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家用電子電器領域的感測器·追蹤技術的影響度

Impact of Sensory Tracking Technology in Consumer Electronics Sector

出版商 Technical Insights (Frost & Sullivan) 商品編碼 334696
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 110 Pages
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家用電子電器領域的感測器·追蹤技術的影響度 Impact of Sensory Tracking Technology in Consumer Electronics Sector
出版日期: 2015年06月29日 內容資訊: 英文 110 Pages
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由於電子產品可透過網路連繫起不同的人、機械,感應器技術之影響力也日益重大。尤其是不需費用及電力無所不在又可利用的(可安裝在所有機器表面,可連接網路)的感應器需求也是日益高升。

本報告提供家用電子電器 (行動電話,筆記型電腦,電視用遙控,遊戲主機等) 各種感應技術的目前活用狀況和今後的普及預測,提供您主要的普及推動因素,今後應該解決的課題,未來的市場機會等相關調查與考察。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 分析範圍
  • 分析方法
  • 主要的分析結果

第2章 產業概要

第3章 觸控感應技術

  • 觸控感應技術:概要
  • 主要的觸控感應技術
  • 觸控感應技術相關主要技術創新
  • 電池內部觸控/單一層級觸控
  • 柔軟型混合薄膜
  • 奈米銀線導電薄膜
  • 指紋/觸控輸入感測器
  • 3D觸控功能
  • 石墨烯制觸控螢幕
  • TV遙控用觸控感測器
  • 超高感度的力量/壓力觸控感測器

第4章 非觸控感應技術

  • 非觸控感應技術:概要
  • 主要的非觸控感應技術
  • 非觸控感應技術相關主要技術創新
  • 手勢姿態辨識
  • 壓電·超音波傳感器·陣列 (排列共振器)
  • 無電池的壓力認識功能
  • 印象感應·陣列
  • 非影像·電磁式手勢姿態辨識

第5章 運動感應技術

  • 運動感應 (行動偵測) 技術:概要
  • 主要的運動感應技術
  • 運動感應技術相關主要技術創新
  • 運動感應:MEMS領導感測器/交換器
  • 運動感應:虛擬·陀螺儀
  • SENtral Motion Coprocessor
  • 有機·磁共振 (MR) 磁場計

第6章 壓力感應器技術

  • 壓力感應器技術:概要
  • 主要的壓力感應器技術
  • 高解析度·MEMS容量壓力感應器

第7章 生物識別·感應技術

  • 生物識別·感應技術:概要
  • 主要的生物識別·感應技術
  • 生物識別·感應技術相關主要技術創新
  • 超音波式指紋感測器
  • 小面積指紋觸控感測器
  • Biometrics to Gain Website Access
  • 高精度的瞳孔認證
  • 視網膜掃描
  • 腦深部學習
  • 無現款付款的手掌靜脈認證
  • 靜脈認證的方法和設備
  • 無噪音的語音認證

第8章 頭腦電腦·介面技術

  • 頭腦電腦·介面 (BCI) 技術:概要
  • 主要的BCI技術
  • 頭腦電腦·介面技術相關主要技術創新
  • 無線頭腦電腦·介面
  • 腦溢血的早期發現用腦波監測儀
  • 腦波圖 (EGG) 長時間記錄用彈性電極

第9章 技術引進的影響要素:推動因素與課題

  • 民生用電子設備市場的情況的推動因素與課題

第10章 影響所及的產業範圍

  • 各產業/用途的引進情形
  • 今後5∼7年的新引進·改良的機會

第11章 主要產業的市場機會的評估

  • 觸控感測器
  • 非觸控感測器/手勢姿態辨識
  • 運動感應
  • 壓力感應器
  • 生物識別·感測器
  • 頭腦電腦·介面·感測器

第12章 技術的一體化

  • 技術一體化的機會:觸控感應
  • 技術一體化的機會:非觸控感應
  • 技術一體化的機會:運動感應
  • 技術一體化的機會:壓力感應器
  • 技術一體化的機會:生物識別感應
  • 技術一體化的機會:頭腦電腦·介面·感應

第13章 策略性考察

第14章 關於FROST & SULLIVAN

目錄
Product Code: D686-01-00-00-00

Embedded Sensors Drive Expanding Connectivity

Sensing technologies are increasingly impacting consumer electronics, driven by the increasing trend toward connectivity among individuals and devices. This phenomenon is contributing to a proliferation of information enabled by less expensive, low-power, smaller, more ubiquitous sensors that can be embedded in a plethora of devices or applications and readily send data to the Internet. Consumer electronics devices are defined as those purchased by consumers for personal use, such as mobile phones, laptops, television remote controls, gaming controls, excluding home appliances. Key sensor or sensor-related technologies addressed in this report include touch sensors, touchless gesture recognition sensors, motion sensing, pressure sensors, biometric sensors, brain computer interface (BCI) sensors. Sensors, mainly based on established technologies, are also used in consumer electronics such as mobile phones for sensing other parameters such as proximity, ambient light/screen brightness, temperature or humidity.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. Research Scope
  • 2. Research Methodology
  • 3. Research Methodology (continued)
  • 4. Key Findings

2. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

Industry Overview

  • 1. Industry Overview

3. TOUCH SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

Touch Sensor Technology

  • 1. Touch Sensor Technology - Snapshot
  • 2. Key Touch Sensor Technologies
  • 3. Key Touch Sensor Technologies (Continued)
  • 4. Key Technology Innovations in Touch Sensor Technology
  • 5. In-Cell Touch and Single-Layer Touch
  • 6. Flexible Hybrid Films
  • 7. Silver Nanowire Conductive Films
  • 8. Fingerprint/ Touch Input Sensors
  • 9. Third Touch Dimension
  • 10. Graphene Touchscreens
  • 11. Touch Sensor for TV Remote Control
  • 12. Ultra-Sensitive Force and Pressure Touch Sensors

4. TOUCHLESS SENSOR TECHNOLOGY

Touchless Sensor Technology

  • 1. Touchless Sensor Technology - Snapshot
  • 2. Key Touchless Sensor Technologies
  • 3. Key Touchless Sensor Technologies (Continued)
  • 4. Key Touchless Sensor Technologies (Continued)
  • 5. Key Technology Innovations in Touchless Sensor Technology
  • 6. Gesture Recognition
  • 7. Piezoelectric Ultrasonic Transducer Array
  • 8. Battery-Free Gesture Recognition
  • 9. Image Sensing Array
  • 10. Non-Image, E-Field Gesture Recognition

5. MOTION SENSING TECHNOLOGIES

Motion Sensing Technologies

  • 1. Motion Sensing Technologies - Snapshot
  • 2. Key Motion Sensing Technologies
  • 3. Key Motion Sensing Technologies (Continued)
  • 4. Key Motion Sensing Technologies (Continued)
  • 5. Key Technology Innovations in Motion Sensor Technology
  • 6. Motion Sensing-MEMS Reed Sensor/Switch
  • 7. Motion Sensing-Virtual Gyro
  • 8. SENtral Motion Coprocessor
  • 9. Organic Magnetic Resonance Magnetometer

6. PRESSURE SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES

Pressure Sensor Technologies

  • 1. Pressure Sensor Technologies - Snapshot
  • 2. Key Pressure Sensor Technologies
  • 3. High Resolution MEMS Capacitive Pressure Sensor

7. BIOMETRIC SENSING TECHNOLOGY

Biometric Sensing Technology

  • 1. Biometric Sensing Technology - Snapshot
  • 2. Key Biometric Sensing Technologies
  • 3. Key Biometric Sensing Technologies (continued)
  • 4. Key Biometric Sensing Technologies (continued)
  • 5. Key Technology Innovations in Biometric Sensing Technology
  • 6. Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor
  • 7. Small Area Fingerprint Touch Sensor
  • 8. Biometrics to Gain Website Access
  • 9. Highly Accurate Iris Recognition
  • 10. Retinal Scanning
  • 11. Deep Brain Learning
  • 12. Palm Vein Authentication System for Cashless Payment
  • 13. Vein Authentication Method and Device
  • 14. Noise-Free Voice Recognition

8. BRAIN COMPUTER INTERFACE TECHNOLOGY

Brain Computer Interface Technology

  • 1. Brain Computer Interface Technology - Snapshot
  • 2. Key BCI Technologies
  • 3. Key BCI Technologies (continued)
  • 4. Key Technology Innovations in Brain Computer Interface Technology
  • 5. Wireless Brain Computer Interface
  • 6. Brain Wave Monitor for Early Detection of a Stroke
  • 7. Flexible Electrodes for Longer Recording of EEGs

9. FACTORS INFLUENCING ADOPTION - DRIVERS & CHALLENGES

Factors Influencing Adoption - Drivers & Challenges

  • 1. Drivers and Challenges in Consumer Electronics
  • 2. Drivers & Challenges (continued)
  • 3. Drivers & Challenges (continued)

10. BREADTH OF INDUSTRIES IMPACTED

Breadth of Industries Impacted

  • 1. Industries/ Applications Adoption
  • 2. Industries/ Applications Adoption (continued)
  • 3. Industries/ Applications Adoption
  • 4. Industries/Applications Adoption (continued)
  • 5. Industries/Applications Adoption (continued)
  • 6. New Applications with Enhanced Opportunities over the Next 5-7 Years

11. ASSESSMENT OF OPPORTUNITIES IN KEY SECTORS

Assessment of Opportunities in Key Sectors

  • 1. Touch Sensors
  • 2. Touchless Sensors/ Gesture Recognition
  • 3. Motion Sensing
  • 4. Pressure Sensors
  • 5. Biometric Sensors
  • 6. Biometric Sensors (continued)
  • 7. Brain Computer Interface Sensors

12. TECHNOLOGY CONVERGENCE

Technology Convergence

  • 1. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Touch Sensing
  • 2. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Touchless Sensing
  • 3. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Motion Sensing
  • 4. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Pressure Sensors
  • 5. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Biometric Sensing
  • 6. Technology Convergence Opportunities - Brain Computer Interface Sensing

13. STRATEGIC INSIGHTS

Strategic Insights

  • 1. Key Conclusions
  • 2. Key Conclusions (continued)
  • 3. Key Conclusions (continued)
  • 4. Key Conclusions (continued)
  • 5. Legal Disclaimer

14. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

The Frost & Sullivan Story

  • 1. The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • 2. Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
  • 3. Global Perspective
  • 4. Industry Convergence
  • 5. 360° Research Perspective
  • 6. Implementation Excellence
  • 7. Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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