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高輝度 LED の世界市場

The Global Market for High-Brightness LEDs

発行 n-tech Research, a NanoMarkets company 商品コード 34151
出版日 ページ情報 英文
納期: 即日から翌営業日
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高輝度 LED の世界市場 The Global Market for High-Brightness LEDs
出版日: 2005年11月14日 ページ情報: 英文



高輝度 LED 市場については、成熟の域に達したとの見方もありますが、収益・用途共に今後も成長が見込まれています。

通信、IT、半導体、バイオメディカルやエネルギー分野に対するナノテクノロジーの影響について専門的に調査分析を行っている米国の調査会社 NanoMarkets. (本社: バージニア州)では、 パートナー会社である Communications Industry Researchers, Inc.(本社: 米バージニア州)と共同で、高輝度 LED の世界市場に関する調査分析を行い、予測をまとめた報告書 "The Global Market for High-Brightness LEDs" を発行いたしました。

当報告書は、高輝度 LED 産業の背景、技術開発の現状、用途、主要企業プロファイル、2006 〜 2013年までの市場予測などを含め、概略下記の構成でまとめております。


第1章 イントロダクション

  • 高輝度 LED:「輝きを放ち続ける」
  • 市場拡大の理由
  • 高輝度 LED が照らす輝かしい未来
  • 輝度の問題
  • 虹色の実現:赤色 LED から青色 LED へ
  • 白色灯の課題
  • 高輝度 LED のバリューチェーン:バイヤーのモチベーション
  • 本調査報告書の主な目的
  • 調査方法論および情報源
  • 調査範囲
  • 調査計画

第2章 LED 技術の過去と未来

  • 高輝度 LED 技術:その長い道のり
    • 従来の照明 vs. 高輝度 LED
    • 固体照明:新しい現象の先駆け
    • LED vs. 高輝度 LED
  • 高輝度 LED の長所と短所
  • LED を発展させる研究
  • 高輝度 LED 技術:Haitz の法則の影響
  • 高輝度 LED とその他 SSL 技術
    • 有機 LED
    • シリコンベースの LED
    • 量子ドット LED

第3章 高輝度 LED の用途

  • 次の波
  • バックライト
    • 携帯電話用
    • 液晶ディスプレイ用
  • 自動車
  • 航空機
  • 信号機
  • 標識
  • 全般照明
  • 新たな用途
    • インテリジェンス・トランスポート・システム(ITS)
    • 農村地域での用途:無人の場所を照らす照明
    • 硬化樹脂ベースの歯科充填材
    • バッテリーとの統合
    • その他

第4章 高輝度 LED サプライヤとバリューチェーン

  • バリューチェーン
    • 製造設備及び材料サプライヤ
    • チップ及び設備設計企業
  • 新興地域
    • アジア
  • 主要サプライヤ 5 社
    • Cree
    • Lumileds Inc.
    • Osram Opto Semiconductors
    • 豊田合成
  • 注目すべき新興企業
    • Lamina Ceramics
    • Lednium
    • その他

第5章 2006 〜 2013 年の市場予測

  • 予測方法
  • 収益予測
  • 平均販売価格
  • 出荷量予測(製品/用途別)
  • 収益予測(用途別)


This new report, brought to you jointly by NanoMarkets and CIR, analyzes the world wide market for high brightness LEDs (HB-LEDs). Although there have been recent rumors of industry maturity in this sector recently, our new study finds that HB-LEDs continue to grow rapidly, both in terms of revenues and in terms of new applications. This report is geared to the needs of both managers and investors who must understand the future prospects for the HB-LED markets and where the emerging business opportunities are to be found. Among the areas on which this report provides in-depth guidance are the following:

  • Key design and manufacturing improvements that are enabling HB-LED manufacturers to distinguish themselves in the market and improve yields
  • The impact of new materials platforms such as quantum dots and silicon photonics for the HB-LED market
  • Emerging applications in signage, intelligent transport systems, rural lighting and dentistry and how HB-LEDs are enabling entirely new kinds of products to be designed and manufactured
  • The changing geography of HB-LED markets. In which part of the world are HB-LEDs being bought? In which parts of the world are they being manufactured?
  • Strategies and structure. In this report, we critically appraise the strategies of the major HB-LED manufacturers including their manufacturing and outsourcing strategies and ask the questions -- is there room for start-ups in HB-LEDs anymore? And will there be consolidation in the HB-LED business?

CIR has been tracking the optoelectronics business for more than two decades while NanoMarkets has produced over a dozen reports that offer a unique perspective on the impact of new materials on electronics and semiconductor markets. This report was based on interviews conducted by an international team carrying out interviews on three continents and will be invaluable reading for manufacturers of electronics and lighting products of all kinds as well as the HB-LED manufacturers themselves -- and, of course, investors. The report includes detailed forecasts broken out by type of product and application.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

E.1 Key Opportunities and Strategies in the HB-LED Market
E.2 Manufacturer and OEM Perspectives
E.2.1 The Manufacturing Perspective
E.2.2 The OEM Perspective
E.3 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts of Worldwide HB-LED Market
E.4 The Bottom Line

Chapter One  Introduction

1.1 High Brightness LEDs—The Light Keeps Shining
1.2 Why HB-LEDs Are So Big
1.3 HB-LEDs – Lighting the Way to a Bright Future
1.4 Brightness is the Dark Side of HB-LEDs
1.5 Realizing the Rainbow—From Red LED to Blue LED
1.6 Facing the White Light Challenge
1.7 HB-LED Value Chain—Buyer Motivations
1.8 Key Objectives of the Report
1.9 Research Methodology and Information Sources
1.10 Scope of this Report
1.11 Plan of the Report

Chapter Two LED Technology—What Was and What Will Be

2.1 HB-LED Technology—The Road So Far
2.1.1 Traditional Lighting vs. HB-LEDs—The Technology Perspective
2.1.2 Solid State Lighting—Ushering in a New Phenomenon Wide Band-gap—The Gallium Nitride Story
2.1.3 LED vs. High-Brightness LED
2.2 HB-LEDs—Technical Benefits and Shortcomings
2.2.1 Benefits
2.2.2 Shortcomings
2.3 Advancing LED Research—the Journey Continues
2.4 LED Technology—Implications of Haitz s Law
2.5 HB-LEDs and other SSL Technologies
2.5.1 Organic LEDs
2.5.2 Silicon-Based LEDs
2.5.3 Quantum-Dot LEDs

Chapter Three HB-LED Applications

3.1 The Next Wave of HB-LED Applications
3.2 Backlighting—For Bigger and Brighter Screens
3.2.1 Cell phones—Saying Hello with Style
3.2.2 LCD Backlighting Applications and Large Displays
3.3 Automotive LEDs—Paving a Brighter Road to the Future
3.4 Aviation—A New Light in the Skies
3.5 Traffic Lights – Making Safer Roads
3.6 Signage—The Light You Cannot Ignore
3.6 General Illumination with LEDs
3.7 Emerging Applications
3.7.1 Intelligent Transport Systems
3.7.2 Rural Applications—Bringing Light Where There Was None
3.7.3 Curing Polymer-based Dental Filling Materials
3.7.4 Developing Systems Integrated with Batteries
3.7.5 Other Emerging Applications

Chapter Four HB-LED Suppliers and the HB-LED Value Chain

4.1 HB-LED Value Chain
4.1.1 Production Equipment and Materials Suppliers
4.1.2 Chip and Fixture Designers
4.1.3 Chip and Fixture Designers
4.2 Emerging Regions
4.2.1 What to Watch For in Asia
4.3 The Big-Five Suppliers—Market Shares and Challenges
4.3.1 Cree Inc.
4.3.2 Lumileds Inc
4.3.3 Nichia
4.3.4 Osram Opto Semiconductors
4.3.5 Toyoda Gosei
4.4 Other HB-LED Suppliers—Start-ups and Others to Watch
4.4.1 Lamina Ceramics
4.4.2 Lednium
4.4.3 Other Start-Ups

Chapter Five Eight-Year Forecast: 2006-2013

5.1 Forecasting Methodology
5.1.1 The Approach
5.2 Eight-Year Revenue Forecast
5.2.1 Device Type Forecast by Percentage of Revenue 2004-2013
5.3 Average Selling Price Declines–HB-LEDs
5.4 Unit Forecasts – HB-LEDs
5.4.1 Unit Forecasts—By Application
5.4.2 Revenue Forecasts—By Application Application Forecast by Percentage of Revenue 2004-2013

Appendix A

List of Exhibits

Exhibit E-1 Major HB-LED Manufacturers
Exhibit E-2 Eight-Year HB-LED and UHB-LED Revenue Forecast ($ Millions)
Exhibit E-3: Applications Driving the HB-LED Industry
Exhibit 1-1: The Biggest Drivers for the HB-LED industry (2000-2020)
Exhibit 2-1 HB-LED Technology
Exhibit 2-3: Lumens per package have doubled nearly every 18-24 months
Exhibit 3-1: Share of HB-LED Applications in 2005
Exhibit 3-2 Major Applications of HB-LEDs
Exhibit 3-3: HB-LED Usage in Cell-phones
Exhibit 3-4: World s Largest High-definition Television Screen, Turner Field Atlanta
Exhibit 3-5: Audi Allroad – The All-LED Headlight Car
Exhibit 3-6 Lighting Applications in Automotives
Exhibit 3-7: The Boeing 787 –Sky
Exhibit 3-8: LED Traffic Lights and LED Signals
Exhibit 3-9: CITGO Sign of Boston – The LED Makeover
Exhibit 3-10 Light Sources and their Characteristics
Figure 3-11: Rising Lumens/Watt of HB-LEDs
Exhibit 3-12 Other Emerging Applications of HB-LEDs
Exhibit 4-1: Key Players in the HB-LED Value Chain
Exhibit 4-2 Domestic LED Manufacturing Firms in Mainland China
Exhibit 4-3 LED Manufacturers in Taiwan
Exhibit 4-4 Disputes and Deals in White HB-LEDs
Exhibit 4-5: Market Share of Major HB-LED Manufacturers in 2004
Exhibit 4-6 Other LED Suppliers
Exhibit 4-7 Other Interesting Start-ups
Exhibit 5-1 Eight-Year Forecast of LED Revenue and Growth
Exhibit 5-2: LED Industry Revenue Forecast, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-3: LED Industry Revenue Percent Growth Forecast, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-4 Eight-Year Revenue Forecast of LED Device Type by Percentage
Exhibit 5-5: Revenue Forecast of LED Device Type by Percentage, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-6 Eight-Year Revenue Forecast of LED by Device Type ($Millions)
Exhibit 5-7 Eight-Year Forecast of Average Selling Prices of HB-LEDs ($)
Exhibit 5-8: Average Selling Price, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-9 Eight-Year HB-LED Revenue Forecasts (Unit Millions)
Exhibit 5-10: HB-LED Unit Forecasts, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-11 Eight-Year HB-LED Unit Forecast by Application (Unit Millions)
Figure 5-12: HB-LED Unit Forecast by Application Type, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-13 Eight-Year HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type ($ Millions)
Exhibit 5-14: HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type, 2004-2013
Exhibit 5-15 Eight-Year HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type (Percentage)
Exhibit 5-15-1: HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type, 2005
Figure 5-15-2: HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type, 2010
Figure 5-15-3: HB-LED Revenue Forecast by Application Type, 2013
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