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Transparent Conductor Market (OLED, Solar, Flexible Displays & LCD) Forecasts to 2021

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DALLAS, Aug. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- During the past year the transparent conductor (TCs) market has continued to evolve.  It seems that all the focus remains on the touch panel sector, where alternatives to ITO have genuinely established themselves. As a result, this latestreport in NanoMarkets' seven years of coverage of the transparent conductor market focuses heavily on the realities of the touch-sensor market for alternative TCs.  Acknowledging that this is where the money is for now, we also discuss how some industry estimates of touch opportunities appear to be exaggerated and how there are serious technology challenges for touch down the road – challenges such as gestural control – that could hurt the current TC boomlet.

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We also examine what other big changes are appearing in the TC opportunity space.  The solar panel business is back, but with a new mix of PV technologies.  What will this mean for the TC space?  OLED lighting, which looked like might go into decline in our previous report, now looks like it is back on the board as a possible mass consumer of TCs.  At the same time some the great hopes for alternative TCs, such as OLED TVs and flexible displays seem increasingly fanciful and may be areas that alternative TC firms pursue at their peril.

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In this dynamic market environment, NanoMarkets believes that this new report provides the necessary strategic insight into how TC firms can best generate new business revenues in the in the display, solar panel and other sectors. This report also analyzes important developments on the TC materials front and it takes a look at what the next generation of transparent conductors will be like and how these materials will extend addressable markets.

This study also contains detailed eight-year forecasts in volume (square meters) and value terms.  For each of the applications covered there are breakouts of demand for ITO, other TCOs, ITO/TCO inks, carbon nanotube films, nanosilver-based TCs, metal grids and conductive polymers.  We have also included a forecast of ITO products by type (sputtering targets, films, coated glass, etc.).  Finally, the strategies of the leading TC firms are also assessed in the context of the latest market developments.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary
E.1 The Transparent Conductor Market:  Changes Since 2013?
E.1.1 Will Touch be the All-Important Opportunity for Ever:
E.2 OLEDs and Alternative TCs:  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
E.3 Flexible Panels:  Still Waiting for Godot?
E.4 Will the LCD Industry Ever Open Up to Alternative Transparent Conductors?
E.5 Selling Transparent Conductors into the PV Space:  Happy Days are Here Again?
E.6 Transparent Conductors:  Materials and Companies to Watch
E.7 Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecasts For Transparent Conductor Markets

Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: Recent Technology and Market Trends for ITO
2.1 Developments in the ITO Sector
2.2 ITO and Flexibility:  Some Final Words
2.3 Evolution of the ITO Marketplace in the 2013-2014 Period
2.4 Resistivity Issues and the Market
2.5 A Thought Experiment on Why ITO Price Rises Matter
2.6 Supply Chain Developments:  ITO Glass
2.7 Prospects for ITO Film Markets
2.8 ITO Sputtering Target Markets:  Rotary and Linear
2.9 Alternatives to Sputtering:  Can ITO Inks Ever Make it To Market?
2.10 Eight-Year Forecast of ITO Markets
2.11 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Three:  Other Transparent Conducting Oxides:  A Commercial Future?
3.1 Non-ITO TCOs:  Have They Had Their Day?
3.1.1 Tin Oxide and its Variants
3.1.2 Zinc Oxide and its Variants
3.2 Are Other TCOs Really a Drop-In Replacement for ITO?
3.4 TCOs in PV:  The Market in 2014 and Beyond
3.5 Eight-Year Forecast of Non-ITO Markets
3.6 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Four: Markets for Metal-Based Materials as Transparent Conductors
4.1 Metal Meshes:  Changes in the Market Since Last Year
4.1.1 Advantages and Potential Applications of Metal Meshes
4.1.2 Disadvantages of Metal Meshes as Transparent Conductors
4.2.3 Metal Meshes and Large Panel Applications
4.3 Nanowire Solutions:  The Most Successful Alternative TC
4.3.1 Advantages and Applications for Silver Nanowires
4.4 Are there Opportunities for Copper in the Transparent Conductor Market?
4.5 Eight-Year Forecast of Metal Transparent Conductor Markets
4.5.1 Metal Meshes
4.5.2 Silver Nanowires
4.6 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Five: Markets for Other Transparent Conducting Materials
5.1 Other Materials
5.2 Conductive Polymers as Transparent Conductors: Recent Successes
5.2.1 PEDOT
5.2.2 Conductive Polymers in OLEDs
5.2.3 Other Applications
5.3 Carbon Nanotubes as Transparent Conductors: Signs of Hope
5.4 Graphene:  Does it Stand a Chance in the Transparent Conductor Market?
5.5 Other Developments:  "Fourth-Generation" Transparent Conductors
5.6 Eight-Year Forecast of Other Transparent Conductor Materials Markets
5.7 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Six:  Forecasts and Markets for Transparent Conductors
6.1 Touch Screen Sensors:  Everyone's Favorite Opportunity
6.2 Transparent Conductors and OLEDs
6.3 Conventional Flat-Panel Displays: Stuck On ITO Forever?
6.4 Transparent Conductors and the Revival of the Solar Industry
6.5 IR and UV Protection Opportunities for Transparent Conductors
6.6 Antistatic Applications for Transparent Conductors
6.6.1 Antistatic Markets in the Building Products Industry
6.6.2 ESD Applications for the Electronics Market
6.6.3 Tin Oxide as an Antistatic Coating
6.6.4 Zinc Oxide as an Antistatic Coating
6.6.5 Eight-Year Forecast of Transparent Conductors for Antistatic Coatings
6.7 Transparent Conductors in EMI/RFI Shielding
6.7.1 Eight-Year Forecast of Transparent Conductors for EMI Shielding
6.8 Smart Windows Applications for Transparent Conductors:  An Emerging Opportunity
6.8.1 Low-e Windows
6.8.2 Solar Control Films
6.8.3 Electrochromic (EC) and Suspended Particle Device (SPD) Technologies
6.8.4 PDLC Active On-Demand Smart Windows
6.9.5 Thermochromic Smart Glass
6.8.6 Self-Cleaning Windows
6.10 Yet Other Markets for Transparent Conductors
6.11 Key Points Made in this Chapter

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