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Wireless Charging Market (2013-2018): Global Market Forecast by, Technologies (Inductive Coupling, Magnetic Resonance, Radio Frequency), Applications (Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Electric Vehicles, Medical and Military) and Geography (North America)

NEW YORK, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 

Wireless Charging Market (2013-2018): Global Market Forecast by, Technologies (Inductive Coupling, Magnetic Resonance, Radio Frequency), Applications (Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Electric Vehicles, Medical and Military) and Geography (North America

http://www.reportlinker.com/p01187553/Wireless-Charging-Market-2013-2018...

 

Wireless charging is gaining momentum in the last couple years and is expected to become an increasingly incessant form of charging for a number of applications. The applications for wireless charging are in diverse range of industries such as consumer electronics, automobile, military applications, mobile computing, communication devices, medical devices, and industrial applications. The integration of wireless charging technology into mobile and consumer electronics devices is already taking shape through standardization on a worldwide scale.

 

According to 6Wresearch, the Global Wireless Charging market is expected to reach $9,947.4 million by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 42.6% during the period 2013-2018.

 

The report thoroughly covers the wireless charging market by shipments, technologies, applications, and by region. The report provides the unbiased and detailed analysis of the on-going trends, opportunities/high growth areas, market drivers which will help the stakeholders to device and align their market strategies according to the current and future market dynamics.

 

Key Highlights of the report

 

• Market dynamics of wireless charging market.

• Revenue forecast by technology.

• Unit Shipments.

• Market forecast by applications.

• Revenue forecasts by geography.

• Unit shipment forecast by geography

• Value Chain Analysis.

• Competitive Landscape.

• Company profiles.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

ACRONYMS USED

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REPORT

1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION

1.3 MARKETS COVERED

1.4 METHODOLOGY ADOPTED AND KEY DATA POINTS

1.5 ASSUMPTIONS

 

2 MARKET OVERVIEW

2.1 WIRELESS CHARGING TECHNOLOGIES

2.1.1 INDUCTIVE COUPLING

2.1.2 RADIO FREQUENCY

2.1.3 MAGNETIC RESONANCE

2.2 WIRELESS CHARGING TECHNOLOGIES COMPARISON

2.3 INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE

2.4 MARKET SHARE

2.4.1 MARKET SHARE (2012) - BY TECHNOLOGIES

2.4.2 MARKET SHARE (2012) - BY APPLICATIONS

2.5 MARKET DYNAMICS

2.5.1 MARKET DRIVERS

2.5.1.1 FORMS COMMON CHARGING PLATFORM FOR DIFFERENT PRODUCTS

2.5.1.2 MEANS FOR PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION

2.5.1.3 REDUCTION IN TOXIC AND NON-BIODEGRADABLE E-WASTE

2.5.2 MARKET RESTRAINTS

2.5.2.1 COST ISSUES

2.5.2.2 LOWER EFFICIENCY THAN WIRED CHARGERS

2.5.3 OPPORTUNITIES

2.5.3.1 EMERGENCE OF WIRELESS CHARGING WITHOUT CHARGING PADS

2.5.4 CURRENT AND FUTURE MARKET TREND

2.5.4.1 INCLUSION OF WIRELESS CHARGING AT RETAIL AND SOCIAL GATHERING OUTLETS

2.5.4.2 INCORPORATION OF WIRELESS CHARGING IN AUTOMOBILES

2.5.4.3 REDUCTION IN TOXIC AND NON-BIODEGRADABLE E-WASTE

2.5.5 CHALLENGES/ISSUES

2.5.5.1 LACK OF STANDARDIZATION

2.5.6 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS

2.5.6.1 COMPONENT SUPPLIERS

2.5.6.2 HANDSET MANUFACTURERS

2.5.6.3 TELECOM SERVICE PROVIDERS

2.5.6.4 RETAILERS

 

3 GLOBAL WIRELESS CHARGING MARKET

3.1 INDUCTIVE COUPLING

3.2 MAGNETIC RESONANCE

3.3 RADIO FREQUENCY

 

4 APPLICATION MARKET

4.1 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

4.2 INDUSTRIAL

4.3 ELECTRIC VEHICLE

4.4 MEDICAL

4.5 MILITARY

 

5 GEOGRAPHY MARKET

5.1 NORTH AMERICA

5.2 WESTERN EUROPE

5.3 EASTERN EUROPE

5.4 ASIA PACIFIC

5.5 LATIN AMERICA

5.6 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA

 

6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO

6.2 PORTER'S 5 FORCES MODEL

6.2.1 RIVALRY AMONG EXISTING FIRMS

6.2.2 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS

6.2.3 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS

6.2.4 THREATS FROM NEW ENTRANT

6.2.5 THREAT FROM PRODUCT SUBSTITUTES

 

7 COMPANY PROFILES

7.1 DURACELL INTERNATIONAL

7.1.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.1.2 STRATEGY

7.1.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.2 ENERGIZER HOLDING INC.

7.2.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.2.2 STRATEGY

7.2.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.3 FULTON INNOVATION

7.3.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.3.2 STRATEGY

7.3.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.4 HITACHI MAXELL

7.4.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.4.2 STRATEGY

7.4.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.5 MURATA

7.5.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.5.2 STRATEGY

7.5.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.6 POWERMAT LTD.

7.6.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.6.2 STRATEGY

7.6.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.7 VERIZON

7.7.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.7.2 STRATEGY

7.7.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

7.8 WITRICITY

7.8.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW

7.8.2 STRATEGY

7.8.3 KEY DEVELOPMENTS

 

 

 

To order this report: Wireless Charging Market (2013-2018): Global Market Forecast by, Technologies (Inductive Coupling, Magnetic Resonance, Radio Frequency), Applications (Consumer Electronics, Industrial, Electric Vehicles, Medical and Military) and Geography (North America

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