Emerging Lighting Technologies and Global Market (2009-2014)

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Emerging Lighting Technologies and Global Market (2009-2014)
The increase in the living standards and changing lifestyles has led to a greater demand for energy-efficient new lighting technologies over the traditional incandescent and halogen lighting. A wide number of application areas ranging from small household lighting to commercial and industrial lighting have been benefited by these emerging lighting technologies. The fulcrum has further shifted in favor of these new technologies by virtue of their availability in different sizes and shapes and with different fixtures to justify their usage in the widely varied application areas. With U.S and Europe holding the major chunk of the market share currently, Asia is seen as an emerging market with tremendous potential, particularly in countries like India and China.

Though the market is being boosted by the improved energy efficiency obtained, but there are challenges to be overcome. High initial cost and health and environmental concerns in developed countries are some of the major hiccups for the industry. However, the current market trends show the increasing market size for emerging lighting technologies in both the developed and developing countries. With continued efforts and research to overcome the challenges, and development of improved products at affordable prices, the market is set for a roll-on for the next several decades.

The global emerging lighting technologies market is expected to be worth US$109.2 billion by 2014, growing at an estimated CAGR of 8.1% from 2009 to 2014. Fluorescent lighting forms the largest market segment; and is expected to reach US$82.6 billion by 2014 at a CAGR of 7.9% for the same period.

North America is the largest emerging lighting market; and is expected to be worth US$42.8 billion by 2014, accounting for nearly 39% of the total revenues. Europe is the second largest segment and is expected to reach US$36.9 billion by 2014. However, Asia is the fastest growing market and is poised for a high growth of 8.9% for the next five years.

Scope of the Report

This report aims to identify and analyze emerging lighting products according to product, application, and technology. The report provides in-depth market estimates and forecasts for global emerging lighting market as follows:

• Emerging lighting technologies – product
Light emitting diodes (LED), Fluorescent lighting, High intensity discharge, Neon lamps, Distance lighting, Wireless Lighting, Sulfur Plasma, Tungsten photonic lattice

• Emerging lighting technologies – application
General lighting, Industrial lighting, Aerospace and defense, Agricultural, Medical, Automotive, Street Lighting, Movies/Theatres, Decoration, Advertisement, Display backlighting, Signs and Traffic signaling, and others

• Emerging lighting technologies – technology
Electronic ballast based, Pulse start, Substrate materials, Laser lift-off, Temporary bonding, Binning, Surface texturing, Phosphor composition and deposition, High Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps, Low Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps, Tungsten photonic lattice, and others

Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. This report will also provide more than 100 market tables for various geographic regions covering the sub-segments and micro-markets. In addition, the report also provides 38 company profiles for each of its sub-segments.

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Executive Summary
emerging lighting MARKET
emerging lighting PRODUCT MARKET
emerging lighting applications
emerging lighting technologies

GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. KEY TAKE-AWAYS
1.2. REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.3. Scope of the report
1.4. STAKEHOLDERS

2. SUMMARY

3. MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1. Evolution of emerging lighting technology
3.2. Defining the emerging lighting technologies market
3.3. Trends in lighting
3.4. Operational cost Vs capital cost
3.5. Relative performance of different lighting sources
3.6. Cost VS performance comparison of major lighting sources
3.7. Product lifecycle of lighting sources
3.8. Product positioning
  3.8.1. Issues in lighting
3.9. GLOBAL residential electricity consumption
3.10. residential electricity consumption, BY applications
3.11. Driving factor analysis of emerging lighting technologies market
  3.11.1. Demand side drivers
  3.11.2. Supply side drivers
  3.11.3. Restraints
  3.11.4. Opportunities
  3.11.5. Key competitive points
    3.11.5.1. Energy efficiency
    3.11.5.2. Environment-friendliness
3.12. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF ELT MARKET

4. LIGHT EMITTING DIODES

4.1.1. DRIVERS
  4.1.1.1. Longer lifespan and lower energy consumption
  4.1.1.2. Efficient and robust design for better productivity
  4.1.1.3. Wide range of applications
  4.1.1.4. Safe and environment-friendly lighting solution
4.1.2. INHIBITORS & Opportunities
  4.1.2.1. High cost
  4.1.2.2. Less efficient for heat sensitivity applications
  4.1.2.3. Unidirectional optical output
  4.1.2.4. Commercial and residential lighting

4.2. OLED – Organic LED
  4.2.1. Drivers
    4.2.1.1. OLEDs provide a sense of natural light
    4.2.1.2. Better illumination of large areas
    4.2.1.3. Advantages of fluorescent lights
    4.2.1.4. Elimination of light distribution channel
    4.2.1.5. Useful in slimmer lighting application
  4.2.2. INHIBITORS
    4.2.2.1. High cost and limited lifetime
    4.2.2.2. Less light per area

4.3. AMOLED
  4.3.1. Drivers
    4.3.1.1. High-end and light-weight lighting application
    4.3.1.2. Long lasting and energy efficient
    4.3.1.3. PMOLED

4.4. HIGH-BRIGHTNESS LED
  4.4.1. White LED
    4.4.1.1. White LED applications
  4.4.2. Color LED
  4.4.3. Flashing LED
  4.4.4. Alphanumeric LED

4.5. Miniature light-emitting diode
  4.5.1. Ultraviolet LED (UV-LED)
  4.5.2. Drivers and Inhibitors
    4.5.2.1. Inexpensive and environment friendly
    4.5.2.2. Higher compactness and efficiency
    4.5.2.3. Limited power output and shorter lifespan

4.6. APPLICATIONs Of LED LIGHTING
  4.6.1. Automotive
  4.6.2. General lighting
    4.6.2.1. Residential
    4.6.2.2. Industrial
    4.6.2.3. Architectural
  4.6.3. Display backlighting
    4.6.3.1. Mobile phones
    4.6.3.2. TV/Monitors
    4.6.3.3. Other Applications
  4.6.4. Signs and traffic signaling
    4.6.4.1. Traffic signaling & street lighting
    4.6.4.2. Advertisement boards
    4.6.4.3. Other applications

4.7. Fabrication methods
  4.7.1. Metal Organic CVD
  4.7.2. Molecular Beam Epitaxy
  4.7.3. Liquid Phase Epitaxy
  4.7.4. Vapor Phase Epitaxy

4.8. Technologies
  4.8.1. Substrate Materials
  4.8.2. Silicon
  4.8.3. Gallium Arsenide (GaAs)
  4.8.4. Laser Lift-Off
  4.8.5. Temporary Bonding
  4.8.6. Transparent Top Contacts
  4.8.7. Binning
  4.8.8. Surface Texturing
  4.8.9. Phosphor composition and deposition

5. FLUORESCENT LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES

5.1. Drivers
  5.1.1. Fluorescent lamps to replace incandescent lighting
  5.1.2. Higher energy efficiency and longer life

5.2. INHIBITORS & opportunities
  5.2.1. Contains small amounts of mercury
  5.2.2. Takes time to achieve full brightness
  5.2.3. not suitable for Outdoor use in cold weather

5.3. COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMP
  5.3.1. greener environment
  5.3.2. Plug-in CFL
  5.3.3. Integral CFL
  5.3.4. Adapter CFL
  5.3.5. Fixtures
  5.3.6. Screw-based
  5.3.7. Pin-mounted

5.4. Cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL)
  5.4.1. Drivers & restraints
    5.4.1.1. Wide range of applications
    5.4.1.2. Low efficacy

5.5. Black lights

5.6. Tanning lamps
  5.6.1. High pressure lamps
  5.6.2. Low pressure lamps
  5.6.3. Grow lamps
  5.6.4. Germicidal lamps

5.7. Fluorescent Induction Lamp

5.8. Applications
  5.8.1. Home lighting
  5.8.2. Aerospace and defense
  5.8.3. Industrial
  5.8.4. Agriculture
  5.8.5. Medical
  5.8.6. Others

5.9. CFL applications

6. HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE

6.1. Drivers & inhibitors
  6.1.1. Better service and safety in emergency
  6.1.2. energy conservation & environment friendliness
  6.1.3. delayed starting and low color rendition
6.2. Sodium Vapor Lamps
6.3. Low pressure sodium
6.4. High pressure sodium
6.5. Mercury vapor lamps
6.6. High Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps
6.7. Low Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps
6.8. Ceramic Discharge Metal Halide lamps
6.9. Metal halide lamp
6.10. Xenon arc lamps
6.11. Ultra-High Performance
6.12. Applications
  6.12.1. Indoor
  6.12.2. Outdoor
  6.12.3. Other
    6.12.3.1. Automotive
    6.12.3.2. Aviation
6.13. Technology
  6.13.1. Electronic ballast-based
  6.13.2. Pulse start

7. NEON LAMPS

7.1. Fluorescent neon lamp
7.2. High-brightness and semi-hig brightness neon lamps
7.3. Standard Brightness neon lamps
7.4. Noble Gas
  7.4.1. Neon
  7.4.2. Argon
  7.4.3. Krypton
  7.4.4. Xenon
  7.4.5. Helium
  7.4.6. Mixed gases

8. WIRELESS LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

8.1. Drivers
8.2. Inhibitors
8.3. Wireless Motion lights
8.4. Wireless Cabinet lights
8.5. Applications
  8.5.1. Home lighting
  8.5.2. Industrial
  8.5.3. Automotive
  8.5.4. Others

9. SULFUR PLASMA

9.1. Recent developments
  9.1.1. Light distribution systems
  9.1.2. Light pipes
  9.1.3. Secondary reflectors
  9.1.4. Indirect lighting
  9.1.5. Direct lighting
  9.1.6. Optical fibers
9.2. Applications
  9.2.1. Airports
  9.2.2. Museums
  9.2.3. Defense and diplomatic office buildings
  9.2.4. Stadiums

10. TUNGSTEN PHOTONIC LATTICE

10.1. Applications
  10.1.1. Automotive
  10.1.2. Industrial
  10.1.3. Aerospace and defense

11. DISTANCE LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

11.1. Drivers & Inhibitors
  11.1.1. optimum use in museums, art galleries, light sensitive areas
  11.1.2. Used in hazardous environment
  11.1.3. environment friendly
  11.1.4. low light output and high Cost of installation
11.2. Fiber optic based
11.3. Prism light guides based
11.4. Applications
  11.4.1. Outdoor applications
    11.4.1.1. Lawns and gardens
    11.4.1.2. Housing complexes
    11.4.1.3. Airports
    11.4.1.4. Defense
  11.4.2. Indoor applications
    11.4.2.1. Long stairways and corridors
    11.4.2.2. Indoor stadiums
    11.4.2.3. Large aquariums

12. GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS

12.1. Summary
12.2. U.S. EMERGING LIGHTING market
12.3. European EMERGING LIGHTING market
12.4. Asian EMERGING LIGHTING market

13. COMPANY PROFILES

13.1. AXTRON AG
13.2. Automotive Lighting LLC
13.3. Bridgelux Inc
13.4. BULBRITE
13.5. CML Innovative Technologies Inc
13.6. Cooper lighting
13.7. Cree inc
13.8. Crystal IS
13.9. Data Display Products Inc
13.10. Digital Light LLC
13.11. Diguang International Development Co. Ltd.
13.12. Energy Conservation Technologies, Inc.
13.13. Energy Focus, Inc
13.14. Feit Electric Company Inc
13.15. GE Lighting
13.16. Intematix Technology
13.17. JKL Components Corp
13.18. LCD Lighting Inc
13.19. LedEngin, Inc
13.20. LEDtronics Inc
13.21. Lemnis Lighting Inc
13.22. MaxLite SK America Inc
13.23. Nichia Corporation
13.24. Osram GmbH
13.25. Panasonic Electric Works
13.26. Opto Technology Inc
13.27. Royal Philips Electronics
13.28. Standard products Inc
13.29. Stanley Electric Company Ltd
13.30. TCP
13.31. Toshiba Lighting
13.32. Toyoda Gosei Company Ltd.
13.33. Eiko Limited
13.34. USHIO America Inc
13.35. Visteon Corporation
13.36. Welch Allyn Inc
13.37. Wellypower Optronics
13.38. Westinghouse Lighting Corporation

14. PATENT ANALYSIS

APPENDIX

14.1. U.S. Patents
  14.1.1. Light emitting diodes patents
  14.1.2. Fluorescent lighting patents
  14.1.3. High intensity discharge patents
  14.1.4. Distance lighting technology patents
14.2. Europe patents
  14.2.1. Light emitting diodes patents
  14.2.2. Fluorescent lighting patents
  14.2.3. High intensity discharge patents
  14.2.4. Distance lighting technology patents
  14.2.5. Neon lamps patents
14.3. AsiaN PATENTS
  14.3.1. Light emitting diodes patents
  14.3.2. Fluorescent lighting patents
  14.3.3. High intensity discharge patents

LIST OF TABLES

1. GLOBAL led LIGHTING MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2009 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
2. GLOBAL led LIGHTING market, by geography 2009 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
3. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
4. GLOBAL organic led LIGHTING MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2007- 2014 ($MILLIONS)
5. GLOBAL organic led LIGHTING MARKET, BY geography 2007– 2014 ($millions)
6. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
7. GLOBAL AMOLED lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007- 2014 ($millions)
8. GLOBAL PMOLED MARKET, BY geography 2007- 2014 ($millions)
9. GLOBAL HIGH-BRIGHTNESS LED lighting MARKET, BY products
10. GLOBAL HIGH-BRIGHTNESS LED MARKET, BY geography 2007- 2014
11. GLOBAL white LED lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014
12. GLOBAL color LED lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
13. GLOBAL Flashing LED MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($ millions)
14. GLOBAL Alphanumeric LED lighting MARKET, BY geography
15. GLOBAL Miniature lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
16. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
17. GLOBAL UV-LED lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
18. GLOBAL LED MARKET, BY Fabrication 2009 – 2014 ($millions)
19. GLOBAL LED MARKET, BY technologies 2009 – 2014 ($millions)
20. GLOBAL Fluorescent lighting MARKET, BY PRODUCTS 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
21. GLOBAL Fluorescent lighting market, by geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
22. MAJOR PLAYERS AND recent DEVELOPMENTS
23. GLOBAL CFL MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
24. GLOBAL CFL MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
25. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
26. GLOBAL Plug-in CFL MARKET, BY geography2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
27. GLOBAL Integral CFL MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
28. GLOBAL Adapter CFL MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
29. GLOBAL Fixtures lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
30. GLOBAL Fixtures lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
31. GLOBAL Screw-based lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
32. GLOBAL Pin-mounted lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
33. GLOBAL CCFL lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
34. GLOBAL Blacklights lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
35. GLOBAL Tanning light MARKET, BY products2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
36. GLOBAL Tanning light MARKET, BY geography2007 – 2014 ($ MILLIONS)
37. GLOBAL High pressure tanning lamps MARKET, BY geography
38. GLOBAL Low pressure tanning lamps MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($ MILLIONS)
39. GLOBAL Grow lamps MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
40. GLOBAL Germicidal lamps MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($MILLIONS)
41. GLOBAL Fluorescent Induction Lamp MARKET, BY geography
42. ownership Cost of CFL vs incandescent
43. GLOBAL HID lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
44. GLOBAL hid lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
45. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
46. GLOBAL Sodium Vapor lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
47. GLOBAL Sodium Vapor lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
48. GLOBAL Low pressure sodium vapor lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
49. GLOBAL High pressure sodium vapor lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
50. GLOBAL Mercury vapor lamps lighting MARKET, BY products
51. GLOBAL Mercury vapor lamps lighting MARKET, BY geography
52. GLOBAL High Pressure Mercury Vapor lighting MARKET,
53. GLOBAL Low Pressure Mercury Vapor lighting MARKET,
54. GLOBAL Ceramic Discharge Metal Halide lighting MARKET
55. GLOBAL Metal halide lamp lighting MARKET, BY geography
56. GLOBAL Xenon arc lamps lighting MARKET, BY geography
57. GLOBAL Ultra-High Performance lighting MARKET, BY geography
58. GLOBAL Neon Lamps lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
59. GLOBAL Neon Lamps lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
60. GLOBAL Fluorescent neon lighting MARKET, BY geography
61. GLOBAL High-brightness neon lighting MARKET, BY geography
62. GLOBAL Standard Brightness neon lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
63. GLOBAL Noble Gas lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
64. GLOBAL Noble Gas lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
65. Gas types and their color attributes
66. GLOBAL neon lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
67. GLOBAL Argon lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
68. GLOBAL Krypton lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
69. GLOBAL Xenon lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
70. GLOBAL Helium lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
71. GLOBAL Mixed gases lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
72. GLOBAL Wireless lighting MARKET, BY products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
73. GLOBAL Wireless lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
74. MAJOR PLAYERS AND DEVELOPMENTS
75. GLOBAL Wireless Motion lighting MARKET, BY geography
76. GLOBAL Wireless Cabinet lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007- 2014 ($millions)
77. GLOBAL Sulfur plasma lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
78. GLOBAL Tungsten photonic lattice lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
79. GLOBAL Distance lighting MARKET, BY geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
80. GLOBAL EMERGING LIGHTING market, by geography 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
81. U.S. EMERGING LIGHTING market, by products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
82. European EMERGING LIGHTING MARKET, by products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)
83. Asian EMERGING LIGHTING MARKET, by products 2007 – 2014 ($millions)

LIST OF FIGURES

1. Evolution of EMERGING LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES
2. GLOBAL TRENDS in the lighting market
3. initial cost of installation vs energy consumption of different lighting technologies
4. RELATIVE PERFORMANCE of different lighting technologies
5. Cost vs performance of major lighting technologies
6. PRODUCT LIFECYCLES
7. PRODUCTS positioning of major light sources
8. GLOBAL issues in lighting
9. GLOBAL residential electricity consumption (2009)
10. GLOBAL residential electricity consumption, BY applications (2009)
11. Factors affecting the emerging lighting technologies market
12. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OF emerging lighting technologies MARKET (2009)
13. Applications of high-brightness LED
14. Applications of automotive lighting
15. Information density VS color performance
16. GLOBAL EMERGING LIGHTING Technology patents, by Geography
17. GLOBAL EMERGING LIGHTING Technology patents, by PRODUCTs
18. u.s. EMERGING LIGHTING Technology patents, by PRODUCTs
19. EuropeAN EMERGING LIGHTING Technology patents, by PRODUCTs
20. aSIAN EMERGING LIGHTING Technology patents by PRODUCTs

LIST OF FIGURES

1. AMOLED: Active matrix organic light emitting diode
2. OLED: Organic light emitting diode
3. CAGR: Compound annual growth rate
4. CCFL: Cold cathode fluorescent lamp
5. L/w: Lumen per watt
6. CFL: Cathode fluorescent lamps
7. DC: Direct current
8. GaN: Gallium Nitride
9. GE: General Electronics Ltd.
10. GPS: Global positioning system
11. HB LED: high beam light emitting diode
12. IC: Integrated Circuit
13. IT: Information technology
14. LCD: liquid crystal display
15. LED: light emitting diode
16. MB: Mega bytes
17. mm: Millimeter
18. mW: milliwatts
19. PC: Personal Computer
20. PDA: Personal digital assistant
21. PMOLED: Passive matrix organic light emitting diode
22. R&D: Research and development
23. RGB: Red, green and blue
24. ROW: Rest of the World
25. TV: Television
26. U.S: United States
27. UK: United Kingdom
28. UV: Ultra violet
29. V: Volts

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