DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Triboelectric Energy Harvesting (TENG) 2017-2027" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.
The report navigates the often misleading jargon and double meanings and surfaces the big issues and opportunities with easily grasped infographics. This is a report for investors and materials and device makers. It will assist those planning to use the devices and merge them with their own and governments apportioning research funds. Those in green technology will be able to grasp the opportunity and the challenges without being blinded by mathematics.
After a self-sufficient "Executive summary and conclusions" for those who only have time for this, there is an introduction entirely aimed at commercialisation not history or nostalgia.
The "Introduction" then explains energy harvesting and specifically triboelectricity and the modes of operation and devices resulting, relating these to other forms of electrostatic and other energy harvesting to reveal lessons from the real world. The chapter on the "Focus of Research" summarises and assesses claims using detailed new comparison charts and infographics. Both individual TENG power sources and integrated TENG sensors are assessed.
Chapter four is particularly thorough in addressing "Commercialisation opportunities for TENG devices" based on global visits and privileged data from PhD level IDTechEx analysts. For example, there are tables comparing the commercially desirable attributes of energy harvesting technologies and how triboelectrics fits in. The analyst shares its new projections of many relevant markets in a chapter on "Potential applications - microwatts to watts" including wearables, microcontrollers, single board computers and the Internet of Things.
The chapter on "Applications from ten watts to megawatts" applies projections for electric vehicles land, water and air etc to the triboelectric capability expected. The report closes with a detailed chapter on "Materials opportunities" relating needs to achievements to reveal gaps in the market. Then the new "Interviews" are exemplified in the last part of the report which comes with 30 minutes of free consultancy.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary And Conclusions
3. Focus Of Research
4. Commercialisation Opportunities For Teng Devices
5. Potential Applications: Microwatts To Watts
6. Applications From Ten Watts To Megawatts
7. Materials Opportunities
8. Examples Of Interviews
9. Appendix - Energy Harvesting Tire
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