Global Information Inc. presents a new market research report, "Conductive Coatings Markets, 2010 and Beyond" by NanoMarkets.
In its latest report on the conductive coatings market, NanoMarkets predicts that the worldwide conductive coatings market will break the $12.0 billion revenue threshold in 2015. The report examines the latest developments in electronics ranging from the growing use of next-gen displays to the rise of photovoltaics and wireless communications as shaking up the previously static conductive coatings business and creating new opportunities for both innovative start-up and established companies.
Research and analysis reveals that new developments in next-generation displays will lead to new business opportunities for conductive coatings as e-paper, OLED and touch screen display manufacturers move beyond indium tin oxide (ITO). NanoMarkets new report demonstrates how the latest photovoltaics technologies are desperately seeking new electrode materials that will improve the efficiency and performance of solar cells. Meanwhile, the omnipresence of wireless communications will generate a boost in sales for dips, paints, and other coatings-related products that provide EMI/RFI shielding. New types of conductive coatings, particularly polymers and nanomaterials, will display significant opportunities, which will lead the way to innovative start-ups.
In this report, NanoMarkets provides detailed 8-year market forecasts broken down by various material types and applications. Analyses in this report include markets for conductive coatings using metals, traditional carbon, conductive polymers, metallic compounds, and nanomaterials. Additionally, the range of applications examined by this report include, batteries and fuel cells, lighting, displays, photovoltaics, sensors, antistatic protection, EMI/RFI shielding and traditional thick film applications.