In two recent global market reports, QY Research and HTF Market Intelligence recognized Neuroelectrics as a key player in both the Electroencephalogram System (EEG) and electrode markets, respectively. While both reports involve different markets, it is clear that Neuroelectrics is making its mark in the global market as a leading organization in brain health.
In their most recent analysis on the EEG market, QY Research makes significant observations on the present and up-and-coming market trends, key components and players. The market intelligence team researched “industry situations, market size, growth and demands, EEG market outlook, business strategies, competitive analysis by EEG market players, deployment models, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, and major player profiles” (EEG System Market). These details factor into the report’s EEG investment predictions stretching from 2018-2025, and we are thrilled that Neuroelectrics is making a global impact in this effort.
Like the previous team, HTF Market Intelligence just released a market report on electrodes, which provides a comprehensive glimpse of EEG electrodes markets. The report includes “key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, key players company profiles and strategies” (EEG Electrodes Market). Forecasts for these products extend until 2022.
While expensive to view/buy in their entirety, these reports touch on several important features of the ever-growing EEG and electrode markets. If you are interested in learning more about the growth of our company, please feel free to reach out us (or obtain these reports online). If not, we hope that this research illustrates how Neuroelectrics’s neurotechnology fairs in the global market. From dry electrodes to High Resolution EEG devices, we strive to design the most intuitive and effective technology for all types of researchers. We are excited to see what these next few years have in store for us, especially with these optimistic reports!
Resources: QY Research EEG Report