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Wearable Materials Market: COVID-19 Impact and Future Assessment Analysis, Concludes MarketsandMarkets™

Wearable Materials Market: COVID-19 Impact and Future Assessment Analysis, Concludes MarketsandMarkets™

The market size for wearable materials is estimated at USD 1.5 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 2.9 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 15.0% between 2018 and 2023. Increasing demand for low-cost wearables, rise in chronic health conditions, and increasing disposable income is expected to drive the demand for wearable materials during the forecast period. 

With wearable devices expected to join mainstream personal computing, it is projected that compact wearable devices would drive the demand for wearable materials. In addition, internet of things (IoT) technologies, which plays a major role in a wide range of healthcare applications, ranging from managing chronic diseases to preventing diseases, is expected to impact the wearable materials market.  

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The industrial sector is the fastest-growing application of wearable materials. Industrial wearable devices include compact, mobile, and wireless computing systems that can be worn on the body. They also include various image scanners that find applications in industrial processes. As wearables have become more inexpensive, there has been a spurt in research and prototyping of these wearables, which is expected to drive the wearable material market in the industrial segment. 

Consumer electronics is the largest application for wearable materials. Consumer wearable electronics encompass a number of wearable devices related to fitness & sports, entertainment & multimedia, and garments & fashion. Factors such as increasing consumer demand and rapid miniaturization of sensor technology have contributed to the growth of the wearable market, which in turn, has increased the demand for wearable materials. 

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The key players in the wearable materials market include, BASF (Germany), DowDuPont (US), Wacker Chemie (Germany), DSM (Netherlands), Arkema (France), Eastman Corporation (US), Shin-Etsu (Japan), Elkem (Norway), Momentive Performance Materials (US), and Lubrizol (US). The wearable materials market report analyzes the key growth strategies adopted by leading market players such as expansion, new product launch, and acquisition between 2015 and 2018.  

DSM is among the key players in the wearable materials market. It has adopted organic strategies such as new product launch to increase its share in the wearable materials market. The company is involved in the manufacture of nutritional and health products. The company operates through four business segments-nutrition, materials, innovation center, and corporate activities. The company offers Arnitel through its materials business segment. The materials business segment also manufactures engineering plastics. The company has its operations in 98 countries in Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe. In October 2017, Arnitel developed by DSM was used by Zhongxing Telecommunication Equipment Corporation (ZTE) in the manufacture of their new smartwatch, ZTE Quartz. Arnitel was used in the manufacture of the soft strap of the smartwatch as offers increased safety, resistance to UV rays, and design flexibility. 

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BASF is one of the major chemical companies. It functions through six business segments, chemicals, performance products, functional materials solutions, agricultural solutions, oil & gas, and others. BASF operates globally through its subsidiaries in 80 countries with six verbund sites and approximately 376 production sites. It chiefly operates in Europe and has an active presence in North America, Asia Pacific, South America, Africa, and the Middle East countries. In November 2016, the thermoplastic polyurethane brand, Elastollan, developed by BASF was incorporated in Paiband, a wearable device manufactured by Putao Technology. Ellastolan offers properties such as design flexibility, haptic optimization, and UV resistance.

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