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スマートコーティング市場調査 2016-2025年

Smart Coatings Markets 2016-2025

 

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米国調査会社エヌテックリサーチ(n-tech Research)の調査レポート「スマートコーティング市場調査 2016-2025年」は、世界のスマートコーティング市場を調査しています。2011年から継続して調査レポートを発行しており、各産業における表面塗装・加工や塗布膜の大きな市場の市場動向や市場予測も行っています。今回の調査レポートでは、特殊な塗装や用途にも注目し、新しい市場の企業の成長についても記載しています。基礎的な材料、添加剤、コーティングや塗料と、サプライチェーンやエンドユーザの企業についても記載しています。

目次(抜粋)

  • 2015年からのスマートコーティング市場の変化 - エヌテックリサーチ(n-tech Research)の調査レポートによる
  • スマートコーティング:材料、製品、技術
  • スマートコーティング:製剤・処方、合成、コーティング技術
  • 航空宇宙産業のスマートコーティング市場
  • 海事・海運産業のスマートコーティング市場
  • 自動車産業のスマートコーティング市場
  • 建設業のスマートコーティング市場
  • 消費者向け製品市場のスマートコーティング
  • 医薬品・医療市場のスマートコーティング市場
  • エネルギー関連市場のスマートコーティング市場
  • その他軍事市場のスマートコーティング

Descriptions

n-tech Research has published a compendium report on the smart coatings business since 2011.   And while we have issued more focused studies on more specific coatings and applications this study provides a unique collection of market analysis and forecasting that provides companies a single source of comprehensive smart coatings data.
 
Our 2016 study will continue its evolution by focusing on where we see significant applications for coatings (vs surfaces and applied films) across targeting industry sectors.  The forecasts will be even more granular than in past years. 
 
We see smart coatings as a key opportunity for coatings companies looking to find new growth opportunities in current and new markets.  This report will provide an invaluable resource to companies who supply base materials and additives, coatings and paints, manufacturers within the supply chain and the end users themselves.
 
Fully-focused on coatings:  Electrochromic coatings, hydrophilic coatings, hydrophobic and omniphobic coatings, microencapsulation and vascular self-healing coatings, multifunctional coatings, other self-dimming and color shifting coatings, photovoltaic coatings, piezoelectric and piezo-magnetic, self-healing polymers polymer foams and hydrogels, smart anti-corrosion/anti-fouling,  smart antimicrobial and antifungals
 
Industries covered: Aerospace, Automotive, Construction, Consumer Products, Energy, Marine, Medical & Healthcare. Military
 
Manufacturing emphasis:  The report will give special emphasis to novel coating technologies (how the coating is put on the substrate) and formulation/synthesis (how the coating is actually made) approaches for coatings and especially how these can be scaled up to volume production.
 
High-level of granularity in forecasts in lengthy report:  We anticipate that this report will be 250 pages plus, with heavy emphasis on detailed forecasts constructed from end user demand, industry and market specific factors. 
 
Companies:
  • 3M
  • AK Coatings
  • AkzoNobel
  • AnCatt
  • Arkema
  • ATFI
  • Autonomic Materials
  • Axalta
  • BASF
  • Cardinal Glass
  • Clariant
  • Corning
  • Covestro
  • Devan
  • Dow Chemical
  • Dow Corning
  • Drywired
  • DSM Coatings
  • DSM Biomedical
  • DuPont
  • Evonik
  • Hempel
  • INI Worldwide (Industrial Nanotech)
  • IoLiTec
  • Kimberly-Clark
  • Life Material Technology
  • Lonza Industrial Solutions
  • Lubrizol
  • Microban
  • NanoTex
  • NEI Corporation
  • nGimat
  • Nolla
  • NSG/Pilkington
  • Parx Plastics
  • P2i
  • PPG
  • PPG Architectural Coatings
  • Reactive Surfaces
  • Saint-Gobain
  • Schoeller Tech
  • Sciessent
  • Sensor Coatings Systems
  • Sherwin-Williams
  • SLIPS Technologies
  • Specialty Coating Systems
  • Tesla Nanocoatings
  • Valspar
  • Vestagen
  • Yangfeng Interiors (formerly Johnson Controls) 


目次

Executive Summary
 
E.1 Changes since n-tech’s 2015 report on smart coatings
E.2 Emerging opportunities by type of smart coating
E.2.1 Self-healing coatings
E.2.3 Self-cleaning and anti-corrosion coatings
E.2.4 Self-dimming and color-shifting coatings
E.2.5 Smart antimicrobial and antifungal coatings
E.2.6 Photovoltaic coatings
E.2.7 Piezoelectric coatings
E.2.8 Aerogels
E.3 Manufacturing:  Opportunities and challenges
E.3.1 Formulation and synthesis of smart coatings
E.3.2 Novel coatings technologies for smart coatings
E.4 Changes in the smart coatings supply chain
E.5 A note on military markets
E.6 Sources of funding for smart coatings startups
E.7 Forecasting methodology and summary of ten-year forecasts for smart coatings markets
E.7.1 Sources of data
E.7.2 Economic assumptions
E.7.3 Alternative Scenarios
E.7.4 Summary of ten-year forecasts of smart coatings market by end-user sector
E.7.5 Summary of ten-year forecast of smart coatings by end-user sector
 
Chapter One: Introduction
 
1.1 Background to the report
1.2 Objectives and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan of this report
 
Chapter Two: Smart Coatings:  Materials, Products and Technologies
 
2.1 Self-healing coatings
2.1.1 Reversible polymers
2.1.2 Polymer foams
2.1.3 Role of hydrogels and shape memory polymers
2.1.4 Microencapsulated and vascular-embedded coatings
2.2 Self-cleaning, smart anti-corrosion and smart anti-fouling coatings
2.2.1 Hydrophilic coatings
2.2.2 Hydrophobic, oleophobic and omniphobic coatings
2.2.3 Novel catalysts for self-cleaning coatings
2.2.4 Electrostatic coatings for self-cleaning
2.2.5 Smart anti-corrosion and wear-resistant coatings
2.2.5 Smart anti-fouling coatings
2.3 Smart antimicrobials and antifungals
2.3.1 Smart Silver as an antimicrobial
2.3.2 Hydrogels as a smart antimicrobial coating
2.3.4 Other materials as smart antimicrobial coatings
2.3.5 Making smart antimicrobials smarter
2.4 Self-dimming and color-shifting coatings
2.4.1 Electrochromic coatings
2.4.2 Other self-dimming coatings
2.4.3 Color-shifting paints and inks
2.5 Photovoltaic coatings
2.6 Piezoelectric and piezomagnetic coatings
2.7 The trend towards multifunctional coatings
2.8 Environmental issues
2.9 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Three: Smart Coatings:  Formulations, Synthesis and Coating Technologies
 
3.1 Current trends in formulation and synthesis of smart coatings
3.2 Coating technology trends:  Implications for smart coatings
3.3 Growing role of nanotechnology in the smart coatings business
3.3.1 Use of nano-patterning in smart coatings
3.3.2 Smart nanocoatings
3.4 Printed smart inks?
3.5 Self-assembly and self-stratification as a way to reduce manufacturing costs
3.5.1 Self-assembled monolayers
3.6 Scaling up novel coating technologies to high volumes
3.7 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Four:  Markets for Smart Coatings in the Aerospace Industry
 
4.1 Key drivers for smart coatings in the aerospace industry:  Implications for smart coatings
4.1.1 Increased military budgets
4.1.2 Fuel prices and light-weighting:  Balancing each other
4.1.3 Competition in the airline industry
4.1.4 Rise of the UAVs
4.2 Smart windows coatings for the aerospace industry
4.3 Smart-anticorrosion coatings for the aerospace industry
4.4 Smart coatings for aircraft interiors
4.5 Smart coatings from leading aircraft manufacturers
4.6 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
4.6.1 Civil aviation
4.6.2 Military aircraft and helicopters
4.6.3 Space vehicles and UAVs
4.6.4 Forecast by world region
4.6.5 Summary of forecasts
4.7 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Five:  Markets for Smart Coatings in Marine Applications
 
5.1  Smart anti-fouling coatings
5.1.1 The downside of copper
5.1.2 Smart coating alternatives to copper for anti-fouling applications
5.2 Other potential applications for smart coatings in marine markets
5.2.1 Interior surfaces
5.3 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
5.3.1 Large ships
5.3.2 Small craft
5.3.3 Naval vessels
5.3.4 Forecast by world region
5.3.5 Summary of forecasts
5.4 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Six:   Markets for Smart Coatings in the Automotive Industry
 
6.1 Key drivers for smart coatings in the automotive industry:  Implications for smart coatings
6.1.1 Fuel prices and light-weighting
6.1.2 More glass
6.1.3 Driverless cars
6.1.4 Design competition in the automotive industry
6.2 Coatings for smart windows and mirrors
6.2.1 SPD
6.2.2 Alternatives to SPD in the automotive space
6.2.3 Electrochromic mirrors
6.3 Coatings for self-healing auto glass
6.4 Exterior paints and coatings
6.4.1 From scratch-resistant coatings to self-healing body coatings
6.4.2 From polish to self-cleaning coatings
6.5 Smart anti-corrosion coatings for car exteriors and engines
6.5.1 Car bodies and underseals
6.5.2 Braking and suspension systems
6.5.3 Smart coatings as lubricants
6.6 Smart coatings for car and truck interiors
6.7 Current smart coatings projects by leading car and truck makers
6.8 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
6.8.1 Luxury vehicles
6.8.2 Family vehicles
6.8.3 Trucks, buses and military vehicles
6.8.4 Forecast by world region
6.8.5 Summary of forecasts
6.9 Smart coatings in the automotive aftermarket
6.10 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Seven:   Markets for Smart Coatings in the Construction Industry
 
7.1 Key drivers for smart coatings in the construction industry:  Implications for smart coatings
7.1.1 Green building and LEED design
7.1.2 Energy efficiency
7.1.3 Demographics
7.2 Self-cleaning coatings for the construction industry
7.2.1 The future of coatings for self-cleaning window glass
7.2.2 Self-cleaning exterior building paints and coatings
7.2.3 Potential for self-cleaning interior wall and floor coatings
7.3 Markets and products for self-healing building coatings
7.3.1 Interior
7.3.2 Exterior
7.4 Coatings for smart windows
7.4.1 Electrochromic coatings
7.4.2 Alternatives to electrochromic coatings for smart windows
7.5  Color-shifting paints: What type of buildings need them?
7.6 Protecting building surfaces with smart antimicrobials
7.7 Smart coatings for BIPV
7.8 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
7.8.1 Prestige buildings
7.8.2 Commercial and industrial buildings
7.8.3 Residential buildings
7.8.4 Forecast by world region
7.8.5 Summary of forecasts
7.9 Smart coatings in the building materials supply chain
7.10 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Eight: Smart Coatings in Consumer Product Markets
 
8.1 Key drivers for smart coatings in the construction industry:  Implications for smart coatings
8.1.1 Trend towards smart devices and wearables
8.1.2 Fashion and consumer product design trends
8.1.2 Demographics
8.2. Price/performance trade offs for smart coatings in the consumer sector
8.3 Self-cleaning and antimicrobial coatings for consumer products
8.3.1 Consumer electronics and appliances
8.3.2 Furniture
8.3.3 Consumer electronics
8.3.4 Textiles, clothing and carpets
8.4  Smart antimicrobials for consumer products
8.4.1 Consumer electronics and appliances
8.4.2 Furniture
8.4.3 Textiles and clothing
8.4.4 Textiles and clothing
8.5 Self-healing coatings as an alternative to anti-scratch coatings in consumer products
8.5.1 Consumer electronics and appliances
8.5.2 Furniture and self-healing wood
8.6 Special considerations for clothing and textiles
8.6.1 Preserving color and smart color shifting coatings
8.6.2 Breathability
8.7 Smart consumer glass coatings
8.7.1 Self-cleaning display screens
8.7.2 Smart coatings for mirrors
8.8 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
8.8.1 Furniture
8.8.2 Commercial and industrial buildings
8.8.3 Residential buildings
8.8.4 Forecast by world region
8.8.5 Summary of forecasts
8.9 Smart coatings as a retail product
8.10 Key points from this chapter
 
Chapter Nine:   Markets for Smart Coatings in Medical and Healthcare Markets
 
9.1 Drivers for smart coatings in medical/healthcare markets:  Implications for smart coatings
9.1.1 Strain-resistant microbes
9.1.2 Hospital acquired infections
9.1.3 Demographics: Aging populations
9.1.4 Short hospital stays and bringing medicine closer to the patient
9.1.5 New payment and insurance arrangements
9.2 The business case for smart antimicrobials         
9.3 Materials platforms for smart antimicrobials
9.3.1 Silver Nanoparticles       
9.3.2 Peptides
9.3.3 Hydrogels for bioactive coatings           
9.3.4 Smart polymers and smart antimicrobials together at last 
9.3.5  Nanotechnology and antimicrobials
9.3.6 Other selective antimicrobials and smart anti-inflammatories
9.4 Self-cleaning antimicrobials         
9.4.1  Antimicrobials and super-hydrophobic materials  
9.5 Smart coatings for drug delivery
9.6  Smart coatings and biocompatibility  
9.7 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
9.7.1 Implants
9.7.2 Surgical instruments
9.7.3 Surfaces in healthcare facilities
9.7.4 Medical uniforms and medical monitoring clothing
9.7.5 Forecast by world region
9.7.6 Summary of forecasts
9.8 Key points from this chapter        
 
Chapter Ten:   Markets for Smart Coatings in Energy-Related Markets
 
10. 1 Key drivers for smart coatings in energy-related markets: Implications for smart coatings
10.1.1 Energy price trends and energy efficiency
10.1.2 Shift to alternative energy sources
10.2 Photovoltaics
10.2.1 Photovoltaic coatings
10.2.2 Self-cleaning coatings for solar panels
10.2.3 Smarter anti-reflective coatings for solar panels
10.3 Fuel cells, batteries and smart coatings
10.4 Smart coatings for wind and gas turbines
10.5 Smart coatings for oil slick removal
10.6 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
10.6.1 Oil industry
10.6.2 Traditional electricity generation
10.6.3 Wind generation
10.6.4 Photovoltaics
10.6.5 Fuel cells and batteries
10.6.6 Forecast by world region
10.6.7 Summary of forecasts
10.7 Key points from this chapter        
 
Chapter Eleven:   Other Military Markets for Smart Coatings
11.1 The military’s role in funding smart coatings
11.2 Military applications covered in previous chapters
11.3 Smart coatings for camouflage
11.4 Smart coatings for the detection of toxic substances
11.5 Smart coatings for military uniforms
11.6 Ten-year forecasts of smart coatings use by type of coatings
11.6.1 Camouflage
11.6.2 Toxin detection
11.6.3 Military uniforms
11.6.4 Forecast by world region
11.6.5 Summary of forecasts
11.7 Key points from this chapter        
           
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プレスリリース

[日本語訳]  ~ 2015年の調査レポートのプレスリリースです。

スマートコーティング市場は2020年までに58億ドル規模へ到達する見込み

バージニア州グレンアレン、2015年1月29日

米国調査会社NanoMarkets社の新刊レポート「スマートコーティング市場調査 2015-2022年 - Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022」は、同社が2010年から行ってきたスマートコーティングの調査について、引き続きその情報を提供している。スマートコーティング市場は2015年に約6億1000万ドル規模となり、2020年には58億ドル規模へ成長する見込みであると同レポートは伝えている。

レポートについて

このレポートでは経済面で重要なセクターになる建設、エネルギー、自動車、医療、家電、繊維、軍事におけるスマートコーティング市場の分析を行う。比較的成熟したスマートコーティング (例えば自己洗浄コーティングなど) 市場に関する調査結果も含んでおり、スマート多層コーティングなどの最新製品についての情報も提供する。

このレポートは出荷量 (平方メートル単位) および収益 (100万ドル単位)の8年間予測とスマートコーティングの全ての主要クラスの他、窒素やポリマーなどの加工材料についても各エンドユーザセクタの予測を行っている。

調査対象企業には、3M、AK Coatings、AkzoNobel、AnCatt、Apple、Autonomic Materials、Axalta、BASF、BioSuma、BigSky Technologies、Cardinal Glass、CHT Group、Clariant、Corning、Debiotech、Dow Chemical、Dow Corning、DSM、Dunmore、Duco、DuPont、GE、Gentex、Hempel、Hypho Technology、Industrial Nanotech、IngeniaTouch、Jotun、Lonza Industrial Solutions、Lubrizol、Microtek Laboratories、nanoShell、Nanovations、Nano Lab、nGimat、NSG、P2i、Pilkington、Pleotint、PPG、Research Frontiers、Ross Technology、Sage Electrochromics、Saint-Gobain、SeePoint Technology、Seagate、Senseg、Silco Tek、Sherwin-Williams、Specialty Coating Systems、SRI、Svaya、SWITCH Materials、Tesla Nanocoatings、ToyotaおよびValsparが含まれる。

レポートから

自己修理、自己組織化および自己洗浄のコーティングはかつて目にしたことのない耐用年数や性能の領域へ到達しようとしている。その結果として、それらの次世代製品に市場は更に大きくなることが見込まれるNanoMarkets社では自己修理コーティング市場は2020年までに5億3000万ドルへ到達していくと見込んでいる。

また、NanoMarkets社はスマートコーティング分野の重要な研究開発プログラムは成果をもたらし、新たなスマートコーティング製品および様々な製品クラスを導いてくるであろうとみている。多層コーティングは特に期待が見込まれ、NanoMarkets社ではそれは多機能なスマートコーティングを展開していく最もシンプルな方法とみている。将来的にスマートコーティングは自己修理および自己洗浄機能を引き継いだ太陽光エネルギー発電をもたらしてくるであろう。

モノのインターネットのおかげにより、エレクトロニクス分野におけるスマートコーティングの商業的な可能性はこの数年のうちに拡大しているとNanoMarkets社は考えている。センサーの役割も果たすスマートコーティングなら、広い範囲のセンサーパネルを作り出すことで大きなセンサーデバイスよりもより高い経済効果を生み出していくであろう。現在、エレクトロニクス分野のスマートコーティング販売収益は2020年に2億2500万ドルへ到達することが見込まれている。

しかしながらその一方でNanoMarkets社はエネルギーや環境対応型 (グリーン) ビルディングの分野におけるスマートコーティングの展望は1年前よりも楽観視できない状況にあるという。この新たな状況下にあるスマートコーティング関連企業では窓用の自己調光コーティングをエネルギー節約のためではなく美観やムード照明を目的とする今までとは異なる市場戦略の再編成を行っていかなければならないであろう。

[プレスリリース原文]

Smart Coatings Market Set to Reach $ 5.8 Billion by 2020

Published: January 29, 2015

Glen Allen, VA:  NanoMarkets has announced the release of a new report titled,   “Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022,” a report that continues the firm’s coverage of the smart coatings market dating back to 2010.  The report shows that the smart coatings market will grow from around $610 million in 2015 to $5.8 billion in 2020. 

About the Report:

The report analyzes the markets for smart coatings in key sectors of the economy including construction, energy, automotive, healthcare, consumer electronics, textiles and the military.  Coverage includes relatively mature smart coatings (e.g., self-cleaning coatings), along with latest materials such as smart multi-layer coatings.

The report also provides detailed eight-year forecasts in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms and for each end-user sector the report includes separate forecasts for all the main classes of smart coatings as well as for the underlying oxides, polymers, etc., from which they are fabricated.

Firms addressed in the report include: 3M, AK Coatings, AkzoNobel, AnCatt, Apple, Autonomic Materials, Axalta, BASF, BioSuma, BigSky Technologies, Cardinal Glass, CHT Group, Clariant, Corning, Debiotech, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DSM, Dunmore, Duco, DuPont, GE, Gentex, Hempel, Hypho Technology, Industrial Nanotech, IngeniaTouch, Jotun, Lonza Industrial Solutions, Lubrizol, Microtek Laboratories, nanoShell, Nanovations, Nano Lab, nGimat, NSG, P2i, Pilkington, Pleotint, PPG, Research Frontiers, Ross Technology, Sage Electrochromics, Saint-Gobain, SeePoint Technology, Seagate, Senseg, Silco Tek, Sherwin-Williams, Specialty Coating Systems, SRI, Svaya, SWITCH Materials, Tesla Nanocoatings, Toyota and Valspar.

From the Report:

Self-healing, self-assembling and self-cleaning coatings are about to reach lifetimes and performance levels never seen before. As a result, the next generation of these materials will serve much larger markets.  NanoMarkets sees the market for self-healing coatings reaching $530 million by 2020.

NanoMarkets is also seeing important R&D programs in the smart coatings space coming to fruition that will lead to new smart coatings products and product classes.  Particularly exciting are multilayer coatings, which NanoMarkets sees as the simplest way to develop coatings that are multifunctional. In the future, a smart coating might provide photovoltaic energy generation with inherent self-repair and self-cleaning capabilities.

NanoMarkets believes that the commercial potential for smart coatings in the electronics sector has grown in the past year because of the Internet-of-Things (IoT). A smart coating that is also a sensor would likely be a more cost effective way to create a wide-area sensing panel than a large array of sensing devices.  Revenues from sales of smart coatings into the electronics sector is now expected to reach $225 million in 2020.

Conversely, NanoMarkets is now less optimistic than it was a year ago about the prospects for smart coatings in the energy and green building sectors, as the result of declining oil prices.  In this new environment smart coatings firms will have to tell different marketing stories such as repositioning self-dimming coatings for windows so that they become about aesthetics and mood lighting, not energy saving.

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