Conductive Inks to Create Host of Opportunities for Various Markets, States Future Markets in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
21 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Conductive inks are presently utilised in various printed and flexible electronics applications like radio frequency identification (RFID) antennas, printed transistors and solar cells. The growth in the IoT is forecast to contribute to a hike in the demand for less costly and flexible electronic products and components.
Conductive inks open up a multi-billion dollar market opportunity in the next ten years in the various markets that range from flex circuits to automotive. The demand across all existing markets is gaining momentum, as well as the development of novel materials and processes is translating into the creation of new market opportunities for conductive ink manufacturers and suppliers in flexible, customised and 3D printed electronics.
Copper and silver inks are poised to keep on taking the lead in the market over the coming years but the rise of flexible and stretchable electronics aids in the development of novel materials.
New research report “The Global Market for Conductive Inks to 2027” elaborated by Future Markets is designed to give a detailed, comprehensive analysis of the marketplace on a global level.
The study offers detailed market forecasts through to 2027 in value and volume terms, as well as granular conductive inks market forecasts based on region. It thoroughly examines types of conductive ink, including characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, opportunities and prospects, application fields and revenues up to 2027. The research publication offers an in-depth assessment of the opportunities by application and market. Comprehensive information on the latest products is included. The report also includes detailed company profiles of 118 market players.
More new comprehensive market research reports by Future Markets are available at its page.