The global battery-free implants market was valued at $XX billion in 2016 and is forecast to exceed XX billion by 2023 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of XX%. The market is principally determined by the aging population around the world. The aging population thusly increases the hospitalization rate, which increases the demand for implants. The overall increment in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita prompts expanding healthcare expenditure, which thus drives the market growth. Increasing investment in healthcare infrastructure in developing economies by industries gives noteworthy open door for the future development of the battery-free implants market. It was obvious from the beginning that if an electrical device was to be fitted inside our heart there would be some complications: Battery failure, over-sensing (this occurs when pacer faces difficulty in differentiating electrical activity and stops correct pacing), under sensing, pacemaker syndrome, contamination of pacer through the skin, lead dislodgement. The problems are not limited to only pacemakers and hearts, but these also imply other life-saving devices like defibrillators and dialysis. Every few years or so patients must go under surgery for replacement of battery and leads. Scientist and researchers have come up with methods that would charge the batteries by making them ‘self-powered’ i.e. charging the implants by using body motion, metabolites, body heat, body fluids etc.
Alternatives that can act as a power source:
- Implants are driven by blood glucose
- Utilizing energy from the body’s own muscles
- Implants recharged by radio waves
- Organic bio supercapacitor
These innovations may lead to battery-free implantable device irreplaceable and offer a convincing development to battery-free implants technology for patients in future.
Key questions answered in the report
- How did the battery-free implants technology evolve, and what is its scope in the future?
- What are various approaches to re-energize implantable medical device?
- What are the License Agreements and Partnerships deals in the domain of study?
- Who holds the majority IP blocking potential?
- Who are the leaders in Wireless Powered Implants, Body Heat Powered Implants, motion-powered implants?
- Leading wireless charging standard associations?
- How Energy Harvested from Moving Organs used to Power Medical Implants?
- What are the major market drivers, challenges, and opportunities in the global battery-free implants market?
- What are the key developmental strategies that are being implemented by the key players to sustain in this market?
- How will the influencing factors affect the industry attractiveness?
- How are battery-free implants being utilized for the patient cure?
- How will investments by public & private companies and government organizations affect the global battery-free implants market?
- What was the market size of the leading segments and sub-segments of the global battery-free implants market in 2017?
- How will the industry evolve during the forecast period 2018- 2026?
- What will be the growth rate of the battery-free implants during the forecast period?
- How will each segment of the global battery-free implants market grow during the forecast period and what will be the revenue generated by each of the segments by the end of 2026?
- Which product segment and application segment is expected to register the highest CAGR for the battery-free implants market?
- What is the market size of battery-free implants in different countries of the world?
- Which region will contribute to the highest sales of battery-free implants?
- Who are the key players in the battery-free implants market and what are their contributions?
1. Project Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Battery Free Implants: Technology Overview
3.1 Approaches to Re-energize Implantable Medical Device
3.1.1 Harvesting Energy from Patient Body
18.104.22.168 Motion of patient coupled with Piezoelectric Generators
22.214.171.124 Biological Fluids
126.96.36.199 Thermoelectric Generators Utilizes Patient’s Body Heat as Power Source
3.1.2 External Unit to Continuously Power the Battery-Less Implant
188.8.131.52 Wireless Power Charging
184.108.40.206.1 Optical Charging
220.127.116.11.2 Inductive Coupling
18.104.22.168.3 Resonant Inductive Coupling
4. Technological Insights Upfront: Battery Free Implants
4.1 Wireless Powered Implants
4.1.1 Technology Segmentation
22.214.171.124 Wireless Power Transfer Technologies
126.96.36.199.1 Near-field technologies
188.8.131.52.2 Far-field technologies
184.108.40.206 Implant applications
220.127.116.11.3 Cochlear Implants
18.104.22.168.4 Artificial Pumps for Pumping Insulin or Other Substances
22.214.171.124.4 Other Medical Implants
4.1.2 Leading Wireless Charging Standard Associations
126.96.36.199 Wireless Power Consortium
188.8.131.52 Alliance for Wireless Power
4.1.3 Ranking of key technology companies/universities
184.108.40.206 Technology Innovations
220.127.116.11 Implant Applications
4.1.4 License Agreements and Partnerships
4.1.5 Mapping of Global Patenting Activity
4.1.6 Countries of Granted/Pending Patents for Main R&D Labs
4.1.7 IP Portfolio Size of Key Companies
4.1.8 IP Strength Index for Each Technology Segment
4.1.9 IP Blocking Potential
4.1.10 Market position vs IP position
4.1.11 IP portfolio summary for Wireless Power Transfer
18.104.22.168 Key Players
22.214.171.124.2 Univ Tufts
126.96.36.199.4 Verily Life Sciences
188.8.131.52 Recent Patent Families of the Key Players Related to Wireless Power Transfer
184.108.40.206 Patent Under Litigations of the Key Players
220.127.116.11 Recent Merger/Acquisitions and/or Collaborations of the Key Players
18.104.22.168 Press Releases/Investor Updates of the Key Players
4.2 Motion/Kinetic Energy Powered Implants
4.2.1 Energy Harvesting from Moving Organs to Power Medical Implants
22.214.171.124 Heart Rhythms
126.96.36.199 Pulsating Lungs
4.2.2 Apparatus for Generating Electrical Energy from Subject’s Body
4.2.1 Piezoelectric Device
4.2.3 License Agreements and Partnerships
4.2.4 Mapping of Global Patenting Activity
4.2.5 Countries of Granted/Pending Patents for Main R&D Labs
4.2.6 IP Portfolio Size of Key companies/Universities
4.2.7 IP Strength Index for Each Technology Segment
4.2.8 IP Blocking Potential
4.2.9 Market position vs IP position
4.2.10 IP portfolio summary for motion powered implants
188.8.131.52 Key Players
184.108.40.206.1 Sirius Implantable Systems
220.127.116.11.3 Microsemi Semiconductor
18.104.22.168.4 University of Connecticut
22.214.171.124 Recent Patent Families of the Key Players Related to motion powered implants
126.96.36.199 Patent Under Litigations of the Companies and University
188.8.131.52 Recent Merger/Acquisitions and/or Collaborations of the Company & University
184.108.40.206 Press Releases/Investor Updates of the Companies
4.3 Blood Sugar as Power House for Biological Fuel Cell
4.3.1 Glucose powered implantable device
220.127.116.11 Surfaces Coatings of implants
18.104.22.168 Catalysts to Trigger a Continuous Electrochemical Reaction
4.3.2 Research Institutes and Companies to Lookout
22.214.171.124 University of Freiburg
126.96.36.199 Fujikin Incorporated
188.8.131.52 Japan as represented by president of National Cardiovascular Center
184.108.40.206 National Tsing Hua University (NTHU)
220.127.116.11 Siemens AG
4.3.3 License Agreements and Partnerships
4.3.4 Mapping of Global Patenting Activity
4.3.5 Countries of Granted/Pending Patents for Main R&D Labs
4.3.6 IP Portfolio Size
4.3.7 IP Strength Index for Each Technology Segment
4.3.8 IP Blocking Potential
4.3.9 Market position vs IP position
4.3.10 Patent portfolio summary for Wireless Power Transfer
18.104.22.168 Recent Patent Families of the Key Players Related to Biological Fuel Cell
22.214.171.124 Patent Under Litigations of the Companies
126.96.36.199 Recent Merger/Acquisitions and/or Collaborations of the Companies
188.8.131.52 Press Releases/Investor Updates of the Companies and Universities
4.4 Body Heat Powered Implants
4.4.1 Trickle charge
4.4.2 Thermoelectric Generators
4.4.3 Companies and Universities to Look Out
184.108.40.206 Biophan Technologies
220.127.116.11 Cardiff University
18.104.22.168 Stichting IMEC Nederland
22.214.171.124 California Institute of Technology
126.96.36.199 License Agreements and Partnerships
188.8.131.52 Mapping of Global Patenting Activity
184.108.40.206 Countries of Granted/Pending Patents for Main R&D Labs
220.127.116.11 IP Portfolio Size
18.104.22.168 IP Strength Index for Each Technology Segment
22.214.171.124 IP Blocking Potential
4.4.4 Market position vs IP position
4.4.5 Patent portfolio summary for Wireless Power Transfer
126.96.36.199 Recent Patent Families of the Key Players Related to Body Heat Powered Implants
188.8.131.52 Patent Under Litigations of the Companies
184.108.40.206 Recent Merger/Acquisitions and/or Collaborations of the Companies
220.127.116.11 Press Releases/Investor Updates of the Companies and Universities
5. Competitive Assessment
5.1 Companies providing Wireless Powered Implants
5.1.1 Business Overview
5.1.2 Marketed Products
5.2 Companies providing Motion Powered Implants
5.2.1 Business Overview
5.2.2 Marketed Products
5.3 Companies providing Blood Sugar as Power House for Biological Fuel Cell
5.3.1 Business Overview
5.3.2 Marketed Products
5.4 Companies providing Body Heat Powered Implants
5.4.1 Business Overview
5.4.2 Marketed Products
6. Global Battery Free Implants Market: Market Characterization
6.1 Global Battery Free Implants Market, Revenue ($bn), 2008 – 2016
6.2 Global Battery Free Implants Market, Revenue ($bn), 2016 – 2023
6.3 Global Battery Free Implants Market, Key Company Shares (%)
6.4 Global Battery Free Implants Market: Key Trends
6.5 Global Battery Free Implants Market Dynamics
6.5.1 Market Drivers
6.5.2 Market Restraints
6.6 Global Battery Free Implants Market: Country Analysis and Forecasts
6.6.1 Forecast Revenue, by Country
7. Global Battery Free Implants Market: Product Pipeline Analysis
7.1 Battery Free Implants – Pipeline Products Summary
7.2 Profiles of Key Pipeline Products
7.3 List of Pipeline Products
8. Global Battery Free Implants Market: Consolidation Landscape
8.1 Battery Free Implants Market: Deals by Count and Deal Value
8.2 Key Deals: 2008 – 2018
8.2.1 Agreement between Biophan Technologies and NASA
9.1.1 Patient Monitoring Devices
9.4 Research Methodology
9.4.1 Secondary Research
9.4.2 Primary Research
9.5 Contact Us
10. List of Tables
11. List of Figures