Beyond ITO - Materials for Next Generation Consumer Electronics (Technical Insights)

Materials that can Replace ITO in Consumer Electronics

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The global consumer electronics industry is constantly evolving according to the user needs and trends. There is growing demand for next-generation devices that provide a combination of large-sized capacitive touch screens, with increased sensitivity to touch and high degree of flexibility to provide a better user experience. Although indium tin oxide (ITO) is the most widely used material in displays, it is unable to meet the evolving market trends. This challenge drives the need to develop alternative materials to ITO that can deliver better performance characteristics.
This research service titled, “Beyond ITO - Materials for Next Generation Consumer Electronics” covers the technology developments and innovations in the ITO-replacement market, with emphasis on the capability of the materials to meet the consumer demands for electronics devices. The report captures the technology, market, industry, and regional trends in the consumer electronics sector, and provides an analysis on the developments in the alternative materials as well as the key stakeholder initiatives pertaining to the materials that can effectively be considered as a replacement for ITO.

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Executive SummaryResearch ScopeResearch Process and MethodologyKey FindingsConsumer Electronics–Market OverviewConsumer Electronics Industry–An OverviewIndustry TrendsTransparent Conductive Films (TCFs)–A Key Enabler for Consumer Electronic DevicesIndustry Requirements of TCFs in Consumer ElectronicsMaterials Currently Used in TCFsIndium Tin Oxide–An OverviewIndium Tin Oxide–An IntroductionTechnology Capability of ITO-Based TCFsNeed for ITO-Replacement MaterialsAlternative Materials for ITOKey Alternative Materials–An OverviewConductive Polymers–Technology SnapshotConductive Polymers–Technology CapabilitySilver Nanowires–Technology SnapshotSilver Nanowires–Technology CapabilityCopper Nanowires–Technology SnapshotCopper Nanowires–Technology CapabilityMetal Mesh Wires–Technology SnapshotMetal Mesh Wires–Technology CapabilityCNTs–Technology SnapshotCNTs–Technology CapabilityGraphene–Technology SnapshotGraphene–Technology CapabilitySummary of the ITO Replacement MaterialsITO Replacement Materials–Factors that Influence AdoptionTechnology Factors Influencing Adoption–Drivers & ChallengesImpact Mapping of Technology Drivers & ChallengesIndustry Factors Influencing Adoption–Drivers & ChallengesImpact Mapping of Industry Drivers & ChallengesITO Replacement Materials–Current Industry OutlookStakeholders–Industry Value ChainExisting R&D NetworksKey Stakeholders–Profile and InitiativesKey Stakeholders–Profile and Initiatives (continued)Key Stakeholders–Profile and Initiatives (continued)Global Technology Development and AdoptionITO Replacement Materials–Future ProspectsTechnology Readiness Level of Alternative MaterialsTechnology RoadmappingAnalyst Insights and Strategic RecommendationsStrategic Recommendations for Technology DevelopersStrategic Recommendations for Technology AdoptersKey PatentsKey PatentsKey PatentsKey PatentsKey ContactsKey ContactsKey ContactsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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