Consumer Oxygen Equipment: Market Shares, Strategy, And Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 To 2022

Consumer Oxygen Equipment: Market Shares, Strategy, And Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 To 2022

Category : Medical Devices
Sub Category : General Medical Device
Published On : June  2016
Pages : 385



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Consumer oxygen markets build on the established medical oxygen markets.  Consumer oxygen is still in the trial phase.  It is expected to be used by sports teams, to be used in sports clubs, by athletic teams, and in corporate gyms to increase the value of Consumer and offer people a way to be more comfortable while they Consumer.

Excess of carbon dioxide found in tissue of normal people can be a problem.  Carbone dioxide can build up in the body if a person is overweight or during Consumer.  Excess carbon dioxide is toxic.   if there is not enough oxygen to balance the carbon dioxide in the body.  There needs to be a balance between the oxygen and carbon dioxide.  When there is more carbon dioxide than needed in the body, more oxygen is needed to create a balance, supplemental oxygen is needed.

People who are overweight can build up excess carbon dioxide because every cell in the body creates carbon dioxide.  When there are too many cells, the balance between oxygen coming in and carbon dioxide being created in every cell gets off.  A lack of balance creates carbon dioxide toxicity in the body.  Supplemental oxygen is necessary to create a balance.  Oxygen absorbs carbon dioxide and gets the gases inside the body back in balance.  When there is an imbalance, the supplemental oxygen is needed, not too much supplemental oxygen, just the right amount.  

People do not need too much carbon dioxide nor do they need too much oxygen.  You see elite athletes use supplemental oxygen after strenuous exercise because they are tuned to their bodies, they can feel the imbalance of oxygen and carbon dioxide and they can feel the supplemental oxygen cure the imbalance.  People who are accustomed to listening to their bodies are able to tell intuitively what is the right balance of carbon dioxide and oxygen.

When a person is overweight, there is not enough oxygen in the lungs and blood hemoglobin to eliminate excess carbon dioxide.  Even when the lungs and hemoglobin are working at full capacity, there is not enough oxygen to get rid of the excess carbon dioxide.  The use of supplemental oxygen appears to be indicated even when the pulse oximeter gives an entirely normal reading.

Supplemental oxygen equipment markets at $3.9 million in 2015 are anticipated to reach $2.8 billion dollars by 2022.  Growth is a result of demand for the smaller lighter technology already developed, already on the market, for use by people exercising.  The market need by for oxygen generation devices at clubs and gyms is building even as portable devices provide greater mobility support for bike riders, joggers, and older people.  

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Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Boost Oxygen
Oxygen Plus
Chart / Caire / SeQual
Philips Respironics
AirSep
Invacare
Market Participants

2nd Wind Distributors
AirSep
Boost Oxygen
Chart Caire / AirSep / Sequal
Chart Industries
DeVilbiss
DHGate
Drive Medical
Drive Medical
Dräger
Foshan Keyhub Electronic Industries Co., Ltd.
GoOxygen
Inogen
Inova Labs
Invacare
Jiuxin Medical
Leistung Engineering
Live O2 Oxygen
NTK
Oxygen Plus
Philips Healthcare
POD Oxygen
Summit Oxygen
Weyergans High Care AG
Zoom
Key Topics

Obesity
Obesity hypoventilation syndrome
Hypercapnia
Sleep disordered breathing
Oxygen Concentrator
Stationary Oxygen Concentrators
Medical Oxygen
Portable Oxygen Concentrators
Homecare
Home Oxygen
Home Medical Equipment
Oxygen Therapy
Managed Care
Non-Acute Health Care
Unified Supply Network
Continuous Pressure Oxygen
Portable Pulsed Oxygen
Patients on Oxygen
Hypoxia
Climate
Diseases
Health
Obesity
Pollution
Home Oxygen Reimbursement
Homefill Oxygen Concentrator
Portable Oxygen Concentrators Market Share
Table of Content

Drone Transponder Highways in the Sky Executive Summary 25
Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 25
Self-Regulation of Drones Using Transponders 29
Remote-Controlled Aircraft 32
Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 32
Drone Transponder Market Shares 34
Drone Transponder Market Forecasts 35

1. Drone Highways in the Sky: Market Description and Market Dynamics 37
1.1 UAS Regulatory Frameworks 37
1.1.1 ADS-B for Small Drones 38
1.2 Need for Drone Controlled Airspace 39
1.2.1 Transponder Control by Privately Owned Agency 40
1.2.2 Self-Regulation of Drones Using Transponders 42
1.2.3 Project Wing from Google Wants A Transponder Mandatory For All Aircraft 44
1.3 Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast ADS-B Transponder 47
1.3.1 QUICK LINKS 50
1.3.2 PRODUCTS 50
1.4 Google wants transponder in uncontrolled airspace 51
1.4.1 US FAA Commercial Drone Permits 55
1.5 Smart Commercial Drones 57
1.5.1 Smart Drones: Commercial Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)Description 58
1.6 Drone Enhanced Capability and Payloads 59
1.6.1 Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Enhanced Resilience 62
1.6.2 Small and Micro-UAS Drones 62

2. Drone Highways in the Sky Market Shares and Forecasts63
2.1 Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 63
2.1.1 Self-Regulation of Drones Using Transponders 67
2.1.2 Dronecode Platform 69
2.1.3 Remote-Controlled Aircraft 69
2.1.4 Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 70
2.2 Drone Transponder Leading Market Participants 71
2.2.1 Sagetech 72
2.2.2 L-3 Aviation Products 73
2.2.3 FreeFlight 74
2.2.4 Micro-Avionix 74
2.2.5 Google Low-Cost ADSB Transponders 74
2.2.6 Trig Design And Engineering 75
2.2.7 Intel Ascending Technologies’ Asctec Trinity 75
2.2.8 Dedrone 76
2.2.9 ISMAR / Fortem 77
2.2.10 DJI 77
2.2.11 microadsb.com 78
2.3 Drone Transponder Market Forecasts 78
2.3.1 Drone Aerial Systems Market Forecasts 81
2.3.2 Drone Market Segment Applications 83
2.3.3 Drone Aerial Systems by Sector, Military, Agriculture, Oil and Gas,Border Patrol, Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, Disaster Response, Package Delivery, Photography, Videography, Dollars 84
2.4 Commercial Drone Transponder Prices and Drone Issues 87
2.4.1 RELATED PRODUCTS 90
2.5 ADS-B In Receivers 91
2.5.1 $300 Transponder Units For CAA UK Approval 92
2.5.2 Drone Issues Beyond Line Of Sight 93
2.6 Drone Transponder Regional Market Segment Analysis 95

3. Drone Transponder Highways in the Sky Product Description 96
3.1 Google Low-Cost ADSB Transponders 96
3.1.1 Google’s Vision 97
3.1.2 Autonomous Drones Airspace: Private Agency Control 98
3.1.3 Google Has Started Development of A Transponder 98
3.1.4 Google Mesh Networks 99
3.2 Sagetech 100
3.2.1 Sagetech ADS-B for Small Drones 105
3.2.2 Sagetech Transponders Shrinking To Meet FAA Drone Demands 107
3.3 Microadsb.com 108
3.3.1 UgCS Compatible with ADS-B Receivers 110
3.4 L-3 Aviation Products 110
3.4.1 L-3 NXT-600™ / NXT-800™ 111
3.4.2 L-3 Upgrade to ADS-B Out 112
3.4.3 L-3 SafeRoute® 112
3.5 FreeFlight 113
3.5.1 FreeFlight Systems and CMD Flight Solutions 113
3.5.2 CMD Flight Solutions 114
3.6 Airogisitic 114
3.7 General Atomics Drone Friend or Foe Identification (IFF) Transponders 115
3.8 Trig 116
3.8.1 Trig TT31 Mode S ADS-B Capable Transponder 116
3.9 Lynx 120
3.9.1 Pilot Nightmare: Entering a Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) Airspace122
3.10 Stratus 123
3.10.1 Stratus Esg Transponder 124
3.11 Rockwell Collins 125
3.12 Bendix 130
3.13 Garmin 133
3.14 MarcusUAV Medium Range 2.4Ghz Tracking Antenna 134
3.14.1 Marcus UAV 135
3.15 I-Laps Transponder for FPV Multi-rotors 136
3.16 Intel 137
3.16.1 Intel Realsense Cameras And Ascending Technologies’ Asctec Trinity 137
3.16.2 Ascending Technologies AscTec Firefly 139
3.16.3 Drone: Asctec Firefly with Intel Realsense 139
3.16.4 Ascending Technologies and Intel Collaboration to Develop Drone Collision Avoidance Technology 140
3.16.5 Ascending Technologies Asctec Firefly / Intel RealSense Camera 141
3.16.6 Intel Realsense Cameras and Ascending Technologies’ Asctec Trinity 142
3.16.7 AscTec Falcon 8 143
3.17 Micro-Avionix 143
3.18 Follow Me Drones 144
3.19 Textron Systems Homeland Security 146
3.19.1 Nano Air Vehicle 149
3.20 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 UAS 150
3.20.1 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 Multi-mission, Multi-role ISR System 151
3.20.2 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 System 152
3.20.3 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 Multi-mission, Multi-role ISR System Features 153
3.20.4 Denel Dynamics Hungwe UAS 156
3.21 IMSAR LLC Collision-Avoidance Radar Systems 157
3.22 Civilian UAV’s - Rover Systems 157
3.23 CPI-406 Deployable Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) 158
3.23.1 Deployable Flight Incident Recorder Set (DFIRS) 159
3.23.2 Airborne Separation Video System (ASVS) 159
3.23.3 Airborne Separation Video System – Remote Sensor (ASVS – RS) 159
3.24 DJI 160
3.24.1 DJI Guidance Approach 161
3.25 Dedrone 161

4. Drone Highways in the Sky Transponder Research and Technology 163
4.1 Lloyd’s Register Chief Technology Officer Guidance Notes 163
4.1.1 Lloyd’s Register Foundation Unlocking Further Potential 166
4.1.2 Lloyd’s Register First Phase Of Its Guidance Notes For Drones 167
4.2 Drone Software Technology / UgCS 168
4.2.1 DJI 171
4.2.2 3DRobotics 172
4.2.3 Lockheed Martin 173
4.2.4 Mikrokopter 174
4.2.5 Micropilot 175
4.2.6 Microdrones 176
4.2.7 Parrot 177
4.3 Transponder Technology 177
4.4 Drone Regulation 178
4.4.1 Separating The Hobbyist Industry From The Commercial Drone industry A Challenge 181
4.4.2 Drone Test Sites Selected by the FAA 183
4.4.3 Drone Exemptions 185
4.4.4 FAA Plans Final Regulation on Commercial Drone Use by Mid-2016 186
4.4.5 US FAA Commercial Drone Permits 187
4.5 Unmanned Aerial Systems Payloads 188
4.5.1 Composites Key to Utility 189
4.5.2 Military Drone Technology 189
4.5.3 Military Systems Interoperability 193
4.5.4 Drone Operational Benefits of Autonomy 194
4.5.5 Drone Operational Benefits of Autonomy 196

5. Drone Highways in the Sky Company Profiles 197
5.1 Airogistic 197
5.2 Amazon 198
5.3 Denel Dynamics 200
5.4 DJI 201
5.4.1 DJI Revenue Demonstrates Leadership Position 203
5.5 Dronecode 206
5.6 FreeFlight 206
5.6.1 FreeFlight Systems and CMD Flight Solutions Complete ADS-B Out AML STC for Part 25 207
5.7 Fortem 209
5.8 Garmin 212
5.8.1 Garmin Global Positioning System 214
5.8.2 Garmin Aviation 215
5.8.3 Garmin Transponder Solutions 215
5.8.4 Garmin UAT-Based ADS-B Solutions – 216
5.9 Google 216
5.9.1 Google Robotic Division 220
5.9.2 Google Self-Driving Car 220
5.9.3 Google Cars Address Vast Majority Of Vehicle Accidents Due To Human Error 222
5.9.4 Google Business 223
5.9.5 Google Corporate Highlights 224
5.9.6 Google Search 225
5.10 IMSAR LLC 226
5.10.1 IMSAR Announces Sale of Detect and Avoid Radar Technology to Fortem Technologies - Product Available from Fortem in July 2016 228
5.11 Intel 229
5.11.1 Intel Company Strategy 232
5.11.2 Intel Realsense Cameras And Ascending Technologies’ Asctec Trinity 234
5.11.3 Intel Capital 235
5.12 I-Lap Timing Systems 236
5.13 Knorr-Bremse Group / Bendix 237
5.13.1 Bendix 237
5.14 L-3 Communication 238
5.14.1 L3 Communications 238
5.14.2 L-3 Aerospace Systems 240
5.14.3 L-3 Electronic Systems 240
5.14.4 L-3 Communication Systems 240
5.14.5 L-3 National Security Solutions 240
5.14.6 L-3 Revenue by Segment 241
5.14.7 L-3 Communication / Lynx 242
5.15 MarcusUAV 244
5.16 Micro-Avionix 244
5.16.1 Access to the Dronecode Application Ecosystem Open Source Platform 245
5.17 MMist 246
5.17.1 MMIST Sherpatm Guided Parachute System 246
5.17.2 MMIST SnowGoosetm CQ-10A Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) 247
5.18 Northrop Grumman 247
5.18.1 Northrop Grumman Revenue 248
5.18.2 Northrop Grumman Remotec 253
5.18.3 Northrop Grumman Leading Global Security Company 254
5.18.4 Northrop Grumman Supplies Marine Navigation Equipment 256
5.18.5 Northrop Grumman Recognized by UK Ministry of Defense for Role in Supporting Sentry AWACS Aircraft During Military Operations in Libya 257
5.18.6 Northrop Grumman Corporation Subsidiary Remotec Inc. upgrade the
U.S. Air Force fleet of Andros HD-1 257
5.18.7 Northrop Grumman NAV CANADA Supplier 258
5.19 Rockwell Collins 259
5.20 Sagetech Corporation 261
5.21 Textron 263
5.22 Trig Avionics 266
5.22.1 Trig Design And Engineering 267

Figure 2-1 27 Parrot S.A. Bebop Commercial Drone 27
Figure 2-2 28 Parrot S.A. Bebop Commercial Drone Controller 28
Table ES-3 31 Self-Regulation of Drones Using Transponders Benefits 31
Table ES-4 33 Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 33
Table ES-5 34 Likely Leading Participants in Drone Transponders 34
Table 2- 36 Drone Transponder Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 36
Table 1-1 38 Beyond Visual Line Of Sight BVLOS Component Systems 38
Figure 1- 41 Drone Needs Transponder for Identification 41
Table 1- 43 Drone Transponder Self-Regulation Benefits 43
Figure 2- 45 Drone Package Delivery: Amazon Prime Air 45
Figure 2- 46 Drone Package Delivery 46
Figure 1- 47 Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast ADS-B Transponder 47
Figure 2-84 56 DJI Share of FAA Drone Operations Exceptions 56
Table 1-1 61 Ability Of Commercial Drones To Perform Delivery Function 61
Figure 2-1 65 Parrot S.A. Bebop Commercial Drone 65
Figure 2-2 66 Parrot S.A. Bebop Commercial Drone Controller 66
Table 2-3 68 Self-Regulation of Drones Using Transponders Benefits 68
Table 2-4 70 Drone Transponder Market Driving Forces 70
Table 2-5 71 Likely Leading Participants in Drone Transponders 71
Figure 2-6 73 Sagetech ADS-B In/Out Transponder 73
Table 2-7 79 Drone Transponder Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 79 2016-2022 79
Table 2-8 80 Drone Transponder Aerial Systems Market Forecasts and Market Penetration, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 80
Figure 2-9 81 Drone Aerial Systems Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 81
Table 2-10 82 Drone Aerial Systems Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 82 2016-2022 82
Table 2-11 82 Drone Aerial Systems Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2016-2022 82
Table 2-12 83 Drone Market Segment Applications 83
Table 2-13 85 Drone Aerial Systems by Sector, Military, Agriculture, Oil and Gas, Border Patrol, Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, Disaster Response, Package Delivery, Photography, Videography, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 85
Table 2-14 93 Drone Issues Beyond Line Of Sight 93
Figure 2-15 95 Drone Robot Aerial Systems Vehicle (UAS) Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2015 95
Figure 3-1 101 Sagetech-XP-Family-Transponder Size 101
Table 3-2 102 Sagetech Transponder Features 102
Figure 3-3 103 Sagetech-XP-Family-Transponder 103
Figure 3-4 103 Sagetech Target Markets 103
Figure 3-5 104 Sagetech-XP-Family-Transponder Specifications 104
Table 3-6 109 Microadsb Wireless Receiver Features 109
Figure 3-7 116 Trig TT31 Mode S ADS-B Capable Transponder 116
Table 3-8 117 Trig TT31 Features: 117
Figure 3-9 119 Trig Transponders 119
Figure 3-10 120 Lynx Mode S transponder 120
Figure 3-11 121 Lynx NGT-9000 Transponder Quick Features 121Figure 3-12 122 Transponder Controls Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) airspace 122
Figure 3-13 123 Stratus™ 2S ADS-B Receiver for iPad 123
Figure 3-14 124 Stratus Esg Transponder 124
Table 3-15 125 Stratus ESG Transponder Features 125
Figure 3-16 126 Rockwell Collins Transponders 126
Table 3-17 127 Rockwell Collins’ TDR-94D Transponder Key Features 127
Table 3-18 128 Rockwell Collins’ TDR-94D Transponder Key Benefits 128
Figure 3-19 129 Rockwell Collins TDR-94-94D Mode S Transponder 129
Figure 3-20 130 Bendix / King Kt 74 Ads-B Mode S Transponder 130
Table 3-21 131 Bendix / King Kt 74 ADS-B Mode S Transponder Benefits 131
Table 3-22 132 Bendix / King Kt 74 ADS-B Mode S Transponder Functions 132
Table 3-23 133 Garmin GTX 345 Transponder 133
Figure 3-24 137 I-Laps Drone Transponder 137
Figure 3-25 144 Micro-Avionix ADS-B suitable for UAVs of All Sizes 144
Table 3-26 146 Textron Systems Global Observer System Homeland Security Functions 146
Table 3-27 148 Textron Systems Global Observer Features 148
Figure 3-28 149 Nano Air Advanced Development Aircraft: 149
Figure 3-29 150 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 UAS 150
Table 3-30 152 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 Features 152
Table 3-31 152 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 Multi-mission, Multi-role ISR System Components:152
Table 3-32 153 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 Multi-Mission, Multi-Role ISR System Features 153
Table 3-33 154 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 UAS Multi-mission, Multi-role ISR System TCU System Features 154
Table 3-34 155 Denel Dynamics Seeker 400 UAS Multi-mission, Multi-role ISR System TCU System Features 155
Figure 3-35 156 Denel Dynamics Hungwe UAS 156
Table 4-1 164 Lloyd’s Register Drone Technology Guidance Notes 164
Figure 4-2 169 UgCS Identification of Aircraft 169
Table 4-3 170 UgCS Supported Drones 170
Figure 4-4 171 DJI Drones Supported by UgCS 171
Figure 4-5 172 3DRobotics Drones Supported by UgCS 172
Figure 4-6 173 Lockheed Martin Drones Supported by UgCS 173
Figure 4-7 174 Mikrokopter Drones Supported by UgCS 174
Figure 4-8 175 Micropilot Drones Supported by UgCS 175
Figure 4-9 176 Microdrones Drones Supported by UgCS 176
Figure 4-10 177 Parrot Drones Supported by UgCS 177
Table 4-11 178 Drone Transponder Technology 178 4.4 Drone Regulation 178
Table 4-12 182 Drone Use Regulation Issues 182
Figure 4-13 183 Drone Test Sites Selected by the FAA 183
Table 4-14 184 Drone operator Responsibilities With a Section 333 exemption 184
Figure 4-15 185 FAA Drone Exemptions by Use Case 185
Figure 4-16 187 DJI Share of FAA Drone Operations Exceptions 187
Table 4-17 190 Military Drone Technology Key Requirements 190
Figure 4-18 191 US Military DISA Drone Architecture 191
Figure 4-19 192 Drone Operational Architecture 192
Table 5-1 198 Airogistic drone Endpoint Technology Applications 198
Figure 5-2 202 DJI Drone 202
Figure 5-3 205 DJI Phantom 205
Figure 5-4 210 Fortem Omnipresence 3D Airport Security Management Software 210
Table 5-5 211 Fortem Omnipresence 3D Airport Security Management Software 211
Table 5-6 214 Garmin Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Used: 214
Table 5-7 221 Google Autonomous Vehicles Technology 221
Figure 5-8 236 I-Laprc Drone Race Timing System Transponder 236
Table 5-9 239 L-3: Positioning 239
Table 5-10 248 Northrop Grumman Partner Of Choice 248
Figure 5-11 254 Northrop Grumman Systems Segments 254
Figure 5-12 255 Northrop Grumman Portfolio 255
Table 5-13 261 Rockwell Collins Core Competencies: 261
Table 5-14 264 Textron First Quarter 2015 Segment Results 264
Table 5-15 265 Textron Brands 265
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