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E-Textiles & Smart Clothing Market Surpass USD 27,090 Million by 2030 | CAGR 32%

Date : Mar 17, 2023

According to Ameco Research, the worldwide E-Textiles & Smart Clothing Market will increase at a CAGR of more than 32% throughout the forecast period, reaching a market size of more than USD 27,090 Million by 2030.

Electronic textiles (e-textiles) & smart clothing are clothing that has electronics and interconnections included into them, allowing for physical elasticity and size that existing electronic manufacturing techniques do not enable. Components and linkages are built into the fabric, making them less apparent and less likely to become tangled or snagged by the environment. An e-textile can be worn in common contexts where wearable computers are currently unavailable. E-textiles may also be more adaptable to changes in an application's computational and sensory requirements, which is advantageous for power management and context awareness.

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The increasing demand for e-textiles & smart clothing in the military application fuels the market growth

Emergency first responders, such as firefighters and rescue workers, are excellent examples of smart clothes in the workplace. The purpose is to increase their safety, coordination, and efficiency, as well as the civilian survival management that they provide. Continuous monitoring of vital signs, continuous biosensor monitoring, active visibility enhancement, light-emitting fibers, internal temperature monitoring using fiber sensors, and pose and activity monitoring are all advantages.

Other industries that could benefit from smart clothes include health care, construction, and transportation maintenance. The military, of course, is an early adopter of these technologies. It is feasible to develop sensing patches that can monitor a user's biochemical parameters by incorporating electric, electrochemical, and optical sensors onto a textile substrate. These sensors can track the wearer's body fluids such as blood, perspiration, and urine throughout the day (and night). They could be used in a variety of medical settings, including diapers, hospitals, and geriatric care.

Growing innovation in sports smart clothing is also supporting the market growth. Companies are involved in new product launches, for instance, Toray's hitoe is a revolutionary fabric that collects biosignals released unknowingly by the body and analyses heart performance and physical stress, among other things. It can be used in sporting or everyday wear. Modern fabric technology allows for the clever alteration of clothing to achieve a certain effect. Clothes can be redesigned to change colors, collect medical data, block sunlight, create vibrations, and display tailored messages using technology.

Global E-Textiles & Smart Clothing Market Segmentation

The global e-textiles & smart clothing segmentation includes textile type, product type, end-user industry, and geography. The textile type segment includes active smart, passive smart, and ultra smart. The textile type segment was dominated by active smart in 2021. Active smart textiles feature a diverse set of capabilities and many characteristics that passive smart textiles lack. They are capable of sensing and reacting to stimuli. In response to the external environment, active textiles evolve and modify their functioning. As a result of the information obtained, these materials produce an activity. Active textiles rely on electricity to function, which can support actuators and sensors, whereas passive textiles rely on their structure. Passive smart textiles are those that have functionality beyond that of traditional textiles and are sometimes referred to as the "first generation" of smart textiles. However, passive textiles do not adjust as a result of the information they receive. In other words, the cloth is unaffected by changes in the environment.

The product type segment is categorized into lower wear, upper wear, innerwear, and others. In 2021, the upper wear segment acquired the maximum amount of share and is likely to continue its trend for the coming years. Based on the end-user industry the market is comprised of the military & defense, fashion & entertainment, healthcare, sports & fitness, mining, and others. In 2021, the sport & fitness segment achieved the maximum share due to the rising construction activities. However, the military & defense segment is likely to significant growth rate during the forecast period 2022 – 2030. The multiple sensors placed on the uniform across various body areas harvest data detecting probable wartime injuries such as gunshot contact and explosions. These cutting-edge uniforms are used to assess troop fitness, detect wounds and injuries, and study the outcomes of military conflicts.

Furthermore, North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa are the regional categorization of the global e-textiles & smart clothing market. North America generated the largest amount of share in 2021 due to the early adoption of technology, growing demand for smart technologies, greater spending power, and the existence of major companies. Meanwhile, the Asia-Pacific region is expected to display a lucrative growth rate throughout the forecast period.

Major Players

Key players profiled in the report include Applycon, Athos, AiQ Smart Clothing, Carre Technologies, Cityzen Sciences, Clothing Plus, DuPont, Myontec, Myzone, Sensoria, Vulpes Electronics, Owlet, Siren, Toray Industries, and Wearable X.

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