Comunicati.net - Comunicati pubblicati - PR Newswire Turismo Comunicati.net - Comunicati pubblicati - PR Newswire Turismo Mon, 27 Mar 2017 06:44:17 +0200 Zend_Feed_Writer 1.11.10 (http://framework.zend.com) http://comunicati.net/utenti/7632/1 PRN: UK Games Developers Continue Their Adventures - TIGA Mon, 27 Mar 2017 01:01:36 +0200 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426581.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426581.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

UK Games Developers Continue Their Adventures - TIGA

  [26-March-2017]  

LONDON, March 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

TIGA, the network for games developers and digital publishers and the trade association representing the video games industry, released a new report today which showed that the most popular genre of games released by UK development studios in 2016 was Action/Adventure games. The Action/Adventure genre has now topped the TIGA genre league table for three consecutive years. The popularity of Action/Adventure games looks set to continue in 2017, with successful releases such as Sniper Elite 4 from Rebellion.

TIGA's report, Zest for Adventure, is based on extensive research of 200 games released in 2016 by 147 UK studios. The report examines games released on various desktop, console, mobile and VR platforms. Studios of all sizes were included
in the report, including small, medium and large development studios and both independent and in-house development studios were included in the analysis.

Zest for Adventure includes in-depth case studies with studios including Centrifuge Ltd, Future Games of London, First Touch Games, Funky Panda Games, Preloaded, Strawdogs and Supermassive Games.

The report reveals the following key findings.

  • The most popular genre of game released in 2016 was Action/Adventure, making up 24.5 per cent of all games studied. Other popular genres were Arcade titles, which accounted for 15 per cent of releases and Strategy games, which made up 12.5 per cent of releases.
  • The two most popular platforms for UK studios during 2016 were iOS devices and Windows desktop, accounting for a combined 41 per cent share of all game releases at a near even split. Android was also popular, with 18 per cent of all games released in the last year also appearing on the mobile operating system. The marketplaces on these platforms offer comparatively open stores for developers and provide a large consumer base, hence their popularity.
  • Different genres bring different challenges and opportunities.  For example, while studios releasing Casual Games have the advantage of being able to reach a huge market this is counter-balanced by the sheer volume of competition in this space.

Dr Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO, said:

"TIGA's report reveals three principal findings. Firstly, UK developers have a zest for adventure: almost a quarter of all games examined in our report were action and adventure games. This points to the enduring popularity of the genre amongst consumers and developers.

"Secondly, the most popular platforms for UK studios in 2016 were iOS devices and Windows desktop, responsible for a combined 41 per cent share of all game releases. These platforms are comparatively simple for developers to access and they provide an enormous consumer base.

"Thirdly, different genres bring different challenges and opportunities to games developers. For studios releasing Casual Games, there is the advantage of being able to reach a huge market but this is counter-balanced by the sheer volume of competition in this space. In the case of Horror Games there is significant scope for innovation and social gaming, but studios may need to have a wide mix of skillsets, including people with experience in film, entertainment, narrative and gameplay.

"Overall, our report Zest for Adventure shows that UK games developers are creating, producing and releasing games across a wide range of genres. This confirms the breadth of creativeness, imaginativeness and inventiveness within the sector."

About TIGA 

TIGA is a not for profit network for games developers and digital publishers and the trade association representing the video games industry. 80% of our board members are developers and/or from UK owned businesses, and 50% of our board are UK business owners themselves. Since 2010, TIGA has won 24 business awards and commendations, an achievement which demonstrates our drive to meet and to exceed best practice. TIGA focuses on three sets of activities: 

- political representation;

- profile raising; and

- business services.


This means that TIGA members' voices are heard in the corridors of power and positively represented in the international, national, regional and trade media. TIGA's activities also serve to enhance the competitiveness of our members by providing benefits that make a material difference to their businesses, including a reduction in costs and improved commercial opportunities.

Get in touch: 

- Tel: +44(0)845-468-2330

- Email: info@tiga.org 

- Web: http://www.tiga.org 

- Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tigamovement 

- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TIGAMovement 

- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/tiga 

- Dr Richard Wilson, TIGA CEO: richard.wilson@tiga.org 

 

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PRN: GALA SPA AWARDS 2017: Ana Ivanović Becomes "Beauty Idol" 2017 Sun, 26 Mar 2017 11:51:13 +0200 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426573.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426573.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

GALA SPA AWARDS 2017: Ana Ivanović Becomes "Beauty Idol" 2017

  [26-March-2017]  

BADEN-BADEN, Germany, March 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Glamorous award ceremony in Baden-Baden: winners for the best international care products and spas have been honored in Baden-Baden / Franziska van Almsick wins the "Special Prize" for her social engagement with children

Last night, the GALA SPA AWARDS 2017 took place in Baden-Baden. This marks the 21st time that people and lifestyle magazine GALA, together with Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, has awarded the renowned commendation, which has become one of the most important beauty and spa awards worldwide. The most innovative beauty products, best international care concepts and most beautiful hotels were honored at a glamorous award ceremony. The experts did not have an easy task: with more than 260 product submissions, the number of applications was higher than ever this year. Just like in previous years, the highlights of the evening included the two outstanding personalities who were announced the "Beauty Idol" of the year and received the "Special Prize".

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The "Beauty Idol" of the year is Ana Ivanović. She combines natural beauty with athleticism and elegance. Regarded as the most beautiful tennis player in professional sports, she has been number one in the world rankings and started studying business management early on to set the course for her professional life after her active sports career. Ana Ivanović's social engagement includes her role as Unicef ambassador for her native country, Serbia. With more than four million fans and followers on her social media channels, the former professional athlete is a role model who motivates many people. Be it in sports, at breakfast or when strolling through a farmer's market, Ivanović lives up to her "healthy living" motto. Her hashtag "#anahealthyliving" conveys a conscious lifestyle to her followers that includes a healthy and enjoyable diet as well as exercise and fun. The judging panel honored her as "Beauty Idol" 2017 for her inspiring personality.

This year's "Special Prize" goes to Franziska van Almsick who is still one of Germany's most popular sports personalities. Today she is dedicated to helping other people. When van Almsick became a mother herself, she decided to support children. In 2010, she founded "Franziska van Almsick Schwimmkids e.V.", an association advocating free, qualified swimming lessons in German schools. Her topmost concern is that every child learns to swim so that they feel safe when they step into water. By awarding her the "Special Prize", the judging panel thanked Franziska van Almsick for her special contribution.

Some 200 invited guests gathered for the award ceremony at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, including representatives from the cosmetics industry as well as renowned representatives of the luxury hotel industry, culture and show business sectors. Prominent guests included Maria Höfl-Riesch, Verona Pooth, Eva Padberg, Ursula Karven, Julia Dietze, Wolke Hegenbarth, Thomas Heinze, Jorge Gonzalez, Franziska Knuppe, Lisa Martinek, Michi Beck, Carolina Vera and Birthe Wolter, among others. Designer Guido Maria Kretschmer hosted the evening. Following the award ceremony, British singer Jasmine Thompson delighted the audience with an acoustic con! cert.

In addition to co-initiator Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, event sponsors Aigner, BMW, Fabletics, La Biosthétique, Pommery, Shiseido, and UND Gretel made a vital contribution to the success of this year's GALA SPA AWARDS.

The winners of the GALA SPA AWARDS 2017 at a glance: 

"Beauty Idol" category:
Ana Ivanović

"Special Prize" category:
Franziska van Almsick

"Luxury Concepts" category:
La Mer - The Serum Essence

"Innovation Concepts" category:
Sisley - Sisleÿa l'Intégral Anti-Âge

"Cult Concepts" category:
Freiöl - Pflegeöl (skincare oil)

"Men Concepts" category:
Pharmos Natur - Pharmos Natur for Men (Body & Power Lotion, Cleansing & Shaving Gel, Effect Serum)

"Organic Concepts" category:
Santaverde - Age Protect Fluid & Serum

"Treatment Concepts" category:
Dorissima - Siddhartha Hamam Signature Treatment

"Luxury Hotel City/Resort" category:
Schloss Elmau Luxury Spa Retreat & Cultural Hideaway, Germany

"Innovative Spa Concepts" category:
Six Senses Douro Valley, Portugal

For more information please visit http://spa-awards.gala.de/ .

About the GALA SPA AWARDS 

The GALA SPA AWARDS is one of the most important international beauty and spa awards. Only first-class care products and hotels/locations that meet the holistic requirements of the GALA SPA AWARDS are honored. The independent judging panel comprises the following members: medical aesthetics physicians Dr. Barbara Sturm and Dr. Susanne Steinkraus, stress management and time-out coach Susanne Preiss, television presenter Judith Rakers, dermatologist and cosmetic science professor Dr. Martina Kerscher, CEO of Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa Frank Marrenbach, stylist and publisher Armin Morbach, GALA editor-in-chief Anne Meyer-Minnemann, head of the GALA beauty department Frie Kicherer, and GALA beauty editor Ariane Häusler.

Press contact

GALA
PR / Kommunikation
Theda Harms
Gruner + Jahr GmbH & Co KG
phone: +49(0)40/3703-2980
e-mail: harms.theda@guj.de
http://www.gala.de


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PRN: Maldives Immigration Wins IAIR Award Fri, 24 Mar 2017 21:00:37 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426528.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426528.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Maldives Immigration Wins IAIR Award

  [24-March-2017]  

MILAN, March 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The Controller General of Immigration from Maldives Mr. Mohamed Anwar and the Deputy Controller Mr. Abdulla Algeen have received the prestigious international IAIR Award for the most innovative high security ePassport and eGates 

The IAIR award was handed over to both government officials from Maldives Immigration during an official award ceremony in Milan, Italy, on Friday 24th March 2017. The IAIR Awards are one of the world´s leading ranking systems. Experts from all over the world are selecting the best technologies and solutions.

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Maldives Immigration has implemented a new electronic passport with 27 of the most advanced security features, which makes the Maldives ePassport one of the most secure and world leading security documents today. Every visa page of the Maldives ePassport has its own creative design, which is another unique feature of the new travel document. Furthermore, the new Maldives ePassport has a highly secure polycarbonate data page with laser engraving, which is extremely durable and secure.

In combination with the latest electronic gates for automatic border clearance, the Maldives Immigration have evolved to one of the most modern border control systems for their citizens in the world today. The new eGates automatically check passports as well as fingerprint and facial biometrics. This speeds up border control and provides more convenience to the Maldives' citizens.

During the award ceremony, it was mentioned that the Maldives government had selected the German company DERMALOG in 2015 to supply them with the new ePassports and eGates, based on the innovative requirements and new ideas of Maldives Immigration.

Press contact:
DERMALOG Identification Systems GmbH
Media Relations
Jan Runzheimer
Mittelweg 120
20148 Hamburg
Germany
Tel: +49(40)413227-0
Fax: +49(40)413227-89
Email: info@dermalog.com

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PRN: Workforce Management Product and Market Report 2017: WFM Market to Grow by 8% in 2017 and 2018, and by 9% in 2019, 2020 and 2021 - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 20:15:13 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426526.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426526.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Workforce Management Product and Market Report 2017: WFM Market to Grow by 8% in 2017 and 2018, and by 9% in 2019, 2020 and 2021 - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "2017 Workforce Management Product and Market Report" report to their offering.

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Our tenth annual report on workforce management (WFM) delivers an incisive and comprehensive analysis of vendors, products, pricing and best practices for this IT sector. The report is designed to help organizations select the right solution, technology, functionality and partner to meet their existing and future front- and back-office WFM needs.

2016 was a good year for this mature IT sector, which grew by 8.8%, adding 871,999 new seats. The WFM market is positioned for strong performance, driven by the need for flexible and accurate omni-channel WFM solutions that help companies deliver a personalized experience cost effectively. WFM vendors are finally listening to their customers.

The vendors are starting to invest in new technology and approaches, including next-gen WFM and intraday management capabilities, which have the potential to greatly improve the effectiveness of these solutions. DMG expects the WFM market to grow by 8% in 2017 and 2018, and by 9% in 2019, 2020 and 2021. The rate of growth could increase if the pace of innovation picks up.

The 2017 Contact Center Workforce Management Product and Market Report provides an in-depth analysis of the WFM market, competitors, suites, competitive landscape, innovation, end-user satisfaction, as well as market, business and servicing trends and challenges. It analyzes WFM market activity and provides 5-year market projections. Eight leading and contending vendors are covered: ActiveOps, Aspect, Calabrio, Intradiem, NICE, Teleopti, Verint and WorkFlex. ActiveOps, Intradiem and WorkFlex, are covered at a higher level.


Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction

3. Research Methodology
3.1 Report Participation Criteria

4. Workforce Management Market Segments
4.1 WFM Vendor-Supported Market Segments

5. Vendor Service Delivery Models
5.1 Service Delivery Definitions
5.2 Vendor Service Delivery Options

6. Workforce Management Functional Building Blocks
6.1 Core, Value-Added, Optional
6.2 Vendor High-Level WFM Suite Capabilities

7. WFM Fundamentals
7.1 Forecasting
7.2 Scheduling
7.3 Intraday Management and Automation
7.4 Shrinkage
7.5 Real-Time Adherence
7.6 Dashboards and Reporting
7.7 Long-Term Planning

8. High Level Technical Summary
8.1 Security
8.2 Integration Capabilities
8.3 Globalization

9. Workforce Management Trends and Challenges for 2017
9.1 WFM Trends for 2017
9.2 WFM Challeng! es for 2017

10. Workforce Management Market Innovation
10.1 New Product Features
10.2 Emerging Capabilities

11. The Future of Contact Center WFM
11.1 The WFM Challenge
11.2 NewGen WFM: WFM Reimagined
11.3 NewGen WFM Improves the Staffing Paradigm
11.4 Benefits of NewGen WFM

12. Intraday Management is Key to NewGen WFM
12.1 Improving Intraday Management
12.2 Introducing Real-Time Adaptive Scheduling for WFM
12.3 The Difference between Real-Time Adaptive WFM and Intraday Management

13. More Than a Productivity Tool
13.1 WFM Features to Support Agent Engagement
13.1.1 Agent Self-Service
13.1.2 Gamification
13.1.3 Time-Off Management and Work/Life Balance
13.1.4 Mobility
13.2 WFM Solutions Build Customer Engagement
13.2.1 Omni-Channel Capabilities
13.2.2 Multi-Skill Capabilities

14. Back-Office Departments Are Essential to the Customer Experienc! e
14.1 Back-Office WFO Suites to the Rescue
14.2 Bac! k-Office WFM
14.3 Vendor Back-Office/Branch Capabilities
14.4 Benefits of Back-Office/Branch WFM
14.5 Back-Office/Branch WFM ROI

15. Workforce Management Market Activity Analysis
15.1 Validating Market Numbers
15.2 WFM Market Share Analysis

16. Workforce Management Market Adoption

17. Workforce Management Projections

18.Contact Center Workforce Management Competitive Landscape
18.1 WFM Vendor Summaries

19. Workforce Management Vendors and Solutions
19.1 Company Snapshot
19.2 Vendor Offerings and Products
19.3. Packaged Solutions
19.4. SMB Solutions

20. Workforce Management Benefits and Return on Investment
20.1 Contact Center WFM Benefits
20.2 Contact Center ROI Analysis

21. Implementation Analysis
21.1 Implementation Process
21.2 Implementation Best Practices
21.3 Training and Services
21.4 Maintenance and Support

22. Pricin! g
22.1 Premise-Based Price Range, by Solution
22.2 Premise-Based Pricing
22.3 Cloud-Based Pricing
22.4 Cloud-Based Pricing for Incremental WFM Modules

23. Workforce Management Vendor Satisfaction Analysis
23.1 Survey Methodology
23.2 Survey Findings and Analysis
23.3 Detailed Survey Findings and Analysis
23.4 Customer Insights

24. Company Reports
24.1 ActiveOps Ltd.
24.2 Aspect Software, Inc.
24.3 Calabrio
24.4 Intradiem
24.5 NICE
24.6 Teleopti AB
24.7 Verint Systems
24.8 WorkFlex Solutions LLC

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/394xf8/2017_workforce


Media Contact:


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PRN: India Mattress Market Outlook 2022: Rise in Housing Demand Due to Demonization Will Generate a New Wave of Opportunity for Home Furnishing Products Like Mattresses - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 20:00:09 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426525.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426525.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

India Mattress Market Outlook 2022: Rise in Housing Demand Due to Demonization Will Generate a New Wave of Opportunity for Home Furnishing Products Like Mattresses - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "India Mattress Market Outlook, 2022" report to their offering.

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The report gives an in-depth analysis of mattress industry in India. The growth in mattress market is largely led by the domestic factors such as increased income levels and also due to infrastructural development in terms of increased number of residential units and inflating number of hotels in the country.

The organized mattress market encompasses of three types of mattresses namely Coir, PU foam and spring mattress. Indian consumers usually prefer a coir mattress or a foam mattress but the demand is now changing towards spring mattresses. Globally, majority of sales is in the spring mattress segment while in India the spring mattress category is at a nascent stage.

According to India Mattress Market Outlook, 2022, market share of unorganized players is expected to drop drastically in coming years. The Indian mattress market, which is tightly in the grip of the unorganized sector led by the street-side shop and the local ginner, is fast shifting towards branded mattresses. The organized sector is growing with rising demand of good quality mattresses among Indian consumers. Nowadays, consumers have even started buying from international brands because of their high quality and contemporary products.


Companies Mentioned

  • Coirfoam (India) Private Limited
  • Duroflex India
  • Emirates Sleep Systems Pvt. Ltd.
  • Godrej Interio (GI)
  • Kurlon Enterprise Limited
  • Peps Industries Pvt. Ltd.
  • Sealy India Trading Pvt. Ltd.
  • Sheela Foam Pvt. Ltd.
  • Simmons Bedding & Furniture (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Springfit Marketing Inc.
  • Springwel Mattresses Pvt. Ltd.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Global Mattress Market Outlook

3. India Mattress Market Outlook

4. India Organized Mattress Market Outlook

5. Product Price & Variant Analysis

6. India Economic Snapshot

7. Raw Material

8. Manufacturing Process

9. Policy & Regulatory Landscape

10. Trade Dynamics

11. Channel Partner Analysis

12. India Mattress Market Dynamics

13. Market Trends & Developments

14. Competitive Landscape

15. Strategic Recommendation

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vtt5xl/india_mattress

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PRN: Research and Markets - Global Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Market to Grow at a CAGR of 82%, 2017-2021 with Daimler, Honda, Hyundai & Toyota Dominating Fri, 24 Mar 2017 19:34:05 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426524.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426524.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Research and Markets - Global Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Market to Grow at a CAGR of 82%, 2017-2021 with Daimler, Honda, Hyundai & Toyota Dominating

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Market 2017-2021" report to their offering.

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The global hydrogen fuel cell vehicle market to grow at a CAGR of 82.06% during the period 2017-2021.

The report, Global Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the Key vendors operating in this market.

The latest trend gaining momentum in the market is production of clean hydrogen fuel (green fuel). The conventional method to produce hydrogen gas releases GHGs that can diminish the zero-emission advantage of HFCVs. Therefore, R&D to produce hydrogen through clean methods, known as a green fuel, with zero carbon emissions are under progress. Such methods involve renewable energy sources. One such method that is in practice is electrolysis.

According to the report, one of the major drivers for this market is development of infrastructure to produce hydrogen. Fuel cell electric vehicles use hydrogen as the primary fuel cell. Currently, around 80 million tons of hydrogen is produced each year worldwide at an average price of $1.75/kg. The global fuel cell market requires the additional production of 90 million tons annually to sustain growth. Significant investments are being made to scale up the production of hydrogen and develop ! clean and emission-free hydrogen production technologies.

Further, the report states that one of the major factors hindering the growth of this market is reduced HRS and high initial cost of development. The installation of electric vehicle chargers is easy and inexpensive owing to the advances in technologies such as wireless chargers and DC fast chargers, and residential charging units are also available for PEVs. On the contrary, HRS cannot be installed in any residential unit and the installation costs accounts for more than $1 million.

Key vendors

  • Daimler
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Toyota

Other Prominent Vendors

  • Audi
  • Ballard Power Systems
  • BMW
  • Fuel Cell Energy
  • GM
  • Hydrogenics
  • MAN

Key Topics Covered:

PART 01: Executive summary

PART 02: Scope of the report

PART 03: Market research methodology

PART 04: Introduction

PART 05: Market landscape

PART 06: Market segmentation by vehicle type

PART 07: Geographic segmentation

PART 08: Market drivers

PART 09: Market challenges

PART 10: Market trends

PART 11: Vendor landscape

PART 12: Key vendor analysis

PART 13: Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/zj6hg5/global_hydrogen

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Research and Markets
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PRN: Global Digital Oilfield Market Report 2017-2021: Migration of Drilling into Unconventional Areas Drives the Market - US Likely to Overtake Russia and Saudi Arabia - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 19:00:10 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426523.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426523.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Global Digital Oilfield Market Report 2017-2021: Migration of Drilling into Unconventional Areas Drives the Market - US Likely to Overtake Russia and Saudi Arabia - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Digital Oilfield Market 2017-2021" report to their offering.

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Global digital oilfield market to grow at a CAGR of 4.68% during the period 2017-2021.

The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global digital oilfield market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global digital oilfield market for the period 2017-2021.  The report also includes a discussion of the Key vendors operating in this market.

According to the report, one driver in the market is the migration of drilling into unconventional areas. One of the most striking outcomes of the current generation of oil and gas exploration is the reaffirmation of the fact that the era of easy oil is coming to an end. This has resulted not only in inflated costs of hydrocarbon acquisition but also displaced the operations geographically. Much of the past century reported drilling operations at established locations in the world. The major hydrocarbon-rich regions around the globe were identified in the early 20th century, and most operations were based out of these areas for the next century or so. However, things have started to change significantly now, and the E&P companies have started to look at unconventional avenues for exploration.

One trend in the market is the growth of unconventional resources. The growing demand from India, China, and the countries in the Middle East are pushing the oil and gas industry to explore the various unconventional forms of energy such as shale gas. According to the World Energy Outlook of the International Energy Agency (IEA), the demand for energy may rise by more than a third by 2035 owing to a 60% growth in standards of living in India, China, and the Middle Eastern countries. The IEA predicted that the US will likely overtake Russia and Saudi Arabia by 2017 and aims at becoming a net explorer of oil by 2030.

Further, the report states that one challenge in the market is the cyber security concerns. Cyber-attacks are one of the ma! in concerns in the global oil and gas industry. The growing adoption of smart oilfield technologies has made oil and gas companies dependent on data generation and analysis to sustain their production. With advances in technology, the risks associated with cyber thefts have also increased.

Market Dynamics

Market Drivers

  • Migration of drilling into unconventional areas
  • Constant demand for oil and gas
  • Reduction in production costs
  • Increase in E&P activities post seismic survey implementation
  • Demand for real-time information

Market challenges

  • Cyber security concerns
  • Decreasing oil rig counts
  • Focus on reduction of NPT

Market trends

  • Growth of unconventional resources
  • Development of 4D seismic survey technology
  • Growing use of big data analytics and IoT
  • Seismic integration to reduce exploration risk

Key vendors

  • Baker Hughes
  • Halliburton
  • Honeywell International
  • Schlumberger
  • Weatherford International

Other prominent vendors

  • ABB
  • Accenture
  • China National Petroleum Corporation
  • eLynx Technologies
  • Emerson Electric
  • Enbase Energy Technology
  • ExxonMobil
  • GlobaLogix
  • Kongsberg Gruppen
  • MicroSeismic
  • Moxa
  • Paradigm
  • Pason Systems
  • Petrolink
  • Redline Communications
  • Rockwell Automation
  • Schneider Electric
  • Shell
  • Siemens
  • Sinopec

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r8c4bl/global_digital

Media Contact:

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PRN: The House of Angostura Named World Class Distillery 2017, Awarded Six Gold Medals by World Spirits Awards Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:51:25 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426522.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426522.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

The House of Angostura Named World Class Distillery 2017, Awarded Six Gold Medals by World Spirits Awards

  [24-March-2017]  

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, March 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In a stellar performance, The House of Angostura has been awarded the coveted title of World Class Distillery 2017 at this year's World Spirits Awards (WSA), as well as Gold Medals for five of its rums and for its newest distillation: Amaro di ANGOSTURA®.

Only 25 distilleries around the world are named World Class by the WSA. To qualify as "World Class" the distillery must be awarded 92-100 points.

Of the House of Angostura's International Rum Range, Gold Medals were awarded to: Angostura® Reserva, Angostura 1824®, Angostura 1919®, Angostura® 7 Year Old Rum, and Angostura® 5 Year Old Rum. The newly launched Angostura® 1787 received a Silver Medal.

Amaro di ANGOSTURA® which has taken the Amaro market by storm also received a Gold Medal from the WSA for the second year in a row, with judges noting the drink's "coherent herb and root mixture… sumptuous sugar sweetness [and] delicate pepper-chilli hotness," which make it unique in the class.

Established 14 years ago, the World Spirits Awards prides itself in setting the ultimate benchmark in the world of spirits using a transparent, accurate 100-point WOB evaluation system. The competition is themed "Simply the best in spirits," and relies on the unsurpassed quality of its jury, which is meticulously trained and highly qualified.

"The House of Angostura appreciates this honour," says Chief Executive Officer Genevieve Jodhan, "We take deep pride in our almost 200-year history of quality, creativity and innovation and we are extremely pleased to be recognised by the WSA."

Press Contact: Jillian Kalloo jkalloo@angostura.com THE HOUSE OF ANGOSTURA

Here's what the World Spirits Awards said about the House of Angostura's Amaro and Rums!

Amaro di ANGOSTURA® - Gold Fragrance: Nice bitterness portfolio, Cola and orange associations, wild berries, roots, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, honey, liquorice, vanilla, dried fruits, lovage, thyme, coca leaf. Taste: Coherent herb and root mixture, a lot of citrus freshness, orange peel, somewhat oily and ethereal, pith, gentian, vermouth, lovage, bay, cinnamon, a lot of ginger, black pepper, sumptuous sugar sweetness, delicate pepper-chilli hotness, compact body, long-lasting finish.

Angostura® Reserva - Gold Fragrance: Typical Carribean rum stylistics, some wood and roast aromas, subtle rum ester, coconut, strawberry, lime freshness, pineapple, raisins, chocolate and banana, floral touch, tobacco. Taste: Classic rum ester notes, milky and creamy, strong wood texture, cocoa, white chocolate, fresh top notes, lime, raspberry, pear, banana, lychee, mango, melon, some green spiciness, very dense, long and harmonious.

Angostura® 7 year old Rum - Gold Fragrance: Elegant aromas, rum ester and wood mixture, sponge, artichoke, orange, peach, somewhat yeasty and grape-like, subtly nutty and roasty, coconut, prunes, almonds, dark chocolate, coffee, vanilla, malt candies, tobacco, rosehip. Taste: Rather subtle rum character, subtle rum ester, a lot of brandy-like wood notes, sponge, artichoke, tangerine, dark chocolate, green nuts, caramel, banana, malty and roasty sweetness, tight body, good length,

Angostura 1919® â€�“ Gold Fragrance: Nice sugar cane stylistics, iced coffee appeals, a lot of vanilla, wafers, chocolate, nutty, exotic touch, orange, pineapple, peach, coconut, coffee, cocoa, caramel, mocha and roast aromas, slightly smoky notes, floral touch, tobacco. Leather:  Taste: Elegant rum ester, subtle brandy texture, grapefruit, subtly roasty, tobacco-like and smoky, yeasty, vanilla, nougat chocolate, raisins, opulent sweetness, harmonious and tight, long-lasting finish.

Angostura® 5 year old Rum - Gold Fragrance: Aroma symbiosis of molasses and brandy wood, rum ester, banana, strawberry, raspberry, apple, plum, molasses, apricot, coconut, rosehip, a lot of vanilla and roast notes, some caramel, raisins, honey, cocoa, dark chocolate, a touch of tobacco. Taste: Subtlest rum texture, juicy and soft, artichoke, strong wood and roast notes, nougat chocolate, caramel, a lot of vanilla, plum, tobacco, floral aspects, orange blossoms, malt sweetness, good balance, long finish.

Angostura 1824® - Gold Fragrance: Broad aroma image, subtlest ester notes, reminiscent of brandy, apricot, strawberry, tangerine, artichoke, some rosehip, slightly petrol-like, leather, tobacco, vanilla, delicately nutty, some lovage. Taste: Great interplay of rum ester and wood, caramel and candy associations, some peach, green-nutty, roast-like and smoky, clear rum ester, rum pot, coconut, banana, prunes, delicate dark chocolate, yeast, rather lot of sweetness, but still harmonious, tight body, good length.

Angostura® 1787 - Silver Fragrance: Reminiscent of molasses, aged in brandy casks, roasty and iodine, subtle rum ester, a lot of fruit ester, banana, vanilla, coconut, apricot, cherry, some lovage, dried pear, caramel, floral aspects. Taste: Fragrance copy on the palate, subtle rum character, mango, peach, nougat, a lot of dried pears, delicate, green herb bouquet, leather, coffee, tobacco, honey, clear sugar sweetness, good tightness and length, liqueur-like in the finish.

NOTES FOR EDITORS

THE HOUSE OF ANGOSTURA

Capitalising on its heritage as the world's most well-known maker of aromatic bitters, the House of Angostura has catapulted into the 21st century with an exquisite range of rums, the magnificent Amaro di ANGOSTURA® and of course, ANGOSTURA® aromatic bitters and ANGOSTURA® orange bitters, now in demand in more than 170 countries across the world. The House of Angostura, distinguished by its excellence, has been recognized over the centuries by the granting of Royal Warrants of Appointment to the royal households of Great Britain, Prussia, Spain and Sweden as suppliers of Angostura aromatic bitters. The House of Angostura has been producing fine rums for 130 years, mastering the art of aging and blending. The House of Angostura's superior rums are helping to redefine the rum category as one with equal sophistication, craftsmanship and artistry to spirits like whisky.

About the World Spirits Awards

The mission of The World Spirits Awards is to establish, as the world's best competition with a distillery classification, an assessment standard that sets the ultimate benchmark in the world of spirits. Four hundred spirits from 60 participants and distilleries from 25 nations were judged in this year's competition, where the results were based on the WOB 100-points grading system tailored to spirits, as an experienced international jury of tasters warranted an unbiased assessment. The spirits that were staged ranged from coffee and cigar brandies to gin, rum, fruit spirits and 100% distillates. "Simply the best in Spirits" slogan indicated that only the best products were allowed to be entered. Three hundred and eighty five medals were awarded at the competition this year.

About Amaro Di ANGOSTURA®

Impossible to replicate, the taste of Amaro di Angostura® is derived from the bespoke process used in creating the House of Angostura's iconic aromatic bitters. The House yeast strain, cultivated by Angostura® since the 1930's in Trinidad, combined with the addition of other spices and neutral alcohol from its distillery, result in an elevation of a classic liqueur creating an entirely new-world dimension to the category. Like Angostura® aromatic bitters, the Amaro di Angostura® recipe is a secret. Bottled at 35% ABV, Amaro di Angostura® is a deep amber colour, offering aromas of cinnamon, dark chocolate and unmistakable Angostura® aromatic bitters. The flavours explode on the tongue with warm cinnamon and liquorice notes. The finish is perfectly balanced, exotic, lush and reminiscent of the essence of Trinidad and Tobago's pulsating rhythms, tropical climate and beauty. Amaro di Angostura® can be en! joyed over ice, is splendid on its own and offers delicious harmony in a cocktail.

A Range of 6 Distinctive Rums

Angostura's international range of rums includes five distinctive, exquisitely blended rums produced exclusively at The House of Angostura in Trinidad: Angostura® 1787, Angostura 1824®, Angostura 1919®, Angostura® 7 Year Old, Angostura® 5 Year Old and Angostura® Reserva

  • Angostura® 1787: Angostura® 1787 Rum is a super-premium blend of rums aged for a minimum of 15 years. It is the newest addition to the House of Angostura's family of premium rums. A well balanced, medium bodied rum with rich mahogany with bronze highlights. This rum exudes a sweet bouquet of banana, dried fruit and oak with top notes of apples. To the palate there are hints of dried prunes and sweet rounded oak notes entwined with toffee nuances with a long and crisp.
  • Angostura 1824®: Angostura 1824® is a blend of rums aged for a minimum of 12 years. A rich medium-bodied rum, 1824® is dark gold in colour, shot through with amber lights, with rich bouquet of sweet molasses, cocoa and toffee with top notes of tropical fruit. This rum offers a well-rounded palate with hints of chocolate, orange, spices and fruity nuances and a long, smooth finish.
  • Angostura 1919®: Angostura 1919® is a light blend of rums aged in charred, used bourbon casks. 1919 is a premium sipping rum, golden amber in hue exhibiting a rich complex bouquet of cocoa, vanilla and coconut. Remarkably well rounded in taste with a dry medium-bodied palate, 1919® reveals hints of roasted nuts, creamy vanilla, brown spices and tropical nuances.
  • Angostura® 7 Year Old: To create Angostura® 7 Year Old rum, Angostura's Master Blender selects from rums aged for a minimum of 7 years. The result: a rum of rich medium body, the magical dark, deep red of mahogany, with an enticing bouquet of creamy aromas.... vanilla, chocolate, molasses, coffee and oak.
  • Angostura® 5 Year Old: An exquisite blend of light rums, aged for a minimum 5 years, this is a luminescent clear rum with subtle golden highlights. Aromatic with light woody notes of coconut, caramel, lemon and hints of vanilla, the taste Angostura® 5 Year Old contains nuances of tropical fruits.
  • Angostura® Reserva: Aged for a minimum of three years, Angostura® Reserva is a truly superior white rum: pure and clear, smooth and flavourful with hints of burnt ripe banana and other exotic tropical fruit aromas. This dryish medium-bodied spirit offers a quick burst of spicy hot pepper and burnt caramel to finish.

How to enjoy Angostura® Rums

The high quality rums of the House of Angostura are created with artistry and craftsmanship, offering subtle, complex flavor profiles that can be sipped or blended in cocktails. Our premium rums â€�”Angostura 1824®, Angostura 1919®, and Angostura® 7 Year Old â€�” are perfect for sipping, on their own, straight up or on the rocks. The entire range can be enjoyed with mixers and are excellent in cocktails from the Queen's Park Swizzle to the Cuba Libre!

The Artistry of Rum Making

The only rum distillery in Trinidad today, the House of Angostura® is renowned for its unique, signature style. Angostura's® rums are made from only the highest quality molasses fermented with proprietary yeast cultures, distilled in continuous stills in carefully controlled conditions, then aged for between three and 12 years or more. The entire process takes place in Angostura's® warehouse and distillery in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Our rums are blended by masters with years of experience and training in original traditions, celebrated experts who closely maintain guarded formulas and techniques.

Angostura® Rums: A Rich History

The House of Angostura's® award winning rums are steeped in nearly 200 years of tradition. The journey started in 1824 when founder Dr. Johann Siegert first produced aromatic bitters in Angostura, Venezuela (today called Ciudad Bolivar).  In the 1870's, Dr. Siegert's three sons migrated to Trinidad, among them Don Carlos Siegert, who pioneered the brand, establishing Angostura® aromatic bitters as an integral ingredient in premium cocktails and ultimately a mainstay of cocktail culture. The family's Siegert Bouquet Rum became a Trinidadian tradition up until the early 1960's and part of the company's rich rum heritage. In the 1970's, The House of Angostura® expanded, acquiring the Fernandes family distillery, which was founded in the 1890's by Manoel Fernandes, an immigrant from Portuga! l, and known for making high quality rums. 

Angostura® Rums: The True Spirit of Trinidad

Angostura's® rums could only be created in Trinidad, a country that is home to adventurous peoples from almost every corner of the world. Today that adventurous spirit is manifest in Trinidad's music, food, art, and (of course!) in our creative ability to make exquisite rums. The House of Angostura® has captured the true spirit of Trinidad and Tobago for more than 190 years! According to Angostura® Master Distiller John Georges: "Our rums are 100% Trinidadian, made in one distillery, on one Island."

Available World Wide

The House of Angostura exports 100% of its production to almost every country in the world. Angostura's International Rum Range is available in more than 50 countries, from Canada to the Ukraine, to Australia and practically everywhere in between. To learn more about the House of Angostura's award-winning rum portfolio, visit www.angostura.com.

ANGOSTURA'S AWARD WINNING RUMS:

 

Angostura 7 year old

2010

Spirits Business Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2010

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Best Rum - double gold

Angostura 1919

2010

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Angostura 5 year old

2010

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 1824

2010

Spirits Business Rum Masters Competition

Gold

Angostura 7 year old

2010

Spirits Business Rum Masters Competition

Silver

Angostura 5 year old

2010

Spirits Business Rum Masters Competition

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2010

Spirits Business Rum Masters Competition

Gold

Angostura 7 year old

2010

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura Reserva

2010

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 1824

2010

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 1919

2010

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 7 year old

2010

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 5 year old

2010

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Best in Class - Gold

Angostura Reserva

2010

International Wine and Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2010

International Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 5 year old

2010

International Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 1919

2010

International Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 1824

2010

International Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 7 year old

2010

International Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 1824

2011

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 1919

2011

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 5yrs

2011

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 7yrs

2011

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura Reserva

2011

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2011

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7yrs

2011

Rum Masters

Master

Angostura 5yrs

2011

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2011

Rum Masters

Master

Angostura 1919

2011

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7yrs

2011

International Spirit Challenge

Silver

Angostura 5yrs

2011

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura 1824

2011

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2011

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura 1824

2011

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver - Best in Class

Angostura 7yrs

2011

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Gold - Best in Class

Angostura Reserva

2011

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver

Angostura 5yrs

2011

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver

Angostura 1824

2011

SIP Awards

Gold

Angostura 7yrs

2011

SIP Awards

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2011

SIP Awards

Best in Class - Platinum

Angostura 5yrs

2011

SIP Awards

Silver

Angostura 1919

2011

SIP Awards

Best in Class - Platinum

Angostura 7yrs

2012

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2012

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 5yrs

2012

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2012

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1919

2012

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2012

Rum Masters/Design

Gold

Angostura 1919

2012

Rum Masters/Design

Gold

Angostura

2012

Rum Masters

Grand Master

Angostura 1824

2012

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 1919

2012

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 5yrs

2012

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 7yrs

2012

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2012

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2012

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura 5 Year Old

2012

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura 7 Year Old

2012

International Spirit Challenge

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2012

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver

Angostura 5 Year Old

2012

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver

Angostura 7 Year Old

2012

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Silver

Angostura 1824

2012

International Rum Conference

Bronze

Angostura 7 Year Old

2012

International Rum Conference

Silver

Angostura 1919

2012

International Rum Conference

Bronze

Angostura 5 Year Old

2012

International Rum Conference

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2013

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 5yrs

2013

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7yrs

2013

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2013

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1919

2013

Rum Masters

Master

Angostura 1824

2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 1919

2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 5yrs

2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura 7yrs

2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura Reserva

2013

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura 1919

2013

International Rum Conference

Bronze

Angostura 7 Year Old

2013

International Rum Conference

Platinum

Angostura 1824

2014

World Spirits Awards

double-gold

Angostura 1919

2014

World Spirits Awards

Gold

Angostura 7 Year Old

2014

World Spirits Awards

Gold

Angostura 5 Year Old

2014

World Spirits Awards

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2014

World Spirits Awards

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2014

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7 Year Old

2014

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2014

Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1919

2014

Rum Masters

Silver

Angostura

2014

Rum Masters

The Grand Rum Master

Angostura 1824

2014

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Gold

Angostura 5 year old

2014

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Gold

Angostura 1919

2014

International Wine and Spirit Competition

Bronze

Angostura 7 year old

Angostura 5 year old

 

Angostura 7 year old

Angostura 1919

Angostura 1824

2014

2015

 

2015

2015

2015

International Wine and Spirit Competition

World Spirits Awards

 

World Spirits Awards

World Spirits Awards

World Spirits Awards

Bronze

Double Gold (Spirit of the Year)

Gold

Gold

Gold

Angostura 1824

2015

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 1919

2015

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Angostura 7 year old

2015

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Angostura 5 year old

2015

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura Reserva

2015

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze

Angostura Reserva

2015

World Rum Awards

Silver

Angostura Reserva

2015

The Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7yo

2015

The Rum Masters

Silver

Angostura 1824

2015

The Rum Masters

Silver (Dark over 12 yo category)

 

Angostura 1824

 

2015

 

The Rum Masters

 

Silver (Ultra-Premium Category)





Angostura 1824

Angostura 1919

Angostura 7yo

Angostura 5yo

Angostura Reserva

Angostura No.1-Once Used French Oak Casks

 

2016

2016

2016

2016

2016

 

World Spirits Award

World Spirits Award

World Spirits Award

World Spirits Award

World Spirits Award

 

Gold

Gold

Gold

Gold

Gold

Gold

 





Angostura 5yo

2016

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Double Gold

Angostura 1824

2016

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Angostura 1919

2016

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Silver

Angostura White Oak

2016

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Bronze





Angostura 7yo

2016

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Silver

Angostura 1824

2016

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Silver

Angostura 7yo

2016

Asian Spirits Masters

Silver

Angostura 1919

2016

Asian Spirits Masters

Silver

Angostura 1824

2016

Asian Spirits Masters

Silver

Angostura 1824

2016

International Spirits Challenge- Design & Packaging

Silver

Angostura 1919

2016

International Spirits Challenge- Design & Packaging

Silver

Angostura 7yo

2016

International Spirits Challenge- Design & Packaging

Silver

Angostura 5yo

2016

International Spirits Challenge- Design & Packaging

Silver

Angostura Reserva

2016

International Spirits Challenge- Design & Packaging

Silver





Angostura 1787

2017

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1824

2017

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 1919

2017

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Gold

Angostura 7yo

2017

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Silver

Angostura Reserva

2017

The Spirits Business- Rum Masters

Silver

 

Angostura 1787

2017

World Spirits Award

Silver

Angostura 1824

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold

Angostura 1919

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold

Angostura 7yo

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold

Angostura 5yo

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold

Angostura Reserva

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold





 

AMARO DI ANGOSTURA® AWARDS:

Amaro di Angostura

2015

Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards

Best New Spirit/Cocktail Ingredient

Amaro di Angostura

2016

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Gold

Amaro di Angostura

2016

World Spirits Award

Gold

Amaro di Angostura

2016

Bar Proof Awards Russia

Best New Spirit

Amaro di Angostura

2017

World Spirits Award

Gold

 

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PRN: Mobile WiMAX Market 2015-2022: Global Strategic Business Report 2017 - Review of Mobile WiMax & Its Shrinking Ecosystem - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:45:09 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426521.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426521.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Mobile WiMAX Market 2015-2022: Global Strategic Business Report 2017 - Review of Mobile WiMax & Its Shrinking Ecosystem - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Mobile WiMAX - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Mobile WiMAX in number of Subscribers. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

The report profiles 55 companies including many key and niche players such as -

  • Airspan Networks, Inc. (US)
  • Alvarion Technologies Ltd. (Israel)
  • Aperto Networks, Inc. (US)
  • Axxcelera Broadband Wireless, Inc. (US)
  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (US)
  • Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (China)
  • Mobile Mark, Inc. (US)
  • National Instruments Corporation (US)
  • Vecima Networks, Inc. (Canada)
  • Zyxel Communications Corp. (Taiwan)

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  • A Review of Mobile WiMax & Its Shrinking Ecosystem
  • WiMax's Makes an Early Headstart in the Competitive Market for Broadband Wireless Technologies
  • LTE Emerges to Abruptly Truncate the Success of Mobile WiMax
  • Changes in Long Term Development Plans & Investment Commitments of Large Vendors Wields the Final Death Blow
  • Market Outlook
  • A Peek into Noteworthy Issues Confronting the Market
  • HSPA (High-Speed Packet Access) Still Widely Preferred Over Mobile WiMax
  • Debunking the Hype: Mobile WiMax No Longer a Killer Technology
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  • A Review of the Short Lived Success of Mobile WiMax in Retrospect
  • Data Connectivity & Unrelenting Bandwidth Demands: The Two Ever Present Need Factors that Will Continue to Provide Opportunities for the Best Wireless Broadband Technology
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  • Nordnet Introduces New WiMAX Service
  • TNM Introduces Smart eWiMAX Internet Services
  • Max Telecom Introduces WiMAX Mobile Internet Tariff Plans

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Total Companies Profiled: 55 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 57)

- The United States (14)
- Canada (5)
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- France (2)
- Italy (1)
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PRN: Global $9.2 Billion Virtual Reality for Enterprise and Industrial Markets, 2021: The Leading Providers and How do Their Go-to-Market Strategies Differ? - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:30:14 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426519.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426519.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Global $9.2 Billion Virtual Reality for Enterprise and Industrial Markets, 2021: The Leading Providers and How do Their Go-to-Market Strategies Differ? - Research and Markets

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DUBLIN, Mar 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Virtual Reality for Enterprise and Industrial Markets " report to their offering.

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The report forecasts that the market for enterprise VR hardware and content will grow from $592.3 million in 2016 to $9.2 billion by 2021, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 59.6%.

Leveraging highly customized and expensive equipment, enterprise use of virtual reality (VR) has existed and improved for a number of years, particularly for military training, civil flight training and simulation, and some industrial 3D modeling.  But now, thanks primarily to recent exponential advances in graphics component technology, cheaper, mass-produced consumer-grade VR is coming to market, with ramifications for both consumer and enterprise markets. Most of the world's leading technology companies, including Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, are staking out positions to become key players in what many see as the next significant computing platform.

This cheaper, more readily accessible consumer-grade VR equipment is opening up new enterprise use cases, some of which have vast addressable markets. This report estimates that the addressable market for the five largest areas where enterprise VR will grow will be worth over $1 trillion in 2017. A broad range of players, both new and established, are aggressively working to develop applications leveraging this new consumer-grade VR ecosystem, aiming squarely at the enterprise market. 

This report provides global market forecasts for the period from 2014 through 2021 for annual unit shipments and associated revenues for VR hardware and content in the enterprise and industrial sectors. The analysis covers HMDs, along with other VR equipment such as motion capture cameras, displays and projectors, and hand tracking devices, as well as software applications and content creation tools. Data is segmented by five major world regions and five different application markets including training and simulation, education, virtual prototyping/3D modelling, attractions, and medical therapy.  The report also includes in-depth profiles of 22 key industry players in the enterprise VR market.


Key Questions Addressed:

- How large is the market for enterprise and industrial VR hardware and content?
- How will the market be segmented by product type, application/use case, and world region?
- How will this market grow in the coming years and what factors will drive this growth?
- Which factors could inhibit growth during the forecast period?
- What are the main technology trends and issues in the enterprise and industrial VR market?
- Who are the leading providers of enterprise and industrial VR technology and how do their go-to-market strategies differ?

2.6. Market Drivers
2.6.1. Virtual Reality Awareness from Consumer Virtual Reality
2.6.2. Low-Cost Consumer-Grade Virtual Reality for Enterprise
2.6.3. Increased Productivity, Greater Results, Efficiency
2.6.4. Large Market Potential for Simpler Virtual Reality Experiences
2.6.5. Virtual Reality Video
2.6.6. Three-Dimensional User Inte! rface
2.7. Market Barriers
2.7.1. Consumer-Grade Cost and Requisite Equipment
2.7.2. Consumer-Grade Quality of Experience
2.7.2.1. Virtual Reality Sickness
2.7.2.2. Restricted Field of View
2.7.2.3. Tethering
2.7.2.4. Lack of Natural User Input
2.7.2.5. Streaming Challenges
2.7.2.6. Corrective Eyewear
2.7.3. Trial and Error for Early Virtual Reality Applications
2.8. Use Cases
2.8.1. Education
2.8.2. Virtual Prototyping/Three-Dimensional Modeling
2.8.3. Attractions
2.8.4. Training and Simulation
2.8.5. Medical Therapy

3. Technology Issues
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Tracking
3.2.1. Inside-Out and Outside-In
3.2.1.1. Simultaneous Location and Mapping and Computer Vision
3.2.2. Eye Tracking
3.2.3. Hand Tracking Solutions
3.2.4. Gesture Control
3.3. Field of View
3.4. Latency Technologies and Virtual Reality Sickness Prevention
3.4.1. Galvanic ! Vestibular Stimulation
3.4.2. Frame Tearing
3.4.2.1.! Oculus Asynchronous Timewarp and Spacewarp
3.4.2.2. VIVE Asynchronous Reprojection
3.4.3. Field of View Restrictors
3.5. Display Technology
3.6. Graphics Processing Units
3.7. Cameras
3.8. Vests and Suits
3.9. Three-Dimensional Audio
3.10. Adaptive Streaming
3.10.1. Bitmovin
3.10.2. Pixvana
3.11. Seated versus Moving Experiences
3.11.1. Wireless Connectivity Technologies
3.11.2. Local Rendering

4. Key Industry Players
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Key Head-Mounted Display and Platform Players
4.2.1. NVIS
4.2.2. Cinoptics
4.2.3. Sensics
4.2.4. TRIVISIO Prototyping
4.2.5. Facebook (Oculus)
4.2.5.1. Evolving Head-Mounted Displays and Virtual Reality Experience
4.2.6. HTC
4.2.7. Sulon Technologies
4.3. Key Enabling Technology Players
4.3.1. Vicon Motion Systems
4.3.2. Leap Motion
4.3.3. uSens
4.3.4. Xilinx
4.3.5. Intel
4.4. Enterprise ! Applications
4.4.1. MindMaze
4.4.2. Firsthand Technology/DeepStream VR
4.4.3. Psious
4.4.4. Agora VR
4.4.5. Autodesk
4.4.6. Virtalis
4.4.7. VRStudios
4.4.8. The Void
4.4.9. IMAX
4.4.10. WorldViz

5. Market Forecasts

6. Company Directory

7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents

9. Table of Charts and Figures

10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

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PRN: Global Human Embryonic Stem Cell (HESC) Research Report 2014-2017 & 2022 - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:17:37 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426517.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426517.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Global Human Embryonic Stem Cell (HESC) Research Report 2014-2017 & 2022 - Research and Markets

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Human Embryonic Stem Cell (hESC) Research - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

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This report analyzes the Global market for Human Embryonic Stem Cell (hESC) Research in US$ Million. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2022. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

The report profiles 25 companies including many key and niche players such as

  • Astellas Institute of Regenerative Medicine (US)
  • Asterias Biotherapeutics, Inc. (US)
  • BD Biosciences (US)
  • Cell Cure Neurosciences Ltd. (Israel)
  • Cellular Dynamics International (US)
  • GE Healthcare (UK)
  • MilliporeSigma (US)
  • PerkinElmer, Inc. (US)
  • Reliance Life Sciences Ltd. (India)
  • Research & Diagnostics Systems, Inc. (US)
  • SABiosciences Corp. (US)
  • STEMCELL Technologies, Inc. (Canada)
  • Stemina Biomarker Discovery, Inc. (US)
  • Takara Bio, Inc. (Japan)
  • TATAA Biocenter AB (Sweden)
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (US)
  • UK Stem Cell Bank (UK)
  • ViaCyte, Inc. (US)
  • Vitrolife AB (Sweden)

Key Topics Covered:

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Stem Cells Research: A Sunrise Sector in Biotechnology Arena
Human Embryonic Stem Cells
An Introduction
Embryonic Stem Cells
Sources and Cell Culture
Comparison on Adult and Embryonic Stem Cells
Advantages and Drawbacks of Various Stem Cells
Human Embryonic Stem Cells
The Market Perspective
Timeline for Embryonic Stem Cell Research Activities: Major Events from 1963 through 2014
Issues Hindering Development of hESC Research
Consideration of Best Translational Pathways Pivotal in Ensuring Growth Of hESCs
Ethical Issues and Technical Hurdles Bog Down hESC Research
Teratomas
No Longer an Impediment to Stem Cell Therapy Development
Human Embryonic and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Research Trends
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: Key Statistical Highlights
Research Topics on hESC and hiPSC by Number of Papers Published: 2011-2013
Haploid Human! Embryonic Stem Cell Line: The New Frontier
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Remains Best Alternative for hESC

2. REGULATORY LANDSCAPE
Overview
Human Embryonic Stem Cell Regulations in Select Countries Worldwide
Intellectual Property: WARF Sword Hangs Over New Patents
WARF Fails to Gain Patents in Europe
Diversity in Patent Regimes Pose Tremendous Challenges
International Divide on Patenting Dents hESC Research

3. HESC APPLICATION AND CLINICAL TRIALS
Drug Testing
Clinical Applications
hESC-derived Cardiomyocytes Helps in Better Identification of Cardiotoxicity
hESC-derived Cardiomyocytes Provides Physiological Relevant Model For Testing Drug Toxicity
Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Hold Immense Potential in Treating Lung Diseases
Liver Cells Derived from hESC Shows Potential Benefits in Enabling Drug Development and Modeling Liver Diseases
Researchers Succeed in Creat! ing Human Kidney from hESCs
hESC offers Hope for Patients ! with Spi nal Cord Injury
hESC to Enable Better treatment of Neurodegenerative Disorders
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Huntington disease
Parkinson Disease
hESC Derivatives Showing Way Forward for Eye-related Disorders
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Stargardt Disease
Myopic Macular Degeneration
Human Embryonic Stem Cells Provide New Options in Fight against Diabetes
Type I Diabetes Mellitus
Type II Diabetes Mellitus
Human Stem Cells Pioneering Heart Disease Treatment
hESC Opens Up New Vistas for Dental Treatment

4. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
Overview
Select Global Players Involved in Developing hESC and iPSC- based Drugs and Products


5. REGIONAL MARKET OVERVIEW
The United States
Market Overview
Funding in Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Showing Steady Increase
Stem Cell Research, including hESC, Attract State Funding
Policy Framework Structure on hESC Research in the US
Scientific Advice
Clinical Research
Legislative Position of Select US States Human Stem Cell Regulation
A Brief Overview on Major Regulations for hESC in the US
Ethical Issues Marr hESC Research Market
Role of National Academies in Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research in US
Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Committees
Opposition Continues in Certain States; Oklahoma Vetoes hESC Research in the State
Previous Anti-hESC Research Policy Puts the US at a Disadvantage
Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation:! An Enduring but Controversial Legacy
The Consumer Watchdog versus WARF Case
Timeline of Consumer Watchdog versus Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Case
Impact of WARF versus Consumer Watchdog case on the hESC market
Major Clinical Trials Being Undertaken in hESC Research Space
A Glance on Select hESC Clinical Trials Underway in the US
Europe
Market Overview
Overview of Legislations on hESC in Europe
hESC Research Legislation in Select EU Countries
Policy Framework Overview
Clinical Research
Major Regulations Covering hESC Market on Pan-European Scale
A Glance over Key EU Regulations Governing Human Stem Cell Research
Major Differences between EU and the US Legislations
Europe Readies 80-Billion War Chest for Research Purposes
Patent Laws in EU Covering hESCs
European Court of Justice's Clarity on Patents to Boost European hESC Research
EC's Stand on hESC Research to Aid Further Infusion of Fundi! ng
R est of World
Asia-Pacific
Overview
hESC Research in Select Regional Markets
China
Chinese hESC Industry in Rapid Development Mode
Stem Cell Tourism Powering Chinese hESC Research Market
Liberal Chinese Cultural Ethos Power hESC Research
Government Funding
A Major Source in Chinese hESC Research Market
Moral, Political and Material Risks Mar Chinese hESC Research Market
Public acceptability and Moral Standards Govern Chinese Patent Law
Despite flaws, Ethical Guidelines Enables Rapid Development of hESC Research Market
India
Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology Gaining Ground in India
India Streamlines Stem Cell Research Industry
Brief Overview on Major Research Undertakings in Stem Cell Research
Korea
Stem Cell Research Resumes at a Gra! dual Pace in Korea Following Years of Hiatus
Brazil
Brazilian hESC Research Market- An Overview
Timeline of Major Historical Events in Brazilian Stem Cell Research
The MiHeart Study Project
A Case of Successful Initiative
Role of Media in Brazilian Stem Cell Therapy Research Field

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
DSMB Grants Approval for Cell Cure Neurosciences' Second Cohort OpRegen® Clinical Trial
Thermo Fisher Takes Over MTI-GlobalStem
Astellas Pharma Acquires Ocata Therapeutics
Nutech Mediworld Develops HESC therapy for Type-II Diabetes
FDA Grants Fast-Tracks Designation for Cell Cure Neurosciences' OpRegen®
Takara Bio Completes Acquisition of Cellectis AB

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

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PRN: Dental Implants Market 2015-2022 - Global Strategic Business Report 2017: CAD/CAM Transforming Dental Practices - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 18:00:13 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426513.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426513.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Dental Implants Market 2015-2022 - Global Strategic Business Report 2017: CAD/CAM Transforming Dental Practices - Research and Markets

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Dental Implants - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Dental Implants in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

The report profiles 147 companies including many key and niche players such as

  • A.B. Dental (Israel)
  • ADIN Dental Implant Systems Ltd. (Israel)
  • Biotech Dental (France)
  • BioHorizons, Inc. (US)
  • Camlog Holding AG (Switzerland)
  • Dentatus AB (Sweden)
  • Dentsply Sirona (US)
  • Glidewell Laboratories (US)
  • Global D (France)
  • Hi-Tec Implants (Israel)
  • Impladent Ltd. (US)
  • Implant Direct Sybron International, LLC (US)
  • Institut Straumann AG (Switzerland)
  • Keystone Dental, Inc. (US)
  • MIS Implants Technologies Ltd. (Israel)
  • Neoss Ltd. (UK)
  • Nobel Biocare Services AG (Switzerland)
  • OCO Biomedical, Inc. (US)
  • Osstem Implant Co., Ltd. (Korea)
  • Thommen Medical AG (Switzerland)
  • Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc. (US)
  • Biomet 3i LLC (US)
  • Zimmer Dental, Inc. (US)

Key Topics Covered:

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Dental Implant
A Tooth Replacement Technique Promising Aesthetic Benefits & Improved Quality of Life
Implant Dentistry Market
Snapshots
Demographic Factors & Advancements to Foster Growth in Dental Implants Market
Number of Dental Implants Placed Per 10,000 Persons in Select Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Adoption of Dental Implants
Breakdown by Number of Implants in Select Countries
Developed Countries Still Far from Market Maturity
Cost and Reimbursement Issues of Dental Implant Procedures
Europe Ahead in Dental Implants Market
Developing Economies to Lead Future Growth
Titanium Implants: Versatility, Strength & Biocompatibility Sustain Adoption
Zirconium Emerges as a Strong and Reliable Material for Dental Implants

2. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
Dental Implants Market: Characterized by Intense Competition & High Level of Concentration
Straumann
Th! e Leading Player in the Dental Implants Market
M&A Activity Continues to Gain Momentum in the Dental Implants Market
Consolidation in the Tooth Replacement Market
A Comparison of Competitor Landscape in 2010 & 2015
Surge in Implant Brand Numbers Witnessed over the Years
Innovation to Strengthen Market Share of Leading Players
Proactive Measures to Ensure Growth

3. MARKET TRENDS, GROWTH DRIVERS & TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENTS
Rising Popularity of Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry to Spur Opportunities for Implants
Implant Benefits Lead to Increased Consumer Acceptance
Spurt in Dental Tourism Offers Growth Opportunities
Technology Advancements to Spur Growth in Market
CAD/CAM: Transforming Dental Practices
Focus on 3D Printing in Healthcare to Expedite Dental Implant Manufacturing
Guided Surgeries: Role in Rehabilitating Edentate Spaces
Mini Dental Implants Continue to Gain Popularity
Implantologists ! Facing Complex Choices amid Growing Commoditization & Scal! ing Down of Innovations in Dental Implants
New Materials Make Inroads
Innovative Material Aids in Dental Implant Stability
Mexican Researchers Develop New Ceramic Polymer Blend Material for Implants
CaP/Gelatin Composites to Improve Performance of Titanium Implants
New Dental Implant Material to Prevent Fall Out of Implants
Research Focuses on Improving Implant Procedures and Durability
Novel Coating to Prevent Infections in Implants
All-On-4 Implants
An Innovative Procedure
Finite Element Analysis to Reduce Implant Failures
Nanotechnology Redefines Surface Topography
Nanotechnology Dental Implants: Low Failure Rates Aid Market Growth
Titanium Dioxide Nanotubes
A Potential Game Changer in Implant Dentistry
Research Throws Light on Nanodiamonds' Potential in Revolutionizing Implant Dentistry
Grafting Procedures Expands Implant Market
Growing Use of Dental Biomaterials Aiding Growth of Dental Implants
Bio-Hybrid D! ental Implants for Restoring Physiological Functions of Tooth
Biomaterial Implants in Dentistry
Digital Technology & Software to Aid in Reducing Costs of Dental Implants
Some Common Drugs Impede Dental Implants while Others Enhance Success Rate of Implantations
Effective Direct-to-Consumer Marketing to Propel Market Growth

4. MARKET CHALLENGES
Concerns over Radioactivity of Zirconium Hampers Adoption in Dental Implants
Dental Industry is Late Cyclical
Market Restricted by Negative Reimbursement Policies
High Cost
A Barring Factor
Implant Procedures Not Performed by a Major Proportion of Dentists

5. DENTAL MARKET: A REVIEW OF MACRO GROWTH DRIVERS
A Prelude
Favorable Demographics to Promote Growth
Aging Population
A Major Force Driving Demand
Longer Life Expectancy Bolsters Market Prospects
Rising Disposable Incomes Propel Market Growth
Burgeoning Middle Class Offers Growth Prospects
Increasing Healthcare Spending in Emerging Markets: Opportuni! ties in Store
Group Practices Take Precedence over Solo Dental Establishments

6. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
What are Dental Implants?
Historical Background
Components of an Implant
Types
Endosseous Dental Implants
Types of Endosseous Dental Implants
Root-Form Dental Implants
Plate-Form Dental Implants
Ramus Frame Dental Implants
Transosseous Dental Implants
Subperiosteal Dental Implants
Implantation Procedure
Surgical Timing
Pre-Surgical Planning
Surgical Procedure
Basic Procedure
Detailed Procedure
1-Stage Surgery and 2-Stage Surgery
Role of Core Beam Computing Tomography in Dental Implantations
Contraindications
Factors Affecting Success of Dental Implants
Factors Resulting in Failure of Dental Implants
Advantages
Improved Appearance
Improved Speech
Improved Comfort
Increased Chewing Efficiency and Better Tasting Ability

7. PRODUCT LAUNCHES/DEVELOPMENTS
Zimme! r Biomet Introduces TSVT and TSVM MP-1 HA Dental Implants
Alpha-Bio Tec Introduces NeO Dental Implant System
Zimmer Biomet Introduces 3i T3 Short Dental Implants in the US
Zimmer Biomet Introduces .1-mmD Eztetic Dental Implant
Dental Evolutions Unveils Implanova Dental Implant System
Brassfield Rolls out Advanced Dental Implant Technology
Zimmer Biomet Introduces 3IT3 Short Dental Implants
Promimic Partners S.I.N to Introduce New Dental Implant
Straumann Extends Lifetime Guarantee for Roxolid Implants
Cortex Unveils New Implants
Zirkolith Dental Implants Debut in the US
MIS Implants Unveils V3 Dental Implant
Noble Biocare Introduces New Dental Implant Solution
Natural Dental Implants Roll Out Replicate
BioHorizons Unveils MinerOss X Series
MicroDental Rolls Out Zeus Zirconia
Ewan Bramley Announces Teeth Today Technology
Dentsply Unveils ASTRA TECH Implant System EV

8. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
S! outhern Implants Establishes New Dental Implant Subsidiary in ! Florida
Straumann Partners with maxon motor
Straumann to Take Over Equinox
Dentsply Sirona to Acquire MIS Implants
AvaDent Takes over Supra Solutions
Dentsply and Sirona Merge to Form Dentsply Sirona
Straumann Partners Anthogyr
Zimmer Takes over Biomet
Sirona Partners Straumann
Danaher Acquires Nobel Biocare
MicroDental Laboratory Merges with Cosmo Dental Lab

9. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS

10. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

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PRN: Global Biometric Vehicle Access System Market 2013-2016 & 2025: $1.58 Billion Growth Opportunities/Investment Opportunities - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:45:08 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426512.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426512.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Global Biometric Vehicle Access System Market 2013-2016 & 2025: $1.58 Billion Growth Opportunities/Investment Opportunities - Research and Markets

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Biometric Vehicle Access System Market Analysis & Trends - Industry Forecast to 2025" report to their offering.

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The Global Biometric Vehicle Access System Market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 15.1% over the next decade to reach approximately $1,580 million by 2025.

This industry report analyzes the market estimates and forecasts for all the given segments on global as well as regional levels presented in the research scope. The study provides historical market data for 2013, 2014 revenue estimations are presented for 2015 and forecasts from 2016 till 2025. The study focuses on market trends, leading players, supply chain trends, technological innovations, key developments, and future strategies.

The market size is calculated based on the revenue generated through sales from all the given segments and sub segments in the research scope. The market sizing analysis includes both top-down and bottom-up approaches for data validation and accuracy measures.


Market Overview

Current Trends

  • Lucrative Growth in Automobile Industry in Developing Economies
  • Rising Demand for Concept and Electric Vehicle
  • Recent Technological Developments in Biometric Vehicle Access System
  • Growth Opportunities/Investment Opportunities

Biometric Vehicle Access System Market, By Vehicle Type

  • Passenger Cars
  • Battery Electric Vehicle

Biometric Vehicle Access System Market, By Technology

  • Face Recognition
  • Iris Recognition

Biometric Vehicle Access System Market, By Authentication Type

  • Hand Geometry
  • Voice Recognition
  • Finger Print

Companies Mentioned

  • BioEnable
  • Fingerprint Cards Ab
  • Fujitsu Ltd
  • Hid-Global
  • Hitachi Ltd
  • Methode Electronics
  • Miaxis
  • Nuance Communications
  • Nymi
  • Safran S.A
  • Sonavation
  • Synaptics Incorporated
  • Techshino
  • Voicebox Technologies
  • Voxx International

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PRN: Global Electronics Recycling Strategic Business Report 2017-2022: Focus on Key Players, Recent Industry Activity, Industry Overview & Market Trends Drivers and Issues - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:42:48 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426511.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426511.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Global Electronics Recycling Strategic Business Report 2017-2022: Focus on Key Players, Recent Industry Activity, Industry Overview & Market Trends Drivers and Issues - Research and Markets

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Electronics Recycling - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronics Recycling in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

The report profiles 194 companies including many key and niche players such as

  • AERC Recycling Solutions (USA)
  • American Retroworks Inc. (USA)
  • Aurubis AG (Germany)
  • Boliden Group (Sweden)
  • Dlubak Glass Company (USA)
  • Enviro-Hub Holdings Ltd. (Singapore)
  • Cimelia Resource Recovery Pte Ltd. (Singapore)
  • Exitcom Recycling GmbH (Germany)
  • Fortune Plastic & Metal, Inc. (USA)
  • MBA Polymers, Inc. (USA)
  • Sims Metal Management Limited (Australia)
  • Stena Technoworld AB (Sweden)
  • Ultromex Ltd. (UK)
  • Umicore N.V. (Belgium)
  • Universal Recycling Technologies, LLC (USA)
  • Zak Enterprises (USA)

Key Topics Covered:

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
Growing Volumes of e-Waste Create Pressing Need for Sustainable Handling
Electronics Recycling
A High Growth Industry
E-Waste Statistics
Key Facts about Electronics Waste Recycling
E-Waste
A Potential Mine For Secondary Resources
Current and Future Analysis
Developing Countries
A High Growth Market
Stringent Regulations to Emerge as a Major Driving Force
Competitive Scenario
eScrap Recycling
A Highly Consolidated Market
Mushrooming Startup Companies Boost Recycling Market

2. MARKET TRENDS, DRIVERS & ISSUES
Robust Smartphone Penetration Contributes to the Swelling e- Scrap Recycling Market
Opportunity Indicators
Thriving Reusable Cellphones Market Reduces E-Waste
Modular Phone Concept Paves Way to Minimize E-Waste
Wearables Manufacturers Focus on Effective EOL Strategies
Collaboration: Key to Profitable Recycling
Gov! ernments Take Initiatives to Tackle E-Waste Menace
Recyclers Collaborate with Device Manufacturers
Manufacturer Efforts Boost Industry Growth
Smaller and Thinner Devices Create Challenges for Recyclers
Innovative Strategies Drive Efficiency
Extended Producer Responsibility Redefines E-Waste Management
E-Waste Management Initiatives
Device Manufacturers Focus on Recyclable Products
Wooden Computer Chips
Potential to Aid E-Waste Management
Other Innovative Technologies to Reduce E-Waste Generation
Data Security: A Vital Aspect of E-waste Disposal
Developing Countries
The Common Destination for E-Waste Dumping
Low Income Countries Face the Burnt
Challenges Confronting Total E-waste Elimination
Low Commodity Price Values
A Major Challenge
Low General Public Awareness Levels Thwarts Industry Efforts

3. REGULATORY OVERVIEW
Policies for Electronic Recycling from ISRI
Regulation for Tackling Gr! owing E-Waste Problem
Global Legislations for Electrical a! nd Elect ronic Waste by Region
Basel Convention
United States
Europe
Asia
Australia
Product Stewardship Australia

4. ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
AN OVERVIEW
Electronic Waste (e-Waste)
Types of E-Waste
Electronics Recycling
Overview of Electronics Recycling Organizations World Over
E-Waste Management
Recycling
Processing Techniques
Advantages of E-Waste Recycling
Environmental Encroachments of e-waste Management
Benefits of Reuse and Recycling
Electronic Waste Compounds
Compounds/Elements Found in Electronic Waste
Health Impact of Toxic Substance Traces in Improperly Disposed E-wastes
General Applications of Various Compound/Elements Used in Electronic Products
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Popular Recycling Methods
Recycling of Circuit Boards
FIGURE: Steps Involved in E-Waste Recycling Procedure
Health Hazards from Select Chemicals in Electronic Products

5. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
Green Tree Recycling Acquires Trinity Recyclers
Advanced Technology Recycling Snaps Up Electronic Recycling Solutions
Crednology Holding Takes Over California Recycles
MBA Polymers Commences First Production Line of PC/ABS Post- Consumer Recycled Plastic
Sage Sustainable Electronics to Takeover Hugo Neu Recycling
Sunnking Snaps Up Syracuse
Waste Management Acquires Big O Refuse
Alter Trading Inks Agreement to Purchase Assets of Wausau Scrap and Recycling
MTN Benin Partners with Ericsson
VersAbility Resources to Open Electronics Recycling Center in Virginia Beach
GS Group Opens General Satellite Obsolete Electronics Recycling Plant in Russia
Nulife Glass to Establish Electronic Waste Glass Recycling Plant in ! Virginia
Shred-it Interna! tional T akes Over International Secure Shredding Businesses of Iron Mountain
E-Waste Systems Inks Agreement with Loyalty Equipment aking
E-Waste Systems Inks Joint Venture Agreement with Aruls Environmental and Green Ozone
Wistron Partners with Dell for Sustainable E-Waste Recycling Solution
Hewlett-Packard Opens First Large-Scale Recycling Facility in Nairobi
ProTek Recycling Enters into Partnership with BevMax Office Centers
Staples to Roll Out Electronics Recycling Service for Business
Orange Unveils E-Waste Phone Recycling Facility in Ivory Coast
Staples to Launch New Electronics Recycling Program

6. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS

7. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

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PRN: Inflight Entertainment (IFE) Market Worth 6.91 Billion USD by 2022 Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:30:27 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426509.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426509.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Inflight Entertainment (IFE) Market Worth 6.91 Billion USD by 2022

  [24-March-2017]  

PUNE, India, March 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The report "Inflight Entertainment (IFE) Market by Fit (Linefit, Retrofit), Aircraft Type (NBA, WBA, VLA, Business Jets), Product Type (IFE Hardware, IFE Connectivity & Communication, IFE Content), Region - Global Forecast to 2022", published by MarketsandMarkets, is projected to reach USD 6.91 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 13.80% from 2016 to 2022.

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Factors such as the increasing number of aircraft orders & deliveries and the emerging focus upon providing aircraft passengers with the best travel experience are expected to drive the inflight entertainment (IFE) market.

The linefit segment of the inflight entertainment (IFE) market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

The linefit segment has been witnessing strong growth across the globe in recent years, driven by factors such as increase in air travel, growing demand for newly manufactured aircraft and growth in international tourism. Growth of the civil sector has resulted in an increasing demand for new aircraft, which directly affects the inflight entertainment (IFE) market. The increasing demand for new aircraft is expected to propel market growth during the forecast period.

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The Narrow Body Aircraft (NBA) segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Based on aircraft type, the narrow body aircraft segment of the in-flight entertainment (IFE) system market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Airliners are replacing the older narrow body aircraft by introducing latest aircraft such as the A320 Neo and the 737 Max. The mainline carriers are opting for the next generation narrow body aircraft to serve customers better while also improving profitability through the lower operating cost of the aircraft.

The IFE connectivity & communication segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Based on product type, the IFE connectivity & communication segment of the inflight entertainment (IFE) market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2016 to 2022. Airline operators are exploring new avenues to deploy connectivity based applications with managed internet access on board the aircraft to cater to the needs of the passengers. For the same, they are opting for ground based technologies such as ATG or satellite based technologies which include L-band, Ku-band, and Ka-band to offer passengers various connectivity services such as web browsing, content streaming, SMS, e-mail, destination information, concierge services, and other airline information during air travel.

The market in Asia-Pacific is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

The inflight entertainment (IFE) market in the Asia-Pacific region is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. During the forecast period, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to receive a high number of aircraft deliveries, which is about 33% of the global deliveries. China is expected to be the major market in the region owing to the reforms in their regulations and policies, innovative business models, and the development aircraft with new technologies. Also, rising passenger traffic, evolving consumer behavior, and increasing aircraft deliveries in the Asia-Pacific region are expected to lead to the high growth of the inflight entertainment (IFE) market.

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Key players in the inflight entertainment (IFE) market include Thales Group (France), Rockwell Collins, Inc. (U.S.), Gogo LLC (U.S.), Honeywell International, Inc. (U.S.), and Zodiac Aerospace (France).

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PRN: Rovio Entertainment and Mikael Hed Recognized with Hulda Award Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:16:47 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426505.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426505.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Rovio Entertainment and Mikael Hed Recognized with Hulda Award

  [24-March-2017]  

WASHINGTON, Mar. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Rovio Entertainment and Mikael Hed, the Executive Producer and father figure of the box office hit The Angry Birds Movie, are honored to receive the Finnish Audiovisual Export Award Hulda. The award, presented annually by Audiovisual Finland, is in appreciation of excellence in taking creative industry export to the next level.

The Angry Birds Movie is the most internationally successful Finnish film of all time â€�“ circling nearly $300 million in worldwide box office. It is also the second highest-grossing movie based on a game of all time. "Last year a delightfully high number of Finnish projects became international successes but there was never any deliberation as to who the winner was. The Angry Birds Movie's stratospheric success set a new bar for what was possible for us Finns. It's also a fantastic example of a best-case scenario of where an unwavering, well thought-out brand architecture can take you," says Johanna Karppinen, CEO, Audiovisual Finland.

"In addition to its financial success, the jury was impressed with how the film moved forward under Mikael Hed's leadership. Its development process reflected determination and an ambitious vision, as well as courage to take large fi! nancial risks. The team had the foresight to gather the top international talents in the business whilst also making sure the knowledge capital was amassed and utilized in Finland," Karppinen summarizes jury's argumentation.

The award will be presented by Finland's Minister of Economic Affairs Mika Lintilä at the annual Finnish film industry event, Jussi Gaala, taking place on Friday, March 24. "We are extremely grateful for the recognition. The Angry Birds Movie production, led by Mikael Hed, and its worldwide success has been a remarkable and unique achievement for our company. The Angry Birds brand awareness is higher than ever," says Kati Levoranta, CEO, Rovio Entertainment, who will be accepting the award on behalf of Rovio Entertainment.

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PRN: 100 Days Left Until the 1st Stage of the Tour de France in Duesseldorf Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:15:26 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426504.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426504.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

100 Days Left Until the 1st Stage of the Tour de France in Duesseldorf

  [24-March-2017]  

DUESSELDORF, Germany, March 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

 - Düsseldorf's Lord Mayor Geisel and Tour Director Prudhomme Unveil Countdown Clock for the Grand Départ Düsseldorf 2017

 - "Bonjour le Tour" on Saturday at the Market Square-Free Posters and Booklets Available for the Supporting Events Program

100 days left- the countdown to the kick-off of the Tour de France - the Grand Départ Düsseldorf 2017 - from June 29 until July 2, 2017. Today Düsseldorf's Lord Mayor Thomas Geisel and Tour Director Christian Prudhomme will unveil a pillar with a countdown tallying the last 100 days until the 1st stage. Visitors from near and far will be arriving in the capital of the state of Northrhine Westphalia for the Grand Départ Düsseldorf 2017, the run-up to the Tour de France, on the first weekend in July. They can expect an international sports event, a "folk fête" along the route and a pleasant metropolis on the Rhine river with tourist highlights. At several locations in the expanded inner city the visitors will be able to watch live broadcasts of the Tour de France on large LED screens, there will be additional join-in activities, talks or! music and lots of info.

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Lord Mayor Thomas Geisel: "The state capital as well as the entire region is feverishly anticipating the kick-off of the Tour de France in Düsseldorf -and the excitement will heighten even further in the last 100 days until the 1st stage. We look forward to celebrating the sport of cycling, the bicycle and Franco-German friendship together with fans from all over the world starting on June 29."

Tour-Director Christian Prudhomme: "There are still 100 days left to go before the 104th Tour de France kicks off. 30 years after the kick-off at the Berlin Wall a new era in the history of the Tour de France Grand Départ in Germany will commence. We look forward to the kick-off in the city of Düsseldorf, which has become an important city in Germany. Moreover, the hosting of the Grand Départ in the first half of 2017 comprises many different activities in Düsseldorf for the kick-off of the tour such as on the topics of "Promotion of Cycling" and "Development into a Cycling City".

The big run-up to the event related to the tour will take place on Saturday, March 25 at the Market Square. Under the title "Bonjour le Tour" it will be all about the cycling event after the kick-off at noon at the Düsseldorf City Hall, with numerous activities, lots of information and plenty of French flair. In addition, the starting shot will be fired on March 25 for the children's competition "Petit Départ" with 100 kids on the university sports grounds.

Fitting for "Bonjour le Tour", the booklets for the supporting events program and free posters in DinA2 will be available as from Saturday, allowing everyone to show their enthusiasm for the world's greatest cycling event in Düsseldorf. These can be collected, among other places, at the City Hall gate, the Citizen's Office, the public libraries, Tourist Information Centers or also from the Project Office Grand Départ located in Kaistrasse 11, Düsseldorf.

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PRN: Complete Overview mCube's MC3672 With Technology and Cost Comparison of Bosch Sensortec and STMicroelectronics Accelerometers & Process Comparison of Bosch's WLCSP Accelerometer - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:15:10 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426503.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426503.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Complete Overview mCube's MC3672 With Technology and Cost Comparison of Bosch Sensortec and STMicroelectronics Accelerometers & Process Comparison of Bosch's WLCSP Accelerometer - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "mCube MC3672: The smallest WLCSP MEMS Accelerometer for Wearables" report to their offering.

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With the MC3672, mCube has released the industry's smallest WLCSP ultra-low power accelerometer for wearables, enabling significantly extended battery life and very small form factors. This new component should increase the company's market share. One target is earbud applications, like Apple's AirPods, where power consumption is a major parameter and the space is very limited.

Unlike its main competitors, Bosch Sensortec and STMicroelectronics, mCube provides monolithic sensor integration for consumer electronics in a WLCSP package. This uses only wafer level steps to assemble the ASIC, MEMS sensor, MEMS cap and package. Mainly produced by TSMC, which made great efforts to provide complete platforms for MEMS manufacturing, the component is elegantly designed and better integrated than most of its competitors.

After Bosch Sensortec released a WLCSP 3-axis accelerometer, mCube chose a different approach, although it still uses a Via-Middle TSV process for the package integration. Two TSV processes are used in this component, including for connecting the MEMS sensor to the IC electronics.

The final size is smaller compared than Bosch's device, at 1.1mmx1.3mmx0.74mm. This is a 45% footprint and 21% thickness reduction compared to the previous 1.6mmx1.6mmx0.94mm mCube MC3635 LGA package and a 64% footprint reduction compared to the present 2mmx2mm LGA package.

The report includes a complete overview of the evolution of mCube's MEMS accelerometers since the second generation. It also features a detailed technology and cost comparison with leading edge accelerometers from Bosch Sensortec and STMicroelectronics and a process comparison with Bosch's WLCSP accelerometer.

Key Topics Covered:




Overview / Introduction

Company Profile and Supply Chain

Physical Analysis

Package

- Package views, dimensions and pin-out

- Package cross-section

- Package opening

- MEMS Cap

- MEMS Sensing Area

- View, dimensions, and marking

- Delayering and process

- ASIC Die

- View, dimensions, and marking

- Delayering and process

- Cross-section

Physical Comparison

mCube accelerometer evolution

- Comparison with competitors

- Package comparison with Bosch BMA355

Manufacturing Process Flow

ASIC front-end process

- ASIC wafer fabrication unit

- MEMS process flow

- MEMS wafer fabrication unit

- Packaging process flow

- Package assembly unit

Cost Analysis

Synthesis of the cost analysis

- Yield explanation and hypotheses

- ASIC front-end cost

- MEMS front-end cost

- MEMS front-end cost per process steps

- Total front-end

- WLCSP package cost

- WLCSP package per process steps

- Component cost

Estimated Price Analysis

Companies Mentioned

- Bosch

- STMicroelectronics

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PRN: Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, 2022 - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 17:00:09 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426501.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426501.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, 2022 - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, by Treatment Modalities, by Procedure Type, by Application - Outlook 2022" report to their offering.

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The report segments the market on the basis of the treatment modalities, procedure type, applications, and geography, with the future forecasts on all prominent segments of the industry till 2022.

As per the report, the Cartilage Repair and Regeneration market is anticipated to witness a high double digit growth during the forecasted period (2016-2022). This report provides a detailed analysis of the current and future market scenario of the global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration market. The report provides insight about the major factors affecting growth, latest innovations, market segmentation, and competitive landscape.

Based on treatment modality, the cell based approaches segment accounts for the largest market share in the overall cartilage repair and regeneration market, due to long-term results of these therapies.

In terms of procedure type, microfracture and ACI are the most common procedure observed amongst all the types of cartilage repair procedure. Furthermore, in terms of application, the hyaline cartilage repair and regeneration market accounts for the largest share in 2016. It is also expected to be the fastest growing application segment in the cartilage repair and regeneration market. The large share and high growth of this segment can be attributed to the high prevalence of cartilage damage in hyaline cartilage.


Based on geography, the report divides the market into North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. In 2016, North America holds the major share in the market. However, the Asia-Pacific region is slated to witness the highest growth in the forecasted period. The growth of the Asia-Pacific market is driven by improving healthcare facilities, rising awareness, increasing prevalence of rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, and increasing government initiatives in this region.

The report finally covers the competitive analysis of the key market players, in terms of their market share and their product offerings. The key vendors dominating the market space are Stryker Corp., Zimmer Biomet Holdings Inc., Smith & Nephew Plc, DePuy Synthes, Inc., etc. The competitive analysis i! s done at each player level, including their recent developments. To provide a thorough understanding of each player's business model, the player's current and historical financials have been analyzed. Thus, the report provides comprehensive analysis of cartilage repair & regeneration technology, which will enable investors to design suitable business strategies to target this market.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Analyst View

2. Research Methodology

3. Cartilage Repair-Overview

4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Growing Incidences of Chondrodystrophies leading to Cartilage Injuries
4.1.2 Rising Incidences of Orthopedic Diseases
4.1.3 Surge in Sports Injuries
4.1.4 Growing Geriatric Popuation
4.1.5 Rising Prevalence of Obesity
4.1.6 Technological Advancements
4.2 Challenges
4.2.1 Limited  Health Insurance Coverage in Developing Countries
4.2.2 High Cost of Knee Cartilage Repair Surgeries
4.2.3 Complexity of Cartilage Repair Surgeries
4.3 Opportunities
4.3.1 Significant US Market Opportunity Due to Unsatisfactory First Line Therapies
4.3.2 Emerging Economies to Offer Sustained Growth Opportunities
4.3.3 Increased R&D Spending for Advancements in Knee Cartilage Repair
4.3.4 Use of Bioactive Growth Factors
4.3.5 3D Printing
5. Global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market Outlook 2022

6. Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, By Treatment Modalities
6.1 Cell-Based Approach
6.2 Non-Cell-Based Approach

7. Global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, By Procedure Type
7.1 Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation
7.2 Cell-Based Cartilage Resurfacing
7.3 Microfracture
7.4 Osteochondral Allograft
7.5 Others

8. Global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, By Application
8.1 Hyaline Cartilage Repair and Regeneration
8.2 Elastic Cartilage Repair and Regeneration
8.3 Fibrous Cartilage Repair and Regeneration

9. Global Cartilage Repair and Regeneration Market, By Geography
9.1 North America
9.2 Europe
9.3 Asia-Pacific

10. Regulatory Landscape

11. Trends & Devel! opments
11.1 Cost Effectiveness Promoting Interest in One! -Step Su rgery
11.2 Bioactive Signals that Enhance Cartilage Repair
11.3 Gene Therapy for Cartilage Repair
11.4 Mesenchymal Stem Cells

12. Competitive Landscape
12.1 Market Share of Key Players
12.2 Comparative Analysis of Products

13. Key Players Analysis
13.1 Stryker Corporation
13.2 B. Braun Melsungen AG
13.3 Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc.
13.4 Smith & Nephew plc
13.5 DePuy Synthes, Inc. (A Subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson)
13.6 Arthrex, Inc.
13.7 Osiris Therapeutics, Inc.
13.8 Vericel Corporation
13.9 RTI Surgical, Inc.
13.10 CONMED Corporation
13.11 Anika Therapeutics, Inc.

14. The Future of Cartilage Repair

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PRN: United States $22 Billion Frozen Foods Market 2016-2021: Focus on Hot Meals, Sides, and Snacks - Research and Markets Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:45:09 +0100 http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426499.html http://comunicati.net/comunicati/turismo/varie/426499.html PR Newswire Turismo PR Newswire Turismo

United States $22 Billion Frozen Foods Market 2016-2021: Focus on Hot Meals, Sides, and Snacks - Research and Markets

  [24-March-2017]  

DUBLIN, Mar. 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Frozen Foods in the U.S.: Hot Meals, Sides, and Snacks, 6th Edition" report to their offering.

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Frozen Foods in the U.S. projects that sales of frozen foods over the 2016-2021 period will experience a negative compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -1.2%, going from over $22 billion to around $21 billion for the four key frozen food categories: Frozen Dinners/Entrées; Frozen Pizzas; Frozen Side Dishes; and Frozen Appetizers/Snacks.

The report covers sales through U.S. supermarkets, drugstores, mass merchandisers (Walmart, Target, Kmart, and Shopko), Sam's Club and BJ's warehouse clubs, dollar stores excluding Dollar Tree, and military commissaries. Packaged Facts' estimates of total market size for frozen foods and the categories covered incorporate sales through all channels and outlets.

Key Topics Covered:

CHAPTER 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INSIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • The Market
  • Competitive Environment
  • Product Trends
  • Retail and Foodservice
  • Consumer Trends

CHAPTER 2 MARKET OVERVIEW

NOTE ON METHODOLOGY

MARKET CATEGORIES

OVERALL MARKET AT $22.3 BILLION

  • Frozen Foods Market Remains at $20.8 Billion in IRI-Tracked Sales
  • Frozen Dinner/Entrée Sales Show Negative Five-Year Growth
  • Frozen Pizza Showing Signs of Reviving?
  • Side Dishes Sales Flatten
  • Growth Falters in Frozen Appetizers/Snacks

MARKET OUTLOOK

  • Share of Consumers Who Buy Frozen Hot Meal Items Jumps to 90%
  • Declining Household Usage Rates Shown for Frozen Hot Meal Items
  • But Current Frozen Foods Consumers Are Buying More
  • Nutritional Value of Frozen Foods a Growing Concern
  • Level of Agreement with Statement: Most Frozen Dinners Have Little Nutritional Value, 2012-2016 (percent of U.S. population)
  • Frozen Considered More Affordable, Convenient Than Other Hot Meal Products
  • Quality the Most Important Factor to 80% of Frozen Foods Consumers
  • Frozen Foods Consumers Perceive Refrigerated/Fresh as Higher Quality
  • Preference for Fresh Presents a Formidable Challenge
  • Schwan: Consumers Have Complicated Relationship With Frozen
  • FDA Issues Draft Guidance to Food Industry for Voluntary Sodium Reduction Targets

PROJECTED MARKET GROWTH

  • Product Innovation Will Slow Frozen's Loss to Fresh


CHAPTER 3 THE MARKETERS

LEADING MARKETERS

LEADING BRANDS AND USAGE TRENDS

  • Banquet Remains Tops in Household Frozen Dinner Usage
  • Banquet Family Entrees the Most Frequently Consumed Frozen Entrées
  • DiGiorno Controls the Highly Consolidated Frozen Pizza Segment
  • Ore-Ida the Sole Frozen Potatoes Brand Eaten on a Frequent Basis
  • Hot Pockets Frequent Usage a Constant in Dynamic, Fragmented Hot Snacks Segment
  • Private Label Frozen Vegetables Consumed More Often Than National Brands

OVERVIEWS OF LEADING MARKETERS AND BRANDS

  • Nestlé
  • Conagra
  • Schwan's
  • Pinnacle Foods
  • Kraft Heinz
  • Amy's Kitchen
  • General Mills
  • Bellisio Foods
  • Tyson/Hillshire
  • Bueno Foods (El Encanto, Inc.)

OTHER KEY MARKETERS

  • B&G Foods
  • Ajinomoto Windsor Foods
  • Gold Star Chili
  • J&J Snack Foods
  • On-Cor Frozen Foods
  • Ruiz Foods
  • Skyline
  • Tabatchnick Frozen Soups
  • Willow Tree Farm

MEDIA, ADVERTISING, AND PROMOTIONS

  • B&G Re-Introduces Green Giant With The Giant Awakens Theme
  • Conagra Romances Women Consumers
  • Nestlé Touches All the Bases With Fit Kitchen
  • Bueno Foods Celebrates Anniversary With Free Cookbook
  • Schwan's Reminds Consumers Life Is Delicious
  • Bellasio Takes to Twitter for Eat!2.0


CHAPTER 4 PRODUCT TRENDS

PRODUCT TRENDS

CLEAN LABEL

  • Stouffer's Kitchen Cupboard Effort Promises Fewer, Simpler, Familiar Ingredients
  • Healthy Choice Simply Caf Steamers Feature Clean Label, On-Trend Recipes
  • Evol Invites You to Love What You Eat

CUISINES OF THE WORLD

  • Bellisio's EAT! Frozen Entr es Offer Global, Adventurous Flavors
  • Lean Cuisine's Limited-Time Entrées Inspired by International Culinary Trends
  • Mouth Meets South: First-Ever Packaged Frozen Soul Food Meals

SPECIAL DIETARY PREFERENCES

MAKING VEGGIES RELEVANT AGAIN

CHAPTER 5 RETAIL AND FOODSERVICE TRENDS

KEY POINTS

  • Supermarkets by Far the Dominant Channel for Frozen Food Spending
  • Private Label Plays a Significant Role in Some Frozen Food Segments
  • Schwan's: Retailers Can Make the Frozen Aisle a Linger-Worthy Destination

NATIONAL FROZEN & REFRIGERATED FOODS ASSOCIATION EMPHASIZES QUALITY AND FRESHNESS TO PROMOTE FROZEN

CHAPTER 6 CONSUMER TRENDS

KEY POINTS

FROZEN FOODS CONSUMPTION TRENDS

  • Over Half of U.S. Households Use Frozen Vegetables, Pizza, Potatoes
  • Age, Race, Presence of Children Strong Predictors of Use
  • African Americans, Households With Teens Are Heaviest Users of Frozen Dinners
  • Nine in 10 Consumers Buy Packaged Frozen Hot Meal Items
  • Half of Frozen Foods Consumers Keep Hot Meal Items on Hand
  • Frozen Foods Consumer Attitudes and Opinions
  • Quality Remains Most Important Factor in Purchase Decisions
  • Frozen Considered Most Convenient, Affordable Type of Hot Meal Item
  • Frozen Foods Consumers Are Busy and Strapped for Time
  • Concern About Nutritional Value of Frozen Skews Upscale


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