Global $17.47Bn Operating Rooms (OR) Integration Systems Market 2019-2025 – CCD Image Sensors are Continuously Being Replaced with CMOS Sensors –

Operating Rooms (OR) Integration Systems Market: Focus on Operating
Rooms (OR) Infrastructural Technologies and Integration Systems –
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According to the market intelligence report, the global OR integration
systems market was $10.05 billion in 2017, and is estimated to grow over
$17.47 billion by 2025. The global OR integration systems market is
expected to grow at a double-digit compound annual growth rate between
the years 2019 and 2025, primarily driven by the increasing demand for
minimally invasive surgeries.

The MIS procedure number is further bolstering the OR visualization
systems market, which is the largest sub-segment of the global OR
integration systems market, due to increasing surgeon’s demand for
better visualization of anatomical structures for enhanced precision.

Operating rooms (OR) are increasingly becoming congested and complex
with the inclusion of a multitude of new OR devices and visualisation
systems. The purpose of inclusion of these products is to facilitate
operational efficiency, surgical outcomes, quicker recovery and hence
lower healthcare costs for both patient as well as the provider.

Today, an operating room comprises not only surgical booms but also
surgical tables, surgical lights, room lighting, surgical displays,
communication systems monitors, camera systems, image capture devices
and medical printers. The complex association of these devices in an OR
demands simplification as well as streamlining of the OR which is done
by the consolidation of data access to video, and control of all the
devices existing in a modern OR.

The operating integration systems are basically any device or equipment
that facilitates better surgical experience by providing either
consolidation of image/video data, through enabling illumination of
surgical sites, the capture of video/image data and visualisation of
anatomical structures.

Over the past few years, a lot of effort has been placed toward creating
integrated digital operating rooms in order to reduce surgical times,
improve surgical outcomes, reduce the probability of infections, and
improve patient quality of life, all while keeping the expenditure
optimum for the procedures. With increasing research in sensors,
precision surgical instruments, advanced camera, surgical displays and
robotic platforms, the future operating rooms are anticipated to be more
digital, connected and efficient in managing the growing surgical
procedure volume.

North America held the largest market share in 2017 and accounted for
over 40% of the revenue share owing to huge investments made by public
and private hospitals for the adoption of innovative solutions within
operating rooms. However, Asia-Pacific is projected to be the
fastest-growing market and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of over 8.4%
from 2018 to 2025. Furthermore, owing to several benefits offered by OR
integration, Latin America and the Middle East and Africa are also
expected to make significant investments in the market.

Research Highlights

  • For enhanced visualisation, concepts such as 360-degree video are
    increasingly becoming a reality. With the launch of Kodak’s Pixpro
    Orbit360 4K, it is evident that manufacturers are extensively
    exploring the space of 360-degree videos with 4K resolution.
  • Despite the fact that the technology is still in its infancy, Japanese
    companies such as Kairos have already started using 8K cameras for
    laparoscopic surgeries using a 70″ Super Hi-vision 8K monitor. The
    current cost of the endoscope is $500,000 and the company hopes to
    sell 300 units per year.
  • Although, bandwidth remains a major concern, the demand for video
    distribution and switching solutions continues to rise. When compared
    with 1080p (which consumes only 3Gb uncompressed even at 60 frames per
    second), a 4K video (2160p60), uses 12 Gbs of bandwidth when
  • Power consumption of surgical monitors is the major selection criteria
    for hospitals and they demand displays that offer power consumption
  • Hospitals are extensively pursuing the selection of large surgical
    displays surpassing the traditional >24 HD displays for enhanced
    detail and superior view.
  • CCD image sensors are continuously being replaced with CMOS sensors
    considering the high resolution (1,9801,080) capabilities as well as
    cost effectiveness of CMOS sensors.

Key Topics Covered

1 Market Overview

1.1 OR visualization

1.2 OR Lighting

1.3 Imaging

1.4 OR Integration Software

1.5 Other OR Products

1.6 Regional Overview

1.6.1 North America

1.6.2 Europe

1.6.3 Asia-Pacific

1.6.4 Latin America

1.6.5 Rest-of-the-World

1.7 Technology Trends

1.7.1 Technological trends

1.8 Legal Requirements and Regulations

1.8.1 Class I: Regulation of OR Integration software

1.9 Key Developments

1.9.1 Dynamics of Recent Key Developments Product Launches Partnerships and Collaborations Mergers and Acquisitions

2 Market Dynamics

2.1 Growth Promoting Factors

2.1.1 Increasing demand to streamline surgical workflows

2.1.2 Rising Geriatric population escalating surgical needs

2.1.3 Rising Preference for Minimally Invasive Surgeries

2.1.4 Shift of TAVI procedures to Integrated Environments

2.1.5 Solutions with image superimposition capabilities

2.1.6 Investment in Speech Control Solutions

2.2 Adversely affecting factors

2.2.1 Retrofitting existing ORs to Hybrid OR

2.2.2 Patient Outcome Based Reimbursement Model

2.2.3 Overwhelming number of technologies involved

2.2.4 Huge Capital Investment

3 Competitive Landscape

3.1 Market Share Analysis by Company

3.2 Growth Share Matrix

3.2.1 Growth Share Matrix, by Technology

3.2.2 Growth Share Matrix, by Region

3.3 Comprehensive Competitive Index

3.3.1 CCI Index, by Technology

3.3.2 CCI Index, by Region

4 Global OR Integration Systems by Type (Hybrid ORs, Integrated
and Digital ORs)

4.1 Hybrid Operating Room

4.1.1 Introduction

4.1.2 Analysis

4.1.3 Technology Trends

4.1.4 Adoption Trends Rise in endovascular hybrid operating rooms in community
hospitals Increase in TAVR procedures in hybrid rooms Majority of Demand Coming from the U.S. Evolving use of EP in the hybrid Financial Considerations and Cost Analysis

4.1.5 Challenges associated with the implementation of a hybrid OR Space Planning

4.2 Integrated Operating Rooms

4.2.1 Analysis

4.2.2 Challenges associated with the implementation of an Integrated OR Financial Considerations and Reimbursement

4.3 Digital Operating Rooms (DOR)

4.3.1 Types of Digital Operating Room

4.3.2 Analysis

4.3.3 Adoption Trends

5 Regional Trends in Hybrid, Digital and Integrated Operating

5.1 U.S.

5.2 Canada

5.3 Germany

5.4 Spain

5.5 U.K.

5.6 France

5.7 Italy

5.8 India

5.9 China

5.10 Japan

5.11 South Korea

5.12 Australia

5.13 New Zealand

5.14 Brazil

5.15 Mexico

5.16 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

5.17 United Arab Emirates

5.18 Russia

6 Global OR Integration Systems Market, By Component/Technology

6.1 OR Integration Systems Market

6.1.1 OR Visualization Systems Market

6.1.2 OR Display Systems Market Surgical Displays Hybrid Displays

6.1.3 Global OR Camera Systems Market Surgical Camera Systems Camera Heads Other Modality Cameras Microscopy cameras Intraoral Camera Opthalmic Cameras OR Video Systems Video-Over-IP Technology Recording Systems Light Sources

7 Operating Room Lighting System

7.1 Surgical Lighting Systems

7.1.1 Operating Room Imaging Systems Market

7.2 Interoperative MRI Scanner

7.3 Intraoperative CT scanner

7.4 Intraoperative Ultrasound

7.5 Intravascular ultrasound, fractional flow reserves, and
instantaneous wave-free ratio image-guided interventional systems:

7.6 Mobile C-Arms

7.7 Fluorescence Guided Surgical Imaging

7.7.1 OR Integration Software

7.7.2 Others OR Integration Systems Market Insufflators Medical Printing Devices OR Communication Systems Market OR Control

8 Global OR Integration Systems Market, by Region

8.1 Regional Overview of OR Integration Systems

8.1.1 Global Visualization Systems Market, by Region

8.1.2 Regional Overview of OR Integration Software

8.1.3 Regional Overview of Surgical Lighting Systems

8.1.4 Regional Overview of OR Surgical Imaging Systems

8.1.5 Regional Overview of Other OR Integration Products

9 Company Profiles

9.1 Smith & Nephew plc

9.1.1 Overview

9.1.2 Overall Product Portfolio

9.1.3 Financials Financial Summary

9.1.4 SWOT Analysis

9.2 Stryker Corporation

9.3 Arthrex Inc.

9.4 CONMED Corporation


9.6 Olympus Corporation

9.7 Richard Wolf GmbH

9.8 Getinge AB

9.9 Doricon

9.10 Eschmann Holdings Limited

9.11 Skytron, LLC

9.12 Trumpf Medical

9.13 Eizo Corporation

9.14 Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corporation

9.15 Dragerwerk AG & Co. KGaA

9.16 Mizuho Osi

9.17 IntegriTech, LLC

9.18 Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Corporation Limited

9.19 Brainlab AG

9.20 HAAG-STREIT Holding AG

9.21 Carl Zeiss Meditec Group

9.22 Alcon Laboratories Inc.

9.23 Leica Microsystems GmbH

9.24 Diversified

9.25 Optimus Services AG

9.26 General Electric Company

9.27 Siemens AG

9.28 Canon Inc. (Formerly Toshiba Medical Systems)

9.29 Koninklijke Philips N.V.

9.30 NDS surgical Imaging

9.31 Barco N.V.

10 Global OR Integration Systems Research Scope and Methodology

10.1 Scope of the Report

10.2 Research Methodology

10.3 Data and Prediction Modelling

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