Speech Generation Devices Market to See Strong Growth
Data Bridge Market Research valued the global speech-generating devices market at $230.42 million in 2021 and expects it to grow up to $587.02 million by 2029, at a compound annual growth rate of 12 percent.
The advent of static display devices, government spending on education for students with disabilities, and rising demand for static-display voice-generation devices are expected to drive market growth, it said.
The report notes that although the technology has been in some phases of development since the mid-1970s, over time, many technological advances in electronics have made devices more interactive and portable.
The technology, it said, has seen increased demand as the number of conditions and people with communication, speech, or cognitive impairment also increases.
Speech generating devices allow users to select messages to be spoken aloud. They contain words, letters, or images to convey a message to an individual. With different devices for each language type, users can find many overlays to extend their vocabulary options.
Key players identified in the report include Tobii Dynavox, PRC Saltito, Lingraphica, Toby Churchill, Textspeak, Zygo, Attainment, Jabbla, Nuance Communications, and Amazon Web Services.