Smart Textiles: Applications, Technologies and Markets 2018-2023

  • ID: 4533467
  • Report
  • 370 Pages
  • KAMITIS
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3M
  • Calzados Pitillos S.A.
  • Directa Plus
  • Infineon
  • Noble Biomaterials
  • Siren Care
  • MORE

This study presents an overview of the technological advances, the socioeconomic research, as well as a mapping of Smart textiles’ actors across the world. It also presents a forecast of the market from 2018 to 2023.

Three major applications have been identified: Sport, Health and Protection. Fashion tech is also presented.

The textile industry has been undergoing a structural crisis for more than 30 years and has some difficulties in finding a level of suitable growth. The sector’s potential of growth is important because of the emergence of new outlets thanks to smart textiles and the increasing trend of Quantified Self.

Raising the subject of smart textiles does not imply to limit oneself only to the textile industry. Quite the opposite, these new clothes are at the intersection of multiple disciplines such as electronics, chemistry or computing. So, technological advances are the foundations of these new offers even if they are still facing numerous problems of acceptability and technical stakes connected with their lack of maturity. Smart textiles approach various markets and target specific consumers today.

This study contains:

  • A mapping of technologies, companies and collaborative projects on a worldwide scale
  • A study on consumers’ expectations following a study led on a representative panel
  • More than 170 company fact sheets, including patent portfolio analysis
  • Forecast of the development of the market during the 2018-2023 period
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3M
  • Calzados Pitillos S.A.
  • Directa Plus
  • Infineon
  • Noble Biomaterials
  • Siren Care
  • MORE

Part 1: Smart Textile: Definition

Part 2: Technologies

Part 3: The Applications

  • Sports Application
    • The Quantified Self Trend
    • The Drivers of the Sports Application of Smart Textiles
    • The Brakes of the Sports Application of Smart Textiles
  • Medical Application
    • The Drivers of the Medical Application of Smart Textiles
    • The Brakes of the Medical Application of Smart Textiles
  • Protection Application
    • Utility of Smart Textiles for Protection
    • The Drivers of the Protection Application of Smart Textiles
    • The Brakes of the Protection Application of Smart Textiles
  • Fashion Tech
    • Lightening Garments
    • Color Changing Garments
    • Garments in Connection With Social Networks

Part 4: The Drivers and Challenges of the Market

  • Drivers
    • Sociodemographic Driver
    • Technologic Driver
    • Economic Driver
    • Sectorial Drivers
  • Challenges
    • Cost of Development and Final Price
    • Regulatory Challenges
    • Technical Challenges
    • Economical Challenges
    • Social Challenges

Part 5: Consumer Insights

  • Consumers’ Expectations
  • Consumers’ Brakes
  • Customer Value Proposition

Part 6: Legal Issues Involved

Part 7: Market Forecasts

Part 8: Mapping of Companies and Organizations

Part 9: Collaborative Projects

  • European Projects
  • North-American Projects
  • Asian Projects

List of Tables
Table 1: Top Wearable Devices by Product, Volume, Market Share, and CAGR
Table 2: Sensitive data
Table 3: Global market of smart textiles (in million USD)
Table 4: Market shares of the applications on the global market of smart textiles
Table 5: Global market of protective smart textiles (in million USD)
Table 6: The global market of sports smart textiles (in million USD)
Table 7: Global market of medical smart textiles (in million USD)
Table 8: Global market of the textile industry (in million USD)
Table 9: Growth rates of the textile industry and of the market of smart textiles
Table 10: Share of smart textiles in the textile industry

List of Figures
Figure 1: Components in smart textiles
Figure 2: Process of reaction to the environment of smart textiles
Figure 3: The price of a gym membership vs the price of a smart textile
Figure 4: Reasons to quantify yourself (In %)
Figure 5: People who wish to acquire a smart textile for a sports use (In %)
Figure 6: Progressive abandonment of connected bracelets
Figure 7: Quantified Self enthusiasts (in %)
Figure 8: The use of smart textiles in the healthcare sector
Figure 9: What consumers think of the benefit of smart textiles for healthcare
Figure 10: Portion of people who consider that smart textiles are a source of help to manage their health
Figure 11: The telemedicine market (in billion $)
Figure 12: Growth of the number of health mobile applications (in thousands)
Figure 13: Portion of the world’s population over 60 in 2050(%)
Figure 14: Risk of a chronic pathology according to one‘s age
Figure 15: Smart textile for home support
Figure 16: Reassuring factors as to the confidentiality of data (%)
Figure 17: Medical data and health data
Figure 18: Marketing authorization processes
Figure 19: Proposition for the declaration of conformity of connected health devices
Figure 20: The condition for the refund of medical smart textiles
Figure 21: Functioning of Bioserenity’s smart t-shirt and hat
Figure 22: Functioning of a smart textile used for protection purposes
Figure 23: The utility of smart textiles for protection
Figure 24: Components and information transmitted by the smartPRO suit
Figure 25: Goals of the Fashion Tech
Figure 26: The sociodemographic driver
Figure 27: Population structure by major age groups, EU-28, 2016-80
Figure 28: Risks of having a chronic disease according to one’s age
Figure 29: The technologic driver
Figure 30: The economic driver
Figure 31: The sectorial driver
Figure 32: Division of companies on the smart textiles market according to their size (%)
Figure 33: Development costs and finished products sales price
Figure 34: Regulatory challenges
Figure 35: Technical challenge
Figure 36: Value chain of smart textiles
Figure 37: Economic challenge
Figure 38: Part of people whom heard about Smart Textiles
Figure 39: Consumer’s expectations
Figure 40: Consumer’s brakes
Figure 41: Consumer’s opinion about the use of Smart Textile for health
Figure 42: Consumer’s opinion about the use of Smart Textile for sport
Figure 43: Consumer’s practice of sports
Figure 44: Part of consumers owning a connected device
Figure 45: The use of connected devices
Figure 46: Part of consumer practicing the Quantified Self
Figure 47: Part of consumer doing sports among the one who quantified themselves
Figure 48: Buying intentions among people practicing sports often and occasionally
Figure 49: Consumer’s opinion about the use of Smart Textile for health
Figure 50: Consumer’s opinion about the use of Smart Textiles for protection
Figure 51: Consumer’s opinion about the professional use of Smart Textiles in sports
Figure 52: Impacts on health mentioned by consumers
Figure 53: The data brake 3 years ago and in 2017
Figure 54: Consumer’s opinion about the use of Smart Textile for sport
Figure 55: Interests in Smart Textiles
Figure 56: Buying intentions
Figure 57: Portion of people willing or not to share their data
Figure 58: Pairing up methods of protection for smart textiles
Figure 59: Global market of smart textiles in 2018
Figure 60: Sector ranking of the smart textiles market in 2018
Figure 61: Global market of smart textiles (in million USD)
Figure 62: Global market of smart textiles by application (in million USD)
Figure 63: Market share of the applications on the global market of smart textiles (in %)
Figure 64: Global market of protective smart textiles (in million USD)
Figure 65: The global market of sports smart textiles (in million USD)
Figure 66: Global market of medical smart textiles (in million USD)
Figure 67: Global market of the textile industry (in million USD)
Figure 68: Growth trajectories of the smart textiles market and the textile industry (In %)
Figure 69: Growth of the share of smart textiles in the textile industry
Figure 70: Size distribution of firms in the smart textile sector
Figure 71: Distribution of companies in the world

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  • 3M
  • Adidas (Textronics)
  • A-Gas Electronic Materials
  • AiQ Smart Clothing
  • Alexium
  • Alphabet
  • Ambiotex
  • AMSilk
  • ANOUK WIPPRECHT FASHIONTECH
  • Appaparel
  • Apple
  • Applied Materials
  • Ardeje
  • Arsenal Medical
  • Asiatic Fiber Corporation
  • Asociacion para la promocion, investigacion, desarrollo e innovacion tecnologica de la industria del calzado y conexas de la rioja
  • @-Health
  • ATHOS
  • BAE SYSTEMS
  • BASF
  • BeBop Sensors
  • Bertin Aubert Industries
  • Binghamton University
  • Biodevices
  • BioSerenity
  • BLUMINE SRL
  • BodyCAP
  • BodyPlus
  • Bodysens
  • Bonbouton
  • Brochier Technologies
  • Calzados Pitillos S.A.
  • Cambridge Consultants
  • Carel’s MySense
  • Carré Technologies Inc.
  • CEA LETI
  • CEA LETI
  • Center for optics
  • photonics and laser
  • Centexbel
  • CETI
  • CETEMMSA
  • Chromat
  • CITEVE (Portugal)
  • Clara Swiss Tech
  • Clim8
  • Clothing+
  • CLUTEX
  • CNIL
  • CNOM
  • Corderie Meyer Sansboeuf
  • Coventry University
  • CSEM
  • CSMO Textile
  • CuteCircuit
  • Darpa
  • Dartmouth College
  • Diffus Design
  • Digitsole
  • Directa Plus
  • Doubletk
  • Dow Chemical
  • Dracula Technologies
  • DRÄGER
  • Ducere Technologies
  • DuPont
  • Elmarco
  • EMO SNC
  • Eolane Group
  • ERAM
  • Eurecat
  • Exo2
  • E-wear solutions
  • Filspec
  • Flex
  • Footballs & Heartbeats
  • Forster Rohner Textile Innovations
  • Freudenberg
  • GEDS Teknoloji Hiz. Ve Dan Ltd Sti
  • Globe Turnout Gear
  • GRAPHENE PRODUCTION
  • Harvard University
  • H2C brands LLC
  • HealthWatch Ltd
  • Heddoko
  • Holding Textile Hermès
  • HT Concept
  • Imprint Energy
  • Infineon
  • Infi-Tex
  • Infoscitex
  • Intel Corporation
  • Intelligent Textile Limited
  • Interactive Wear
  • International Fashion Machines
  • Isorg
  • ITP GMBH
  • Jabil
  • Jasnarok
  • Jenax
  • Kolon Glotech
  • Komodo Technologies
  • LEITAT
  • Levi Strauss
  • Liebaert
  • LifeBEAM
  • Life Sense Group
  • Like A Glove
  • Medical Design Solution
  • Microsoft
  • Midlinghtsun
  • Massachussetts Institute of Technology
  • MOULINAGE DU SOLIER
  • Muebleconfort
  • Myant & Co
  • Myzone
  • Nanowear
  • Nike
  • Noble Biomaterials
  • Nuada
  • Ohmatex
  • OMSignal
  • Osmotex
  • OtherLab
  • Outlast Technologies
  • Paneratech
  • Percko
  • Phillips
  • Pireta
  • Plasmachem Produktions - und Handel GMBH
  • Plug & Wear
  • Power Textile Limited
  • Primo1D
  • Printed Electronics Ltd
  • Puls@care
  • Rest Devices
  • SALOMON SAS
  • Samsung
  • Sarvint Technologies; Schoeller
  • SCIENCE ET SURFACE
  • SEFAR HOLDING AG
  • Sensing Tex
  • Sensoree
  • Sensoria
  • Shiftwear
  • Silic Shirts
  • Siren Care
  • Smartex
  • Sofileta
  • Solvay
  • Spinali Design
  • Stretchsense
  • Tecnalia
  • TE-Connectivity
  • Teijin
  • Texas Instruments
  • Texinov
  • Texisense
  • TEXTILES DE LA DUNIERE
  • The Unseen
  • Thermal Tech
  • THERM-IC
  • TIBTECH innovations
  • Toray Industries
  • Toyobo
  • Twinery
  • Under Armour
  • University of Massachussetts
  • University of Rhode Island
  • University of Washington
  • Visijax
  • Vitali Wear
  • VTT
  • Wearable Life Science (ANTELOPE CLUB)
  • Wearable Media
  • Wearable X
  • XO International
  • Zoll
  • ZSK Stickmaschinen
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