Printed Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights)

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This research study deals with the industry potential of printed electronics' technologies; associated applications and its commercial viability across different sectors.

Table of Contents

Printed Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope & Research MethodologyScopeMethodologyResearch Overview and Key FindingsPrinted Electronics - Implications Versus CMOS Wafer-Based SystemsPrinted Electronics - Industry OverviewPrinted Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights), Printed Electronics--Technology and Applications AssessmentTechnology PrimerEvolution of Printable ElectronicsTypes of Manufacturing (Printing) Processes Used--Inkjet PrintingGravure/Flexographic PrintingScreen and Offset PrintingMaterials/Specialty Chemicals Aspect for Printed ElectronicsPolymeric Materials and RequirementsMetallic/Nanometallic and Organic Inks and Ink RequirementsImpact of Low Cost High Volume ManufacturingInkjet PrintingOther Manufacturing TechniquesPrinted Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption AnalysisTechnology Adoption FactorsKey Adoption Drivers for Printed ElectronicsKey Challenges for Printed ElectronicsPrinted Electronics - Assessment of ApplicationsOrganic Light Emitting DiodesElectroluminescent DisplaysPrinted BatteriesPhotovoltaicsPrinted MemoriesPrinted E-TextilesSmart Labels/PackagingFunding and Intellectual Property OverviewInsights on Key Funding ActivitiesIntellectual Property (IP) TrendsSummary of Key PatentsTrends in Printable ElectronicsIndustry Trends and Market OpportunitiesApplications RoadmapAnalyst InsightsR&D ContactsCorporateUniversitiesPrinted Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights), Technology Development Case Studies by Application SectorKey Developments in the Opto-Electronics SectorFlexible Active Matrix Organic Thin Film Transistor Backplanes for E-Reader Products--UKInnovative Imaging Film for Electronic Paper Display Technology--USANew Carbon Nanotube-Based Films to Replace Indium Tin Oxide in Displays--USADoped Polymer Organic Lighting Emitting Display Technology for Low-Resolution Displays and Specialty Lighting--USAA Revolutionary New EL Display from Pelikon--UKElectronic Paper Display--TaiwanNovel Electroluminescent Organic Semiconductors; Cornell University--USAKey Developments in the Life Sciences and Healthcare SectorsPrinted Photonic Micro-Fluidic System for the Life Science Industry--USAInnovative Technique to Produce Highly Ordered Silicon Nanowires on Plastic Substrates--USAPrinted Electronic Nose Vapor Sensors for Consumer/Healthcare Products Monitoring--USAPrinted Nanosilver for Electronics and Healthcare--USAFlexible Transistors for Your Clothes--University of Linz; AustriaOrganic FETs for Flexible Braille Displays; University of Tokyo--JapanKey Developments in General Packaging and Manufacturing IndustriesXymara Electra for Printed RFID and Graphic Arts Applications--SwitzerlandKonarka Builds Power Plastic that Converts Light to Energy Anywhere--USAPrinted Polymer Electronics May Be the Future of RFID--GermanyTHz Semiconductor Devices Made by Single-Step Lithography for Printed RFID and Other Applications--UK Silicon Nanocrystal Inks for Solar Power Generation--USAInorganic Thin Film Solar Cells for Clean Energy from Honda Motors--JapanOrganic Radical-Based Rechargeable Battery; Waseda University--JapanPrinted Electronics--Technologies and Applications (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesWorld OLED Revenues--2002 to 2012World RFID Tags Revenue--2002 to 2012Number of Manufacturing Establishments--North America; 2002 to 2012Consumer Electronics Contribution to Electronics Industry--2002 to 2012

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