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n-tech has been covering smart windows markets for almost a decade and has watched the industry struggle through years of trying to make a case for smart windows based entirely on energy savings. While energy savings will remain a powerful driver for smart windows the report identifies several other technological and market drivers that are combining to make 2018 a transformatory year for the business.
This report quantifies the market for smart window” based on electrochromic (EC), SPD, PDLC and passive technologies in both volume (square meters) and value ($ millions) terms. It also discusses how smart windows are being aggressively melded into the Internet-of-things (IoT) business ecosystem and how the markets for smart windows are moving beyond the luxury buildings that characterized smart windows up until now. Both smart windows for buildings and transportation (automotive, aerospace and marine) are covered.
The report provides ten-year revenue forecasts broken out by material/technology type and application. In addition, the report discusses the business models being employed by leading firms in the smart windows space including their use of automation. Companies discussed in this report include: Argil, Chameleon, Guardian, Polytronix, Research Frontiers, SageGlass/Saint-Gobain, View, Smart Film Glass, RavenWindow, Pleotint, ChromoGenics, EControl-Glas, e-Chromic, Gentex, Boeing, Daimler-Benz, PPG, Asahi Glass and Vision Systems Aeronautics.