North American Printed Electronics Market Size, Share, Future

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The North American printed electronics market is projected to grow at a significant of 13.6% during the forecast period (2020-2026). With the amalgamation of smart devices with IoT, significant growth in the region has been observed for the demand of IoT based electronic devices. As a result, the demand for […]

The North American printed electronics market is projected to grow at a significant of 13.6% during the forecast period (2020-2026). With the amalgamation of smart devices with IoT, significant growth in the region has been observed for the demand of IoT based electronic devices. As a result, the demand for printed components made particularly for these devices has increased. These batteries are developed to the minimum size with the help of flexible electronics. Thus, transforming the industry of batteries required for such devices is estimated to generate promising opportunities in the forecast period. As the growth rate of the IoT based devices is projected to increase, market opportunities for market players are estimated to grow substantially in North America.

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Moreover, the advanced electronic products such as foldable smartphones, wearable gadgets among others are responsible for shifting the attraction of the consumers towards printed electronics. Already established consumer electronic industry is estimated to adopt the printed electronics technology. The rapidly growing industry for wearable devices is the leading industry for the application of components designed on printed electronics. Healthcare industry players are also shifting towards wearable devices for health monitoring that further encourage the demand for printed electronics components in the region. This has led to the development of devices such as Fitbit which is continued to dominate the market among various health monitoring gadgets in the region.

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Key questions addressed by the report

• What is the market growth rate during the forecast period?
• Which segment/region dominates the market in the base year?
• Which segment/region will project the fastest growth in the market during the forecast period?
• How COVID-19 will impact the market growth in 2020 and coming years?
• Who is the leader in the market?
• How players are addressing challenges to sustain growth?
• Where is the investment opportunity?

North American Printed Electronics Market – Segmentation

By Material

• Inks
• Substrate

By Technology

• Screen Printing
• Inkjet Printing
• Flexographic Printing
• Others(Gravure Printing)

By Application

• RFID Tags
• Displays
• Photovoltaic Cells
• Lighting
• Others(Sensors)

North American Printed Electronics Market – Segmentation by Region

• United States
• Canada

Company Profiles

• BrightVolt
• DuPont de Nemours, Inc.
• E Ink Holdings Inc.
• Intrinsiq Materials, Inc.
• Kayaku Advanced Materials, Inc.
• LG Electronics Inc.
• Molex, LLC
• Novacentrix
• Optomec, Inc.
• Palo Alto Research Center Inc.
• Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
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