Advances in Anti Fouling Coatings

Integrated Innovation Ecosystem Drives Opportunities for Development of Antifouling Coatings

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Antifouling coatings are specialized coatings applied on surfaces to protect them from the adherence and accumulation of biological, organic, and inorganic materials. The use of these coatings helps prevent the onset of damage by corrosion, improves the dynamic performance of structures, and reduces the need for constant maintenance and replacement. New ship building activities, deployment of new infrastructure development projects, and rising demand for environmentally-friendly coatings are expected to fuel advancements in the antifouling coatings industry. While government funded research efforts and growing awareness on the benefits of antifouling coatings propel market opportunities, restrictions on the u

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process & Methodology1.3 Key Findings: Collaborative Research Efforts and Continuous R&D Activities Are Required to Meet End-user Demands2.0 Technology Landscape2.1 Antifouling Coatings Provide Fuel-saving and Low Maintenance Properties, and Prevent the On-set of Corrosion2.2 Application Landscape Covers Diverse Range of Industries in Both Aquatic and Land Environments2.3 Common Antifouling Compound Materials are Classified According to the Chemistry by Which the Antifouling Action is Initiated2.4 Fouling Release Coatings Demonstrate Self-cleaning Abilities but Are Affected by the Presence of Chemicals2.5 Copper-based Coatings Find High Adoption, While Peptide-based Coatings Could Potentially be Used on a Range of Surfaces2.6 Self-polishing Co-polymer Coatings Provide Immediate Protection but Could Release Substantial Amount of Biocides2.7 Application Mapping of Coatings Illustrates Large Number of Compound Materials Developed by the Marine Sector 2.8 Antifouling Coatings Can Also be Classified by Formulation Composition2.9 New Antifouling Coating Compositions Help Reduce the Usage of Emissions-releasing Solvents2.10 High Growth in the Ship-building Market Drives Adoption, While Restrictions on the Use of Biocides Poses Challenges3.0 Stakeholder Analysis and Needs Assessment3.1 Highly Integrated Technology Value Chain with Contribution from Suppliers, Research Centers, and Industry Stakeholders3.2 Suppliers Provide Materials and Services to the Value Chain, While R&D Centers Determine the Coating Production Process to Use3.3 Industry Stakeholders Scale-up Production of Antifouling Coatings and Assist in Technology Commercialization3.4 End-user Requirements from Antifouling Coatings Focus on Long-term Protection and Low Production of Toxic Compounds3.5 Gap Analysis Demonstrates High Demand for Flexible Coating Systems with Non-toxic Properties4.0 Technology Development and Adoption4.1 Oil & Gas Industry Propels Technology Adoption in North America4.2 Patent Activity in North America Illustrates Low Patents Granted on Fluoropolymer and Silyl Acrylate Coatings4.3 Key Stakeholder Activities in North America Focus on the Development of Highly Resilient Coatings4.4 R&D Scenario in North America Focuses on the Development of Environmentally-friendly Coatings4.5 Development of Industrial Establishments and Alternative Energy Projects Drives Adoption in Europe4.6 Patent Activity in Europe is Dominated by Innovations in Nano-silver Antifouling Coatings 4.7 Key Stakeholder Activities in Europe Include Coatings that Help Preserve the Marine Ecosystem4.8 R&D Scenario in Europe Includes Aqueous and Zero-emissions Coatings4.9 Asia-Pacific Dominates the Market Owing to its Stronghold in the Ship Building Industry and Low Regulatory Hurdles to Overcome4.10 Patent Activity in Asia-pacific Significantly Governed by Innovations in Copper-based Coatings4.11 Key Stakeholder Activities in Asia-pacific Cover Low-cost Coatings that Help Reduce Need for Constant Reapplication4.12 R&D Scenario in Asia-pacific Covers Developments on Biodegradable and Eco-friendly Coatings4.13 Demand in ROW Region is Dominated by Industrialization in Brazil 4.14 Patent Activity in ROW and WIPO Dominated by Innovations in the Oil & Gas and Building & Construction Sectors 4.15 Key Stakeholder Activities in ROW Region Includes Marine-friendly and Renewable Coatings4.16 R&D Scenario in ROW Includes Coatings that are Applied to a Range of Substrates4.17 Comparative Study of Regions Shows Dominance of Asia-Pacific in the Antifouling Coatings Market5.0 Technology Benchmarking5.1 Benchmarking Assessment Criteria Covers Technology Performance and Opportunities Created5.2 Benchmarking Assessment of Antifouling Coatings Shows Comparative Study of Technology Development and Adoption Impact5.3 Biomimetic and Peptide-based Coatings Are Predicted to Have High Impact in the Antifouling Coatings Market6.0 Technology Development and Adoption Roadmap6.1 Technology Roadmap Gearing Toward Multi-functional Coatings and Low Use of Biocides6.2 Critical Factors for Success Depends on Increasing Industry-Academia Collaborations and Marketing Efforts7.0 Key Patents7.1 Key Patents from North America7.2 Key Patents from Europe7.3 Key Patents from Asia-Pacific7.4 Key Patents from ROW (Rest of the World)7.5 Key Patents from WIPO8.0 Key Contacts8.1 Industry Contacts9.0 Appendix9.1 Decision Support Matrix for Currently Used Antifouling Coatings9.2 Decision Support Matrix for Emerging Antifouling CoatingsLegal Disclaimer

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