Global Battery Market for IoT by Type, Rechargeability, End-use Application and Geography - Forecast to 2025 -

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The global battery market for IoT is projected to grow from USD 8.7 billion in 2019 to USD 15.9 billion by 2025; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.6% from 2020 to 2025.

The major factors driving the growth of the market are multi-fold rise in the use of IoT and increase in the adoption of IoT-enabled devices, increase in global demand for wireless communication, a surge in R&D activities to develop advanced, flexible, and thin batteries, and rise in demand for thin and flexible batteries used in IoT-enabled devices. However, high upfront costs involved in the development of thin and flexible batteries, and the ecological implications of the disposing of battery wastes hinder the growth of the market.

Lithium batteries segment is expected to continue to account for largest size of battery market for IoT during forecast period

Lithium batteries have a plethora of applications in IoT devices such as wearables, home automation devices, retail, aerospace, and defense. Moreover, features such as high energy density is a key factor complementing its growth among other batteries

Primary batteries segment is expected to witness highest CAGR in battery market for IoT from 2020 to 2025

Primary batteries are used in products that do not require high power and have a limited lifespan. These batteries are witnessing increasing applications in areas such as smart packaging, smart cards, home automation, retail, and medical and cosmetic patches, as they have low self-discharge time compared to rechargeable thin-film batteries.

Home automation segment held the largest size of battery market for IoT in 2019

The demand for energy-efficient solutions, enhanced security, increased venture capital funding, and the constant need for improving the living standards of individuals has led to the growth of the battery market for IoT for home automation. Building automation, which started with wired technology, has now entered the era of wireless technology with technologies such as ZigBee, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Smart revolutionizing the market. The growing awareness toward energy conservation, stringent legislation and building directives, the promotion of numerous smart grid technologies, and the availability of a number of open protocols are further driving the growth of the building automation market.

Duracell Inc (Duracell) (US), Energizer Holdings Inc (Energizer) (US), Panasonic Corporation (Panasonic) (Japan), LG Chem Ltd (LG Chem) (South Korea), Samsung SDI Co (Samsung SDI) (South Korea), STMicroelectronics N.V (STmicroelectronics) (Switzerland), Cymbet Corporation Inc (Cymbet) (US), Ultralife Corporation (Ultralife) (US), Ilika Plc (Ilika) (UK), and Imprint Energy Inc (Imprint Energy) (US) are the prominent players in the global battery market for IoT.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction

2. Research Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Premium Insights

5. Internet of Things Market - Start-Up Scenario

5.1 Start-Up Company Analysis

5.1.1 Global Footprint

5.1.2 Revenue

5.1.3 Market Ranking/Share Interval

5.1.4 Venture Capital and Funding Scenario

6. Market Overview and Industry Trends

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Market Dynamics

6.2.1 Drivers

6.2.2 Restraints

6.2.3 Opportunities

6.2.4 Challenges

6.3 Use Cases

6.3.1 Smart Retail

6.3.2 Connected Health

6.3.3 Building and Home Automation

6.3.4 Smart Logistics

6.3.5 Smart Mobility and Transportation

6.3.6 Smart Grid and Utilities

6.3.7 Smart Manufacturing

6.3.8 Smart Home

6.3.9 Others

6.4 Regulatory Framework (for IoT Battery)

6.4.1 General

6.4.2 Present Status

6.4.3 Standardization Needs and Outlook

6.4.4 Challenges and Future Standardization Needs

6.5 Impact of Other Disruptive Technologies

6.5.1 Artificial Intelligence (AI)

6.5.2 5G

6.5.3 Smart Transportation

6.5.4 Smart Energy

6.6 IoT Characteristics

6.7 Value Chain Analysis

6.8 Price Trends Analysis

6.9 Trends in Battery-Less IoT Technology

6.9.1 Ambient Energy Harvesting Piezoelectric Thermoelectric (PV) Kinetic Photoelectric

6.9.2 Battery-Free Bluetooth Tags

6.10 Emerging Battery Technology: Zinc-Air Batteries

6.11 Impact of COVID-19 on Battery Market

7 Battery Market for IoT, by Type (USD Million and Million Units)

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Chemical Batteries

7.2.1 Lithium Batteries

7.2.2 Alkaline Batteries

7.2.3 Others

7.3 Thin-Film Batteries

7.4 Printed Batteries

7.5 Solid-State Chip Batteries

8 Battery Market for IoT, by Rechargeability (USD Million)

8.1 Primary Batteries

8.2 Secondary Batteries

9. Battery Market for IoT, by End-Use Application (USD Million and Million Units)

9.1 Wearable Devices

9.1.1 Activity Monitors

9.1.2 Smart Watches

9.1.3 Smart Glasses

9.1.4 Body-Worn Cameras

9.1.5 Hearables

9.2 Consumer Electronics

9.3 Healthcare

9.3.1 Fitness and Heart Rate Monitors

9.3.2 Blood Pressure Monitors

9.3.3 Blood Glucose Meters

9.3.4 Fall Detectors

9.3.5 Others

9.4 Home Automation

9.4.1 Smart Locks

9.4.2 Security Cameras

9.4.3 Smart Meters

9.4.4 Wireless Alarms and Theft Detection Systems

9.4.5 Occupancy Sensors

9.4.6 Smoke Detectors

9.4.7 Garage Door Sensors

9.4.8 Window Sensors

9.4.9 Water Leak Detection Sensors

9.5 Retail

9.5.1 Contactless Point of Sales (PoS)

9.5.2 Wireless Beacons

9.5.3 Smart Tags

9.6 BFSI

9.6.1 Mobile Point of Sales (MPoS)

9.7 Aerospace and Defense

9.7.1 Smart Beacons

9.7.2 Drones/Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)

9.7.3 Smart Baggage Tags

9.8 Industrial

9.9 Agriculture

9.9.1 Agriculture Drones

9.9.2 Agriculture Robots

9.9.3 Soil Moisture Sensors

9.9.4 Live Stock RFID Tags

9.10 Smart Packaging

10 Battery Market for IoT, by Geography (USD Million)

10.1 Introduction

10.2 North America

10.3 Europe

10.4 Asia-Pacific

10.5 Rest of the World

11 Competitive Landscape

11.1 Overview

11.2 Key Players in Battery Market for IoT

11.3 Competitive Benchmarking and Landscape

11.3.1 New Product Launched and Developments

11.3.2 Partnerships, Collaborations, Agreements, and Acquisitions

11.4 Competitive Leadership Mapping

11.4.1 Visionary Leaders

11.4.2 Innovators

11.4.3 Dynamic Differentiators

11.4.4 Emerging Companies

12 Company Profiles

12.1 Key Players

12.1.1 Duracell

12.1.2 Energizer

12.1.3 Panasonic

12.1.4 LG Chem

12.1.5 Samsung SDI

12.1.6 STMicroelectronics

12.1.7 Cymbet

12.1.8 Ultralife

12.1.9 Imprint Energy

12.1.10 Ilika

12.1.11 Blue Spark Technologies

12.1.12 Enfucell

12.1.13 Brightvolt

12.1.14 Saft

12.1.15 Power Paper

12.1.16 Jenax

12.2 Right to Win

12.3 Other Key Players

12.3.1 Front Edge Technology

12.3.2 Rocket Electric

12.3.3 Guangzhou Fullriver Battery New Technology

12.3.4 Iten

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