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|November 27, 2012 09:09 PM EST||
FARMINGTON, Conn., Nov. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- While OLED lighting panels generate nearly $0 in revenue today, by 2020 such panels are forecast to represent a $1.7 billion market. CEOs, business development and marketing professionals, investors, market watchers, and students who want to take advantage of the nascent boom in this market are invited to preview new market research reports available immediately from world-leading research aggregator Global Information Inc.
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OLED For Lighting
OLED revenue has been driven mainly by display applications (such as smartphones), but the industry has also begun targeting the lighting market based on the technology specificities, in terms of both form factor and efficiency. On this new battleground, OLED and LED technology will compete, as LED has already paved the way with a revolution in Solid State Lighting (SSL), drawing attention away from OLED over the last 10 years. The high cost of OLED technology will also delay mass market penetration, and current low efficacy could slow adoption.
OLEDs will develop slowly in the lighting market (Automotive and General lighting) and attract mainly niche applications (specialty and high-end lighting), differentiating through design possibilities. To access traditional market segments (commercial lighting, office lighting...), OLED technology will have to find a spark, as well as combine enough different niche markets to achieve the economies of scale that will decrease costs. In our estimation, this should be triggered by 2014 with the use of larger substrates and better process control.
This report from Yole Developpement estimates that OLED lighting panels will reach a market size of nearly $2.8M in 2012 but will skyrocket to nearly $1.7B by 2020. Growth will be driven mainly by General Lighting applications, representing more than 70% of the overall OLED lighting business in 2020.
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The World Market for AlInGaP in Lighting - 2012 Edition
Most LED lamps and luminaires have used GaN-based LEDs, typically blue LEDs with a yellow phosphor. However, this can cause a bluish- or lower-quality white light. For higher-quality light and warmer whites, red AlInGaP LEDs have already been used as part of the solution. The important matters in this market are the main focus of this report. The report includes revenue and unit shipment data for AlInGaP in Lighting.
Across 36 pages and including 16 tables and 2 figures, this report offers trend analysis, forecasts, and detailed interviews to help business development, product, and marketing teams – as well as related vendors, investors, and market watchers- understand the trajectory of the market and make better and better-informed decisions about their business.
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LED Lighting for Public Transportation Vehicles: Global Market Forecast and Analysis (2011-2018)
According to a new market research report from ElectroniCast, the global consumption value of LED-based lamps/devices in public transportation vehicles is estimated to reach $945 million in 2012, up from $865 million in 2011. During the 2011-2018 timeline, the consultancy forecasts that the use will increase at an average annual rate of 14 percent to $2.17 billion in the year 2018.
The Asia Pacific region (APAC) leads in global consumption with 49.4 percent in relative market share or an anticipated $467 million in 2012. The EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa countries) holds a 26 percent share in 2012 and the American region (South, Central and North America) region is forecast to remain in the third-place position throughout the forecast period. Note: the market forecast data in this study report refers to consumption (use) for a particular calendar year; therefore, this data is not cumulative data.
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