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Smart Glass and Flexible Display Industry 2020 Forecasts for Global Markets

DALLAS, August 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- now offers 2020 forecast reports for smart glass market and flexible display industry in its store. The analysis shows that the total flexible display market is projected to reach the market revenue worth $3.89 billion by 2020. The value of Smart glass market was worth $1581.4 Million in 2013, and is expected to reach $5814  Million by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 20% from 2014 to 2020.

Smart Glass Market by Technology (Electrochromics, SPD, Liquid Crystal, Microblinds, Thermographic and Photochromics), Application (Architectural, Transportation, Solar power generation, Electronics & others), & by Geography - Global Forecast to 2014 - 2020 research report expects that in coming years, healthcare sector will adopt smart glass products in order to achieve healthy and natural ambience in cost efficient manner. Need of energy efficient products, presence of key industry players will continue to be the driving factors for making Americas and Europe as the major market places for smart glass. Also, APAC and RoW are expected to show rapid growth in coming years due to the presence of developing economies such as China and India. Transportation sector is another growth market for this product. In automotive segment, smart glass is becoming a popular choice for rear view mirrors and sunroofs because of the value it brings in the form of controlling the glare, tinting and so on. Reputed automobile players such as Daimler AG (Germany) and BMW AG (Germany) have used smart glass for windows and sun-roofs, in their premium cars such as Mercedes-Benz SLK and BMW Active Tourer respectively. Also aviation players such as Boeing Company (U.S.) used smart windows in its 787 Dreamliner aircraft. This report consists of a case study on this application.

Flexible Display Market by Application (Smartphone, Tablet, E-reader, Laptop, TV, Smartcard, Wearable Display), Technology (OLED, LCD, E-paper), Component (Emissive &Non-emissive), Material (Polymer, Glass, GRP) & Geography - Forecast & Analysis to 2013 - 2020 research report says in the coming months of 2014, the flexible display Smartphones are expected to hit the market with tablets to follow soon after. Laptops and TVs are also expected to follow the trend of smartphones and tablets while OLED based televisions have also been following the same trend, by electronics manufacturing giants Samsung and LG. All these developments have created demand for better and more stable materials to be used in these displays. The use of IGZO (Indium gallium Zinc oxide) and photonic crystals are the examples of the stable materials that are used in the above mentioned displays. OLED display market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2014 to 2020. In terms of the application segment, smartphone application sector will account for the largest market revenue with highest CAGR of 149.3%, from 2014 to 2020. Asia-Pacific and ROW are likely to grow at the highest CAGR by geographical segment.

The smart glass market 2014-2020 report covers smart glass market by its applications, technology, size and geography. The detailed segmentation by commercial architectural applications included in the report covers educational buildings, corporate buildings, hospitals & lab facilities and retail applications of smart glass. While automotive segment takes into account smart glass products such as windows, doors, windshields and rear view mirrors. Companies like Asahi Glass Company (Japan), Citala Pvt. Ltd (Israel), Corning Inc (U.S.), DuPont (U.S.), Gentex Corporation (U.S.), Hitachi Chemicals (Japan), PPG Industries (U.S.), Pleotint (U.S.), Ravenbrick LLC (U.S.), Research Frontier (U.S.), Smartglass international (Ireland), Sage Electrochromics (U.S.), Saint Gobain (France), Scienstry (U.S.), SPD smartglass (U.S.) and View Inc (U.S.) are discussed in this research available for purchase at .

The market of consumer electronics display products is booming currently, and is expected to grow further, with the advancements in the display technologies. Products such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and TVs are garnering a very high demand from the consumers' perspective. There are various materials, components, technologies that are used in the display panels, which contribute to the diverse features of the display, such as defining the display's resolution, feasibility, resistance to temperature and moisture, aspect ratio, thickness, and the likes. The report describes the components, materials, application, technology and geography market in the flexible display industry. The total revenue of the global flexible display market is expected to grow at an estimated CAGR of 43.1% from 2014 to 2020. Companies profiled in this flexible display market report include Atmel Corporation, AU Optronics Corp., Corning Incorporated, Delta Electronics, Inc., Dupont Display, E Ink Holdings, Inc., Flexible Display Center (ASU), Hewlett-Packard Company, Kent Displays, Inc., LG Display Co. Ltd., Materion Corporation, Nanolumens, Nokia, Novaled AG, Philips Electronics, Plastic Logic Ltd, Polymer Vision, Sony Corporation, Toppan Printing Co. Ltd., Universal Display Corporation and Visionox. Complete report is available for purchase at US$4650 (single user PDF) from .

Smart Lighting Market by Component (Relays, Occupancy Sensors, Actuators, Transmitters, Receivers), Lighting Type (LED, FL, CFL, HID), Connectivity Technology (Wired, Wireless), Application (Commercial, Industrial, Public, Government, Residential) & Geography - Global Forecast & Analysis to 2014-2020 research report discusses companies like Digital Lumens (U.S.), Legrand S.A (France), Lutron Electronics (U.S.), Streetlight Vision, Zumtobel (Austria), Encelium Technologies(U.S.), Acuity Brands INC.(U.S.), Honeywell(U.S.), Osram GmbH (Germany), and Royal Phillips Elect. N.V. (the Netherlands). Spread across 275 pages, this report is available at .

Smart / Intelligent Sensor Market by Type (Flow Sensor, Dissolved Oxygen Sensor, Temperature Sensor, Pressure Sensor, Touch Sensor), Technology (MEMS, CMOS), Application (Aerospace, Automotive, Industrial, Building Automation), & by Geography - Forecasts & Analysis to 2013 - 2020 research report says currently, the U.S., U.K., South Korea and China are the major countries who have captured the smart sensor market and according to the forecast, the next growing countries which will move their position upwards up to 2020 will be Canada and Germany. The China and Brazil will also show upward growth and boosting their profits. The technologies which are incorporated in smart sensors are Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Complementary Metal Oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology, and Optical spectroscopy. Currently, pressure sensors are being employed in smart phones and computer devices having touch screen displays. So, it is expected that it will bring a widely used platform for smart sensors. Company profiles, comprehensive table of contents and more on this report is available at .

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