“Thin-Film Batteries: A New Market Opportunity Assessment 2011” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

06 Apr 2011 • by Natalie Aster
“Thin-Film Batteries: A New Market Opportunity Assessment 2011” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – For many years, thin film batteries have seemed to be a technology in search of an application. New market research report “Thin-Film Batteries: A New Market Opportunity Assessment 2011” worked out by NanoMarkets provides a key analysis of the latest developments in thin-film batteries and how they will lead to increasing business opportunities. In its assessment of the latest technology, this report compares the existing technologies underpinning thin-film batteries and also examines the latest thinking on the electrode and electrolyte materials, showing how they can contribute to the growth of the thin-film battery sector. In addition, the report offers an insight into the synergy that is rapidly developing between thin batteries and energy harvesting.

Report Details:

Title: Thin-Film Batteries: A New Market Opportunity Assessment 2011
Published: April, 2011
Price: US$ 2,695.00

Report Contents:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

E.1 Changes since last year report
  E.1.1 Out of the lab: An assessment of the latest thin-film battery technology
  E.1.2 Thin-film battery applications: Wired and tired
  E.1.3 New money for film batteries: VCs, government and other funding sources
E.2 Analysis of the main opportunities for thin-film battery firms
E.3 Companies to watch and why
E.4 Summary of Forecats for Thin-Film Battery Technologies

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: THIN-FILM BATTERIES: COMMERCIALIZATION OF THE TECHNOLOGY

2.1 Thin-film battery chemistry progress
2.2 Competitive advantages and comparisons of thin-film battery chemistries: how they play out in the marketplace
2.3 Energy harvesting, PV and thin-film batteries
  2.3.1 How energy harvesting and PV complement each other
  2.3.2 Thin-film batteries and photovoltaics
2.4 The future of thin-film battery manufacturing
  2.4.1 Current and future roles for printing in thin-film batteries
  2.4.2 Other recent manufacturing improvements for thin-film batteries
2.5 Key Points Made in this Chapter

CHAPTER THREE: THIN-FILM BATTERIES: APPLICATIONS AND MARKETS

3.1 RFID and smart packaging
  3.1.1 Thin-film battery applications and requirement for active RFID and battery-assisted RFID
  3.1.2 Can RFID still be the “killer app” for thin-film batteries?
  3.1.3 Powering smart packaging with thin-film batteries
3.2 Are there opportunities for thin-film batteries in electronic shelf labeling?
3.3 “Thin” batteries for smartcards and security applications
  3.3.1 Will OTP drive thin-film battery growth?
3.4 Disposable batteries for other disposable electronics: greetings cards, games, toys and other novelties

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