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[April 27, 2012]
Research and Markets: Printed and Flexible Sensors 2012-2022 Forecasts, Players and Opportunities
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (
) has announced the addition of the "Printed and Flexible Sensors 2012-2022 Forecasts, Players and Opportunities" report to their offering.? Learn The Market Demand And State Of Technical Progress And See How You Can Benefit From This Under-Addressed Opportunity The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of printed and flexible sensors will be 22.1% over the next ten years. In the main, printed and flexible sensors are creating new markets using their unique advantages of flexibility, area and functionality. They also offer cost improvements over some conventional sensors, although that is not the main selling point.
Key Topics Covered By This Report: 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2. PRINTED SENSORS MARKETS - Definitions - Printed and Flexible Sensor Forecasts 2012-2022 - Market Drivers for growth - Biomedical Sensors - Gas Environmental - Temperature Sensors - Force and Pressure - Imaging Sensors - Automotive - Consumer 3. PRINTED PHYSICAL SENSORS - Printed Force and Pressure Sensors - Technology - Applications - Players - Case Studies: Force and Pressure Sensors - Case Study: The Holst Centre: Intelligent Surfaces - Case Study: Sensor Products Inc.: Pressurex? Sensor Films for Solar module production.
- Case Study: Stanford University: Transparent Stretchy Skin-like Pressure sensor 4. PRINTED STRAIN SENSORS - Screen Printed Piezoelectric Sensors - Technology - Players - Case Studies: Printed and Flexible Strain Sensors - Case Study: The US National Textile Centre, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 5. TACTILE SENSORS AND TOUCH SCREENS - Technology - Players - Touch Screens - Players - Case Study: Cambrios ClearOhm film used in smart phone - Case Study: PolyIC: Integrated touch sensors with graphic design - Case Study: Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research - Case Study: Peratech: Printed Electronics at Peratech 6. PRINTED TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY SENSORS - Technology: Printed and Flexible Temperature Sensors - Players - Technology: Printed and Flexible Humidity Sensors - Case Study: PST: Sensors spin-out launched from Cape Town - Case Study: Thinfilm & PST: Printed temperature Sensors with Memory - Case Study: ETH: Woven electronics - Case Study: Soligie: Developing Printed Sensors 7. PRINTED AND FLEXIBLE PHOTO SENSORS - Technology - Players - Case Study: STRL: Developing organic image sensors - Case Study: NikkoIA SAS: New organic photo detector company - Case Study: Scientists create imaging device based on the human eye - Case Study CONDUCTIVE COMPOUNDS: Radio opaque screen printable ink 8. PRINTED RADIO FREQUENCY AND NETWORK SENSORS - Technology - Case Study: RFID cell phone patent for diagnostic applications allowed in Korea - Case Study: Motorola: Printing wide area sensors 9. PRINTED BIOCHEMICAL SENSORS - Technology - Inorganic biomedical sensors - Disposable blocked artery sensors - Disposable asthma analysis - Screen Printed Optical Resonant Biosensors - Polymer bioelectronics and biosensors - Case Study: ETH-Zurich Breath sensor detects diabetes - Case Study: Carbon nanotube sensors detect minute levels of oxygen - Case Study: Ultrasensitive electronic sensor array speeds up DNA detection - Case Study: Scientists use print technology to develop biomedical sensors - Case Study: Stretchable electronics technology with standard endocardial balloon - Case Study: Smart fabrics make clever medical clothing - Case Study: UCSD: Intelligent underwear - Aneeve to develop hormone sensors from inkjet printed carbon nanotubes - Case Study Reebok and MC10 announce development collaboration - Case Study: Flexible electronics treating abnormal heart rhythms - Case Study: Carbon nanotubes detect toxins in drinking water - Case Study: Georgetown Gentag and SAIC: Developing glucose sensors - Case Study: Nano-Proprietary Inc: Nano-Biosensor patent - Case Study: SIGMA SPORT: Fabric based sensing - a challenge in physiological monitoring devices - Case Study: BIOIDENT: First printed lab-on-chip system announced - Case Study: Bed sheets monitor heart patients in their own home 10. DEFENCE AND SECURITY SENSORS - Case Study: Georgia Institute of Technology: Printed wireless sensor could detect explosives - Case Study: UC SAN DIEGO: Swimming with sensors - Case Study: UoL IMPERIAL COLLEGE: New security sensor devices made possible by metallic nanostructures - Case Study: US Army with the New Jersey Institute of Technology: Smart paint - science fiction? - Case Study: US ARMY: The future for military sensors may be in tiny solar cells 11. POWERING PRINTED SENSORS: ENERGY HARVESTING - Case Study: Printing Piezo energy harvesters - Case Study: VTT Piezoelectric paint in Finland 12. BIBLOGRAPHY For more information visit
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