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Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022

 
Smart coatings are coatings that dynamically adapt their properties to an external stimulus and they are of growing commercial importance.
 
NanoMarkets has been covering the smart coatings market for four years and believes that the market opportunities for these materials has never been better.  We see revenues from these interesting materials increasing rapidly in key sectors of the economy including construction, automotive, medical, consumer electronic goods and the military.  These are all market sectors where the “smartness” and functionality of materials – rather than price – shape purchasing decisions. 
 
This report assesses the latest technical developments in the smart coatings space.  As in previous NanoMarkets reports, this report analyzes both the relatively mature sectors of the smart coatings market (e.g., self-cleaning coatings), but in or 2015 report we have also added coverage of newer areas such as smart multi-layer coatings and smart coatings for air purification.  The report also includes our latest take on manufacturing; coating technology as it applies to smart coatings specifically.
 
The report also includes highly granular eight-year forecasts for all of the main market sectors where smart coatings are being – or will soon be – used. These forecasts are in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms and for each end user sector we include separate forecasts for all the main classes of smart coatings.  The report also contains a comprehensive analysis of product/market strategies and supply chain issues in the smart coating space.
 
NanoMarkets believes that this report will provide guidance to coatings and other specialty chemical firms, as well as firms making production equipment, and others planning to make investments in all kinds in smart materials.

Executive Summary
E.1 Technology Evolving:  The Business Impact of the New Smart Coatings
E.1.1 Self-Healing, Self-Assembling and Self-Cleaning Coatings:  The Nanotechnologists’ Dream Fulfilled
E.1.2 Smart Coatings for Smart Glass and Color-Shifting
E.1.3 Other Coatings and Future Coatings
E.2 The Next Markets for Smart Coatings
E.2.1 The Future of Smart Coatings is in Electronics
E.2.2 What’s Left for Smart Coatings in the Energy and Construction Sector
E.2.3 Military and Healthcare:  Standing Outside the Fray
E.2.4 Smart Coatings in the Automotive and Transportation Sector
E.3 Effective Competition in the Smart Coatings Space
E.3.1 Smart Coatings Compete With Sensors and Smart Surfaces
E.3.2 The Supply Chain versus the Innovation Chain
E.3.3 Barriers to Growth in the Smart Coatings Market
E.4 Summary of Eight-Year Smart Coatings Market Forecasts

Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to the Report
1.1.1 Smart Coatings:  A Definition
1.1.2 What’s Next in Smart Coatings: Electronics Industry and the Internet-of-Things
1.1.3 What’s Left in Energy and Construction Sector
1.1.4 Moderate Growth Opportunities for Smart Coatings:  Military and Healthcare
1.1.5 The Competition
1.2 Objectives and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology of this Report
1.4 Plan of this Report

Chapter Two: Smart Coatings:  Technical and Product Trends
2.1 Self-Healing Coatings
2.1.1 Current Products on the Market
2.1.2 Technologies and Commercialization Directions in Self-healing Coatings:  Embedded Capsules, Reversible Polymers and Shape Memory Materials
2.1.3 The Future of Self-Healing Coatings
2.2 Self-Assembling Coatings
2.2.1 Self-Assembly and Self-Stratification as a Way to Reduce Manufacturing Costs
2.3 Self-Assembled Monolayers
2.4 New Directions for Self-Assembling and Self-Stratifying Coatings
2.5 Self-Cleaning Coatings
2.5.1 Products and Commercial Trends for Self-Cleaning Coatings
2.5.2 Hydrophobic Coatings
2.5.3 Hydrophilic Coatings
2.5.4 Oleophobic Coatings
2.5.5 Towards Multi-Functionality in Self-Cleaning Coatings
2.5.6 Self-Cleaning Coatings:  Products and Suppliers
2.6 Smart Coatings for Corrosion/Wear Resistance
2.6.1 The Dangers of Chromium VI
2.6.2 New Technical Directions for Smart Anti-Corrosion Coatings
2.6.3 Commercialization of Novel Anti-Corrosion and Wear Resistant Coatings
2.7 Smart Antimicrobial and Antifungal Coatings
2.7.1 Main R&D Trends in Antimicrobial Coatings
2.7.2 Smart Silver as an Antimicrobial
2.7.3 Hydrogels as an Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
2.7.4 Other Materials as Smart Antimicrobial Coatings
2.7.5 Making Smart Antimicrobials Smarter
2.8 Smart Anti-Fouling Coatings
2.8.1 The Downside of Copper
2.8.2 Smart Coating Alternatives to Copper for Anti-Fouling Applications:  Main R&D Directions
2.9 Self-Dimming Coatings:  Smart Windows
2.9.1 Electrochromic Coatings
2.9.2 Photochromic Coatings
2.9.3 SPD Coatings
2.9.4 Thermochromic Windows
2.9.5 PDLC
2.9.6 Supply Chain for Smart Windows
2.10 Color-Shifting Coatings
2.10.1 Applicable Technologies
2.10.2 The Downside of Color Shifting
2.10.3 A Case Study:  The Exploration Tower at Port Canaveral
2.11 Pressure-Responsive Smart Coatings:  Pressure-Responsive Paints
2.11.1 Key Products and Product Trends
2.12 Smart Optical Coatings and Metamaterials
2.12.1 Anti-Reflection Coatings
2.12.2 Transparent Conductive Coatings
2.12.3 Extreme UV Coatings
2.12.4 Metamaterials
2.13 Shape-Memory Coatings
2.14 Multilayer Smart Coatings
2.15 Smart Nanocoatings
2.16 Manufacturing Innovations Impacting the Smart Coatings Sector
2.16.1 Impact of Printing Technology Advances on Smart Coating
2.16.2 Importance of Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembly
2.17 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Smart Coatings:  Opportunity Analysis and Market Forecast
3.1 Forecasting Methodology
3.1.1 Forecasting Philosophy
3.1.2 Sources of Data
3.1.3 Economic Assumptions
3.1.4 Breakout by Materials Used
3.1.5 Uncertainties and Usefulness of Our Forecasts
3.1.6 Alternative Scenarios
3.2 Smart Coatings in the Construction Industry
3.2.1 Smart (Self-Dimming) Windows
3.2.2 Self-Cleaning Glass
3.2.3 Self-Healing Paints and Concrete
3.2.4 Anti-Corrosion Coatings and Antimicrobials
3.2.5 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Construction Segment by Application and Material Type
3.3 Smart Coatings in the Energy Industry
3.3.1 Photovoltaics – Cleaner Glass and Anti-Reflective Coatings
3.3.2 Fuel Cells, Batteries, and Smart Coatings
3.3.3 Smart Coatings for Wind and Gas Turbines
3.3.4 Smart Coatings for Removal of Oil Slicks
3.3.5 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Energy Generation Segment by Application and Material Type
3.4 Automotive, Aerospace and Marine Markets for Smart Coatings
3.4.1 Corrosion Sensing and Corrosion Control
3.4.2 Anti-Fouling Applications
3.4.3 Self-Dimming, Self-Cleaning, and Self-Deicing Windows and Mirrors
3.4.4 Self-Repairing Body Coatings
3.4.5 Smart Coatings in Braking and Suspension Systems
3.4.6 Smart Coatings for Lubricants
3.4.7 Smart Tires
3.4.8 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Transportation Segment by Application and Material Type
3.5 Medical and Dental Applications for Smart Coatings
3.5.1 Drug Delivery Coatings
3.5.2 Anti-Microbial and Anti-Inflammatory Coatings
3.5.3 Diagnostic Sensing Coatings
3.5.4 Medical Uniforms and Medical Monitoring Garments
3.5.5 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Medical Segment by Application and Material Type
3.6 Consumer Electronics and Computers
3.6.1 Anti-Scratch Materials
3.6.2 Self-Cleaning Displays
3.6.3 Other Touch-Screen Coatings
3.6.4 Pressure-Sensing and Haptic Coatings
3.6.5 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Consumer Electronic Segment by Application and Material Type
3.7 Smart Textiles and Clothing
3.7.1 Environmentally Responsive Textiles
3.7.2 Self-Cleaning Carpets and Fabrics
3.7.3 Fire-Retardant Textiles and Garments
3.7.4 Forecast for Smart Polymers in Smart Textiles by Application and Material Type
3.8 Military and Domestic Security Markets for Smart Coatings
3.8.1 Camouflage
3.8.2 Smart Coatings for the Detection of Toxic Substances
3.8.3 Uniforms
3.8.4 Naval Anti-Fouling
3.8.5 Forecast for Smart Coatings in the Military Segment by Application and Material Type
3.9 Summary Forecasts
3.9.1 Summary by Application
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report
About the Author


List of Exhibits

Exhibit E-1: Eight-Year Revenue Forecast for Smart Coatings by Industry ($ Millions)    
Exhibit 2-1: Early Commercialized Self-Healing Coatings    
Exhibit 2-2: Major Research Initiatives and Trends in the Self-Healing and Self-Repairing  Coating Segment    
Exhibit 2-3: Notable Companies and Products in the Self-Assembling, Self-Organizing and  Self-Stratifying Segment    
Exhibit 2-4: Major Research Projects on Self-Assembling and Self-Stratifying Coatings and Their Future Impact    
Exhibit 2-5: Players and Products in the Self-Cleaning Windows Space    
Exhibit 2-6: Self-Cleaning Windows Firms:  Comparative Listing    
Exhibit 2-7: Notable Companies, Products, and Trends in the Self-cleaning Surfaces Segment    
Exhibit 2-8: Notable Companies, Products, and Trends in the Corrosion and Wear Resistant Segment    
Exhibit 2-9: Antimicrobial Coating Products and Their Applicability    
Exhibit 2-10: Major Research Projects and Trends in the Antimicrobial/Bioactive Coatings Segment    
Exhibit 2-11: Comparison of Smart Windows Materials and Technologies    
Exhibit 2-12: Key Trends in Pressure-Responsive Smart Coatings    
Exhibit 3-1: Approximate Share of Different Types of Smart Coatings in Each Application – 2015    
Exhibit 3-2: Potential Applications for Smart Coatings in the Building Construction Markets    
Exhibit 3-3: Eight-Year Forecast of Electrochromic Window Coatings in the Construction Sector    
Exhibit 3-4: Eight-Year Forecast of Other Self-Dimming Window Coatings in the Construction Sector    
Exhibit 3-5: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Cleaning Coatings in the Construction Sector    
Exhibit 3-6: Eight-Year Forecast of Corrosion-Prevention Coatings in the Construction Sector    
Exhibit 3-7: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Healing Coatings in the Construction Sector    
Exhibit 3-8: Potential of Smart Coatings in Key Energy Generation Applications
Exhibit 3-9: Eight-Year Forecast of Fuel-Cell Coatings in the Energy Generation Sector    
Exhibit 3-10: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Cleaning Coatings Used in Solar Energy Applications    
Exhibit 3-11: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Cleaning/Corrosion-Prevention Coatings used in Wind Energy Applications    
Exhibit 3-12: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Coatings for Oil Slick Removal    
Exhibit 3-13: Potential of Smart Coatings in Key Automobile Applications    
Exhibit 3-14: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Healing Coatings for Automotive Applications    
Exhibit 3-15: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Dimming Coatings used in Aircraft    
Exhibit 3-16: Eight-Year Forecasts of Self-Dimming Coatings used in  Automotive and Public Transportation    
Exhibit 3-17: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Sensing Coatings used in Aircraft    
Exhibit 3-18: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Antifouling Coatings for Marine Applications    
Exhibit 3-19 Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Lubricant Coatings for Automotive Applications    
Exhibit 3-20: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Tire Coatings for Automotive Applications    
Exhibit 3-21: Potential of Smart Coatings in Key Medical Applications    
Exhibit 3-22: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Coatings for Drug-Delivery    
Exhibit 3-23: Eight-Year Forecast of Antimicrobial Coatings in Medical Applications    
Exhibit 3-24: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart  Medical Uniform Coatings    
Exhibit 3-25: Potential of Smart Coatings in Key Consumer Electronics Applications    
Exhibit 3-26: Eight-Year Forecast of Anti-Scratch Coatings for Consumer Electronics Applications    
Exhibit 3-27: Eight-Year Forecast of Touch-Screen Coatings for Consumer Electronics Applications    
Exhibit 3-28: Eight-Year Forecast of Pressure-Sensing Coatings for Consumer Electronics Applications    
Exhibit 3-29: Potential of Smart Coatings In Key Textile and Clothing Applications    
Exhibit 3-30: Eight-Year Forecast of Environmentally Responsive Textile Coatings    
Exhibit 3-31: Eight-Year Forecast of Self-Cleaning Textile Coatings    
Exhibit 3-32:  Eight-Year Forecast of Flame-Retardant Textile Coatings    
Exhibit 3-33: Eight-Year Forecast of Corrosion-Resistant Coatings for Military Applications    
Exhibit 3-34: Eight-Year Forecast of Camouflage Coatings for Military Applications    
Exhibit 3-35: Eight-Year Forecast of Biosensing Coatings for Military Applications    
Exhibit 3-36: Eight-Year Forecast of  Smart Coatings for Military Uniforms (other than camouflage coatings)    
Exhibit 3-37: Eight-Year Forecast of Naval Antifouling Coatings    
Exhibit 3-38: Eight-Year Revenue Forecast for Smart Coatings by Industry and Coating Type  ($ Millions)    

The Market for Smart Coatings 2015-2022

Smart Coatings Market Set to Reach $ 5.8 Billion by 2020

Glen Allen, VA:  NanoMarkets has announced the release of a new report titled,   “Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022,” a report that continues the firm’s coverage of the smart coatings market dating back to 2010.  The report shows that the smart coatings market will grow from around $610 million in 2015 to $5.8 billion in 2020.  Additional details about the report are available at: 
 
About the Report:
 
The report analyzes the markets for smart coatings in key sectors of the economy including construction, energy, automotive, healthcare, consumer electronics, textiles and the military.  Coverage includes relatively mature smart coatings (e.g., self-cleaning coatings), along with latest materials such as smart multi-layer coatings.
 
The report also provides detailed eight-year forecasts in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms and for each end-user sector the report includes separate forecasts for all the main classes of smart coatings as well as for the underlying oxides, polymers, etc., from which they are fabricated. 
 
Firms addressed in the report include: 3M, AK Coatings, AkzoNobel, AnCatt, Apple, Autonomic Materials, Axalta, BASF, BioSuma, BigSky Technologies, Cardinal Glass, CHT Group, Clariant, Corning, Debiotech, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DSM, Dunmore, Duco, DuPont, GE, Gentex, Hempel, Hypho Technology, Industrial Nanotech, IngeniaTouch, Jotun, Lonza Industrial Solutions, Lubrizol, Microtek Laboratories, nanoShell, Nanovations, Nano Lab, nGimat, NSG, P2i, Pilkington, Pleotint, PPG, Research Frontiers, Ross Technology, Sage Electrochromics, Saint-Gobain, SeePoint Technology, Seagate, Senseg, Silco Tek, Sherwin-Williams, Specialty Coating Systems, SRI, Svaya, SWITCH Materials, Tesla Nanocoatings, Toyota and Valspar.
 
From the Report:
 
Self-healing, self-assembling and self-cleaning coatings are about to reach lifetimes and performance levels never seen before. As a result, the next generation of these materials will serve much larger markets.  NanoMarkets sees the market for self-healing coatings reaching $530 million by 2020. 
 
NanoMarkets is also seeing important R&D programs in the smart coatings space coming to fruition that will lead to new smart coatings products and product classes.  Particularly exciting are multilayer coatings, which NanoMarkets sees as the simplest way to develop coatings that are multifunctional. In the future, a smart coating might provide photovoltaic energy generation with inherent self-repair and self-cleaning capabilities.
 
NanoMarkets believes that the commercial potential for smart coatings in the electronics sector has grown in the past year because of the Internet-of-Things (IoT). A smart coating that is also a sensor would likely be a more cost effective way to create a wide-area sensing panel than a large array of sensing devices.  Revenues from sales of smart coatings into the electronics sector is now expected to reach $225 million in 2020.
 
Conversely, NanoMarkets is now less optimistic than it was a year ago about the prospects for smart coatings in the energy and green building sectors, as the result of declining oil prices.  In this new environment smart coatings firms will have to tell different marketing stories such as repositioning self-dimming coatings for windows so that they become about aesthetics and mood lighting, not energy saving. 
 
About NanoMarkets:
 
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging markets in energy, electronics and other area created by developments in advanced materials. The firm is a recognized leader in industry analysis and forecasts in a number of sectors around "smart" technology, sensors and next generation electronics. Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets' reports and other services.
 
Contact:
 
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets
(804) 938-0030

posted Jan 29, 2015

NanoMarkets Announces Upcoming Report “Smart Coatings Markets, 2015-2022” Set for January Release

Glen Allen, VA:  NanoMarkets today announced that it will be releasing a new report on smart coatings in early January of 2015.  The report titled, “Smart Coatings Markets 2015-2022” continues the firm’s coverage of smart coatings and materials coverage that dates back to 2010.    Additional details about the report are available at:  http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/smart-coatings-markets-2015-2022. ; The report is available at pre-publication pricing on orders placed by December 31, 2014.
 
About the Report:
 
Smart coatings are coatings that dynamically adapt their properties to an external stimulus and they are of growing commercial importance.
 
NanoMarkets has been covering the smart coatings market for four years and believes that the market opportunities for these materials has never been better.  The firm sees revenues from these interesting materials increasing rapidly in key sectors of the economy including construction, automotive, medical, consumer electronic goods and the military.  These are all market sectors where the “smartness” and functionality of materials – rather than price – shape purchasing decisions. 
 
This report assesses the latest technical developments in the smart coatings space.  As in previous NanoMarkets reports, this report analyzes both the relatively mature sectors of the smart coatings market (e.g., self-cleaning coatings), but in the latest 2015 report the firm has also added coverage of newer areas such as smart multi-layer coatings and smart coatings for air purification.  The report also includes NanoMarkets’ latest take on manufacturing; coating technology as it applies to smart coatings specifically.
 
The report also includes highly granular eight-year forecasts for all of the main market sectors where smart coatings are being – or will soon be – used. These forecasts are in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms and for each end user sector we include separate forecasts for all the main classes of smart coatings.  The report also contains a comprehensive analysis of product/market strategies and supply chain issues in the smart coating space.
 
Initial list of companies expected for assessment include: 3M, Aculon, AkzoNobel, Alcoa, Axalta, Bayer MaterialScience, Cardinal Glass, Castolin Eutectic, CHT Group, Corning, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DuPont, Gentex, Hempel, Jotun, Landec Intelligent Materials, Lonza Industrial Solutions, Lubrizol, Microtek Laboratories,Pilkington, PPG, Praxair Surface Technologies, Reactive Surfaces, Saint Gobain, Sherwin Williams, SRI International, Tristar Coatings
 
NanoMarkets believes that this report will provide guidance to coatings and other specialty chemical firms, as well as firms making production equipment, and others planning to make investments in all kinds in smart materials.
 
About NanoMarkets:
 
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging markets in energy, electronics and other area created by developments in advanced materials. The firm is a recognized leader in industry analysis and forecasts in a number of sectors around "smart" technology, sensors and next generation electronics. Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets' reports and other services.
 
Contact:
 
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets
(804) 938-0030

posted Nov 20, 2014

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