Prepared for Ian R. | Delivered June 15, 2021
Market Research for the Commercial Use of Bluetooth Low-Energy Wakeup ReceiversI
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To assess the commercial viability of Bluetooth Low-Energy Wakeup Receiver Technology as a basis for building a startup company.
Specifically to identify a potential market for the use of this technology
To estimate the size and trends within identified potential markets
Identify any potential risks related to the market and how to mitigate those risks
And to identify any potential competition or competitors in the form of other technologies or existing companies
The technology described in the
is a significantly better alternative to the ones currently used on the market. Wakeup Receivers (WRX) use much less power than the currently in vogue Bluetooth Low-Energy technology because the receivers are not
to potential nearby devices. As such WRX reduces idle channel
monitoring energy cost
Instead, WRX technology primarily remains in sleep mode and its operational or wake state typically uses less energy. As such this technology would be ideal for the internet of things (IoT) and the
internet of everything
Commercial applications of this technology include Wireless Sensor Networks such as those used for
environmental and infrastructure monitoring
This technology is also useful for both business and personal use, as it can be used for personal devices, such as in smart homes, and for tracking purposes,
such as in logistics.
However, there are currently no companies implementing this technology for commercial goods.
Currently, manufacturers of devices that would find this technology useful are currently relying on
protocol. Although WRX technology would be more effective regarding power usage and longevity, we were unable to identify any devices on the market that are currently using this technology.