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Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c64030 ) has announced the addition of "Emerging Markets for OLED and Printed Lighting" to their offering.

This Report is One of the First Studies Covering the Important Field of OLED and Printed Lighting

DUBLIN, Ireland | Posted on July 27th, 2007

In the past year, OLED makers, materials firms and others have become increasingly interested in new business opportunities that will be available as the result of OLED, phosphorescent and (to a lesser extent) carbon nanotube lighting. Interest in this new form of illumination is being driven by a number of factors ranging from its likely low power consumption to the fact that - unlike high-end displays - it can be built without any need for complex active matrix backplanes.

While the brightness, lifetimes and other performance factors for OLED and printed lighting are all still in need of improvement, this type of product is expected to find a large number of applications in areas as diverse as architectural lighting, general illumination, backlighting for LCD displays, signage, instrument panels, lighting for cars and aircraft, toys and games, and even clothing.

This is a new report that analyzes and quantifies the opportunities available in OLED and printed lighting. The report examines the factors driving the market as well as key trends in materials and manufacturing. The report analyzes the strategies of the main firms and research groups involved in this space as well as the likely commercial impact of various government funded projects in the U.S., Europe and Japan. In addition to discussing the devices themselves, this report also provides a forecast broken out by technology platform and application area in volume and value terms.

This report is one of the first studies covering this important field and continues the ongoing research into printed electronics, OLEDs and LED lighting markets.

Contents:

Executive Summary

Chapter One: Introduction

Chapter Two: Technology Trends

Chapter Three: Market Analysis

Chapter Four: Project and Company Profiles

Chapter Five: Eight-Year Forecasts of Printed and Organic Lighting Markets

Appendix A: Alphabet Soup: A Guide to the Acronyms

Appendix B: OLED Infrastructure Companies

Appendix C: DOE/EERE Awards for OLED Lighting

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