NanoMarkets Issues New Report Addressing Opportunities for OLED Lighting in the Automotive Sector
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Within the report the firm states that in 2019 nearly one million OLED panels and over 150,000 luminaires will be shipped for automotive lighting applications. NanoMarke
Glen Allen, VA (PRUnderground) October 6th, 2014
Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has just published a new report that assesses the opportunity for OLED lighting in the automotive sector. The report titled, “OLED Automotive Lighting -2014” (Code NMRN-101) is the latest in the firm’s coverage of the OLED lighting market that dates back to 2007. Within the report the firm states that in 2019 nearly one million OLED panels and over 150,000 luminaires will be shipped for automotive lighting applications. NanoMarkets also sees automotive becoming a significant contributor to OLED lighting revenue growth at the end of the reports’ forecasting period.
Details of the report, including a table of contents are available at http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-automotive-lighting-2014.
A companion report OLED Lighting Markets 2014 was issued earlier this year by the firm. Details available at: http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-lighting-markets-2014
About the Report:
This report provides an analysis of the emerging OLED automotive lighting market, technology and suppliers, with specific focus on OLED technology’s suitability and readiness for automotive applications. We also provide detailed eight-year forecasts for the OLED lighting business specifically for the automotive segments, with separate revenue and volume estimations.
In Chapter Two we discuss how automakers evaluate new technologies, and related examples that are currently finding inroads alongside (and perhaps overlap with) OLED lighting: smart lighting and smart windows.
Chapter Three covers applications for OLED lighting in the automotive sector, including exterior uses (e.g. rear lights and indicators) and interior uses (e.g. dashboards and interior illumination), plus challenges to adoption.
In Chapter Four we review trends shaping OLED lighting commercialization in general, the tradeoffs in improving the technology’s three most important criteria (lifetime, luminance, efficacy) and how these tradeoffs specifically matter to the automotive sector. We also discuss the future of flexible OLED technology in the automotive sector and likely timeline for arrival.
In Chapter Five we highlight efforts from several individual companies, mainly in Europe and Asia, working to advance OLED lighting for automotive applications; Astron Fiamm (France), Hella (Germany), Konica Minolta (Japan), LG Chem (S. Korea), Osram (Germany), Philips (Netherlands), Sumitomo (Japan)
And finally, in Chapter Six, we present eight-year forecasts for OLED lighting in automotive lighting applications, both for panels and luminaires.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging markets in energy, electronics and other area created by developments in advanced materials. Visit www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.