PinPoint Research Names Walter Good President

Proven Research and Marketing Analytics executive joins leading IVR CX Research Firm to Launch Voice Driven Research Services.

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Emeryville, CA, USA (November 20, 2015) — PinPoint Research, pioneer and innovators in IVR survey technology, today announced that Walter L. Good has been named President and member of the board of directors.

Walter brings more than 30 years of research and marketing experience to the PinPoint Research team. For the last 15 years, he has been working with B2B technology companies focusing on managing research and analytics technologies that service global brand customers. As President of PinPoint Research, Walter will be responsible for overseeing the corporate strategy including the launch of the company’s new speech-to-text platform for interactive voice response (IVR) surveys, which allows market researchers to capture the true voice of the consumer and converts survey data to a form that enables real-time analytics.

Before joining PinPoint Research, Walter was co-founder of MarketTools, a software-as-a-service company that developed and deployed survey technology for research and consumer experience agencies, market research firms, and global brands. Walter Good also led the development of Zoomerang, the first DIY SaaS survey platform. During his tenure with MarketTools, Walter was responsible for forging strategic investment alliances with Procter & Gamble and General Mills that resulted in innovations in their approach to web-based consumer research.

“Walter brings a wealth of B2B market research an analytic expertise to PinPoint Research,” said Dr. Jack Bieda, Chairman and founder of PinPoint Research. “His background in developing and selling research platforms customized to meet the changing needs of consumer survey companies has already proven invaluable in expanding our market reach. We are fortunate to be able to have his leadership and guidance as we bring our new speech-to-text platform to market.”

About PinPoint Research
PinPoint Research is the leader in voice driven research data collection and data processing servicing the customer experience (CX) enterprise market. Since 1986, PinPoint Research has been developing state-of-the-art research technology for use by market research firms, survey services, and global brands. A pioneer in interactive voice response (IVR) surveys for consumer research, PinPoint Research offers customers hosted services capable of handling millions of survey responses every week. The company is also an innovator in hosted speech-to-text technology that captures the voice of the consumer and immediately transcribes it for real-time analytics and integration into customer and CX solutions, call center, and retail applications.

PinPoint Research is headquartered in Emeryville, California, with regional offices in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Naples, Florida. For more information, visit http://www.pinpointresearch.com.

Contact:
Tom Woolf
Woolf Media & Marketing
415-259-5638
tomw@woolfmedia.com

Eurotransport Launches Their New Media Planner for 2016

The publication Eurotransport today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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Brasted, United Kingdom (November 19, 2015) — The publication Eurotransport today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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“Throughout 2015, we have seen a very successful year unfold, with visitor numbers soaring by more than 65% and website registrations increased by 63%. These figures show that our audience are becoming more relevant and larger in size to fit our clients’ needs” Jude Marcelle-Hoffbauer, Publication Manager, Eurotransport.

Responses from their 2015 industry survey confirmed that:
• 74% of their visitors have direct purchasing power
• 71% of their audience are involved directly in their company’s decision making
• 89% would recommend Eurotransport to a colleague

Now that advertising opportunities are nearly sold out for 2015 both digitally and in print, New Food is now selling advertising and sponsorship opportunities across its portfolio for 2016.

About Eurotransport
ABC audited, Eurotransport is distributed six times a year to over 11,327 key decision makers across Europe. Typical job functions include Transport Ministers, local and regional government decision makers, Chief Executives, Managing Directors, Procurement Directors and other senior purchasing personnel. Passed down through the management chain, we estimate that the total readership of Eurotransport is 35,000 for each issue. This represents a highly targeted advertising opportunity for companies such as yourself, who wish to influence the key decision makers in what is a vitally important industry.

http://www.eurotransportmagazine.com

For further information, please contact:
Jude Marcelle-Hoffbauer, Publication Manager
Eurotransport
T: +44 (0)1223 345600
E: jmarcelle-hoffbauer@russellpublishing.com
W: http://www.eurotransportmagazine.com

FX-MM Launches Their New Media Planner for 2016

The publication FX-MM today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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Brasted, United Kingdom (November 18, 2015) — The publication FX-MM today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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“Throughout 2015, we have seen a very successful year unfold, with website registrations increased by 61%. These figures show that our audience are becoming more relevant and larger in size to fit our clients’ needs” Graeme Cathie, Publisher, FX-MM.

Responses from their 2015 industry survey confirmed that:
• 89% of their visitors have direct purchasing power
• 76% of their audience are involved directly in their company’s decision making
• 96% would recommend FX-MM to a colleague

Now that advertising opportunities are nearly sold out for 2015 both digitally and in print, FX-MM is now selling advertising space and sponsorship opportunities across its portfolio for 2016.

About FX-MM
For nearly 20 years FX-MM has examined the issues that bankers, corporate treasurers, fund managers, traders, brokers and technology vendors face in the international financial markets. FX-MM focusses on treasury, trading and technology and is the only monthly magazine which serves all of these sectors effectively.

http://www.fx-mm.com

For further information, please contact:
Graeme Cathie, Publisher
FX-MM
T: +44 (0)1959 563311
E: gcathie@russellpublishing.com
W: http://www.fx-mm.com

International Airport Review Launches Their New Media Planner for 2016

The publication International Airport Review today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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Brasted, United Kingdom (November 18, 2015) — The publication International Airport Review today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

International Airport Review

“Throughout 2015, we have seen a very successful year unfold, with visitor numbers soaring by more than 74% and website registrations increased by 79%. These figures show that our audience is becoming more relevant and larger in size to fit our clients’ needs” Andrew Holland, Publication Manager, International Airport Review.

Responses from their 2015 industry survey confirmed that:
• 90% of their visitors have direct purchasing power
• 82% of their audience are involved directly in their company’s decision making
• 97% would recommend International Airport Review to a colleague

Now that advertising opportunities are nearly sold out for 2015 both digitally and in print, International Airport Review is now selling advertising and sponsorship opportunities across its portfolio for 2016.

About International Airport Review
International Airport Review is the leading bi-monthly technical journal for the airport industry, and is essential reading for anyone involved in the airport industry. International Airport Review keeps you informed of the latest developments and projects within the aviation sector, featuring articles on key topics, including: – passenger flow technology, winter operations, legislation, baggage handling, ground handling, security, ATC/ATM, ARFF, IT and cargo. At International Airport Review we pride ourselves on our editorial integrity. We attract the leading industry experts to write on subjects that readers need to know about. The strength of International Airport Review is reflected by our circulation figures, with an estimated 30,000 readers across the globe.

http://www.internationalairportreview.com

For further information, please contact:
Andrew Holland, Publication Manager
International Airport Review
T: +44 (0)1959 563311
E: aholland@russellpublishing.com
W: http://www.internationalairportreview.com

European Railway Review Launches Their New Media Planner for 2016

The publication European Railway Review today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

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Brasted, United Kingdom (November 17, 2015) — The publication European Railway Review today announces the official launch of their new media planner for 2016.

European Railway Review

“Throughout 2015, we have seen a very successful year unfold, with visitor numbers soaring by more than 64% and website registrations up by more than 44%. These figures show that our audience are becoming more relevant and larger in size to fit our clients’ needs” Ben Holliday, Publisher, European Railway Review.

Responses from their 2015 industry survey confirmed that:
• More than 91% of their audience would recommend European Railway Review to a colleague
• More than 76% of their visitors have influential purchasing power
• They have an online satisfaction rating of over 93%
• More than 91% of their audience would recommend European Railway Review to a colleague

Now that advertising opportunities are nearly sold out for 2015 both digitally and in print, European Railway Review is now selling advertising and sponsorship opportunities across its portfolio for 2016.

About European Railway Review
European Railway Review is the leading bi-monthly technical journal for the European rail industry. At European Railway Review, we pride ourselves on our editorial integrity. This means that the articles featured are unbiased, non-marketing led and written by senior heads from end user companies on subjects that our readers need to know about. Regular topics that are featured within the magazine include: infrastructure, rolling stock, high-speed developments, freight operations, track maintenance and permanent way machinery, signalling, safety and security, bogie technology, control centres, station construction and refurbishment, PPPs and finance matters.

http://www.europeanrailwayreview.com

For further information, please contact:
Ben Holliday, Publication Manager
European Railway Review
T: +44 (0)1959 563311
E: bholliday@russellpublishing.com
W: http://www.europeanrailwayreview.com

“Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy” Report Released by Wellness Tourism Worldwide

Wellness Tourism Worldwide (WTW), a leading wellness tourism research, education and consulting business, is pleased to announce the release of “Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy.”

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Los Angeles, CA, USA (August 28, 2014) — Wellness Tourism Worldwide (WTW), a leading wellness tourism research, education and consulting business, is pleased to announce the release of “Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy.”

Quoted below in italics is an excerpt from “Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy” outlining who should be involved and why*:

• Medical professionals & wellness practitioners who understand the value of vacations in promoting mental health, physical activity and social engagement
• Parks and recreation professionals and outdoor outfitters who value nature’s solution to a sedentary and urbanized lifestyle
• Museums, cultural attractions and organizations that understand art’s important role to engagement, innovation, creativity and emotional, intellectual, physical and social well-being
• Farms, ranches and food related organizations and companies who seek to preserve local food culture and improve health & sustainability
• Travel businesses, organizations, associations and professionals that understand vacations are a need, not a luxury and that travel is a top contributor to the economy
• Meeting planners and human resource professionals who recognize the growing emphasis on a sustainable work-force and the need to maintain the health of meeting and conference participants
• Organizations that promote family values and understand the need for quality time, personal enrichment and memory making through travel
• Progressive business executives, managers & entrepreneurs who value vacations’ positive impact on productivity and work/life balance
• Labor unions & other organizations representing workers and advocate for employee rights, benefits and compensation
• Insurance companies seeking to reduce claims through wellness promotion and by encouraging physical, social and emotional well-being through an active and engaged way of life
• Teachers, schools, universities, colleges and institutions that promote life-long learning, social studies, creative arts, language skills and educational enrichment
• Social justice organizations that support fair trade and responsible community development
• Environmental organizations that understand that people’s health is tied to the environment in which they live and recreate
• All people who care about work/life balance, quality of life and well-being

Defining wellness has been a challenge to advocates, academics and businesses but even more formidable has been facilitating higher levels of individual, social and national well-being.

Wellness Travel in America: Shaping Health, Businesses & Economy provides unprecedented data on wellness travel in the United States, examining a broad spectrum of stakeholders and confluences between sectors affecting both population and economic health. A culmination of U.S. consumer survey data and extensive research across multiple industries, the report can be used to understand how wellness travel can play a significant role in disease prevention, workplace wellness, vacation policy development, tourism development and destination marketing.

Over 60 tables and figures are contained in this comprehensive 90-page document. The report includes an extensive review of wellness trends, workplace policies, and proprietary data collection and analysis of US consumers interested in healthy travel resulting in a data-driven profile marketers can use to promote their brand.

Epidemic levels of stress, obesity, sleep problems and lack of balance between home and work are drivers to the surging interest in wellness, affecting the way businesses operate. While wellness has garnered attention over the last several years, there has been very little discussion regarding what wellness travel means to U.S. consumers, businesses and the travel industry.

Concepts such as wellness vacations, healthy hotels, and business related wellness perks are on the rise as organizations seek to contain healthcare costs and drive volume and profits.

This report can be used to:

• Better integrate wellness concepts in leisure travel and business
• Gain understanding of wellness travel consumers, their interests, perceptions and needs as well as motivations, decisions and preferences in order to
• Better conceptualize wellness tourism as away to mitigate health, social and environmental problems related to an urbanized, industrialized world
• Improve, innovate and create travel products and services to positively impact health, happiness, productivity and ultimately strengthen America’s economy
• Promote healthy lifestyle vacation travel as an engine for economic growth, personal enrichment and better work/life balance

Wellness Tourism Worldwide Founder & CEO, Camille Hoheb, remarked, “Wellness tourism cuts across multiple sectors to stimulate entrepreneurship, innovation and a more comprehensive approach to population health and financial stability.” Adding, “Wellness Tourism Worldwide is constantly seeking ways to help others achieve their professional success and personal wellness goals and we believe this Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy, provides ample recommendations to do just that.”

Those wishing to get involved in wellness travel are invited to contact Wellness Tourism Worldwide through the contact page http://www.wellnesstourismworldwide.com/contact.html.

The report will be available for purchase online September 2, 2014 at http://www.wellnesstourismworldwide.com.

* The excerpt from “Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy” in this press release is the property of Wellness Tourism Worldwide and any reference, citation or quotation is to be credited as “Wellness Travel: Shaping America’s Health & Economy prepared by Wellness Tourism Worldwide.”

About Wellness Tourism Worldwide: Wellness Tourism Worldwide (WTW) is a leader in education, development and promotion of wellness travel. WTW works with companies, destinations and travel entrepreneurs to deliver meaningful experiences and boost revenue by improving the well-being of guests and clients. (http://www.wellnesstourismworldwide.com)

Media Contact: Camille Hoheb | camille@wellnesstourismworldwide.com | 310-720-1755

New NanoMarkets Report Projects Smart Lighting Chips Markets to Reach Over $1.0 Billion by 2019

Based on the broad acceptance of the Internet-of-Things (IoT), of which smart lighting is a part, NanoMarkets has considerably upgraded its long-term forecasts for smart lighting compared with a previous report we issued in 2013.

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Glen Allen, Virginia (June 24, 2014) — The market for LED drivers, MCUs, sensors and other chips used in smart lighting will grow from around $67 million in 2014 to $1.05 billion in 2019. This is according to a new report from industry analyst firm NanoMarkets titled, “The Markets for Smart Lighting Drivers, Controllers and Sensor Chips – 2014.” Based on the broad acceptance of the Internet-of-Things (IoT), of which smart lighting is a part, NanoMarkets has considerably upgraded its long-term forecasts for smart lighting compared with a previous report we issued in 2013.

For more details about the report: http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/the-markets-for-smart-lighting-drivers-controllers-and-sensor-chips-2014.

The firm recently issued two separate reports on smart lighting markets in a two volume series. See http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/smart-lighting-markets-2014-v1-v2 for details.

About the report:

The report, “The Markets for Smart Lighting Drivers, Controllers and Sensor Chips – 2014,” provides insight into the market opportunities available to the semiconductor industry as the result of the current boom in smart lighting, which itself is part of the transition to an IoT. Smart lighting provides users high levels of energy efficiency, color tuning (mood enhancement) capabilities and/or visible light communications.

The report contains detailed eight-year market projections of seven major smart lighting chip types in both revenue and volume terms. Additional breakouts are provided by (1) the part of the lighting system in which the chips are used and (2) the technology generation of the system itself and (3) the type of building, vehicle or location in which the smart lighting systems will be used.

Firms mentioned in the report include: Acuity Brands, ARM, Atmel, Broadcom, California Eastern Labs, Casio, Cavet, Cypress Semiconductor, Daintree Networks, Digi, Dresden elektronik, Eastfield, Easylite, Echoflex, Energy Automation Systems, EnOcean, Fifth Light, FlexiPanel, Freescale, Leviton, IBSEN, Infineon, Intel, Leedarson, Libellium, Lumenergi, Lumetric, Lutron, Luxim, Marvell, Masco, Microchip Technology, MK Electric, MMB Research, Nivis, NXP, OLEDCOMM, Omnio, Osram, Panasonic, Philips, Radiocrafts, Radios Inc., Renesas, RF Monolithics, Schneider Electric, Sena, Sharp, Siemens, Silicon Labs, STMicroelectronics, Supreme Architecture, Sylvania, Telegesis, Texas Instruments, Universal Lighting, and Zonoff.

From the report:

The LED lighting market is expected to expand rapidly and much of the next-generation of LED lighting being deployed will be “smart.” We are seeing a growing interest in smart lighting by the chipmakers as part of their refocusing on Internet-of-Things opportunities. New types of intelligent LED drivers with embedded sensors and MCUs are expected to emerge as a result. Sales of LED drivers for smart lighting systems are expected to reach $525 million by 2019.

Despite such growth, LED driver chips for energy efficient lighting will commoditize quickly. It will become increasingly hard to make the case for smart lighting on just efficiency grounds anymore. As a result, NanoMarkets believes that chipmakers will then turn their attention to color-tunable lighting for improved mood, health and job performance. Here there is still considerable opportunity to designing innovative chips enabling cool-to-warm adjustment and the ability to cycle through a range of colors. Chips consumed by color tuning smart lighting systems will reach almost $260 million by 2019. Future light tuning chips for lighting systems will also be built around a new generation of LED microarrays.

Standards development for smart lighting-related wireless networking has accelerated in the past year. Important new developments in this area include the evolution of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to control lighting using QR codes and the emergence of a Google protocol for smart lighting networking that incorporates Ipv6. Meanwhile, ZigBee light bulbs getting cheaper thanks to recent “smart lamp” introductions from GE and possibly others. By 2019, the revenues generated by smart lighting sensors are expected to exceed $220 million.

About NanoMarkets:

NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in solid-state lighting, energy, electronics and other markets created by developments in advanced materials. The firm is a recognized leader in industry analysis and forecasts of this kind and has been covering the smart lighting space for more than four years.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

Media Contact:
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets, LC
PO BOX 3840
Glen Allen, VA 23058
(804) 938-0030
rob@nanomarkets.net
http://www.nanomarkets.net

New CIR Report States that Sales of Active Optical Cables for the Data Center To Reach $1.5 billion

According to a new report from Communications Industry Researchers, sales of active optical cables (AOCs) for the data center will produce $1.5 billion in revenues by 2019.

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Charlottesville, VA, USA (June 27, 2014) — According to a new report from Communications Industry Researchers, sales of active optical cables (AOCs) for the data center will produce $1.5 billion in revenues by 2019. The report “Active Optical Cable Markets – Data Center Applications,” is part of a two-volume set. CIR has also recently published an analysis and forecast of the market for AOCs for applications in personal computing, consumer electronics and digital signage.

More details about this report can be found at: http://www.cir-inc.com/reports/active-optical-cable-markets-and-opportunities-2014-to-2024-volume-i-data-c.

About the report:

This report identifies and quantifies opportunities for selling AOCs for the data center. AOCs in this sector carry Ethernet, InfiniBand (IB), Fibre Channel and SAS. Specifically, the report provides coverage on AOCs supporting the CX4, SFP/SFP+, QSFP, CXP, CFP, CDFP, and SAS/Min-SAS MSAs. In addition, the report provides detailed nine-year forecasts of data center AOC markets, with breakouts by end-user application, interface standard, cable lengths, type of cable and wavelength. Forecasts are provided in units shipped and revenue terms.

This new CIR study also assesses the product/market strategies of the leading AOC suppliers including: 3M, 10GTEK, A3CUBE, Amphenol, Avago, Brocade, Centera Photonics, ConnPro, Eoptolink, FCI, Fiberon, Finisar, Fujikura, Gigalight, Fujitsu, Hitachi Cable, IBM, InnoLight, JDSU, Juniper Networks, Luxtera, Mellanox, Molex, Multilane, Samtec, Siemon, Sopto, Sumitomo, TE Connectivity, Volex.

From the report:

Data centers are getting bigger and are requiring much higher data-rate pipes and interconnects than ever before. Mobile broadband and video applications are flooding data centers with content and this creates a growing incentive to shift to fiber in at least part of the data center. It is becoming increasingly difficult for data center managers to avoid fiber optics and at the same time AOCs offer an excellent entry point for fiber optics to all but the most structured-cabling savvy network managers.

Chinese AOC suppliers are showing that they can compete with the best U.S., European and Japanese AOC suppliers. They are now able to supply 40 Gbps cables with ease and a few are offering 100-Gbps AOCs. A few years back CIR would have seen the whole optical engine concept as beyond the capabilities of Chinese suppliers. But today Gigalight is using optical engines as the basis for its optical data center products, and other Chinese firms are expected to follow suit.

The Chinese AOC challenge will require a strategic response from established AOC firms. This could take the form of better branding, improved supply chains or upgraded products. For example, the TE Connectivity line was upgraded in 2011 with 40-Gbps products that offered reduced power consumption and lighter-weight cables and other leading AOC firms will follow suit.

We also expect to see more activity in AOCs that use the highest-performance modules. Such AOCs are not easy to make and this presents barriers to entry into the data center markets for smaller, less able AOC firms; providing market protection for the largest suppliers. The markets for such high-end AOCs are also not inconsiderable. CFP and CDFP together are expected to generate $190 million in revenues by 2019. Indeed, we think that the proverbial “next big thing” in the AOC space will be CDFP AOCs and expect to see such products prominently displayed at the OFC, ECOC and SC trade shows in 2015. For now, the three companies to watch in this space are Finisar, Molex and TE Connectivity, all of which have already introduced CDFP AOCs.

Nonetheless, throughout the period considered in this report, the “workhorse” QSFP and CXP AOCs will be the biggest revenue earners, with combined sales of $1.3 billion in 2019. These MSAs support both the Ethernet and IB protocols that are core to any data center and at data rates that are likely to be the ones most used in data centers over the next decade. The earliest QSFP AOCs catered to the 10-Gbps market, but the QSFP AOC business is now centered around the 40-Gbps opportunity. CXP can support 100 GigE or three 40-GigE channels. At this point almost every firm offering a range of AOCs includes CXP options.

About CIR:

Communications Industry Researchers has been publishing hype-free industry analysis for the optical networking industry for almost 25 years. We have provided market coverage of Active Optical Cables (AOCs) for six years. Our annual reports on this topic are widely regarded as the most authoritative market forecast and technology assessment in the AOC space.

Visit http://www.cir-inc.com for a full listing of CIR’s reports and other services.

Media Contact:
Robert Nolan
Ilumatech
5330 Twin Hickory Rd
Glen Allen, Virginia 23059
(804) 938-0030
rob@ilumatech.com
http://www.ilumatech.com

NanoMarkets Announces Availability of Slides from Report, “OLED Lighting Markets-2014”

Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has released slides from the recently released report, “OLED Lighting Markets-2014” that was issued in May of 2014.

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Glen Allen, Virginia (June 12, 2014) — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has released slides from the recently released report, “OLED Lighting Markets-2014” that was issued in May of 2014. The report analyzes and forecasts the potential for OLED markets and continues the firm’s coverage that dates back to 2006. Details of the report, including a table of contents are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-lighting-markets-2014.

The slides can be accessed via: http://www.nanomarkets.net/Downloads/chapters/OLEDLighting2014CH1.pdf.

Slides from the firm’s report on OLED materials markets is available at: http://www.nanomarkets.net/Downloads/chapters/ch1oledmaterials14.pdf.

About the Report:

OLED Lighting Markets 2014 (Nano-721)

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the OLED lighting market, assesses its future potential and offers detailed eight-year forecasts for the OLED lighting business including volume (units and square meters shipped) and value projections of the following market segments: designer kits and related products, office and commercial lighting, residential lighting, non-automotive outdoor lighting, automotive lighting and customized installations.

The report also includes projections of manufacturing capacity for OLED lighting panels and an assessment of which geographic regions will prove the best customers for OLED lighting.

In addition, we examine the product development and marketing strategies of the leading and influential players in the OLED lighting sector, including both large and small lighting firms and the key OLED material suppliers. Among the firms discussed in this report are Acuity Brands, Audi, BASF, Blackbody, BJB, Cheil/Novaled, Dupont Teijin, ETAP Lighting, First-O-Light, Ford, Henkel, Kaneka, Konica Minolta, Ledon, LG Chem, Lumiotec, MC Pioneer, Merck, NEC Lighting, OLEDWorks, Orbotech, Osram, Philips, Pixelligent, Samsung, Sumitomo, UDC and WAC Lighting.

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 OLED lighting and materials spaces which it has been covering since 2006.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

Media Contact:
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets, LC
PO BOX 3840
Glen Allen, VA 23058
(804) 938-0030
rob@nanomarkets.net
http://www.nanomarkets.net

NanoMarkets Announces Availability of Slides from New Report, “OLED Materials Markets – 2014”

Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has published slides from its soon-to-be released report covering the OLED lighting materials market. The report, “OLED Materials Markets – 2014” will be released on Monday, June 16, 2014.

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Glen Allen, Virginia (June 12, 2014) — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has published slides from its soon-to-be released report covering the OLED lighting materials market. The report, “OLED Materials Markets – 2014” will be released on Monday, June 16, 2014. The report is the next in an on-going series from the firm that analyzes and forecasts the potential for OLED markets that dates back to 2006. Details of the report, including a table of contents are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-materials-markets-2014.

The slides may be accessed via: http://www.nanomarkets.net/Downloads/chapters/ch1oledmaterials14.pdf.

Slides from the firm’s report on OLED lighting are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/Downloads/chapters/OLEDLighting2014CH1.pdf.

About the Report:

OLED Materials Markets – 2014 (Nano-723)

In this year’s annual report from NanoMarkets, in addition to NanoMarkets’ usual granular, material-by-material projections of OLED materials, we focus on analysis of how OLED materials supply chains are shaping up and what the long-term factors for marketing success for OLED materials suppliers will be. And, of course, we also discuss the latest technical developments in OLED materials and architectures.

This report contains detailed volume and revenue forecasts for materials used for OLEDs broken out by application, material type, functionality, and deposition method wherever possible. NanoMarkets has been providing industry analysis of the OLED materials market for seven years, and it is the leading supplier of analysis in the OLED lighting space.

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 OLED lighting and materials spaces which it has been covering since 2006.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

Media Contact:
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets, LC
PO BOX 3840
Glen Allen, VA 23058
(804) 938-0030
rob@nanomarkets.net
http://www.nanomarkets.net

NanoMarkets Announces Preview of Upcoming Report, “Radiation Detection Markets 2014-2021”

Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has released a preview chapter from the soon-to-be released report, “Radiation Detection Markets 2014-2021” that will be issued in June 23rd of this month.

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Glen Allen, Virginia (June 11, 2014) — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced that it has released a preview chapter from the soon-to-be released report, “Radiation Detection Markets 2014-2021” that will be issued in June 23rd of this month. The report analyzes and forecasts the potential for radiation detection equipment and continues the firm’s coverage that dates back to 2011. Details of the report, including a table of contents are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/radiation-detection-markets-2014-2021.

The chapter can be accessed via: http://www.nanomarkets.net/Downloads/chapters/Nano-725Ch1.pdf.

About the Report:

Radiation Detection Markets 2014-2021 (Nano-725)

This report follows on from NanoMarkets’ successful reports on radiation detection equipment and radiation detection materials in 2013. It identifies the new opportunities that continue to emerge from the sales of equipment designed to detect ionization radiation. In many ways the medical detection equipment market is quite mature. But its customers can often be found in areas that change with shifting socioeconomic conditions. For example, a major market for radiation detection is in the nuclear power industry; a sector that rises and falls according to the energy policies of the day. Another major purchaser of radiation detection gear is healthcare, a demand that is boosted by the aging population in developed countries.

The customer base for radiation detection equipment is very broad and includes the food, pharmaceutical and mining industries, as well as the medical and nuclear power sectors mentioned above. In addition, radiation detection is used in both the military and domestic security. The bottom line is that while radiation detection may be settled technology, it continues to deliver value and evolve with changing needs.

In this report, we explore the revenue potential for radiation detection over the next eight years in three diverse market sectors: industrial and laboratory, security and medical. The report also includes eight-year (volume and value) forecasts for key sensors used in radiation detection applications, such as medical gamma cameras, RIIDS, portal monitors, PET detectors, oil exploration and scientific sensors, etc. As in NanoMarkets previous reports in this space, all demand forecasts in this report are segmented by device type and world region. In addition, this report analyzes the products and marketing strategies of the leading suppliers of radiation detection equipment in the markets covered.

NanoMarkets believes that business development executives and product management professionals, as well as investors and entrepreneurs, involved with radiation detection equipment will benefit from the comprehensive analysis or the radiation detection equipment included in this report which:

– Identifies major sectors using radiation detection systems
– Lists out opportunities for devices in traditional and un-conventional applications
– Points out technological advancements in the field of radiations and identifies detectors beneficial for developing efficient systems and devices.
– Analyzes different types of detectors, their advantages and limitations for certain applications
– Details the dynamics of the radiation based industry
– Discusses products available in the market and continual endeavors of their manufacturers
– Analyzes the geographical pattern of usage of radiation detectors in coherence with certain applications and their respective domains
– Signifies new opportunities and challenges in this sector
– Discusses the role of prominent regulations and regulatory authorities in monitoring radiation levels and exposures
– Provides forecasts of detectors in various applicative domains for the next eight years

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 radiation detection and materials spaces which it has been covering since 2011.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

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NanoMarkets, LC
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New NanoMarkets Report Projects OLED Lighting Market to Hit Revenues of $1.4 billion in 2019

Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has just published its latest forecasts of the OLED lighting market predicting a $1.4 billion market opportunity in 2019.

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Glen Allen, Virginia (May 15, 2014) — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has just published its latest forecasts of the OLED lighting market predicting a $1.4 billion market opportunity in 2019. The report, “OLED Lighting Markets-2014” (Code Nano-721) notes that while the sector has foundered for the past few years it now appears to be worthy of some renewed optimism based on both on both improvements in OLED lighting panel performance and recent expansion of manufacturing facilities.

Details of the report, including a table of contents and downloadable slides are available at http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-lighting-markets-2014.

A companion report titled OLED Materials Markets 2014 will be issued in early June. See http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/oled-materials-markets-2014.

Highlights:

OLEDs aren’t just for luxury lighting any more. The efficacy and luminance of OLED lighting panels are reaching levels where OLED lighting firms can claim that their products are truly energy efficient and have the brightness that make them a practical form of lighting for offices and homes. For example, LG Chem says that next year it will have 135 lm/W panels with 5,000 cd/m2 luminance.

Until recently, most of the output of the OLED lighting business was development kits for designers. However, in the next few years, revenues from kits will be rapidly overtaken by revenues from OLED luminaires, with revenues from OLED luminaires for homes reaching almost $400 million in sales by 2019 and revenues from OLED office luminaires reaching almost $380 million in the same year.

OLED capacity continues to grow. In the past three years, Osram and Philips have invested $25 million and $57 million respectively in setting up OLED production lines. Meanwhile, Konica Minolta is currently constructing an OLED mass production facility at an approximate investment of around $100 million.

By next year, worldwide capacity for OLED lighting panels is expected to be around 30 million panels. This number is expected to grow to almost 40 million by 2019. NanoMarkets believes that in the next five years there will be a major influx of low-cost (and possibly government subsidized) Chinese suppliers that will force down OLED lighting prices in a manner similar to what the solar panel industry has experienced.

About the Report:

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the OLED lighting market, assesses its future potential and offers detailed eight-year forecasts for the OLED lighting business including volume (units and square meters shipped) and value projections of the following market segments: designer kits and related products, office and commercial lighting, residential lighting, non-automotive outdoor lighting, automotive lighting and customized installations.

The report also includes projections of manufacturing capacity for OLED lighting panels and an assessment of which geographic regions will prove the best customers for OLED lighting.

In addition, we examine the product development and marketing strategies of the leading and influential players in the OLED lighting sector, including both large and small lighting firms and the key OLED material suppliers. Among the firms discussed in this report are Acuity Brands, Audi, BASF, Blackbody, BJB, Cheil/Novaled, Dupont Teijin, ETAP Lighting, First-O-Light, Ford, Henkel, Kaneka, Konica Minolta, Ledon, LG Chem, Lumiotec, MC Pioneer, Merck, NEC Lighting, OLEDWorks, Orbotech, Osram, Philips, Pixelligent, Samsung, Sumitomo, UDC and WAC Lighting.

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 OLED lighting and materials spaces, which it has been covering since 2006.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

Media Contact:
Robert Nolan
NanoMarkets, LC
PO BOX 3840
Glen Allen, VA 23058
(804) 938-0030
rob@nanomarkets.net
http://www.nanomarkets.net