Emerging Opportunities for Anti-reflection Coatings

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Anti-reflective (AR) coatings are protective coatings applied to a substrate to reduce reflection; the decrease in reflection improves the contrast of the image by mitigation of scattering light. The basic principle behind the working of anti-reflective coatings relies on the waves that are reflected from different optical interfaces, which tend to cancel each other by destructive interference. With a global adoption potential, AR coatings are in use across industries including optical, automotive, electronics, and many more. While North America and Europe are considered stable markets, countries in the APAC region are seen as areas of high growth potential. For example, China, India, Australia, and Japan are inclined toward embracing non-fluorinated AR coatings to meet requirements of rapidly developing photovoltaic (PV) industry with the need to protect the environment through sustainable coatings. This issue of Futuretech TOE provides an overview of AR coatings, its characteristics and applications. Innovations related to the coatings are also highlighted with an IP trend analysis and a technology adoption roadmap.

The Future Tech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures emerging innovations in research and development, or profile existing technologies which have seen a resurgence in terms of new markets and applications. It usually provides a technology overview, drivers, challenges, research and development, analyst insights and key patent information. In some cases, technology convergence scenarios and future growth opportunities are outlined. It covers innovations and technologies in a variety of industry spaces including manufacturing, sensors, electronics, information and communications technologies, networks, lighting technologies, healthcare, medical devices, materials and coatings, and developments in the energy sector that contribute toward a sustainable and greener world.

The Chemicals and Advanced Materials cluster tracks research & innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thin films, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers and several other related technologies and its impact and application across industries.

Keywords: Anti-reflective coatings, protective coatings, photovoltaic, sustainable coatings, non-fluorinated AR coatings

Table of Contents

Emerging Opportunities for Anti-reflection CoatingsIntroduction to Anti-reflective Coatings Need for Anti-reflective (AR) CoatingsCharacteristics, Properties, and Materials UsedApplication Potential and High Impact SectorsFactors That Impact the Adoption of AR CoatingsGlobal Adoption Trends of AR CoatingsKey Developments in Anti-reflective Coatings Technology and Product Developments from Key StakeholdersMoth Eye-inspired Cell Phone Glass Coatings Anti-reflective Coatings for Solar Applications F-Clean Film Provides Energy-saving Option for GreenhousesAnti-reflective Coating on High Refractive Index Material Fluorine-based Polymer Anti-reflection Coatings for Plastic OpticsTechnology Adoption Road Map for Anti-reflective Coatings Analyst Perspectives Key Insights on Anti-reflective CoatingsIP Analysis of Anti-reflective CoatingsPatent Filing Trends – The Year 2017 is Expected to Reverse the Past Downturn Trend of Patent Activity for Anti-reflection CoatingsPatents Related to Electronic Devices and Solar ApplicationsPatents Focused on Coatings Derived from Mimicking Nature and Multi-layer CoatingsKey ContactsKey Contacts




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