In-vehicle Touchscreen/Component Market 2016

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In-vehicle Touchscreen and Components

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I   Current Status and Future Outlook of In-vehicle Touchscreen/Component Market

  • Unique designs with curved surface/different shapes, larger in size, less resistive, new input interface.
  • Should acquire customer demands of two to three years ahead.
  • Accelerated new entry by overseas leading touchscreen manufacturers to in-vehicle market
  • Key for expanding introduction is to develop/suggest values and to embody them into new-generation vehicles

II   Technological Trends of In-vehicle Touchscreen/Components

  • The in-vehicle capacitive touchscreen market for 2016 is likely to attain 16.01 million screens, 148.0% of the size of the previous year.
  • Capacitive touchscreens are likely to exceed market size of resistive touchscreens by 2018
  • The largest market share of capacitive touchscreens in 2015 was occupied by Hosiden Corporation with 2,800 thousand screens.
  • The in-vehicle capacitive touchscreen market has been dominated by Japanese manufacturers by 90%.
  • The in-vehicle capacitive touchscreen market is likely to see new entry of LGI, ELK, and other Chinese manufacturers from 2017
  • In-cells and on-cells for in-vehicle touchscreens by display manufacturers are likely to be developed. 
  • In addition to improvement in credibility of products but also a structure that can produce small amount of more diversified items is needed.
  • With support of curved surface and high sensitivity together with lower resistance values and noise resistance, characteristics of non-ITO touchscreens have been attracting attention.
  • Base materials of film sensors have been changed and electrically conducting materials have been reviewed in order to lower resistance
  • Series of curve-surfaced touchscreens by film sensor manufacturers have been developed using molds
  • Attempts to develop 50μm ultra-thin curved-surfaced glass sensors have been in progress.
  • Acquiring of ISO/TS16949 is the requirement for global development.
  • Technological Trends of Components for In-vehicle Touchscreens
  1. ITO Glasses/ITO Films
  2. Cover Market (Cover Glasses/Plastic Covers)
  3. OCA/OCR Market
  4. Leader Line Material Market

III   Perspectives and Strategies of In-vehicle Touchscreen/Component Manufacturers

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