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市場調查報告書

智慧窗戶材料市場 2015-2022年

Smart Windows Materials Markets 2015-2022

出版商 n-tech Research, a NanoMarkets company 商品編碼 287458
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 97 Pages
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智慧窗戶材料市場 2015-2022年 Smart Windows Materials Markets 2015-2022
出版日期: 2015年07月22日 內容資訊: 英文 97 Pages
簡介

本報告以智慧窗戶用材料市場上的商機為焦點,闡明今後8年預測,並詳細分析利用電致變色,光致變色,感溫變色,高分子分散式液晶 (PDLC),懸浮粒子設備 (SPD) 的智慧窗戶市場與微百葉窗市場。

摘要整理

第1章 簡介

  • 本報告書的背景
  • 本報告書的目的與調查範圍
  • 本報告書的調查方法
  • 本報告書的意圖

第2章 電致變色智慧窗戶

  • 電致變色智慧窗戶市場:演進
  • 適合智慧窗戶的電致變色材料
    • 過渡金屬氧化物 (TMO)
    • 聚合物:壽命的問題
    • 反射式氫化物
    • Viologens · Gentex
    • 實驗室:EC玻璃·薄膜的最新的開發
  • 製造的發展:改善的必要性
  • 產品·供應商
    • EC窗的供應鏈
    • ChromoGenics (瑞典)
    • Continental Automotive Systems
    • EControl-Glas (德國)
    • e-Chromic Technologies (美國)
    • Gentex (美國)
    • Gesimat (德國)
    • NexTint (美國)
    • Sage Electrochromics (美國)
    • 見解
  • 智慧窗戶用電致變色材料的8年預測
  • 本章的要點

第3章 光致變色及混合光致變色/電致變色智慧窗口

  • 智慧光致變色窗
  • 光致變色智慧窗戶的值得注意的研究開發的成果
  • SWITCH Materials (加拿大)
  • 其他的供應商:汽車維修市場的及大樓維修用的光致變色薄膜
  • 智慧窗口用光致變色材料的8年預測
  • 本章的要點

第4章 智慧窗戶用感溫變色材料

  • 感溫變色技術:現狀
  • 感溫變色智慧窗戶的主要的材料趨勢
  • 感溫變色智慧窗戶的供應鏈趨勢
  • 新的R&D趨勢:奈米技術以及其他的改善
  • 智慧窗戶用感溫變色材料的8年預測
  • 本章的要點

第5章 懸浮粒子設備 (SPD)

  • SPD:材料平台
  • 研究國境所扮演的角色
  • SPD的製造:日立·其他
  • SPD技術性能的評估
  • 智慧窗戶用SPD材料的8年預測
  • 本章的要點

第6章 PDLC隱私玻璃

  • PDLC:趨勢·利用
  • PDLC供應鏈
  • 汽車產業上PDLC
  • 智慧窗戶用PDLC材料的8年預測
  • 本章的要點

第7章 適合智慧窗戶的新的材料平台

  • 目前智慧窗戶平台的替代
  • 智慧窗戶用水凝膠?
  • E-紙技術的智慧窗戶:University of Cincinnati
  • 微百葉窗
  • Merck, Peer+ and Licrivision
  • 新的智慧窗戶材料的商業性的未來
  • 本章的要點

第8章 各種智慧窗戶材料的8年預測的摘要

  • 預測的背景
  • 8年市場預測的摘要:智慧窗戶技術類型
  • 8年預測:基材技術
  • 塗料/印刷技術所使用的智慧材料的8年預測

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目錄
Product Code: Nano-837

From the perspective of materials suppliers, n-tech believes that the smart windows market continues to offer important opportunities. We are seeing older technologies - such as photochromics - become more competitive with the dominant SPD and electrochromic materials and there are also entirely new materials such as hydrogels and versioned display materials that are beginning to play in the smart windows space. We are also impressed with the recent willingness of deep pocket investors and other well-known firms to get involved in the smart windows space.

With these developments in mind, this report identifies and quantifies the opportunities in the smart windows materials space. It contains a granular eight-year forecast in both volume and value terms as well as an assessment of the strategies being deployed in this market by notable firms. The technologies/materials covered in this report include electrochromic, photochromic, hydrogel, thermochromic. PDLC, SPD, hydrogels, pixel-based technologies and microblinds.

The forecasts and analysis cover not only the active smart materials used in these technologies, but also the substrate materials; both plastic and glass. We also examine changing manufacturing patterns within the smart windows sector. In addition, this report analyzes a number of different business models being used in the smart windows sector and shows how materials play into the total smart windows value chain.

Under the name of NanoMarkets, n-tech has been covering the smart glass business for almost seven years and has therefore acquired a deep understanding of the dynamics of the smart windows sector and of materials selection within that sector.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • E.1 Changes in Markets and Technologies Since Our Previous Report: The Comfort Factor
    • E.1.1 More Materials Enter the Smart Windows Space
    • E.1.2 Technology as Market Differentiator: Of Multi-functionality and Niches
  • E.2 Materials Opportunities in the Electrochromic Windows Space: Mid-Term Future for Smart Windows
    • E.2.1 EC Opportunity # 1: New Materials
    • E.2.2 EC Opportunity # 2: Wet Coating
  • E.3 Materials Opportunities in SPD Windows: The Once and Future?
  • E.4 Materials Opportunities in Photochromic Windows: Not Much Going On
    • E.4.1 Photochromic Opportunity # 1: New Markets with Old Materials
    • E.4.2 Photochromic Opportunity # 2: Improving on Existing Materials
    • E.4.3 Photochromic Opportunity # 3: Hybrid Photochromic/EC Platforms
  • E.5 Materials Opportunities in Thermochromic Windows: Many Kinds of Materials
    • E.5.1 Thermochromic Materials
  • E.6 Materials Opportunities in PDLC: Privacy Windows
    • E.6.1 PDLC Materials
  • E.7 Opportunities for Novel Materials: Hydrogels, Micro-blinds and Versioned Display Technologies
    • E.7.1 Hydrogels: Possible Platform for Multi-Functional Smart Windows
    • E.7.2 Electrophoretic and Electrowetting Technologies: Reversioning Displays
    • E.7.3 The Future of Micro-blinds
  • E.8 Firms to Watch in the Smart Windows Materials Space
    • E.8.1 Technology Providers: Critical Specifiers and Start-ups
    • E.8.2 Glass Companies: What Will China Do?
    • E.8.3 Specialty Chemical Companies: Waiting in the Wings
    • E.8.4 Can Display Firms Make Money in Smart Windows
  • E.9 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts for Smart Windows Materials

Chapter One: Introduction

  • 1.1 Background to This Report
    • 1.1.1 Feeling Comfortable with Smart Windows: The Market Begins
    • 1.1.2 Materials at Core: The Comfort Imperative
    • 1.1.3 The Search for the Perfect Smart Window
  • 1.2 Objective and Scope of This Report
  • 1.3 Methodology of this Report
    • 1.3.1 Data Collection
    • 1.3.2 Forecasting Methodology
  • 1.4 Plan of this Report

Chapter Two: Electrochromic Smart Windows

  • 2.1 Electrochromic Smart Window Markets: Evolution
    • 2.1.1 EC: A Generic Materials Platform
  • 2.2 Electrochromic Materials Suitable for Smart Windows: Metal Oxides, Polymers and Viologens
    • 2.2.1 Transition Metal Oxides (TMOs): Thoughts on Color
    • 2.2.2 Polymers: Longevity a Problem
    • 2.2.3 Reflective Hydride
    • 2.2.4 Viologens and Gentex
    • 2.2.5 From the Labs: The Latest Developments in EC Glass and Film
  • 2.3 Manufacturing Developments: Need for Improvements
  • 2.4 Products and Suppliers
    • 2.4.1 The EC Windows Supply Chain
    • 2.4.2 ChromoGenics (Sweden)
    • 2.4.3 Continental Automotive Systems
    • 2.4.4 EControl-Glas (Germany)
    • 2.4.5 e-Chromic Technologies (United States)
    • 2.4.6 Gentex (United States)
    • 2.4.7 Gesimat (Germany)
    • 2.4.8 NexTint (United States)
    • 2.4.9 Sage Electrochromics (United States)
    • 2.4.10 View
  • 2.5 Eight-Year Forecasts of Electrochromic Materials in Smart Windows
    • 2.5.1 Five Reasons to be Bullish about EC Smart Windows
    • 2.5.2 A Note on Switching Speeds and How They Influence Materials Choice
    • 2.5.3 Eight-Year Forecasts of Electrochromic Materials in Smart Windows
  • 2.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Three: Photochromic and Hybrid Photochromic/ Electrochromic Smart Windows

  • 3.1 Smart Photochromic Windows
    • 3.1.1 Ability of Photochromic Materials to Provide a Platform for Smart Windows
  • 3.2 Notable R&D in Photochromic Smart Windows
    • 3.2.1 BNL and the University of California (United States)
    • 3.2.2 Fraunhofer ISE (Germany)
    • 3.2.3 TU Delft (The Netherlands)
  • 3.3 SWITCH Materials (Canada)
    • 3.3.1 Hybrid EC/Photochromic Materials Platforms
    • 3.3.2 Funding
    • 3.3.3 Test Installations
  • 3.4 Other Suppliers: Photochromic Films for the Automotive Aftermarket and Building Retrofit
  • 3.5 Eight-Year Forecasts of Photochromic Materials in Smart Windows
    • 3.5.1 The Future of Pure Photochromic Films
    • 3.5.2 Photochromic/Electrochromic Hybrids
  • 3.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Four: Thermochromic Materials for Smart Windows

  • 4.1 Thermochromic Windows Technology: State of the Art
    • 4.1.1 Technology Characteristics
  • 4.2 Main Materials Trends for Thermochromic Smart Windows
    • 4.2.1 Thermochromic Materials: Requirements for Smart Windows
    • 4.2.2 Current Thermochromic Materials Usage in the Smart Window Sector
  • 4.3 Supply Chain Trends for Thermochromic Smart Windows
    • 4.3.1 Suntek and Cloud Gel
    • 4.3.2 Pleotint and Sunintuitive
    • 4.3.3 RavenWindow
  • 4.4 New R&D Trends: Nanotechnology and Other Improvements
    • 4.4.1 Korea: Mixed Graphene with Vanadium Dioxide
    • 4.4.2 Malaysia: Dopants for Vanadium Dioxide
    • 4.4.3 China and Japan: Nanoscale Vanadium Dioxide and Thermochromic Polymers
    • 4.4.4 Europe: Smart Thermochromic Photovoltaic Window
  • 4.5 Eight-Year Forecasts of Thermochromic Materials in Smart Windows
  • 4.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Five: Suspended Particle Devices (SPD)

  • 5.1 SPD: Materials Platforms
  • 5.2 Role of Research Frontiers
    • 5.2.1 Applications Potential
  • 5.3 Manufacturing of SPD by Hitachi and Others
  • 5.4 Assessment of SPD Technology Performance
    • 5.4.1 R&D Directions for SPD Technology Performance
  • 5.5 Eight-Year Forecasts of SPD Materials in Smart Windows
    • 5.5.1 Financial Performance of RFI
    • 5.5.2 What comes next for SPD?
    • 5.5.3 Eight-Year Forecasts of SPD
  • 5.6 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Six: PDLC Privacy Glass

  • 6.1 PLC: Trends and Uses
    • 6.1.1 Technology, Variations and Future Improvements
    • 6.1.2 The Dark Side of PDLC
    • 6.1.3 PDLC: Likely Technology Developments
    • 6.1.4 Scienstry and NPD-LCD
  • 6.2 The PDLC Supply Chain
    • 6.2.1 Systems Integrators
    • 6.2.2 PDLC and the Glass Companies: NSG, Saint-Gobain and Isoclima
    • 6.2.3 PDLC at Toray
  • 6.3 PDLC in the Automobile Industry
  • 6.4 Eight-Year Forecasts of PDLC Materials in Smart Windows
  • 6.5 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Seven: Emerging Materials Platforms for Smart Windows

  • 7.1 Alternatives to Current Smart Windows Platforms
  • 7.2 Hydrogels for Smart Windows?
    • 7.2.1 Likely Technology and Market Evolution
    • 7.2.2 On the Potential for Multifunctional Coatings Using Hydrogels
    • 7.2.3 East China University of Science and Technology (China)
    • 7.2.4 Dong-A University (Korea)
    • 7.2.5 Fraunhofer IAP (Germany)
  • 7.3 Smart Windows from E-Paper Technology: University of Cincinnati
    • 7.3.1 Electrophoretic Smart Windows
    • 7.3.2 Electrowetting Smart Windows
  • 7.4 Micro-blinds
    • 7.4.1 Materials and Manufacturing for Micro-blinds
    • 7.4.2 Performance Claims and Possible Applications
    • 7.4.3 The Commercial Future of Micro-Blinds
  • 7.5 Merck, Peer+ and Licrivision
    • 7.5.1 Acquisition of Peer+
    • 7.5.2 LC Smart Windows Technology
  • 7.6 The Commercial Future of New Smart Windows Materials
  • 7.7 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Eight: Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Windows Materials

  • 8.1 Background to Forecasts
  • 8.2 Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecast by Type of Smart Windows Technology
  • 8.3 Eight-Year Forecast by Substrate Technology
  • 8.4 Eight-year Forecast of Smart Materials Used by Coating/Printing Technology

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List of Exhibits

  • Exhibit E-1: Comparison of Smart Windows Materials and Technologies
  • Exhibit E-2: Market Niche Potential by Type of Materials Platform
  • Exhibit E-3: Possibilities for Multi-functional Smart Windows Materials Platform
  • Exhibit E-4: Adding Value to the EC Smart Windows Platform
  • Exhibit E-5: Firms to Watch in the Smart Windows Market
  • Exhibit E-6: Customer Choice Possibilities in the Smart Windows Materials Markets
  • Exhibit E-7: Market for Smart Windows Materials ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 2-1: Materials Platform Evolution in the Electrochromic Windows Market
  • Exhibit 2-2: Commercial Electrochromic Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 2-3: Eight-Year Forecast of Electrochromic Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 3-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Photochromic Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 4-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Thermochromic Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 5-1: Selected SPD Licensees
  • Exhibit 5-2: SPD Specifications
  • Exhibit 5-3: Potential for Improvement in the SPD Materials Platform
  • Exhibit 5-4: Eight-Year Forecast of SPD Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 6-1: Eight-Year Forecast of PDLC Materials for Smart Windows
  • Exhibit 7-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Other Materials for Smart Windows ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 8-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Active Smart Windows Materials by Type ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 8-2: Eight-Year Forecast of Passive Smart Windows Materials by Type ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 8-3: Eight-Year Forecast of Passive Smart Windows Materials by Active/Passive Technology ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 8-4: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Windows by Primary Substrate Materials ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 8-5: Eight-Year Forecast of Passive Smart Windows Materials by Coating/Printing Technology Used ($ Millions)
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