Growth Opportunities for Conductive Materials

Growth Opportunities for Conductive Materials

Conductive Inks Gaining Prominence While Metamaterials Have Increasing Research Interest Within Electrical Conductive Materials Technology Area

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With the increasing demand for high efficiency electronics and other components including electrical circuits, there is significant traction observed for innovation landscape of electrically conductive materials. The recent demand to improve the functionality of the adopted materials has resulted in a shift towards the increase in global demand for energy efficient circuit design as well as compact device dimensions. This has, in turn, resulted in the exploration of new materials beyond the conventional solid metals.
This research service titled, “Growth Opportunities for Conductive Materials” provides an overview of various types of electrically conductive materials, including solid metals, conductive polymers, graphene, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), metamaterials, conductive nanofibers, and conjugate polymers. This research service describes the technology capabilities and future prospects in the development of electrically conductive materials. Additionally, it also captures the various factors that influence adoption and the application prospects in various industries. This research service also highlights the emerging innovations that will enable the use of conductive materials to meet the needs of various applications.

Table of Contents

1.1. Research Scope

1.2 Key Findings

1.3. Research Methodology

2.1 Electrically Conductive Materials are Observed to be Gaining Significant Traction Compared to Thermally Conductive Materials

2.2 Intrinsic Conductive Materials Predominantly Comprise of Bulk Metals

2.3 Doping Plays a Crucial Role in Enhancing the Conductivity of Hydrogels

2.4 Emerging Conductive Materials will have High Adoption due to their Ability to Reduce Device Size

3.1 Conductive Polymers are Ideal for Bio-based Applications Owing to their Bio-Inert Characteristics

3.2 Conductive Polymers have High Adoption Potential as Display Material

3.3 Comparative Analysis of Conductive Polymers

3.4 Conductive Nanofibers are One of the Most Tensile Conductive Materials

3.5 Conductive Nanofibers will Have High Adoption Potential in the Consumer Electronics Sector

3.6 Comparative Analysis of Conductive Nanofibers

3.7 Metamaterials are Expected to Have High Adoption Potential Owing to their Ability to Alter the Material Properties

3.8 Metamaterials will Improve the Signal Processing Capability Significantly

3.9 Comparative Analysis of Metamaterials

3.10 Quantum Dots Find Significant Adoption in the Electronics Sector

3.11 Quantum Dots Find Significant Adoption as Display Material

3.12 Comparative Analysis of Quantum Dots

3.13 Adoption of Graphene and CNT is Driven by its Ability to Mitigate Energy Losses

3.14 Graphene and CNTs Have High Adoption Potential in Consumer Electronics Sector

3.15 Comparative Analysis of Graphene

3.16 Conjugated Polymers has High Adoption Potential Owing to its Ability to Alter Material Property

3.17 Conjugated Polymers are Expected to Have a Significant Adoption Potential for Soft Electronics Applications

3.18 Comparative Analysis of Conjugated Polymers

3.19 Conductive Hydrogels will Have a High Adoption Potential Owing to its Exceptional Biocompatible Properties

3.20 Conductive Hydrogel is Expected to Have a Significant Adoption Potential as Bioelectronics Interface

3.21 Comparative Analysis of Conductive Hydrogels

3.22 Conductive Inks Find Significant Adoption in Wearable Devices

3.23 Conductive Inks Find Significant Adoption in Consumer Electronics Sector

3.24 Comparative Analysis of Conductive Inks

3.25 Shape Memory Alloys Find Significant Adoption as Soft Machines

3.26 Shape Memory Alloys Find Significant Adoption in Non-invasive Surgical Techniques

3.27 Comparative Analysis of Shape Memory Alloys

3.28 Electrically Conductive Materials Such as Conductive Polymers and Nanofibers Are Observed to Have the Highest Adoption Potential.

3.29 Metamaterials Are Observed to Have the Highest Patent Filing Trends

3.30 Acquisitions Have Helped in Significantly Attaining Technology Synergies for Electrically Conductive Materials

3.31 Energy Harvesting is Observed to Receive the Highest Funding for Conductive Materials

4.1 Henkel AG, Germany

4.2 DuPont, US

4.3 Lotte Advanced Materials Co., Ltd., South Korea

4.4 Toray Industries, Japan

4.5 Vorbeck Materials Corp., US

4.6 Liquid X, US

4.7 C3Nano, US

4.8 Applied Nanotech Inc., US

5.1 Growth Opportunities: Electrically Conductive Materials

5.2 Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors

6.1 Key Contacts

7.1 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Conductive Polymers

7.2 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Conductive Nanofibers

7.3 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Metamaterials

7.4 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Quantum Dots

7.5 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Graphene/CNTs

7.6 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Conjugated Polymers

7.7 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Conductive Hydrogels

7.8 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Conductive Inks

7.9 Year on Year IP Filing Trend for Shape Memory Alloys

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With the increasing demand for high efficiency electronics and other components including electrical circuits, there is significant traction observed for innovation landscape of electrically conductive materials. The recent demand to improve the functionality of the adopted materials has resulted in a shift towards the increase in global demand for energy efficient circuit design as well as compact device dimensions. This has, in turn, resulted in the exploration of new materials beyond the conventional solid metals. This research service titled, “Growth Opportunities for Conductive Materials” provides an overview of various types of electrically conductive materials, including solid metals, conductive polymers, graphene, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), metamaterials, conductive nanofibers, and conjugate polymers. This research service describes the technology capabilities and future prospects in the development of electrically conductive materials. Additionally, it also captures the various factors that influence adoption and the application prospects in various industries. This research service also highlights the emerging innovations that will enable the use of conductive materials to meet the needs of various applications.
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Deliverable Type Technology Research
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Author Shyam Narayanan Viswanathan
Industries Chemicals and Materials
WIP Number D99C-01-00-00-00
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