NanoMarkets Announces Smart Coatings ReportFebruary 9, 2011
The research examines the potential of smart coatings in the energy, medical device, automotive, building products, and military application markets.
GLEN ALLEN, VA /Marketwire/ -- Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets has added a new report to its portfolio titled "Smart Coatings Markets - 2011." The report is scheduled for release the week of February 14, 2011, and addresses the growing market potential that smart coatings promise to deliver to coatings and materials suppliers, as well as companies in the energy, medical device, automotive, building products, and military application markets.
Additional details about the report are available on the company's Web site. The report is available on the NanoMarkets' Web site at prepublication rates through February 11, 2011.
About the Report
Smart coatings are able to provide an appropriate and predictable response to outside environment condition changes, which offers a huge commercial potential to provide additional longevity, safety, and efficiency. And from the perspective of the coatings supplier, smart coatings offer a new way to add value to products, create protectable IP, and attract capital. Although many of the most interesting smart coatings are only just beginning to emerge from industrial laboratories, NanoMarkets believes that these coatings have a huge future revenue potential. Smart coatings have market opportunities in smart windows, photovoltaics, drug delivery systems, anti-microbials, anti-corrosives, and advanced sensors.
This report identifies where the sweet spots are for commercializing and marketing smart coatings, who the major players are and will be, and how smart coatings products will be enhanced in value by the latest developments in nanomaterials and bioengineering. It also discusses the interrelationship between smart coatings and the related areas of smart surfaces and multifunctional coatings. The report also includes an eight-year quantitative forecast by application and material type.
This report will provide invaluable guidance to marketing and business development executives working in the smart coatings area and to those in the materials space, planning to get into this business.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in energy and electronics markets created by developments in advanced materials. The firm has published numerous reports related to PV, printed electronics, and conductive coatings.
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