Innovations in Flexible Batteries (TechVision)

Next Gen Bendable Batteries can Create Opportunities in Wearables, Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Security

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The technology report titled “Innovations in Flexible Batteries” focuses on emerging trends and opportunities associated with flexible and bendable batteries in various industries worldwide. Frost & Sullivan has identified the technology development trend in the bendable batteries sector as emerging from thin to thinner devices. This is coupled with the ever increasing demand from modern consumer electronic devices.This research service will investigate the technology and innovation landscape leading to creation of novel flexible battery products. The fact is that traditional battery technologies project a number of challenges because of their rigidity when applied to consumer electronic devices. Energy req

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings2.0 Technology Status Review2.1 Technology Holds High Market Potential 2.2 Application Landscape – Sector Ranges from Consumer Electronic Devices to Defence and Security2.3 With More Than 150 Patents Evident in this Area, China Leads the Trend2.4 Funding Scenario – APAC Leads the Trend, Followed by North America2.5 Assessment of Value Chain Network – From University Labs to e-commerce Websites2.6 Assessment of Value Chain Network – Collaboration Exists from Design to Packaging2.7 R&D Trends in Flexible Batteries – Driven by Cost Efficiency, Environmental Viability, and Bendability Requirements2.8 Ease of Manufacturing, Faster Charging, and Significant Funding Are Key Trends3.0 Innovation Landscape and Impact Assessment3.1 Market Impact of Key Innovations – High Form Factor, Durability, Moldularity, Energy, and Power Density Drive Growth3.2 Academic Innovations – Faster Charging and Development in Flexible OLED Devices Drive Flexible Batteries Market3.3 Academic Innovations – High Form Factor and Ultrathin Dimension Boosts Scalability in Flexible Batteries3.4 Academic Innovations – Possible Solution for Swelling of Batteries and High Temperature OperationsUlsan National Institute of Science and Technology 3.6 Academic Innovations – Addressing Leakage Problem and Formation of Films on Electrode3.7 Corporate Innovations – Battery in the Form of Cable Expected to Drive Wearables Market3.8 Corporate Innovations – Battery That Can be Directly Integrated into Watch Strap3.9 Corporate Innovations – Flexible Batteries Withstanding Cuts and Punctures3.10 Corporate Innovations – Moisture to Charge Flexible Batteries, and Autonomous Device Development3.11 Corporate Innovations – Thin Printed Batteries for Cards and Smart Labels3.12 Corporate Innovations – An Alternative to Lithium Chemistry: Primary Zinc Batteries3.13 Corporate Innovations – Thin Film Batteries for RFID Tags With 10+ Years Longevity3.14 Corporate Innovations – Zinc-Manganese Dioxide-based Flexible Batteries for Industry Scale Production3.15 Corporate Innovations – Foldable Batteries for Cards and Smartwatches3.16 Corporate Innovations – Hybrid Storage Technology for Mobile Phones3.17 Corporate Innovations – Isolated Cell Approach for Better Reliability and Modularity3.18 Corporate Innovations – Ultra-thin Power Solutions for IOT and Associated Products3.19 Corporate Innovations – Thin Batteries for Low Voltage Defense and Security Applications3.20 Corporate Innovations – Aqueous Electrolyte Chemistry for Better Power Density3.21 Corporate Innovations – Flexible, Dust, and Moisture-resistant Batteries for Sportsmen4.0 Factors Influencing Adoption4.1 Key Drivers – Emergence of Flexible Circuits, Self-repair Functionalities, High Performance Manufacturing 4.2 Flexible Circuits Create Demand for Flexible Batteries4.3 Associated Markets Drive Flexible Battery Demand4.4 Self-healing Features Reduce Maintenance Costs4.5 Improved and More Effective Methodologies Like Selective Sorting of Polymers Are Likely to Drive Growth Opportunities4.6 Selection of Materials and Nanotechnology Challenges Are Major Concerns4.7 The Ideal Material is Still Unknown and Cost Effective Alternate Technologies Can Slow Down Adoption4.8 Unavailability of Stable Electrodes and Nanotechnology Challenges Limit Adoption5.0 Future Prospects and Growth Opportunities5.1 Technology Roadmap – Flexible Batteries to Make Robotic Skin a Reality5.2 Inexpensive Manufacturing and High Form Factor Will Enable Bendable Batteries Serve Needs of Various Markets5.3 Hybrid Designs Are an Attractive Option5.4 Key Conclusions – Improving Energy Density is the Key Focus6.0 Key Patents6.1 Key Patents – Method of Increasing Capacity, Devices6.2 Key Patents – Multicell Battery, Battery Pack 6.3 Key Patents – Flexible Electronic Devices, Fabrics6.4 Key Patents – Yarn Based Batteries, Flexible Substrate6.5 Key Patents – Flexible Secondary and Thin Battery7.0 Appendix7.1 Industry ContactsLegal Disclaimer8.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story8.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career8.3 Global Perspective8.4 Industry Convergence8.5 360º Research Perspective8.6 Implementation Excellence8.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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