|By PR Newswire||
|January 8, 2014 02:51 PM EST||
DUBLIN, January 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mq7nsk/global_smart) has announced the addition of the "Global Smart Glass & Smart Windows Market (2013 - 2017) "report to their offering.
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Smart glass is widening its applications from conventional architectural (commercial and residential) to automotive, aviation, rail and marine, etc. Sun roof tops and rearview mirrors of the cars are lucrative applications for smart glass. With the robust growth of cars (especially high end cars), smart glass is also registering healthy growth in automotive market. Partition glass in aviation is also an attractive market, where smart glass suppliers have already received the orders from aviation market leaders. This report gives detailed insights of the smart glass market by technology, applications, components and geography. The report also focuses on the smart windows market.
The market size of global smart glass and smart window is estimated for 2012 and forecasted till 2017 with year-on-year growth. The penetration and growth of smart glass in various applications have been covered in the markets like residential and commercial architectural (i.e. construction sector) and in transpiration automotive is offering a huge growth, which is backed by the examples and the future plans of such automotive OEMs are also a part of the report. Smart glass is also being used in the aviation, which is a feature of the report. Non-electric technologies such as thermochromics have advantages; like it does not require any power source and competitive cost. The increase of the Electrochromics technology is the result of its ability to offer similar features of Liquid Crystal and Suspended Particle Display at competitive price.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
3.1 Market Definition
3.2 Evolution Of Smart Glass Systems
3.3 Segmentation Of Smart Glass Market
3.4 Application Lifecycle Of Smart Glass
3.5 Value Chain Of Smart Glass
3.6 Porter'S Five Forces Analysis For Smart Glass Market
3.7 Market Dynamics Of Smart Glass
4 Global Market, By Technology
4.1 Introduction To Technology
4.2 Electrical Installation Of Smart Glass
4.3 Special Case For Smart Windows
4.4 Comparison Of Technologies
4.5 Technological Trends (Photovolatics [Pv] & Oled Lighting)
5 Global Market, By Applications
6 Smart Windows
6.1 Smart Windows Market Dynamics
6.2 Types Of Smart Windows
6.3 Smart Window Block Diagram
7 Global Market, Geographic Analysis
7.1 North America
8 Competitive Landscape
8.1 Market Share Rankings
8.2 Mergers & Acquisitions
8.3 Collaborations/Partnerships/Agreements/Joint Ventures/Alliances 177
8.4 New Product Development
9 Company Profiles
- Asahi Glass Company Ltd.
- Corning, Inc.
- Gentex Corporation
- Glasnovations Ltd
- Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd.
- Innovative Glass Corp.
- Lti Smart Glass
- Polytronix, Inc.
- Ppg Industries Inc.
- Ravenbrick Llc
- Research Frontier
- Sage Electrochromics
- Scienstry, Inc.
- Smartglass International Ltd.
- Spd Control Systems Corporation
- Vision Systems
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