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Smart Mirrors Markets - 2013

  • Published: February 2013
  • Region: Global
  • NanoMarkets

The objective of this report identifies and quantifies the opportunities, challenges, and prospects for growth of smart mirrors. Specifically, it analyzes the capabilities of current and likely future smart mirror technologies and how these technologies may be deployed in both automotive and non-automotive applications.

Smart technologies covered in the report include the following:

- Self-dimming technology, which is further broken out into electrochromic and “other” self-dimming technologies in the automotive sector. Note that the “other” category includes such technologies as photochromic systems, thermochromic systems, and suspended particle devices. Also note that, because of the early stage of the market and because of the minimal penetration of self-dimming into non-automotive applications for smart mirrors, this category is not further broken out in the household/consumer, healthcare/medical, or advertising/marketing forecasts.

- Self-cleaning technologies.

- Self-repairing technologies.

- Embedded electronics, which is further broken out (in the automotive sector forecasts only) into sensors, displays, cameras, and READ MORE >

Executive Summary:Opportunities for Smart Mirrors
E.1 The Future of Automotive Mirrors
E.2 Opportunities for an Emerging Smart Mirror Industry: Digital Mirrors
E.3 Firms to Watch in the Smart Mirror Space
E.4 Forecasting Methodology and Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecasts
E.4.1 Objective and Scope of the Report
E.4.2 Forecasting Methodology
E.4.3 Data Sources Used
E.4.4 Alternative Scenarios
E.4.5 Forecast Summary

Chapter One: Technologies for Smart Mirrors
1.1 Smart Materials for Smart Mirrors
1.1.1 Current and Future Use of Electrochromic Technology for Smart Mirrors
1.1.2 Other Self-Dimming Technology for Smart Mirrors
1.1.3 Self-Cleaning Mirrors
1.1.4 Self-Repairing Mirrors
1.2 Embedded Electronic Devices in Smart Mirrors
1.2.1 Sensors
1.2.2 Displays
1.2.3 Cameras
1.2.4 Touch Sensors in Smart Mirrors
1.3 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Two: Automotive Markets and Market Forecasts for Smart Mirrors
2.1 The Evolution of Smart Auto Mirrors
2.1.1 Improving Safety with Smart Auto Mirrors
2.1.2 Improving Comfort with Smart Auto Mirrors
2.1.3 Enhancing Automobile Design and Style with Smart Mirrors
2.2 Future Products and Likely Acceptance
2.3 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Mirrors in Automotive Applications

Chapter Three: Smart Mirrors in Consumer and Household Applications
3.1 Mirrors as Information Devices
3.1.1 Bathroom and Bedroom Applications for Smart Mirrors
3.1.2 Other Consumer Applications for Smart Mirrors
3.2 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Mirrors in Consumer and Household Applications
3.2.1 Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirrors in Consumer and Household Applications
3.2.2 Forecasts for Smart Mirror Technologies in Consumer and Household Applications

Chapter Four: Healthcare and Medical Applications for Smart Mirrors
4.1 Products and Applications for Smart Mirrors in Healthcare and Medical-Related Markets
4.1.1 Professional Products
4.1.2 Personal Healthcare Products
4.2 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Mirrors in Medical/Healthcare Applications
4.2.1 Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirror Technologies in Medical/Healthcare Applications
4.2.2 Forecasts for Smart Mirror Technologies in Medical/Healthcare Applications

Chapter Five: Retail and Advertising Applications for Smart Mirrors
5.1 Smart Mirrors for in Retail and Advertising
5.1.1 Clothing Stores as a Target Market for Smart Mirrors
5.1.2 Smart Mirrors for Advertising in Businesses and Public Spaces
5.2 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Mirrors in Retail and Advertising Applications
5.2.1 Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirrors in Retail and Advertising Applications
5.2.2 Forecasts for Smart Mirror Technologies in Retail and Advertising Settings

Acronyms and Abbreviations
About the Author

List of Exhibits

Exhibit E-1: Drivers for Growth of Smart Mirrors
Exhibit E-2: Summary of the Smart Mirror Technologies Market 2013-2020 ($ Millions)
Exhibit 1-1: Selected R &D Trends and Institutions in Self-Cleaning Glass
Exhibit 1-2: Selected Suppliers of Self-Cleaning Coatings
Exhibit 2-1: Comparison of Smart Mirrors from Gentex and Magna Mirrors
Exhibit 2-2: Analysis of the Market for Smart Mirror Technologies in Automotive Applications
Exhibit 2-3: Automotive Interior Rear-View Smart Mirrors by Technology 2013-2020
Exhibit 2-4: Automotive Exterior/Wing Smart Mirrors by Technology 2013-2020
Exhibit 2-5: Summary of the Market Value of Automotive Smart Mirror Technologies 2013-2020
Exhibit 3-1: Selected Examples of Smart Mirrors Concepts for the Home
Exhibit 3-2: Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirror Technologies in Consumer Goods 2013-2020
Exhibit 3-3: Smart Mirror Technologies in Consumer Goods 2013-2020
Exhibit 4-1: Selected Smart Mirror Concepts Targeted for Healthcare and Medical Applications
Exhibit 4-2: Selected Smart Mirror Concepts Targeted for Home Healthcare Applications
Exhibit 4-3: Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirror Technologies in Healthcare and Medical Applications 2013-2020
Exhibit 4-4: Smart Mirror Technologies in Healthcare and Medical Applications 2013-2020
Exhibit 5-1: Analysis of the Addressable Market for Smart Mirror Technologies in Retail and Advertising 2013-2020
Exhibit 5-2: Smart Mirror Technologies in Retail and Advertising Applications 2013-2020

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