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  • 1. 11 th ICOIA Meeting – Hongkong Optoelectronics Trends 11 th- 12 th October – 2006 AB Goh, Eric Lee Photonics Association (Singapore)
    • Global OE Overview
    • Singapore Figures and Trends
    • PA(S) Activity Overview
  • 2. Optoelectronics Overview
    • Infocommunications
    • Displays
    • Instrumentation Optics
  • 3. Source : Internetworldstats.com Infocommunications
  • 4. Source : Internetworldstats.com Infocommunications
  • 5. Infocommunications Source : Telecompaper China will pass US in Broadband Lines by late 2006
  • 6. Infocommunications Source : Telecompaper Hong Kong Leads Asia-Pacific Countries in Broadband Penetration
  • 7. Infocommunications Source : Telecompaper
  • 8. Revenue includes non-optoelectronics related. Figures for optoelectronics not available Infocommunications Source : IDA (Infocomm Authority of Singapore) In 2005, the revenue of the infocomm industry grew by 8.9% to reach S$37.89 billion (Figure 1). External demand, up by 11.0%, provided much of the growth impetus.
  • 9. Revenue includes non-optoelectronics related. Figures for optoelectronics not available Infocommunications Source : IDA (Infocomm Authority of Singapore) Hardware market segment continues to dominate the infocomm industry
  • 10. Infocommunications Revenue includes non-optoelectronics related. Figures for optoelectronics not available Source : IDA (Infocomm Authority of Singapore) Revenue Growth by Market Segments
  • 11. Infocommunications
    • Home Networking Market
    • USD2.2bil to USD9bil from 2002 to 2006 (CAGR of 42%) (source – Instat/MDR)
    • Internet connectivity and automation cabling and infrastructures are in-built into new homes – such as for home entertainment / automation / security.
    • Digital home lifestyles means more internet-enabled devices, and convergence products.
    • Video “everything” and wireless everything is hot. Bandwidth and speed may be the bottleneck in many countries. YouTube, IPTV, Videostreaming, Online gaming, music…. More and more internet contents are video, gaming and music related. - 60% of internet traffic is used for peer-to-peer swap (source : cachelogic) - Legal constraints ?
  • 12. Displays The big are getting bigger…. 82” LCD – Samsung 102” Plasma - Samsung …and the small are getting prettier. Siemens Flexible Display Electronic-Ink/Book - power needed only to change contents. OLED Display 1280x768                                                          
  • 13. Displays Source : DisplaySearch Others : HTPS/LTPS TFTs, DLP, PDP, OLED, LCOS….                                                          
  • 14. Displays Source : DisplaySearch                                                          
  • 15. Displays Source : DisplaySearch                                                          
  • 16. Displays
    • Flat Panel Display is the largest photonics industry in the world, surpassing DRAM and Foundries.
    • All are made in Asia, with Taiwan and Korea the major producers (combined > 80%) . China is still a relatively small producer of FPD (less than 5%)
    • China is the next great potential of flat panel displays. Strong demand expected from personal computing, mobile and other portable devices.
    • Economies of scale essential to sustain growth – 7 th Generation fabs in 2006, 7.5 generation fabs in 2007. Components of FPD becomes more and more important.
    • Photonics metrology and processing (Optical inspection, laser engraving & interferometry measurement) benefit greatly from FDP industry growth.
                                                             
  • 17. Instrumentation Optics Consumer Industrial Security/Defense Biomedical/Life Sciences
    • imaging optics
    • optical sensors
    • lasers
  • 18. Instrumentation Optics Key Instrumentation Optics - Estimated Production Output from Singapore QiOptik Singapore – Defense, Industry Optics : S$70mil Edmund Optics Singapore – Scientific, Industry : S$35mil II-VI Singapore – NIR and IR Optics : S$30mil Leica Instruments Singapore – Biomedical & Life Sciences : S$140mil Leica Geosystems Tech Singapore – Optoelectronics Surveying : S$60mil Perkin Elmer Singapore – Lamps & Spectrometry : S$250mil Approx 17% growth over 2005. Growth in all areas of instrumentation optics but especially in Biomedical, Life Sciences & Homeland Security.
  • 19.
    • Main Product Categories
    • Night Vision Cameras and goggles
    • LCD production engraving laser systems
    • Opthalmology and Neurosurgery Microscopy
    • Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy
    • Gas & Liquid Mass spectroscopy
    • Infrared & laser optical components
    • High pressure discharge lamps
    • Optical Filters
    • Thernal Imagers
    • Singapore has very high R&D & manufacturing capability of high-value – high-complexity optical instrumentations.
    Instrumentation Optics
  • 20. 11 th ICOIA Meeting – Hongkong Optoelectronics Trends 11 th -12 th October – 2006 AB Goh, Eric Lee Photonics Association (Singapore)
    • Global OE Overview
    • Singapore Figures and Trends
    • PA(S) Activity Overview
  • 21. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Total Output S$216b (+12.8% over 2004) Value-added S$50b (+8.1% over 2004) Manufacturing Statistics : Principle figures & Trends
  • 22. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classified according to SSIC 2000 Total Investments S$8.5b (+3.1% 2004) Manufacturing Statistics : Principle figures & Trends
  • 23. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classified according to SSIC 2000 Total Investments S$8.5b (+3.1% 2004) Manufacturing Statistics : Principle figures & Trends
  • 24. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters
  • 25. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters Optoelectronics Output : $1006mil (est +17% over 2004) Clusters with significant optoelectronics contents
  • 26. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters Electronics 2005 : $78,968mil
  • 27. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters Chemicals 2005 : $67,330mil
  • 28. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters Biomedical 2005 : $18,749mil
  • 29. Source : EDB Singapore Industries classifed according to SSIC 2000 Manufacturing Statistics : Industry Clusters Precision Engr 2005 : $20,330mil
  • 30.
    • Estimate Output : $3,206mil Excluding infocomm optoelectronics : S$1,006mil. (2004 : $860mil)
    • Total number of companies with photonics manufacturing content is 68. 21% European, 25%, American, 28% Asia, 26% Singapore.
    • Instrumentation Optics and infocomms optics are the 2 strongest segments. Well known producers are - HP, PerkinElmer, Edmund Optics, Agilent, II-VI, 3M - US - Qioptics, Leica, Philips - Europe - Sony, NSG Micro, - Japan - MMI, Denselight, Venture, Hypertronics - Local
    • Partnership between the industry, research institutes and government bodies is focussed on high-value added manufacturing, systems integration and R&D.
    Photonics Industry in Singapore Presences of strong supporting industries network (precision engr, electronics, software, research institutes) within a radius of 20km allows implementation of very efficient manufacturing systems and synergies.
  • 31. 11 th ICOIA Meeting – Hongkong Optoelectronics Trends 11 th -12 th October – 2006 AB Goh, Eric Lee Photonics Association (Singapore)
    • Global OE Overview
    • Singapore Figures and Trends
    • PA(S) Activity Overview
  • 32.
    • To promote activities relating to photonics in education, training, manufacturing, research and development, thereby growing the photonics cluster in Singapore.
    • To actively seek synergies among sector participants for economic benefit of the photonics cluster.
    • To globalise Singapore’s photonics industry and in doing so, making her a centre of excellence in photonics.
    • To be a voice representing the photonics industry’s interests in governmental issues and international exchanges.
    • To be a professional and creative platform for members and business partners to meet and network.
    Towards a centre of excellence in photonics through the promotion of synergies and networks in Education , Research , Industry and Business . Photonics Association Singapore
  • 33. President : AB Goh (Leica Instruments) Vice President : Albert Lim (Aluputer Industrial) Secretary : Michael Leong (Leica Instruments) Treasurer : Eric Lee ( LOH Optical Machinery) R&D & Education Chair : Lai Weng Chuen (A*STAR) Industry Chair : Francis Ang (Edmund Optics) Publicity Chair : M.F Buk (Hypertronics) Committee Members : Gerard Robless (Schott S’pore) Henry Lazaroo (QiOptiks) PA(S) Committee 2006/2007
  • 34. Activity Report Leads the Optics & Biomedical subcommittee in SBBC (Singapore-British Business Council) - identify investment opportunities - joint technology development projects - joint business development Partnership with industry & Ministry of Education in launching - Comprehensive optical design course for engineers and designers - 1 year on-the-job training program to train skilled craftsmen and techicians for the industrys - Optical coating design course in partnership with APP Support and publicize 2 key national projects - IDA ILIUP (Infocomm Development Authority – Infocomm Local Industry Upgrading Program) - Connected Homes Program (IDA)
  • 35. Activity Report : Key Programs for 2006/7 Technology Road Mapping. Industry OE Survey. Industry talks on key growth technologies. Long term optoelectronics educational demands.
  • 36. Thank You ICOIA 2006 Hongkong