will help you investigate industry and market conditions for new technologies
Assessing your market means finding the potential revenue for a product or service - and there are many ways to do this, including primary research (interviews, surveys) and secondary research (reports, statistics, articles.)
We can help with the secondary research:
Agencies of the federal government often support entrepreneurial efforts, and produce market-oriented reports, in their areas. Do a google search ending in "site:.gov" to limit to governmental sources. Examples:
Find industry leaders, statistics, current status, future trends, histories and profiles here.
Reports on niche or new industries often appear in trade journals - found in these databases. Use search terms such as “market,” “forecast,” “trends,” “overview,” etc. along with your own market identifier, i.e. “transceiver". Example: "A Low-Power Miniaturized 315 MHz Transceiver Module for Biosignal Transmission."