I have a sentence like
But also more fancy products such as artificial skins are envisaged.
Which is the right word to put in the place of envisaged? As far as I know there are no products yet on the market but such products are planed, and there is research going on to realize such products. However there are other products (using the same technique) which are less advanced and will likely be commercialized earlier.
Now is envisage the right word or does it imply something too utopian? Are words as consider better? I guess in French (which is not my mother-tongue) I would have used the word envisager, but I feel the English counterpart has not exactly the same meaning.