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重塑電子產品2020-2040年

Electronics Reshaped 2020-2040

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電子行業重塑2020-2040
可重新配置,可編輯的電動多功能塗料,墨水,捲軸,可拉伸,結構,3D打印,能量存儲,能量收集,電路。

為增值材料供應商帶來數十億美元的新機會。

想像一下,購買製造,存儲和使用電力的膠帶,以進行感應,照明和其他功能。剪下所需的形狀,然後在正確的位置按一下以打開所需的功能。如果您從不使用某些功能,則沒有關係。歡迎訪問150頁的IDTechEx最新報告“ Electronics Reshaped 2020-2040”

,進入電子和電氣等可編輯智能材料世界。

購買您要送入3D打印機的電子智能材料,然後根據需要構建任何結構。無需案件。擠壓電池,將超級電容器或自供電的感應和照明設備切成笨拙的空間。貼上可編程可拉伸的電子表,該區域確定幾個電氣參數。使電子材料變形嗎?隨心所欲享受光伏和塗料的應用,厚度決定性能。熱電塗料即將到來。

IDTechEx研究了63個研究計劃。多數瞄準服裝/紡織和醫療/保健行業;然後是建築/校園/家庭,然後是許多其他部門。

這將使增值材料供應商感到高興,並使傳統的電子和電氣工程行業不知所措。從2020年開始安裝2.2 GW薄膜太陽能的趨勢就可以看出來,因為這種銅銦鎵二硒化物具有柔韌性和輕巧性,可用於建築外牆等。Renovagen甚至可以賣給您300kW的捲軸,使其像地毯一樣展開並用作微電網。電氣和電子成為增值材料。

研究小組演示了將電池,傳感器和摩擦電收集物切割成一定形狀後仍能正常工作的情況。可定制的,類似織物的電源可以被切割,折疊或拉伸而不會失去功能。鈣鈦礦和量子點光伏技術顯示出用於光伏塗料的前景。在許多情況下,新技術不僅可編輯,而且還替代了承重零件,常規油漆和建築外牆等其他功能-價格,空間和重量只有一到兩個。這可以證明高利潤。

工業供應鏈被繞開,零件被淘汰,增值材料公司看到了這種電智能原料,捲軸和油漆的巨大商機。在向傳統生產線的起點出售電子墨水的地方,他們將向其他許多行業直接出售更聰明的墨水。

該報告“ 2020年至2040年電子改革” 的執行摘要和結論帶有新的信息圖,解釋了它的含義,許多示例和可能性,贏家和輸家。參見33個主要結論,2020-2040年的商業化時間表以及針對可尋址市場的十個預測。引言有更多解釋,深入探討了保形,可拉伸和變形電子器件作為材料,尤其是可編輯形式的材料。第3章介紹了可隨身攜帶的電池,第4章介紹了超級電容器。第5章將對光伏的研究解釋為用戶的原料。第6章介紹了太陽能膠帶和結構,第7章介紹了即將推出的光伏,熱電和摩擦電塗料。第8章介紹了摩擦電納米發電機的材料,用戶可以對其進行運動捕捉進行定制。第9章介紹了切成一定形狀並專用的塑料板的完整電路。第10章介紹Papertronics,帶您進入低成本電子包裝和可生物降解的世界。第11章介紹瞭如何用承重的智能電器材料製成從電腦機箱到車身的所有物品。最後,第12章揭示了在這種情況下可重構超材料和復合材料的發展方向。

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目錄

1。執行摘要和結論

  • 1.1。本報告目的
  • 1.2。可編輯(用戶專用)的電子和電氣設備作為智能材料
  • 1.3。主要結論:它是什麼,贏家和輸家
  • 1.4。主要結論:通用技術
  • 1.5。電子和電氣產品為可切割,可成型捲軸或薄板
  • 1.6。主要結論:用戶編輯/自定義的選項
  • 1.7。主要結論:技術細節
  • 1.8。商業化時間表2020-2040
  • 1.9。可預測的市場預測:十類

2。簡介

  • 2.1。總覽
  • 2.2。一些工具包
    • 2.2.1。用戶根據需要切割,拉伸,變形,油漆原料
    • 2.2.2。印製的LED可按形狀和定制功能進行切割
  • 2.3。可拉伸,可編輯的電子設備
    • 2.3.1。可定制的拉伸性
    • 2.3.2。用於多功能電子設備的可重構可伸縮系統
    • 2.3.3。透氣,可拉伸,可穿戴電子產品
    • 2.3.4。可定制,可拉伸,可穿戴的自供電傳感器
  • 2.4。變形材料

3。電池隨處可見

  • 3.1。折疊式紡織電池
  • 3.2。電池可以承受射擊,彎曲,割傷
  • 3.3。任何地方的任何形狀的印刷電池:印刷能源

4。超級電容器可以隨處使用

  • 4.1。可折疊的可折疊超級電容器
  • 4.2。噴塗式偽電容器

5。光電成為用戶的代名詞

  • 5.1。總覽
  • 5.2。柔性光伏的基礎知識:太陽能前沿
  • 5.3。柔性光伏的主要技術
  • 5.4。CIGS柔性光伏:Flisom,Empa,Renovagen
    • 5.4.1。Flisom“可定制的柔性太陽能”
    • 5.4.2。CIGS PV在行動

6。太陽能膠帶和結構

  • 6.1。無限PV
  • 6.2。Opvius和護甲

7。噴射光伏,三電,氫氣產生

  • 7.1。總覽
  • 7.2。噴塗和粘貼鈣鈦礦光伏電池
  • 7.3。Solterra油墨可改裝太陽能膜
  • 7.4。太陽能氫漆
  • 7.5。噴塗熱電
  • 7.6。塗漆的摩擦電

8。可自定義的三電納米發電機:運動捕獲

  • 8.1。介紹
  • 8.2。2020年回顧
  • 8.3。使用3D打印壓印機進行可定制的TENG生產
  • 8.4。紡織品,薄膜中的可編輯電路
  • 8.5。無電池電子產品:能量收集玩具,生物傳感器,可穿戴設備

9。層流電路要成型

  • 9.1。無線接口改造
  • 9.2。生命科學中的多功能可編輯材料
  • 9.3。多功能可洗織物和薄膜
  • 9.3.1。自供電可穿戴式顯示器
  • 9.4。客戶可以通過擴展來配置
  • 9.5。無電池電路等中的傳感器

10。紙質

  • 10.1。紙上和紙上的電路
  • 10.2。紙超級電容器:卷,折和切成目的
  • 10.3。可編輯的電子摺紙

11。電動智能車身和電子套管

  • 11.1。總覽
  • 11.2。電動捲筒沖壓車
  • 11.3。從智能原料到汽車車身的可能演變
  • 11.4。英國帝國理工學院
  • 11.5。金屬有機框架

12。可重新配置的材料和復合材料

  • 12.1。3D和4D打印中的可重構超材料
  • 12.2。多功能聚合物複合材料
  • 12.3。自愈多功能材料
  • 12.4。2020年聚合物複合材料的進展
目錄

Title:
Electronics Reshaped 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, "Electronics Reshaped 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 and paint you apply when and where you wish, the thickness determining the performance. Thermoelectric paint is coming.

IDTechEx looked at 63 research programs. The majority target apparel/textile and medical/healthcare industries; then 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, "Electronics Reshaped 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 as material, 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, thermoelectric and triboelectric paint. Chapter 8 covers triboelectric nanogenerators material 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. Overview
  • 7.2. Spray-on and stick-on perovskite photovoltaics
  • 7.3. Solterra retrofittable solar film from ink
  • 7.4. Solar hydrogen paint
  • 7.5. Spray-on thermoelectrics
  • 7.6. Painted triboelectrics

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