Transparent Electronics Markets Discussed in New Analytical Report Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com24 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The value of the global transparent electronics industry was nearly USD 76.4 billion last year, and it is forecast to experience substantial growth in upcoming years.
There is an extremely promising future for the usage of organic material in transparent electronics. This sector was valued at USD 2.1 billion last year and is expected to gain momentum in the near-to-medium term future. The inorganic material sector was estimated at USD 74 billion, and is also poised for sustainable growth.
New market research report “Transparent Electronics Markets - 2012” elaborated by NanoMarkets delves into deep analysis of markets for transparent electronics and examines their applications with a view to determine whether they have a real chance of generating new business revenues in the near-to-medium term future. The research also provides an in-depth assessment of the devices and materials most likely to be used in transparent electronics, offers an overview of the market for transparent conductive oxides. Moreover, a revenue forecast and roadmap for transparent electronics from 2012 through 2019 can also be found in the study.
Title: Transparent Electronics Markets - 2012
Published: November, 2011
Price: US$ 2,695
E.1 A roadmap for transparent electronics: 2012-2019
E.2 Summary of applications/system level opportunities for transparent electronics
E.3 Summary of device and materials level opportunities for transparent electronics
E.4 Firms to watch in transparent electronics
E.5 Summary of eight-year forecasts for transparent electronics
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background to this report
1.2 Objective and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan of this report
CHAPTER TWO MARKETS FOR TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS
2.1 Display markets
2.1.1 Why and where would be there be demand for transparent displays?
2.1.2 Transparent LCDs
2.2.3 Transparent OLEDs
2.3 Transparent LEDs
2.4 Security and sensors applications
2.5 Smart windows and mirrors
2.6 Transparent solar panels
2.7 Automotive applications
2.8 Military and aerospace applications
2.9 Toys, games and novelties
2.10 Key points from this chapter
CHAPTER THREE TECHNOLOGIES AND MATERIALS FOR TRANSPARENT ELECTRONICS
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