Worldwide Smart Windows Markets: 2013-2020

Smart Windows Markets: 2014-2021

N-Tech Research, Date of Publication: May 20, 2014
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NanoMarkets has now been tracking the smart windows for five years and has produced detailed studies of this market and related businesses including the smart windows materials markets and smart auto glass. Our understanding of new high-tech glass markets has been further enhanced by our studies of BIPV glass, self-healing and self-cleaning glass and various segments of the display glass sector.
 
As part of our ongoing coverage of the smart windows sector, NanoMarkets has compiled numerous market forecasts in this space for the buildings/construction and aerospace sectors, with breakouts by type of smart windows technology and geographical region served.
 
In this report, we present a compendium of our eight-year projections in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms.  We have updated our forecasts from 2013, both adjusting our numbers for current conditions in the smart windows business and bringing our forecasts up to date with numbers for 2021.
 
As part of the overall analysis, this report also examines the cost and technical challenges that will have to be overcome for the smart windows markets to make new products a success.  In addition, this report also develops a roadmap for the next-generation smart windows technologies, especially with regard to more effective self-dimming and self-cleaning glass, as well as hybrid smart windows/BIPV glass.
 
NanoMarkets believes that this report will provide guidance to all those interested in the business prospects for smart windows and the technologies that make them possible. NanoMarkets believes that those who will benefit from purchasing this study will include marketing and business development executives in the glazing, coatings, construction, automotive and aerospace industries.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary
E.1 Prospects for Passive Tinting Materials:  Are There Any?
E.1.1 Passive Retrofit Window Films:  Still the One to Beat
E.1.2 Passive Thermochromic Windows
E.1.3 Passive Photochromic Windows
E.2 Active Smart Windows:  The Future?
E.2.1 Electrochromic Active Smart Windows
E.2.2 SPD Active Smart Windows
E.2.3 PDLC Privacy Windows
E.3 Thoughts on the Opportunities with Self-Cleaning and Self-Healing Windows
E.4 Opportunities for Construction and Architectural Firms
E.5 Opportunities for Transportation Equipment Manufacturers
E.5.1 Automotive Industry:  Style and Substance
E.5.2 Aerospace Industry:  A Place to Start With New Windows Ideas
E.6 Opportunities for Materials Firms
E.6.1 Glass and Windows Firms
E.6.2 Coatings and Films Companies
E.7 Six Firms to Watch in the Smart Windows Space
E.8 Regions and Countries to Watch
E.8.1 U.S. – Construction Boom, Bust or What?
E.8.2 Europe—the Environmentalism on the Wane
E.8.3 China and Non-Japan Asia—Growth
with Caution
E.8.4 Japan:  Construction and Alternative Energy Doing Well
E.9 Summary of the Eight-Year Forecasts for the Smart Windows Market
 
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: Passive Smart Window Products And Technologies
2.1 Smart Windows:  Passive versus Active
2.2 Passive Retrofit Window Films
2.3 Key Technology Developments and Suppliers
2.3.1 Thermochromics
2.3.2 Photochromics
2.4 Customers Base for Passive Smart Windows in the Construction Industry
2.5 Customers Base for Passive Smart Windows in Automotive and Aerospace
2.6 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Three:  Active Smart Window Products and Technologies
3.1 Key Technology Developments and Suppliers
3.1.1 Electrochromics
3.1.2 SPD
3.1.3 PDLC Privacy Glass
3.2 Customers Base for Passive Smart Windows in the Construction Industry
3.3 Customers Base for Passive Smart Windows in Automotive and Aerospace
3.4 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Four:  Smart Building Windows:  Eight-Year Forecasts
4.1 Forecasting Methodology and Data Sources
4.2 Rising Real Energy Prices Driving Smart Windows
4.1.2 LEED and Zero Net Energy Buildings
4.3 Residential, Commercial and Industrial Construction Trends
4.4 Comfort and Style Factors Driving Smart Building Windows
4.5 The Smart Building Windows Supply Chain
4.5.1 Retail and Wholesalers
4.5.2 Materials Suppliers and Other Market Influencers
4.6 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for Residential Buildings
4.6.1 Eight-Year Forecast of Residential Smart Windows Markets:  TAM
4.6.2 Eight-Year Passive Residential Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology/Building Type
4.6.3 Eight-Year Active Residential Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology/Building Type
4.6.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Residential Smart Windows Market by Major Geographical Regions
4.7 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for Commercial and Industrial Buildings
4.7.1 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for Commercial, and Industrial Buildings:  TAM
4.7.2 Eight-Year Passive Commercial/Industrial Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology/Building Type
4.7.3 Eight-Year Active Commercial/Industrial Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology/Building Type
4.7.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Commercial/Industrial Smart Windows Market by Major Geographical Regions
4.8 Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Mirrors
4.9 New Products:  Self-Cleaning, Self-Healing Windows and “Smart BIPV”
4.10 Alternative Scenarios
4.11 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Five:  Automotive and Aerospace Markets For Smart Windows:  Eight-Year Forecasts
5.1 Energy Conservation as a Market Driver for Smart Windows in Transportation
5.2 Smart Windows, Comfort and Style in Transportation
5.2.1 Automotive
5.2.1 Aerospace
5.3 The Smart Windows Supply Chain for Transportation
5.3.1 Automotive Retailers
5.3.2 The Aerospace Components Supply Chain
5.4 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for the Automotive Segment
5.4.1 Eight-Year Forecast of Automotive Smart Windows Markets:  TAM
5.4.2 Eight-Year Passive Smart Auto Windows Forecast: By Technology/Vehicle Type
5.4.3 Eight-Year Active Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology/Vehicle Type
5.4.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Auto Windows Market by Major Geographical Regions
5.5 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for the Aerospace Sector
5.5.1 Eight-Year Market Forecast of the Smart Windows for Aerospace:  TAM
5.5.2 Eight-Year Passive Aerospace Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology
5.5.3 Eight-Year Active Commercial/Industrial Smart Windows Forecast: By Technology Type
5.5.4 Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Aerospace Windows Market by Major Geographical Regions
5.6 New Products:  Self-Cleaning, Self-Healing Windows, “Smart BIPV” and HUDs for the transportation sector
5.7 Alternative Scenarios
5.8 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Six:  Summary of Eight-Year Market Forecasts
6.1 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Windows by End User Markets
6.2 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Windows by Passive Technologies
6.3 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Windows by Active Technologies
6.4 Eight-Year Market Forecast of Smart Windows by Geographical Region
 
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May 20, 2014
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