Motion simulation is referred to as a mechanism that makes a real motion environment. There are two types of motion simulators based on who is controlling the motion simulator. If occupant controls a motion simulator then the system is called as occupant-controlled motion simulators. It has been observed that motion simulator is mostly used in aviation sectors due to government regulations. An increasing number of the simulation-based training program in the aviation sector and increasing demand from the automotive sector for simulation and modeling technologies are the major key drivers for the market. Additionally, the rising trend of simulation training in anesthesiology for improving patient safety has been supplementing the overall growth of the market. However, high initial investment, as well as high cost for implementation of motion simulation systems, is hampering the growth of the market. Moreover, the emergence of a new application in the healthcare sector can add more value to the market in the coming years.
- Increasing Number of Simulation-Based Training Program in Aviation Sector
- Increasing Demand from Automotive Sector for simulation and modeling technologies
- Rising Trend of simulation training in anesthesiology for improving patient safety
- High Level of Research and Development is Needed for Commercial Application and Limited Funding
The key Players profiled in the report are CAE Inc. (Canada), Moog Inc. (United States), Siemens AG (Germany), Dassault Systems SA (France), Laerdal Medical AS (Norway), Human Solutions GmbH (Germany), Bosch Rexroth AG (Germany), Exponent Inc. (United States) and SantosHuman Inc. (United States). Additionally, other players that are part of this comprehensive study are Thoroughbred Technologies (Pty) Ltd. (South Africa).