NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Analysis of Current and Emerging Materials Used for Flexible Electronic Substrates
Flexible electronics are highly popular owing to their high usage convenience, novel display attributes, high reliability, and lightweight. These devices find high potential for adoption in a range of high-end application sectors, which includes consumer electronics, automotive, healthcare, energy, defense, and textiles. However, flexible electronics need to address several key challenges in their performance before they can satisfy high mass volume demand. Flexible substrate materials used for the development of flex circuits have been identified as key enabling components that determine the performance of flexible electronics. Flexible substrate materials that provide high device efficiency, optimal production costs, superior display attributes, and long lifetime need to be developed and further enhanced to pave the path for next-generation flexible electronics. This research study provides an analysis of the existing and emerging substrate materials that influence the flexible electronics industry. This includes glass, metal, polymers, paper, stretchable, and hybrid substrates to name the key ones. The research service also provides insights into each substrate materials and highlights the key stakeholder initiatives, while assessing the substrate material impact on the flexible electronics industry. The technology development scenario in the form of a technology roadmap maps the future direction expected from each flexible substrate material.
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