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The Global Market for Electronic Textiles, Skin Patches and Wearable Electronics, Batteries & Sensors 2022-2032

  • ID: 5570867
  • Report
  • April 2022
  • Region: Global
  • 555 Pages
  • Future Markets, Inc
The Global Market for Electronic Textiles, Skin Patches & Wearable Electronics, Batteries and Sensors presents the latest developments in electronic textiles, wearable electronics, batteries and sensors as well as skin patches including remote sensing technologies for continuous measurement and modulation of body parameters including glucose, heart rate, blood pressure, sweat, etc.

Report contents include: 
  • Market analysis of smart skin patches, e-textiles, wearable batteries & sensors, printed, flexible and stretchable electronics. Including invasive as well as non- invasive technologies, on-skin and textile electronics and use for clothing, communication, information, healthcare monitoring, sensing etc
  • In depth commercial assessment including products, producers, functionalities and prices
  • Global market revenues, historical and forecast to 2032 for e-textiles, skin patches and wearable electronics, batteries & sensors
  • 336 company profiles. Companies profiled include Almawave, Ava AG, Azalea Vision, BioIntelliSense, Cefaly Technology, Cogwear, GE Heatlthcare, InnovationLab, Jabil, Liquid Metal, Medtronic, Myant, Nanoleq AG, Organic Robotics Corporation, Wise SRL etc

Table of Contents

1  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1  The evolution of electronics
1.2  The wearables revolution
1.3  Wearable market leaders
1.4  From rigid to flexible and stretchable
1.5  Flexible and stretchable electronics in wearables
1.6  Stretchable artificial skin
1.7  Organic and printed electronics
1.8  Wearable electronics in the textiles industry
1.9  New conductive materials
1.10 Foldable smartphones and tablets
1.11 Entertainment
1.12 Growth in flexible and stretchable electronics market
1.13 Innovations at CES 2021
1.14 Innovations at CES 2022
1.15 Investment funding 2019-2022
2  WEARABLE ELECTRONICS
2.1  Market drivers and trends
2.2  Recent developments
2.3  Smartwatches
2.3.1 Recent innovations
2.3.2 Health monitoring
2.3.3 Energy harvesting for powering smartwatches
2.3.4 Main smart watch producers and products
2.4  Sports and fitness trackers
2.4.1 Wearable devices
2.4.2 Skin patches
2.4.3 Products
2.5  Sleep trackers and wearable monitors
2.5.1 Built in function in smart watches and fitness trackers
2.5.2 Smart rings
2.5.3 Headbands
2.5.4 Patches
2.5.5 Masks
2.6  Smart glasses and head-mounted displays (VR, AR, MR, vision loss and eye trackers)
2.6.1 Products
2.6.2 Virtual Reality (VR) devices
2.6.3 Augmented (AR) headsets and smart glasses
2.6.4 Mixed Reality (MR) smart glasses
2.7  Military wearables
2.8  Industrial and workplace monitoring
2.8.1 Products
2.9  Global market size
2.9.1 By product type, 2015-2032, billions USD
2.9.2 Market share by product type
2.10 Market challenges
3  SKIN PATCHES
3.1  Market drivers
3.2  Current state of the art
3.2.1 Wearable medical device products
3.2.2 Temperature and respiratory rate monitoring
3.3  Wearable health monitoring and rehabilitation
3.3.1 Companies and products
3.4  Electronic skin patches
3.4.1 Applications
3.4.2 Materials
3.4.2.1 Nanomaterials-based devices
3.4.3 Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM)
3.4.3.1 Minimally-invasive CGM sensors
3.4.3.2 Non-invasive CGM sensors
3.4.3.3 Minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose monitoring companies and products
3.4.4 Cardiovascular
3.4.4.1 ECG sensors
3.4.4.1.1  Companies and products
3.4.4.2 PPG sensors
3.4.4.2.1  Companies and products
3.4.5 Pregnancy and newborn monitoring
3.4.5.1 Companies and products
3.4.6 Wearable temperature monitoring
3.4.6.1 Companies and products
3.4.7 Hydration sensors
3.4.7.1 Companies and products
3.4.8 Wearable sweat sensors (medical and sports)
3.4.8.1 Companies and products
3.5  Wearable drug delivery
3.5.1 Companies and products
3.6  Cosmetics patches
3.6.1 Companies and products
3.7  Smart footwear for health monitoring
3.7.1 Companies and products
3.8  Smart contact lenses
3.8.1 Companies and products
3.9  Smart woundcare
3.9.1 Companies and products
3.10 Wearable exoskeletons
3.10.1 Companies and products
3.11 Medical hearables
3.11.1 Companies and products
3.12 Global market size
3.12.1 By product type, 2015-2032, billions USD
3.12.2 Market share, by product type
3.13 Market challenges
4  ELECTRONIC TEXTILES (E-TEXTILES)
4.1  Market drivers
4.2  Performance requirements for E-textiles
4.3  Growth prospects for electronic textiles
4.4  Materials and components
4.4.1 Conductive and stretchable yarns
4.4.2 Conductive polymers
4.4.2.1 PDMS
4.4.2.2 PEDOT: PSS
4.4.3 Conductive coatings
4.4.4 Conductive inks
4.4.5 Nanomaterials
4.4.5.1 Nanocoatings in smart textiles
4.4.5.2 Graphene
4.4.5.3 Nanofibers
4.4.5.4 Carbon nanotubes
4.5  Phase change materials
4.5.1 Temperature controlled fabrics
4.6  Smart clothing products
4.7  Electronic textile products
4.8  Temperature monitoring and regulation
4.8.1 Heated clothing
4.8.2 Heated gloves
4.8.3 Heated insoles
4.8.4 Heated jacket and clothing products
4.8.5 Materials used in flexible heaters and applications
4.9  Stretchable E-fabrics
4.10 Wearable therapeutic products
4.11 Sports and fitness
4.12 Smart footwear
4.12.1 Companies and products
4.13 Military
4.14 Flexible and wearable display advertising
4.15 Textile-based lighting
4.15.1 OLEDs
4.16 Smart diapers
4.16.1 Companies and products
4.17 Automotive
4.18 Global market size
4.18.1 E-textiles investments and funding 2020-2021
4.18.2 By product type, 2015-2032, billions USD
4.18.3 Market share, by product type
4.19 Market challenges
5  BATTERIES IN E-TEXILES, SKIN PATCHES AND WEARABLE ELECTRONICS
5.1  Wearable batteries
5.2  Flexible batteries
5.2.1 Technical specifications
5.2.1.1 Approaches to flexibility
5.2.2 Flexible and wearable Metal-sulfur batteries
5.2.3 Flexible and wearable Metal-air batteries
5.2.4 Flexible Lithium-ion Batteries
5.2.4.1 Electrode designs
5.2.4.2 Fiber-shaped Lithium-Ion batteries
5.2.4.3 Stretchable lithium-ion batteries
5.2.4.4 Origami and kirigami lithium-ion batteries
5.2.5 Flexible Li/S batteries
5.2.5.1 Components
5.2.5.2 Carbon nanomaterials
5.2.6 Flexible lithium-manganese dioxide (Li–MnO2) batteries
5.2.7 Flexible zinc-based batteries
5.2.7.1 Components
5.2.7.1.1  Anodes
5.2.7.1.2  Cathodes
5.2.7.2 Challenges
5.2.7.3 Flexible zinc-manganese dioxide (Zn–Mn) batteries
5.2.7.4 Flexible silver–zinc (Ag–Zn) batteries
5.2.7.5 Flexible Zn–Air batteries
5.2.7.6 Flexible zinc-vanadium batteries
5.2.8 Fiber-shaped batteries
5.2.8.1 Carbon nanotubes
5.2.8.2 Types
5.2.8.3 Applications
5.2.8.4 Challenges
5.2.9 Transparent batteries
5.2.9.1 Components
5.2.10 Degradable batteries
5.2.10.1  Components
5.2.11 Flexible and stretchable supercapacitors
5.2.11.1  Nanomaterials for electrodes
5.3  Printed batteries
5.3.1 Technical specifications
5.3.1.1 Components
5.3.1.2 Design
5.3.1.3 Key features
5.3.1.4 Materials
5.3.1.5 Printing techniques
5.3.1.6 Applications
5.3.2 Lithium-ion (LIB) printed batteries
5.3.3 Zinc-based printed batteries
5.3.4 3D Printed batteries
5.3.4.1 3D Printing techniques for battery manufacturing
5.3.4.2 Materials for 3D printed batteries
5.3.4.2.1  Electrode materials
5.3.4.2.2  Electrolyte Materials
5.3.5 Printed supercapacitors
5.3.5.1 Electrode materials
5.3.5.2 Electrolytes
5.4  Energy sources for wearable sensors
5.5  Textile-based batteries
5.6  Energy harvesting
5.7  Powering E-textiles
5.8  Advantages and disadvantages of main battery types for E-textiles
5.9  Bio-batteries
5.10 Challenges for battery integration in smart textiles
5.11 Global market to 2032, by types and markets (revenues)
6  COMPANY PROFILES (336 COMPANY PROFILES)7  RESEARCH METHODOLOGY8  REFERENCES
List of Tables
Table 1. Types of wearable devices and applications
Table 2. Types of wearable devices and the data collected
Table 3. Wearable market leaders by market segment
Table 4. Applications in printed, flexible and stretchable electronics, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof
Table 5. Advanced materials for Printed, flexible and stretchable sensors and Electronics-Advantages and disadvantages
Table 6. Sheet resistance (RS) and transparency (T) values for transparent conductive oxides and alternative materials for transparent conductive electrodes (TCE)
Table 7. Foldable smartphones and tablets, on or near market
Table 8. Wearable electronics at CES 2021
Table 9. Wearable electronics at CES 2022
Table 10. Wearables Investment funding 2019-2022
Table 11. Market drivers and trends in wearable electronics
Table 12. Wearable health monitors
Table 13. Main smart watch producers and products
Table 14. Wearable sensors for sports performance
Table 15. Wearable sensor products for monitoring sport performance
Table 16. Example wearable sleep tracker products and prices
Table 17. Smart ring products
Table 18. Sleep headband products
Table 19. Smart sleep mask products
Table 20. Smart glasses companies and products
Table 21. VR headset products
Table 22. Augmented reality (AR) smart glass products
Table 23. Mixed Reality (MR) smart glass products
Table 24. Wearable electronics applications in the military
Table 25. Wearable workplace products
Table 26. Global market for wearable electronics, 2015-2032, by product type, billions $
Table 27.Market challenges in wearable electronics
Table 28. Market drivers for printed, flexible and stretchable medical and healthcare sensors and wearables
Table 29. Examples of wearable medical device products
Table 30. Medical wearable companies applying products to COVID-19 monitoring and analysis
Table 31. Applications in flexible and stretchable health monitors, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof
Table 32. Wearable bio-signal monitoring devices
Table 33. Technologies for minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose detection-advantages and disadvantages
Table 34. Commercial devices for non-invasive glucose monitoring not released or withdrawn from market
Table 35. Minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose monitoring products
Table 36. Companies developing wearable swear sensors
Table 37. Wearable drug delivery companies and products
Table 38. Companies and products, cosmetics and drug delivery patches
Table 39. Companies and products in smart footwear
Table 40. Companies and products in smart contact lenses
Table 41. Companies and products in smart wound care
Table 42. Companies developing wearable exoskeletons
Table 43. Companies and products in hearables
Table 44. Global medical and healthcare wearables market, 2017-2032, billions $, by product
Table 45. Market challenges in medical and healthcare sensors and wearables
Table 46. Market drivers for printed, flexible, stretchable and organic electronic textiles
Table 47. Examples of smart textile products
Table 48. Performance requirements for E-textiles
Table 49. Types of flexible conductive polymers, properties and applications
Table 50. Typical conductive ink formulation
Table 51. Comparative properties of conductive inks
Table 52. Applications in textiles, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof
Table 53. Nanocoatings applied in the textiles industry-type of coating, nanomaterials utilized, benefits and applications
Table 54. Applications and benefits of graphene in textiles and apparel
Table 55. Properties of CNTs and comparable materials
Table 56. Commercially available smart clothing products
Table 57. Electronic textile products
Table 58. Example heated jacket products
Table 59. Heated jacket and clothing products
Table 60. Examples of materials used in flexible heaters and applications
Table 61. Companies and products in smart footwear
Table 62. Wearable electronics applications in the military
Table 63. Companies developing smart diaper products
Table 64. E-textiles investments and funding 2020-2021
Table 65. Global electronic textiles and smart clothing market 2017-2030, revenues (billions USD)
Table 66. Market challenges in E-textiles
Table 67. Market requirements for energy storage in wearables
Table 68. Flexible battery applications and technical requirements
Table 69. Flexible Li-ion battery prototypes
Table 70. Electrode designs in flexible lithium-ion batteries
Table 71. Summary of fiber-shaped lithium-ion batteries
Table 72. Types of fiber-shaped batteries
Table 73. Components of transparent batteries
Table 74. Components of degradable batteries
Table 75. Applications of nanomaterials in flexible and stretchable supercapacitors, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof
Table 76. Main components and properties of different printed battery types
Table 77.2D and 3D printing techniques
Table 78. Printing techniques applied to printed batteries
Table 79. Main components and corresponding electrochemical values of lithium-ion printed batteries
Table 80. Printing technique, main components and corresponding electrochemical values of printed batteries based on Zn–MnO2 and other battery types
Table 81. Main 3D Printing techniques for battery manufacturing
Table 82. Electrode Materials for 3D Printed Batteries
Table 83. Methods for printing supercapacitors
Table 84. Electrode Materials for printed supercapacitors
Table 85. Electrolytes for printed supercapacitors
Table 86. Main properties and components of printed supercapacitors
Table 87. Flexible batteries types in wearable sensors
Table 88. Advantages and disadvantages of batteries for E-textiles
Table 89. Comparison of prototype batteries (flexible, textile, and other) in terms of area-specific performance
Table 90. Battery performance test specifications of J. Flex batteries
List of Figures
Figure 1. Evolution of electronics
Figure 2. Wove Band
Figure 3. Wearable graphene medical sensor
Figure 4. Stretchable transistor
Figure 5. Artificial skin prototype for gesture recognition
Figure 6. Applications timeline for organic and printed electronics
Figure 7. Applications of wearable flexible sensors worn on various body parts
Figure 8. Systemization of wearable electronic systems
Figure 9. Intel Horseshoe Bend
Figure 10. ThinkPad X1 Fold
Figure 11. Motorola Razr
Figure 12. Galaxy Fold 2
Figure 13. Galaxy Z Flip
Figure 14. Tri-fold phone-tablet hybrid
Figure 15. TCL rollable phone
Figure 16. Xiaomi MIX Flex
Figure 17. Baby Monitor
Figure 18. Wearable health monitor incorporating graphene photodetectors
Figure 19. Wearable bio-fluid monitoring system for monitoring of hydration
Figure 20. Beddr SleepTuner
Figure 21. TCL NXTWEAR Air
Figure 22. Shiftall MeganeX
Figure 23. Vuzix Blade
Figure 24. NReal Light MR smart glasses
Figure 25. Global market for wearables, 2015-2032, by product type, billions US$
Figure 26. Global market for hearables, 2017-2032, by product type, billions US$
Figure 27. Global market for wearables, 2020-2032, by market share of product type
Figure 28. Connected human body and product examples
Figure 29. Companies and products in wearable health monitoring and rehabilitation devices and products
Figure 30. Smart e-skin system comprising health-monitoring sensors, displays, and ultra flexible PLEDs
Figure 31. Graphene medical patch
Figure 32. Graphene-based E-skin patch
Figure 33. Technologies for minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose detection
Figure 34. Schematic of non-invasive CGM sensor
Figure 35. Adhesive wearable CGM sensor
Figure 36. VitalPatch
Figure 37. Wearable ECG-textile
Figure 38. Wearable ECG recorder
Figure 39. Nexkin™
Figure 40. Bloomlife
Figure 41. Enfucell wearable temperature tag
Figure 42. TempTraQ wearable wireless thermometer
Figure 43. Nanowire skin hydration patch
Figure 44. NIX sensors
Figure 45. Wearable sweat sensor
Figure 46. Wearable sweat sensor
Figure 47. Gatorade's GX Sweat Patch
Figure 48. Sweat sensor incorporated into face mask
Figure 49. Lab-on-Skin™
Figure 50. D-mine Pump
Figure 51. My UV Patch
Figure 52. Overview layers of L'Oreal skin patch
Figure 53. Digitsole Smartshoe
Figure 54. Schematic of smart wound dressing
Figure 55. REPAIR electronic patch concept. Image courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Figure 56. Honda Walking Assist
Figure 57. archelis wearable chair
Figure 58. Nuheara IQbuds² Max
Figure 59. Global medical and healthcare wearables market, 2017-2032, billions $, by product
Figure 60. Global market for medical and healthcare sensors and wearables, 2020-2032, by market share of product type
Figure 61. Conductive yarns
Figure 62. SEM image of cotton fibers with PEDOT:PSS coating
Figure 63. Applications of graphene in smart textiles and apparel
Figure 64. PCM cooling vest
Figure 65. EXO2 Stormwalker 2 Heated Jacket
Figure 66. Flexible polymer-based heated glove, sock and slipper
Figure 67. ThermaCell Rechargeable Heated Insoles
Figure 68. Myant sleeve tracks biochemical indicators in sweat
Figure 69. Flexible polymer-based therapeutic products
Figure 70. iStimUweaR
Figure 71. Digitsole Smartshoe
Figure 72. Basketball referee Royole fully flexible display
Figure 73. ABENA Nova smart diaper
Figure 74. Textile-based car seat heaters
Figure 75. Global electronic textiles and smart clothing 2017-2030, revenues (billions USD)
Figure 76. Global market for electronics and smart textiles, 2020-2032, by market share of product type
Figure 77. Stretchable transistor
Figure 78. Ragone plots of diverse batteries and the commonly used electronics powered by flexible batteries
Figure 79. Flexible, rechargeable battery
Figure 80. Various architectures for flexible and stretchable electrochemical energy storage
Figure 81. Types of flexible batteries
Figure 82. Materials and design structures in flexible lithium ion batteries
Figure 83. Flexible/stretchable LIBs with different structures
Figure 84. Schematic of the structure of stretchable LIBs
Figure 85. Electrochemical performance of materials in flexible LIBs
Figure 86. a–c) Schematic illustration of coaxial (a), twisted (b), and stretchable (c) LIBs
Figure 87. a) Schematic illustration of the fabrication of the superstretchy LIB based on an MWCNT/LMO composite fiber and an MWCNT/LTO composite fiber. b,c) Photograph (b) and the schematic illustration (c) of a stretchable fiber-shaped battery under stretching conditions. d) Schematic illustration of the spring-like stretchable LIB. e) SEM images of a fiberat different strains. f) Evolution of specific capacitance with strain. d–f)
Figure 88. Origami disposable battery
Figure 89. Zn–MnO2 batteries produced by Brightvolt
Figure 90. Charge storage mechanism of alkaline Zn-based batteries and zinc-ion batteries
Figure 91. Zn–MnO2 batteries produced by Blue Spark
Figure 92. Ag–Zn batteries produced by Imprint Energy
Figure 93. Transparent batteries
Figure 94. Degradable batteries
Figure 95. Schematic of supercapacitors in wearables
Figure 96. (A) Schematic overview of a flexible supercapacitor as compared to conventional supercapacitor
Figure 97. Stretchable graphene supercapacitor
Figure 98. Various applications of printed paper batteries
Figure 99.Schematic representation of the main components of a battery
Figure 100. Schematic of a printed battery in a sandwich cell architecture, where the anode and cathode of the battery are stacked together
Figure 101. Manufacturing Processes for Conventional Batteries (I), 3D Microbatteries (II), and 3D-Printed Batteries (III)
Figure 102. Main printing methods for supercapacitors
Figure 103. Schematic flow chart of self-powering smart wearable sensors
Figure 104. E-textile flexible, printed and thin film battery applications
Figure 105. Wearable self-powered devices
Figure 106. Power supply mechanisms for electronic textiles and wearables
Figure 107. Revenues for thin film, flexible and printed batteries 2021-2032, by market, millions USD (excluding thin film solid-state batteries)
Figure 108. Libre 3
Figure 109. KneeStim
Figure 110. LED hooded jacket
Figure 111. Heated element module
Figure 112. Structure of Azalea Vision’s smart contact lens
Figure 113. Cogwear Headband
Figure 114. Graphene dress. The dress changes colour in sync with the wearer’s breathing
Figure 115. Descante Solar Thermo insulated jacket
Figure 116. G+ Graphene Aero Jersey
Figure 117. Roll-to-roll equipment working with ultrathin steel substrate
Figure 118. HiFlex strain/pressure sensor
Figure 119. KiTT motion tracking knee sleeve
Figure 120. KnowU™
Figure 121. Electroskin integration schematic
Figure 122. Vital Shirt from Nanoleq
Figure 123. Modius Sleep wearable device
Figure 124. Nextiles e-fabric
Figure 125. Prevayl sensor
Figure 126. Printed battery
Figure 127. RealWear HMT-1
Figure 128. Sylvee 1.0
Figure 129. RootiRx
Figure 130. Smardii smart diaper
Figure 131. Teslasuit
Figure 132. Ultrahuman wearable glucose monitor
Figure 133. Wiliot tags
Figure 134. Zeit Medical Wearable Headband
Figure 135. YouCare smart shirt

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Almawave
  • Ava AG
  • Azalea Vision
  • BioIntelliSense
  • Cefaly Technology
  • Cogwear
  • GE Heatlthcare
  • InnovationLab
  • Jabil
  • Liquid Metal
  • Medtronic
  • Myant
  • Nanoleq AG
  • Organic Robotics Corporation
  • Wise SRL etc

Methodology

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