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[January 09, 2013]

Regulation and Policy for Wearable Augmented Reality

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9g63jh/regulation_and) has announced the addition of the "Regulation and Policy for Wearable Augmented Reality" report to their offering.

Progress in wearable technologies for monitoring is driven by the same factors that were behind the transition from desktop computing and communication tools to portable devices providing processing and ubiquitous connectivity. These drivers include substantive changes in key social and economic factors. This transition is fuelled by the enormous technical advances in microelectronics and communication technologies as well as the ongoing process of miniaturization.

With the coming commercial introduction and widespread use of wearable Augmented Reality (AR), there will be a need for new policies and regulations for their use. These policies go beyond the obvious and extend into many areas of end-user behavior and usage conditions.

Target Audience: - Wireless carriers and other service providers - Augmented Reality (AR) application developers - Telemetry, Telematics, and vehicle monitoring companies - Telecom (fixed and wireless) and ICT infrastructure providers - Government agencies, regulatory authorities, and commissions Key Topics Covered: 1.0 Executive Summary 2.0 Introduction 3.0 Ar Policies And Legal Issues 4.0 Ar Liability And Potential Legal Issues 5.0 The Effect Of Policy And Regulations On Ar Applications Figures Figure 1 Photos Geotagging Figure 2 Market Requirements and Service providers' role Figure 3 Optic Recognition Figure 4 Advertising Polices and revenue Models For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9g63jh/regulation_and CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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