The End of the Light Bulb
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Figures & Charts
|燈泡的臨終 The End of the Light Bulb|
|出版日期: 2016年03月23日||內容資訊: 英文 24 Pages; 7 Tables, Figures & Charts||
本報告提供照明產業的演進相關機會與課題的相關調查，從傳統的光源轉移到整合型照明產生的市場轉換，LED，照明控制，照明即服務 (LaaS) 、及大樓能源管理系統相關市場轉換的收益指標的預測，照明技術演進的速度，及新LED、OLED照明產品概要等相關資料彙整。
The end of the light bulb signals a pathway to industry transformation. Technology innovation is redefining the design, applications, and benefits of lighting. This evolution in lighting reflects opportunities and challenges for incumbent market players and new entrants poised to disrupt the market. Since lighting is ubiquitous in homes and workplaces, the end of the light bulb will have a significant impact on both end users and market players. In this white paper, Navigant Research presents a roadmap of long-term lighting market transformation and opportunities for industry disruption.
LEDs are the force majeure in the lighting industry, as they have become the goal for major lighting upgrades in recent years. The capabilities of LEDs, which will likely replace long-lived lighting technologies, set the stage for evolutionary market transformation. Yet, the end of the light bulb is something altogether different. This idea is not about a one-to-one replacement, but about disruptive change. It represents completely new form factors, uses, and benefits-a reimagining of lighting. Once again, LED is leading the way. From LED sheets to organic LED (OLED) panels, several designers and manufacturers are exploring varying degrees of flexibility in design and function and setting the stage for long-term market disruption.
This Navigant Research white paper examines the opportunities and challenges related to the evolution of the lighting industry. The study looks at the key market transformations that are taking place as the lighting industry shifts from traditional lighting sources to integrated lighting. Forecasts of the revenue indicators of market transformation tied to LEDs, lighting controls, lighting as a service, and building energy management systems extend through 2024. The report also examines the evolutionary pace of lighting technology and provides a glimpse of new LED and OLED lighting products that are moving the industry forward on the trajectory toward the end of the light bulb.