The smart fabric is woven with conductive yarns spun from wires and materials like cotton or polyester.
The latest comprehensive report by Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide explores the opportunities of digital wearable devices to improve public health.
The biggest contributions to the sales growth will be coming from the developed regions (18.1 million for smartphones and 20.1 million units of HTF).
More consumers are willing to pay for products that might simplify their hectic on-the-go lives and optimize their use of time.
In terms of brands, the most desirable wearable device is Apple Watch (62%), followed by products by Google (44%), Samsung (43%), Fitbit (31%), and Sony (28%).
Predictably enough, they are: boom of smart and wearable tech, interplay of online and physical shopping in the high street, growing consumer awareness of their rights and corporate misbehaviour, as well as awareness of impact of the toxic industrial pollution on health.
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