Printable, Flexible & Stretchable Sensors & Electronics Demand Increases, States Future Markets in Its Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
09 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Resting on a novel generation of advanced materials, printed, flexible and stretchable sensors and electronics are expected to open up novel possibilities in diverse industry verticals - from healthcare and medical to automotive and buildings.
In the recent years, the surging popularity of the IoT and wearable devices has generated the need for electronics and sensor systems that are lightweight, mechanically flexible, low power consuming, and of a small size, and that are also able to conform to the shape and structure of the environment in which they are designed to operate. They are generally manufactured on flexible plastic substrates or are printed and/or woven into fabrics.
In-demand research report “The Global Market for Printable, Flexible and Stretchable Sensors and Electronics, Edition 2” drawn up by Future Markets provides an all-encompassing, unbiased assessment of the market from a world perspective.
The research gives in-depth insights into existing and future printable, flexible and stretchable products; gives details about the advanced materials used in them. It thoroughly describes the stages of the process of commercialisation for applications – from basic R&D to market entry. The report offers an all-encompassing evaluation of the market drivers and predominant trends. It presents market figures for conductive inks, based on materials type and revenue, and offers detailed market data for inkjetable conductive inks. The research provides market revenue data for wearable electronics globally, includes a forecast of the global transparent conductive electrodes market by materials type. It examines the addressable market for smart textiles and wearables in the medical domain; analyses the thin film, flexible and printed batteries market. The study provides revenue figures for the smart clothing and apparel sector; canvasses the world flexible OLED displays market. Additionally, it profiles more than 200 companies operating in the market space.
More in-demand research reports by Future Markets are available at its page.