Category Archives: Displays

Quantum Dot Material Forecast 2019 to 2029

July 23rd, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research

Today, Nanosys announced the quantum dot material capacity expansion at its Silicon Valley manufacturing facility. “The adoption of Quantum Dot displays continues to grow,” said Jason Hartlove, CEO of Nanosys.

In the recently published “Quantum Dot Technologies and Market Forecast 2019 Report (6th Edition),” Touch Display Research surveyed many quantum dot suppliers, display manufacturers and OEMs, and analyzed and forecasted the quantum dot display component market with detail of material type and form factor.            Quantum dot concentrate and pure quantum dot weight (kg) are calculated from 2013 and forecasted from 2019 to 2029 in this report.

Figure. Quantum Dot 2019 Report, 6th Edition

Source: Touch Display Research Inc., February 2019

2019 is a transition year for our quantum dot industry. Quantum dot-on-Glass, Quantum dot-on LED chip are entering or re-entering the market. Quantum dot for micro and mini LED, for sensor, lighting, and bio science are growing. Companies working on quantum dot has increased to 120 companies in 2019 from 110 last year. There are challenges and opportunities.

  • QLED TV shipment by brand is provided. 8K TV forecast is provided.
  • Dr. Colegrove, author of this report, has conducted many first-hand interviews of quantum dot material and component suppliers, display manufactures, and OEMs in recent 10 years. She is the first analyst to publish a comprehensive quantum dot market report since 2013, and update every year.
  • Over 120 companies are profiled and supply chain analysis with many companies is provided.
  • What does the new quantum dot ecosystem looks like in 2019 and 2020?
  • Who will be the winner in 2019?
  • Which form factor QD will be dominant in 5 years and in 10 years?
  • Besides display, what other market will QD flourish in the next several years?
  • This report provides market analysis and forecast of quantum dot for display and lighting, with analysis of quantum dots for other applications: solar, battery, laser, bio-science, image sensor and medical labeling.
  • This report provides not only the outlook for quantum dot components in display and lighting, but also analysis and comparison between conventional LCD, LCD with quantum dot, LCD with Cd-free QD, and AMOLED.
  • The strengths and weaknesses of key players are analyzed.
  • This report provides a Bill of Material (BOM) analysis of quantum dot displays for TV, and BOM of quantum dot monitor displays.
  • This report include a PowerPoint file (>500 pages) and an Excel database. Market data in the report includes 6 years history data (2013-2018) and 11 years forecast data (from 2019 to 2029).
  • The market forecast includes Unit, quantum dot component ASP, Revenue and Area (m2), with a detailed breakdown by Cadmium-type quantum dot and Cd-free quantum dot; a detailed breakdown by nine applications.
  • Regional analysis is also provided in this report.

Reasons to purchase:

  • Find your potential clients or partners from the list of over 120 companies
  • Choose the right quantum dot supplier for your applications
  • Know the quantum dot challenges, market status, and future
  • Know your competitors
  • Invest in the right direction, avoid millions of dollars of wrong investment
  • Empower your strategic planning
  • Touch Display Research experts have been writing display industry analysis reports for over ten years. You can access this expertise by purchasing and receiving the report today.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

What our clients say

Your latest Quantum Dot report, we think yours is by far the most accurate by the way, others I’ve seen are not accurate even for their 2013 numbers!!”—a client of our Quantum Dot display and lighting report

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About Touch Display Research Inc.

Touch Display Research, Inc. (https://TouchDisplayResearch.com) is a technology market research and consulting firm specializing in touch screen and emerging display technologies such as OLED displays, quantum dots, flexible displays, e-paper displays, ITO-replacement, Active pen, near-eye displays, smart windows, micro & mini LED, gesture controls, voice controls, and eye controls. Touch Display Research helps technology companies grow and connecting their technologies to the marketplace. We have been writing about OLED industry for over 10 years. We were the first company to publish Quantum Dot market reports. We were the first company to publish Active Pen market report, and ITO-replacement market report.  We have always been there to analyze new and emerging technologies. Touch Display Research provides reports, consulting, and due diligence to touch suppliers, display manufacturers, semiconductor companies, consumer electronics ODMs/OEMs, material suppliers, investors and venture capitalists. For report and consulting, please visit our website: TouchDisplayResearch.com.  We are member of Flextech Alliance, SEMI and SID.

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Why Japan restricts polyimide to South Korea

July 15, 2019, By Jennifer Colegrove Ph.D. Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research Inc.

On June 30th, 2019, Japanese government announced trade restriction of three materials to South Korea. Under proposed changes to export rules, Japanese suppliers would need to apply for approval for each contract to sell specific chemicals to South Korean buyers.

The three materials are polyimide, Hydrogen Fluoride, and photo resistant. All these materials are critical for displays and semiconductor manufacturing.

In the newly published “Touch and Emerging Display monthly report”, Touch Display Research Inc., a market research and consulting firm, analyzed polyimide for display applications.  

Figure 1. Touch and Emerging Display Monthly Report

Source: Touch Display Research, July 2019

The report also discussed the polyimide material for foldable cover lens applications, and the suppliers in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and USA.

In the Flexible Display and Flexible Touch 2018 Report, 3rd edition, Touch Display Research forecasted flexible, curved and foldable display will have over $75 billion revenue, which will be about 36% market share in 2027.

Figure 2. Flexible display revenue market forecast

Source: Flexible display and flexible touch report, Touch Display Research, Inc.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

Micro and mini LED have attracted over 170 companies

June 11, 2019, By Jennifer Colegrove Ph.D. Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research Inc.

Micro LED and mini LED display could disrupt the whole display industry due to their benefits of high brightness, wide color gamut, low power consumption, fast response time, etc.

In the newly published “Micro & mini LED Technologies, Supply Chain and Market Forecast 2019-2029 Report, Second Edition,” Touch Display Research Inc., a market research and consulting firm, analyzed all the methods to fabricate micro and mini LED displays along with their supply chains.

Figure 1. Micro & mini LED Technologies, Supply Chain and Market Forecast 2019-2029 Report

Source: Touch Display Research, June 2019

There are 18 methods to fabricate micro and mini LED displays, and we analyzed and compared them one by one in the report.  Our survey found that the micro and mini LED display are gaining momentum. The number of enterprises working on micro and mini LED has increased to over 170 currently from 120 last year.

BOM (Bill of Material) of micro and mini LED digital signage, direct –view displays, microdisplays are provided in the report. This report also provides the Global display market forecast with details by display technologies to 2029: LCD, OLED, EPD, Micro & Mini LED display, and other display technologies.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

AWE 2019 Review

June 1st, 2019, By Jennifer Colegrove Ph.D. Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research Inc.

I just returned from AWE (Augmented World Expo) USA 2019 conference. This is my fourth year to attend the AWE conference. According to the keynote speaker—Mr. Ori Inbar, co-founder and CEO of AugmentedReality.org, this year the attendee number has reached over 7000, which is a record high in the 10 years history of AWE conference.

Figure 1: AWE USA 2019 Keynote

Photo source: Touch Display Research

The key takeaways are:

  1. Augmented reality and virtual reality is expanding in both enterprise and consumer market. Hundreds of enterprises are already using AR/VR and AI to help with saving cost. Consumer market is also gearing up with a dozen applications showing at this year’s AWE exhibition.
  2. Investment to the AR/VR and AI are accelerating.
  3. Human machine interface (HMI) still need improvement. We are still not there yet. The combination of several sensor fusions are needed. There are over 20 types of sensor technologies are used for augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and artificial intelligence (AI) applications.

Figure 2:  Sensor technologies for AR VR and AI

  10 sensor technologies categories for AR VR AI
1 Camera-based gesture
2 Camera-based eye tracking
3 Ultrasound or radar-based gesture
4 Voice recognition
5 Photodiode sensor
6 Proximity touch screen
7 Motion sensor fusion
8 Short-range wireless sensor
9 Other touchless tech
10 Touch sensors and touch pad

Source: Sensors for Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence market 2016 Report. Touch Display Research Inc.

Touch Display Research forecasts that sensors for AR, VR, and AI market will reach $160 billion in 2022.

More analysis and review can be found in the “Touch and Emerging Display monthly report” report.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

Corning Astra glass and Quantum Dot on Glass

May 16, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove Ph.D. Touch Display Research Inc.

I just returned from the SID 2019 DisplayWeek. According to the conference organizer, there were more than 7500 attendees this year, which is a record high in SID’s history.

The Monday seminar at the DisplayWeek attracted record high attendees as well. (See my blog a couple days ago).

On Tuesday morning, Corning hosted a press event and announced its new glass—Astra glass.

Figure. Corning’s Business Director, Mr. Han Yim introduces the Astra glass.

Source: Touch Display Research

Mr. Han Yim, Business Director at Corning first introduced Corning’s history and then he introduced the Astra glass, “Astra Glass meets the precise, high-temperature requirements of oxide processing and joins our portfolio of display substrates, alongside EAGLE XG® Glass and Lotus™ NXT Glass, to cover the entire spectrum of our customers’ needs.”

Touch Display Research visited Corning’s booth and interviewed Mr. Yim about Astra glass. We also interviewed Corning about Quantum Dot on Glass. Detail analysis can be found in the Touch and Emerging Display monthly report.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

SID 2019 Monday Seminar attracted record high attendees

May 13, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove Ph.D. Touch Display Research Inc.

SID 2019 DisplayWeek is held in San Jose, California this week. I taught a seminar on Monday morning, titled “Display and Emerging Technology Market Forecast –LCD, OLED, Micro and mini LED, e-paper, touch screens and smart windows”.

I’m honored to have been teaching Monday Seminar for 5 years at SID DisplayWeek. According to the conference organizer, there are over 1100 attendees for the Monday seminar this year, which is a record high in SID history. (Last year 2018, there were over 800 attendees for Monday seminar, and in 2016, there were over 600 attendees for the Monday seminar, which was a record by then).

Figure: Dr. Colegrove taught Monday Seminar at SID 2019 DisplayWeek.

Photo credit: Mr. Weeks at Honeywell.

More and more people joined the seminar, many of them had to stand for the one and half an hour seminar. From the questions the attendee asked at the Q&A session, I believe many people are interested in 4 areas: quantum dot, flexible OLED display, Micro and mini LED, and touch screen.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

SVC TechCon 2019 is very successful

April 30th, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research

I just returned from the SVC (Society of Vacuum Coaters) TechCon 2019, the 62nd annual Conference which was hosted by SVC, at the beautiful Long Beach Convention center, Long Beach, California. It was my honor to meet some of you in person. The conference is very successful with many attendees and exhibition booths.

On Behalf of Touch Display Research, I was honored to deliver a keynote presentation titled “Opportunities for vacuum coaters in the touch, display and smart windows market”.

Figure: Dr. Jennifer Colegrove gave keynote presentation at SVC TechCon

Photo credit: Mr. Swiatnicki at Trumpf

Professor Dr. Christoph Hermann from Technique University of Braunschweig, Germany gave a keynote titled “Sustainability through data-driven computational production and life cycle engineering”.

Figure: Professor Dr. Christoph Hermann gave keynote presentation

Photo source: Touch Display Research.

 More analysis and review of SVC 2019 TechCon can be found in the “Touch and Emerging Display” monthly report.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

Retail Touch Display Sensor and AIoT

March 6th, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research

Retail markets are in a volatile stage currently. On one hand, many retailers are closing their under-performing physical stores every month. On the other hand, on-line retailers, such as Amazon, are opening more physical stores. Displays, touch screens, camera-based face recognition are playing more and more important roles to help retailers increase revenue and reduce cost, and they help customers to have a better shopping experience.

In the newly published “Retail Touch, Display, Touchless Sensor and AIoT 2019 Report,” Touch Display Research analyzed the touch screen technologies, display technologies, touchless sensor technologies, and artificial intelligence and internet of things (AIoT) for physical retail market. This report profiles over 500 companies working on retail digitalization.

Figure. Retail Touch, Display, Touchless Sensor and AIoT 2019 Report

Source: Touch Display Research Inc., March 2019

  • This report covers over 500 companies in the retail digitization, including more than 200 touch screen suppliers, over 40 display suppliers, over 190 touchless sensor suppliers, over 100 retail system integrators and retail brands.
  • Colegrove, author of this report, has conducted many first-hand survey/interviews of touch panel suppliers, display suppliers, touchless sensor suppliers, retail system integrators, retail brand companies in the past 12 years.
  • This report includes this PowerPoint file (over 200 pages) and an Excel database.
  • Who are the key players in the retail touch display and AIoT?
  • Who will be the winner in 2019?
  • This report provides not only the outlook for retail touch, display, sensor, AIoT, but also provides business strategy recommendations.
  • The market data include 2018 history data, and 8 years of forecast from 2019 to 2026.
  • Regional analysis is also provided in this report.

Reasons to purchase:

  • Find your potential clients or partners from the list of over 500 companies
  • Choose the right supplier for your applications
  • Know the retail digitalization challenges, market status, and future
  • Know your competitors
  • Invest in the right direction, avoid millions of dollars of wrong investment
  • Empower your strategic planning
  • Touch Display Research experts have been writing touch display industry analysis reports for over ten years. You can access this expertise by purchasing and receiving the report today.

 

The “Retail Touch, Display, Touchless Sensor and AIoT 2019 Report” is available immediately. Report sample, table of contents are available upon request.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

 

What our clients say

Your latest Quantum Dot report, we think yours is by far the most accurate by the way, others I’ve seen are not accurate even for their 2013 numbers!!”—a client of our Quantum Dot display and lighting report

“We like your monthly report. It’s like you are traveling for us to over 10 international conferences each year, and writing travel reports too. Since we are very busy every day with meetings and lab works, we can’t attend many conferences. Your monthly reports keep us updated with all the new trends.”– a client of the Touch and Emerging Display monthly report.

“Great report. It’s very thorough.”–a client of our ITO-replacement report

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About Touch Display Research Inc.

Touch Display Research, Inc. (https://TouchDisplayResearch.com) is a technology market research and consulting firm specializing in touch screen and emerging display technologies such as OLED displays, quantum dots, flexible displays, e-paper displays, ITO-replacement, Active pen, near-eye displays, smart windows, micro & mini LED, gesture controls, voice controls, and eye controls. Touch Display Research helps technology companies grow and connecting their technologies to the marketplace. We have been writing about OLED industry for over 10 years. We were the first company to publish Quantum Dot market reports. We were the first company to publish Active Pen market report, and ITO-replacement market report.  We have always been there to analyze new and emerging technologies. Touch Display Research provides reports, consulting, and due diligence to touch suppliers, display manufacturers, semiconductor companies, consumer electronics ODMs/OEMs, material suppliers, investors and venture capitalists. For report and consulting, please visit our website: TouchDisplayResearch.com.  We are member of Flextech Alliance, SEMI and SID.

Touch Display Research Membership subscription

Touch Display Research offers membership packages for corporations and businesses who would prefer to purchase several of our services at the same time. We offer 3 levels of membership: Gold, Silver and Bronze. Please see the website membership page for more details.

Magneti Marelli automotive touch display and ADAS

Jan 30th, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research

(This article is an abstract from the “Touch and Emerging Display monthly report”. For the full analysist and report, you can subscribe here in the Market Research Report page.)

Magneti Marelli is an automotive tier-one system supplier headquartered in Italy. It was founded 100 years ago in 1919 with business focusing on automotive, telecommunication, and other areas.

Magneti Marelli currently has approximately 44,000 employees with 8.2 Billion Euro revenue in 2017. In 2018, Magneti Marelli invested in LeddarTech for solid state LiDAR technology.

At CES 2019, Touch Display Research was invited and met Magneti Marelli at their suite at Wynn hotel and saw their newest demos.

Figure: Magneti Marelli showcase at CES 2019

Photo source: Touch Display Research

We met with Magneti Marelli’s Head of Marketing and Communications—Ms. Lisa Van Giesen, and their Electronic R&D Manager–Mr. Daniel Oliveira—who is based in China and in charge of their business serving Chinese automotive brands. We also met with Magneti Marelli’s Director of Program Management–Mr. Scott Shultz—who is based in Michigan, U.S.A. and in charge of their business in the U.S. market.

In the “Automotive touch, display, ADAS and touchless HMI 2018 report, second edition” Touch Display Research Inc. analyzed automotive touch screen, display, ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistant System), and touchless human-machine-interaction (HMI) technologies and supply chain. More than 500 companies working on automotive technologies are profiled in the report.

The automotive touch screen, display, ADAS and material supply chain is evolving. How to prepare your company to benefit, not loose from this new trend? 9 strategies to benefit from this automotive supply chain change are provided in this report.

What is Magneti Marelli’s new technologies and strategy for 2019 and beyond?

All these are covered in the recently published Touch and Emerging Display monthly report.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team

 

CES 2019: Flexible Display and Flexible Touch

Jan 26th, 2019, by Jennifer Colegrove, Ph.D., CEO and Principal Analyst, Touch Display Research

(This article is an abstract from the “Touch and Emerging Display monthly report, CES 2019 special report”. For the full analysist and report, you can subscribe here in the Market Research Report page.)

I just returned from CES 2019 at Las Vegas. It’s my honor to meet some of you in person. CES is the conference where many consumer electronic brands show case their most advanced technologies and the conference that set the trends for the near future.

At CES 2019, competition between manufacturers of flexible/foldable AMOLED display devices is heating up.

At CES 2019, Royole demonstrated the FlexPai. It features a 7.8” foldable AMOLED display with 1920×1440 pixel format, 308 ppi resolution. I had a hand on with the device and bend it. The device can only be bent backwards away from the display. When I tried to bend it inward, the mechanical structure would forbidden it, which can protect their flexible AMOLED. The device is actually light weight.

Royole took the 7.8” flexible AMOLED and used it into several other applications: a hat with the display, a T-shirt with the display, and even a purse with the display on it. The battery is hidden in the hat, or the purse. The hat and T-shirt are available for $899 each. The purse is a prototype and they hope a famous brand will adopt the technology.

Figure: Royole flexible AMOLED at CES 2019

Photo source: Touch Display Research.

In the Flexible Display and Flexible Touch 2018 Report, 3rd edition, Touch Display Research analyzed over 270 companies working on flexible display and flexible touch screens. Touch Display Research forecasted flexible, curved and foldable display will have over $75 billion revenue, which will be about 36% market share in 2027.

What is TCL’s new strategy for 2019? What is Samsung’s new strategy for 2019?

Which other startup companies are showing promising new technologies?

All these are covered in the recently published Touch and Emerging Display monthly report: CES 2019 special report.

Thanks for reading,

Dr. Jennifer Colegrove and team