(Telecom-NewsWire.Net, August 09, 2018 ) The global Motion Simulation Market is segmented on the basis of applications into research & development, automotive, sport & recreation, military & defense, textile and infotainment. In addition, the global motion simulation market is segmented on the basis of type into actuators and hydraulics. Actuator-based motion simulation segment is anticipated to gain market share over the hydraulic-based motion simulation segment owing to a low cost infrastructure, higher energy efficiency, and higher uptime. The global motion simulation market is further expected to be driven by the demand of high quality motion simulators during training programs within the defense application segment.
Furthermore, global motion simulation market is segmented based on degree of freedom into two, three, and six degree of freedom. In addition, global motion simulation market is segmented based on regions, namely: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa and South America.
Motion simulation helps in eradicating errors while performing required tasks on-field. Owing to the increasing complexity of industrial products and growing competition to innovate fresh designs quicker, engineers sense pressure to advance the spectrum of simulation beyond mathematics field. Motion simulation is also acknowledged as rigid body dynamics and offers a simulation approach to remove errors and solve issues. Further, motion simulation involves simulation and training for a person to specialize in a task. Training based on motion simulation approach is economical and aids to increase efficiency and attain higher accuracy.
The primary purpose of motion simulation is to offer the trainee actual life experience in a virtual setting. Motion simulated training was first adopted in the defense and automotive industries; however with the progress in technology, it is presently being executed for several applications within mining, healthcare and entertainment industries. Some of the key benefits of motion simulation technology includes enhanced quality of products, efficient training, increased risk-taking ability, economical cost of training, and better safety.Human motion simulation or digital human modeling (DHM) is a specialized software used for scaling the humans in a digital form. It is a digital representation of human body in a virtual setting to help analyze human comfort, performance, and safety. The key factors driving the global motion simulation market include stern regulations in the aviation sector for simulated training, increasing emphasis on patient care, and digitization of the human body.
Furthermore, using motion simulators to reduce the number of trials to perform a task, thereby saving costs is expected to drive the global simulation market. Contrariwise, the global motion simulation market is restricted due to a significant initial investments required for the research and development within commercial applications. In addition, limited investments on motion simulation technology, especially within the healthcare vertical, is further hindering the global motion simulation market.
Human motion simulation is agreed to have developed substantially for commercial utilization, and hence its market is anticipated to bolster during the forecast period. Additionally, the growing demand for economical training systems is believed to propel the Asia Pacific (APAC) motion simulation market. The APAC region represents a great prospect for motion simulation solutions as vendors in this region are realizing the benefits of training in the simulation environment in applications including automotive and defense.
The key players within the global motion simulation market include Siemens AG, CAE Inc., Dassault Systems SA, Bosch Rexroth AG, Laerdal Medical AS, HUMAN SOLUTIONS GmbH, Moog Inc., Exponent Inc., Thoroughbred Technologies (Pty) Ltd., and Santos Human Inc. among others.
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