The novel vaccine delivery devices market is estimated to be worth USD 1.5 billion in 2030, predicts
Owning to a variety of relevant reasons, which include trypanophobia and dependence on the cold chain, there is an evident demand for innovative and user-friendly vaccine delivery systems that are also safe and efficient
Roots Analysis is pleased to announce the publication of its recent study, titled, “Novel Vaccine Delivery Devices Market, 2019-2030”.
The report features an extensive study of the current landscape and the likely future opportunities associated with novel vaccine delivery devices, over the next 10-12 years. Amongst other elements, the report includes:
A detailed assessment of the overall novel vaccine delivery devices market landscape, featuring an elaborate list of device developers engaged in the development of novel vaccine delivery devices.
A detailed competitiveness analysis of novel vaccine delivery devices, taking into consideration the supplier power and key product specifications.
An analysis evaluating the effectiveness of various vaccines delivery devices in order to compare their respective strengths and capabilities based on a variety of parameters.
A detailed list of marketed and pipeline vaccine candidates that are anticipated to be developed in combination with novel vaccine delivery devices in the near future.
Elaborate profiles of prominent product developers engaged in the novel vaccine delivery devices domain (shortlisted on the basis of the number of pipeline products).
An analysis of the partnerships that have been established in this domain, in the recent past.
A discussion on important, industry-specific trends, key market drivers and challenges, under a comprehensive SWOT framework.
A detailed market forecast, featuring analysis of the current and projected future opportunity across key market segments (listed below)
Global Novel Vaccine Delivery Devices (By Value)
Type of Device
Electroporation-based Needle Free Injection Systems
Oral Delivery Systems
Nasal Delivery Systems