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量子點 (2016∼2026年):用途·市場·廠商

Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers

出版商 IDTechEx Ltd. 商品編碼 342254
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 138 Slides
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量子點 (2016∼2026年):用途·市場·廠商 Quantum Dots 2016-2026: Applications, Markets, Manufacturers
出版日期: 2015年10月21日 內容資訊: 英文 138 Slides
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量子點雖在1980年代被發現,但實用化之路卻相當漫長,這三年終於在LCD螢幕等領域受到注目。量子點是一種具有光分子冷光性半導體,具有可改善LCD顯象的效果,同時更具有電致發光 (EL) 效果,預測今後將以量子點LED (QLED)加以利用。量子點的全球市場預測隨著真正實用化的急速成長,到2026年將達到110億美元以上的規模。

本報告提供全球量子點相關 (各種設備·材料) 市場相關分析,提供您量子點的各種種類和特性,實用上的各種問題,在各種領域的活用狀況與今後的預測,主要製造商的企業發展情形,市場規模趨勢預測等相關之調查與考察。

第1章 簡介

  • 量子點是什麼
  • 膠體量子點
  • 各種膠體量子點
  • 量子點的定型結構
  • 量子點的光分子冷光
  • 量子點
  • 碳量子點 (CQD)
  • 石墨烯量子點

第2章 量子廠商

  • 量子廠商材料製造廠商一覽 (32公司)
  • 關注事項
  • 最大企業為何?
  • 上市公司的股票價格
  • 使用重金屬的理由
  • Dow Electronic Materials
  • StoreDot
  • UbiQD

第3章 專利的問題

  • 早期取得專利的重要性
  • 案例研究:Evident
  • Nanoco 對 Nanosys
  • 知識產權 (IP) 的取得

第4章 環境方面·健康方面的問題

  • RoHS規定的鎘使用
  • 專利期間的期限
  • 顯示器內部包含的鎘的數量
  • 集中性的遊說
  • 磷化銦是否將成為更安全的替代策略?

第5章 市場預測

  • 量子點設備的出貨台數 (單位:100萬台)
  • 量子點設備的市場收益額 (單位:100萬美元)
  • 量子點材料的出貨量 (單位:kg)
  • 量子點材料的市場收益額 (單位:100萬美元)
  • TV的出貨台數:技術方式別

第6章 生命科學的應用

  • 螢光標籤的量子點
  • 影像的案例
  • 有機染料的優勢
  • 吸收量/排放量比較
  • 學術研究主要的里程碑
  • 量子點利用各種方法
  • 案例:酵素的活動的監測
  • Zymera:生物成像

第7章 液晶顯示器 (LCD) 的應用

  • LCD內部的LED背光·單位
  • 跟磷光體量子點的置換
  • 3種整合方法
  • 各方法比較
  • 是否將成為新的方法?
  • dot的保護
  • QD Vision的Color IQ
  • Nanosys的QDEF film
  • 3M顯示器廠商銷售QDEF薄膜
  • LMS
  • 大日本印刷 (DNP)
  • Qlight (Merck)
  • 摘要:: Edge optic vs Film
  • 色彩規格概要
  • 抑制LED黑光的顯象效果
  • 無量子點RBG達成100%
  • 2020年時的課題
  • 與新磷光體的競爭
  • 與有機發光二極體 (OLED) 的競爭
  • SONY:最初實用化
  • SONY的TRILUMINOS·模式 (Triluminos model,2013年)
  • 附量子點小型·中型顯示器
  • Samsung SUHD
  • LG ColorPrime
  • 附TCL的彩色IQ的TV
  • Color IQ 的追加模式 (2015年)

第8章 分子冷光型顯示器的應用

  • QLED:量子點LED
  • 對OLED的主要優勢
  • 比較:OLED用材料 vs. 量子點
  • QLED的迅速改善
  • Nanophotonica
  • Samsung的最初「全色」QLED顯示器
  • QD Vision的進步
  • ZnSe
  • 矽QD的白色·淺藍色分子冷光
  • 壽命短
  • 印刷顯示器
  • 印刷OLED的演進
  • Kateeva

第9章 照明的應用

  • 高色調指數 (CRI) 的達成
  • Nexxus的R30燈泡
  • Lumeon
  • Pacific Light
  • Nanoco
  • Osram
  • 近來的產業合作:Marl Partner
  • 晶載·解決方案的未知
  • 分子冷光範圍窄相關問題

第10章 太陽能光電發電

  • 太陽能光電發電 (PV) 市場的許多競爭技術
  • 尚處於初期階段的量子點PV
  • 效率性比較
  • 量子點PV的SWOT分析
  • 量子點PV技術的最新分析
  • 產業的緩慢動向
  • Solterra
  • Magnolia Solar Corporation
  • QD太陽熱能聚光器 (UbiQD - Los Alamos)
  • QD太陽熱能聚光器的優點

第11章 感測器

  • InVisage的量子薄膜
  • 矽的比較
  • 針對混合CMOS感測器,與TSMC的合作
  • 光學·紅外線感測器
  • NikkoIA

第12章 其他的用途

  • 氫燃料的生產
  • 利用可見光的光觸媒
  • 防曬劑
  • 雷射
  • 量子晶片光譜儀
目錄

Quantum dots will enable a market for devices and components worth over $11bn by 2026.

Quantum dots were discovered in the 80's but commercialization has initially been slow. Interest in quantum dots peaked in the early 2000's when nanotechnology was still a favorite keyword amongst investors. However, a lack of products meant that quantum dots were mostly used in research labs.

In the last three years, quantum dots have been back in the spotlight with the promise to make LCD screens more colorful and more energy efficient. Sony was the first to commercialize a quantum dot LCD TV in 2013 and there are now several OEMs (including Samsung) offering TVs with quantum dots.

As a type of semiconductor, quantum dots exhibit a photoluminescence which is particularly useful for improving colors in LCD. But quantum dots can also be used as electroluminescent materials: quantum dot light emitting diodes (QLED) have been in development for several years and they have a great potential for display applications.

Quantum dots are also emerging as a promising material for other type of devices, most notably optical and infrared sensors.

IDTechEx forecasts that quantum dots will enable a market for devices and components worth over $11bn by 2026. The demand for quantum dots will grow from less than 100 kg today to several tons over the next decade. After some difficult early years, the commercialization of quantum dots is turning into a success story.

Figure 1 - Quantum dot devices and components ($ million) 2016-2026

                        Source: IDTechEx

This report covers all types of colloidal quantum dots (core, core/shell, cadmium-free, quantum rods, etc...). It gives an assessment of the main applications of quantum dots in displays, lighting, photovoltaic (PV), sensors and life science.

IDTechEx has been tracking the progress of related technologies, such as OLED, thin film photovoltaic, barrier films, and printed electronics for many years. The market analysis and forecasts are therefore based on an extensive knowledge of the industry, with a critical assessment of the real value proposition in each application.

Market forecasts in this report are given until 2026, covering seven market segments:

  • LCD components
  • QLED panels
  • Lighting components
  • PV components
  • Sensor modules
  • Biological marker
  • Others

Forecasts are given for sale revenues (in USD), unit shipment as well as quantity of quantum dots (in kg).

The report includes a list of 32 key manufacturers of quantum dots in North America, Europe, and East Asia.

This report also gives a detailed and independent industry analysis of quantum dots for both LCD and QLED displays. This includes an assessment of the various types of LCD components made with quantum dots:

  • Films
  • Edge optics
  • On-chip downconversion

Based on direct interviews with the leading companies in the supply chain, the information in the report can save you months of research and give you the complete picture.

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1. What are quantum dots?
  • 1.2. Colloidal quantum dots
  • 1.3. Different types of colloidal quantum dots
  • 1.4. Typical structure of a quantum dot
  • 1.5. Photoluminescence of quantum dots
  • 1.6. Quantum rods
  • 1.7. Carbon quantum dots (CQD)
  • 1.8. Graphene Quantum Dots

2. QUANTUM DOT MANUFACTURERS

  • 2.1. List of 32 quantum dot material manufacturers
  • 2.2. Interest in the topic
  • 2.3. Who are the main players now?
  • 2.4. Share price of public companies
  • 2.5. Why use heavy metals?
  • 2.6. Dow Electronic Materials
  • 2.7. StoreDot
  • 2.8. UbiQD

3. PATENT ISSUES

  • 3.1. Importance of early patents
  • 3.2. Case Study: Evident
  • 3.3. Nanoco v.s Nanosys
  • 3.4. IP acquisition

4. ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH ISSUES

  • 4.1. Cadmium under RoHS
  • 4.2. Timeline of exemption
  • 4.3. How much cadmium is there in a display?
  • 4.4. Intense lobbying
  • 4.5. Is Indium Phosphide a safer alternative?

5. MARKET FORECASTS

  • 5.1. Quantum dot device shipment (million units)
  • 5.2. Quantum dot device revenues ($ million)
  • 5.3. Quantum dot material shipment (kg)
  • 5.4. Quantum dot material revenues ($ million)
  • 5.5. TV shipment by technology type

6. APPLICATIONS IN LIFE SCIENCE

  • 6.1. Quantum dots as fluorescent tags
  • 6.2. Examples of images
  • 6.3. Advantages over organic dyes
  • 6.4. Comparison of absorption/emission
  • 6.5. Major milestones in academic research
  • 6.6. Various approaches to use quantum dots
  • 6.7. Example: monitoring enzyme activity
  • 6.8. Zymera in vivo imaging

7. APPLICATIONS IN LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS (LCD)

  • 7.1. LED backlight units in LCD
  • 7.2. Replacing phosphors with quantum dots
  • 7.3. Three integration approaches
  • 7.4. Comparison of each approach
  • 7.5. A new approach on its way?
  • 7.6. Protecting the dots
  • 7.7. Color IQ from QD Vision
  • 7.8. QDEF film from Nanosys
  • 7.9. 3M selling QDEF films to display manufacturers
  • 7.10. LMS
  • 7.11. Dai Nippon Printing (DNP)
  • 7.12. Qlight (Merck)
  • 7.13. Summary: Edge optic vs Film
  • 7.14. Understanding color standards
  • 7.15. How LED backlights reduced color performances
  • 7.16. 100% sRGB can be achieved without QD
  • 7.17. The challenge of Rec 2020
  • 7.18. Competition with new phosphors
  • 7.19. Competition with OLED
  • 7.20. First commercialization: Sony
  • 7.21. Sony Triluminos models in 2013
  • 7.22. Sony Triluminos in mobile displays
  • 7.23. Medium-size displays with quantum dots
  • 7.24. Samsung SUHD
  • 7.25. LG ColorPrime
  • 7.26. TCL television with Color IQ
  • 7.27. More models with Color IQ in 2015

8. APPLICATIONS IN EMISSIVE DISPLAYS

  • 8.1. QLED: quantum dot LED
  • 8.2. Main advantages over OLED
  • 8.3. Comparison: OLED materials v.s Quantum dots
  • 8.4. QLED are improving fast
  • 8.5. Nanophotonica
  • 8.6. Samsung's first "full color" QLED display
  • 8.7. Progress from QD Vision
  • 8.8. ZnSe
  • 8.9. White-blue emission from silicon QD
  • 8.10. Short lifetime
  • 8.11. Printed displays
  • 8.12. Progress on printed OLED
  • 8.13. Kateeva

9. APPLICATIONS IN LIGHTING

  • 9.1. Achieving high CRI
  • 9.2. The Nexxus R30 lightbulb
  • 9.3. Lumeon
  • 9.4. Pacific Light
  • 9.5. Nanoco
  • 9.6. Osram
  • 9.7. Recent collaboration: Marl Partner
  • 9.8. Towards an on-chip solution
  • 9.9. The problem with narrow emission

10. PHOTOVOLTAIC

  • 10.1. Many competing technologies in PV
  • 10.2. Quantum dot PV is still in early stage
  • 10.3. Comparison of efficiencies
  • 10.4. Quantum dot PV: SWOT analysis
  • 10.5. Latest review on quantum dot PV technologies
  • 10.6. Slow progress in the industry
  • 10.7. Solterra
  • 10.8. Magnolia Solar Corporation
  • 10.9. QD solar concentrator (UbiQD - Los Alamos)
  • 10.10. Advantages of QD solar concentrators

11. SENSORS

  • 11.1. InVisage's Quantum Film
  • 11.2. Comparison with silicon
  • 11.3. Partnership with TSMC for hybrid CMOS sensors
  • 11.4. Optical and infrared sensors
  • 11.5. NikkoIA

12. OTHER APPLICATIONS

  • 12.1. Hydrogen production
  • 12.2. Visible light photocatalysis
  • 12.3. Sunscreen
  • 12.4. Lasers
  • 12.5. QDChip spectrometer
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