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52 PCB007 MAGAZINE I FEBRUARY 2018 IoT Data Traffic Per Node: The New Critical Metric for IoT System Designers E The best IoT message bandwidth planning may not survive the first contact with real- world data as IoT System Integrators (SIs) and network planners face the challenge of develop - ing a project concept while at the same time an- ticipating the data traffic use case requirements. Wearable Technology Market to Grow Over $25B in 2018 E In its new report titled "Wearable Technol- ogy Market 2018-2028: Forecasts and Analysis by Product Type (Wristwear, Headwear, Body- wear), Application (Consumer Electronics, Healthcare, Enterprise & Industrial, Others) and Geography, with Analysis of Leading Com- panies," Visiongain forecasts the global wear- able technology market to reach past $25 bil- lion in 2018. What's Coming in 3D Printing Technology in 2018 E First, the arrival of extrusion metal printing. Today's extrusion printers are the most prev- alent and, arguably, user-friendly 3D Printers in the market. Now, after years of there being zero metal extrusion printers, there will be two in the new year from Desktop Metal and Mark- forged. These technologies promise new ma- terials and a higher degree of user friendliness for metal printing. Artificial Intelligence a Game Changer for Personal Devices E Emotion artificial intelligence (AI) systems are becoming so sophisticated that Gartner Inc. predicts that by 2022, personal devices will know more about an individual's emotion- al state than his or her own family. Global Smartphone Production Growth Will Drop to Only 5% in 2018 E According to the latest research by Trend- Force, Chinese smartphone brands have con- tinued the prior year's strong growth momen- tum in 2017, bringing the global smartphone production to 1.46 billion units, an increase of 6.5% compared with 2016. IHS Markit Identifies the Top 8 Technology Trends for 2018 E From the Internet of Things to the cloud to artificial intelligence, industries are seeing a new wave of technologies that have the poten- tial to transform and significantly impact the world around us. Swallowable Sensors Reveal Mysteries of Human Gut Health E The trials by researchers at RMIT Universi- ty have uncovered mechanisms in the human body that have never been seen before, includ- ing a potentially new immune system. Electronic Industry News and Market Highlights

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