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ピエゾアクチュエーターおよびモーター:各種タイプ・アプリケーション・開発動向・産業構造・世界市場

Piezoelectric Actuators and Motors - Types, Applications, New Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets

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ピエゾアクチュエーターおよびモーター:各種タイプ・アプリケーション・開発動向・産業構造・世界市場 Piezoelectric Actuators and Motors - Types, Applications, New Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets
出版日: 2013年10月30日 ページ情報: 英文 156 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界のピエゾアクチュエーターおよびモーター市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、ピエゾ技術の概要、アクチュエーターおよびモーターの各種タイプ、各種アプリケーション、価格構造、特許情報、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

イントロダクション

エグゼクティブサマリー

産業概要

  • 産業力学
  • 産業構造

技術概要

  • ピエゾ機械学
  • シンボルと定義
  • ピエゾセオリー
  • ピエゾ材料(圧電材料)
  • ピエゾアクチュエーターの各種タイプ
  • ピエゾモーターの各種タイプ
  • ピエゾアクチュエーターおよびモーターの材料

アプリケーション

  • ミクロンからナノスケールモーション関連のアプリケーション
  • 携帯用カメラおよびその他の商用市場におけるオートフォーカスアプリケーション
  • マイクロスコープレンズのオートフォーカスおよびズームミラー調整、超高精度画像向け画像安定化および解像度向上(非消費者カメラアプリケーション)
  • 自動車用燃料噴射装置
  • マイクロポンプ・ピエゾバルブ・マイクロブロアー
  • プリンター用ピエゾインクカートリッジ
  • その他のアプリケーション分類

価格構造

産業構造・産業力学

  • ビジネスモデル・参入企業
  • 市場力学
  • 競合
  • M&A・子会社売却

世界市場・市場動向

  • アプリケーション別市場
  • 材料別市場
  • 地域別市場

特許・特許分析

  • 特許リスト
  • 特許分析
  • ピエゾ操作アクチュエーター/ウルトラソニックモーターにおける米国の特許活動の国際的概要

企業プロファイル

  • ADVANCED CERAMETRICS
  • ANNON PIEZO TECHNOLOGY CO., LIMITED
  • APC INTERNATIONAL, LTD.
  • VIKING INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
  • ZYVEX

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目次
Product Code: ET-119

Piezoelectric actuators convert electrical energy into a mechanical displacement or stress using a piezoelectric effect. Since piezoelectric elements have excellent responsiveness and conversion efficiency from electrical energy to mechanical energy, various types of piezoelectric actuators utilizing the piezoelectric effect of piezoelectric elements have been developed in recent years. A piezoelectric actuator, which utilizes the piezoelectricity of crystal, has been used widely in a high precision positioning mechanism, since it can control a mechanical displacement at high speed. Piezoelectric actuators have the advantage of a high actuating precision and a fast reaction. Such actuators are components with a high electrical capacity, whereby only part of the electrical energy supplied to the actuators is converted to mechanical energy.

Applications for piezoelectric actuators and motors are based on the purposes and methods of use of systems to which they are applied. The new report has segmented the applications into eight distinct categories.

Piezoelectric actuators are developing into a large component market. Market pull is generated by

  • high demand for ultra-small scale precision motion devices used in manufacturing and inspection equipment, high volume, low cost autofocus assemblies required in phone cameras, and high volume, moderate cost ink printing cartridges used in printers.
  • demand for microactuator medical tools used in minimally invasive surgery and micro-grippers required in manufacturing microsized objects such as stents; and
  • demand for dynamically-driven, high temperature actuators for diesel injector valves in automobiles.

Cost, yield and reliability are important concerns for each of these applications. A number of these concerns relate to basic material science issues in the manufacture of the piezoelectric actuators for these targeted, diversified applications.

This report also deals with ultrasonic motors (USMs) that belong to the class of piezoelectric motors. Due to their specific advantages compared to conventional electromagnetic motors, USMs fill a gap in certain actuato applications. A key advantage of USMs over electromagnetic motors is their compactness, i.e., their high stall torque-mass ratio and high torque at low rotational speed, often making speed-reducing gears superfluous.

Piezoelectric actuators are deemed good candidates for applications that require fine precision, low overall volume and mass, fast time response, low power consumption and low electromagnetic interferences. Piezoelectric actuators are widely used in the semiconductor and microelectronics industries, biology, optics, photonics, telecommunications, and metrology. Typical applications range from gene manipulation, vibration cancellation, fiber optic alignment, machine-tool alignment, and active damping, to hydraulic servo valves, shockwave generation, image stabilization, and wafer-mask alignment.

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

The report examines current products and application areas and provides extensive market data for 2013 and market forecast from 2013 through 2018. It also outlines the competitive landscape, evaluates market opportunities and risks, and anticipates future trends based on a series of factors. With a multi-dimensional and in-depth view of the world piezoelectric device market, this report is ideal for understanding current applications and markets, international market penetration, business expansion, or project feasibility analysis.

This study focuses on key piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors and provides data about the size and growth of these markets, along with company profiles and industry trends. The goal of this report is to provide a detailed and comprehensive multi-client study of the markets in North America, Europe, Japan, China and the rest of the world (ROW) for piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors, as well as potential business opportunities. This report also deals with miniature actuators based on thin-film piezoelectric lead zirconate titanate (PZT), which is one of the most efficient electromechanical coupling transducer materials currently available for microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Piezoelectric MEMS (piezo MEMS) are in use in radio frequency (RF) devices for communications and radar applications and in the emerging field of millimeter-scale robotics. The report also looks into lead-free piezoelectric materials such as bismuth ferrite, BiFeO3 (BFO), and others for construction of actuators used for medical applications. There is growing demand for lead-free piezoelectric actuators for medical applications. The report highlights ongoing research on alternative lead-free piezoelectric materials in order to replace lead-based materials to avoid health hazards.

The objectives include thorough coverage of underlying economic issues driving the piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors business, as well as assessments of new, advanced piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors that are in development. Also covered are legislative pressures for increased safety and environmental protection, as well as users' expectations for economical actuators and motors. Another important objective is to provide realistic market data and forecasts for piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors. This study provides the most thorough and up-to-date assessment on the subject. The study also provides extensive quantification of the many important facets of market development in piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors. This, in turn, contributes to a determination of the kinds of strategic responses companies may adopt in order to compete in these dynamic markets.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Piezoelectric devices, combined with the development of piezoelectric materials, have become a key enabling technology for a wide range of industrial and consumer products. The piezoelectric device market experienced robust growth in last two decades and sustained fairly healthy growth even during the global economic downturns. It will again witness strong growth in the next years, and certain application markets already enjoy double digital growth.

The industrial and manufacturing area is still the largest application market for piezoelectric devices, followed by the automotive industry. However, the strongest demand comes from medical instruments and information and telecommunication, which are gaining ever-increasing importance among piezoelectric device suppliers.

The piezoelectric actuator and motor market is an attractive and still-growing multi-million dollar market characterized by very high production volumes of actuators and motors that must be both extremely reliable and low in cost. Growth in the market continues to be driven by increasing demand in camera phones for autofocus mechanisms, data storage, semiconductors, micro-electronics production, precision mechanics, life science and medical technology, optics, photonics, nanometrology, robots, toys, HVAC control systems, and other applications such as piezo fuel injectors, ink cartridges in printers, micropumps, microgrippers. microsurgery tools and piezoelectric MEMS (piezo MEMS) actuators.

iRAP conducted this study in 2007 and later in 2009. However, with increased demand for these devices, and with improved and emerging technologies as well as applications, iRAP felt a need to conduct a detailed study and update technology developments and markets. The report identifies and evaluates piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors and technologies which show potential growth.

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY

The report covers technology, product analysis, manufacturers' profiles, competitive analysis, raw material suppliers, electronics suppliers, system integrators, material and material cost analysis, market dynamics and patent status of leading players, to provide a complete picture of the status and growth of the piezoelectric actuator market on a global scale from 2013 to 2018.

This study provides the most complete accounting of the current market and future growth in piezoelectric actuators and motors. The study also provides extensive quantification of the important facets of market developments in emerging markets for these actuators and motors, such as China.

SCOPE AND FORMAT

The market data contained in this report quantify opportunities for piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors. In addition to product types, this report also covers the many issues concerning the merits and future prospects of the business, including corporate strategies, information technologies, and the means for providing these highly advanced product and service offerings. This report also covers in detail the economic and technological issues regarded by many as critical to the industry's current state of change. It provides an overview of the piezoelectric actuator and motor industry and its structure, and of the many companies involved in providing these products. The competitive positions of the main players in the market, and the strategic options they face, are also discussed, along with such competitive factors as marketing, distribution and operations.

TO WHOM THE STUDY CATERS

Audiences for this study include marketing executives, business unit managers and other decision makers in piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors companies and companies peripheral to this business. The study will benefit existing manufacturers of actuators and motors who seek to expand revenues and market opportunities through new technology such as piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors, positioned to become a preferred solution for many applications. This study also will benefit users of piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors who deal with actuators where electromagnetic field generation is an issue and operational performance parameters and space are important considerations, such as in autofocus lens mechanisms of camera phones, nanometrology, precision linear/rotary drives, drug delivery systems, antenna array deployment, and other fields such as piezo fuel injectors, ink cartridges in printers, micropumps, microgrippers and microsurgery tools, MEMS piezo, micro air vehicles.

REPORT SUMMARY

A confluence of new piezo-based technology has breathed new capability into the nano- and micropositioning world. Piezoelectric actuators are widely used in the semiconductor and microelectronics industries, biology, optics, photonics, telecommunications, and metrology. More specifically, piezoelectric actuators and motors have been widely applied to eight distinct application areas, including:

  • high-precision micron to nanoscale motion-related applications;
  • autofocus mechanism (AFM) kits in phone and digital cameras;
  • microscope applications for image stabilization and autofocus;
  • automotive fuel injectors;
  • accurate fluid flow applications such as micropumps, piezo valves and microblowers;
  • piezo ink cartridges used in printers;
  • medical/surgical instruments and portable ultrasonic diagnostic devices; and
  • miscellaneous applications such as mini-robots (used as micro air vehicles and unmanned air vehicles), hard disk drives, textile engineering, Braille reading devices, active vibration reduction devices, MEMS piezo actuators, and others.

Piezomotors and actuators typically eliminate any need for gear reduction because they drive loads directly. One way to understand how a piezomotor generates motive force is to examine the SQUIGGLE® motor. It can move with 1,000 times more precision than an electromagnetic motor while hitting nanometer resolutions. In contrast, electromagnetic motors struggle to give micrometer resolution.

Piezo actuation is increasingly suitable for applications formerly addressable only by magnetic motors, and the technology offers significant benefits in terms of size, speed, fieldless-ness, reliability, vacuum compatibility, resolution and dynamics. These benefits, in turn, enable significant advances in existing and new applications. Examples of these applications abound. For instance, optical assemblies of escalating sophistication require multiple axes of nanoprecision alignment that must remain aligned for months of round-the-clock usage. Another example is emerging nano-imprint lithography methods which demand exacting positioning and trajectory control and must retain alignment integrity under significant physical and thermal stresses. Applications range from cell phone cameras to endoscopy and fluid delivery mechanisms, requiring exceedingly small but stiff, responsive, and reliable positioning of optics, probes and shutters. Until recently, these conflicting requirements had no solution.

Major findings of this report are:

  • The 2013 global market for piezoelectric operated actuators and motors was estimated to be $11.1 billion, and the market is estimated to reach $16 billion by 2018, showing an compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.7% per year.
  • The market for piezoelectric-operated actuators and motors in micron- to nanoscale (ultra-small scale precision motion) related applications will be the largest segment in 2013 and projected to grow with a CAGR of 7.6%.
  • The second big segment is autofocus mechanism (AFM) kits used in phone cameras and digital cameras..
  • The third major segment includes microscope lenses autofocus and zoom mirror adjustment, image stabilization for ultra-precision imaging and resolution enhancement which is estimated to grow with a higher CAGR of 15.3%.
  • The remaining is a market mix segment consisting of fuel injectors used in automotives, micropumps, piezo valves, microblowers, piezo ink cartridges used in printers, medical surgery instruments, portable ultrasonic diagnostic devices-mini-robots (used as micro air vehicles), unmanned air vehicles), hard disk drives, textile engineering, Braille reading devices, active vibration reduction devices (e.g., adoptronics), MEMS piezo actuators and similar products.
  • Industrial and manufacturing is still the largest application market for piezoelectric devices, followed by the automotive industry. However, the strongest demand comes from medical instruments and information and telecommunication, which are gaining ever increasing importance among piezoelectric device suppliers.
  • The manufacturers of optics, photonics and nanometrology equipment have been the major consumers of piezoelectric-operated motors and actuators.
  • In terms of types, bulk PZT material-based piezo actuators and motors have the highest market share.
  • In terms of regional market share, North America leads, followed by Europe, Japan, and the balance for China and the rest of the world.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY
  • SCOPE AND FORMAT
  • METHODOLOGY
  • INFORMATION SOURCES
  • TARGET AUDIENCE FOR THE STUDY
  • AUTHOR'S CREDENTIALS
  • AUTHOR'S CREDENTIALS (CONTD.)
  • RELATED STUDIES

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2018
  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS BY APPLICATION, 2013 AND 2018

INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • INDUSTRY DYNAMICS
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 1 COMPANY PRODUCT REFERENCE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND MOTOR MANUFACTURERS, MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS/AMPLIFIER AND CONTROLLER SUPPLIERS
    • TABLE 1 (CONTD.)

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

  • PIEZO MECHANICS
  • SYMBOLS AND DEFINITIONS
    • PIEZOELECTRIC CONSTANTS
    • FIGURE 1 DESIGNATION OF THE AXES AND DIRECTIONS OF DEFORMATION
    • TABLE 2 GENERAL PIEZO SYMBOLS
  • PIEZO THEORY
  • PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIALS
    • FIGURE 2 PZT ELEMENTARY CELL BEFORE AND AFTER POLING (DC FIELD APPLIED)
    • FIGURE 3 ELECTRICAL DIPOLE MOMENTS IN WEISS DOMAINS
  • TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS
  • TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS
  • TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS (CONTD.)
    • FIGURE 4 STANDING WAVE ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • MATERIALS FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS
    • TABLE 3 MATERIAL CONSTANTS OF PIEZOCERAMIC MATERIALS USED IN PIEZOELECTRIC-DRIVEN ACTUATORS AND MOTORS
    • ELECTRODE MATERIALS
    • PZT MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS
      • Hysteresis
      • Creep
      • Extension under load
      • Power dissipation
      • Operation under reverse bias
    • FIGURE 5 HYSTERESIS BEHAVIOR OF PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL
      • Linearity
      • Thermal properties and temperature coefficients
    • MATERIALS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS
    • TABLE 4 MATERIALS USED FOR FABRICATING BASIC PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS
    • TABLE 4 (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 4 (CONTD.)
      • Lead-free piezo materials
    • NEW EMERGING MATERIALS
      • PZN-PT
      • PMN-PT
    • PZT-BASED MEMS DEVICES
      • TABLE 5 TYPICAL MATERIALS USED IN PZT-BASED MEMS DEVICES
    • ELECTRONICS (AMPLIFIERS AND CONTROLLERS) USED WITH PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS
    • PIEZO ELECTRIC MOTORS
      • TABLE 6 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS
      • TABLE 6 (CONTD.)
      • TABLE 6 (CONTD.)
      • TABLE 6 (CONTD.)
      • TABLE 6 (CONTD.)

APPLICATIONS

  • MICRON TO NANO-SCALE MOTION-RELATED APPLICATIONS
    • TABLE 7 TYPES OF BASIC PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FOR ULTRASMALL SCALE PRECISION LINEAR MOTION
    • TABLE 7 (CONTD.)
    • COMMERCIAL DESIGNS IN USE
    • TABLE 8 TYPICAL SHAPE VARIANTS AND BRANDS OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS COMMERCIALIZED FOR SMALL SCALE PRECISION MOTION
    • TABLE 8 (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 8 (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 8 (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 8 (CONTD.)
  • AUTOFOCUS APPLICATIONS IN PHONE CAMERAS AND OTHER COMMERCIAL MARKETS
  • AUTOFOCUS APPLICATIONS IN PHONE CAMERAS AND OTHER COMMERCIAL MARKETS (CONTD.)
    • ULTRASONIC MOTORS USED FOR AUTOFOCUS
    • FIGURE 6 MOBILE PHONE CAMERA AUTOFOCUS MODULE USING PIEZO MOTOR
      • Autofocus mechanism kit in phone and digital cameras (on-board low voltage battery plus amplifier)
      • Case study1: ultra-thin autofocus:
      • Case study 2:
    • TABLE 9 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR MODULES RECOMMENDED FOR AUTOFOCUS PHONE CAMERAS
  • MICROSCOPE LENS AUTOFOCUS AND ZOOM MIRROR ADJUSTMENT, IMAGE STABILIZATION FOR ULTRA-PRECISION IMAGING AND RESOLUTION ENHANCEMENT (NON-CONSUMER CAMERA APPLICATIONS)
  • MICROSCOPE LENS AUTOFOCUS AND ZOOM MIRROR ADJUSTMENT, IMAGE STABILIZATION FOR ULTRA-PRECISION IMAGING AND RESOLUTION ENHANCEMENT (NON-CONSUMER CAMERA APPLICATIONS) (CONTD.)
    • FIGURE 7 USE OF PIEZO ACTUATORS IN SCANNING TUNNEL MICROSCOPY
    • TABLE 10 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS RECOMMENDED FOR AUTOFOCUS IN NON CONSUMER IMAGING SYSTEMS
    • TABLE 10 (CONTD.)
  • FUEL INJECTORS USED IN AUTOMOBILES
  • FUEL INJECTORS USED IN AUTOMOBILES (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 11 TYPES OF PIEZO UNIT INJECTORS
  • MICROPUMPS, PIEZO VALVES, MICROBLOWERS
    • PIEZO MICROMIRRORS, MICROPUMPS AND MICROBLOWERS
    • PIEZO MICROMIRRORS, MICROPUMPS AND MICROBLOWERS (CONTD.)
  • PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES USED IN PRINTERS
  • PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES USED IN PRINTERS (CONTD.)
  • PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES USED IN PRINTERS (CONTD.)
  • PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES USED IN PRINTERS (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 13 MICROVALVE ACTUATORS AND PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES MEDICAL SURGERY INSTRUMENTS AND PORTABLE ULTRASONIC DIAGNOSTIC DEVICES
    • TABLE 14 PIEZO MICROSURGERY TOOLS, MICROGRIPPERS AND MINI-ROBOTS
    • TABLE 14 (CONTD.)
  • OTHER APPLICATION AREAS
    • TABLE 15 ILLUSTRATIONS OF MINI-ROBOTS, MICRO AIR VEHICLES), HARD DISK DRIVE TIPS
    • TABLE 15 (CONTD.)
    • TABLE 15 (CONTD.)
    • HARD DISK TIPS
    • TEXTILE PIEZO SYSTEMS
    • FIGURE 8 PIEZOCERAMIC MODULES ON A CIRCULAR KNITTING MACHINE
    • BRAILLE READING DEVICES FOR THE BLIND
    • FIGURE 9 USE OF PIEZO ACTUATORS IN BRAILLE READING DEVICE
    • ACTIVE VIBRATION REDUCTION TO OPTIMIZE MACHINE PROCESS
      • Mechatronic systems in machine tools
    • PIEZO MEMS ACTUATORS
      • Small-scale robotics
    • TABLE 16 MEMS PIEZO DEVICES
    • TABLE 16 (CONTD.)

PRICE STRUCTURE

  • TABLE 17 PRICE PATTERNS OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR ASSEMBLIES, ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND AMPLIFIERS AVAILABLE COMMERCIALLY IN 2013
  • TABLE 17 (CONTD.)
  • TABLE 17 (CONTD.)
  • TABLE 17 (CONTD.)

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS

  • BUSINESS MODELS AND INDUSTRY PLAYERS
    • BUSINESS MODELS
  • MARKET DYNAMICS
  • COMPETITION
  • MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS AND DIVESTITURES
    • TABLE 18 ACQUISITION DEALS AMONG MANUFACTURERS OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS FROM 2008 TO 2013
    • TABLE 18 (CONTD.)

GLOBAL MARKETS AND MARKET TRENDS

  • MARKET ACCORDING TO APPLICATIONS
    • TABLE 19 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION FROM 2013 TO 2018
    • FIGURE 10 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION FROM 2013 TO 2018
  • MARKET ACCORDING TO MATERIALS USED
    • TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY TYPE OF PIEZO MATERIALS USED FROM 2013 TO 2018
    • TABLE 20 (CONTD.)
    • FIGURE 11 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY TYPE OF PIEZO MATERIALS USED FROM 2013 TO 2018
  • MARKET ACCORDING TO REGIONS
    • TABLE 21 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY REGION FROM 2013 TO 2018
    • FIGURE 12 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY REGION FROM 2013 TO 2018

PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS

  • LIST OF PATENTS
    • RESONANT POWER CONVERTER COMPRISING A MATCHED PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSFORMER ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR MECHANISM
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC LINEAR DRIVE UNIT COMPRISING A HOLLOW CYLINDRICAL OSCILLATOR METHODS FOR REDUCING POWER CONSUMPTION OF AT LEAST PARTIALLY RESONANT ACTUATOR SYSTEMS AND SYSTEMS THEREOF
    • METHODS FOR HYBRID VELOCITY CONTROL OF AT LEAST PARTIALLY RESONANT ACTUATOR SYSTEMS AND SYS TEMS THEREOF
    • LENS ACTUATOR MODULE
    • REDUCED-VOLTAGE, LINEAR MOTOR SYSTEMS AND METHODS THEREOF
    • PIEZOELECTRIC OSCILLATOR AND ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR DEVICE
    • ULTRASONIC MOTORIZED STAGE
    • SOLID-STATE ACTUATOR DRIVE APPARATUS
    • LINEAR DRIVE SYSTEMS AND METHODS THEREOF
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR DRIVE APPARATUS
    • LINEAR DRIVE ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR DRIVING METHOD AND ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • LINEAR ULTRASOUND MOTOR
    • MINIATURIZABLE MOTOR
    • LINEAR ULTRASOUND MOTOR
    • METHOD AND CIRCUIT ARRANGEMENT FOR THE PRECISE DYNAMIC DIGITAL CONTROL OF ESPECIALLY PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FOR MICROPOSITIONING SYSTEMS
    • DRIVE APPARATUS FOR ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • LINEAR DRIVE ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • MINIATURIZABLE MOTOR
    • MICROMOTION MECHANISM HAVING ULTRASONIC MOTOR AND OSCILLATION ELEMENT HOLDING MECHANISM
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR AND VIBRATION DETECTION METHOD FOR ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • LINEAR DRIVE ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • PIEZOELECTRIC ULTRASOUND MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR AND MICROSCOPE STAGE
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR
    • ULTRASONIC MOTOR AND PRESSING MECHANISM OF ULTRASONIC VIBRATOR
    • PIEZOELECTRIC ULTRASOUND MOTOR
    • PIEZO ACTUATOR AND ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION METHOD
    • METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING A PIEZO ACTUATOR
    • PIEZO ACTUATOR COMPRISING MEANS FOR COMPENSATING THERMAL LENGTH MODIFICATIONS AND FUEL INJECTION VALVE COMPRISING A PIEZO ACTUATOR
    • PIEZO-ACTUATOR
  • PATENT ANALYSIS
    • TABLE 22 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES THE ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR MARKETS FROM 2009 THROUGH MARCH-31, 2013
    • FIGURE 13 TOP COMPANIES GRANTED U.S. PATENTS FOR ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FROM 2009 THROUGH 2013
  • INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF U.S. PATENT ACTIVITY IN PIEZOELECTRIC-OPERATED ACTUATORS/ULTRASONIC MOTORS
    • TABLE 23 U.S. PATENTS GRANTED BY ASSIGNED COUNTRY/REGION FOR ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FROM JANUARY 2009 THROUGH MARCH 31, 2013

COMPANY PROFILES

  • ADVANCED CERAMETRICS
  • ANNON PIEZO TECHNOLOGY CO., LIMITED
  • APC INTERNATIONAL, LTD.
  • VIKING INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
  • ZYVEX

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2018
  • TABLE 1 COMPANY PRODUCT REFERENCE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR AND MOTOR MANUFACTURERS, MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS/AMPLIFIER AND CONTROLLER SUPPLIERS
  • TABLE 2 GENERAL PIEZO SYMBOLS
  • TABLE 3 MATERIAL CONSTANTS OF PIEZOCERAMIC MATERIALS USED IN PIEZOELECTRIC-DRIVEN ACTUATORS AND MOTORS
  • TABLE 4 MATERIALS USED FOR FABRICATING BASIC PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS
  • TABLE 5 TYPICAL MATERIALS USED IN PZT-BASED MEMS DEVICES
  • TABLE 6 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS
  • TABLE 7 TYPES OF BASIC PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FOR ULTRASMALL SCALE PRECISION LINEAR MOTION
  • TABLE 8 TYPICAL SHAPE VARIANTS AND BRANDS OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS COMMERCIALIZED FOR SMALL SCALE PRECISION MOTION
  • TABLE 9 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTOR MODULES RECOMMENDED FOR AUTOFOCUS PHONE CAMERAS
  • TABLE 10 TYPES OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS RECOMMENDED FOR AUTOFOCUS IN NON CONSUMER IMAGING SYSTEMS
  • TABLE 11 TYPES OF PIEZO UNIT INJECTORS
  • TABLE 12 PIEZO MICROMIRRORS, MICROPUMPS AND MICROBLOWERS TABLE 13 MICROVALVE ACTUATORS AND PIEZO INK CARTRIDGES
  • TABLE 14 PIEZO MICROSURGERY TOOLS, MICROGRIPPERS AND MINIROBOTS
  • TABLE 15 ILLUSTRATIONS OF MINI-ROBOTS, MICRO AIR VEHICLES), HARD DISK DRIVE TIPS
  • TABLE 16 MEMS PIEZO DEVICES
  • TABLE 17 PRICE PATTERNS OF PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR ASSEMBLIES, ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND AMPLIFIERS AVAILABLE COMMERCIALLY IN 2013
  • TABLE 18 ACQUISITION DEALS AMONG MANUFACTURERS OF PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS FROM 2008 TO 2013
  • TABLE 19 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION FROM 2013 TO 2018
  • TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY TYPE OF PIEZO MATERIALS USED FROM 2013 TO 2018
  • TABLE 21 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY REGION FROM 2013 TO 2018
  • TABLE 22 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES IN THE ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATOR MARKETS FROM 2009 THROUGH MARCH-31, 2013
  • TABLE 23 U.S. PATENTS GRANTED BY ASSIGNED COUNTRY/REGION FOR ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS FROM JANUARY 2009 THROUGH MARCH 31, 2013

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS BY APPLICATION, 2013 AND 2018
  • FIGURE 1 DESIGNATION OF THE AXES AND DIRECTIONS OF DEFORMATION
  • FIGURE 2 PZT ELEMENTARY CELL BEFORE AND AFTER POLING (DC FIELD APPLIED)
  • FIGURE 3 ELECTRICAL DIPOLE MOMENTS IN WEISS DOMAINS
  • FIGURE 4 STANDING WAVE ULTRASONIC MOTOR
  • FIGURE 5 HYSTERESIS BEHAVIOR OF PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL
  • FIGURE 6 MOBILE PHONE CAMERA AUTOFOCUS MODULE USING A PIEZO MOTOR
  • FIGURE 7 USE OF PIEZO ACTUATORS IN SCANNING TUNNEL MICROSCOPY
  • FIGURE 8 PIEZOCERAMIC MODULES ON A CIRCULAR KNITTING MACHINE
  • FIGURE 9 USE OF PIEZO ACTUATORS IN BRAILLE READING DEVICE
  • FIGURE 10 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY APPLICATION
  • FIGURE 11 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY TYPE OF PIEZO MATERIALS USED
  • FIGURE 12 GLOBAL MARKET SIZE/PERCENTAGE SHARE FOR PIEZOELECTRIC MOTORS AND ACTUATORS BY REGION
  • FIGURE 13 TOP COMPANIES GRANTED U.S. PATENTS FOR ULTRASONIC MOTORS AND PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATORS
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