The global flexible display market has been prophesied by Transparency Market Research (TMR) to witness mergers and acquisitions considered carefully by players to secure a dominating position in the near future. According to a TMR report, leading players such as Koninklijke Philips N.V., Atmel Corporation, Universal Display Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., and Panasonic Corporation could look to cement a strong status in the market. With a view to expand their shares further, players have been anticipated to take to product line expansions and new product launches.
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TMR has envisaged the global flexible display market to earn a valuation of US$47.8 bn by the completion of 2025 at a CAGR of 33.5% during the forecast tenure 2017-2025. In 2016, the market had been worth a US$4.5 bn only. As per a classification by form factor, the market could testify the dominance of the curved display segment expected to account for a colossal share in the coming years. With regard to regional segmentation, North America could take the driver’s seat in the market while attaining a valuation of US$18.2 bn for its market by 2025.
The world flexible display market has been introducing technologically attractive and cutting-edge products expected to draw an enormous customer base in the foreseeable future. This could be a result of persistent research and development activities performed in the industry. Flexible displays could steal a march on rigid and heavy conventional displays because of their technologically superior attributes. The surging sales of computer and television peripherals, smartphones, wearable devices, and other consumer electronics could significantly augment the demand for flexible display.
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Curved displays have been studied to be a great fit to the viewing habit of the human eye, thus providing a wider viewing angle and an immersive viewing experience. The adoption of optimal visual design by the concave screen of flexible display allows vivid and undistorted images to come through the free viewing angle.
The utilization of flexible display in military operations could provide a strong impetus to the international market. Arizona State University’s (ASU) Army’s Flexible Display Centre (FDC) has been developing flexible display technologies to assist in the improvement of operational field capabilities of soldiers with the use of more rugged systems and large lightweight displays for vehicle and portable applications.