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RFIDの世界市場:予測・企業・機会 2018年〜2028年

RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2018-2028

発行 IDTechEx Ltd. 商品コード 243391
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RFIDの世界市場:予測・企業・機会 2018年〜2028年 RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2018-2028
出版日: 2018年11月07日 ページ情報: 英文 266 Slides, 60 Tables, 90 Figures
概要

RFID市場全体の規模は、2018年の110億米ドルから2022年には134億米ドルへ拡大すると予測されています。これにはRFIDラベル向けタグ、リーダー、およびソフトウェア/サービス、ならびにパッシブ・アクティブRFID双方向けのカード、フォブおよびその他のあらゆるフォームファクターが含まれます。

当レポートは、世界のRFID市場について調査し、パッシブRFIDの各周波数帯におけるタグ数、平均販売価格 (ASP) 、市場規模 (金額ベース) の10ヵ年予測、バッテリアシステッドパッシブ/アクティブRFIDの10ヵ年予測、および各分類におけるRFIDリーダーの出荷高・ASP・市場規模 (金額ベース) などを提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー・結論

第2章 イントロダクション、売上実績および市場機会

第3章 アプリケーション・バリューチェーンポジション別の市場

  • RFIDの総市場規模
  • 市場規模 (金額ベース) :タグ価格・用途別
  • 市場規模 (金額ベース) :アプリケーション・ハードウェア・ソフトウェア別
  • 各アプリケーション部門におけるRFIDプロジェクトの普及率
  • アプリケーション部門別の現在・将来のペイバック形態
  • 医療・医薬品
  • 小売り・CPG (消費財)
  • RFIDはより多くの消費者エンゲージメントおよび利用データを提供
  • 家電デバイスにおけるRFIDの内蔵
  • RFIDセンサー
  • パッシブRFIDセンサー (電子) :ケーススタディ
  • プリンテッドエレクトロニクスを用いたパッシブUHF RFIDセンサー
  • RFID (eg. NFC) センサー:ハイブリッドシステム
  • RFIDセンサーICの供給企業の実例およびRFIDセンサー市場規模
  • LGセンシングスマートカード
  • 有機光検出器を用いた薄型指紋センサー
  • GE/Kemsense:従来型RFIDラベル上のバイオセンサー
  • RFIDケーススタディの分析

第4章 パッシブRFID:タグコストのティアダウン分析、市場規模 (金額ベース) および新興技術オプション

  • パッシブRFIDタグ、総数
  • パッシブRFIDタグ、市場規模 (金額ベース)
  • RFIDの範囲 vs. コスト
  • パッシブRFID:技術、動作周波数別
  • パッシブHFおよびUHFタグの構造
  • HF/NFCコイル接触における課題
  • アンテナ技術の選択
  • アンテナ製造技術:比較図
  • RFIDアンテナ:新技術
  • ICアタッチメント、ほか

第5章 パッシブUHF (RAIN) RFID市場データ

  • パッシブUHF (RAIN) RFIDタグ数
  • パッシブUHF (RAIN) RFIDの平均販売価格:アプリケーション別
  • UHF (RAIN) RFIDインレイの総規模 (金額ベース):アプリケーション別
  • パッシブUHF RFID市場の分析
  • 調査手法に関するコメント

第6章 パッシブHF (およびNFC) RFID市場データ

  • パッシブHF (13.56MHz、NFC) RFIDタグ数
  • パッシブHF (13.56MHz) RFIDの平均販売価格:アプリケーション別
  • HF (13.56MHz) RFIDインレイ・カードの総規模 (金額ベース) :アプリケーション別

第7章 パッシブLF RFID市場データ

  • パッシブLF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFIDタグ数
  • パッシブLF (13.56MHz) RFIDの平均販売価格:アプリケーション別
  • LF RFIDインレイ・カードの総規模 (金額ベース) :アプリケーション別

第8章 アクティブRFIDの市場・収益性

  • アクティブRFID市場
  • BLE・LPWAN
  • いくつのLPWAN技術が競合しているのか?
  • LPWAN機能の比較
  • モノのインターネット (IoT)
  • IoT:なぜ今なのか?
  • RFID市場予測:バッテリーアシステッドパッシブRFID、アクティブRFIDタグ数
  • バッテリーアシステッドパッシブ・アクティブRFIDの平均販売価格:アプリケーション別
  • バッテリーアシステッド・アクティブRFIDの総規模 (金額ベース) :アプリケーション別

第9章 RFIDインテロゲーター(RFIDリーダー)市場

  • 概要
  • RFIDインテロゲーター(リーダー)の数
  • RFIDインテロゲーター(リーダー)の価格
  • RFIDインテロゲーター(リーダー)の市場規模 (金額ベース)
  • IoT 低電力ワイヤレスネットワーク・5G:世界の予測、技術、アプリケーション

第10章 市場:国別

  • 主要国
  • アジアのRFID利用:主な結論
  • 米国のRFID利用:主な結論
  • 欧州のRFID利用:主な結論
  • 動向:地域別

第11章 成功、失敗、動向、機会

  • RFIDバリューチェーンの力学
  • タグ製造バリューチェーン
  • 成功・収益
  • RFID企業:総売上高
  • 適応法
  • 最大の発注、ベストセラー製品、将来の支配的サプライヤー
  • ソフトウェア・サービスの最大サプライヤー
  • 装置の供給
  • サマリー・展望

第12章 付録1:RFIDソリューションプロバイダー

目次

"The complete analysis of the global RFID industry"

Creating a $12 billion market in 2020.

IDTechEx Research has analyzed the RFID market for over 19 years. This report provides detailed data and analysis of the entire RFID sector based on our extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and technology providers in the various applicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening. Predominately, our research is conducted through interviews with companies across the value chain (many of whom provide data to us under non disclosure agreements who allow us to aggregate the data into the total) in addition to site visits and conference visits followed by secondary research.

This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture covering passive RFID (for UHF, HF and LF frequencies), battery assisted passive, active RFID and chipless RFID. It provides detailed forecasts and depth unmatched by any other.

IDTechEx find that in 2018, the total RFID market will be worth $11.0 Billion, rising to $13.4 Billion in 2022. This includes tags, readers and software/services for RFID labels, cards, fobs and all other form factors, for both passive and active RFID.

In retail, RFID continues to be adopted for apparel tagging above all other applications by volume - that application alone will demand 8 Billion RFID labels in 2018 - which still has some way to go with RFID penetrating only about 10% of the total addressable market for apparel in 2018. RFID in the form of contactless cards will demand 2.2 Billion cards in 2018, driven by contactless payment, transit and secure access applications. In a completely different sector again, the tagging of animals (such as pigs, sheep and pets) is substantial as it continues to be a legal requirement in many more territories, with 540 million tags being used for this sector in 2018.

In total, IDTechEx expects that 16.4 billion tags will be sold in 2018 versus 15.0 billion in 2017. Most of that growth is from passive UHF RFID (RAIN RFID) labels. However, in 2018 UHF (RAIN RFID) tag sales by value will only be 20% of the value of HF tag sales (including NFC), mainly because HF tags where used for security (such as payments, access etc) have a higher price point versus the cheaper, usually disposable UHF (RAIN) tags used for tagging things.

Market analysis by a huge number of parameters

Using new, unique information researched globally by IDTechEx technical experts, we analyze the RFID market in many different ways. Full analysis by each market is given in great detail including in-depth historic data by application type from 2005 to 2017, followed by a forecast from 2018 and every year thereafter to 2023. We additionally give a long term 2028 outlook.

For passive RFID, forecasts are provided separately for the application areas listed below and for each application area at each frequency we provide the number of tags, average sales price and total value of tags:

In addition, ten year forecasts are provided for battery assisted passive and active RFID.

Additionally, the report provides units, asp and total value for RFID readers in the following categories:

  • UHF Fixed portal
  • UHF Embedded and handheld
  • HF and LF Hand held, fixed, embedded
  • LF Vehicle
  • NFC Cellphone

The research conducted by IDTechEx ultimately provides ten year forecasts by application area including tags, readers, software and services for the following markets:

  • Retail
  • Healthcare and medical
  • Passenger transport/automotive
  • Land, sea logistics and post
  • Animals and farming
  • Airlines and airports
  • Financial, Security
  • Manufacturing
  • Leisure/sports
  • Consumer products
  • Other

Data is also provided for other sectors including trends by territory, value chain positioning, NFC, chip vs chipless and more. Cumulative sales of RFID are analyzed. Progress of key companies is provided in addition to a matrix of hundreds of suppliers.

A rice teardown is conducted for the to main types of passive RFID inlays - UHF and HF RFID.

Interpretation of data

Taking the core data, IDTechEx interprets it in this report to identify aspects such as: Which sectors are booming and which are under performing? Which suppliers and profitable and why? What are the hot sectors? And much more.

For example, after extensive interviews with suppliers, IDTechEx find that there are now emerging or established leaders in most positions of the value chain across the different technologies - yet still very few companies have sales of more than $100 million. There are still many opportunities, which are assessed in this report.

Our level of detailed analysis allows us to account for data throughout the value chain, for example, inlay sales lag the number of IC sales by a number of months which is taken into account in our forecasts.

Who are the winners and emerging winners

Major players in the various parts of the value chain are identified and the big orders and milestones now and in the future are analyzed. Those doing well in numbers sold are sometimes much less impressive in dollars taken and vice versa. Of course, not everyone will want to serve the severely price constrained, highest volume markets. For them, we examine many large niches that are emerging and many smaller opportunities where there is even less competition.

Why IDTechEx

IDTechEx has researched RFID markets, suppliers and technologies since 1999. Our coverage is:

  • Global. Our technical analysts interview companies around the world from bases in four continents.
  • Accurate. Our ongoing research and engagements with most of the significant RFID players in the industry gives us unprecedented detail.
  • Opinionated and proven. We have correctly forecast the times of over and undersupply, opportunities, trends and reality versus hype
  • User driven. We assess markets by the value RFID provides - user pull rather than technology push.

Raw Data

In addition to the report - in PDF format - you will receive access to the key data contained in tables throughout the report.

Analyst access from IDTechEx

All report purchases include up to 30 minutes telephone time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

  • 1.1. Brief History of RFID
  • 1.2. RFID Market 2018-2028
  • 1.3. Total RFID market projections 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.4. Market size by application type 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.5. Largest markets in 2018 vs 2028
  • 1.6. Governments spend big on RFID
  • 1.7. Non-government successes
  • 1.8. Favourite RFID frequencies
  • 1.9. Value chain and RFID tag types
  • 1.10. RFID companies by gross sales
  • 1.11. RFID market forecasts for passive RFID tags by application and frequency
  • 1.12. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 1.13. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart)
  • 1.14. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.15. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 1.16. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application, 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 1.17. RAIN RFID: The Highlights
  • 1.18. UHF (RAIN) RFID Trends
  • 1.19. Boom in 2016
  • 1.20. Number of passive UHF tags 2015, 2016, 2017 in millions
  • 1.21. UHF (RAIN) RFID Tag Value 2014-2023, $ millions
  • 1.22. RAIN RFID ICs versus tag numbers sold
  • 1.23. RAIN RFID IC Sales 2015-2017
  • 1.24. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 1.25. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart)
  • 1.26. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.27. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 1.28. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 1.29. HF/NFC RFID: The Highlights
  • 1.30. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.31. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.32. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 1.33. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards, by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 1.34. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 1.35. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart)
  • 1.36. Change in active RFID systems due to BLE and LPWAN
  • 1.37. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.38. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 1.39. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 1.40. Trends by territory
  • 1.41. Progress with RFID in China
  • 1.42. RFID and IoT
  • 1.43. The IoT Ecosystem
  • 1.44. Impediments to the growth of RFID markets
  • 1.45. Threats to passive RFID: machine vision?
  • 1.46. Outlook for RFID

2. INTRODUCTION, HISTORIC RFID SALES, AND ADDRESSABLE OPPORTUNITY

  • 2.1. RFID
  • 2.2. RFID operating principles
  • 2.3. RFID system choices
  • 2.4. RFID technologies: the big picture
  • 2.5. Passive RFID
  • 2.6. Passive RFID Systems
  • 2.7. Battery Assisted Passive /Semi Active tags
  • 2.8. Examples of Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID sensors
  • 2.9. Active RFID
  • 2.10. Distinguishing things a long way away with active RFID
  • 2.11. Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS)
  • 2.12. Change in Active RFID and RTLS Systems due to BLE and LPWAN
  • 2.13. Chipless/printed RFID
  • 2.14. RFID Sensors: main choices
  • 2.15. RFID sensors
  • 2.16. The RFID value chain
  • 2.17. Examples of the largest suppliers
  • 2.18. Applications of RFID
  • 2.19. Cumulative Sales of RFID
    • 2.19.1. Cumulative Sales of RFID by Application to the beginning of 2018
    • 2.19.2. Cumulative sales chip vs chipless
  • 2.20. Historic RFID tag sales 2005 to 2018
    • 2.20.1. 2005 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.2. 2008 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.3. 2011 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.4. 2014 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.5. 2015 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.6. 2016 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
    • 2.20.7. 2017 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.21. Ultimate potential for different applications
  • 2.22. RFID Standards (ISO)
  • 2.23. UHF (RAIN) RFID Trends
  • 2.24. Four Drivers of RAIN RFID
  • 2.25. EPC Gen2v2
  • 2.26. Near Field Communication (NFC)
  • 2.27. Comparison of NFC enabled devices and contactless smart cards
  • 2.28. RFID Systems/Middleware
  • 2.29. Impediments to highest volume RFID

3. MARKETS BY APPLICATION AND VALUE CHAIN POSITION

  • 3.1. Total RFID Market Size 2018-2028, $ millions
  • 3.2. Market size by tag value by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 3.3. Market size by tag value by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 3.4. Market size by application, hardware and software 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 3.5. Prevalence of RFID projects for each applicational sector
  • 3.6. Future trend of projects for each applicational sector
  • 3.7. Current and future forms of payback by applicational sector
  • 3.8. Healthcare and pharmaceuticals
  • 3.9. Retail and Consumer Packaged Goods
    • 3.9.1. Pallet/ case tagging
    • 3.9.2. Retail apparel, item level
    • 3.9.3. Retail Apparel Payback
    • 3.9.4. Over 100 retailers using RAIN RFID and growing
    • 3.9.5. RFID for anti-counterfeiting - it's the law!
    • 3.9.6. METI, Japan, target 100 billion tags/year by 2025
    • 3.9.7. IDTechEx view on the METI announcement
    • 3.9.8. Case Study: RFID Demand Pull
    • 3.9.9. Airlines and Airports
    • 3.9.10. Military and federal
    • 3.9.11. Postal and courier services
    • 3.9.12. Smart Ticketing and e-Passports
    • 3.9.13. Logistics, Asset Tracking, Manufacturing
    • 3.9.14. Tracking Logistics Containers
    • 3.9.15. RFID tracks automotive body panels
    • 3.9.16. Secure access and contactless payment
    • 3.9.17. Laundry/rented textiles
    • 3.9.18. Animals
  • 3.10. RFID provides more consumer engagement and use data
  • 3.11. RFID embedded in consumer electronics devices
  • 3.12. RFID Sensors
  • 3.13. Passive RFID Sensors (Electronic): Case Studies
  • 3.14. Passive UHF RFID Sensors with Printed Electronics
  • 3.15. RFID (e.g. NFC) sensors: hybrid systems
  • 3.16. Examples of companies supplying RFID sensor ICs and market size for RFID Sensors 2017-2021
  • 3.17. LG Sensing Smart Card: Commercial product with a printed antenna to test water salinity. Launched in 2018 in Korea
  • 3.18. Thin finger print sensors using organic photodetectors
  • 3.19. GE/ Kemsense: BioSensors on conventional RFID labels
  • 3.20. Analysis of RFID case studies

4. PASSIVE RFID: TAG COST TEARDOWN, MARKET VALUE AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS

  • 4.1. Passive RFID tags, total number 2017-2028, billions
  • 4.2. Passive RFID tags, market value, 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 4.3. RFID Range versus cost
  • 4.4. Passive RFID: Technologies by Operating Frequency
  • 4.5. Anatomy of passive HF and UHF tags
  • 4.6. Challenges in contacting HF/NFC coils
  • 4.7. Antenna Technology Choices
  • 4.8. Antenna Manufacturing Technologies: Comparison Table
  • 4.9. RFID Antennas: New Technologies
  • 4.10. IC Attachment
  • 4.11. New chip attach processes coming to market
  • 4.12. Inlay assembly today
  • 4.13. Label Conversion
  • 4.14. Passive RFID price teardown, HF and UHF
  • 4.15. Surviving in a commodity inlay market
  • 4.16. Chipless RFID or Flexible/Printed IC Passive tags
  • 4.17. Latest progress with flexible/printed transistor RFID
  • 4.18. Benefits of flexible/printed logic
  • 4.19. Save on IC attach cost?
  • 4.20. Current work in developing printed transistor RFID
  • 4.21. IMEC / Holst Centre Roadmap
  • 4.22. Thin, flexible 'NFC' ICs come to market for simple wireless barcodes
  • 4.23. Logic-based systems
  • 4.24. Printed electronics enabling multi component integration some use NFC as wireless power
  • 4.25. Threats to passive RFID
    • 4.25.1. Machine vision?
    • 4.25.2. Machine vision item identification: examples of suppliers
    • 4.25.3. Passive Bluetooth

5. MARKET DATA FOR PASSIVE UHF (RAIN) RFID

  • 5.1. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 5.2. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart)
  • 5.3. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 5.4. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Table)
  • 5.5. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application, 2017-2028, $ millions (Chart)
  • 5.6. Analysis of passive UHF RFID markets
  • 5.7. Comment on methodology

6. MARKET DATA FOR PASSIVE HF (AND NFC) RFID

  • 6.1. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 6.2. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart)
  • 6.3. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 6.4. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions(Chart)
  • 6.5. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards, by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)

7. MARKET DATA FOR PASSIVE LF RFID

  • 7.1. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 7.2. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application, US cents
  • 7.3. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards, by application2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 7.4. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)

8. MARKETS AND PROFITABILITY OF ACTIVE RFID

  • 8.1. Active RFID Market
  • 8.2. BLE and LPWAN
  • 8.3. How many competing LPWAN technologies?
  • 8.4. Comparison of LPWAN capabilities
  • 8.5. The Internet of Things
  • 8.6. The Internet of Things: why now?
  • 8.7. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions (Table)
  • 8.8. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions (Chart
  • 8.9. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 8.10. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 8.11. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)

9. MARKET FOR RFID INTERROGATORS (RFID READERS)

  • 9.1. Overview
  • 9.2. RFID Interrogator (reader) numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 9.3. RFID Interrogator (reader) price 2017-2028, US cents
  • 9.4. RFID Interrogator (reader) market value 2018-2023, $ millions (Chart)
  • 9.5. RFID Interrogator (reader) market value 2017-2028, $ millions (Table)
  • 9.6. IoT Low Power Wireless Networks and 5G 2019-2029: Global Forecasts, Technologies, Applications

10. MARKETS BY COUNTRY

  • 10.1. Leading countries
  • 10.2. Asia RFID Use: Key Conclusions
  • 10.3. USA RFID Use: Key Conclusions
  • 10.4. Europe RFID Use: Key Conclusions
  • 10.5. Trends by territory

11. SUCCESSES, FAILURES, TRENDS, OPPORTUNITIES

  • 11.1. Dynamics of the RFID value chain
  • 11.2. Tag manufacturing value chain
  • 11.3. Successes and revenues
  • 11.4. RFID companies by gross sales
  • 11.5. Laws of the marketplace apply
  • 11.6. Largest orders, best selling products, dominant suppliers in future
    • 11.6.1. Largest suppliers of chips
    • 11.6.2. Largest suppliers of tags, inlets, straps and detailed value chain for high volume
    • 11.6.3. Examples of companies in the chip to label value chain
    • 11.6.4. UHF inlay manufacture market share by territory
    • 11.6.5. UHF RFID readers
  • 11.7. Largest suppliers of software and services
  • 11.8. Equipment supply
  • 11.9. Summary and outlook

12. APPENDIX 1: RFID SOLUTION PROVIDERS

TABLES

  • 1.1. Total RFID market projections 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.1. Market size by application type 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.2. Largest markets in 2018 vs 2028
  • 1.3. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.4. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.5. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application, 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 1.6. Boom in 2016
  • 1.7. UHF (RAIN) RFID Tag Value 2014-2023, $ millions
  • 1.8. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.9. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.10. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 1.11. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.12. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.13. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards, by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 1.14. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.15. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.16. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 2.1. Examples of the largest suppliers
  • 2.2. Applications of RFID
  • 2.3. Cumulative Sales of RFID by Application to the beginning of 2018
  • 2.4. Cumulative sales chip vs chipless
  • 2.5. 2005 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.6. 2008 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.7. 2011 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.8. 2014 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.9. 2015 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.10. 2016 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.11. 2017 tag sales in units, ASP, tag value $ millions
  • 2.12. Ultimate potential for different applications
  • 2.13. Comparison of NFC enabled devices and contactless smart cards
  • 2.14. Impediments to highest volume RFID
  • 3.1. Total RFID Market Size 2018-2028, $ millions
  • 3.2. Market size by tag value by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 3.3. Market size by application, hardware and software 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 3.4. Prevalence of RFID projects for each applicational sector
  • 3.5. Future trend of projects for each applicational sector
  • 3.6. Current and future forms of payback by applicational sector
  • 3.7. Over 100 retailers using RAIN RFID and growing
  • 4.1. Passive RFID tags, total number 2017-2028, billions
  • 4.2. Passive RFID tags, market value, 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 4.3. Antenna Manufacturing Technologies: Comparison Table
  • 4.4. Passive RFID price teardown, HF and UHF
  • 5.1. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 5.2. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 5.3. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 6.1. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 6.2. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 6.3. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards, by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 7.1. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 7.2. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application, US cents
  • 7.3. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 8.1. Active RFID Market
  • 8.2. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 8.3. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 8.4. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 9.1. RFID Interrogator (reader) numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 9.2. RFID Interrogator (reader) price 2017-2028, US cents
  • 9.3. RFID Interrogator (reader) market value 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 11.1. UHF inlay manufacture market share by territory
  • 12.1. Appendix 1: RFID Solution Providers

FIGURES

  • 1.1. Total RFID market projections 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.2. Market size by application type 2017-2028, $ billions
  • 1.3. RFID companies by gross sales
  • 1.4. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 1.5. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.6. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 1.7. Number of passive UHF tags 2015, 2016, 2017 in millions
  • 1.8. UHF (RAIN) RFID Tag Value 2014-2023, $ millions
  • 1.9. RAIN RFID ICs versus tag numbers sold
  • 1.10. RAIN RFID IC Sales 2015-2017
  • 1.11. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 1.12. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.13. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 1.14. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 1.15. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.16. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 1.17. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 1.18. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 1.19. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 1.20. Trends by territory
  • 1.21. The IoT Ecosystem
  • 2.1. RFID system choices
  • 2.2. RFID technologies: the big picture
  • 2.3. Passive RFID Systems
  • 2.4. Examples of Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID sensors
  • 2.5. Active RFID
  • 2.6. Distinguishing things a long way away with active RFID
  • 2.7. Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS)
  • 2.8. RFID Sensors: main choices
  • 2.9. RFID sensors
  • 2.10. The RFID value chain
  • 2.11. Applications of RFID
  • 2.12. UHF (RAIN) RFID Trends
  • 2.13. Four Drivers of RAIN RFID
  • 2.14. RFID Systems/Middleware
  • 3.1. Total RFID Market Size 2018-2028, $ millions
  • 3.2. Market size by tag value by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 3.3. Market size by application, hardware and software 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 3.4. RFID Sensors
  • 3.5. Passive UHF RFID Sensors with Printed Electronics
  • 3.6. Examples of companies supplying RFID sensor ICs and market size for RFID Sensors 2017-2021
  • 3.7. LG Sensing Smart Card: Commercial product with a printed antenna to test water salinity. Launched in 2018 in Korea
  • 3.8. Thin finger print sensors using organic photodetectors
  • 3.9. GE/ Kemsense: BioSensors on conventional RFID labels
  • 3.10. Analysis of RFID case studies
  • 4.1. Passive RFID tags, total number 2017-2028, billions
  • 4.2. Passive RFID tags, market value, 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 4.3. RFID Range versus cost
  • 4.4. Passive RFID: Technologies by Operating Frequency
  • 4.5. Anatomy of passive HF and UHF tags
  • 4.6. Challenges in contacting HF/NFC coils
  • 4.7. RFID Antennas: New Technologies
  • 4.8. IC Attachment
  • 4.9. Label Conversion
  • 4.10. Benefits of flexible/printed logic
  • 4.11. Save on IC attach cost?
  • 4.12. Current work in developing printed transistor RFID
  • 4.13. IMEC / Holst Centre Roadmap
  • 4.14. Thin, flexible 'NFC' ICs come to market for simple wireless barcodes
  • 4.15. Printed electronics enabling multi component integration some use NFC as wireless power
  • 4.16. Machine vision item identification: examples of suppliers
  • 4.17. Passive Bluetooth
  • 5.1. Passive UHF (RAIN) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 5.2. Average sales price of passive UHF (RAIN) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 5.3. Total Value of UHF (RAIN) RFID inlays by application, 2017-2028, $ millions
  • 6.1. Passive HF (13.56MHz, NFC) RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 6.2. Average sales price of passive HF (13.56MHz) RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 6.3. Total value of HF (13.56MHz) RFID inlays and cards by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 7.1. Passive LF (125KHz, 134KHz) RFID tag numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 7.2. Average sales price of passive LF (13.56MHz) RFID by application, US cents
  • 7.3. Total value of LF RFID inlays and cards, by application2018-2023, $ millions
  • 8.1. How many competing LPWAN technologies?
  • 8.2. Comparison of LPWAN capabilities
  • 8.3. The Internet of Things
  • 8.4. The Internet of Things: why now?
  • 8.5. RFID market forecasts for battery assisted passive RFID, active RFID tag numbers 2018-2023, millions
  • 8.6. Average sales price of battery assisted passive and active RFID by application 2017-2028, US cents
  • 8.7. Total value of battery assisted and active RFID by application 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 9.1. RFID Interrogator (reader) numbers 2017-2028, millions
  • 9.2. RFID Interrogator (reader) price 2017-2028, US cents
  • 9.3. RFID Interrogator (reader) market value 2018-2023, $ millions
  • 10.1. Leading countries
  • 10.2. Trends by territory
  • 11.1. Dynamics of the RFID value chain
  • 11.2. Tag manufacturing value chain
  • 11.3. RFID companies by gross sales
  • 11.4. Laws of the marketplace apply
  • 11.5. Largest suppliers of tags, inlets, straps and detailed value chain for high volume
  • 11.6. Examples of companies in the chip to label value chain
  • 11.7. UHF RFID readers
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