Global Smart Window Markets Examined in New Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

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Following a period of being no more than a niche, the smart windows market now seems prepared to gather steam. This is obviously due to building owners and governments’ increasing awareness of energy conservation, green building and fuel efficient transportation. New market research report “Smart Window Markets - 2012” prepared by NanoMarkets has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

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Following a period of being no more than a niche, the smart windows market now seems prepared to gather steam. This is obviously due to building owners and governments’ increasing awareness of energy conservation, green building and fuel efficient transportation; as well to the rapid expansion of the addressable markets for smart windows as a consequence of the growing wealth in China, India and in some degree Latin America.

New market research report “Smart Window Markets - 2012” prepared by NanoMarkets has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Smart Window Markets - 2012
Published: January, 2012
Price: US$ 2,995
http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/electronic_devices/smart_window_markets_2012.html

The report is designed to provide a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the worldwide smart windows markets, covering both traditional passive smart windows as well as the new breed of active electrochromic and thermochromic smart window technologies. It outlines key market drivers, as well as discusses numerous challenges to be overcome to make new products a success. The study is supplemented with an eight-year forecast of shipments and revenues in this lucrative market and an assessment of the latest strategies of top market participants.

Report Contents:

Executive Summary

E.1 How willing is the touch-screen sensor industry to abandon ITO?
E.2 Where the opportunities are
E.2.1 Analog resistive touch markets
E.2.2 Projected capacitive
E.2.3 Other
E.3 Opportunities by type of materials supplier
E.3.1 Alternative TCOs
E.3.2 Conductive polymers
E.3.3 Nanomaterials
E.4 How will in-cell touch change the opportunity profile for transparent conductor makers
E.5 Summary of eight-year forecasts of transparent conductors used in touch-screen displays

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: Available Markets for Transparent Conductors in the Touch-Screen Industry

2.1 Resistive technology touch screens as a market for transparent conductors
2.1.1 Use of transparent conductors in analog resistive technology
2.1.2 The future of analog resistive technology
2.1.3 Openness to new transparent conductors by analog resistive touch sensor firms
2.1.4 Transparent conductors for digital resistive touch technologies
2.2 Capacitive technology touch-screens as a market for transparent conductors
2.2.1 Use of transparent conductors in projected capacitive technology
2.2.2 The future of projected capacitive technology
2.2.3 Openness to new transparent conductors by projected capacitive touch sensor firms
2.2.4 Transparent conductors for surface capacitive touch technologies
2.3 Opportunities for transparent conductors in other types of display touch sensors
2.3.1 Infrared
2.3.2 SAW
2.3.3 Acoustic pulse recognition
2.3.4 Dispersive signal technology
2.3.5 Force sensing
2.3.6 Optical
2.4 Transparent conductors for in-cell/in-pixel technologies

Chapter Three: Materials Supplier Perspectives

3.1 Alternative transparent conductive oxide suppliers
3.1.1 Ability of alt-TCOs to replace ITO in touch displays
3.1.2 Success stories and challenges to date for alt-TCO makers in the touch-sensor market
3.1.3 Future opportunities for alt-TCO makers in the touch sensor market
3.2 Conductive polymer suppliers
3.2.1 The potential for conductive polymers to replace ITO on low-end touch displays
3.1.2 Success stories and challenges to date for conductive polymer makers in the touch-sensor market
3.1.3 Future opportunities for conductive polymer makers in the touch sensor market
3.3 Nanomaterials suppliers
3.3.1 Carbon nanotube and silver nanostructure inks as an ITO replacement
3.3.2 Success stories and challenges to date for nanomaterials makers in the touch-sensor market
3.3.3 Future opportunities for conductive polymer makers in the touch sensor market

Chapter Four: Forecasts of Transparent Conductor Demand by the Touch-Screen Industry

4.1 Forecasting methodology
4.2 Forecast of transparent conducting material used by the touch-screen industry, by market sector
4.3 Forecast of transparent conducting material used by the touch-screen industry, by type of transparent conductor

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at NanoMarkets page.

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