Learning Management Systems Driven by Proliferation of Mobile Devices

San Francisco, California, May 10, 2017: Over the past few years, learning management systems have emerged as a powerful instrument to train employees and educate customers about products and services. A report by TMR Research, titled “Learning Management Systems (LMS) Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017–2025,” encompasses all the vital aspects of the market. It presents a detailed analysis of the market between 2017 and 2025.

Universities and e-learning courses are primary targets of learning manufacturing systems manufacturers and therefore, the increasing number of universities and e-learning platforms is playing a pivotal role in the growth of the market. The proliferation of mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones, and laptops is augmenting the adoption of learning management systems. Rapid advancements in networking technologies and the rising penetration of high-speed data communication networks across remote areas are also working in favor of the market.

On the flip side, the integration and compliance issues associated with existing learning management systems are inhibiting the growth of the market. Moreover, these systems offer limited personalization, customization, and in-home content authoring feasibility options to end users, which limits their widespread adoption. However, the emergence of wearable e-learning technologies and gadgets is making the global learning management systems market highly opportunistic.

Geographically, North America will be a prominent market for learning management systems throughout the forecast horizon, with the U.S. being a major revenue contributor. The presence of an established e-learning industry and superior networking infrastructure in the U.S. is supplementing the growth of the region. The region is also a home to some of the leading learning management system manufacturers, which provides it an edge over other regions.

Asia Pacific is expected to post a significant CAGR during the same period. The growth of the region can be attributed to the ongoing developments in network infrastructure in emerging economies such as India, China, and the Philippines. The growing emphasis on introducing digital corporate training and product data distribution models is also contributing to the growth of the region.

The global learning management systems market exhibits a high degree of competition. Players in the market are resorting to strategic collaborations and acquisitions as their primary strategies to consolidate their position in this highly fragmented arena. Some of the prominent participants in the global market are ACS Technologies Group Inc., Cornerstone Ondemand Inc., Instructure Inc., Oracle Corporation, SAP SE, McGraw-Hill Education, Saba Software Inc., Skillsoft Limited, Upside Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd., IST AB, IBM Corporation, and Blackboard Inc

Virtual Training and Simulation Receives Steady Funding

San Francisco, California, May 10, 2017: TMR Research announces a new report on the global virtual training and simulation market. The report presents a thorough study of the market’s historical growth trajectory and present condition, and further delivers reliable predictions regarding the market’s growth in the coming years. The geographical breakdown and competitive dynamics of the global virtual training and simulation market are also examined in the report, titled ‘Virtual Training and Simulation Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025.’

The global virtual training and simulation market is a relatively modern conception, with the steady research into virtual reality in recent years driving investment into the development of virtual training and simulation devices. These devices are used primarily in situations where the training situation is too difficult to recreate for training purposes. The armed forces, the healthcare sector, and the oil and gas industry are some of the leading consumers in the virtual training and simulation market and are likely to ensure steady growth of the market in the coming years due to the steady availability of funding for quality improvement in these sectors.

By component, the global virtual training and simulation market is segmented into hardware and software. Of these, hardware is likely to account for a dominant share in the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years. The technology supporting virtual training and simulation is one of the most intensely researched technologies of our time, and steady progression is expected in the same in the coming years. This could lower the prices of virtual training and simulation devices, boosting the adoption of the technology.

The rising emphasis on the armed forces in several nations across the world is likely to remain a key driver for the global virtual training and simulation market. The booming aviation sector also bodes well for the virtual training and simulation market, as the adoption of virtual training programs for pilots is on the rise in the aviation industry. The rising focus on passenger safety is likely to make this a crucial driver for the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years.

Regionally, North America is likely to remain the key contributor to the global virtual training and simulation market in the coming years due to the easy availability of an advanced technological framework to improve and fully utilize virtual training and simulation technology. Asia Pacific is also likely to play a key role in the development of the virtual training and simulation market due to the rising demand for e-learning solutions as well as the steady investment in the healthcare sector in the region, which could lead to the adoption of virtual training and simulation technology on a wider scale in the coming years.

The report also presents an assessment of the global virtual training and simulation market’s competitive landscape. The report profiles several leading players in the global virtual training and simulation market, including BAE Systems, L-3 Link Simulation and Training, Lockheed Martin, Kratos Defense & Security Solutions inc., ANSYS Inc., and Cubic Corporation.

Google’s New Operating System ‘Fuchsia’ to Replace Android?

Rumors are ripe that Google has developed a new operating system called ‘Fuchsia,’ which is much faster with homegrown internal software known as ‘Magenta’ and offers enhanced security. If the stories hold true, Fuchsia may replace smartphone OS Android as well as Chrome OS for netbooks.

Fuchsia Has Come a Long Way in Less than a Year
Back in August 2016 when Fuchsia was first noticed merely as a command line by the industry experts, it is now believed to have its own interface called ‘Armadillo.’ Unlike Android and previous OS from Google, which were based on Linux, the technology and search engine giant has taken a different route this time by developing a microkernel called Magenta. This new route has been inspired by the fact that the number of users has now exceeded billion mark and the demand for faster processors with non-trivial amounts of RAM is escalating.

Fuchsia Focuses on Personal Approach Rather than Applications
Among the most striking difference in Fuchsia from Android is that the homepage is much larger and emphasis has been given to a single window providing all functionalities rather than depending on individual applications. User’s profile picture is at the focal point, and provides variety of settings on a tap, such as volume, brightness, and other controls. Based on the available images, it appears that swiping up the bottom provides a menu of suggested apps to the user as well as shortcuts to other apps. The keyboard, however, seems quite similar to Google’s own Gboard.

Experts believe that Fuchsia can support three application at a time with 33/33/33 split, if not four applications simultaneously at 75/25/75/25 split.

Large Investments Bode Well for Drone-powered Business Solutions

San Francisco, California, May 09, 2017 : The global drone-powered business solutions market is anticipated to rope in opportunities for a tangible growth on the back of some crucial factors. According to a report compiled by TMR Research bearing the title “Drone-powered Business Solutions Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” towering investments by dominant players and unceasing technological development could bode well for a surging demand in the near future. Although there could be a few deterrents rolling back the demand in the world drone-powered business solutions market to some extent, players are expected to find handsome opportunities to rise above the odds.

The growth in the world drone-powered business solutions market could be favored by a wide scope of applications in various industries, impressive furtherance in the commercial drone sector, and formulation of regulatory and legislative framework on the part of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Multiple business opportunities are prognosticated to take birth as the demand for cost-efficient solutions and improved safety increases.

Howbeit, the advancement of the world drone-powered business solutions market could be impeded by certain factors such as exorbitant maintenance cost, repair complexities, limited battery life, and strict compliance requirements.

Nevertheless, the application of drones progressing far beyond photography and video and improvement of warfare capabilities is predicted to sideline the deterrents in the world drone-powered business solutions market. Today, an elevating count of businesses from various fields are looking to engage drones in their regular operations. Moreover, they are planning on drone-based services for creating novel operational and business models as a response to aggressively developing drone technologies.

Especially in the U.S., the demand for drone technology is envisioned to aggravate due to its critical applications such as data generation in a broad spectrum of business fields. As a result, North America could demonstrate supremacy in the international drone-powered business solutions market. In the foreseeable future, Europe is foretold to attract a whole lot of demand while riding on standardizations authorized by official bodies. For instance, the European Commission (EC) has already made its intentions clear to integrate UAVs into its aviation safety architecture and systemize unmanned aircraft safety (UAS) regulations.

Leading companies in the international drone-powered business solutions market are envisaged to consider scheduling UAV training programs for their staff and producing novel technologies as part of the focus on expanding their commercial bases. Superior players such as PrecisionHawk, DroneDeploy, senseFly Ltd., Phoenix Drone Services LLC, and 3D Robotics could gain a competitive edge over other participants in the international drone-powered business solutions market.