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スマート衣料・Eテキスタイル市場:将来の可能性

The Future Market Potential for Smart Garments and E-textiles

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スマート衣料・Eテキスタイル市場:将来の可能性 The Future Market Potential for Smart Garments and E-textiles
出版日: 2015年10月05日 ページ情報: 英文 56 Pages
概要

エレクトロニクスとテキスタイルを組み合わせた、Eテキスタイルは、10年以上にわたって発展を遂げてきましたが、商業的関心と成功は、最近まで比較的限定的なものでした。しかし、2013年以降、ウェアラブル技術の急成長によって、Eテキスタイルに関心が集まってきています。

当レポートでは、世界のEテキスタイル・スマート (コネクテッド) 衣料について取り上げ、主な市場促進要因、既存・新興の実現技術、市場の主要動向と影響要因、障壁と機会について、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 主な市場促進要因

第3章 実現・新興技術

第4章 影響力のある技術動向

第5章 障壁と機会

第6章 見通し

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Product Code: 244457

E-textiles (combining electronics and textiles) have been in development for over a decade now but commercial interest and success have, until recently, been relatively limited. Since 2013 however, the rapid growth of wearable technology has generated increased interest in the sector. Analysts predict that smart garment shipments in the fitness sector alone will reach 26m garments by 2016, outselling every other type of wearable device.

With smartphone shipments at roughly 1bn units compared to garment volumes of around 60bn units per year, it is perhaps unsurprising that major global brands like Adidas and Ralph Lauren as well as technology giants such as Intel and Google are now considering smart garments as a significant new growth opportunity.

Sometimes, the headlines don't give you the whole picture; this report is for those looking for better knowledge and understanding of this complex market, its key drivers, the major players and enabling technologies. Critically, however, it also outlines the bigger picture of emerging applications, technology trends and other major influences on the sector.

This report will help those who want to discover the opportunities of this fast growing sector, understand potential threats and remain a step ahead of the competition.

Extract: "For smart garments, the relationship with the customer no longer ends at the point of purchase; instead the purchase point is just the start of an on-going dialogue with the customer and a gateway to their entering a larger "ecosystem" of long term services."

Taking a deep technical dive into the futuristic world of electronic textiles and smart (connected) garments, the report provides a complete review of the current - and future - state-of-play in smart garments and e-textiles, covering:

  • Key market drivers
  • Existing and emerging enabling technologies
  • Key trends and influences on the market
  • Barriers and opportunities

It highlights many of the relatively unknown suppliers and key players in each area, outlining critical challenges and opportunities for those wanting to enter the sector. It has been compiled using a combination of primary and secondary research. Many first-hand interviews with key industry players were used alongside extensive secondary research conducted at trade conferences and exhibitions, together with reviews of current information in relevant academic papers, trade journals, news articles, company websites and market reports.

The principal author is a marketing and product development specialist with over 25 years of experience in branded textiles and clothing, mainly in sports, outdoor and military/first responder markets but also including contract furnishings, automotive and medical sector products.

This report will give you a complete guide to the technology driving the sector and the real-world future potential it's capable of creating.

Be one of the first to evaluate whether to add smart garments to your product portfolio today!

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1 Introduction Market outlook
  • Chapter 2 Key market drivers Health Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) Wearable therapies Wellness Sports and fitness Military and first responders Fashion and function New approaches and emerging applications
  • Chapter 3 Enabling and emerging technologies Conductive yarns and fabrics Printed electronics Technical garment manufacture Connectors Power Batteries Energy harvesting Wireless charging
  • Chapter 4 Influential technology trends The Internet of Things (IoT) Ecosystems versus products From apps to ecosystems Data and security
  • Chapter 5 Barriers and opportunities Laundering Intellectual Property case study: Sarvint Technologies Knowledge barriers New business models
  • Chapter 6 Outlook

LIST OF FIGURES

  • Figure 1: Wearable computing device shipments by category (millions)
  • Figure 2: Vivometrics' final Lifeshirt prototype
  • Figure 3: Footfalls & Heartbeats' compression sensor fabric
  • Figure 4: Philips "BlueTouch" flexible wrap
  • Figure 5: Ritmo pregnancy band
    Figure 6: Mimo baby monitoring system
  • Figure 7: Owlet baby monitoring system
    Figure 8: Sproutling baby monitoring system
  • Figure 9: Adidas miCoach
  • Figure 10: Myontec's M-body shorts
  • Figure 11: Wearable Life Sciences' (still in prototype) Antelope shirt
  • Figure 12: BAE system's 'Broadsword' system
  • Figure 13: CuteCircuit's Twitter dress
  • Figure 14: Durex's Fundawear bra
  • Figure 15: Thermoknit's EXO glove liner element
  • Figure 16: Embroidered LEDs from Forster Rohner
  • Figure 17: Suppliers of conductive yarns and fabrics
  • Figure 18: Printed electronics from Holst Centre
  • Figure 19: Reebok MC10 CHECKLIGHT kit
  • Figure 20: TE Connectivity connectors (used in the recent Google-Levi's Project Jacquard development)
  • Figure 21: Imprint Energy Inc.'s printed battery
  • Figure 22: Jenax's printed battery can be folded over 200,000 times!
  • Figure 23: The Holst Centre's Solar Shirt
  • Figure 24: Intel's button-sized chip, "Curie"
  • Figure 25: Freescale's WaRP board
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