Robotics includes those companies that provide physical robots and related products and services for industrial, collaborative, agricultural, medical, and/or consumer-related automation.
Autonomous vehicles manufacturers provide hardware and/or software used in the development of self-driving cars, unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), or other autonomous vehicles that operate on the ground, in the air, or in the sea.
Lastly, the virtual/mixed/augmented reality component includes companies involved in creating hardware and/or software for delivering immersive virtual reality experiences or for delivering experiences that enhance with real world with digital overlay.
The next major shift in the way technology affects the way we interact in the world and is likely to take the form of multiple new technologies combining to build on the three previous revolutions. The Loup Frontier Tech indexing methodology focuses on technologies deemed most likely to form the next wave of disruption.
“The Loup Frontier Tech Index spans across fast-growing frontier technology themes yielding exposure to highly disruptive companies that are under-represented or overlooked in most traditional technology indexes,” Bond added.
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