Health and Wearable Technology

Consumer health is a fast-growing sector where technology plays an increasingly important role in empowering consumers to support their own physical and emotional wellbeing.

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Consumers are increasingly drawn to products and services that empower them to play an active role in their health, with users seeking products that offer personalised experiences that fit into their lifestyles. The ability to connect and engage with consumers to inform behaviour and support measurable improvement - be it choices around diet and nutrition, adherence to medications, or activity and exercise - has become a key to market success.

Modern consumer health products combine flawless user experiences and sophisticated algorithms with inexpensive informatics. However, to rise to the top, market participants have to quickly adapt to users’ evolving expectations: standing out from the crowd requires more than repurposing the image sensor and accelerometers from a mobile phone.

As medical devices and consumer electronics continue to converge, TTP is helping clients across this spectrum to spot opportunities and develop breakthrough products and technologies.  

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