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薄膜電池市場の最新情報と今後の市場 2016-2025年

New and Future Markets for Thin-Film Batteries – 2016 to 2025

 

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n-tech Research (NanoMarkets)
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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「薄膜電池市場の最新情報と今後の市場 2016-2025年」は、ウェアラブルやモノのインターネット(IoT)時代に入り、ついには高出力用途で、従来とは異なる新たなビジネスチャンスをつかみつつある薄膜バッテリー(薄膜電池)について調査しています。薄膜電池の現在と今後の技術査定と概説を行い、既存企業や新規参入する企業についても記載しています。

目次(抜粋)

  • 薄膜バッテリー市場に拡大する技術革新
  • 薄膜バッテリーの用途:現在、ニッチ(軍事センサ、医療用途、スマートカード、RFIDとスマート包装)
  • ウェアラブルやモノのインターネット以降の薄膜バッテリーの用途
Discriptions
 
In this report, n-tech evaluates the opportunities that are emerging for thin-film batteries as they move beyond their traditional applications into the era of wearables and IoT and eventually higher powered applications.
 
The report includes a technical assessment of current and future generations of thin-film batteries including providing guidance on how the performance and feature sets of thin-film batteries fit in with current and future market needs. 
 
We also examine the strategies of the leading firms – major electronics and pure player thin-film battery firms – in the thin-film battery market and offer commentary on the companies to be watched in the coming years as new entrants emerge and companies exit. 
 
The report also provides granular ten-year forecasts of the thin-film battery market in value and volume terms with breakouts by applications, performance, battery type, etc.  Applications include traditional usage in powered smart cards, medical products and sensors as well as new markets emerging related to IoT and wearables.
 
This report will also focus heavily on next-generation manufacturing and thin-film battery technology and how the latest trends in these areas will transform the value proposition for thin-film batteries as a whole.

- See more at: http://ntechresearch.com/market_reports/new-and-future-markets-for-thin-film-batteries-2016-to-2025#sthash.eTnRBwnt.dpuf



目次

Executive Summary
 
E.1 How technology evolution is expanding the market for thin-film batteries
E.2 How will the large electronics firms shape the thin-film battery market?
E.3 Is there still room for startups in the thin-film battery sector?
E.4 High-volume markets for thin-film batteries:  IoT, wearables and cell phones
E.4 Future applications of thin-film batteries in the energy and transportation market
E.5 Six companies to watch in the thin-film battery market
E.6 Summary of eight-year market forecasts for thin-film batteries
 
Chapter One: Introduction
 
1.1 Background to this report
1.2 Objective and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan of this Report
 
Chapter Two: Technological Evolution of Thin-Film Batteries
 
2.1 Notable thin-film battery design and performance trends
2.1.1 Improvements in energy and power density
2.1.2 Power and voltage
2.1.3 Charging times and time between charges
2.1.4 Lifetimes and reliability
2.1.5 Thinness and form factors
2.1.6 Flexible thin-film batteries
2.1.7 Temperature stability
2.2 Current and future battery chemistries for thin-film batteries
2.2.1 Electrodes
2.2.2 Electrolytes
2.2.3 Packaging
2.2.4 Rechargability: Primary and secondary cells
2.3 Thin-film battery manufacturing trends
2.3.1 Trends in thin-film manufacturing and their impact on thin-film batteries
2.3.2 Thin-film batteries vs. printed batteries
2.3.3 Scalability of thin-film manufacturing technology
2.5 Thin-film technology and supercapacitors
2.6 Environmental and safety considerations
2.7 Key points made in this chapter
 
Chapter Three:  Thin-Film Batteries Applications:  Current Niches
 
3.1 Existing commercial markets for thin-film batteries
3.1.1 Military sensors and other specialist sensors
3.1.2 Medical applications:  Patches and implants
3.1.3 Powered smart cards
3.1.4 RFID and smart packaging
3.2 Ten-year forecasts for thin-film batteries in current/niche applications
3.2.2 Pricing requirements
3.3 Key points made in this chapter
 
Chapter Four:  Applications for Thin-Film Batteries in Wearables, IoT and Beyond
 
4.1 Transitional markets
4.1.1 Clock and SRAM backup
4.1.2 Energy harvesting
4.2 Emerging markets for thin-film batteries
4.2.1 Internet-of-Things
4.2.2 Industrial Internet
4.2.3 Wearables and electronic textiles
4.3 Ten-year forecasts for thin-film batteries in wearables, IoT and wew applications
4.3.2 Pricing requirement
4.4 Key points made in this chapter
 
About the Analysts
 
List of Acronyms

 

 

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n-tech Issues Latest Report on Thin-Film Batteries Market

Glen Allen, Virginia:  Industry analyst firm n-tech Research today announced the release of a new report titled “New and Future Markets for Thin-Film Batteries – 2016 to 2025” The report focuses on the new opportunities emerging for thin batteries as the result of the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable electronics.  In the report the firm states that the market for thin-film batteries will exceed $800 million in revenues by 2021.
 
About the report:
 
This report includes a technical assessment of thin-film batteries including providing guidance on how the performance and feature sets of thin-film batteries fit in with current and future market needs.  It also examines the strategies of the leading firms both major electronics companies and pure player suppliers in the thin-film battery market.
 
In addition, the report provides granular ten-year forecasts of the thin-film battery market in value and volume terms with breakouts by applications and battery type, etc.  In addition to projecting the market for thin film batteries in IoT and wearables, this report also forecasts the usage of these batteries in more conventional applications such as smart cards, medical products and smart packaging.
 
Companies discussed in this report include:  24M, ALD NanoSolutions, Analog Devices, Apple, Applied Materials, BrightVolt, Broadcom, Cymbet, Ericsson, FlexEl, Fujitsu, Ilika, Intel, ITN, Jeeva, Jenax, Kurt J. Lesker, LG, OGES, Panasonic, Polystar, Samsung, Prieto, Sakti3, Sapurast Research, Showa Denko, Sony, STMicroelectronics, TDK and Toes Opto-Mechatronics.
 
Highlights:
 
Thin film battery makers have always viewed sensor networks as having strong potential for thin film batteries, but the IoT will lead to tens of billions of sensor nodes being put in place. Thin film batteries can compete as an IoT power source in this sector only if their cost and size can be reduced by almost an order of magnitude and there are now processes being developed that will be able to meet this objective.  n-tech also expects that energy harvesting will serve as a key enabling technology for thin-film batteries in the IoT, which is expected to generate around $110 million in revenues by 2021.
 
By 2021, n-tech expects revenue for thin-film batteries for wearable electronics to reach around $120 million by 2021.  While many wearables can make do with conventional batteries, the wearable market will intrinsically require flexible batteries that can be embedded in thin devices, straps or clothing. There are now active R&D programs to develop such flexible batteries involving some of the largest electronics firms in the world. Wearables are another area where energy harvesting will play an important role: energy harvesting using body heat or body motion is an effective way to recharge thin film batteries.
 
Today, most thin film batteries are fabricated using the vacuum processes, such as sputtering. This can be expensive processes and involve traditional battery firms in major capital expense.  Existing battery makers are often unwilling to spend the money to buy new plant, especially since they are not typically familiar with sputtering and similar processes.  Alternatives to vacuum fabrication for thin film batteries are being developed including coating and lamination.  And flexible batteries could potentially be manufactured in an R2R process,

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