Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) 2014-2024: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies

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Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) 2014-2024: Forecasts, Markets, Technologies
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The transparent conducive film and glass markets are complex and fragmented along many application lines. The market is booming with growth being fuelled mostly by tablets and penetration of touch capability in more mobile phones, notebooks and monitors. OLED lighting, OPV and DSSCs are also potentially large area markets, although growth here will initially be slow due to strong competition, prevailing unfavourable market conditions, and low technology market-readiness levels.

New market drivers

The market is fast being transformed. New applications and market trends are changing the requirement landscape, and in many instances stretching it beyond what the incumbent solution can readily achieve. The key drivers are market tendencies towards (a) large-sized devices, (b) low power consumption, (c) minimal reflection, (d) thinness, (e) robustness and/or flexibility, (f) ease of patterning, (g) simplified value chain, and (h) low cost.

A vast multitude of technologies and players worldwide are emerging and/or re-positioning to fight for a slice of this booming yet intensely competitive market space. These technologies include silver nanowires, organic transparent conductors, carbon nanotubes, graphene, fine wire, and a variety of metal mesh and novel nanoparticle-based solutions.

Complex range of options

The multiplicity of options is giving rise to market uncertainty and confusion. Indeed, the decision-making and investment process is made more complex by the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution and/or a clear winner. This is because each technology option presents several trade-offs between sheet resistance, transmittance, flexibility, haze, cost and compatibility with existing value chain; while each players is working off a different business plan and technology portfolio/capability.

Full analysis and assessment

This report provides a detailed and complete assessment of incumbent and emerging technology solutions. For each technology, IDTechEx assess production method, key cost drives, key figures-of-merit including sheet resistance, optical transmission, haze, flexibility, surface smoothness, stability, etc. IDTechEx provides a SWOT analysis for each technology. Moreover, IDTechEx identifies all suppliers globally, outlining their commercialisation progress.

IDTechEx has built a detailed, granular and accurate market forecast model. IDTechEx has used its forecast model to provide the following key market data charts...

Ten year forecasts for the following applications in unit sales or market value:
- Mobile and smart phones
- Notebooks and touch notebooks
- Montiors and touch monitors
- Tablets
- OLED lighting
- Organic phototovotaics
- Dye-sensitised solar cells
- Electroluminescent displays

Ten year market forecasts for TCF and TCG by area and value for the above applications.

Ten year market forecasts in area, market share, and value for the following technologies:
- ITO-on-Glass
- ITO-on-PET
- Silver nanowires
- Carbon nanotubes
- Graphene
- PEDOT
- Metal mesh
- Market intelligence

100+ companies are profiled including 35+ detailed profiles based on direct interviews and company visits. The rest are profiled based on conference attendance, tradeshow visits, patent searchers and/or web searches.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1. Key trends
1.2. Technology Assessment

2. MARKETS ANALYSIS
2.1. Smart Phones
2.2. Tablets
2.3. Notebooks
2.4. Monitors
2.5. Mobile, tablet, notebook, monitor and TV displays
2.6. OLED lighting
2.7. OPV and DSSCs
2.8. Electroluminescent Displays
2.9. Key market forecasts
2.10. Players

3. OVERVIEW OF TOUCH TECHNOLOGIES

4. TARGET MARKETS- PERFORMANCE TARGETS, MARKET DRIVERS, AND MARKET DYNAMICS
4.2. Smart phones and tablets
4.3. Notebooks and monitors
4.4. OLED, OPV, DSSC
4.5. Other thin film
4.6. LCD Displays
4.7. Transparent heaters
4.8. EMI shielding
4.9. Summary

5. KEY MARKET DRIVERS AND CHANGING LANDSCAPE
5.1. Large- sized devices
5.2. Current-driven devices
5.3. Flexibility
5.4. Cost
5.5. Low power consumption

6. TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS
6.1. Indium tin oxide
6.1.2. Large area
6.1.3. Index-Matching
6.1.4. Cost
6.1.5. Thinness
6.1.6. SWOT analysis
6.1.7. Current uses
6.1.8. Future uses
6.1.9. Players
6.2. Non-ITO oxides
6.3. Silver nanowires
6.3.2. SWOT analyses
6.3.3. Current uses
6.3.4. Future trends and market drivers
6.3.5. Players
6.4. Graphene
6.4.2. SWOT analyses
6.4.3. Current uses
6.4.4. Future trends and market drives
6.4.5. Players
6.5. Carbon nanotubes
6.5.2. SWOT analyses
6.5.3. Current uses
6.5.4. Future trends and market drives
6.5.5. Players
6.5.6. PDOT:PSS
6.5.7. SWOT analyses
6.5.8. Current uses
6.5.9. Future trends and market drives
6.5.10. Players
6.6. Metal Mesh
6.6.2. Direct printing
6.6.3. SWOT analyses
6.6.4. Current uses
6.6.5. Future trends
6.6.6. Players
6.6.7. Embossing/Imprinting
6.6.8. SWOT analyses
6.6.9. Current uses
6.6.10. Future trends
6.6.11. Players
6.6.12. Photolithography and etching
6.6.13. SWOT analyses
6.6.14. Current uses
6.6.15. Future trends
6.6.16. Players
6.6.17. Summary of metal mesh TCF
6.7. Micro fine wire
6.7.1. SWOT analyses
6.7.2. Current uses
6.7.3. Future Trends
6.7.4. Players
6.8. Other nanotechnology-enabled TCFs
6.8.2. Players
6.9. Benchmarking

7. MARKET SHARE, GROWTH RATES AND SIZES BY APPLICATION
7.1. Key conclusions
7.2. Smart phones (touch)
7.3. Tablets (touch)
7.4. Notebooks (touch)
7.5. Monitors (touch)
7.6. Mobile, tablet, notebook, monitor and TV displays
7.7. OLED Lighting
7.8. Organic photovoltaics
7.9. Dye Sensitised Solar Cells
7.10. Electroluminescent displays
7.11. Market growth rate and size by technology
7.12. Averages selling point projections
7.13. Graphene
7.14. Carbon nanotubes
7.15. Metal mesh
7.16. Silver nanowires
7.17. ITO on PET
7.18. ITO on Glass
7.19. PEDOT

8. COMPANY INTERVIEWS
8.1. Arkema
8.2. Blue Nano
8.3. Bluestone Global Tech
8.4. Cambrios
8.5. Canatu
8.6. Carestream
8.7. Cima Nanotech
8.8. ClearJet
8.9. Dai Nippon Printing
8.10. Displax Interactive Systems
8.11. Goss International Americas
8.12. Graphene Laboratories
8.13. Graphene Square
8.14. Heraeus
8.15. Nanogap
8.16. Nanotech and Beyond
8.17. O-Film
8.18. Peratech
8.19. PolyIC
8.20. Poly-Ink
8.21. Rolith
8.22. Seashell Technology
8.23. Showa Denko
8.24. Sinovia Technologies
8.25. SouthWest NanoTechnologies
8.26. Unidym
8.27. UniPixel
8.28. University of Exeter
8.29. Visual Planet
8.30. XinNano Materials
8.31. Zytronic

9. COMPANY PROFILES
9.1. Agfa-Gevaert
9.2. 3M
9.3. Atmel
9.4. C3Nano
9.5. Chasm Technologies
9.6. Cheil Industries
9.7. Chimei Innolux
9.8. Chisso Corp.
9.9. Conductive Inkjet Technologies (Carlco)
9.10. Dontech Inc.
9.11. Duke University
9.12. Eastman Kodak
9.13. Eikos
9.14. ELK
9.15. Evaporated Coatings Inc.
9.16. Evonik
9.17. Fujifilm Ltd
9.18. Fujitsu
9.19. Gunze Ltd
9.20. Hitachi Chemical
9.21. Holst Center
9.22. Iljin Display
9.23. Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences (ICES), Singapore
9.24. Join Well Technology Company Ltd.
9.25. J-Touch
9.26. KAIST
9.27. Komoro
9.28. KPT Shanghai Keyan Phosphor Technology Co. Ltd.
9.29. Lee Tat Industrial Development (LTI) Ltd
9.30. LG Chem
9.31. Maxfilm
9.32. Mianyang Prochema Plastics Co., Ltd.
9.33. Mirae/MNTec
9.34. Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., Mitsui Ltd., Japan
9.35. Mutto Optronics
9.36. Nagase Corporation
9.37. Nanopyxis
9.38. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
9.39. National University of Singapore (NUS)
9.40. Nicanti
9.41. Nitto Denko
9.42. Oike & CO., Ltd.
9.43. Oji Paper Group
9.44. Panipol Ltd
9.45. Perceptive Pixel
9.46. Polychem UV/EB
9.47. Power Booster
9.48. Rice University
9.49. Samsung Electronics, Korea
9.50. Sang Bo Corporation (SBK), Korea
9.51. Sekisui Nano Coat Technology Ltd
9.52. Sheldahl
9.53. Sigma-Aldrich
9.54. Sony Corporation
9.55. Sumitomo Metal Mining Co., Inc.
9.56. Suzutora
9.57. TDK
9.58. Teijin Kasei America, Inc. / Teijin Chemical
9.59. Top Nanosys
9.60. Toray Advanced Film (TAF)
9.61. Toyobo
9.62. UCLA
9.63. Unidym
9.64. University of Michigan
9.65. VisionTek Systems Ltd.
9.66. Young Fast Optoelectronics


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