This report examines the opportunities within the wearable technology sectors for EU companies in Japan. It begins by presenting and discussing the various subsectors of wearable technology (Activity Trackers and Personal Devices, Fibretronics / Clothing Technology, Healthcare, and HUD / Augmented Reality) as well as recent and future trends and potential opportunities for growth within these subsectors. The report also provides information on distribution channels, certification requirements etc. of which EU companies will need to be aware when attempting to sell their wearable technology in Japan. This report also provides market size projections as well as a list of useful Japanese companies, organisations and trade fairs related to the wearable technology sector.
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