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Brain-Computer Interface Market : Industry Analysis & Opportunities-DataM Intelligence

(Medical-NewsWire.com, September 15, 2021 ) Market Overview

A mind-laptop interface is a pc-primarily based device that acquires mind signals, analyzes them, and interprets them to instructions relayed to an output device to carry out the desired movement.

The primary characteristic of the mind-laptop interface is to convert human intentions into suitable instructions for the devices. It is generally used to enhance the high-quality lifestyles of disabled human beings. Different strategies are used to measure mind hobby for BCI's. Most BCIs have used electric alerts which are detected by the use of electrodes placed invasively inside or on the floor of the cortex or noninvasively on the surface of the scalp [electroencephalography (EEG)]. Some BCI's are based totally on metabolic hobby measured noninvasively, including thru practical magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).



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Market Dynamics

Brain-Computer Interface Market is driven through the increasing prevalence of neuroprosthetic conditions, developing geriatric populace, and rising technological traits facilitating verbal exchange and paralytic patients. Furthermore, the use of BCI may see a slow increase with its growth in virtual gaming, domestic manipulate structures, and other modes of conversation inside the forecast period.

Increasing research and development activities will drive the market growth



Several technological developments in human-machine sensing, application of BCI in the entertainment, gaming, and healthcare sectors are some of the major factors driving the market.



According to the Brain/Neural Computer Interaction Horizon 2020 project, an initiative by the European Commission for coordinating BCI research, six major application themes, i.e., restore (e.g., unlocking the completely locked-in), replace (e.g., BCI-controlled neuroprosthesis), enhance (e.g., enhanced user experience in computer games), supplement (e.g., augmented reality glasses), improve (e.g., upper limb rehabilitation after stroke). Research tools (e.g., decoding brain activity with real-time feedback) have been outlined as feasible and promising fields (Brunner et al., 2015).



Increasing neurodegenerative disorders is driving the market growth

The increase in neuro disorders such as Parkinson's, epilepsy, and Alzheimer's are expected to increase the demand for brain-computer interfaces. It is focused on helping paralyzed people control assistive devices using their thoughts.

According to a WHO report, around 82 million people will be affected by dementia by 2030, reaching 152 by 2050. This indicates the potential demand for BCI in the coming years.

Side effects associated with the development and use of the brain-computer interface

With the benefits come the problems, lack of skilled workforce, lack of security, and ethical issues related to the brain-computer interface system. Since the BCI system involves the connection of several wires due to interfacing between brain and computer, it might get uncomfortable for the user. This bulky nature of BCI(brain-computer interface) could put a lot of mental and physical stress on the user.

Inaccuracy is also one of the concerns for BCI. The brain is a highly complex organ.



Segment Analysis

By Type

Non-Invasive

Partially Invasive

By Application

Healthcare

Entertainment and gaming

Defense and aerospace



Geographical Analysis

The Asia Pacific is found to be the fastest-growing segment of the market



The Brain-Computer Interface industry is anticipated to grow significantly over the forecast period, particularly in developing countries such as China and Japan. The market is characterized by technological advancements that are expected to result in better healthcare. Moreover, low-cost manufacturing sites, cheap labor, and favorable taxation policies have attracted foreign companies to invest in the lucrative market. For instance, in May 2018, Compumedics collaborated with a China-based organization, Health 100, to improve its product portfolio in sleep technology.

North America holds the largest share in the brain-computer interface market owing to its speedy adoption of technological advancements and considerable investments in research and technology.



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Competitive Landscape

The Brain-Computer Interface market is highly competitive due to well-diversified international, regional, and local players. However big international players dominate the market owing to their brand image and market reach. Some of the key players of brain-computer interface market included in the report are Nihon Kohden Corporation, Advanced Brain Monitoring Inc, ANT Neuro, Cadwell Industries, Inc, and Compumedics Limited, Integra Lifesciences, NeuroSky, Emotiv, OpenBCI and Medtronic Plc



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DataM Intelligence

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