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REPORT # Nano-058 PUBLISHED September 26, 2008
OLED Lighting Markets-2008
  • OLEDs

    This report analyzes and forecasts the rapidly emerging market for OLED lighting and answers important questions on which segments of the lighting market will see the first penetration of OLED lighting and when and what are the likely improvements that we will see in lifetimes, luminance and efficiency over the coming years. The report provides a thorough examination of the OLED lighting business and includes an analysis of the latest manufacturing techniques and developments on the OLED materials front as well as a detailed applications market analysis of mobile electronics backlighting the vast general illumination market and large outdoor signage displays. It also includes government funded R&D projects around the world that are helping to drive OLED lighting into the market place. Detailed forecasts in volume and value terms are included.


    Executive Summary

    E.1 Introduction
    E.1.1 OLEDs vs. ILEDs in the Lighting Market
    E.1.2 OLED's Display Opportunities vs. OLED Lighting Opportunities
    E.2 Summary of Opportunities for OLED Lighting
    E.2.1 Backlighting
    E.2.2 Other Low-End Applications
    E.2.3 General-Purpose Lighting
    E.2.4 Architectural Lighting
    E.2.5 Signage
    E.2.6 OLED Lighting in Healthcare
    E.2.7 Vehicular Lighting
    E.2.8 Other Applications
    E.3 Competing Technologies
    E.3.1 EL Lighting
    E.3.2 E-Paper
    E.3.3 CNT Emission
    E.4 Firms to Watch in OLED Lighting
    E.4.1 United States
    E.4.2 Europe
    E.4.3 Asia
    E.5 Summary of Market Forecasts

    Chapter One: Introduction

    1.1 Background to This Report
    1.1.1 Are We There Yet?
    1.1.2 Heading Off in Many Directions at Once
    1.1.3 How do we Get There?
    1.2 Goal and Scope of this Report
    1.3 Methodology and Information Sources for this Report
    1.4 Plan of This Report

    Chapter Two: Technology Trends and Developments

    2.1 OLEDs and Lighting
    2.2 Parameters
    2.2.1 Brightness
    2.2.2 Color Quality
    2.2.3 Efficiency
    2.2.4 Lifetime
    2.2.5 Interrelationships of Parameters
    2.2.6 Transparency
    2.3 Materials and Structures
    2.3.1 Monomers and Polymers
    2.3.2 OLED Device Structures
    2.3.3 Light Emitting Materials
    2.3.4 Charge Manipulation Materials
    2.3.5 Anode Materials
    2.3.6 Cathode Materials
    2.3.7 Encapsulation and Other Materials
    2.4 Metrics and Milestones
    2.4.1 Efficiency
    2.4.2 Pushing the Efficiency Envelope
    2.4.3 Lifetime
    2.4.4 White OLEDs and Differential Aging
    2.4.5 Two-Component White
    2.5 Manufacturing Issues
    2.5.1 Alternative Technologies
    2.5.2 Small-Molecule Solutions
    2.5.3 Polymer Activity
    2.5.4 Going Roll-to-Roll
    2.6 Flexible Lighting
    2.6.1 Challenges
    2.6.2 Recent Activity
    2.7 Key Points Made in this Chapter

    Chapter Three: Applications for OLED Lighting

    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Solid-State Lighting
    3.3 General-Purpose Lighting
    3.3.1 Incumbent Technologies
    3.3.2 The ILED Reality
    3.3.3 The OLED Vision
    3.4 Architectural Lighting
    3.5 Backlighting
    3.5.1 ILEDS Blaze the Backlight Trail
    3.5.2 The OLED Value Proposition
    3.5.3 Backlight Development Activity
    3.6 Signage
    3.7 Industrial Lighting
    3.8 Healthcare Lighting
    3.9 Vehicular Lighting
    3.10 Novelty Applications
    3.11 Prospects for Flexible OLED Products
    3.12 The Competitive Picture
    3.12.1 ILEDs
    3.12.2 ILEDs and OLEDs Head to Head
    3.12.3 Thick-Film Electroluminescent (EL) Lamps
    3.12.4 E-Paper Lighting
    3.12.5 Field-Effect Devices (FEDs)
    3.13 Key Points Made in this Chapter

    Chapter Four: Company and Project Profiles

    4.1 Add-Vision
    4.2 Canon/Tokki
    4.3 Dai Nippon Printing
    4.4 Dainippon Screen
    4.5 DuPont
    4.6 Fraunhofer
    4.7 General Electric
    4.8 Idemitsu Kosan
    4.9 Kodak
    4.10 Konica-Minolta
    4.11 Lumiotec
    4.12 Novaled
    4.13 OLED-T
    4.14 Osram/Siemens
    4.15 Philips
    4.16 Sumitomo/CDT/Sumation
    4.17 Thorn Lighting
    4.18 Toppan Forms
    4.19 Toppan Printing
    4.20 Universal Display
    4.21 U.S. Government-Funded Projects
    4.21.1 U.S. Department of Energy
    4.22 European Projects
    4.22.1 Photonics21
    4.22.2 OLLA
    4.22.3 OLED100.EU
    4.22.4 FlexiDis
    4.22.5 Fast2Light
    4.22.6 CombOLED
    4.22.7 Other EU Projects
    4.23 German Government Funded Projects
    4.23.1 OPAL
    4.23.2 CARO
    4.23.3 Rollex
    4.24 U.K. Government-Funded Projects
    4.25 Asian Government-Funded Programs

    Chapter Five: Eight Year-Forecasts of Organic and Printable Lighting

    5.1 Forecasting Methodology
    5.1.1 Pricing: Issues and Assumptions
    5.1.2 Penetration: Issues and Assumptions
    5.1.3 Sources of Information and Scope of Forecast
    5.1.4 How Much Confidence Should You Have in These Forecasts?
    5.1.5 Comparison with Previous NanoMarkets Forecasts
    5.2 Backlighting
    5.3 General-Purpose Lighting
    5.4 Architectural and Specialized Industrial Lighting
    5.5 Vehicular Lighting
    5.6 Signage
    5.7 Summary of Market Forecasts
    5.8 Printing, Manufacturing and Materials

    Appendix A: Acronym Guide
    Appendix B: DOE/EERE Awards for OLED Lighting (2000-2008)
    Appendix C : European OLED Projects
    About the Author

    List of Exhibits

    Exhibit E-1: Summary of OLED Lighting Markets ($ Millions)
    Exhibit 2-1: Evolving Requirements for General Lighting (2002-2020)
    Exhibit 2-2: Next Generation Lighting Industry Alliance 2008
    Exhibit 2-3: Diffuse Lighting Technology Roadmap
    Exhibit 2-4: Metrics of Illuminance
    Exhibit 2-5: CIE Chromaticity Chart
    Exhibit 2-6: OLLA 15 x 15-cm Lighting Tile
    Exhibit 2-7: OLED Efficiency Goals
    Exhibit 2-8: OLED Brightness vs. Lifetime*
    Exhibit 2-9: OLED Brightness vs. Efficiency
    Exhibit 2-10: Simple OLED Device Structure
    Exhibit 2-11: White OLED for Signage
    Exhibit 2-12: Complex OLED Device Structure
    Exhibit 2-13: Early Small-Molecule RGB Set
    Exhibit 2-14: Red+ Green+ Blue=White

    Exhibit 2-15: Flexible OLED with Printed Cathode
    Exhibit 2-16: Efficiency in the OLED Lighting Chain
    Exhibit 2-17: OLED Efficiency Evolves: A Sampling of Small-Molecule Materials/Devices
    Exhibit 2-18: OLED Efficiency Evolves: White Polymer Example
    Exhibit 2-19: OLED Lifetime Evolves: A Sampling of Small-Molecule Materials/Devices
    Exhibit 2-20: OLED Lifetime Evolves: A Sampling of Polymer Materials/Devices
    Exhibit 2-21: Development Areas and Goals 2002
    Exhibit 2-22: Development Areas and Goals 2008
    Exhibit 2-23: Turnkey OLED Manufacturing System
    Exhibit 2-24: GE R2R-Manufactured OLED Panels
    Exhibit 2-25: Rollex R2R Manufacturing System for Organic Lights and Solar Cells

    Exhibit 3-1: Power Drain by Lighting Technology (at 700-900 lumen brightness)
    Exhibit 3-2: CFL vs. Incandescent (power dissipated for equivalent brightness)
    Exhibit 3-3: ILEDs vs Conventional Lighting Technologies
    Exhibit 3-4: ILED Ceiling Fixture
    Exhibit 3-5: ILED String of Light
    Exhibit 3-6: OLED Lamps vs Competing Technologies
    Exhibit 3-7: OLED Sheets of Light
    Exhibit 3-8: OLED Lighting Tiles
    Exhibit 3-9: OLED Lamp
    Exhibit 3-10: ILED "Contour" Light
    Exhibit 3-11: CCFL vs. Other Lighting Technologies
    Exhibit 3-12: Backlight Technologies Compared
    Exhibit 3-13: ILED Side-lighting Mechanism
    Exhibit 3-14: ILED-Backlighted Sign
    Exhibit 3-15: ILED Tee Shirts
    Exhibit 3-16: ILED Fixture Heat Sink Side

    Exhibit 4-1: Next Generation Lighting Industry Alliance
    Exhibit 4-2: DOE SSL Goals: A Twenty-Year Trek?
    Exhibit 4-3: Roadblocks to Solid-State Lighting
    Exhibit 4-4: SSL Project Funding and Technology Split
    Exhibit 4-5: SSL Funding Breakdown by Recipient Type
    Exhibit 4-6: DOE OLED Awards by Year
    Exhibit 4-7: Example OLED Funding by Technology Area
    Exhibit 4-8: DOE OLED Milestones
    Exhibit 4-9: NEDO OLED Partners

    Exhibit 5-1: Eight-Year Forecasts of OLED Backlights for LCD Displays
    Exhibit 5-2: Summary of OLED Backlight Markets ($ Millions)
    Exhibit 5-3: Eight-Year Forecasts of OLED Lighting for General Illumination
    Exhibit 5-4: Eight-Year Forecasts of OLED Lighting for Architectural and Specialized Industrial Lighting
    Exhibit 5-5: Eight-Year Forecasts of OLED Lighting for Vehicular Lighting
    Exhibit 5-6: Eight-Year Forecasts of OLED Signage
    Exhibit 5-7: Summary of OLED Lighting Markets by Application ($ Millions)
    Exhibit 5-8: Summary of OLED Lighting Markets by Manufacturing and Material ($ Millions)


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