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醫療用照明的歐洲市場

The European Market for Healthcare Lighting

出版日期: | 出版商: CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies | 英文 114 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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簡介

本報告提供歐洲的醫療用照明市場相關調查分析,各市場區隔的市場分析,辦公桌分析,現場分析,主要促進因素,競爭系統等相關的系統性資訊。

亮點:

歐洲:每人的醫療費
EUR PPP (購買力平價)

目錄

第1章 簡介

第2章 基本資料和活動趨勢

  • 基本資料
  • 活動趨勢

第3章 醫療用照明的市場:推動市場要素

  • 人口動態的變化
  • 醫療費
  • 醫院
  • 看護、家庭看護設施
  • 牙科診療

第4章 市場價格:特定各用途

  • 照明的基本參數和品質特性
  • 照明的必要條件
  • 手術室,手術
  • 體檢室,加護病房
  • 床 (標準)
  • 床 (長期,老年人看護)
  • 共用區域
  • 研究室、藥局
  • 緊急用照明
  • 室外照明
  • 照明控制
  • 設計的暗示
  • 醫療:標準價格和現有的照明的庫存

第5章 競爭

  • 醫療用照明部門的企業
  • 北歐各國
  • 英國,愛爾蘭
  • 法國
  • 比利時,荷蘭
  • 德國,奧地利,瑞士
  • 義大利
  • 希臘,葡萄牙,西班牙
  • 東歐

第6章 公共、民間的需求 (流通) 、展示會,認證

  • 流通
  • 部門的展示會和線上目錄

附錄:刊載企業

目錄
Product Code: EU31

The Report takes into consideration lighting mainly for two healthcare macro segments and its main products: Hospitals (public and private) and Dental studies (usually private).

Specific segments analyzed include:

  • Operating rooms, surgery
  • Intensive care and examination rooms (including dental surgery lighting)
  • Normal stay bedrooms
  • Long-term care bedrooms. (Long-term care beds are hospital beds accommodating patients requiring long-term care due to chronic impairments and a reduced degree of independence in activities of daily living. They include beds in longterm care departments of general hospitals, beds for long-term care in specialty hospitals, and beds for palliative care).
  • Common areas: Entrances and receptions, corridors, stairwells, lift lobbies
  • Laboratories and pharmacies
  • Emergency lighting (to provide light in the event of a main or local power supply failure)
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Lighting Controls (intelligent network-based lighting control solutions that incorporate communication between various system inputs and outputs related to lighting control with the use of one or more central computing devices. Lighting control systems serve to provide the right amount of light where and when it is needed).

The information provided in this report is based on desk analysis and field analysis. The desk analysis includes: statistical data collection from official sources (eg. Eurostat databases) and other sources (eg. associations, trade press); the review of other existing documentation (eg. press releases, web sources, studies relating to the lighting industry); the analysis of companies databases (eg. balance sheets).

The field analysis was carried on through 20 interviews with manufacturers and experts operating in the healthcare lighting industry.

Among the main drivers of the healthcare lighting market there are:

  • Demographic changes (an Ageing population) together with growing demand for good health
  • Healthcare facilities (from small clinics and doctor's offices to urgent care centers and large hospitals)
  • Dentists, dental practices.

An analysis of the competitive system by country or groups of countries is also provided for the main players of the sector, with sales data, market share and short company profiles (50 among the major players analised in the Report hold over 90% of the Healthcare lighting market in Europe).

Highlights:

Europe. Health expenditure per capita.
EUR PPP (Purchasing Power Parity)

In the coming years, many resources will be dedicated to the requalification of lighting systems in all places of public and private health services: from hospitals to clinics, from patient rooms to analysis laboratories.

Even if the number of hospital beds in Europe has been reduced in recent years, expenses for Healthcare show overall an increasing path, and a mid-term forecast of yearly 6% is given.

The European market of healthcare lighting is made by around 100 manufacturers, including approximately two clusters: 40 manufacturers of overall lighting fixtures, 70 specialists in healthcare/hospital equipment for which lighting is usually just a small share of their turnover.

Major 50 lighting players hold over 90% of the Healthcare lighting market in Europe. Main market is Germany (almost 30%), followed by France and the United Kingdom (together around 25%), Italy (8%), Spain and Switzerland (5% each).

Today (2020-2021) LED weights around 75% on the new installation in Healthcare premises and around 40% in terms of installed stock of luminaires (around 50% in Germany, 30% in East Europe.

Selected Companies:

3F Filippi, Acem, Admeco, Alvo, Apollo Lighting, ASD Lighting, Astra Lighting, Benq Medical Technology, Berchtold, Biolume (Biodis), Brandon Medical, Buck, CSN Industrie, Cymo, DegreK, Derungs, Disano, Dr Mach, D-Tec, Dräger, Ema-Led, Euronda, Exled, Fagerhult, Famed Zywiec, Faromed Medizin-Technik, Glamox, Guido Ammirata, IBV Hungária Lighting, Ilo Electronic, Kavo, Kenex Electro-Medical, KLS Martin, Lena Lighting, Lucibel, LUG Light, Luxiona, Maquet, Mareli, Mavig, Merivaara, Midmark Europe, Modul Technik, NGC Medical, Normagroup (Normalux), OMS Lighting, Ordisi, Oricare, Osram Digital Lighting, Provita, Regent, Riester, Rimsa, Schmitz, Simeon Medical, Steris, Strycher, Surgiris, Signify, Thorpe FW, Trato TLV, Trilux, Trumpf Medical, Ultra Viol, Vosla, Waldmann, Zenium, Zumtobel.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1. Research tools
  • 1.2. Research field
  • 1.3. Overview: the lighting requalification in hospital environments
  • 1.4. Other CSIL reports in the lighting industry

2. BASIC DATA AND ACTIVITY TREND

  • 2.1. Basic data
    • Table 2.1: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market breakdown by country, 2020.Eur Million and % share
    • Figure 2.1: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market breakdown by groups of countries, 2020.Eur Million
    • Figure 2.2: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market breakdown by groups of countries, 2020.% share on total
  • 2.2. Activity trend
    • Figure 2.3: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market activity trend 2009-2014-2020 and forecast 2025.Eur Million and average annual growth (%)

3. THE MARKET FOR HEALTHCARE LIGHTING: MARKET DRIVERS

  • 3.1. Demographic changes
    • Figure 3.1: Europe.Population, 2000-2020 and Projections 2025-2100.Million
    • Figure 3.2: Europe.% share of population aged 65 years and more by country, 2000 - 2100
  • 3.2. Healthcare expenditure
    • Figure 3.3: Europe.Health expenditure per capita, 2019.EUR PPP (Purchasing Power Parity)
    • Figure 3.4: Annual average % growth rate in per capita health expenditure, real terms
    • Figure 3.5: Total health expenditure as % of GDP by country, 2019
  • 3.3. Hospitals
    • Table 3.1: Europe.Number of hospitals by country
    • Figure 3.6: Europe.Number of hospitals per 100,000 inhabitants by country
    • Table 3.2: Europe.Number of hospitals beds by country
    • Figure 3.7: Europe.Number of hospital beds per 100,000 inhabitants by country
    • Table 3.3: Europe.Number of hospitals beds by function of healthcare and by country, 2020
    • Figure 3.8: Europe.Hospital beds by function of healthcare and country
    • Figure 3.9: Europe.Average lenghth of stay by country
  • 3.4. Nursing and residential care facilities
    • Table 3.4: Europe.Nursing and elderly home beds
  • 3.5. Dental practices
    • Figure 3.10: Europe.Practising dentists
    • Figure 3.11: Europe.Practising dentists per 100,000 inhabitants

4. MARKET VALUE BY SPECIFIC APPLICATION

  • Table 4.1: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market breakdown by Destination.Eur million and % share
  • Table 4.2: Product range in a wide sample of manufacturers of healthcare lighting
  • 4.1. Basic parameters and quality characteristics of lighting
  • 4.2. Requirements for lighting
  • 4.3. Operating rooms, surgey
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Kind of lighting fixtures
      • Table 4.3: Lighting reference parameters for operating rooms according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Figure 4.1: Recessed luminaires for lighting localized on the walls and adjustable scialytic luminaires for the operating table
      • Figure 4.2: Adjustable luminaire device for localized lighting in the operating room
      • Figure 4.3: Adjustable luminaire device for laparoscopic surgery
  • 4.4. Examination rooms, intensive care units
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Kind of lighting fixtures
      • Table 4.4: Reference lighting parameters for various therapeutic treatments according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Table 4.5: Reference lighting parameters for ophthalmology and ENT examinations according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Figure 4.4: Adjustable luminaire device for therapeutic treatments
      • Figure 4.5: Adjustable luminaire device for therapeutic treatments
    • Dental surgery lighting requirements
      • Table 4.6: Reference lighting parameters for dental surgeries according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Figure 4.6: Dr.Martin Ladentrog dental clinic in Graz illuminated with Zumtobel products
    • Imaging rooms, Visual lighting
  • 4.5. Beds (normal stay)
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Kind of lighting fixtures
      • Table 4.7: Reference lighting parameters for hospital rooms according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
    • The functions of the "head bed" lighting device
      • Figure 4.7: Wall system equipped with "head bed" lighting device
      • Figure 4.8: Wall system equipped with "head bed" lighting device
      • Figure 4.9: Patient room equipped with "head bed" lighting device
  • 4.6. Beds (long standing, senior care)
    • Overall
    • Circadian lighting (HCL)
    • Germicidal UV applications
  • 4.7. Common areas
    • 4.7.1. Entrances and receptions
      • Project objectives
      • Lighting parameters
      • Kind of lighting fixtures
        • Table 4.8: Reference lighting parameters for staff offices and Reception desk according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
        • Figure 4.10: Reception area illuminated with linear luminaires flush with the ceiling and small recessed spots for the reception desk area
        • Figure 4.11: Entrance hall of a large hospital complex with reception area
    • 4.7.2. Corridors and circulation areas, stairwells, lift lobbies
      • Project objectives
      • Lighting parameters
      • Kind of lighting fixtures
        • Table 4.9: Reference lighting parameters for corridors and waiting rooms, lifts and stairs according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
        • Figure 4.12: Connection path between hospital departments illuminated by a continuous line of recessed light made with LED modules
        • Figure 4.13: Corridor of hospital ward illuminated with large diffusers flush with the ceiling
        • Figure 4.14: Corridor of hospital ward illuminated with ceiling-flush diffusers
        • Figure 4.15: Corridor of hospital ward illuminated with luminaires embedded in the false ceiling next to the wall
        • Figure 4.16: Waiting area illuminated with recessed luminaires integrated into the ceiling
        • Figure 4.17: Diffuser devices recessed in the false ceiling for the lighting of a waiting room
  • 4.8. Laboratories and pharmacies
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Kind of lighting fixtures
      • Table 4.10: Reference lighting parameters for analysis rooms according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Table 4.11: Reference lighting parameters for laboratories and pharmacies according to the UNI EN 12464-1 standard
      • Figure 4.18: Diffuser devices embedded in false ceilings for an analysis laboratory
      • Figure 4.19: Diffuser devices embedded in false ceilings for a pharmacy
  • 4.9. Emergency lighting
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Selection and placement of luminaires
    • Glare control
      • Table 4.12: Limit values of the luminous intensities emitted by the luminaires of the escape routes and panic exit routes
      • Table 4.13: Emergency lighting laws and regulations for different types of environments
      • Figure 4.20: Emergency lighting laws and regulations for different types of environments
      • Figure 4.21: Minimum illuminance values for escape routes
      • Figure 4.22: Signaling and lighting device for threshold places along escape routes
      • Figure 4.23: Angles within which it is necessary to control the maximum value of the light intensities
  • 4.10. Outdoor lighting
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting parameters
    • Kind of lighting fixtures
      • Figure 4.24: External lighting of the emergency room area in the hospital of Sibaritide (Cosenza)
      • Figure 4.25: External lighting of the Syracuse and Carini hospital
  • 4.11. Lighting controls
    • Project objectives
    • Lighting device solutions
  • 4.12. Design Tips
  • 4.13. Healthcare: reference prices and stock of existing lighting
    • Table 4.14: Lighting for hospitals.Reference prices by price range, 2021.Eur
    • Table 4.15: Installed stock of LED luminaires for Healthcare by groups of countries, 2010-2019.Eur Million and % share

5. COMPETITION

  • 5.1. Players in the healthcare lighting sector
    • Table 5.1: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in Europe and market shares of 50 among the major players and weight on the overall lighting fixtures turnover, 2020
  • 5.1.1. Nordic Countries
    • Table 5.2: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in the Nordic Countries and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.2. United Kingdom and Ireland
    • Table 5.3: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in the United Kingdom and Ireland and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.3. France
    • Table 5.4: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in France and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.4. Belgium and Netherlands
    • Table 5.5: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in Belgium and Netherlands and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.5. Germany, Austria and Switzerland
    • Table 5.6: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.6. Italy
    • Table 5.7: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in Italy and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.7. Greece, Portugal and Spain
    • Table 5.8: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in Greece, Portugal and Spain and market shares for the major players, 2020
  • 5.1.8. East Europe
    • Table 5.9: Healthcare lighting fixtures sales in East Europe and market shares for the major players, 2020

6. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEMAND (DISTRIBUTION), FAIRS, CERTIFICATIONS

  • 6.1. Distribution
    • Table 6.1: Healthcare lighting in Europe.Estimated market breakdown by kind of Demand.Eur million and % share
    • Table 6.2: A selection of Distributors of specialty lamps
  • 6.2. Sector fairs and online directories
    • Online directories

7. ANNEX: SOME AMONG THE MENTIONED COMPANIES