Innovations in Structural Electronics

Automotive and Aerospace Sectors Generate Opportunities for Smart Electronics in the Near Term

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Structural electronics (SE) is referred to as a next-gen electronics technology involves printing of functional electronic circuitries across irregular shaped curves and architectures, including the human body. SE replaces bulky load-bearing structures within a circuitry with smart electronic components which can conform to complex shapes, ensuring optimum space utilization. SE offers different and better ways of implementing electronic functionalities into the products. In the short term, a key capability of structural electronics to reduce the weight of a product is set to disrupt the aerospace and automotive sectors. Also, structural electronics offers flexibility of components, enabling space optimization a

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Summary of Key Findings1.4 Summary of Key Findings (continued)2.0 Technology Landscape Assessment2.1 Structural Electronics: An Overview of Next-gen Electronics2.2 Why is Structural Electronics called Next-Gen Electronics?2.3 Structural Electronics Set to Dominate Conventional Electronics2.4 Push from Government Agencies to Drive SE Industry in the Long Term2.5 Technical Glitches Preventing Market Penetration of Structural Electronics 3.0 Structural Electronics – The Ecosystem and Companies to Action3.1 Key Enablers for Structural Electronics3.2 Technology Framework for Structural Electronics3.3 Technology Roadmap of Structural Electronics’ Enablers3.4 Advanced Materials: Companies to Action – DuPont3.5 Injection Molded Structural Electronics: Companies to Action – TactoTek Inc.4.0 Innovations in Structural Electronics and Key Industries Impacted4.1 Industry Prioritization Matrix for Structural Electronics - Technology Disruption Potential vs. Current Development Scenario4.2 Material Set for Smart Medical Patches Enabling Real-Time Diagnostics4.3 IME Technology Enabled Car Centre Console for Intuitive Human-Machine Interface4.4 Conformable Supercapacitors for Increasing Battery Efficiency4.5 Touch Sensors Built on Free Form Films for Consumer Electronics5.0 Technology Roadmap, Growth Opportunities, and Analyst Viewpoint5.1 From the Analyst’s Desk: Product Development Strategies5.2 From the Analyst’s Desk: Customer Acquisition Strategies to Proliferate in the Emerging SE Industry5.3 Aerospace, Automotive, and Medical Industries Likely to be Impacted by Structural Electronics in the Short Term5.4 From the Analyst’s Desk: Government Agencies to Drive Adoption of Structural Electronics in the Long-Term5.5 Technology Roadmap for Structural Electronics – Forecast till 20276.0 Industry Contacts6.1 Key Industry Contacts Legal Disclaimer

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