Wireless brain sensors are devices that monitor intracranial pressure and temperature within the skull of patients suffering from severe traumatic brain injuries or even those suffering from Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Significant technological advances in brain-computer interfaces have been leading to continuous evolution of brain sensors. The sensors used in currently are remotely accessible through wireless connectivity. Brain-computer interfaces are designed to assist people with severe paralysis in controlling devices with their thoughts in order to perform daily functionalities. These devices have been tested in animal models over long durations. One example of an advanced wireless brain sensor is an implantable model that is fully rechargeable and the device is capable of transmitting real-time broadband signals from up to 100 neurons in freely moving subjects. In 2016, researchers have also developed a biocompatible brain implant that can monitor brain injury completely before dissolving. The device is capable of complete dissolution into the surrounding soft tissue when they are no longer needed. These sensors are made of green electronic materials natural materials that are fully biodegradable and biocompatible, which are designed to work smaller time duration (a few weeks), and then completely dissolve into the cerebrospinal fluid, over the course of about a day, when immersed. In animal testing phases no inflammations were located conforming the complete biocompatibility of the device. The prime job of these devices is to monitor important physiological intracranial functions such as acidity and motion of fluids apart from neuronal activity. Being fully dissolvable, the fabrication process of these devices is cheap and environment-friendly.
Wireless Brain Sensors Market: Drivers and Restraints
Some of the major proceedings for brain sensor are high frequency of neurological disorders due to change in lifestyle, increasing stress level, and drastic variations in the social environments have cumulatively amplified the demand for wireless brain sensing market. With the increase of patient suffering from brain related disorder also fuel the growth of wireless brain sensing market. However, stringent safety and validation regulations, compatibility issues, and difficulty in understanding the product functionality are some of the reasons hindering the growth of the wireless brain sensors market.
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Wireless Brain Sensors Market: Segmentation
The global market for Wireless Brain Sensors Marketis broadly classified on the basis of material type, by application and by end user.
Based on Product type, the Wireless Brain Sensors Market has been segmented as follows:
Wireless Brain Sensors Market, by Type of product
- Electroencephalography (EEG) Devices
- Sleep Monitoring Devices
Based on therapeutic application, theWireless Brain Sensors Market has been segmented as follows:
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Huntington’s Disease
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Sleep Disorders
Based on end user, theWireless Brain Sensors Market has been segmented as follows:
- Research Institutes
- Neurology Hospitals
- Diagnostic Centers
Wireless Brain Sensors Market: Overview
The global Wireless Brain Sensors Market is expected to expand at healthy CAGR owing to rise in expenditure on Research and Development, growth in Alzheimer’s disease, and rise in the healthcare expenses of the sensing devices across the world. Among end users, research institutes end user segment is expected to account for maximum share due to the increase trials on the brain sensing devices and exact action to be taken.
Wireless Brain Sensors Market: Region-wise Outlook
Geographically, the global Wireless Brain Sensors Marketis classified into regions namely, North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Middle East and Africa. Among all the regions, North America will continue to lead the global market for Wireless Brain Sensors Market due to various technological advancements, rise in R&D investment. Asia- Pacific is expected to account for second largest share in global market primarily technological innovations and significant rise in funding.
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Wireless Brain Sensors Market: Key Players
Key players operating in the global bioactive coating devices market are EMOTIV Inc, Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc., Muse, and Neurosky, among others.