Micro-LED – R&D Portfolio Analysis and Roadmapping

Micro-LED – R&D Portfolio Analysis and Roadmapping

Mass-Transfer and High Yield Technological Innovations Create Opportunities in Consumer Electronics, Automotive, and Healthcare

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29-Jun-2018
REGION
Global
Research Code: D81F-01-00-00-00
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Micro-LEDs (or Micro LEDs) are a next-gen self-emissive low power display technology with superior image quality compared to conventional display technologies such as organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays and liquid crystalline displays (LCDs). The key R&D focus area is mass transfer technology which enables commercialization and mass production of micro-LEDs. GaN-on-Si is emerging as a potential technology enabling mass-manufacturing of micro-LEDs.
Micro-LED technology enables integration of sensor components layered on the display panel, resulting in more compact and efficient interactive displays. High growth opportunities are observed for display and semiconductor manufacturers. Micro-LEDs can be also used in advanced sensing applications and next-gen communication techniques such as visible light communication (VLC). In the short-term, consumer electronics application such as AR headsets and smartwatches are high impact sectors. In the longer term, micro-LEDs will be integrated into healthcare wearables and used for medical applications such as optogenetics.
The technology and innovation report covers the following aspects:
?     Significance of Micro-LEDs
?     Applications landscape
?     Key stakeholders and their competitive positioning [application vs innovation matrix]
?     Enviornment analysis: Assessment of R&D Portfolio Areas and Themes
?     Key unmet/market needs
?     Key performance indicators for R&D Success
?     Key drivers and challenges hindering commercialization
?     Insights on research orientation and funding
?     Patent analysis and innovation portfolio areas
?     R&D Pipeline and Applications roadmap
?     R&D and Commercialization strategies
?     Frost & Sullivan’s Strategic Viewpoint on Growth opportunities

Table of Contents

1.1 Research Scope

1.2 Research Methodology

1.3 Research Methodology Explained

1.4 Summary of Key Findings

1.4 Summary of Key Findings (continued)

2.1 Self-Emissive Micro-LED Technology Poised to Witness Exponential Growth in the Medium-term

2.2 Technology Impact Assessment: Opportunities for Small Scale Displays in the Near-term

2.3 Criteria-based Comparative Assessment of Micro-LEDs with Existing Display Technologies

2.4 Opportunities in Interactive Displays and VLC

2.5 Interest from Tier-1 Companies in the US Driving Advancements: Investment and M&A Strategy

2.6 Key Challenges: Issues related to Manufacturing and Achieving High Yield Rate

3.1 Micro-LED Manufacturing Process is More Complicated than Conventional LEDs

3.2 Key Unmet Market Needs and KPIs in Manufacturing Micro-LEDs

3.3 Profile of Key R&D Portfolio Area and Technology Innovation Themes

3.4 Key R&D Portfolio Area for Manufacturers: Focus on Developing Novel Manufacturing Technologies Enabling Mass Production

3.5 Three Key R&D Portfolio Areas for Mass Transfer Technologies

3.6 Other Key R&D Portfolio Themes: Laser Lift-off and MOCVD

3.7 Research Orientation of Micro-LEDs

3.8 R&D Budgetary Assessment of Micro-LEDs

3.9 Driving Forces for R&D Advancements in Micro-LEDs

3.10 Manufacturing Challenges of Micro-LEDs

3.11 Key Five Market Needs

4.1 Patent Trend Analysis and R&D Portfolio Areas

4.2 Top Patent Families in the Micro-LED Space

4.3 Top 20 Patent Families and Stakeholder Analysis

4.4 Top 5 Patent Family Analysis – Application vs Innovation Index

4.5 Description of the Matrix: Apple Poised to Emerge as a Leader in the Micro-LED Space in the Long-term

5.1 Business Ecosystem of Micro-LEDs

5.2 Spin-offs and Technology Licensing are Key Emerging Strategies

5.3 Proposed strategies for Micro-LED - Strengthen, Develop, Partner, and Avoid

5.4 Collaboration Strategy to Strengthen Manufacturing Capabilities

5.5 Companies Aggressively Involved in Creating Strategic Collaborations to Strengthen their R&D Portfolio Areas

6.1 R&D Pipeline and Application Roadmap and Technology Readiness Levels

6.2 Opportunities for AR Products and Increasing Collaboration will be Driving Growth

6.3 Automotive and Healthcare are Other High Impact Areas

7.1 Strategic Roadmap to Drive Wide-scale Adoption of Micro-LEDs

7.2 Strategic Viewpoint: Large Silicon Wafers to Enable Cost-effective High-yield Manufacturing of Micro-LEDs

7.3 Strategic Viewpoint: GaN-on-Si is Poised to Dominate the Micro-LED Industry

7.4 Strategic Viewpoint on Near-term Commercialization Strategies

8.1 Key Industry Contacts

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Micro-LEDs (or Micro LEDs) are a next-gen self-emissive low power display technology with superior image quality compared to conventional display technologies such as organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays and liquid crystalline displays (LCDs). The key R&D focus area is mass transfer technology which enables commercialization and mass production of micro-LEDs. GaN-on-Si is emerging as a potential technology enabling mass-manufacturing of micro-LEDs. Micro-LED technology enables integration of sensor components layered on the display panel, resulting in more compact and efficient interactive displays. High growth opportunities are observed for display and semiconductor manufacturers. Micro-LEDs can be also used in advanced sensing applications and next-gen communication techniques such as visible light communication (VLC). In the short-term, consumer electronics application such as AR headsets and smartwatches are high impact sectors. In the longer term, micro-LEDs will be integrated into healthcare wearables and used for medical applications such as optogenetics. The technology and innovation report covers the following aspects:  Significance of Micro-LEDs  Applications landscape  Key stakeholders and their competitive positioning [application vs innovation matrix]  Enviornment analysis: Assessment of R&D Portfolio Areas and Themes  Key unmet/market needs  Key performance indicators for R&D Success  Key drivers and challenges hindering commercialization  Insights on research orientation and funding  Patent analysis and innovation portfolio areas  R&D Pipeline and Applications roadmap  R&D and Commercialization strategies  Frost & Sullivan’s Strategic Viewpoint on Growth opportunities
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Arjun Mehta
Industries Electronics and Sensors
WIP Number D81F-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Micro-LED
Is Prebook No
Ti Codes D90B,D90E,D910,D913,D914,D916,D918,D920,D925,D926,D947-TI