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December 17, 2014 Category:
According to “Market Opportunities for Quantum Dots: 2015 to 2022,” a new report from NanoMarkets, the market for quantum dots (QDs) will leap from around $415 million in 2015 to $5.5 billion in 2020. NanoMarkets considers 2014 as the breakout year for QDs, which achieved significant penetrations in smaller mobile displays for the first time and have now been firmly established as a significant threat to the future of OLED technology.
New NanoMarkets Report States Radiation Detection for Medical and Healthcare Markets Projected to Reach $22 billion by 2022December 16, 2014 Category: Smart Technology
According to a new report from NanoMarkets, the market for radiation detection in medical and healthcare applications will totaling $17 billion today and rise to roughly $22 billion by 2022.
November 20, 2014 Category: Advanced Materials
NanoMarkets today announced that it will be releasing a new report on smart coatings in early January of 2015. The report titled, “Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022” continues the firm’s coverage of smart coatings and materials coverage that dates back to 2010.
NanoMarkets Report Predicts Sensors for the Industrial Internet to Generate $20.1 billion in Revenue by 2019
In a newly released report from NanoMarkets, the firm predicts that the value of Internet-connected sensors for industrial applications is expected to grow to $20.1 billion by 2019. The report titled, “Markets for Sensors in the Industrial Internet” analyzes the markets for industrial internet sensors within manufacturing facilities, commercial and industrial real estate, the oil & gas industry, electricity grids, as well as in aerospace and smart roads and railroads.
October 21, 2014 Category:
Thanks to some new emerging applications and heightened competitive needs in some existing ones, the market for transparent OLED displays it is expected to grow from barely a $10 million market to roughly $670 million by 2021, according to a new report from industry analyst firm NanoMarkets. Details of the new report, "Transparent OLED Displays – 2014," including a downloadable excerpt, are available at: http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/transparent-oled-displays-2014
The market for sensors and "smart" materials used in clothing will grow from roughly $212 million this year to more than $1.8 billion by 2021, according to a new report from industry analyst firm NanoMarkets
Gestural Recognition: A $3.5 Billion Opportunity for Sensor Industry in 2019 According to New NanoMarkets ReportSeptember 29, 2014 Category: Emerging Electronics
Gesture recognition will gradually replace today’s multifunctional touch screens with the result that the market for sensors and related components used in gestural control systems will grow from $770 million in 2014 to about $3.5 billion in 2019. This according to a just-released report from NanoMarkets, “Gestural Recognition: Sensors, Cameras and Other Technology Opportunities—2014.” The report also predicts that “gesturing” will find its way into a wide variety of new applications, from factory automation to smart phones and the “home of the future.” The report notes that the growing role of gestural recognition has been recognized in recent acquisitions by Intel, Apple and Fairchild in the gestural space.
Optical and Sensor Components for Smart Glasses to Reach $3.2 Billion by 2019 Says New NanoMarkets Report
If smart glasses, such as Google “Glass” emerge as a mass market item – perhaps replacing smart phones as the main mobile computing and communications platform over the next decade -- they will generate $3.2 billion in new business revenues for the makers of sensors, lightguides, microdisplays and micromirrors. So says a new report from NanoMarkets. The report, "Smart Glasses: Component and Technology Markets -- 2014” notes that smart glasses technology is at an early stage of development and will create opportunities for both novel optical subsystems such as virtual retinal displays (VRDs) and advanced human-computer interfaces such as eye-tracking and brain-computer interfaces (BCIs).