Life Sciences Report

The market for neuroprosthetics could reach $18 billion by 2028

Neuroprosthetics 2018-2028: Technologies, Forecasts, Players

Cochlear implants, artificial retinas and bionic limbs


 
Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1.Neuroprosthetics defined
1.2.Neuroprosthetic implant examples
1.3.Neuroprosthetics- Why now?
1.4.Considerations and future directions for neural probes
1.5.Considerations, trends, and future directions for cochlear implants
1.6.Competitive patent interest in cochlear implants
1.7.Considerations, trends, and future directions for retinal implants
1.8.Competitive patent interest in retinal implants
1.9.Considerations for the future of neuroprosthetic limbs
1.10.Incumbent, new, and emerging markets summarized
1.11.Overall market drivers and constraints
1.12.Overall market forecast for neuroprosthetics by 2028
2.INTRODUCTION TO NEUROPROSTHETICS
2.1.Neuroprosthetics defined and the impact of sensory loss
2.2.The prevalence and expected rise of macular degeneration
2.3.Major players for neural probes and related devices
2.4.Outline of a cochlear implant
2.5.Cochlear implants
2.6.Major players for hearing restoration
2.7.Intracortical visual prosthetics
2.8.Major players for neuroprosthetic sight restoration
2.9.Who could benefit from neuroprosthetic limbs?
2.10.Developers of neuroprosthetic limbs
2.11.Types of neuroprosthetic limbs
2.12.Clinical trials interest in cochlear implants and retinal implants
2.13.Incumbent, new, and emerging markets summarized
2.14.Market drivers and constraints
2.15.Estimated 2017 market size and unit sales forecast for neuroprosthetics
2.16.IP interest in neuroprosthetics
2.17.NIH BRAIN Initiative®
3.MARKET FORECASTS
3.1.Cochlear implant revenue by company
3.2.Market forecast for cochlear implants- Whole units and revenue by unit
3.3.Market forecast for cochlear implants- Revenue by new and upgraded component
3.4.The impact of new competitors- a historical perspective
3.5.Market forecast for cochlear implants- with potential disruption
3.6.The impact of new competitors- potential changes in the average price of cochlear implants
3.7.Market forecast for retinal implants- RP only
3.8.Regional sales distribution of retinal implants- the impact of reimbursement plans
3.9.Market potential for retinal implants- MD
3.10.Market forecast for retinal implants- RP + MD
3.11.Market forecast considerations for neuroprosthetic limbs
3.12.Overall market forecast for neuroprosthetics by 2028
4.COMPETITIVE INTERESTS IN PATENTS AND CLINICAL TRIALS
4.1.Competitive patent interest in cochlear implants
4.2.Changing cochlear implant price- the role of patents and new competitors
4.3.Competitive interest in clinical trials for cochlear implants
4.4.The potential impact of new competitors
4.5.Cochlear assigned patent timeline
4.6.Advanced Bionics assigned patent timeline
4.7.MED-EL assigned patent timeline
4.8.Oticon assigned patents timeline
4.9.Nurotron assigned patent timeline
4.10.Competitive patent interest in retinal implants
4.11.Second Sight assigned patent timeline
4.12.Pixium Vision assigned patent timeline
4.13.Competitive interest in clinical trials for retinal implants
4.14.Patent interest in neuroprosthetic limbs
4.15.Ossur assigned patents timeline
5.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FOR NEURAL PROBES
5.1.A brief history of neural probes
5.2.How neural probes are typically made
5.3.Considerations for electrode material selection and insulating materials
5.4.Special considerations for neural probes and related devices
5.5.Research interest in neural probes
5.6.Patent interest in neural probes
5.7.NIH BRAIN Initiative®
5.8.Intan technology
5.9.University of Utah Center for Neural Interfaces
5.10.Blackrock Microsystems technologies, partnership, and advances
5.11.NeuroNexus technologies, company and collaboration
5.12.CorTec technology
5.13.Ripple technologies
5.14.Cambridge NeuroTech technologies
5.15.Wise Srl technology
5.16.FHC technology
5.17.Neuralynx technology
5.18.Ad-Tech technologies
5.19.PMT Corporation electrodes
5.20.Atlas Neuro probe technology
5.21.Microprobes for Life Sciences technologies
5.22.Omnectics connectors for neuroscience
5.23.University of Texas probe research
5.24.SINAPSE©- Singapore Institute for Neurotechnology
5.25.Considerations and future directions in neural probes
6.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FOR COCHLEAR IMPLANTS
6.1.Major technological developments in cochlear implants
6.2.Changing cochlear implant price over time
6.3.Research interest in cochlear implants
6.4.Patent interest in cochlear implants
6.5.Competitive patent interest in cochlear implants
6.6.Special considerations for cochlear implants
6.7.Cochlear Ltd. Technologies
6.8.Advanced Bionics technologies
6.9.MED-EL technologies
6.10.Oticon technologies
6.11.Nurotron technologies
6.12.Trends and potential future directions in cochlear implants
6.13.Specification comparison- Processors & internal implants
7.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FOR RETINAL IMPLANTS
7.1.A brief history of neuroprosthetics for vision restoration
7.2.Special considerations for vision neuroprosthetics
7.3.Research interest for retinal implants
7.4.Patent interest in retinal implants
7.5.Competitive patent interest timeline
7.6.Second Sight technologies
7.7.Pixium Vision retinal implant technologies
7.8.Retina Implant AG Alpha IMS and AMS technology
7.9.Nidek Co. Ltd. retinal implant technology
7.10.Optibionics retinal implant technology
7.11.Nano Retina technology
7.12.Bionic Vision Technologies development
7.13.Nanovision Biosciences technology
7.14.Bionic Eye Technologies, Inc. technology
7.15.Monash Vision Group technology
7.16.Illinois Institute of Technology's Intracortical Visual Prosthesis (ICVP)
7.17.Natcore Technology's retinal implant technology
7.18.LambdaVision protein-based retinal implant
7.19.VisionCare's implantable miniature telescope
7.20.Retinal implant specification comparison
7.21.Trends and potential future directions for neuroprosthetic vision technology
8.COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FOR NEUROPROSTHETIC LIMBS
8.1.A brief history of prosthetic limbs
8.2.Research interest in neuroprosthetic limbs
8.3.Patent interest in neuroprosthetic limbs
8.4.Special considerations for neuroprosthetic limbs
8.5.SensArs technology
8.6.Ossur technology
8.7.DARPA programs
8.8.Mobius Bionics technology
8.9.Case Western Reserve University and the Functional Neural Interface Lab
8.10.Biomechatronics at MIT Media Lab
8.11.The University of Utah and Blackrock Microsystems
8.12.Ripple technology
8.13.Paradromics technology
8.14.CorTec technology
8.15.Synchron technology
8.16.UMC Utrecht and their Utrecht Neuroprosthesis technology
8.17.BrainGate technology
8.18.Andersen Lab at Caltech
8.19.Schwartz Motorlab at the University of Pittsburgh
8.20.The University of Pittsburgh with DARPA
8.21.Medtronic's spinal cord stimulation technology
8.22.A consideration for the future of neuroprosthetic limbs
9.COMPANY PROFILES
9.1.Bionic Eye Technologies
9.2.CorTec GmbH
9.3.Nurotron Biotechnology
9.4.Pixium Vision
9.5.Retina Implant AG
9.6.Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.

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