The Global Market for Wearable Electronics in Biomedicine, Healthcare and Wellness to 2033

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Published December 2022 | 409 pages, 180 figures, 39 tables | Download table of contents

Wearable technologies in biomedicine, healthcare and wellness are non-invasive and autonomous devices that capture, analyze, and aggregate physiological data to enhance individual health and well-being. These devices are used to self-monitor or self-assess, allowing individuals, patients and medical staff to better understand behaviour and body, and therefore health.

Wearable electronic technology & devices have been revolutionizing healthcare via monitoring health continuously outside of the healthcare environment. Previously, healthcare monitoring was specific to hospitals and involved time consuming and resource intensive clinical intervention. Wearable and mobile technology provides wireless medical monitoring, with bio-signals tracked by medical personnel. It's use has increased due to the rapidly aging global populations, need to lessen the burden on hospital and medical facilities, and increasing demand for in-home healthcare.

Wearable electronic devices  facilitate the transmission of biomedical informatics and personal health recording, and  offer ease of use while ensuring help, diagnosis, rehabilitation and therapy. Body worn sensors provide real-time, lower-cost, continuous measurement of physiological parameters noninvasively and comfortably for extended periods of time. 

The Global Market for Wearable Electronics in Biomedicine, Healthcare and Wellness to 2033 offers comprehensive analysis of this billion dollar market. The report explores key trends and developments. Report contents include: 

  • In-depth market review of current products and technology development in
    • Smartwatches for health monitoring.
    • Sports and fitness trackers.
    • Sleep trackers and wearable monitors.
    • E-textiles and smart clothing for biomedicine and healthcare. 
    • Artificial skin.
    • Skin patches & wearable health alert and monitoring devices.
    • Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), hydration and sweat sensors.
    • Wearable drug delivery.
    • Cosmetics patches.
    • Smart footwear.
    • Smart contact lenses and smart glasses for the  visually impaired.
    • Femtech devices.
    • Smart wound care.
    • Wearable robotics-exo-skeletons, bionic prostheses, exo-suits, and body worn collaborative robots for rehabilitation & support. 
    • Smart diapers.
    • Medical hearables. 
  • In depth product assessment including products, producers, functionalities and prices. 
  • Global market revenues, historical and forecast to 2033.
  • More than 340 company profiles. Companies profiled include Abbott Laboratories, Acurable, Adamant Health, Aidee Health AS, Alertgy, Alimetry Ltd, Alva Health, AMO Lab, AMF Medical, Apollo Neuro. AquilX, Inc., Avanix srl, Azalea Vision, Biobeat Technologies Ltd., BioSerenity, Charco Neurotech, DaVinci Wearables, Element Science, Inc., Enable Injections, EOFlow Co, Ltd., FeetWings Pvt. Ltd., Glucovibes, Kiffik Biomedical, LumenAstra, Inc., Mawi International, LLC, MEDEXO Robotics, Medtor, Mitsufuji Corporation, Modoo, Nutromics Pty Ltd, Piomic Medical AG, Point Fit Technology Limited, Respira Labs etc.

 

 

 

1              EXECUTIVE SUMMARY   27

  • 1.1          The evolution of electronics        28
  • 1.2          The wearables revolution             30
  • 1.3          The wearable tech market in 2022             34
  • 1.4          Wearable market leaders             35
  • 1.5          From rigid to flexible and stretchable      36
  • 1.6          Market drivers and trends            38
  • 1.7          Flexible and stretchable electronics in wearables               41
  • 1.8          Stretchable artificial skin               44
  • 1.9          Organic and printed electronics 44
  • 1.10        Role in the metaverse   45
  • 1.11        Innovations at CES 2021 46
  • 1.12        Innovations at CES 2022 46
  • 1.13        Investment funding and buy-outs 2019-2022        47

 

2              WEARABLE ELECTRONICS IN BIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE      51

  • 2.1          Market drivers  51
  • 2.2          Current state of the art  54
    • 2.2.1      Wearable medical device products           56
    • 2.2.2      Temperature and respiratory rate monitoring     58
  • 2.3          Wearable health monitoring and rehabilitation   59
    • 2.3.1      Companies and products              60
  • 2.4          Smartwatches   65
    • 2.4.1      Health monitoring           66
    • 2.4.2      Main smart watch producers and products           67
  • 2.5          Electronic skin patches  69
    • 2.5.1      Applications       69
    • 2.5.2      Materials             70
      • 2.5.2.1   Nanomaterials-based devices     71
    • 2.5.3      Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM)   74
      • 2.5.3.1   Minimally-invasive CGM sensors               75
      • 2.5.3.2   Non-invasive CGM sensors          77
      • 2.5.3.3   Minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose monitoring companies and products              79
    • 2.5.4      Cardiovascular   82
      • 2.5.4.1   ECG sensors       83
        • 2.5.4.1.1               Companies and products              84
      • 2.5.4.2   PPG sensors       85
        • 2.5.4.2.1               Companies and products              86
    • 2.5.5      Pregnancy and newborn monitoring        86
      • 2.5.5.1   Companies and products              86
    • 2.5.6      Wearable temperature monitoring          88
      • 2.5.6.1   Companies and products              89
    • 2.5.7      Hydration sensors           90
      • 2.5.7.1   Companies and products              91
    • 2.5.8      Wearable sweat sensors (medical and sports)     91
      • 2.5.8.1   Companies and products              94
  • 2.6          Wearable drug delivery 95
    • 2.6.1      Companies and products              96
  • 2.7          Cosmetics patches           97
    • 2.7.1      Companies and products              98
  • 2.8          Femtech devices              98
    • 2.8.1      Companies and products              98
  • 2.9          Smart footwear for health monitoring     101
    • 2.9.1      Companies and products              101
  • 2.10        Smart contact lenses and smart glasses for visually impaired         102
    • 2.10.1    Companies and products              102
  • 2.11        Smart woundcare            103
    • 2.11.1    Companies and products              105
  • 2.12        Smart diapers    106
    • 2.12.1    Companies and products              106
  • 2.13        Medical hearables           107
    • 2.13.1    Companies and products              108
  • 2.14        Wearable robotics-exo-skeletons, bionic prostheses, exo-suits, and body worn collaborative robots           110
    • 2.14.1    Companies and products              110
  • 2.15        E-textile wearable therapeutic products 129
  • 2.16        Wellness              130
    • 2.16.1    Sports and fitness            130
      • 2.16.1.1                Wearable devices and apparel    130
      • 2.16.1.2                Skin patches       131
      • 2.16.1.3                Products              133
    • 2.16.2    Sleep trackers and wearable monitors    135
      • 2.16.2.1                Built in function in smart watches and fitness trackers     136
      • 2.16.2.2                Smart rings         136
      • 2.16.2.3                Headbands         137
      • 2.16.2.4                Sleep monitoring devices             138
      • 2.16.2.5                Companies and products              138
  • 2.17        Market challenges           141

 

3              GLOBAL MARKET REVENUES       142

  • 3.1          By product type, 2015-2033, billions USD              142
  • 3.2          Market share, by product type   144

 

4              COMPANY PROFILES       145 (342 COMPANY PROFILES)

 

5              RESEARCH METHODOLOGY         402

 

6              REFERENCES       403

 

List of Tables

  • Table 1. Types of wearable devices and applications.        31
  • Table 2. Types of wearable devices and the data collected.            33
  • Table 3. Main Wearable Device Companies by Shipment Volume, Market Share, and Year-Over-Year Growth, (million units).   34
  • Table 4. New wearable tech products in 2022.     35
  • Table 5. Wearable market leaders by market segment.   35
  • Table 6. Market drivers and trends in wearable electronics.          38
  • Table 7. Applications in printed, flexible and stretchable electronics, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof.                42
  • Table 8. Wearable electronics at CES 2021.            46
  • Table 9. Wearable electronics at CES 2022.            46
  • Table 10. Wearables Investment funding and buy-outs 2019-2022.             47
  • Table 11. Market drivers for printed, flexible and stretchable medical and healthcare sensors and wearables.        51
  • Table 12. Examples of wearable medical device products.              56
  • Table 13. Medical wearable companies applying products to COVID-19 monitoring and analysis.  58
  • Table 14. Wearable health monitors.       66
  • Table 15. Main smart watch producers and products.      67
  • Table 16. Applications in flexible and stretchable health monitors, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof.                70
  • Table 17. Wearable bio-signal monitoring devices.            73
  • Table 18. Technologies for minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose detection-advantages and disadvantages.                75
  • Table 19. Commercial devices for non-invasive glucose monitoring not released or withdrawn from market.          78
  • Table 20. Minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose monitoring products.         79
  • Table 21. Pregnancy and newborn monitoring pregnancy products.           87
  • Table 22. Companies developing wearable swear sensors.             94
  • Table 23. Wearable drug delivery companies and products.          96
  • Table 24. Companies and products, cosmetics and drug delivery patches.               98
  • Table 25. Companies developing femtech wearable technology. 98
  • Table 26. Companies and products in smart footwear.    101
  • Table 27. Companies and products in smart contact lenses.          102
  • Table 28. Companies and products in smart wound care.                105
  • Table 29. Companies developing smart diaper products. 106
  • Table 30. Companies and products in hearables. 108
  • Table 31. Companies developing wearable robotics.         110
  • Table 32. Wearable sensors for sports performance.        132
  • Table 33. Wearable sensor products for monitoring sport performance.  133
  • Table 34. Example wearable sleep tracker products and prices.    135
  • Table 35. Smart ring products.    137
  • Table 36. Sleep headband products.        137
  • Table 37. Sleep monitoring products.      138
  • Table 38. Market challenges in medical and healthcare sensors and wearables.   141
  • Table 39. Global medical and healthcare wearables market, 2017-2033, millions of US dollars, by product.              143

 

List of Figures

  • Figure 1. Evolution of electronics.             29
  • Figure 2. A) Evolution of wearable medical devices (B) Application of wearable devices in the healthcare and biomedical monitoring systems. 30
  • Figure 3. Wove Band.     36
  • Figure 4. Wearable graphene medical sensor.     37
  • Figure 5. Stretchable transistor. 42
  • Figure 6. Artificial skin prototype for gesture recognition.              44
  • Figure 7. Applications timeline for organic and printed electronics.            45
  • Figure 8. Connected human body and product examples.              55
  • Figure 9. Companies and products in wearable health monitoring and rehabilitation devices and products.             60
  • Figure 10. FitBit Charge 5.             66
  • Figure 11. Smart e-skin system comprising health-monitoring sensors, displays, and ultra flexible PLEDs.  70
  • Figure 12. Graphene medical patch.         72
  • Figure 13. Graphene-based E-skin patch.               72
  • Figure 14. Technologies for minimally-invasive and non-invasive glucose detection.           74
  • Figure 15. Schematic of non-invasive CGM sensor.            79
  • Figure 16. Adhesive wearable CGM sensor.          79
  • Figure 17. VitalPatch.     83
  • Figure 18. Wearable ECG-textile.              84
  • Figure 19. Wearable ECG recorder.           85
  • Figure 20. Nexkin™.        85
  • Figure 21. Bloomlife.      87
  • Figure 22. Enfucell wearable temperature tag.    89
  • Figure 23. TempTraQ wearable wireless thermometer.   90
  • Figure 24. Nanowire skin hydration patch.             90
  • Figure 25. NIX sensors.  91
  • Figure 26. Wearable sweat sensor.           92
  • Figure 27. Wearable sweat sensor.           92
  • Figure 28. Gatorade's GX Sweat Patch.   93
  • Figure 29. Sweat sensor incorporated into face mask.      93
  • Figure 30. Lab-on-Skin™.              94
  • Figure 31. D-mine Pump.              95
  • Figure 32. My UV Patch. 97
  • Figure 33. Overview layers of L'Oreal skin patch. 97
  • Figure 34. Brilliantly Warm.          99
  • Figure 35. Ava Fertility tracker.   99
  • Figure 36. S9 Pro breast pump.  100
  • Figure 37. Tempdrop.    100
  • Figure 38. Digitsole Smartshoe. 101
  • Figure 39. Schematic of smart wound dressing.  104
  • Figure 40. REPAIR electronic patch concept. Image courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.    105
  • Figure 41. ABENA Nova smart diaper.      106
  • Figure 42. Nuheara IQbuds² Max.             107
  • Figure 43. Honda Walking Assist.               110
  • Figure 44. ABLE Exoskeleton.      110
  • Figure 45. ANGEL-LEGS-M10.      111
  • Figure 46. AGADEXO Shoulder.  111
  • Figure 47. Enyware.        111
  • Figure 48. AWN-12 occupational powered hip exoskeleton.          112
  • Figure 49. CarrySuit passive upper-body exoskeleton.     112
  • Figure 50. Axosuit lower body medical exoskeleton.         112
  • Figure 51. FreeGait.        112
  • Figure 52. InMotion Arm.             113
  • Figure 53. Biomotum SPARK.      113
  • Figure 54. PowerWalk energy.   113
  • Figure 55. Keeogo™.       114
  • Figure 56. MATE-XT.       114
  • Figure 57. CDYS passive shoulder support exoskeleton.   114
  • Figure 58. ALDAK.            114
  • Figure 59. HAL® Lower Limb.       115
  • Figure 60. DARWING PA.              115
  • Figure 61. Dephy ExoBoot.           115
  • Figure 62. EksoNR.          115
  • Figure 63. Emovo Assist.               116
  • Figure 64. HAPO.              116
  • Figure 65. Atlas passive modular exoskeleton.    116
  • Figure 66. ExoAtlet II.     117
  • Figure 67. ExoHeaver.    117
  • Figure 68. Exy ONE.         117
  • Figure 69. ExoArm.          118
  • Figure 70. ExoMotus.     118
  • Figure 71. Gloreha Sinfonia.        118
  • Figure 72. BELK Knee Exoskeleton.           118
  • Figure 73. Apex exosuit. 119
  • Figure 74. Honda Walking Assist.               119
  • Figure 75. BionicBack.    120
  • Figure 76. Muscle Suit.   120
  • Figure 77.Japet.W powered exoskeleton.              120
  • Figure 78.Ski~Mojo.        121
  • Figure 79. AIRFRAME passive shoulder.  121
  • Figure 80.FORTIS passive tool holding exoskeleton.          121
  • Figure 81. Integrated Soldier Exoskeleton (UPRISE®).       122
  • Figure 82.UNILEXA passive exoskeleton. 122
  • Figure 83.HandTutor.     122
  • Figure 84.MyoPro®.        123
  • Figure 85.Myosuit.          123
  • Figure 86. archelis wearable chair.            123
  • Figure 87.Chairless Chair.              123
  • Figure 88.Indego.             124
  • Figure 89. Polyspine.      124
  • Figure 90. Hercule powered lower body exoskeleton.      124
  • Figure 91. ReStore Soft Exo-Suit.               125
  • Figure 92. Hand of Hope.              125
  • Figure 93. REX powered exoskeleton.     125
  • Figure 94. Elevate Ski Exoskeleton.          126
  • Figure 95. UGO210 exoskeleton.               126
  • Figure 96. EsoGLOVE Pro.             126
  • Figure 97. Roki. 127
  • Figure 98. Powered Clothing.      127
  • Figure 99. Againer shock absorbing exoskeleton. 127
  • Figure 100. EasyWalk Assistive Soft Exoskeleton Walker. 127
  • Figure 101. Skel-Ex.         127
  • Figure 102. EXO-H3 lower limbs robotic exoskeleton.      128
  • Figure 103. Ikan Tilta Max Armor-Man 2 128
  • Figure 104. AMADEO hand and finger robotic rehabilitation device.          129
  • Figure 105.Atalante autonomous lower-body exoskeleton.           129
  • Figure 106. Flexible polymer-based therapeutic products.             129
  • Figure 107. iStimUweaR .              131
  • Figure 108. Wearable bio-fluid monitoring system for monitoring of hydration.    132
  • Figure 109. Beddr SleepTuner.   138
  • Figure 110. Global medical and healthcare wearables market, 2017-2033, millions of US dollars, by product.          143
  • Figure 111. Global market for medical and healthcare sensors and wearables, 2021-2033, by market share of product type.     144
  • Figure 112. Libre 3.          146
  • Figure 113. Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biowearable.         146
  • Figure 114. AcuPebble SA100.    147
  • Figure 115. Vitalgram®. 151
  • Figure 116. Alertgy NICGM wristband.    154
  • Figure 117. ALLEVX.        155
  • Figure 118. Gastric Alimetry.       156
  • Figure 119. Alva Health stroke monitor. 158
  • Figure 120. amofit S.       161
  • Figure 121. MIT and Amorepacific's chip-free skin sensor.              162
  • Figure 122. Sigi™ Insulin Management System.   164
  • Figure 123. The Apollo wearable device. 165
  • Figure 124. Apos3.           166
  • Figure 125. AquilX wearable.      167
  • Figure 126. Artemis is  smart clothing system.     169
  • Figure 127. KneeStim.    170
  • Figure 128. PaciBreath.  172
  • Figure 129. Structure of Azalea Vision’s smart contact lens.           174
  • Figure 130. Belun® Ring.                176
  • Figure 131. Neuronaute wearable.           184
  • Figure 132. biped.ai device.         186
  • Figure 133. circul+ smart ring.     189
  • Figure 134. Cala Trio.      194
  • Figure 135. BioSleeve®. 201
  • Figure 136. Cognito's gamma stimulation device.               203
  • Figure 137. Cogwear headgear. 204
  • Figure 138. CardioWatch 287.     205
  • Figure 139. First Relief.  212
  • Figure 140. NightOwl Home Sleep Apnea Test Device.     214
  • Figure 141. Jewel Patch Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator .       216
  • Figure 142. enFuse.        221
  • Figure 143. EOPatch.      222
  • Figure 144. Epilog.           224
  • Figure 145. FloPatch.      233
  • Figure 146. KiTT motion tracking knee sleeve.     235
  • Figure 147. Hinge Health wearable therapy devices.         249
  • Figure 148. Atusa system.            262
  • Figure 149. Kenzen ECHO Smart Patch.   267
  • Figure 150. The Kernel Flow headset.      268
  • Figure 151. KnowU™.     270
  • Figure 152. AIO Sleeve. 271
  • Figure 153. LifeSpan patch.          281
  • Figure 154. Mawi Heart Patch.   286
  • Figure 155. WalkAid.       291
  • Figure 156. Monarch™ Wireless Wearable Biosensor       292
  • Figure 157. Modoo device.          298
  • Figure 158. Smart contact lenses schematic.        300
  • Figure 159. Munevo Drive.           301
  • Figure 160. Electroskin integration schematic.     305
  • Figure 161. Vital Shirt from Nanoleq.       305
  • Figure 162. Modius Sleep wearable device.          311
  • Figure 163. Neuphony Headband.            312
  • Figure 164. Nextiles e-fabric.      314
  • Figure 165. Ayo wearable light therapy. 315
  • Figure 166. Otolith wearable device.       322
  • Figure 167. Peerbridge Cor.         327
  • Figure 168. Point Fit Technology skin patch.         331
  • Figure 169. Sylvee 1.0.   337
  • Figure 170. Respiray wearable air purifier.            338
  • Figure 171. RootiRx.        342
  • Figure 172. Seer Sense. 347
  • Figure 173. Silvertree Reach.       359
  • Figure 174. Smardii smart diaper.              363
  • Figure 175. Subcuject.   372
  • Figure 176. Nerivio.         376
  • Figure 177. Feelzing Energy Patch.            378
  • Figure 178. Ultrahuman wearable glucose monitor.          381
  • Figure 179. Vaxxas patch.             384
  • Figure 180. Zeit Medical Wearable Headband.    398

 

 

 

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