Printed, Organic & Flexible Electronics Market Report

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A descriptive perspective of the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market is provided in the report, which provides a ten-year forecast to its users, in terms of the various categories of the market. The primary aspect of segregation is device type.

The publication draws comparisons in the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market through the types of devices in it, including rigid and flexible, and printed and non-printed.

The publication also deals with a comparison in terms of material costs and process costs.

There are currently more than 3,000 organizations that are involved in the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market. Their fields of operation include printing, materials, packaging, and electronics. Most of the sectors in this market are a part of billion-dollar markets. The market also contains segments that are currently of low commercial value due to their embryonic nature.

Some of the key advantages of using new electronics in the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market are lower cost, flexibility, improved performance, transparency, and enhanced environmental credentials.

The printed, organic, and flexible electronics market also provides huge scope for application sectors to be created in the near future. On the other hand, the extent of the impact of this market on existing electronics categories will be variable according to the type of electronics in question.

The major topic of research in the report is OLED and lighting. Other aspects also covered in detail include flexible sensors and thin film photovoltaic units. These segments are described using case studies, timescales, market forecast, and existing product developments.

Other components of the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market that are thoroughly assessed include OLED displays and lighting, logic and memory, electrochromic displays, electrophoretic displays, bistable displays, thin film batteries, sensors, photovoltaic units, conductors, and sensors.

Other aspects mentioned in the report include hybrid electronics in printed electronic, electronic apparel, stretchable electronics, unconventional photovoltaic cells, progress of low cost electronics, and applications of printed electronics.

A detailed section in the report covers more than 1,000 of the leading players in the printed, organic, and flexible electronics market. The list includes top companies including Kunshan Hisense Electronics, Plastic Logic, Merck KGaA, Samsung, Kovio Inc, Heraeus GmbH, InkTec Co Ltd, Fujifilm Dimatix, DuPont Microcircuit Materials, Soligie, Bayer MaterialScience AG, NovaCentrix, Heliatek GmbH, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, ITRI Taiwan, Philips Corporate Technologies, Henkel,GSI Technologies LLC, Optomec, Agfa Materials, Thin Film Electronics, PolyIC, Toppan Forms, Coatema Coating Machinery, TNO Holst Centre, Showa Denko, Corning, BASF, Dai Nippon Printing, University of Tokyo, Cambrios Technologies Corp, Toppan Printing, E Ink Holdings, Evonik, Hewlett Packard, and Printechnologics.

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