Monday, November 19, 2012

2013: GPS-enabled cameras to break 10 million units sold.


WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesùs.



2013: GPS-enabled cameras to break 10 million units sold. 


According to ABI Research’s latest Report, “Location Applications for Tablets, eReaders, Digital Cameras & Handheld Gaming,” there will be 10 Million digital cameras sold next year that embed a GPS chipset. 

According to the research firm, “the camera market has huge potential, with geotagging a clear driver. With over 30 GPS-enabled cameras on the market, shipments are expected to break 10 million in 2013, and a second wave of new applications emerging around tracking, Maps/POI, and dead-reckoning.


As an industry, there needs to be a complete overhaul of how cameras are designed, to find a way to leverage the photography revolution occurring on smartphones. ABI Research has forecast that this will open the door to GPS, alternative location, and LBS  (Location Based Services) in future.“


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