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The OLED Lighting User's Manual

  • Published: January 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 197 Pages
  • Novaled AG

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The OLED Lighting User’s Manual technology

Market and practical insights for product designers, luminaire producers, architects, artists, engineers and planners involved in the creation and realisation of lighting and architectural design projects and products

All you want to know about OLED lighting – the OLED Lighting User’s Manual provides in-depth coverage of technological, marketing and application aspects related to OLED lighting. It describes and positions the state of the art technologies for organic lighting to facilitate the appreciation of the Unique Selling Points of OLED lighting. It brings a revolutionary perspective on the lighting market and its value chain to support a wide range of business considerations. The manual also describes novel case studies to help the reader to understand what it takes to make an OLED luminaire.

This complete guide to OLED lighting will:

- provide a reference point for OLED outsiders and lighting experts wondering why and when they should engage in OLED lighting - help the reader to appreciate the USPs and challenges of OLEDs at various application levels - offer the basis to model an OLED lighting READ MORE >

1. Introduction
1.1. OLED Lighting – ready for takeoff
1.2. The solid-state lighting century
1.3. Scope of report

2. OLED application & design aspects
2.1. What makes OLED lighting so unique?
2.2. Main application areas for OLED technology
2.2.1. Lighting
2.2.2. Signage
2.2.3. Displays
2.3. OLED contacting and driving
2.4. OLED on glass
2.5. Transparent OLED
2.6. OLED on metal
2.7. Flexible OLED
2.8. Off-state appearance

3. OLED technology – the basics
3.1. Introduction
3.2. How does an OLED work?
3.2.1. OLED components
3.2.2. Outcoupling
3.3. OLED architecture
3.4. Key technology parameters
3.4.1. Lifetime
3.4.2. Efficiency
3.4.3. Brightness
3.4.4. Color
3.5. Key technology challenges
3.5.1. Durability
3.5.2. Cost and manufacturing
3.6. OLED manufacturing
3.6.1. Vacuum evaporation vs solution processing
3.6.2. Evaporation source concepts
3.6.3. Small molecule OLED manufacturing
3.6.4. Binning
3.6.5. Next steps in manufacturing

4. OLED lighting roadmap
4.1. Lamp technology
4.2 . Lighting technology
4.2.1. Development of efficiency and lifetime
4.2.2. Where are we right now?
4.3. International initiatives
4.3.1. Lighting policies
4.3.2. Funding programs for OLED lighting
4.4. Manufacturing development roadmap
4.4.1. Manufacturing processes
4.4.2. Front end
4.4.3. Back end
4.5. When will a major OLED lighting industry emerge?
4.5.1. Historical perspective
4.5.2. OLED in general lighting
4.5.3. Industry development issues
4.5.4. Investment in OLED
4.6. OLED roadmap
4.6.1. Positioning of OLED lighting
4.6.2. OLED lighting roadmap

5. OLED lighting market
5.1. Market drivers
5.1.1. Energy efficiency and sustainability
5.1.2. From smart grid to off-grid
5.1.3. Well-being: health and wellness
5.1.4. Aesthetic: freedom of design
5.2. OLED lighting adoption
5.2.1. Patterns of technology adoption
5.2.2. Adoption patterns for lighting
5.2.3. Implications for OLED lighting
5.3. The competitive landscape: Five forces analysis
5.3.1. Competitive rivalry
5.3.2. Threat of new entrants
5.3.3. Threat of substitutes
5.3.4. Bargaining power of customers
5.3.5. Bargaining power of suppliers
5.3.6. Strategy & positioning
5.4. OLED lighting market
5.4.1. Evolution of OLED added value
5.4.2. OLED lighting market assessment
5.5. Lighting market structure
5.5.1. Market structure luminaires
5.5.2. Lighting industry value chain
5.5.3. Reordering the lighting value chain with OLED

6. How OLED will change lighting
6.1. The OLED lighting revolution
6.2. Nature of OLED lighting products
6.3. Lighting requirements
6.4. Application areas for OLED Lighting
6.4.1. Lighting
6.4.2. Applications
6.4.3. Integrated

7. Novaled OLED luminaires – concept studies, designs & prototypes
7.1. Design concepts
7.1.1. OLED-on-glass
7.1.2. OLED-on-steel
7.2. Design prototypes
7.2.1. Desklamp “Victory”
7.2.2. Standard lamp “Fan”
7.2.3. Light sculpture “Palm Frond”
7.2.4. Suspension luminaire “Wave”
7.2.5. Pendant lamp “Tulip”
7.2.6. Suspension luminaire “Zigzag”

Appendix

- Acuity Brands
- Airbus
- Aura
- Beghelli
- Blackbody
- Boing
- Bombardier
- Claude (Havells)
- Cooper
- Cooper Lighting
- Erco
- Fagerhult
- Fegime
- General Elecctric
- General Motors
- Genlyte (Philips)
- Glamox
- Hagemeyer
- Havells
- Hubbell
- Ingo Maurer
- Konica Minolta
- Legrand
- Leuci (Relco)
- Lisma
- Lumiotec
- Lutron
- Mitsubishi
- Modistech
- Narva
- Opel
- Opitex
- Osram
- Panasonic
- Paulmann
- Phililps
- Saint Gobain
- Samsung
- Schréder
- Siteco
- SLI (Havells)
- Surya
- Targetti
- Targetti (Duralamp)
- Toshiba
- Trilux
- UDC
- Universal
- Ushio (BLV)
- VLM (Relco)
- Wesco
- Zumtobel

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