The Global Market for Thin Film Batteries, Printed Batteries, Flexible & Stretchable Batteries to 2030 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The energy demands of the ever-growing consumer electronics industry has consistently pushed the technological boundaries of batteries. The next wave of wearables will revolutionize society and dramatically improve quality of life. FitBit and Apple Watch will seem like early primitive devices compared to upcoming devices.

Advances over recent years in advanced materials, nanotechnology, MEMs fabrication, low-power microprocessors, new device architectures etc. has resulted in the rapid development of fitness and activity trackers, smart clothing, wearable technology, e-skins, and printable, rollable & stretchable electronic devices. The growth in flexible electronics has resulted in increased demand for flexible, stretchable, bendable, rollable and foldable batteries as power sources for application in flexible and wearable devices.

New developments in bendable smartphones have reached market readiness. These connected devices underpin the further development of the Internet of Things' (IoT).

However, the battery requirements of these technologies are fundamentally different from those currently serviced by Li-ion batteries (e.g. electric vehicles, laptops, handheld consumer electronic devices). A crucial challenge is developing fully integrated, lightweight, wearable and high-performance energy-storage devices to power the functioning devices in a wearable system. Flexible and stretchable batteries will play an important role in achieving the vision of wearable and conforming electronics.

As well as requiring characteristics such as low cost and high energy density and power density, battery requirements for new technologies require:

  • Small footprint (conventional batteries take up to 40% of the space of wearables and mobile phones)
  • Flexibility
  • Various form factors
  • Shape conformability
  • Easy integration with devices

Report contents include:

  • Battery device trends, competitive forces and dynamics, market drivers, emerging applications, and disruptive technologies
  • Emerging types of wearable batteries, materials, and smart fabrics
  • Market revenues, CAGR 2017-2030
  • In depth assessment of ultra-low power systems and components, energy harvesters, micro batteries and energy storage, supercapacitors, and power management solutions
  • Business trends, market projections, M&A developments, and startup activity
  • Wearable device applications for medical diagnostics and screening
  • Wearable device applications for medical diagnostics and screening
  • Flexible, stretchable, printed, and hybrid electronics
  • Connectivity, sensor fusion, body area networks, software algorithms, contextual awareness, virtual sensors, data transmission, and processing
  • Fabrication, packaging, and assembly techniques
  • Impacts of enabling technologies such as genomics, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality for wearables applications
  • Technology transfer, ecosystems and hubs, company formation. Companies profiled include Panasonic Corporation, STMicroelectronics, Enfucell, Samsung, Blue Spark Technologies, Brightvolt, Inc., Fuelium, Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation, Nanusens and more

Key Topics Covered

1 Executive summary

1.1 Current market for batteries

1.2 Batteries market trends

1.2.1 Smaller, flexible, lightweight and increased power

1.2.2 Advanced batteries for new products

1.2.3 Li-ion batteries market

1.2.3.1 All-electric and hybrid vehicles

1.2.4 Solid-state batteries

1.2.5 Competition with conventional batteries

1.3 Current flexible, stretchable, printed and thin film batteries market

1.3.1 Device constraint due to battery size

1.3.2 Foldable smartphones

1.4 Future market directions

1.5 Market drivers

1.5.1 Growth of Internet of Things (IoT)

1.5.2 Size constraints of current battery technology

1.5.3 Inadequacies of current battery technology for wearables

1.5.4 Energy harvesting

1.5.5 Power sources for flexible electronics

1.5.6 Healthcare market

1.6 Market challenges

1.7 Roadmap for battery development

1.8 Electronics multi-nationals product development activities in flexible, stretchable, printed and thin film batteries

1.9 Supercapacitors market

1.10 Energy harvesting devices

1.11 Impact of enabling technologies such as genomics, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality for wearables applications

1.12 Use of nanomaterials and other advanced materials

1.13 The global market for thin film, printed, flexible & stretchable, batteries

1.13.1 Addressable market by application areas

1.13.2 Global market to 2030, by units sales, revenues and applications

1.13.3 Regional markets

1.13.3.1 Asia-Pacific

1.13.3.2 North America

1.13.3.3 Europe

2 Research methodology

3 Thin film batteries

3.1 Current market status

3.2 Flexibility

3.3 Advantages and disadvantages

3.4 Types of solid-state lithium-based batteries

3.5 Materials

3.5.1 Cathodes

3.5.2 Anodes

3.6 Chip-type ceramic secondary batteries

3.7 Nanomaterials

3.7.1 Light-weight, large-area, flexible conductive CNT films for electrodes

3.7.2 Metal-organic frameworks

3.8 Commercial application of thin film batteries

3.9 Market challenges

3.10 Ultrathin rechargeable lithium polymer batteries

3.11 Thin film batteries in wearables

3.12 Thin film battery companies

4 Printed batteries

4.1 Current market status

4.2 Types of printed batteries

4.3 Advantages and disadvantages

4.4 Capacities

4.5 Fabrication

4.5.1 Green printing

4.6 Types of printed batteries

4.6.1 Printed microbatteries

4.6.2 Printed primary batteries

4.6.3 Printed rechargeable batteries

4.6.3.1 Flexible, stretchable and rechargeable printed batteries

4.6.4 3-D printed batteries

4.6.5 Graphene batteries

4.7 Commercial printed battery products

4.7.1 Electronic devices

4.7.2 Health-monitoring devices

4.8 Printed battery companies

4.9 Market outlook

5 Flexible and stretchable batteries

5.1 Current market status

5.2 Growth in flexible electronics

5.3 Recent smartphone products

5.4 Materials design

5.4.1 Electrolytes

5.4.2 Electrodes

5.5 Flexible lithium-ion batteries (LIBs)

5.5.1 Textile/fiber-based LIBs

5.6 Flexible lithium-sulfur (Li-S) batteries

5.7 Flexible lithium-air (Li-air) batteries

5.8 Flexible zinc-air batteries

5.9 Flexible sodium-ion batteries

5.10 Carbon nanomaterial flexible batteries

5.11 Fiber-shaped Lithium-Ion batteries

5.12 Cable-type batteries

5.13 Bendable microbatteries

5.14 Paper batteries

5.15 Stretchable batteries

5.15.1 Stretchable conductors and electrodes

5.15.2 Stretchable LIBs

5.15.3 Stretchable Zn-based batteries

5.15.4 Origami structures

5.15.5 Foldable kirigami lithium-ion batteries

5.15.6 Island-Bridge Structures

5.15.7 Arched electrode architecture

5.15.8 Stretchable nanogenerators

5.15.9 Batteries in stretchable fabrics

5.16 Carbon nanomaterials for flexible and stretchable batteries

5.16.1 Single-wall carbon nanotube (SWCNT) flexible batteries

5.16.2 Ultra-transparent and stretchable graphene electrodes

5.17 Other nanomaterials for flexible and stretchable batteries

5.17.1 Cellulose batteries

5.17.2 Nanowire elastic conductors

5.17.3 2D nanomaterials beyond graphene

5.18 Challenges in materials design for flexible batteries

5.19 Flexible and stretchable supercapacitors

5.19.1 Materials for electrodes

5.19.2 Paper-based flexible micro-supercapacitors

5.19.3 Graphene flexible supercapacitors

5.20 Flexible and stretchable energy harvesting

5.20.1 Stretchable piezoelectric energy harvesting

5.20.2 Stretchable triboelectric energy harvesting

5.21 Flexible thermoelectrics (TEs)

5.22 Stretchable heaters

5.23 Company profiles

5.24 Recent research

6 Applications Analysis

6.1 Wearable electronics

6.1.1 The wearables revolution

6.1.2 Current trends

6.1.3 Flexible, thin, and large-area form factors

6.1.4 From rigid to flexible and stretchable

6.1.5 Importance of battery technologies

6.1.6 Internet of Things (IoT)

6.1.6.1 Batteries for IoT

6.1.6.2 Batteryless Internet of Things (IoT) devices

6.1.7 Future growth

6.1.8 Smart watches, fitness wristbands and bracelets

6.1.9 Current batteries

6.1.10 Flexible batteries

6.1.11 Smart shoes

6.1.12 Electronic apparel and textiles

6.1.12.1 Conductive yarns

6.1.13 Headwear/Smart helmets

6.1.14 Eyewear

6.1.15 Wearable strain sensors

6.1.16 Wearable tactile sensors

6.1.17 Industrial monitoring

6.1.18 Military

6.1.19 Power Exoskeletons

6.1.20 Wearable power bank vests

6.1.21 Market outlook

6.2 RFID sensors/tracking tags

6.3 Smart labels and packaging

6.3.1 Batteries in smart cards

6.4 Healthcare

6.4.1 Printable, flexible and stretchable health monitors

6.4.2 Wearable sensors for healthcare

6.4.3 Skin patches

6.4.3.1 Disposable medical patches

6.4.4 Cosmetic skin patches/E-masks

7 Company Profiles

7.1 24M

7.2 3D Battery

7.3 AMO Greentech

7.4 Apple

7.5 ARMOR

7.6 Alternet Systems, Inc.

7.7 BASF AG

7.8 Battrion AG

7.9 Black Diamond Structures

7.10 Blue Spark Technologies, Inc.

7.11 BrightVolt

7.12 C3 Nano, Inc.

7.13 Canatu Oy

7.14 Cuberg

7.15 Cymbet

7.16 Drayson Technologies

7.17 Eight19

7.18 Elegus Technologies

7.19 Enfucell Oy

7.20 Epishine AB

7.21 Epilsor

7.22 Excellatron Solid State LLC

7.23 First Graphene Ltd.

7.24 Fraunhofer ENAS

7.25 Front Edge Technology

7.26 Fuelium

7.27 Fujitsu

7.28 FullRiver Battery New Technology

7.29 Georgia Tech

7.30 GrapheneXL

7.31 Graphene 3D Lab Inc

7.32 Hexalayer LLC

7.33 Huizhou Markyn New Energy

7.34 Ilika

7.35 Imprint Energy

7.36 ITN Energy Systems, Inc.

7.37 Jabil Inc.

7.38 Jenax

7.39 Johnson Battery Technologies

7.40 Kalptree Energy

7.41 KeraCel

7.42 Kinergizer

7.43 LiBest

7.44 Lionano

7.45 LG Chem

7.46 Lionrock Batteries

7.47 Merck Performance Materials

7.48 Nanusens

7.49 Nimbus Materials, Inc.

7.50 Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation

and more...

8 References

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