Low  Energy  SoC   •  •  •  •  Spansion  S25FL032PIF  Flash   STMicroelectronics  C3H  Accelerometer   Texas  Instruments  TXB0108ZXY  Power  Supply   and  Device  Controller   Texas  Instruments  TPS78218  Voltage   Regulator   Texas  Instruments  CC2564-­‐TIWI-­‐UB2   Bluetooth   Texas  Instruments  MSP430F5328IZQE   Microcontroller   STMicroelectronics-­‐STM32L151QCH6   Microcontrollers   Nike  BRS11   Nike  WM0105-­‐001_LED1   Texas  Instruments  BQ24040  Li-­‐lon   Management   STM32L15xxC  incorporates  the  connecFvity  power  of  the   universal  serial  bus  (USB)  with  the  high-­‐performance  ARM   Cortex  -­‐M3  32-­‐bit  RISC  core  operaFng  at  a  32  MHz   frequency,  a  memory  protecFon  unit  (MPU),   h[p://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Fitbit+Flex+Teardown/16050/1   h[p://www.chipworks.com/en/technical-­‐compeFFve-­‐analysis/resources/blog/ inside-­‐the-­‐nike-­‐fuelband-­‐nike-­‐chip-­‐inside/  
  8. 8. Google  Glass   h[p://www.electronicproducts.com/Computer_Peripherals/ CommunicaFon_Peripherals/How_Google_Glass_works.aspx   HTTP://WWW.NASDAQ.COM/ARTICLE/BREAKING-­‐GOOGLE-­‐GLASS-­‐INTO-­‐PIECES-­‐ THE-­‐COSTS-­‐OF-­‐PRODUCTION-­‐AND-­‐LIKELY-­‐RETAIL-­‐PRICE-­‐CM269835  

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