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Date of Publication: May 17, 2017
This report provides ten-year forecasts of smart windows materials breakouts by type of material (electrochromic, photochromic, thermochromic, SPD, PDLC and emerging technologies) in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms and by end user markets ( construction, automotive, public transportation and aerospace). 

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Date of Publication: Dec 14, 2015
Electrochromic Glass Becoming a $3 Billion Market by 2020. Electrochromic (EC) glass has built up an established niche market for automotive mirrors, but latest analysis underscores the attractive revenue opportunities for EC glass in smart windows in both architecture and transportation. Much of the revenue generation will come from the mature sector of self-dimming auto mirrors, but the real growth opportunities will be in smart windows for buildings and vehicles, as well as potentially new applications such as lenses for mobile devices.

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Date of Publication: Oct 27, 2015
Smart composites leverage the commercial success of the composite technology model and apply it specifically to smart materials.  In regular composites two materials are combined to create a new material with functionality that is significantly different to the original materials. Typically, a smart composite is a smart material embedded in polymer, textiles, metal or concrete. In a few cases, smart composites are fabricated from two “dumb” materials that become smart only when they are combined. Our analysis suggests that these smart composites will have a growing role in a number of important applications and industry sectors. Many smart composites are inherently multifunctional and the latest smart composite technology even promises the ability to embed programmability into materials, enabling robotics-like behavior without embedded electronics.

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Date of Publication: Nov 18, 2015

In this report we identify the opportunities emerging from commercialization of smart textiles. These include textiles that are (1) fabricated from smart materials or (2) utilize sensing devices that are seamlessly integrated into the textile. The smart textile sector has taken off in the past few years, driven by the keen interest in the Internet-of-things (IoT) and enabled by the latest smart materials and powerful sensing devices. This report provides market coverage of the potential for emerging textile products where the textile is rapidly becoming the sensor.  The report also discusses how the latest generation of smart materials is expanding the market for advanced textiles. While the focus of this report is on the opportunity for smart textiles, we also discuss how the sensor industry can benefit from the latest trends in smart textiles and also how the supply chain for smart textiles is evolving.


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Date of Publication: Apr 28, 2015
The market for radiation detection materials (Scintillator crystals, thin film scintillators, semiconductors and neutron detection materials) will grow from...

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Date of Publication: Apr 27, 2015

This report examines the latest developments in thin-film and printed battery technologies, from materials and design to manufacturing. We also look at the supplier landscape as it stands today and how it continues to change. In this report we also evaluate all the various end markets, including eight-year forecasts for volumes and revenues. The thin-film and printed batteries sector will expand from $34 million in 2015 to $183 million by 2018 and $1.1 billion by 2022, as long-envisioned end markets such as smart cards and packaging are surpassed by emerging opportunities in consumer electronics, wearable devices, and the Internet-of-Things. 


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Date of Publication: Apr 27, 2015
In this report n-tech Research updates our evaluation of the various types of technologies that companies are using to make mirrors "smart," while noting...