Technology Roadmapping of Micro-LED Displays

Small Displays Create Growth Opportunities in the Near-Term

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With rapid proliferation of high power applications and features in smart electronic devices, the battery life of such devices is often very low. Display components of smart devices consume majority of the power, thus manufacturers and developers are under constant pressure to develop a next generation innovative display technology to increase the battery life of smart electronic devices and appliances.
Micro-LEDs/ m-LED/ µLED is a high-brightness low power display technology which is proving to become competitive over conventional displays. Advanced sensing and visible light communication (VLC) are key applications enabled by micro-LED technology. With increase in proliferation of micro-LED technology, sectors such consumer electronics, automobile, and life sciences will have high impact. Government support/initiatives and the huge market potential for display applications can drive advancements and adoption of micro-LEDs in the long term. Micro-LED technology has the ability to replace conventional small, medium, and large displays in the longer term.
The technology and innovation report discusses key capabilities and applications of micro-LED technology. The applicability of the technology in the short, medium, and long term is analyzed. Some of the key questions addressed in the report are highlighted below.
•     What is the significance of micro-LED technology?
•     What are the key applications impacted by the technology?
•     What are key factors influencing adoption?
•     Who are the major innovators and innovations?
•     What is the future prospect of the technology?
•     How does patent and funding drive technology development?
•     What sort of strategies would OEMs need to embrace to gain entry and sustain competition?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Summary of Key Findings1.4 Summary of Key Findings (continued)2.0 Technology Landscape Assessment2.1 Significance of Micro-LED Technology2.2 Benchmarking of Micro-LEDs with Organic LEDs2.3 Advantages of Micro LED Technology2.4 Key Triggering Initiatives Related to Developments in Micro-LED Technology2.5 Micro-LED to Provide a Billion Dollar Opportunity in the Long Term3.0 Technology Adoption Factor Analysis – Drivers and Challenges3.1 Impact Assessment of Key Drivers and Challenges3.2 Competitive Attributes – Smaller Size, Better View, and Brightness3.3 Wide Range of Display and Non-Display Applications Drive Technology Advancements 3.4 Merger and Acquisition Opportunities with Tier-1 Companies Driving Advancements3.5 Government Policies to Promote Wide-Scale Adoption in the Long Term3.6 Factors Hindering Adoption – Technical Issues, Mass Production, Cost4.0 Assessment of Patent and Funding Trends Driving Adoption4.1 The US is Likely to Become a Leader in the Medium Term4.2 Inference from In-Depth Patent Analysis Suggests Commercialization of Small Displays in the Short Term4.3 Private Equity Provides Key Growth Opportunities for New Entrants4.4 Key Technologies to Watch out for in the Medium Term5.0 Supply Chain Assessment and Commercialization Strategies 5.1 Supply Chain – Key Stakeholders5.2 Supply Chain Integration to Enable Rapid Commercialization of Micro-LEDs5.3 Strategies to Accelerate Commercialization – Collaboration, Acquisition5.4 Strategies to Accelerate Commercialization – Prototype Launch6.0 Roadmap – Forecast till 20246.1 Micro-LED Road-map for Display Applications6.2 Emerging Applications Roadmap - Forecast till 20226.3 What are the Key Impact Sectors of Micro-LED Technology in Consumer Electronics?7.0 Strategic Perspectives on Growth Opportunities7.1 Snapshot of Trends, Opportunities and Unmet Needs7.2 Strategic Perspectives: What is the Value and Impact of Micro-LED Technology?7.3 Strategic Directions: What are Some of the Key Commercialization Strategies?7.4 Strategic Directions: What should Stakeholders Do to Remain Competitive?7.5 From the Analyst’s Desk: Smartphones will Reap the Benefits in the Medium Term7.6 From the Analyst’s Desk: Key Companies to Watch Out for in the Medium Term7.6 From the Analyst’s Desk: Key Companies to Watch Out for in the Medium Term (Continued)8.0 Industry Contacts8.1 Key Industry Contacts Legal Disclaimer




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