Much has been said that success depends on how smart watches that offer novel to users. For example, they could be allowed to carry travel tickets, medical records or access online accounts.
Gather information about a sport ctivities, browse, call and use my phones are the applications that interest now owners of a smartwach. But what about the future?
According to a recent study by GfK also would have accepted for many other uses ; for example, could serve as proof of identity, to verify the ownership of a ticket to ride, as security key for computers or as a payment method.
In fact, after asking users from China, Germany, South Korea, UK and US if they would be interested in performing specific functions through a smartwatch, assuming you could save and send your data safely, nearly half of all respondents say they would be interested in using a smartwatch to provide doctors and hospitals your medical history, such as during an appointment with your doctor or an emergency.
Another potential use reflecting research consultant is as travel tickets. Just under half of respondents in the five countries say they would be willing to use a smartwatch for this purpose. Most are reluctant Europeans: only 32% of respondents in the UK and 31% in Germany said they would use it as a ticket.
Identifying online could also come from the hand of smart watches. Thus, 45% are interested in using it to log on to your personal computer or access your accounts online. The interest increases with age (up to 48% in those over 50 years) and in countries such as China (68%) compared to the UK (33%) and Germany (25%).
In fact, Chinese citizens (57%) would accept even use them as an identity when they go abroad or visiting officials . The low level of acceptance by asking the United States (41%), South Korea (33%), UK (28%) and Germany (20%).
Finally, the use of a smartwatch as support payments for convicts only 35% of respondents in the five countries. China is the country with greater acceptance (54%), followed by the USA (40%), South Korea (28%), UK (27%) and Germany (20%).