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Research and Markets: Worldwide Conductive Ink Markets Report to 2018 - Technologies & Players Analysis

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/44lrkj/conductive_ink) has announced the addition of the "Worldwide Conductive Ink Markets Report to 2018 - Technologies & Players Analysis" report to their offering.

This report provides an in-depth review of printable conductive inks. For each ink, we cover the underlying technology including an overview of the fabrication process; assess their strengths and weaknesses; identify and analyse key technology and market drivers; and provide guidelines for price development in the future.

Conductive inks are a simple and unglamorous layer but they will constitute a hefty $2.86 billion market in 2012. This market is forecasted to rise to $3.36 billion in 2018, with $735 million captured by new silver and copper nanostructure inks.

We then assess and forecast the markets requiring silver and copper inks. We take a very granular approach in our assessment, looking into each sub-market in great depth and building our forecasting bottom up.

The markets covered include crystalline and thin film photovoltaics, RFID, logic and memory, touch screens, displays, vehicles, consumer electronics, sensors and smart packaging.

Moreover, in each market segment, we forecast the market share by ink technology using our assessment of technology drivers, end-user requirements, and estimated price points. This enables us to forecast the value captured by each ink technology in each application.

Key Topics Covered:

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. PRINTABLE CONDUCTIVE INKS- A SURVEY

3. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN PHOTOVOLTAICS

4. TOUCH SCREEN

5. ITO REPLACEMENT IN THIN FILM PHOTOVOLTAICS

6. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN RFID

7. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN VEHICLES

8. CONDUCTIVE INKS IN SMART PACKAGING AND BRAND ENHANCEMENT

9. COMPANY PROFILES

10. COMPANY INTERVIEWS

Companies Mentioned

- Advanced Nano Products

- Amogreentech

- Applied Nanotech Inc

- Asahi Glass Corporation

- Asahi Kasei

- Cabot

- Cambrios

- Chang Sung Corporation

- Cima Nanotech

- Creative Materials

- DuPont Microcircuit Materials

- Ferro

- Harima

- Hitachi Chemical

- Kishu Giken Kogyo Co.,Ltd.

- Liquid X Printed Metals, Inc

- Indium Corporation

- InkTec

- Intrinsiq Materials

- Nanogap

- NanoMas Technologies

- Noritake

- Novacentrix

- Poly-Ink

- Showa Denko

- Sun Chemical

- Taiyo

- Toyobo

- ULVAC

- Vorbeck

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/44lrkj/conductive_ink

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