Technology and Innovation Reports
The TechVision group produces over 3000 research deliverables focussed on disruptive technologies, innovations and emerging convergence scenarios. Each deliverable provides an in-depth analysis, deep diving into the IP activity, funding, market potential, technology roadmaps and key industry participants of a specific technology or area based on industry/ research trends. Click here to see the latest research coverage and agenda.
TechVision Opportunity Engines
TechVision's industry analysts provide ongoing research articles to identify key partners for growth, technology research, collaboration, and licensing opportunities. These snap-shots of emerging technology developments from around the world bring clients timely, difficult-to-find technology intelligence that is likely to directly impact their company's strategic direction. Comprehensive coverage of 18 exclusive topic areas makes TechVision Opportunity Engines your radar screen to identify and navigate through global technology trends. Click the links below to view the most recent opportunity engine titles by topic.
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TechVision group help clients understand the implications of technology and innovation for their current and future existence, and it identifies, develops and implements growth opportunities. Having worked with companies across industries like automotive, aerospace, defence, chemicals, energy, ICT, healthcare as well as with Universities and Government agencies, the group primarily helps organisations understand, evaluate and prepare a pathway to manage the impact of quick and dynamic changes in technology.
This is done through tailored and customised consulting work and strategy workshops. Projects typically involve several phases from discovery, inform, evaluate, analyse, develop and implement a business plan and growth strategy.
TechVision group can deliver a bespoke workshop to an organisation to decipher technology and innovation phenomena – trends, landscape, foresight, and applications – that can have a tactical, near-term impact and/or a strategic, long-term bearing on a client organisation.
TechVision group has delivered such workshops for leading companies and organizations across industries, including Daimler, ESA, Reckitt Benckiser, Fincanteiri, European Commission, KISTI, ETRI, Orbotech, L'Oreal, Speedo, Kraft foods, and Honeywell, among several others. A complete list can be made available on request.
In today’s dynamic global business environment majority of growth processes are affected by Intellectual Property (IP). To uncover growth opportunities globally, and monetize the opportunities, alignment of IP strategy with corporate strategy becomes a business imperative. The unpredictable economic scenario necessitates stringent planning, informed decision-making, and protection of key IP assets for strategic growth. Intellectual Property Business Intelligence (IP-BI) can be used for more informed strategic decision making and formulating best IP protection strategy.
Key decision makers in every organization are confronted with questions such as: What are the new growth opportunity areas? Who are the major players in given technology area globally and locally? What are our competitors doing and how strong is their IP portfolio? What strategies and business models are working in given technology area? What would be a good M&A target and in which market? Regardless of which segment holds the most opportunity, there is a clear message that IP is at the center of exploiting that growth potential. IP is a hub with spokes directly impacting product development, R&D, legal enforcement, branding and marketing, market entry, as well as product perception.
The group’s continuous tracking and monitoring of recent IP policy related developments in major economies along with our expertise in IP analytics and access to best in class databases, uniquely position us to support our clients in their strategic decisions.
TechVision's Best Practices Awards recognize companies throughout a range of regional and global markets for superior leadership, technological innovation, and strategic product development. TechVision's industry analyst team benchmarks market participants and measures their performance through independent, primary interviews, and secondary industry research in order to evaluate and identify best practices.
TechVision's intent is to help drive innovation, excellence and a positive change in the global economy by recognizing best-in-class technologies, products, companies and individuals.
TechVision also picks best-in-class performers in the above mentioned areas specifically pertaining to their annual Top 50 emerging technologies, which represent the best of the best.
Some companies recognized recently for their superior performance include
Alcatel-Lucent for its performance in cyber-security solutions for utilities
Admera Health for technology innovation in Next-Gen Sequencing
Iteris for technology innovation in the Agronomic Predictive Industry
Divergent 3D for technology innovation in the chassis manufacturing industry
Memsic for technology innovation in Anisotropic Magnetoresistance sensors
PMD Technologies for technology innovation in 3D time-of-flight sensors
Bioptigen for technology innovation in Ophthalmic Imaging
Azotic for technology innovation in the fertilizer industry
Dilon Diagnostics for technology innovation in molecular breast imaging
Agribotix for technology innovation impacting the Precision Agriculture Industry