Advanced Printing Techniques Enable
the Development of the Next Generation
of Organic Electronics
Research PREVIEW for
Nov...
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The Full Analysis Features the Following Content
Topic Slide No.
Executive Summary 4
Innovation Landscape 10
Dev...
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Key Findings
Year of Impact
Market Potential
IP Activity
Printing technologies has been widely adopted in consum...
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Key Findings (continued)
Breadth of Industries
Potential Points of
Convergence
Printing technology has been impl...
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Technology Snapshot
Printing Techniques for Organic Electronics
Overview
Market
Impact
Significance
• Printing i...
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Categorization of Printing Techniques Landscape
Printing
Techniques
Large Area
Digital
Stamping/
Embossing
Other...
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Inkjet Printing for Coating Carbon Nanotubes - University
of Texas and Northwestern University
Innovation Market...
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Ariel Brown
Corporate Communications
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Global Perspective
40+ Offices Monitoring for Opportunities and Challenges
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Industry Convergence
Comprehensive Industry Coverage Sparks Innovation Opportunities
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Organic Electronics Made Possible by Advanced Printing Techniques

Printing techniques such as gravure, inkjet, flexography and lithograph have enabled the development of various cost-efficient electronic equipment and multi-material parts. While novel-printing techniques have been employed primarily to produce consumer electronics such as organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), continuing technology and material advancements will extend its use to the wearable, automotive, building and architecture segments.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Organic Electronics Made Possible by Advanced Printing Techniques

  • 1. Advanced Printing Techniques Enable the Development of the Next Generation of Organic Electronics Research PREVIEW for Novel Printing Techniques for Organic Electronics
  • 2. D56A-TI 2 The Full Analysis Features the Following Content Topic Slide No. Executive Summary 4 Innovation Landscape 10 Development of Printing Technologies 11 Printing Technologies for Organic Electronics- Overview 12 Printing Techniques Landscape 13 Industry Value Chain 19 Key Stakeholder Activities 20 Future Applications-Year of Impact 21 Market Projections 22 Drivers 23 Challenges 24 Printing Technologies and Applications 25 Topic Slide No. Innovation Indicators 26 Patent Landscape 27 Funding Scenario 29 M&A Trends 30 Market Implications of Innovation 31 Business Opportunities 37 Investment Opportunities 38 Convergence Opportunities 39 Strategic Outlook 40
  • 3. D56A-TI 3 Key Findings Year of Impact Market Potential IP Activity Printing technologies has been widely adopted in consumer electronics products. Currently this technology is used in OLED and photovoltaics. Different printing technologies and development in functional fluid and inks are making inroads into this sector and are expected to be adopted on a large scale by 2020. The printing technology market is growing at a rapid pace, and this trend is expected to increase in the coming years. The other factor fuelling this growth is the demand from new market segments. The consumer electronics segment will remain the major source of revenue for the industry. The patent landscape is dominated by Samsung and LG, followed by Philips. South Korea and China leads the pack with the maximum number of patents filed, followed by USA. Companies are building a strong IP portfolio with patents related to advancement in printing technologies. This is seen as one of the strategies employed by the companies to maintain their competitive position in the market. Funding Government support program plays an important role in funding the research and development activities of various innovations in printing technology. Currently, funding is mainly focused on developing this technology to meet the growing needs of the customer and making devices more feasible for integration into various consumer products.
  • 4. D56A-TI 4 Key Findings (continued) Breadth of Industries Potential Points of Convergence Printing technology has been implemented in a large number of products in the consumer electronics market. In the consumer electronics arena, there has been prolific adoption of this technology in the OLED segment. Cross industrial adoption of this technology is also expanding. In consumer electronics, there has been an increase in demand for higher efficiency, and functionality. Printing technology is seen as a solution to address these growing user needs. This technology has the potential to open up or expand the industrial, automotive, commercial, and healthcare sectors, where it could be adopted on a large scale. Implication of Innovations Printing techniques are playing a vital role in organic electronics market. Several universities, consortiums and companies are working towards advancing and developing printing techniques for atomic layer deposition, fluropolymer coating, mass production and customization. Few key developers include University of Texas, Northwestern University, Beneq, Kateeva, Japanese Consortium.
  • 5. D56A-TI 5 Technology Snapshot Printing Techniques for Organic Electronics Overview Market Impact Significance • Printing is a manufacturing process used to produce various electronic equipment, multi-material parts, and objects. • To fabricate organic substrates, various printing techniques are used, such as, inkjet printing, gravure, flexography and many more. • Adoption of printing techniques in organic electronics is increasing because of the requirement of customized products and the increasing attention received by the organic materials segment. • Using printing techniques to manufacture organic electronics enables rapid manufacturing and low-waste manufacturing of cost-effective products that can be customized further based on end-user requirements. • With the help of printing, it is possible to develop a manufacturing environment that is agile. This helps to further reduce approximately 70% of time for production. • Market capability is growing in automotive, medical, consumer electronics, packaging, and smart textiles. • According to varied industrial sources by 2025, the market for printing organic electronics is expected to be approximately US $190 billion. • Wearable applications and consumer electronics are expected to be the areas for wider usage of the technology, followed by applications in automotive, building, and architecture. Technology Maturity 0 1 2 3 4 5 Technology Adoption 0 1 2 3 4 5
  • 6. D56A-TI 6 Categorization of Printing Techniques Landscape Printing Techniques Large Area Digital Stamping/ Embossing Others Letter Press Indirect Gravure Gravure Dip Pen Lithography Screen Printing Flat Printing Thermography Relief Gravure Thermal Ink Transfer Steel Engraving Thermal Ink Sublimation Pad Printing Electrography Aerosol Jet Printing Micro Contact Nanolithography Laser Transfer Step & Repeat Lithography Stencil Lithography R2R Lithography Embossing Cold Foil Stamping Hot Foil Stamping Foil Stamping Hot Embossing Cold Embossing Electrophotography/ Xerographie Magnetography Offset Waterless Offset Rotating Screen Flat ScreenTypographic Letterset Flexographic Direct Thermography Inkjet Piezo BinaryuDot Continuous Hertz Static Drop on Demand Thermal Side Shooter Multiple Top Shooter Acoustic Squeeze Bend Shear Push
  • 7. D56A-TI 7 Inkjet Printing for Coating Carbon Nanotubes - University of Texas and Northwestern University Innovation Market Implication Commercialization & Monetization Models Flexible Electronics Wearable Electronics Energy Near- Medium- Long- Term • R&D for implementing with complex circuit. • Volume production with inkjet printing for flexible electronics. • Customization of products Use of inkjet printing technology for fluoropolymer (PVDF-TrFE) coating single- walled carbon nanotube transistor and ring oscillator circuits. Implication Device PVDF-TrFE Government Fluoropolymer Coating Drivers US Office of Naval research is funding the project for R&D and commercialization. Faster and better performing circuit, with reduction in power consumption. A low-cost solution that helps to achieve higher resolution with inkjet printing. It is the most effective coating technique for printed electronics.  Near-term: Flexible Displays such as OLED  Medium-term: Smart Textiles Long-Term: Solar energy harvesting Plans o Highly focused on printed electronics market. oTargeting flexible and wearable electronics industry. o Expected to gain entry into US Navy applications primarily. Impact
  • 8. D56A-TI 8 Interested in Full Access? Connect With Us Ariel Brown Corporate Communications (210) 247.2481 ariel.brown@frost.com Research Authors Sitanshu Shastri Industry Analyst Technical Insights Sumit Kumar Pal Senior Research Analyst Technical Insights Kasthuri Jagadeesan Program Manager Technical Insights Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FrostandSullivan LinkedIn Group https://www.linkedin.com/company/frost-&-sullivan SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/FrostandSullivan Twitter https://twitter.com/Frost_Sullivan Frost & Sullivan Events http://bit.ly/MvPRbQ GIL Community http://ww2.frost.com/gil-community/
  • 9. D56A-TI 9 Global Perspective 40+ Offices Monitoring for Opportunities and Challenges
  • 10. D56A-TI 10 Industry Convergence Comprehensive Industry Coverage Sparks Innovation Opportunities Automotive & Transportation Aerospace & Defense Measurement & Instrumentation Information & Communication Technologies HealthcareEnvironment & Building Technologies Energy & Power Systems Chemicals, Materials & Food Electronics & Security Industrial Automation & Process Control Automotive Transportation & Logistics Consumer Technologies Minerals & Mining

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