Bharatbook added a new report on "2011 Ultimate Guide to Location Based Services and Applications" Location-Based Services, often referred to as LBS, use information transmitted from a device to determine its presence and location. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=167437&rt=The-2011-Ultimate-Guide-to-Location-Based-Services-and-Applications.html )Terminals can be fixed or mobile; both receive and transmit data. They include, but are not limited to, wireless phones, laptops, portable navigation devices, and embedded systems. Amassed with location identification are a host of functions ranging from marketing and payments, safety and security, and social networking and local business search. Usually coupled with LBS are navigation solutions.
In 2007, LBS achieved an inflection point, gaining traction with global industry and financial analysts. The forecasts varied and still do. In 2010, Gartner forecasted global LBS revenues to surpass USD $1.5B in Q4, Juniper forecasts that by 2014 the global monetary circulation for LBS to achieve USD $13B, and Global Industry Analysts projects that by 2015 the global LBS market will reach USD $21B.
Investors of capital and human resources that do not rely on press release headlines to evaluate the profit delivery for LBS will require a deep dive into the ecosystem based upon the insights and analysis of technology executives.
This report is multi-dimensional, providing the audience with technology and business insights, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and case-studies providing oversight of strategy and implementation.
Further, the report identifies trending opportunities to exploit ahead of market cycles. Examined are intellectual property triggers, which are commonly ignored among one-off product vendors, particularly application and content developers. The merits of supply chain orders are also examined to determine their usefulness in corporate and/or product strategy, marketing partnerships, and sales planning.
The full report is organized into the following sections:
* Basic and Advanced Location Technologies
* LBS Ecosystem and Value Chain
* Commercial Applications
* Market Modeling
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Bharatbook added a new report on "2011 Ultimate Guide to Location Based Services and Applications" Location-Based Services, often referred to as LBS, use information transmitted