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Research and Markets (www.researchandmarkets.com/research/98bdba/thinfilm_batterie) has announced the addition of the "Thin-Film Batteries: Current and Future Markets 2009-2016" report to their offering.

Research and Markets: Thin-Film Batteries: Current and Future Markets 2009-2016 Report

DUBLIN, Ireland | Posted on May 27th, 2009

This reports examines the market potential for thin-film batteries; devices that have been available for several years, but which have yet to gain a foothold in the marketplace. It identifies the opportunities for thin-film batteries to displace coin cells and other traditional battery types and the new applications where thin-film batteries seem uniquely qualified to provide power. The report also analyzes in depth the likely impact on the market of thin-film batteries' much touted claims to safety and environmental friendliness and the degree to which thin-film power sources will be able rival traditional battery technologies.

The report discusses in depth the new materials and manufacturing technologies that will be brought to bear on the creation of thin-film batteries. It also provides an analysis of the technical and market needs of the many applications areas at which these batteries may be used, as well as profiles of several leading manufacturers of thin-film batteries. These profiles focus on each firm's product and marketing strategy, as well as how they are funding their business expansion.

The report also looks at the activities of some of the leading research groups working in this field, at the achievements to date in thin-film battery technology and also at what remains to be done, including the future role of nanomaterials. It also discusses the role of OEMs in working with the battery suppliers to integrate thin-film batteries into their sensors, RFIDs, medical devices, displays, etc. Finally, the report provides eight-year forecasts of thin-film batteries in both volume and value terms, broken out by battery chemistry and by application. This forecast takes into consideration the current recessionary environment and also includes future pricing scenarios for thin-film batteries of various kinds.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary
E.1 Introduction
E.2 Summary and Comparison of Thin-Film Battery Chemistries
E.3 Summary of Main Opportunities in the Thin-Film Batteries Market
E.4 Firms to Watch in the Thin-Film Battery Business
E.5 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts for Thin-Film Batteries

Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to this Report
1.2 Objectives and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology of this Report
1.4 Plan of this Report

Chapter Two: Evolution of Thin-Film Battery Technology
2.1 Overview of Thin-Film Battery Chemistries
2.2 Lithium Chemistries
2.3 Zinc-Based Chemistries
2.4 Evolution of Manufacturing Technology for Thin-Film Batteries
2.5 Comparison Performance Assessment of Existing Thin-Film Battery Chemistries
2.6 Future Materials and Technologies for Thin-Film Batteries
2.7 Technological Alternatives to Thin-Film Batteries
2.8 Key Points from the Chapter

Chapter Three: Applications and Forecasts for Thin-Film Batteries
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Why Thin-Film Batteries? RFID, Smart Packaging and Other Retail Industry Applications
3.3 Why Thin-Film Batteries? Smartcards and Security Applications
3.4 Why Thin-Film Batteries? Sensing and Related Applications
3.5 Why Thin-Film Batteries? Medical and Cosmetic Devices
3.6 Why Thin-Film Batteries? Semiconductor/Computer Industry Applications
3.7 Why Thin-Film Batteries? Greetings Cards, Games, Toys and Other Novelties
3.8 A Note on Thin-Film Batteries and Electric Cars
3.9 Eight-Year Forecast of Thin-Film Battery Market by Application
3.10 Eight-Year Forecast of Thin-Film Battery Powered Products
3.11 Key Points Made in this Chapter

Chapter Four: Profiles of Leading Thin Battery Firms
4.1 Thin-Film Battery Producers
4.2 Biophan/Te-Bio
4.3 Cymbet
4.4 Enable IPC
4.5 Excellatron
4.6 Front Edge Technology
4.7 Infinite Power Solutions
4.8 ITN Energy Systems
4.9 NanoEner
4.10 NEC
4.11 Oak Ridge Micro-Energy
4.12 Planar Energy Devices
4.13 Solicore
4.14 Ultralife
4.15 Printable Battery Producers

Companies mentioned:

* Biophan/Te-Bio
* Cymbet
* Enable IPC
* Excellatron
* Front Edge Technology
* Infinite Power Solutions
* ITN Energy Systems
* NanoEner
* NEC
* Oak Ridge Micro-Energy
* Planar Energy Devices
* Solicore
* Ultralife
* Printable Battery Producers
* Blue Spark Technologies
* Enfucell
* Power Paper
* prelonic technologies
* Rocket
* The GREENBAT Project
* VTT

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