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Sensors for Home Healthcare Applications: Market & Technology Analysis 2013 Report by Yole Developpement

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The market for sensors in home healthcare applications will explode from $559M in 2013 to $1.2B by 2018! …

The market for sensors in home healthcare applications will explode from $559M in 2013 to $1.2B by 2018!

Sensors for home care will explode over the next five years
From 2000 - 2050, the proportion of the world's population aged 60 and over will grow from about 16% to 25% -- an increase linked to a marked growth of chronic diseases (Alzheimer's, diabetes, cancers, etc.). Healthcare systems’ rising costs and a physicians’ shortage are paving the way for increased home care.
Sensors previously developed for non-medical applications are transitioning to home care applications, and the market for sensors dedicated to home care applications is poised to grow from $559M in 2013 to $1.2B by 2018.
During Yole's research, the following sensors were investigated: accelerometers, barometers, electrochemical biosensors, flow sensors, gyroscopes, humidity sensors, IR temperature sensors, magnetometers, microfluidic chips, microphones, photodetectors, pressure sensors, proximity IR sensors, RF MEMS, RFID, and strain sensors. For each sensors, Yole’s Home Care Report provides market data and unit/value forecasts.
Collectively, these sensors have numerous applications in the home care market, from fall detection systems to tremor monitoring in Parkinson’s disease.
Today, the three most-used sensors are photodetectors, pressure sensors and electrochemical sensors.


A highly segmented market

Home care, also called home healthcare, refers to the at-home care provided to a person with special needs. This includes people who are ageing, chronically ill, recovering from surgery, or disabled.

Transferring a patient from a hospital to his/her home implies a relocation of care systems. In order to maintain the same level of care quality with less human involvement, home care sensors are vital replacements for specific applications ordinarily performed by nurses, such as guaranteeing the patient’s comfort, ensuring their safety, monitoring body parameters and treatments, and drug delivery.
Using a disruptive segmentation, Yole’s analysts have gathered all of the information necessary for understanding each application’s market needs.

More information on that report at http://www.i-micronews.com/reports/Sensors-Home-Healthcare-Applications-Market-Analysis/1/409/

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  • 1. Sensors for Home Health Care Applications Market & Technology Analysis Sample Le Quartz - 75 cours Emile Zola - 69100 LYON-Villeurbanne Tel: +33 472 83 01 80 - Fax: +33 472 83 01 83 Web: www.yole.fr
  • 2. Table of Content • • • • • • • Executive Summary (p.6) Introduction (p.17) Right Context for Home Care (p.23) - Demographics Shift - Changes in attitudes and expectations - Lack of Physicians & Cost pressure - Retirement Houses and hospitals are full - Science and technical innovation Houses and hospitals are full Sensors for Home Care included (p. 32) Market Segmentation (p. 39) Market Segments Description (p.41) - Home Care Technologies for Smart Drug Delivery - Home Care Technologies for Patient Safety - Home Care Technologies for Diagnostic - Home Care Technologies for Continuous Patient Monitoring - Home Care Technologies for Patient Comfort Market Outlook (p.99) - Market outlook in M$ per segments - Market outlook in Munits per devices - Market outlook in M$ per devices © 2013 • 2 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 3. Table of Content • • • • • Cases study (p.112) Information and Communication Technologies (p.117) - Definition - ICT process and how it works - ICT challenges - Device examples - Case study: ICT in home health care in Japan Supply and value chain (p.131) - Supply chain description and bottleneck - Current players and sensor players’ geographical location - Supply chain analysis and potential players Challenges (p.139) - Global description - Challenges at the patient and environment level - Challenges at the sensors level - Challenges at the integration level - Challenges at the data collection level Summary and conclusions (p.150) © 2013 • 3 Accessing care users through technologies! Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Companies cited in this report Advocate, AirTrip, Alere Connect, AliveCor, Analog Devices, Asahi Kasei, Atlas, Avivo, BL Healthcare, Boehringer ingelheim, Cambridge Consultants, Corventis, Debiotech, Dias Infrared, Excelitas, Fitbit, Fraunhofer IIS, Freescale, Fujistu, Fukuda Denshi, GE Sensing, Heapsylon, Heimann, Hitachi, Honeywell, HSG-IMIT, Huiqin, IMEC, Instabeat, InvenSense, LG, LifeWatch, Lively, Lumoback, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Measurement specialties, Mehregany Lab, Melexis, Microlife, MultiSense, Murata, Myca, mySkin, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, NEC Soft, Nicera, Nichii Gakkan, Nike, Novartis AG, NTT Group, Omron, Panasonic, Philips Healthcare, Proteus digital health, Qmedic's, Qualcomm, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, ResMed, SBS Information Systems, Secom, Sensaris, Sense4Baby, Sensimed, SensorTechnics, SmartPill, Sony, Stanford University, STMicroelectronics, Tactilus, Teijin, Terumo, Toshiba, Tronics, Wellsense, Willcom, Xsens, Yongsheng, Yuyama… © 2013 • 4 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 5. Facts and figures… • In 2050, 25% of the European population will be aged over 65 years old • 90% of elderly people want to stay at home as long as they can • 30% of people over 65 year fall each year. In the age of 80 this number rises to 50% • Currently, there are 17,000 mobile health applications in major application stores • By 2015, 30% of the world's smart phone users is expected to use mobile health product © 2013 • 5 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 6. Scope of the Report • Applications of medical technologies can be classified in four main groups as follows: Patient Care Patient Treatment Medical applications Function replacement Organ stimulation Not included in the report’s scope • In that report, we will focus only on Patient Care Applications © 2013 • 6 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 7. What tasks are belonging to patient care group? Guarantee the comfort of patients Body parameters and treatments monitoring © 2013 • 7 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved. Ensure patient safety Drug Delivery (intravenous route, drug infusion…)
  • 8. Disruptive Market segmentation Detailed information along with innovative products example are provided for each segments! © 2013 • 8 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 9. Typical information provided by segments Segment Description: Current Products: Future Products: Sensors used today: Sensors for tomorrow: Key integrators: © 2013 • 9 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 10. Market Outlook Market data, forecast and analysis are provided for each sensors and Applications © 2013 • 10 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 11. More slides from the report… © 2013 • 11 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 12. MedTech reports from YOLE © 2013 • 12 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 13. Yole activities in MedTech MEDIA REPORTS CONSULTING News portal/Technology magazines/ Webcasts/Communication services Market & technology/Patent Investigation/Reverse costing Market research/Technology & Strategy/Patent Investigation/ Reverse costing www.yole.fr YOLE FINANCE M&A/ Due Diligence/ Fundraising/ Technology brokerage www.yolefinance.com PARTNERS © 2013 • 13 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 14. Our Offices & Contact Information USA Office • Michael McLaughlin, Business Development Manager, Phone: (650) 931 2552 - Cell: (408) 839 7178 Email: mclaughlin@yole.fr • Jeff Edwards, Sales Associate, Yole Inc., Cell: (972) 333 0986- Email: edwards@yole.fr Japan Office • For custom research: Yutaka Katano, General Manager, Yole Japan & President, Yole K.K. Phone: (81) 362 693 457 - Cell : (81) 80 3440 6466 - Fax: (81) 362 693 448 - Email: katano@yole.fr • For reports business: Takashi Onozawa, Sales Asia & General Manager, Yole K.K. Email: onozawa@yole,fr European Office • Yves Devigne, Europe Business Development Manager, Cell : +33 6 75 80 08 25 - Email : devigne@yole.fr • Yole Développement Headquarter, France: David Jourdan, Sales Coordination & Customer Service, Tel: +33 472 83 01 90, Email: jourdan@yole.fr Korea Office • Hailey Yang, Business Development Manager, Phone : (82) 2 2010 883 - Cell: (82) 10 4097 5810 - Fax: (82) 2 2010 8899 – Email: yang@yole.fr © 2013 • 14 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.
  • 15. For More Information… Take a look at our websites www.yole.fr Yole Développement corporate website www.i-micronews.com News Portal - online free registration to our publications www.systemplus.fr Sister company expert in teardown & reverse costing analysis www.yolefinance.com Separate business unit of Yole dedicated to financial services Follow us on © 2013 • 15 Sensors for HomeCare 2013 Copyrights © Yole Développement SA. All rights reserved.