World OLED Lighting Industry Examined in Most Recent NanoMarkets Study Published at MarketPublishers.com10 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To date, OLED lighting is more efficient than, say, two years ago, offering between 45 lm/W to 65 lm/W. Prominent OLED lighting firms are confident that they will soon offer panels in the 100-150 lm/W range, which would then enable OLED lighting to rapidly penetrate general lighting markets. Firms that have announced superior efficiency performance in product roadmaps include Panasonic, LG and Philips.
Firms in the OLED lighting space see office lighting as an early revenue generator. For this to happen, panels must be much larger than they are today. Major OLED lighting firms expect progress in this area soon. The often-conservative Philips plans 1 m x 1 m panels by 2018; Panasonic will have 600 x 600-mm panels by 2019. The Korean firm, Jusung Engineering has already built a 730 x 920-mm panel, although not as a commercial product.
New study “OLED Lighting: Companies, Products and Strategies - 2012” elaborated by NanoMarkets focuses on OLED lighting, showing how far the industry has developed in the last couple of years. Both OLED lighting panel and luminaire makers are covered.
The report analyzes the product, market and manufacturing strategies of leaders of the OLED space including: Acuity Brands, AUO/Lextar, Blackbody, First-o-Lite, GE, Kaneka, Konica Minolta, LG, Lumiotec, Mitsubishi, Moser Baer, NEC, Novaled, Osram, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sumitomo, Visionox and WAC Lighting. Insights into the strategies of smaller and emerging companies in this space are also provided.
OLED Lighting: Companies, Products and Strategies - 2012
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 2.495,00
More new studies by the publisher can be found at NanoMarkets page.