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Wearable Technology and Satellite IoT
Wearable technology has an enormous market size and potential
According to the report, the global wearable technology market size & share are valued at approximately $115.8 billion and subjected to achieve $380.5 billion by 2028 with around 18.5% of CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate).
Wearable technology and the Internet of Things
Our modern lives are omnipresent with the Internet of Things wearable devices. It is also essential for medical wearable devices deployed in healthcare that enable remote monitoring of patients' health status to receive efficient treatment. They also assist in diagnosing diseases before they worsen, allowing patients to get a cure at the earliest possible time.
Or other wristwear products such as smartwatches are used to track our activity in fitness and outdoors. Prominent market players such as Apple, Garmin, and Fitbit upgrade their products through relentless technological investment to catch up with the need of the increasingly demanding consumers.
Challenges: connectivity and power consumption
With IoT technology, wearable devices collect essential data and provide insightful information if they connect to the internet. However, 90% of the earth's surface has no mobile coverage due to the absence of terrestrial infrastructures.
On the other hand, power consumption and battery life are significant challenges in the wearable sector. An optimal power consumption system of the devices helps to extend the length of the battery life, and this is proven to be vital in life-saving tracking.
Sateliot's solution: satellite-based 5G NB-IoT connectivity
Narrowband IoT is a low-power wide-area network technology designed to connect devices that are not traditionally connected to the internet, an excellent option for devices in remote areas with no cellular coverage and requirements for extended battery life.
And Sateliot's offering: satellite-based 5G NB-IoT connectivity, is set to tackle the restraints in wearable sectors. We are the first satellite communications operator to provide IoT connectivity over standard 5G NB-IoT. Our constellation works as cell towers in Space, extending mobile operator coverage and providing global connectivity to unmodified commercial terrestrial devices wherever possible.
In addition, unlike traditional satellite operators, we provide satellite connectivity under the 3GPP standard protocol; it does not need significant incremental hardware investments and allows commercial NB-IoT devices to connect directly to our satellite.
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