Emerging Applications of Nanocellulose Technology

Sustainable, Bio-based Nanomaterials, Nanofibrillated Cellulose (NFC), Nanocrystalline Cellulose (NCC) and Bacterial Nanocellulose (BNC) to Expand Application Base

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The nanocellulose market has the potential to span many different industries that can be categorized as high volume and low volume applications. In order to be successful in nanocellulose business there must be a consistent supply of material that can be delivered in a cost-effective manner for the target application. Manufactures worldwide are approaching a reality for widespread use of nanocellulose by adopting a number of strategic steps including production capacity extension, joint research and development for new product or technology design and etc. As capacity increases the market for nanocellulose is expected to grow in paper, plastics, automobile, and other specialty applications

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3.1 Key Findings: A Portfolio of Nanocellulose Producers Will Address the Market Need1.3.2 Key Findings: Technology Developers Concentrates on High Volume Application Market in Short Term2.0 Technology Snapshot2.1 Why Nanocellulose is Important?2.2 Nanocellulose Holds Numerous Benefits over Conventional Materials3.0 Introduction to Nanocellulose Technology3.1 Types of Nanocellulose Materials: Nanocellulose Materials Are Mainly of Three Types3.2 Technology Capability: NCC Holds Potential in a Wide Range of Application Sectors3.3 Technology Capability: Composite Reinforcing, Rheology Modifications, and Hydrophobicity Are Some of the Key Capabilities of NFC3.4 Technology Capability: BNC Matches Technical Requirement for Its Biomedical Applications3.5 Production of Nanocellulose: Combinations of Chemical and Mechanical Processes Produce Nanocellulose4.0 Industry Overview4.1 Market Potential: Market for Nanocellulose Materials Set to Grow Due to Increased Demand in High Volume Applications4.2 Key Suppliers and Global Nanocellulose Production Capacity: Manufacturers Set to Upgrade Nanocellulose Production Globally4.3 Industry Value Chain: Stakeholders Drive Implementation of Nanocellulose Technology4.3.1 Industry Value Chain Explained – Corporate and Academic R&D Links Technology Development4.3.2 Industry Value Chain Explained – Regulatory Approvals, Standardization, and Certifications Follows Product Commercialization4.4 Drivers and Challenges: Principal Factors Are Expected to Drive the Market Adoption of Nanocellulose Materials4.4.1 Drivers: Preference for Natural Ingredients, Rising Funding and Government Initiative Drives Growth of Nanocellulose Market4.4.2 Challenges: Lack of Material Standardization and Material Compatibility Form a Barrier to Growth for Nanocellulose Industry4.5 Enabling Technologies: Hydra-Sizer, Micro-emulsion, 3D Printing Facilitate Nanocellulose Commercialization4.6 Enabling Technologies: Advances in Genome Sequencing, Computational Frameworks is Poised to Advance Nanocellulose Technology4.7 Key Funding Initiatives: Canada Hosts Several Research Initiatives4.8 Key Funding Initiatives – Others 5.0 Innovation Ecosystem5.1 Innovation Ecosystem: Highly Inflected Ecosystem by Public Bodies5.2 Key Process Technology Innovations: Novel Low-cost Production Process Shape the Innovation5.3 Key Process Technology Innovations: Recycling Pulp and Paper Industry Sludge to High Value Nanocellulose5.4 Recent Research Initiatives: Researchers around the World to Shape the Future Nanocellulose Technologies5.5 Intellectual Property Analysis: Packaging Holds the Highest Number of Patent Finding While China Holds the Largest Patent Portfolio for Nanocellulose5.6 Emerging Technology Trends: US and Canada Lead in Research and Development (R&D) Advances6.0 Emerging Business Models 6.1 Stakeholders Are Joining Hands for Technology Development and Scaling up6.2 Industry-Academia Collaboration Shows New Process Development6.3 Partnerships Encourages New Product Development 6.4 Industry Collaboration Inspires Application Extension6.5 Nanocellulose Holds Opportunity for Diversification of Pulp and Paper Industry6.6 Key Commercialization Strategies: Different Strategic Efforts by Stakeholders to Define Future of Nanocellulose Industry 7.0 Assessment and Prioritization of Emerging Opportunities7.1 Opportunity Analysis: Packaging and Paper Industry Shows Multi-dimensional Opportunities7.2 Opportunity Analysis: Automobile, Cement, Textile, Hygiene and Absorbent Hold High Adoption Potential7.3 Opportunity Analysis: Composites Show High Opportunity7.4 Opportunity Analysis: Electronic, Healthcare and Others Show Mediocre Adoption Opportunity7.5 Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Tree: A Multi Criteria Decision Making Tool Decides Most Lucrative Application for Nanocellulose 7.5.1 AHP Tree: What Are Level 0 and Level 1 Criteria?7.5.2 AHP Evaluation of Priority Values (Level 0): Technology Capability Plays the Most Vital Role in Evaluating Nanocellulose Opportunity7.5.3 AHP – Evaluation of Priority Values – Priority Values (Level 1): Industry Efforts Plays Critical Role in Nanocellulose Technology Success7.5.4 AHP – Evaluation of Priority Values: Automotive and Packaging Are Highly Influenced by Industry Efforts7.5.5 AHP – Final Priority Ranking: Automotive Holds Greatest Industry Effects, Whereas Packaging Holds Largest Market Potential7.5.6 AHP – Final Priority Ranking Explained: Paper Have Better Outlook Compared to Cement, Textile, and Hygiene and Absorbent Products 8.0 Key Patents8.1 Key Patents – North America8.2 Key Patents – Europe8.3 Key Patents – APAC and Rest of World9.0 Key Contacts9.1 Key Contacts Legal Disclaimer 10.0 The Journey to Visionary Innovation10.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story10.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career10.3 Global Perspective10.4 Industry Convergence10.5 360 degrees Research Perspective10.6 Implementation Excellence10.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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