Advanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights)

 


A detailed assessment of emerging technology developments in the field of advanced materials for personal protection.

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Advanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging Technologies Noteworthy ApplicationsAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology and Applications AnalysisTechnology PrimerApplications AnalysisAnalysis and Ranking of Applications SegmentsEnvironmental and Wear Protection Applications Impact AnalysisChemical Protection Applications Impact AnalysisBiological Protection Applications Impact AnalysisRadiological Protection Applications Impact AnalysisFlame Resistance Applications Impact AnalysisAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisAnalysis of Drivers and ChallengesMajor DriversMajor ChallengesAnalysis of Industrial Trends and Standards.Industry TrendsAssessment of European and American StandardsAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Environmental and Biological Protection ApplicationsAssessment of Innovations in Universities/Research OrganizationsNew Material for Biological Protection--USASelf Cleaning Smart Fabrics for Protection Against Environmental Toxins--USANew Textile Fabric with Antimicrobial Compound--USAAssessment of Innovations in Companies Activated Carbon Fabric for NBC Protection--TaiwanNBC Protective Wear--GermanyNBC Protective Suits--FranceAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Chemical and Radiation Protection ApplicationsAssessment of Innovations in Universities/Research OrganizationsMaterials Development Research to Protect from Chemical Warfare Agents--USAARAM Technology Detects the Smallest Nuclear Material--USABubble Detector Film for Radiation Detection--CanadaSmart Textiles Offering Chemical Resistance--USAAssessment of Innovations in Companies Innovative Fibers for the Development of Protective Apparel--USAInnovative Protective Textiles for First Reseponders--USAAdvances in Material Technology for Radiation Protection--CanadaActivated Carbon Cloth Acts as Good Defense Cloth--USANanomaterials as Good Shock Absorbing Materials--USAAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Innovative Developments in Flame Resistance Applications, E-Textiles and Ballistic Protection ApplicationsAssessment of Innovations in Universities/Research OrganizationsE-Textiles for Personal Protection--ItalyFire Fighter Turnout Gear--USAShear Thickening Fluid in Liquid Body Armor for Better Performance--USABoron Carbide for Ballistic Protection--USAAssessment of Innovations in CompaniesNonflammable Fibers for Protective Apparel--FranceFiber for Resistance Against Fire--JapanZylon Fiber for High Level of Protection in Ballistic Applications--JapanFar Superior to Armor Steel--FinlandSpectra Fiber for Armor--USAAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Patents; Database of Key Industry Participants; References; and GlossaryPatentsUniversitiesCompaniesDatabase of Key Industry Participants; References; and GlossaryDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsGlossaryAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsProduct Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvanced Materials for Personal Protection (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabaseNonfatal Occupational Injuries by Chemicals and Chemical Products (2000-2005)Nonfatal Occupational Injuries to Head; Eyes; and Neck (2000-2005)Nonfatal Injuries to Ears (2000-2005)Fire Problem in the United States (1999-2003)SO2 Emissions (1999-2009)CO2 Emissions (1999-2009)Nonfatal occupational injuries by flying objects (2000-2005)




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