Yole forecasts growth in illumination and automotive sectors

The markets for LEDs in general illumination and automotive forward lighting are set to grow strongly in the next few years, according to reports from Yole Développement.

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LEDs Magazine is pleased to be able to offer its readers a 10% discount on two market research reports from Yole Développement, covering the automotive and general illumination markets.

"LED2Light"
HB-LEDS for General Illumination and Automotive Lighting

In 2007, the number of 2-inch equivalent GaN wafers to process could reach 3,3 millions!

Yole Développement has edited a new report describing the market and technology trends for HB-LEDs in general illumination and automotive lighting.

In 2007, GaN-based LEDs will reach a higher luminous efficiency than fluorescents. The ramping-up of solid-state lighting business will really start at that time. Companies like Lumileds, Osram, Nichia or Cree are now marketing high brightness white LEDs with more than 40 lumen/watt efficiency and ASPs of less than $5/part.

General illumination
Yole Développement forecasts that the annual demand for LEDs for general illumination should reach about 3.6 billions units in 2010 and between 4 to 7 billions units after 2020. 2007 is the turning point where general illumination business will start. Depending of the lm/lamp and $/lm couples, illumination market could reach about $3billion by 2010.

The report contains 130 slides of PowerPoint presentation plus 50 pages of the main manufacturers profiles.

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LED and HB-LED for automotive applications

Automotive lighting

HB-LEDs for front lighting will gain increasing market share over “conventional” LEDs for the car’s interior. Yole Développement has edited a new report describing the market and technology trends for HB LEDs in automotive applications and lighting. For each of the different applications where solid state lighting could be used in a car, the report describes:
• The current HBLED and LED products and developments for automotive
• Technical requirements and cost
• Technological and market trends
• Market forecast for 2005-2010
• SWOT analysis
• Bottlenecks, roadmaps and challenges

Availability

Both reports are available at a special price of EURO 3,500 / US$ 4,200 only for LEDs Magazine readers.

To order the LED4Auto report, follow this link, click on the Order button and look for the "LEDs Magazine readers" link.

To order the LED2Light report, follow this link, click on the Order button and look for the "LEDs Magazine readers" link.

For more information, please contact David Jourdan by email or jourdan@yole.fr or telephone +33 (0)472 83 01 90, or visit the Yole website.

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