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The Global Market for MicroLED Displays 2021- Product Image
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The Global Market for MicroLED Displays 2021

  • ID: 5321810
  • Report
  • May 2021
  • Region: Global
  • Future Markets, Inc

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aledia
  • Glo
  • Konka Group
  • MICLEDI Microdisplays
  • Rohinni LLC
  • TCL Electronics

The Global Market for MicroLEDs 2021 analyses and forecasts the commercial potential of the MicroLED market.

In this report, the publisher also provides strategic analysis of the key players in the microLED industry which include large global consumer electronics producers, major equipment and materials suppliers, national laboratories and universities and small start-ups.

Since 2020 the development of microLED has been accelerating, with new chips, packaging, and downstream display applications emerging one after another, and market acceptance is also increasing. Several electronics manufacturers including Samsung and LG are bringing new microLED TV products to the market in 2021. 

Micro-LED display technology offers a huge improvement on standard display panels due to its optimum brightness, efficiency and image definition, as well as improved lifetime. These benefits are crucial for near-to-eye applications such as augmented reality (AR) and head-mounted displays. They are also game changing technologies for a range of other applications - from large area displays and TVs to mobile phones and wearable devices such as smartwatches. 

Applications include:

  • Displays
  • Head mounted displays (HMDs)
  • Large flat panel displays for TVs and monitors
  • Large sized MicroLED RGB displays for outdoor signage
  • Smartphones
  • Smartwatches
  • Flexible displays
  • Automotive
  • Head-up displays (HUD)
  • Automotive panels
  • Augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR)
  • Three-dimensional/augmented reality/virtual reality (3D/AR/VR) displays
  • Pico-projectors
  • Smart glasses
  • Biotechnology & medicine
  • Wearable biomedical devices
  • Light sources for the neural interface and optogenetics
  • Bioimaging
  • Cochlear implants
  • Visible light communication (Li-Fi)
  • Flexible lighting

Report contents include:

  • Latest technology and supply chain information
  • Industry trends and growth drivers
  • Assessment of technology challenges
  • Current and planned microLED products
  • Analysis of markets and applications for microLEDs. Markets covered include TVs, AR and VR, smartphones, automotive, wearables and smartwatches, medical displays, flexible and foldable displays and transparent displays
  • Assessment of competitive landscape
  • MicroLED technology and market challenges.
  • Units shipments for microLEDs, by market, 2020-2026
  • MicroLED industry developments 2020-2021

Companies profiled:

  • Aledia
  • AU Optronics Corporation
  • China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT)
  • Ennostar Inc.
  • Glō
  • Jade Bird Display
  • Japan Display Inc. (JDI)
  • Konka Group
  • LedMan Optoelectronics Co. Ltd.
  • Leyard OptoElectronics
  • LG Display Co. Ltd.
  • MICLEDI Microdisplays
  • Micro Nitride Co. Ltd.
  • Mikro Mesa Technology Co. Ltd.
  • PlayNitride Inc.
  • Rohinni LLC
  • Samsung
  • Seoul Semiconductor/Seoul Viosys Co. Ltd.
  • Sony
  • TCL Electronics
  • Tianma Microelectronics Co. Ltd.
  • VueReal
  • Vuzix Corporation
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aledia
  • Glo
  • Konka Group
  • MICLEDI Microdisplays
  • Rohinni LLC
  • TCL Electronics

1 Report Aims and Objectives

2 Executive Summary
2.1 The MiniLED Market
2.2 The MicroLED Market
2.3 The Global Display Market
2.3.1 Display Technologies Assessment
2.4 Motivation for Use of MicroLEDs
2.5 MicroLEDs Applications
2.6 Market and Technology Challenges
2.7 Industry Developments 2020-2021
2.8 CES 2021
2.9 Market Activity in China
2.10 Global Shipment Forecasts for MicroLEDs to 2027
2.10.1 Units

3 Technology and Manufacturing Analysis
3.1 MiniLED (MLED) Vs MicroLED (µLED)
3.2 Development
3.2.1 Sony
3.3 Types
3.4 Comparison to LCD and OLED
3.5 MicroLED Displays
3.6 Advantages
3.6.1 Transparency
3.6.2 Borderless
3.6.3 Flexibility
3.7 Costs
3.8 Manufacturing
3.8.1 Epitaxy and Chip Processing
3.8.1.1 Uniformity
3.8.2 Assembly Technologies
3.8.2.1 Monolithic Fabrication of Microdisplays
3.8.2.2 Mass Transfer
3.8.2.3 Mass Transfer Processes
3.8.2.3.1 Elastomer Stamp Transfer
3.8.2.3.2 Roll-To-Roll or Roll-To-Panel Imprinting
3.8.2.3.3 Laser-Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT)
3.8.2.3.4 Electrostatic Transfer
3.8.2.3.5 Micro Vacuum-Based Transfer
3.8.2.3.6 Adhesive Stamp
3.8.2.3.7 Fluidically Self-Assembled Transfer
3.8.3 Full Colour Conversion
3.8.3.1 Phosphor Colour Conversion Leds
3.8.3.2 Quantum Dots Colour Conversion

4 MicroLED TVs
4.1 The Market in 2021
4.1.1 Comparison of MicroLED to Other LED TV Technologies
4.1.2 Samsung
4.1.2.1 Wall Display and MicroLED TV
4.1.3 LG
4.1.3.1 MAGNIT MicroLED TV
4.2 Unit Shipments 2020-2027

5 Smartwatches and Wearables
5.1 Products and Prototypes
5.2 Unit Shipments 2020-2027

6 Smartphones

7 Flexible and Foldable MicroLED Displays
7.1 Foldable MicroLED Displays
7.2 Product Developers

8 Biotechnology and Medical Displays
8.1 Applications
8.2 Product Developers

9 Automotive
9.1 Applications
9.1.1 Head-Up Display (HUD)
9.1.2 Headlamps
9.2 Product Developers

10 Virtual (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
10.1 Smart Glasses and Head-Mounted Displays (HMDs)
10.2 Product Developers

11 Transparent Displays
11.1 Applications
11.2 Product Developers

12 Supply Chain

13 Company Profiles (63 Company Profiles)

14 References

Tables
Table 1. Summary of Display Technologies
Table 2. MicroLED Applications
Table 3. Market and Technology Challenges for MicroLED
Table 4. Micro and MicroLED Industry Developments 2020-2021
Table 5. MiniLED and MicroLED Product Announcements at CES 2021
Table 6. MicroLED Acivity in China
Table 7. MicroLED Display Forecast (Thousands of Units) to 2027
Table 8. Comparison Between MiniLED and MicroLED. 30
Table 9. Comparison of MicroLEDs to Conventional Leds
Table 10. Types of MicroLED
Table 11. Comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 12. Schematic Comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 13. Commercially Available MicroLED Products and Specifications
Table 14. MicroLED-Based Display Advantages and Disadvantages
Table 15. Mass Transfer Methods, by Company
Table 16. Comparison of Various Mass Transfer Technologies
Table 17. Comparison of LED TV Technologies
Table 18. Flexible MiniLED and MicroLED Products
Table 19. Medical Display MicroLED Products
Table 20. Automotive Display & Backlight Architectures
Table 21. Applications of MicroLED in Automotive
Table 22. Automotive Display MicroLED Products and Prototypes. 70
Table 23. Comparison of AR Display Light Engines
Table 24. VR and AR MicroLED Products
Table 25. Applications of MiniLED and MicroLED Transparent Displays
Table 26. Companies Developing MicroLED Transparent Displays
Table 27. MicroLED Supply Chain
Table 28. LG Mini QNED Range
Table 29. Samsung Neo QLED TV Range
Table 30. San’An Mini and Micro LED Production Annual Target
Table 31. NPQDTM Vs Traditional QD Based Micro-Leds

Figures
Figure 1. the Progress of Display Technology-LCD to MicroLED
Figure 2. MicroLED Display Forecast (Thousands of Units) to 2027
Figure 3. Display System Configurations
Figure 4. MicroLED Schematic
Figure 5. Pixels Per Inch Roadmap of µ-LED Displays from 2007 to 2019
Figure 6. Comparison of MicroLED with Other Display Technologies
Figure 7. Lextar 10.6 Inch Transparent MicroLED Display
Figure 8. Transition to Borderless Design
Figure 9. Schematics of a Elastomer Stamping, B Electrostatic/Electromagnetic Transfer, C Laser-Assisted Transfer and D Fluid Self-Assembly
Figure 10. Schematics of Roll-Based Mass Transfer
Figure 11. Schematic of Laser-Induced Forward Transfer Technology
Figure 12. Schematic of Fluid Self-Assembly Technology
Figure 13. Schematic of Colour Conversion Technology
Figure 14. Process Flow of a Full-Colour Microdisplay
Figure 15. Samsung Wall Display System
Figure 16. LG MAGNIT MicroLED TV
Figure 2. MicroLED Display Forecast for TVs (Thousands of Units) to 2027
Figure 17. MicroLED Wearable Display Prototype
Figure 18. APHAEA Watch
Figure 2. MicroLED Display Forecast for Smart Watches (Thousands of Units) to 2027
Figure 19. AU Optonics Flexible MicroLED Display. 60
Figure 20. Schematic of the Talt Technique for Wafer-Level MicroLED Transferring
Figure 21. Foldable 4K C SEED M1
Figure 22. MicroLEDs for Medical Applications
Figure 23. MicroLED Automotive Display
Figure 24. Issues in Current Commercial Automotive HUD
Figure 25. Rear Lamp Utilizing Flexible MicroLEDs
Figure 26. Vuzix MicroLED Microdisplay Smart Glasses
Figure 27. Different Transparent Displays and Transmittance Limitations
Figure 28. 7.56" High Transparency & Frameless MicroLED Display
Figure 29. WireLED in 12” Silicon Wafer
Figure 30. Typical GaN-On-Si LED Structure
Figure 31. 300 Mm GaN-On-Silicon Epiwafer
Figure 32. MicroLED Chiplet Architecture
Figure 33. 1.39-Inch Full-Circle MicroLED Display
Figure 34. 9.4" Flexible MicroLED Display
Figure 35. BOE MiniLED Display TV
Figure 36. BOE MiniLED Automotive Display
Figure 37. Image Obtained on a Blue Active-Matrix WVGA (Wide Video Graphics Array) Microdisplay
Figure 38. Fabrication of the 10-µm Pixel Pitch LED Array on Sapphire
Figure 39. a 200-Mm Wafer with Cmos Active Matrices for GaN 873 × 500-Pixel Microdisplay at 10-µm Pitch
Figure 40. Intellipix™ Design for 0.26″ 1080P MicroLED Display
Figure 41. C SEED 165-Inch M1 MicroLED TV
Figure 42. Flexible MicroLED. 103
Figure 43. Jade Bird Display Microdisplays
Figure 44. JBD's 0.13-Inch Panel
Figure 45. Prototype MicroLED Display
Figure 46. APHAEA MicroLED Watch
Figure 47. Lextar 2021 Micro LED and Mini LED Products
Figure 48. LSAB009 MicroLED Display
Figure 49. Schematic of Micro Nitride Chip Architecture
Figure 50. 9.4" Flexible MicroLED Display
Figure 51. 7.56-Inch Transparent Micro LED Display
Figure 52. 48 X 36 Passive Matrix MicroLED Display
Figure 53. the Wall
Figure 54. Samsung Neo QLED 8K
Figure 55. Npqd™ Technology for MicroLEDs
Figure 56. Wicop Technology
Figure 57. B-Series and C-Series Displays
Figure 58. Photo-Polymer Mass Transfer Process
Figure 59. Vuzix ULED Display Engine
Figure 60. The Cinema Wall MicroLED Display
Figure 61. 7.56” Transparent Display
Figure 62. VueReal Flipchip MicroLED (30X15 Um2)

Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
  • Aledia
  • AU Optronics Corporation
  • China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT)
  • Ennostar Inc.
  • Glō
  • Jade Bird Display
  • Japan Display Inc. (JDI)
  • Konka Group
  • LedMan Optoelectronics Co. Ltd.
  • Leyard OptoElectronics
  • LG Display Co. Ltd.
  • MICLEDI Microdisplays
  • Micro Nitride Co. Ltd.
  • Mikro Mesa Technology Co. Ltd.
  • PlayNitride Inc.
  • Rohinni LLC
  • Samsung
  • Seoul Semiconductor/Seoul Viosys Co. Ltd.
  • Sony
  • TCL Electronics
  • Tianma Microelectronics Co. Ltd.
  • VueReal
  • Vuzix Corporation
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

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