Topics: Information Technology
In anticipation for Gordon Nameni’s upcoming webinar “How to Dissect a Market Opportunity,” we are reposting a blog from last year. In the blog, Gordon shares more about the topics covered in this presentation, which he gave at a BCC Research live event in Boston and to students at Harvard University.
As the most important part of any shelter or building, roofing products must be chosen carefully. Roofing materials protect the outer layer of the roof from the elements, such as rain, hail, snow, sunlight, and living things, such as algae, microbes and wildlife. Roofing materials often depend on the region where the roof is being built, the climate and the structure’s purpose. Commonly used materials for roofing applications across the globe are asphalt shingle, wood shingle, metal roofing, roofing tile, slate and many others to conform to the needs of the residents.
Topics: Advanced Materials
Topics: Energy and Resources
Exciting innovations within the Internet of Things (IoT) are accelerating the market for the manufacturing of smart robotics to new heights, according to a recent webinar led by our senior editor Michael Sullivan. For example, Industry 4.0 initiatives such as simulation, cloud computing, augmented reality and cybersecurity are all playing a significant role in transforming industrial plants, processes and robots.
The global radar manufacturing market is expected to reach $35.7 billion by 2022, according to a recently published BCC Research report “Radar Manufacturing: Global Markets to 2022.” Here are five key trends our analysts identified in the report that are shaping the industry over the next five years.
Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors
With each flu season comes a new flu vaccine, but could this cycle be broken? According to a recent article in Scientific American, scientists are moving closer to a universal flu vaccine. Researchers at the University of Southern California are departing from the traditional vaccine, which relies on a cocktail consisting of several strains of killed virus.
“The new vaccine, by contrast, uses a live virus, so it elicits both an antibody response and T cell immunity—at least in lab ferrets and mice,” the article notes.
Topics: Life Sciences
The global market for food service contractors is expected to reach a whopping $527.9 billion by 2022, according to a recently published BCC Research report “Food Service Contractors: Global Markets to 2022.” Here are five key trends our analysts identified in the report that are shaping the industry in 2018 and beyond.
Topics: Food and Beverage