Global Augmented Reality Market Primary and Secondary Research, Leaders, Growth, Trends, Segmentation and Forecast by 2023

The Global Augmented Reality Market report helps to analyze competitive developments such as joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, new product developments, and research and developments in the Global Augmented Reality Industry.

Dallas, U.S.A - March 14, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Summary
Augmented reality (AR) is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer. This report includes market status and forecast of global and major regions, with introduction of vendors, regions, product types and end industries; and this report counts product types and end industries in global and major regions.

Request a Sample of this Report @ http://orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2095678 .

This report covers Analysis of World Augmented Reality Market Segment By Company
Google Inc. (U.S.)
Microsoft Corporation (U.S.)
PTC (U.S.)
Wikitude GmbH (Austria)
Daqri (U.S.)
Zugara Inc. (U.S.)
Blippar (Austria)
Upskill (Vienna)
Magic Leap (U.S.)
Osterhout Design Group (U.S.)
Infinity Augmented Reality Inc. (Israel)
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (South Korea)
Atheer Inc. (U.S.)
Apple (U.S.)
Facebook Inc. (U.S.)
Scope AR (U.S.)
Inglobe Technologies (Latina)
Embitel Technologies (India)
Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan)
Marxent Labs LLC (U.S.)
Catchoom Technologies (Spain)
HTC corporation (Taiwan)
Qualcomm (U.S.)
Rockwell Collins Inc. (U.S.)

Browse the full report @ http://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/2015-2023-world-augmented-reality-market-research-report-by-product-type-end-user-application-and-regions-countries .

Analysis of World Augmented Reality Market Segment by Regions / Countries
• North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
• Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Russia, Spain etc)
• South America (Brazil, Argentina etc)
• Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, South Africa etc)

Market Segment by Type
Head Mounted Display
Head up Display
Handheld Device

Market Segment by End-User / Application
Retail
Consumer Electronics
Automotive

Major Points cover in World Augmented Reality Market Research Report is:

1 Market Definition
2 Global Market by Vendors
3 Global Market by Type
4 Global Market by End-Use / Application
5 Global Market by Regions
6 North America Market
7 Europe Market
8 Asia-Pacific Market
9 South America Market
10 Middle East & Africa Market
11 Market Forecast
12 Key Manufacturers…

Check Enquire before Buying of the report @ http://orbisresearch.com/contacts/enquiry-before-buying/2095678 .

Contact Info:
Name: Hector
Email: sales@orbisresearch.com
Organization: Orbis Research

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/global-augmented-reality-market-primary-and-secondary-research-leaders-growth-trends-segmentation-and-forecast-by-2023/314163

For more information, please visit http://www.orbisresearch.com/reports/index/2015-2023-world-augmented-reality-market-research-report-by-product-type-end-user-application-and-regions-countries

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 314163

Latest News

South African court says marijuana use in private is legal

Sep 18, 2018

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa's top court says adults can use marijuana in private. The Constitutional Court on Tuesday upheld a provincial court's ruling in a case involving Gareth Prince, who advocates the decriminalization of the drug. Prince says cannabis should be regulated in the same way as alcohol and tobacco. Government authorities have said cannabis is harmful and should be illegal. The top court says an adult can cultivate cannabis in "a private place" as long as it is for personal consumption in private. It says the right to privacy "extends beyond the boundaries of a home." The court says...

Isolated and unseen, Yemenis eat leaves to stave off famine

Sep 18, 2018

CAIRO — In a remote pocket of northern Yemen, many families with starving children have nothing to eat but the leaves of a local vine, boiled into a sour, acidic green paste. International aid agencies have been caught off guard by the extent of the suffering there as parents and children waste away. The main health center in Aslam district was flooded with dozens of emaciated children during a recent visit by the Associated Press. Excruciatingly thin toddlers, eyes bulging, sat in a plastic washtub used in a make-shift scale as nurses weighed each one. Their papery skin was stretched...

South Africa uses new tech to fight vicious gun violence

Sep 18, 2018

CAPE TOWN, South Africa — As gunshots ring out in one of South Africa's most dangerous neighborhoods, a new technology detects the gun's location and immediately alerts police. South Africa is the first country outside the United States to implement the "shotspotter" audio technology, which is also being used to fight wildlife poaching on the other end of the country in Kruger National Park. The technology's use in Cape Town's notoriously violent Cape Flats area has contributed for the first time this year to a conviction in a gang shooting. Police hope more will follow. "About 13 percent of gunshots...

Egypt says e.coli caused the death of 2 British tourists

Sep 18, 2018

CAIRO — Tests showed that e.coli bacteria were behind the death of two British tourists in a hotel in Egypt's Red Sea resort of Hurghada, the country's chief prosecutor said on Wednesday. The statement by Prosecutor Nabil Sadek came a week after travel company Thomas Cook said that there was a "high level of e.coli and staphylococcus bacteria" at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic Hotel where John and Susan Cooper died Aug. 21 after falling ill in their room in the five-star hotel. Forensic tests showed that John Cooper, 69, suffered acute intestinal dysentery caused by e.coli, and Susan Cooper, 64,...

Botswana hits back at critics on anti-poaching policy

Sep 18, 2018

JOHANNESBURG — Botswana's president says criticism of his government's anti-poaching policy is "nothing but hysteria," following reports that poachers are killing more elephants in a country with Africa's biggest elephant population. The remark by President Mokgweetsi Masisi came after some conservationists expressed concern that Botswana's wildlife department had been stripped of weapons required for the sometimes dangerous work of thwarting armed poachers. "This stretch of imagination of linking the poaching of any species with an alleged disarmament of the department of wildlife is nothing but hysteria," Masisi said Saturday after returning home from an official trip to China. Elephants Without...

About Us

Delivering news from all over the globe, StarJournal keeps you abreast with the greatest minds in science, be it researchers, theorists or even popularizers.

Contact us: sales[at]starjournals.com

Subscribe Now!