NanoMarkets will be co-hosting a webinar on smart windows in conjunction with the FlexTech Alliance on Wednesday, 26 June 2013. This webinar will distinguish between the new business revenue opportunities arising from smart windows from those that will remain niches or science projects.
Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has announced that it will be co-hosting a webinar on smart windows in conjunction with the FlexTech Alliance on Wednesday, 26 June 2013. During the webinar, NanoMarkets will be presenting findings from its new and recently-released report, “Worldwide Smart Windows Markets: 2013-2020”.
This webinar will distinguish between the new business revenue opportunities arising from smart windows from those that will remain niches or science projects. Many of the latest smart windows technologies, while interesting technologically, appear to have limited commercial potential due to high prices and/or low performance.
Those interested in registering for the free event can do so by visiting https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/519180638.
NanoMarkets will also discuss the key factors that are driving the markets for smart windows. The webinar will address regulations in several different countries that will promote the use of smart windows, but goes beyond this to analyze other factors such as comfort and improved lighting that would make the smart windows sector a good business to be in, even if current concerns about energy and environmentalism didn’t exist.
The webinar will also assess the leading smart windows technologies and predict how they will evolve over the next eight years. NanoMarkets will examine which technology segments will remain dominated by a few existing suppliers and which are open for new entrants, as well as examining where the latest R&D is taking us in the smart windows space.
NanoMarkets will discuss the market for smart windows in major national/regional real estate markets worldwide. The webinar will pay special attention to what the latest real estate trends in the US, Europe, China, India and Japan will mean for the smart windows market and the appropriate strategies for dealing with these national markets.
In this report NanoMarkets examines where the next opportunities in smart windows sector are coming from. As with the previous NanoMarkets reports in this space, it pinpoints where the money will be made – and lost – in the worldwide smart windows business. In this report we have focused especially on projecting the take up of smart windows in the construction, automotive and aerospace industries. The report also discusses which countries and geographical regions present the best potential for selling smart windows.
As part of the overall analysis, this report also examines the numerous cost and technical challenges that will have to be overcome in this market 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. Based on the road-mapping process we discuss how the growth of the smart windows will create market opportunities not just for traditional building and automotive window suppliers but also for the glass and coatings industries more broadly.
As with all NanoMarkets reports, this report contains an eight-year forecast of shipments and revenues in this market and an appraisal of the latest strategies of major players in this market.
Persons interested in learning more about the NanoMarkets smart windows report can do so at: http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/worldwide_smart_windows_markets_2013_2020.