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E-テキスタイルとスマート衣料 2020-2030年:材料、加工、部品、製品と市場の包括的レビュー

E-textiles and Smart Clothing 2020-2030: Technologies, Markets and Players

A comprehensive review of materials, processes, components, products and markets

 

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IDTechEx
アイディーテックエックス
2020年4月 GBP 4,650
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サマリー

この調査レポートは、E-テキスタイル(スマート繊維)市場を調査し、市場概要や関連企業222社の情報、今後の市場展望などを掲載しています。

主な掲載内容  ※目次より抜粋

  1. エグゼクティブサマリー
  2. イントロダクション
  3. E-テキスタイル素材と部品
  4. 未来のE-テキスタイルの実現技術
  5. E-テキスタイルとスマート衣料:製品と市場
  6. E-テキスタイル製品と市場
    1. 医学&医療
    2. スポーツ&フィットネス
    3. 軍事&航空宇宙
    4. ファッション
    5. スマートホーム製品
    6. 自動車向け内装
    7. 動物向けウェアラブル技術
    8. モーションキャプチャ
    9. ハプティクススーツ
    10. アシスト衣料
  7. 市場予測 2020-2030年
  8. プライマリ調査と主要イベントでのインタビュー
  9. 222社の企業プロフィール

Description

Electronic textiles (e-textiles) involves the combination of electronics and textiles to form "smart" textile products. With research compiled over 7 years, a database of over 200 companies in the sector, primary research on activities over 100 companies, coverage of each major product type, market and application that has been discussed and deployed, historic data back to 2010 and forecasts from 2020 to 2030, this is the most comprehensive study compiled on this technology area.
 
We are in contact with textiles for up to 98% of our lives, and they are starting to become intelligent. Part of this revolution includes the integration of electronics and textiles. The ideas for e-textiles have been around for decades, but with increasing commercial focus in the last 30 years. Some e-textile products such as heated blankets and heated clothing have developed throughout this time to become significant commercial markets selling millions of products each year. However, the variety of products is extremely broad; from clothing to bandages, bed linen to industrial fabrics, new products are appearing throughout a variety of verticals as this technology area is increasingly explored.
 
Image source: E-textiles and Smart Clothing 2020-2030: Technologies, Markets and Players (IDTechEx Research)
 
This report covers the entire e-textiles value chain, covering the wide range of materials (including metals, polymers, fibres, yarns, textiles (knitted, woven, embroidered, non-woven) and emerging materials) and components (sensors, connectors and the interface to traditional electronics, etc.) used today. It also presents a roadmap for the future, summarising academic and early prototyping work in areas such as new conductive fibres, stretchable electronics, energy harvesting, energy storage, logic and memory, into a set of 30 examples in order to suggest future potential.
 
However, there remains a significant gulf in commercial maturity for different products within e-textiles. For example, heated clothing has a mature value chain with established manufacturing practices and products being sold around the world under tens (if not hundreds) of brands. Other areas such as the integration of power and data lines into textiles for lightweighting (e.g. in PPE or for soldiers), textile lighting and biometric monitoring have all seen a developing maturity in the value chain over the last decade. Challenges around reliability, cross-compatibility & standards, equipment suitability, materials availability and overheads costs have previously been prohibitive to commercial development of many different product types. However, thanks to significant investments and partnerships, some of these barriers are being lowered, with more players able to make more advanced e-textile products as less prohibitive prices. These developments improve the chances that emerging e-textile products have against incumbent options in each of the markets they target.
 
Across the whole spectrum of e-textile products, the number of proposed application areas and market sectors is extremely broad, albeit with hugely varied commercial maturity. The report describes efforts across a series of key market sectors (including medical & healthcare, sports & fitness, military & space, enterprise, PPE & other workwear, fashion, heated clothing, home e-textiles, etc.), as well as other specific product types or groups that span different potential application areas (such as animal wearables, automotive interiors, motion capture, haptic suits and assistive clothing). Each area has a unique mix of requirements, drivers and relevant industry players, so it is critical to understand the detail of the dynamics in each space in order to successfully plan and grow with this industry.
 
The big picture for e-textiles is extremely promising, particularly when considering a new form factor for electronics and how they can interact with the body. E-textile products are being explored in many exciting niches, from body motion capture, to prevention of multi-billion dollar diseases and side effects, to improving road safety, and many more. Many such areas are discussed in the report, including the latest activities from the most relevant players. However, each of these individual product ecosystems has it's own unique needs, expectations and competitive products, so just "being e-textiles" is not necessarily enough to be successful. The report looks into the specific details of these markets, exploring the details of e-textile products on the market but also their non-e-textile counterparts; this comparison will be a key factor when assessing the future market potential and strategy for players in this industry.
 
With continuous parallel research across the emerging technology ecosystem (including reports on conductive inks, stretchable electronics, wearable technology, printed electronics, printed and flexible sensors, the Internet of Things, emerging energy storage, advanced wound care, healthcare & life sciences, and many more) IDTechEx has leveraged a broad network and experience across the team of expert analysts for this research. On top of this, IDTechEx hosts leading events covering e-textile technology, and the analyst team travels, speaks and meets companies globally each year. The result of these efforts enables this report to be the most comprehensive characterisation of the e-textiles industry today, and an excellent resource for any player involved or actively investigating this space.


 

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