has been providing analytical coverage of the conductive coatings market for
more than three years and has developed an insider’s knowledge of this
interesting market. In this new Conductive
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report, NanoMarkets
has leveraged this knowledge and identified where the main opportunities in
conductive coatings will be found in the next eight years.
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report examines the latest technical and
market developments in the conductive coatings space. What we have discovered
is a growing number of applications where the market is open to new conductive
coatings and new suppliers.
In particular, NanoMarkets
has looked at the new business revenue opportunities for conductive coatings
that are emerging from developments in the display, lighting, solar panel, battery
and sensor markets. And NanoMarkets
has been especially careful to provide coverage of the how the maker of conductive
coatings can capitalize on such trends as the growth in e-paper and touch-screen
displays and the resurgence of crystalline silicon photovoltaics.
But in addition to such specialized, high-performance applications, Conductive
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report also looks at new opportunities
for bulk conductive coatings used for electrostatic discharge (ESD) and EMI/RFI
protection. These application areas for conductive coatings were once considered
slow growth, but the onward march of Moore’s Law and of wireless communications
has transformed this sector into one that has much greater potential than ever
expects that antistatic coatings for packaging and industrial clothing are
likely to see a boom as feature sizes decrease. With the semiconductor industry
about to move beyond the 45-nm node, antistatic coatings are becoming increasingly
essential in electronics packaging, as well as for the clothing and furniture
used in the electronics industry.
- The coatings used for EMI/RFI shielding are also likely to see solid growth
with the main driver being the shift of computing and communications from
wired to wireless.
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report analyzed the market at four main
classes of conductive coatings. These are metals, metallic oxides, conductive
polymers and nanomaterials. Conductive
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report discusses the latest technical
and commercial developments and latest materials that area appearing on the
scene, such as graphene and nanomaterials substitutes for ITO.
As with all NanoMarkets
Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond report includes a detailed eight-year
forecast of conductive coatings markets by application and material and it also
provides an in-depth discussion of key materials suppliers and other firms active
in this space. With regard to the forecast NanoMarkets
has taken into consideration the latest pricing expectations for the materials