Electronic Textiles Market Forecast 2014-2024
Albany, NY (PRWEB) December 25, 2014
E-textiles or electronic textiles are also known as smart textiles or smart fabrics. These are fabrics that have been specially designed with tiny digital components and electronics. The e-textiles market is growing at a rapid pace as many intelligent clothing, wearable technology, and wearable computing designers are using them. To make e-textiles, manufacturers need conductive fabrics and threads which have been around for several years. In many countries and across several civilizations, metal weaves in fabric, especially with silver and gold has been a common feature.
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The report on global e-textiles market includes a comprehensive overview of the market, the noteworthy milestones so far, and its trajectory for the coming ten years. The report, compiled by expert industry analysts, is complete with SWOT analysis and Porter five force’s analysis. The first analysis states the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for the global e-textiles market, while the second analysis helps in determining the threat to new entrants, threat of substitute products or services, bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, and intensity of competitive rivalry.
The report on global e-textile market contains six chapters with an additional section for list of tables and list of figures. The first briefs the reader about the global e-textile market with an executive summary, an introduction about the challenges this market faces and the opportunities at its doorstep. It sheds light on the market statistics of the e-textile market in the forecasted period between 2014 and 20124. The next chapter provides an introduction to crucial components of the global e-textile market with a value chain analysis, the failures in the industry, key enabling technology, number of conductive yarns, simultaneous work carried out on DSSC, and important lessons for the industry from Samsung Future Technology Needs.
The third chapter presents a list of electrically and electronically active fibers and companies researching on these. The chapters four and five are allied chapters. Chapter four focuses on electronics in textiles fibers, impregnation, overprinting, while chapter five shows electronics on or in textiles and stitchable patches. The fifth chapter presents cases on research and experiment so on topics such as spacewear, washable tags, apparel RFID market, intelligent lighting, application of plastic solar cells to energy clothing, and stitchable RFID labels. The last chapter, sixth one, opens a discussion for the global e-textile market with questions such as kind of sectors this technology will impact positively, growth of this business, and the pros and cons of wearable technology.
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