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智慧材料 - 用戶客製化的完全的電子產品:2020年∼2040年

Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040

出版商 IDTechEx Ltd. 商品編碼 938295
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 148 Slides
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智慧材料 - 用戶客製化的完全的電子產品:2020年∼2040年 Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040
出版日期: 2020年05月22日內容資訊: 英文 148 Slides
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本報告提供電器及電子設備可編輯的智慧材料調查分析,技術概要,市場潛力等相關之系統性資訊。

目錄

第1章 摘要整理和結論

第2章 簡介

第3章 隨身攜帶的電池

  • 折疊式
  • 耐用性
  • 印刷式電池:印刷能源

第4章 隨身攜帶的超級電容器

  • 折疊式
  • 噴塗式

第5章 PV成為用戶的原料

  • 概要
  • 彈性PV的基礎:SOLAR FRONTIER
  • 彈性PV的主要技術
  • CIGS彈性PV:Flisom,Empa,Renovagen

第6章 太陽能膠帶、結構

  • InfinityPV
  • Opvius、Armor

第7章 噴塗式PV,摩擦電,氫產生

  • 概要
  • 噴塗式、粘貼式的鈣鈦礦PV
  • Solterra

第8章 可定做的摩擦電奈米生成器:MOTION HARVESTING

第9章 層流電路

第10章 PAPERTRONICS

第11章 智慧電動車、電子產品機殼

第12章 可重構的超材料與複合材料

目錄

Title:
Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040
Reconfigurable, edit-able electrically-multifunctional paint, ink, reels, stretchable, structural, 3D printing, energy storage, energy harvesting, circuits.

Multibillion dollar new opportunity for value added materials suppliers.

Imagine buying sticky tape that makes, stores and uses electricity for its sensing, lighting and other functions. Cut off the shape you need and press it in the right place to switch on the features you need. It does not matter if you never use some features. Welcome to the world of edit-able smart materials as electronics and electrics in the new 150 page IDTechEx report, "Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040"

Buy electrically smart material you feed into your 3D printer then make whatever structure you wish. No need for a case. Squeeze your squashy battery, cut your supercapacitor or self-powered sensing and lighting into awkward spaces. Apply programmably-stretchable electronics sheet, the area determining several electrical parameters. Morphing electrical materials anyone? Enjoy photovoltaic paint you apply when and where you wish, the thickness determining the performance.

IDTechEx looked at 61 research programs. The majority target apparel/textile and medical/healthcare industries; ten building/campus/home, then many other sectors.

It will delight the added value materials suppliers and horrify the traditional electronics and electrical engineering industries where they are bypassed. The trend is seen in 2.2 GW of thin film solar being installed in 2020 because this copper indium gallium diselenide is flexible and light-weight for building facades etc. Renovagen will even sell you 300kW reels to unroll like a carpet and use as a microgrid. Electrics and electronics become added-value materials.

Research groups have demonstrated batteries, sensors and triboelectric harvesting you cut to shape and they still work. Customizable, fabric-like power sources can be cut, folded or stretched without losing function. Perovskite and quantum dot photovoltaics show promise for photovoltaic paint. In many cases, the new technologies are not just edit-able, they replace other functions from load-bearing parts to regular paint and building cladding - two or three for the price, space, weight of one. That can justify high margins.

Industrial supply chains are being bypassed, parts are being eliminated and value-added material companies see huge opportunities ahead for this electrically-smart feedstock, reels and paint. Where they sell electrical ink to the start of traditional production lines, they will sell cleverer versions direct to many other industries.

The report, "Complete Electronics as Smart Material, User-Customized 2020-2040" has an executive summary and conclusions with new infograms explaining what it is, many examples and possibilities, winners and losers. See 33 primary conclusions, a 2020-2040 commercialisation timeline and ten forecasts for addressable markets. The introduction explains more, giving depth on conformal, stretchable and morphing electronics, particularly edit-able forms. Chapter 3 is on batteries to go anywhere and Chapter 4 does that for supercapacitors. Chapter 5 interprets research on photovoltaics as feedstock for the user. Chapter 6 is on solar tape and structures, Chapter 7 on forthcoming photovoltaic and triboelectric paint. Chapter 8 cover triboelectric nanogenerators as motion harvesting the user can customize. Chapter 9 reveals complete circuits in plastic sheet you cut to shape and dedicate. Chapter 10 explains Papertronics taking you into the world of low-cost electronic packaging and biodegradability. Chapter 11 explains how everything from your computer case to your car body could be made from load-bearing electrically-smart material. Finally, Chapter 12 reveals where reconfigurable metamaterials and composites are headed in this context.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

  • 1.1. Purpose of this report
  • 1.2. Editable (user-dedicated) electronics and electrics as smart material
  • 1.3. Primary conclusions: what it is, winners and losers
  • 1.4. Primary conclusions: general technology
  • 1.5. Electronics and electrics as cuttable, formable reels or sheet
  • 1.6. Primary conclusions: options for editing/ customising by user
  • 1.7. Primary conclusions: technology specifics
  • 1.8. Commercialisation timeline 2020-2040
  • 1.9. Addressable market forecasts: ten categories

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. Overview
  • 2.2. Some of the toolkit
    • 2.2.1. User cuts, stretches, morphs, paints feedstock to purpose
    • 2.2.2. Printed LEDs cut to shape and tailored function
  • 2.3. Stretchable, editable electronics
    • 2.3.1. Customisable stretchability
    • 2.3.2. Reconfigurable stretchable systems for multifunctional electronics
    • 2.3.3. Breathable, stretchable, wearable electronics
    • 2.3.4. Customisable, stretchable, wearable self-powered sensors
  • 2.4. Morphing materials

3. BATTERIES TO GO ANYWHERE

  • 3.1. Folding textile batteries
  • 3.2. Battery survives shot, bend, cut
  • 3.3. Any shape anywhere printed batteries: Printed Energy

4. SUPERCAPACITORS TO GO ANYWHERE

  • 4.1. Rollable, foldable supercapacitors
  • 4.2. Spray-on pseudocapacitors

5. PHOTOVOLTAICS BECOMES A FEEDSTOCK FOR THE USER

  • 5.1. Overview
  • 5.2. Basics of flexible photovoltaics: Solar Frontier
  • 5.3. Primary technologies of flexible photovoltaics
  • 5.4. CIGS flexible photovoltaics: Flisom, Empa, Renovagen
    • 5.4.1. Flisom "customizable flexible solar"
    • 5.4.2. CIGS PV in action

6. SOLAR TAPE AND STRUCTURES

  • 6.1. InfinityPV
  • 6.2. Opvius and Armor

7. SPRAY-ON PHOTOVOLTAICS, TRIBOELECTRICS, HYDROGEN GENERATION

  • 7.1.1. Overview
  • 7.1.2. Spray-on and stick-on perovskite photovoltaics
  • 7.1.3. Solterra retrofittable solar film from ink

8. CUSTOMIZABLE TRIBOELECTRIC NANOGENERATORS: MOTION HARVESTING

  • 8.1. Introduction
  • 8.2. 2020 review
  • 8.3. Customizable TENG production using 3D printed imprinter
  • 8.4. Editable circuits in textiles, film
  • 8.5. Battery-free electronics: energy harvesting toys, biosensors, wearables

9. LAMINAR CIRCUITS TO CUT TO SHAPE

  • 9.1. Wireless interface retrofit
  • 9.2. Multifunctional editable materials in life sciences
  • 9.3. Multifunctional washable fabrics and film
    • 9.3.1. Self-powered wearable display
  • 9.4. Customer configurable by stretching
  • 9.5. Sensors in batteryless circuits and more

10. PAPERTRONICS

  • 10.1. Circuits on and in paper
  • 10.2. Paper supercapacitors: roll, fold and cut to purpose
  • 10.3. Editable electronic kirigami

11. ELECTRICALLY SMART VEHICLE BODYWORK AND ELECTRONICS CASING

  • 11.1. Overview
  • 11.2. Stamping vehicles from reels of electrics
  • 11.3. Possible evolution to vehicle bodywork from smart feedstock
  • 11.4. Imperial College UK
  • 11.5. Metal-organic frameworks

12. RECONFIGURABLE METAMATERIALS AND COMPOSITES

  • 12.1. Reconfigurable metamaterials in 3D and 4D printing
  • 12.2. Multifunctional polymer composites
  • 12.3. Self-healing multifunctional materials
  • 12.4. Polymer composites progress in 2020