BOSTON, August 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
IDTechEx Research, a leading provider of independent market research, business intelligence and events on emerging technology announces the availability of a new report, Triboelectric Energy Harvesting (TENG) 2017-2027.
Triboelectric energy harvesting potentially serves most power levels and formats. This report explains energy harvesting, and specifically triboelectricity and the devices resulting, relating it to other forms of electrostatic and other energy harvesting methods to reveal lessons from the real world.
The report navigates the often misleading jargon and double meanings and focuses on the big issues and opportunities. This is a report for investors and materials and device makers. It will assist those planning to use the devices and merge them with their own and governments apportioning research funds. The report highlights materials opportunities and relating needs to achievements to reveal gaps in the market.
Research for this report is based on global visits and privileged data from PhD level IDTechEx analysts. IDTechEx has researched the technological roadmaps, conducted interviews, created forecasts and assessed materials opportunities from an industrial viewpoint.
Triboelectric Energy Harvesting (TENG) 2017-2027 contains projections of many relevant markets, including wearables, microcontrollers, single board computers and the Internet of Things. IDTechEx gives projections for electric land, water and air vehicles, to the triboelectric capability expected. The report identifies gaps in the market and prioritises impediments to be overcome and includes tables comparing the commercially desirable attributes of energy harvesting technologies and how triboelectrics fits in.
Marketing Manager, Reports