Insights from BCC Research

Artificial Intelligence: The Future of Airport Security?

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Jan 8, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Airport Security

Traveling for the holidays, you may have wished for a smoother, more efficient airport security process – one with shorter lines and fewer checkpoints. Thankfully, multiple companies are developing security devices powered by artificial intelligence (AI) in order to reduce time, increase effectivity and drive the future of security devices at large.

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Topics: Engineering

Insect Repellent Products: Ingredients That Fuel the Market

Posted by Mohammed Javed and Sarah Gallo on Dec 28, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Insect Repellent Products

Mosquitoes are responsible for spreading three of the deadliest insect-borne diseases in the world: malaria, dengue and yellow fever. Of these, malaria impacts the most people worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), about 40% of the world’s population is at risk for malaria. Two of the most effective ways to protect oneself against insect-borne diseases are through proper insect repellent use and increased awareness across the globe.

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Topics: Chemicals

Medical Tourism Boosts International Healthcare Access

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Dec 19, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Medical Tourism

From fertility treatments to orthopedic surgeries, medical treatments at large are in high demand across the globe. However, not everyone has equal access to cost-effective, high-quality medical treatment and, as a result, medical tourism has gained much popularity in the global healthcare industry in recent years.

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Topics: Healthcare, Life Sciences

Lithium Battery Recycling Market Booms as Environmental Concerns Rise

Posted by Sarah Gallo on Dec 14, 2018 11:00:00 AM

Lithium Battery Recycling

Many companies regularly recycle batteries in order to reduce both environmental pollution and waste. However, more and more companies have begun focusing their attention on recycling lithium batteries, in particular. Why? According to a recent webinar led by BCC Research analyst Srikanth Reddy, they’re everywhere.

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Topics: Fuel Cell and Battery Technologies