Innovations in High Power Electronics Impacting Key Sectors (TechVision)

Innovations in High Power Electronics Impacting Key Sectors (TechVision)

Wide Bandgap Semiconductors Driving High Power Applications

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30-Dec-2015
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Global
Research Code: D6C3-01-00-00-00
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The TechVision division of Frost & Sullivan has evaluated high power electronics technologies, and has assessed innovations that will have an impact on various applications in the near-, medium-, and long- term.
Increasing need for high-power/high-voltage, high-temperature and high switching frequency power electronic devices in applications such as automotive, aerospace and defense drives the need for wide band gap materials. The high power electronic devices industry has evolved to be highly dynamic one with developments and innovations in materials, technologies, simulation tools, modelling and applications. The high power electronics technologies are the next revolution in the power industry and it sets new standards in saving power for virtually everything that makes use of or converts electricity. High power electronics technologies come into play wherever there is a need to modify different forms of electric energy such as current, voltage, and frequency.
The report focuses on analysing key innovations in Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride based power electronic devices intended for high power applications in aerospace, automotive, smart grids, industrial drives and data centres.

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Methodology

Research Methodology Step by Step Approach

Analyst Desk--Summary of High Power Electronics

Analyst Desk--Trends in High Power Electronics

Analyst Desk--Enabling Technologies for High Power Applications

High Power Electronics—A Sneak Preview

Enabling Technologies

Comparative Assessment of High Power Electronic Devices

High Power Electronic Devices Categorization

Wide Band Semiconductors Driving High Power Electronics

Opportunities Influencing Key Innovations

Applicability of High Power Electronics in Automotive

Applicability of High Power Electronics in Aerospace

Applicability of High Power Electronics in Smart Grids

Applicability of High Power Electronics in Industrial Motors

Applicability of High Power Electronics in Data Centers

SiC Diodes Increase Efficiency of Frequency Converters

Robust SiC Devices

High-Efficiency GaN Transistors in Voltage Converters

SiC for Enhanced Energy Efficiency

GaN Transistors with High Electron Mobility

GaN Transistors for use in Power Electronics

Smart Power Modules Delivering High Performance and Efficiency

Monolithic LED-based on GaN offers Enhanced Efficiency

Innovation Ecosystem

Methodology to Assess Impact of Innovations

Impact Assessment of Key Innovations

Drivers Influencing Innovation Impact

Drivers Influencing Innovation Impact (Continued)

Drivers Boosting Innovations in High Power Electronics

Challenges Influencing Innovations in High Power Electronics

Challenges Impacting Innovations in High Power Electronics (Continued)

Challenges Impacting Innovations in High Power Electronics (Continued)

Demand Side Assessment – Low Cost and Reliablity

Demand Side Assessment – Standardization and High Performance Devices

Demand Side Assessment – Packaging Needs and Support

Management Strategies for Capitalizing Opportunities

High Power Electronics: Positioning of Innovative Products

High Power Electronics: Positioning of Innovative Products Explained

High Power Electronics: Positioning of Innovative Products – Value for Money and Value Added Solution

Impact of Megatrends on High Power Semiconductor

Key Conclusions

Key Recommendations

High Power Devices Patents

High Power Devices Patents (Continued)

High Power Devices Patents (Continued)

High Power Devices Patents (Continued)

High Power Devices Patents (Continued)

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The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The TechVision division of Frost & Sullivan has evaluated high power electronics technologies, and has assessed innovations that will have an impact on various applications in the near-, medium-, and long- term. Increasing need for high-power/high-voltage, high-temperature and high switching frequency power electronic devices in applications such as automotive, aerospace and defense drives the need for wide band gap materials. The high power electronic devices industry has evolved to be highly dynamic one with developments and innovations in materials, technologies, simulation tools, modelling and applications. The high power electronics technologies are the next revolution in the power industry and it sets new standards in saving power for virtually everything that makes use of or converts electricity. High power electronics technologies come into play wherever there is a need to modify different forms of electric energy such as current, voltage, and frequency. The report focuses on analysing key innovations in Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride based power electronic devices intended for high power applications in aerospace, automotive, smart grids, industrial drives and data centres.
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Author Sitanshu Ramrao Shastri
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number D6C3-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Global power electronics market
Keyword 2 High Power Electronics
Keyword 3 power electronics
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