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世界のOLEDディスプレイ予測・技術 - フレキシブル・フォーダブルディスプレイの台頭:2019年〜2029年

Global OLED Display Forecasts and Technologies 2019-2029: The Rise of Flexible and Foldable Displays

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世界のOLEDディスプレイ予測・技術 - フレキシブル・フォーダブルディスプレイの台頭:2019年〜2029年 Global OLED Display Forecasts and Technologies 2019-2029: The Rise of Flexible and Foldable Displays
出版日: 2018年09月30日 ページ情報: 英文 262 Slides
概要

世界のOLED産業は、2018年の255億米ドルから2019年には303億米ドルへ拡大する見込みです。2016年から2018年にかけては、主に中国、韓国、日本、および台湾を拠点とするパネルメーカーによってOLEDディスプレイ産業へ150億米ドル以上が投資されています。

当レポートでは、世界におけるOELDディスプレイの市場および技術について調査し、市場セグメント別の詳細な10ヵ年予測、プリンテッドOLEDディスプレイの現況、OLEDバリューチェーンにおける技術と企業、直接インタビューに基づいた企業プロファイルなどをまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 OLED技術

  • OLEDディスプレイの促進要因
  • OLED vs. LCD
  • OLEDの作動メカニズム
  • OLEDディスプレイサイズ
  • OLED vs. LCD:カラー、ほか

第3章 フレキシブル、フォーダブル、およびプラスチックOLEDディスプレイ

  • フレキシブルAMOLEDディスプレイのロードマップおよびフレキシブルエレクトロニクスデバイス
  • フレキシブルに向けた第一歩:プラスチック基板上のOLED
  • プラスチック・フレキシブルAMOLEDの台頭
  • ケーススタディ:Apple Watch
  • ケーススタディ:Motorola shatterproof screen 、ほか

第4章 OLEDマテリアルスタック

  • OLEDの仕組みとは?
  • RGB vs. 白色OLED
  • 蛍光OLEDマテリアル (FL)
  • リン光OLED (PhOLED)
  • RGB OLED におけるマテリアルの進化、ほか

第5章 OLEDディスプレイへのプリント

  • 業界はプリントをまだ諦めていない
  • インクジェットプリントは製造コストを下げる可能性
  • インクジェットプリントOLEDディスプレイ
  • インクジェットプリント:価値があるのか?
  • ディスプレイにおけるRGBインクジェットプリント、ほか

第6章 バリアフィルム・薄膜封止 (TFE)

  • 薄膜封止 (TFE)
  • なぜOLEDにバリアが必要なのか?
  • OLEDのバリアの必要性のサマリー
  • プラスチック基板は要件を満たさない
  • フレキシブルバリアマテリアルの課題、ほか

第7章 透明導電膜 (TCF)

  • さまざまな透明導電膜 (TCF)
  • ITOフィルムの欠点:フレキシビリティ
  • ITOフィルムの欠点:広範囲にわたる限られたシート導電性
  • シルバーナノワイヤーの透明導電膜 (TCF) :原理
  • シルバーナノワイヤーTCF、ほか

第8章 フレキシブルディスプレイ向けフレキシブルタッチセンサー

  • 主要動向:アドオンから組込みへの移行
  • 主要動向:フレキシブルOLEDディスプレイの台頭

第9章 その他のOLEDディスプレイ機能

  • OLEDパネルを必要とするアンダー/イン - ディスプレイ指紋センサー
  • 最新機能:フラットパネルスピーカー
  • Samsungのディスプレイはサウンドレシーバーを統合

第10章 フレキシブルOLEDディスプレイ:企業活動

  • 世界のOLED生産ライン
  • Samsung Display (SDC)
  • LGBOE Display (LGD)
  • Tianma
  • Visionox
  • JOLED
  • JDI
  • AUO
  • Changhong
  • Skyworth
  • Royole
  • デンソー
  • Duskan、ほか

第11章 OLEDディスプレイ:市場区分・予測

  • OLEDディスプレイ市場:金額ベース・面積ベース
  • OLEDディスプレイ予測:金額ベース
  • OLEDディスプレイ予測:面積ベース
  • OLEDディスプレイ面積:フォームファクター別 (リジッド vs. フレキシブル)
  • OLEDディスプレイのパネル数:フォームファクター別 (リジッド vs. フレキシブル) 、ほか

第12章 量子ドットディスプレイ

  • 量子ドットとは?
  • 量子ドット:主な特徴
  • ディスプレイ向けカラー基準
  • LEDバックライトがカラーパフォーマンスを下げる仕組み
  • 100% sRGBはQD無しで達成可能、ほか

第13章 フレキシブル電気泳動 (Eペーパー) ディスプレイ

  • 電気泳動およびその他の双安定状態
  • 電気泳動e-リーダーの減少 - 次は何か?
  • 聖杯:カラーEペーパーディスプレイ
  • フィルター無しのEインクによる新しいカラーディスプレイ
  • サイネージ、ほか

第14章 フレキシブルLCDディスプレイ

  • フレキシブルLCD
  • オーガニックLCD
  • JDI
  • フレキシブルLCD:結論

第15章 その他のフレキシブルディスプレイ

  • エレクトロウェッティングディスプレイ
  • エレクトロウェッティングディスプレイ:Liquavista
  • エレクトロウェッティングディスプレイ:Etulipa
  • エレクトロクロミックディスプレイ
  • Ynvisible のエレクトロクロミックディスプレイ、ほか

第16章 フレキシブル照明:LEDとOLED

  • OLED vs. LED照明の価値命題
  • OLED照明:固体、省エネ、コールド、表面放出、フレキシブル....?
  • OLED照明の状況
  • 既存企業が定めるコストの課題 (無機LED)
  • OLED vs. LED照明の比較、ほか
目次

Title:
Global OLED Display Forecasts and Technologies 2019-2029:
The Rise of Flexible and Foldable Displays

Technology analysis and detailed forecasts by market segment and display type; with additional assessment of Quantum Dot Displays, E-Paper Displays and other Flexible Displays.

This report provides a comprehensive assessment of OLED display technologies and markets in addition to the progress with other emerging display technologies including quantum dots and electrophoretic displays.

Analysis and Forecasts of OLED Markets to 2029

Detailed trends, supplier information and market forecasts are provided on a global basis for the following applications of OLED displays:

  • Cellphones
  • Tablet and Computers
  • TV
  • Automotive
  • Wearable
  • Industrial and Professional Equipment
  • MICRO OLED
  • Other: Gaming Consoles, Cameras, Appliances, Other Consumer Electronics

For each of the above, the market size is provided for the years 2017-2029 in addition to total display area in sq meters.

Additionally, data is broken out by form factor for the following categories:

  • Glass based OLED displays
  • Flexible / Rigid plastic based OLED displays
  • Flexible / Foldable OLED displays

The data and forecasts given are the result of extensive research including interviews with key providers of OLED materials, manufacturing equipment, panel makers and OEMs. For each of the applications above IDTechEx provides detailed assessments of the markets including the technology requirements, technology roadmap and the impact of competitive technologies, which all feed in to the forecasting model.

In 2018, the OLED industry will be worth $25.5Bn, rising to $30.3Bn in 2019. Over $15Bn has been invested in the OLED display industry from 2016 to 2018 with panel makers mainly based in China, Korea, Japan and Taiwan. The investment is coming from the need to differentiate products with better screens and new form factors, with plastic based OLEDs becoming the norm (in rigid format) leading to truly flexible OLED displays - foldable displays being the first commercial example of that, expected in 2019.

OLEDs for cellphones dominate the OLED sector, comprising of 81% of the market revenue in 2018. The second largest sector are OLED TVs which are 16% of the total market by revenue in 2018. Despite being 16% of the revenue, OLED TVs are 40% of the market by area of display. Therein is the challenge for larger area displays - cellphones have smaller displays and can command premium margins, but larger devices (including tablets) typically have lower price points and lower margins but need larger, more expensive screens (albeit with lower resolution). The third largest OLED application is wearables, which is 2% of the total OLED display market value and 0.4% by area in 2018. The thinness, flexibility and appearance of the display are desirable versus LCDs.

Historic data for 2017 is provided as a reference in addition to forecasts to 2029. Data includes OLED displays split by application and area (disguised sample shown below) and value.

OLED Technologies Appraised - Processes, Unmet Needs, Roadmaps

In separate chapters, the report assesses each of the main layers of OLED displays including substrates, thin film transistors (TFTs), materials, barrier layers, transparent conductive film and manufacturing processes.

Options for each are assessed and compared, identifying which are being used by which application. Key players and their progress are identified.

The technology assessment also includes matching the technology against the market need. For example, the impact of the Rec.2020 digital standard for next generation ultra HD displays, to the roadmap from glass based displays to foldable displays, to the progress with printed displays and how the materials and manufacturing processes used are changing to enable that.

Latest Activities of OLED Companies

The latest activities of OLED companies are covered, including their state-of-the-art capability, technology and, where applicable, OLED manufacturing capacity. OLED panel makers/display providers covered include:

  • Samsung
  • LG Display
  • AUO, Sony
  • JOLED
  • BOE
  • CSOT
  • EverDisplay (EDO)
  • Tianma
  • Visionox
  • Skyworth

Quantum Dot Displays

In assessing the display industry the report also covers the advancement of Quantum Dot Displays in different guises of

  • Edge Optic
  • Film Type
  • Color Filter
  • On Chip
  • Emissive

Each of these options are assessed with the outlook for versus OLED displays for different market types. Ten year forecasts are ultimate provided showing the share of the market of these different technology types.

Other Flexible Displays & lighting

The report also assesses other flexible display and lighting types, including for each the players, technologies, commercial success and applications. Technologies covered include

  • Electrophoretic displays
  • Flexible LCD displays
  • Electrowetting displays
  • AC electroluminescent displays
  • Thermochromic displays
  • Electrochromic displays
  • OLED lighting
  • Flexible LED lighting

Complete assessment of current and emerging flexible display technologies and markets

IDTechEx has been tracking the display industry since 2001. This report gives a detailed, impartial and realistic appraisal of the markets and technologies, leveraging the full expertise of our analysts and the direct interviews with companies in the value chain. Key features of this report include:

  • Detailed 10-year forecasts by market segment, by value and display area
  • Detailed 10-year forecasts by display type (AMOLED rigid glass, AMOLED flexible / rigid plastic, AMOLED flexible / foldable, PMOLED, segmented, and microdisplays)
  • 2017-2018 OLED data
  • 10 year forecast of Quantum Dot Displays by type
  • The current status on printed OLED displays
  • Technologies and players in the OLED value chain (substrate, backplane, transparent conductor, barrier film)
  • Company profiles based on direct interviews
  • Quantum Dot Displays
  • Electrophoretic displays
  • Other flexible displays
  • OLED lighting and flexible LED lighting

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Drivers for Display Innovation: OLED Displays
  • 1.2. Evolution of the OLED industry
  • 1.3. Investments in OLED Displays
  • 1.4. Global OLED Production Capacity
  • 1.5. Drivers for Display Innovation: QDOT, MicroLED, E-Paper and Beyond
  • 1.6. OLED Display Market 2017-2018 by Value and SQ Meters
  • 1.7. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 by Value
  • 1.8. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 by Area (Sq Meters)
  • 1.9. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 Area (sqm) by Form Factor (Rigid versus Flexible)
  • 1.10. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029, Panel Numbers by Form Factor (Rigid versus Flexible)
  • 1.11. OLED Displays for Cellphones 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.12. When will foldable displays take off?
  • 1.13. Nubia to launch the first foldable display in 2018? Samsung and Huawei hot on their heels
  • 1.14. OLED Displays for Tablets and Computers 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.15. OLED Displays for TV 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.16. OLED Displays for TV: Outlook
  • 1.17. OLED Displays for Automotive 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.18. OLED Displays for Wearables 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.19. OLED Displays for Industrial and Professional Equipment 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.20. OLED Displays for Microdisplays 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.21. OLED Displays for Other Applications 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 1.22. Ten-year forecast for different QD solutions in displays in area by M sqm (film, color filter, on chip, edge optic, emissive QLED, etc.)

2. OLED TECHNOLOGIES

  • 2.1. Drivers for OLED displays
  • 2.2. OLED vs. LCD
  • 2.3. OLED operating mechanism
  • 2.4. OLED Display Sizes
  • 2.5. OLED versus LCD: Colors
  • 2.6. Why choose OLED over LCD?
  • 2.7. OLED power consumption can be lower than LCD
  • 2.8. Evolution of the OLED industry
  • 2.9. Evolution of Form Factors of Displays for Cellphones and Tablets
  • 2.10. Detailed history of OLED display
  • 2.11. Market is still currently dominated by mobile phones
  • 2.12. More than 1 billion mobile AMOLED displays shipped by Samsung by 2016
  • 2.13. Smartphones: AMOLED gaining market shares
  • 2.14. OLED Tablets are getting bigger and more affordable
  • 2.15. Product trends: Bigger, better, faster
  • 2.16. Large Area OLEDs: "White OLED" approach for TVs
  • 2.17. The White OLED approach
  • 2.18. LG supplies OLED panels to TV manufacturers
  • 2.19. Competition in the TV market
  • 2.20. The challenge of Rec 2020
  • 2.21. New standard for Ultra HD
  • 2.22. QLED: the next generation of OLED?
  • 2.23. Main advantages over OLED
  • 2.24. Samsung: quantum dots and the OLED dilemma

3. FLEXIBLE, FOLDABLE AND PLASTIC OLED DISPLAYS

  • 3.1. Roadmap towards flexible AMOLED displays and flexible electronics devices
  • 3.2. First step towards flexible: OLED on plastic substrate
  • 3.3. The rise of plastic and flexible AMOLED
  • 3.4. Case study: the Apple Watch
  • 3.5. Case study: Motorola shatterproof screen
  • 3.6. Key components needed for flexible AMOLED displays
  • 3.7. From rigid OLED, to flexible and foldable OLED
  • 3.8. Two different methods to manufacture on plastic
  • 3.9. Choice of flexible substrates
  • 3.10. Rayitek: rising challenger to Kolon on c-PI substrates?
  • 3.11. Three TFT technologies for flexible displays
  • 3.12. TFT technologies for flexible displays
  • 3.13. Metal Oxide production process
  • 3.14. IGZO enables large sized OLED TVs
  • 3.15. Challenges with Organic TFTs
  • 3.16. Apple LTPO Backplane: Power Saving By Combining LTPS and IGZO

4. OLED MATERIAL STACK

  • 4.1. How do OLEDs work?
  • 4.2. RGB vs White OLED
  • 4.3. Fluorescence OLED materials (FL)
  • 4.4. Phosphorescent OLED (PhOLED)
  • 4.5. Evolution of materials in RGB OLED
  • 4.6. Evolution of materials in WOLED
  • 4.7. OLED Materials: Supplier Landscape and Market Shares
  • 4.8. TADF: next class of materials?
  • 4.9. TADF: Latest results
  • 4.10. Hybrid TADF + Fluorescence OLED
  • 4.11. General material comparison
  • 4.12. How are the materials deposited today?
  • 4.13. FMM limits scale, material utilization and PPI
  • 4.14. OLED photolithography: the need?
  • 4.15. The High PPI need for OLED displays
  • 4.16. Photolithography polymer OLED
  • 4.17. High PPI with photolith on small molecular OLEDs

5. PRINTING OLED DISPLAYS

  • 5.1. The industry has not given up on printing yet
  • 5.2. Inkjet printing can potentially lower production costs
  • 5.3. Inkjet printing OLED displays
  • 5.4. Inkjet printing: is it worth it?
  • 5.5. R G B inkjet printing in displays
  • 5.6. Printed OLED Displays: Kay Players
  • 5.7. Printed OLED TVs
  • 5.8. Inkjet Printing for OLEDs
  • 5.9. Inkjet printed AMOLED finally commercial?
  • 5.10. JOLED Printed OLED Strategy
  • 5.11. Solution processed performance level (green)
  • 5.12. Solution processed performance level (red)
  • 5.13. Solution processed performance level (blue)
  • 5.14. Performance of solution process vs VTE: lifetime
  • 5.15. UDC: Organic vapour jet printing
  • 5.16. Organic Vapor Jet Deposition (OVJD)
  • 5.17. Performance of OVJD
  • 5.18. Fraunhofer IAP'S ESJET printing
  • 5.19. Sumitomo Chemical and CDT
  • 5.20. Printing the TFT backplane

6. BARRIER FILMS AND THIN FILM ENCAPSULATION

  • 6.1. Thin film encapsulation
  • 6.2. Why do we need barriers for OLEDs?
  • 6.3. Summary of barrier needs for OLEDs
  • 6.4. Plastic substrates fall short of requirements
  • 6.5. Challenges with flexible barrier materials
  • 6.6. General approaches towards high performance encapsulation
  • 6.7. Encapsulation
  • 6.8. The basis of the multi-layer approach
  • 6.9. Status of R2R barrier films in performance, web width and readiness/scale
  • 6.10. From glass to multi-layer films to multi-layer inline thin film encapsulation
  • 6.11. TFE is the technology of choice now for plastic and flexible OLED displays
  • 6.12. Trends in in-line TFE: reducing thickness by cutting the number of layers in the barrier stack
  • 6.13. Trends in TFE: Past, present and future of deposition methods
  • 6.14. Inkjet deposition of organic coating
  • 6.15. How inkjet printing has enabled thin film encapsulation
  • 6.16. Inkjet printing organic layer in thin film encapsulation
  • 6.17. Atomic layer deposition for encapsulation technology: will it give rise to single layer barrier films?
  • 6.18. Ultra flexible thin glass
  • 6.19. Flexible glass: an assessment
  • 6.20. Duskan: organic layer for TFEs
  • 6.21. Multi layer barrier for bottom barrier layer in flexible/rollable displays

7. TRANSPARENT CONDUCTIVE FILMS (TCFS)

  • 7.1. Different Transparent Conductive Films (TCFs)
  • 7.2. ITO film shortcomings: flexibility
  • 7.3. ITO film shortcomings: limited sheet conductivity over large areas
  • 7.4. Silver nanowire transparent conductive films: principles
  • 7.5. Silver nanowire TCFs
  • 7.6. Silver nanowire transparent conductive films: flexibility
  • 7.7. Silver nanowire transparent conductive films: target markets
  • 7.8. Silver nanowire TCF: haze trade-off
  • 7.9. Metal mesh transparent conductive films: operating principles
  • 7.10. Metal mesh: etching
  • 7.11. Metal mesh: Ag halide patterning
  • 7.12. Metal mesh: hybrid
  • 7.13. Metal mesh: improvement in gravure offset printing?
  • 7.14. PEDOT:PSS is now on a par with ITO-on-PET
  • 7.15. Carbon nanotube transparent conductive films: performance
  • 7.16. Carbon nanotube transparent conductive films: performance of commercial films on the market
  • 7.17. Graphene performance as TCF
  • 7.18. Transparent Conductive Film (TCF) Benchmarking
  • 7.19. All ITO alternatives are mechanically flexible
  • 7.20. Major trends: the threat of alternatives and price wars
  • 7.21. Major trends: is there a winning alternative or a one-size-fits all solution?

8. FLEXIBLE TOUCH SENSORS FOR FLEXIBLE DISPLAYS

  • 8.1. Major trends: transition from add-on to embedded
  • 8.2. Major trends: the rise of flexible OLED displays
  • 8.3. Major trends: transition from add-on to embedded
  • 8.4. Major trends: the rise of flexible OLED displays

9. OTHER OLED DISPLAY CAPABILITIES

  • 9.1. Under/in- display fingerprint sensors require OLED panel
  • 9.2. Latest feature: flat panel speaker
  • 9.3. Samsung's display integrated sound receiver

10. FLEXIBLE OLED DISPLAYS: COMPANY ACTIVITY

  • 10.1. Global OLED Production Lines
  • 10.2. Samsung Display (SDC)
  • 10.3. Samsung demonstrates rollable and stretchable display
  • 10.4. Samsung
  • 10.5. LG Display (LGD)
  • 10.6. LG Display
  • 10.7. LG Display: Large area, transparent and flexible OLED display
  • 10.8. BOE
  • 10.9. BOE: Flexible OLED displays
  • 10.10. BOE: flexible and printed OLED displays
  • 10.11. Ink-jet printed display from BOE
  • 10.12. Tinama's flexible OLED display technology
  • 10.13. Tianma
  • 10.14. Visionox: ultra flexible OLED displays
  • 10.15. Visionox: flexible OLED displays
  • 10.16. JOLED's flexible OLED display technology
  • 10.17. JDI
  • 10.18. AUO
  • 10.19. Changhong
  • 10.20. Skyworth
  • 10.21. Royole
  • 10.22. Denso
  • 10.23. Duskan: leading HTL supplier in OLED display industry

11. OLED DISPLAYS: MARKET SEGMENTATION AND FORECASTS

  • 11.1. OLED Display Market 2017-2018 by Value and SQ Meters
  • 11.2. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 by Value
  • 11.3. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 by Area (Sq Meters)
  • 11.4. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029 Area (sqm) by Form Factor (Rigid versus Flexible)
  • 11.5. OLED Display Forecasts 2019-2029, Panel Numbers by Form Factor (Rigid versus Flexible)
  • 11.6. OLED Displays for Tablets and Computers 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.7. OLED Displays for TV 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.8. OLED Displays for Tablets and Computers 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.9. OLED Displays for TV: Outlook
  • 11.10. OLED Displays for TV
  • 11.11. OLED Displays for Automotive 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.12. Automotive
  • 11.13. OLED Displays for Wearables 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.14. OLED Displays for Industrial and Professional Equipment 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.15. OLED Displays for Microdisplays 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value
  • 11.16. OLED Displays for Other Applications 2019-2029, by number of units, form factor and value

12. QUANTUM DOT DISPLAYS

  • 12.1. What are quantum dots?
  • 12.2. Quantum dots: key characteristics
  • 12.3. Color standards for Displays
  • 12.4. How LED backlights reduced color performance
  • 12.5. 100% sRGB can be achieved without QD
  • 12.6. The challenge of Rec 2020
  • 12.7. Displays: benchmarking various integration methods
  • 12.8. Edge optic integration: a technology going obsolete?
  • 12.9. Film type integration: growing commercial success but for how long?
  • 12.10. Colour filter type: approaching commercial readiness?
  • 12.11. On chip integration: improving stability
  • 12.12. Emissive type: how far off from commercial readiness?
  • 12.13. Key materials: Cd based QDs. Why?
  • 12.14. Key issue with Cd based QDs?
  • 12.15. Cd free QDs: Narrowing the performance gap
  • 12.16. Snapshot of readiness level of various QD applications
  • 12.17. Ten-year forecast of change in QD technology mix in display sector (%)
  • 12.18. Flexible Quantum Dot Displays

13. FLEXIBLE ELECTROPHORETIC (E-PAPER) DISPLAYS

  • 13.1. Electrophoretic and other bi-stable displays
  • 13.2. Electrophoretic e-readers decline - what's next?
  • 13.3. The Holy Grail: Color E-paper Displays
  • 13.4. New color display from E Ink without filters
  • 13.5. Signage
  • 13.6. E ink Holdings
  • 13.7. Clearink
  • 13.8. The early years of flexible E-ink displays
  • 13.9. Flexible EPD suppliers in 2018
  • 13.10. Flexterra

14. FLEXIBLE LCD DISPLAYS

  • 14.1. Flexible LCDs
  • 14.2. Organic LCD (FlexEnable)
  • 14.3. JDI
  • 14.4. Flexible LCDs: Conclusions

15. OTHER FLEXIBLE DISPLAYS

  • 15.1. Electrowetting displays
  • 15.2. Electrowetting displays: Liquavista
  • 15.3. Electrowetting displays: Etulipa
  • 15.4. Electrochromic displays
  • 15.5. Ynvisible Electrochromic Displays
  • 15.6. AC Electroluminescent displays
  • 15.7. EL technology
  • 15.8. AC Electroluminescent (EL) Displays
  • 15.9. Thermochromic Displays

16. FLEXIBLE LIGHTING: LED AND OLED

  • 16.1. Value proposition of OLED vs LED lighting
  • 16.2. OLED lighting: solid-state, efficient, cold, surface emission, flexible......?
  • 16.3. OLED Lighting Status
  • 16.4. Cost challenge set by the incumbent (inorganic LED)
  • 16.5. Comparing OLED and LED lighting
  • 16.6. OLED Lighting is more challenging than OLED displays in terms of lifetime and light intensity requirements
  • 16.7. OLED lighting - cost projection
  • 16.8. Market announcements
  • 16.9. Technology progress
  • 16.10. OLED Lighting - market penetration
  • 16.11. OLED lighting value chain
  • 16.12. S2S Lines: OLEDWorks in Aachen (ex-Phillips line)
  • 16.13. S2S lines: LG display: Gen-2 and Gen 5
  • 16.14. R2R line: Konica Minolta
  • 16.15. But why is it so difficult to reduce cost??
  • 16.16. OLED market forecast
  • 16.17. OLED lighting- will it eventually disrupt?
  • 16.18. Printed LED lighting
  • 16.19. Nth Degree - Printed LEDs
  • 16.20. Glossary of Key Terms
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