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The Global Market for Advanced Displays 2021-2031: Flexible & Rollable Displays, Automotive Displays & Lighting, Smart Glasses & VR/AR/MR, Quantum Dot Displays, MicroLEDs, OLEDs, AI- Product Image
The Global Market for Advanced Displays 2021-2031: Flexible & Rollable Displays, Automotive Displays & Lighting, Smart Glasses & VR/AR/MR, Quantum Dot Displays, MicroLEDs, OLEDs, AI- Product Image

The Global Market for Advanced Displays 2021-2031: Flexible & Rollable Displays, Automotive Displays & Lighting, Smart Glasses & VR/AR/MR, Quantum Dot Displays, MicroLEDs, OLEDs, AI

  • ID: 5367732
  • Report
  • July 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 490 Pages
  • Future Markets, Inc
Global Revenues by Market, 2018 through 2031, and Profiles of 330+ Companies

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AU Optronics Corp.
  • Cynora
  • Dispelix Oy
  • Etulipa
  • FRONICS
  • OTI Lumionics

The Global Market for Advanced Displays 2021-2031 provides a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the global advanced displays technologies market and applications in a range of devices, from foldable smartphone displays to digital signage.

Markets and technologies covered in-depth include flexible & rollable displays, automotive displays and lighting, smart glasses & VR/AR/MR, quantum dot displays, digital signage, microLEDs, OLEDs, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in displays.

Report contents include:

  • Current state of the art and products
  • Recent industry developments and trends
  • Global revenues by market, 2018-2031
  • Profiles of over 330 product developers from SMEs to multi-national electronics companies. Companies profiled include Keiron Printing Technologies, CHASM Advanced Materials, Tianma, Dexerials Corporation, AU Optronics Corp., VueReal Inc., Flexbright Oy, Samsung, Seoul Semiconductor/Seoul Viosys Co. Ltd., Dispelix Oy, SCHOTT, kBOE Display Technology Co. Ltd., Etulipa, FRONICS, iBeam Materials, eMagin, QustomDot, Cynora, and OTI Lumionics.
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AU Optronics Corp.
  • Cynora
  • Dispelix Oy
  • Etulipa
  • FRONICS
  • OTI Lumionics

1 REPORT AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

2 DISPLAY INDUSTRY-MARKET STATUS AND OUTLOOK

3 FLEXIBLE AND PRINTED DISPLAYS
3.1 Current state of the art
3.1.1 Printed OLEDs
3.1.2 Flexible and printed circuit boards and interconnects
3.1.3 Flexible and printed transistors
3.2 OTFT materials for LCD and electrophoretic displays
3.3 Foldable and rollable smartphones
3.4 Foldable and rollable displays
3.5 OLCD Glass-Free Flexible Displays
3.6 Flexible lighting
3.7 Flexible electrophoretic displays
3.8 Outdoor displays and signage
3.8.1 Reflective Displays
3.8.2 Energy harvesting
3.9 Electrowetting displays
3.10 Electrochromic displays
3.10.1.1 Inorganic metal oxides
3.10.1.2 Organic EC materials
3.10.1.3 Nanomaterials
3.11 Flexible organic liquid crystal displays
3.11.1 Red Perovskite Emitters
3.12 Global market revenues 2018-2031
3.13 Company profiles

4 AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAYS AND LIGHTING
4.1 Electric vehicles
4.2 Interior displays and lighting
4.2.1 OLED and flexible displays
4.2.2 Transparent OLEDs
4.3 Exterior displays and lighting
4.4 Global market revenues 2018-2031 (Millions USD)
4.5 Company profiles

5 SMART GLASSES AND HEAD-MOUNTED DISPLAYS (VR, AR, MR, Vision Loss and Eye Trackers)
5.1 Products
5.2 Virtual Reality (VR) devices
5.3 Augmented (AR) headsets and smart glasses
5.4 Mixed Reality (MR) smart glasses
5.5 Global market size
5.6 Company profiles

6 QUANTUM DOTS IN ADVANCED DISPLAYS
6.1 Properties
6.2 Synthesis
6.3 Types
6.3.1 Cadmium Selenide, Cadmium Sulfide and other materials
6.3.2 Cadmium free quantum dots
6.3.3 Graphene quantum dots (GQDs)
6.3.3.1 Properties
6.3.3.2 Synthesis
6.3.3.3 Applications in advanced displays
6.3.4 Perovskite quantum dots (PQDs)
6.3.4.1 Properties
6.3.4.2 Comparison to conventional quantum dots
6.3.4.3 Synthesis methods
6.3.4.4 Applications in advanced displays
6.4 Quantum dots in advanced displays
6.4.1 LCDS vs. OLEDs vs. QD-LCDs/QLEDs
6.4.1.1 Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD)
6.4.2 QD-LCD TVs/QLEDs
6.4.3 Quantum dot enhancement film (QDEF) for current QLEDs
6.4.4 Quantum Dot on Glass (QDOG)
6.4.5 Quantum dot colour filters
6.4.6 Quantum dots on-chip
6.4.7 Electroluminescent quantum dots
6.4.7.1 QD-Micro-LEDs
6.4.8 Flexible QD displays
6.4.8.1 Flexible QLEDs
6.4.9 Transparent QD displays
6.4.10 Samsung QD Display
6.4.11 LG's "QNED" LCD TVs
6.5 Global market for quantum dots in TVs and displays
6.5.1 QD-TV unit sales 2016-2031
6.5.2 QD Monitor Unit sales 2015-2031
6.6 Company profiles

7 MICROLEDS
7.1 The MiniLED market
7.2 The MicroLED market
7.3 The Global display market
7.3.1 Display technologies assessment
7.4 Motivation for use of MicroLEDs
7.5 MicroLEDs applications
7.6 Market and technology challenges
7.7 Industry developments 2020-2021
7.8 CES 2021
7.9 Market activity in China
7.10 Global shipment forecasts for MicroLEDs
7.10.1 Units
7.10.2 TECHNOLOGY AND MANUFACTURING ANALYSIS
7.10.2.1 MiniLED (mLED) vs MicroLED (µLED)
7.11 Development
7.11.1 Sony
7.12 Types
7.13 Comparison to LCD and OLED
7.14 MicroLED displays
7.15 Advantages
7.15.1 Transparency
7.15.2 Borderless
7.15.3 Flexibility
7.16 Costs
7.17 Manufacturing
7.17.1 Epitaxy and Chip Processing
7.17.1.1 Uniformity
7.17.2 Assembly Technologies
7.17.2.1 Monolithic fabrication of microdisplays
7.17.2.2 Mass transfer
7.17.2.3 Mass Transfer Processes
7.17.2.3.1 Elastomer Stamp Transfer
7.17.2.3.2 Roll-to-Roll or Roll-to-Panel Imprinting
7.17.2.3.3 Laser-induced forward transfer (LIFT)
7.17.2.3.4 Electrostatic Transfer
7.17.2.3.5 Micro vacuum-based transfer
7.17.2.3.6 Adhesive Stamp
7.17.2.3.7 Fluidically Self-Assembled Transfer
7.17.3 Full colour conversion
7.17.3.1 Phosphor Colour Conversion LEDs
7.17.3.2 Quantum dots colour conversion
7.18 MICROLED TVs
7.18.1 The market in 2021
7.18.1.1 Comparison of microLED to other LED TV technologies
7.18.2 Samsung
7.18.2.1 Wall display and microLED TV
7.18.3 LG
7.18.3.1 MAGNIT MicroLED TV
7.18.4 Unit shipments 2020-2027
7.19 MICROLED SMARTWATCHES AND WEARABLES
7.19.1 Products and prototypes
7.19.2 Unit shipments 2020-2027
7.20 MICROLED SMARTPHONES
7.21 MICROLED FLEXIBLE, STRETCHABLE AND FOLDABLE DISPLAYS
7.21.1 Foldable microLED displays
7.21.2 Product developers
7.22 MICROLED BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MEDICAL DISPLAYS
7.22.1 Applications
7.22.2 Product developers
7.23 MICROLED AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAYS
7.23.1 Applications
7.23.2 Head-up display (HUD)
7.23.3 Headlamps
7.23.4 Product developers
7.24 MICROLED VIRTUAL (VR) AND AUGMENTED REALITY (AR)
7.24.1 Smart glasses and head-mounted displays (HMDs)
7.24.2 Product developers
7.25 MICROLED TRANSPARENT DISPLAYS
7.25.1 Applications
7.25.2 Product developers
7.26 Company profiles

8 ADVANCED OLEDs
8.1 OLED compared to LCD
8.2 Flexible AMOLEDs
8.3 Flexible PMOLED (Passive Matrix OLED)
8.4 Fluorescent OLED materials
8.5 Phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes (PHOLED)
8.6 OLED displays with Artificial Intelligence (AI)
8.7 TADF
8.8 Printed OLED displays
8.9 Transparent OLED display
8.10 Global market revenues 2018-2031 (Millions USD)
8.11 Company profiles

9 REFERENCES

List of Tables
Table 1. Flexible and printed displays products
Table 2. Applications in flexible and stretchable circuit boards, by advanced materials type and benefits thereof
Table 3. Foldable display products and prototypes
Table 4. Companies developing transparent display products
Table 5. Types of electrochromic materials and applications
Table 6. Companies developing curved automotive displays
Table 7. Smart glasses companies and products
Table 8. VR headset products
Table 9. Augmented reality (AR) smart glass products
Table 10. Mixed Reality (MR) smart glass products
Table 11: Chemical synthesis of quantum dots
Table 12: Comparison of graphene QDs and semiconductor QDs
Table 13. Comparative properties of conventional QDs and Perovskite QDs
Table 14. Development roadmap for perovskite QDs
Table 15. Properties of perovskite QLEDs comparative to OLED and QLED
Table 16: Advantages and disadvantages of LCDs, OLEDs and QDs
Table 17: Typical approaches for integrating QDs into displays
Table 18: Current and planned Quantum Dot TVs by manufacturer, availability, size range and price range
Table 19: QD colour filter options and advantages
Table 20: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2031, conservative and optimistic estimate for QDEF film and Non-QDEF film
Table 21. Summary of display technologies
Table 22. MicroLED applications
Table 23. Market and technology challenges for microLED
Table 24. Micro and MicroLED industry developments 2020-2021
Table 25. MiniLED and microLED product announcements at CES 2021
Table 26. MicroLED activity in China
Table 27. MicroLED display forecast (thousands of units) to 2027
Table 28. Comparison between miniLED and microLED
Table 29. Comparison of MicroLEDs to conventional LEDs
Table 30. Types of microLED
Table 31. Comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 32. Schematic comparison to LCD and OLED
Table 33. Commercially available microLED products and specifications
Table 34. microLED-based display advantages and disadvantages
Table 35. Mass transfer methods, by company
Table 36. Comparison of various mass transfer technologies
Table 37. Comparison of LED TV technologies
Table 38. Flexible, stretchable and foldable miniLED and MicroLED products
Table 39. Medical display MicroLED products
Table 40. Automotive display & backlight architectures
Table 41. Applications of microLED in automotive
Table 42. Automotive display MicroLED products and prototypes
Table 43. Comparison of AR Display Light Engines
Table 44. VR and AR MicroLED products
Table 45. Applications of miniLED and microLED transparent displays
Table 46. Companies developing MicroLED transparent displays
Table 47. LG mini QNED range
Table 48. Samsung Neo QLED TV range
Table 49. San’an Mini and Micro LED Production annual target
Table 50. NPQDTM vs Traditional QD based Micro-LEDs

List of Figures
Figure 1. Thin film transistor incorporating SWCNTs
Figure 2. LG Signature OLED TV R
Figure 3. Flexible display
Figure 4. Rollable display producers and products
Figure 5. LG Display transparent OLED touch display
Figure 6. Transparent display in subway carriage window
Figure 7. LG OLED flexible lighting panel
Figure 8. Flexible OLED incorporated into automotive headlight
Figure 9. LECTUM® display
Figure 10. Argil electrochromic film integrated with polycarbonate lenses
Figure 11. Organic LCD with a 10-mm bend radius
Figure 12. Global flexible and printed displays market revenues, 2017-2031 (billion $)
Figure 13. Global flexible and printed displays market revenues, 2017-2031 (billion $)
Figure 14. 1.39-inch full-circle microLED display
Figure 15. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 16. Transparent 3D touch control with LED lights and LED matrix
Figure 17. Flexible microLED
Figure 18. Hyperfluorescence™ OLED display
Figure 19. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 20. 7.56-inch transparent Micro LED display
Figure 21. Micro-LED stretchable display
Figure 22. TCL phone and tablet concepts
Figure 23. 7.56” Transparent Display
Figure 24. Mercedes-Benz’s Hyperscreen
Figure 25. LG OLED Car Infotainment Demo
Figure 26. BOE Side Window Dimming Concept
Figure 27. Global market revenues for advanced displays in automotive, 2018-2031 (Million USD)
Figure 28. Global market for flexible and printed electronics in the automotive sector, revenues (millions USD) by applications
Figure 29. Vuzix Blade
Figure 30. NReal Light MR smart glasses
Figure 31. Global market revenues for smart glasses and head-mounted displays (VR, AR, MR)
Figure 32: Quantum dot schematic
Figure 33. Quantum dot size and colour
Figure 34: Schematic of (a) CQDs and (c) GQDs. HRTEM images of (b) C-dots and (d) GQDs showing combination of zigzag and armchair edges (positions marked as 1-4)
Figure 35: Green-fluorescing graphene quantum dots
Figure 36: Graphene quantum dots
Figure 37. A pQLED device structure
Figure 38: Perovskite quantum dots under UV light
Figure 39: QD-TVsupply chain
Figure 40: Quantum dot LED backlighting schematic
Figure 41. Quantum dot film schematic.224
Figure 42: Quantum Dots on Glass schematic
Figure 43: Samsung 8K 65" QD Glass
Figure 44: QD/OLED hybrid schematic
Figure 45: Electroluminescent quantum dots schematic
Figure 46: The Wall microLED display
Figure 47: Individual red, green and blue microLED arrays based on quantum dots
Figure 48: Ink-jet printed 5-inch AM-QLED display (80 dpi)
Figure 49: Carbon nanotubes flexible, rechargeable yarn batteries incorporated into flexible, rechargeable yarn batteries
Figure 50: Flexible & stretchable LEDs based on quantum dots
Figure 51. Schematic of QD-OLED hybrid
Figure 52: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2031, conservative estimates
Figure 53: QD-TV unit sales 2016-2031, optimistic estimates
Figure 54: QD Monitor Unit sales 2015-2031
Figure 55: InP/ZnS, perovskite quantum dots and silicon resin composite under UV illumination
Figure 56. AU 85" bezel-less quantum dot TV
Figure 57: InP/ZnS, perovskite quantum dots and silicon resin composite under UV illumination
Figure 58: Quantum dots tag on plastic bottle
Figure 59. QDSSC Module
Figure 60: Quantum dot sheet
Figure 61. SQ dots production process
Figure 62. Infrared QD sensor company
Figure 63. CQD™ photodiode schematic
Figure 64. TCL QLED TVs
Figure 65. The progress of display technology-LCD to MicroLED
Figure 66. MicroLED display forecast (thousands of units) to 2027
Figure 67. Display system configurations
Figure 68. MicroLED schematic
Figure 69. Pixels per inch roadmap of µ-LED displays from 2007 to 2019
Figure 70. Comparison of microLED with other display technologies
Figure 71. Lextar 10.6 inch transparent microLED display
Figure 72. Transition to borderless design
Figure 73. Schematics of a elastomer stamping, b electrostatic/electromagnetic transfer, c laser-assisted transfer and d fluid self-assembly
Figure 74. Schematics of Roll-based mass transfer
Figure 75. Schematic of laser-induced forward transfer technology
Figure 76. Schematic of fluid self-assembly technology
Figure 77. Schematic of colour conversion technology
Figure 78. Process flow of a full-colour microdisplay
Figure 79. Samsung Wall display system
Figure 80. LG MAGNIT MicroLED TV
Figure 81. MicroLED display forecast for TVs (thousands of units) to 2027
Figure 82. microLED wearable display prototype
Figure 83. APHAEA Watch
Figure 84. MicroLED display forecast for smart watches (thousands of units) to 2027
Figure 85. AU Optonics Flexible MicroLED Display
Figure 86. Schematic of the TALT technique for wafer-level microLED transferring
Figure 87. Foldable 4K C SEED M1
Figure 88. MicroLEDs for medical applications
Figure 89. MicroLED automotive display
Figure 90. Issues in current commercial automotive HUD
Figure 91. Rear lamp utilizing flexible MicroLEDs
Figure 92. Vuzix microLED microdisplay Smart Glasses
Figure 93. Different transparent displays and transmittance limitations
Figure 94. 7.56" high transparency & frameless MicroLED display
Figure 95. WireLED in 12” Silicon Wafer
Figure 96. Typical GaN-on-Si LED structure
Figure 97. 300 mm GaN-on-silicon epiwafer
Figure 98. MicroLED chiplet architecture
Figure 99. 1.39-inch full-circle microLED display
Figure 100. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 101. BOE MiniLED display TV
Figure 102. BOE miniLED automotive display
Figure 103. Image obtained on a blue active-matrix WVGA (wide video graphics array) microdisplay
Figure 104. Fabrication of the 10-µm pixel pitch LED array on sapphire
Figure 105. A 200-mm wafer with CMOS active matrices for GaN 873 × 500-pixel microdisplay at 10-µm pitch
Figure 106. IntelliPix™ design for 0.26″ 1080p microLED display
Figure 107. C Seed 165-inch M1 microLED TV
Figure 108. Flexible microLED
Figure 109. Jade Bird Display microdisplays
Figure 110. JBD's 0.13-inch panel
Figure 111. Prototype microLED display
Figure 112. APHAEA MicroLED watch
Figure 113. Lextar 2021 micro LED and mini LED products
Figure 114. LSAB009 microLED display
Figure 115. Schematic of Micro Nitride chip architecture
Figure 116. 9.4" flexible MicroLED display
Figure 117. 7.56-inch transparent Micro LED display
Figure 118. 48 x 36 Passive Matrix microLED display
Figure 119. Micro-LED stretchable display
Figure 120. The Wall
Figure 121. Samsung Neo QLED 8K
Figure 122. NPQD™ Technology for MicroLEDs
Figure 123. Wicop technology
Figure 124. B-Series and C-Series displays
Figure 125. Photo-polymer mass transfer process
Figure 126. Vuzix uLED display engine
Figure 127. The Cinema Wall MicroLED display
Figure 128. 7.56” Transparent Display
Figure 129. VueReal Flipchip microLED (30x15 um2)
Figure 130. AMOLED schematic
Figure 131. Mirage smart speaker with wraparound touch display
Figure 132. LG rollable OLED TV
Figure 133. AU Optronics inkjet-printed OLED prototype
Figure 134. AU Optronics inkjet-printed OLED prototype
Figure 135. Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition
Figure 136. Global market revenues for OLEDs, 2018-2031 (Millions USD)
Figure 137. Transparent OLED made with OTI Lumionic’s ConducTorr™ CPM
Figure 138. LG Display transparent OLED Panel in China subway

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A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • AU Optronics Corp.
  • CHASM Advanced Materials
  • Cynora
  • Dexerials Corporation
  • Dispelix Oy
  • eMagin
  • Etulipa
  • Flexbright Oy
  • FRONICS
  • iBeam Materials
  • kBOE Display Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Keiron Printing Technologies
  • OTI Lumionics
  • QustomDot
  • Samsung
  • SCHOTT
  • Seoul Semiconductor/Seoul Viosys Co. Ltd.
  • Tianma
  • VueReal Inc.
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