Transparent Conductor Industry in Touch Screen Sensor Market Reviewed in New Report Published at

24 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Transparent Conductor Industry in Touch Screen Sensor Market Reviewed in New Report Published at

LONDON – The touch-screen sensor market has emerged as a key market for the novel transparent conductors, with a host of these materials’ suppliers targeting the sector as a source of new revenue generation as well as for a number of reasons. Thanks to Apple, this market is viewed universally as a fast growth customer for transparent conductors, while at the same time the touch sector is more open to adoption of new materials and processes than the mainstream display industry.

The attractiveness of the touch-screen market to the makers of novel transparent conductors is enhanced by the fact that the touch-sensor industry appears to be getting rid of a dependence on indium tin oxide (ITO) with its high costs and low mechanical performance.

New market research report “Markets for Transparent Conductors in Touch Screen Sensors 2012” drawn up by NanoMarkets enhances an understanding of the latest trends, requirements and potential of the touch screen sector from the perspective of the transparent conductor industry. It analyzes the demand for transparent conductors in the touch-screen business and shows how strategies for developing this market can be created for maximum benefit to transparent conductors’ supplier. Moreover, an eight-year forecast of revenues and volume shipments of transparent conductors into the touch screen sensor market as well as an evaluation of the current strategies of the top companies active in this sector can also be found in the study.

Report Details:

Title: Markets for Transparent Conductors in Touch Screen Sensors 2012
Published: November, 2011
Price: US$ 2,495

Report Contents:


E.1 Opportunities by type of touch sensor E.1.1 Analog resistive E.1.2 Projected capacitive E.2 Which transparent conductors will get the nod from the touch-sensor industry? E.3 Supply chain strategies for transparent conductor firms serving the touch sector E.4 The touch-screen market as a channel to bigger markets E.4 Summary of eight-year forecasts of transparent conductors for touch sensors


1.1 Background to this report 1.2 Objective and scope of this report 1.3 Plan of this report


2.1 Analog resistive markets

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