Bed Monitoring and Baby Monitoring System Market size was valued at around USD 1.5 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach over USD 3.1 billion by 2032. This incremental growth rate is owing to increasing prevalence of hospital acquired infection and sleeping disorders coupled with increasing adoption of unobtrusive monitoring solutions is expected to fuel the market progress.
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Availability of technologically advance monitoring devices for elderly and children will further augment the product adoption rate. Increasing awareness about child safety, advancements in technology, and a growing elderly population requiring healthcare assistance will stimulate the overall industry expansion. The proliferation of IoT and connected home technologies has contributed to the growth of the bed monitoring and baby monitoring system industry. Moreover, developing healthcare expenditure, growing disposable income, ageing population, the rising adoption of bed monitoring and baby monitoring system will further propel the market trends.p
|Bed Monitoring and Baby Monitoring System Market Size in 2022:
|USD 1.5 Billion
|2023 to 2032
|Forecast Period 2023 to 2032 CAGR:
|2032 Value Projection:
|USD 3.1 Billion
|Historical Data for:
|2018 to 2022
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Bed monitoring and baby monitoring systems are technologically advance monitors that track the activities, movements, and safety of bedridden patients and infants, respectively. These systems employ a combination of sensors, cameras, and wireless connectivity to provide real-time monitoring and alerts.
However, high cost of bed monitoring and baby monitoring system can pose a significant challenge and impede the market growth. The initial investment required to purchase bed monitoring and baby monitoring system, especially those with advanced features and specifications, can result in financial challenges for healthcare facilities those with limited budgets. For instance, the cost of bed monitoring system can range between USD 2,500 to USD 7,000 and can vary according to the technology used in these monitoring systems. Hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare institutions often operate within constrained budgets, making it challenging to allocate funds for expensive monitoring systems. Higher-end systems with advanced features may come with a premium price tag, making them less accessible to a wider range of consumers. Hence, the aforementioned factors is expected to restrict the market growth.