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This report is the summation of extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the various applicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight ...

This report is the summation of extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the various applicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening. Purchasers receive an electronic PDF and (optional) printed copy of this report, a separate functional spreadsheet of the forecasts, and access to report updates throughout the year. In 2009 the value of the entire RFID market will be $5.56 billion, up from $5.25 billion in 2008. This includes tags, readers and software/services for RFID cards, labels, fobs and all other form factors. By far the biggest segment of this is RFID cards, and $2.57 billion of the total $5.56 billion being spent on all other forms of RFID - from RFID labels to active tags. The tagging of pallets and cases as demanded by retailers (mostly in the US) will use approximately 225 million RFID labels in 2009, but we see take off in retail outside mandates, such as from Marks & Spencer and American Apparel, where 200 million tags will be used on apparel in 2009. RFID in the form of tickets used for transit will demand 350 million tags in 2009. The tagging of animals (such as pigs and sheep) is now substantial as it becomes a legal requirement in many more territories, with 105 million tags being used for this sector in 2009. This is happening in regions such as China and Australasia. In total, 2.35 billion tags will be sold in 2009 versus 1.97 billion in 2008. This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture with detailed forecasts at a price unmatched by others.Summation of extensive researchThis report is the summation of extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the various applicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening.Purchasers receive an electronic PDF and (optional) printed copy of this report, a separate functional spreadsheet of the forecasts, and access to report updates throughout the year.In 2010 the value of the entire RFID market will be $5.63 billion, up from $5.03 billion in 2009. This includes tags, readers and software/services for RFID cards, labels, fobs and all other form factors. $3.27 billion of the total $5.63 billion is spent on non car like structures - from RFID labels to active tags.In retail, RFID is seeing rapid growth for apparel tagging - that application alone demands 300 million RFID labels in 2010. RFID in the form of tickets used for transit will demand 380 million tags in 2010. The tagging of animals (such as pigs, sheep and pets) is now substantial as it becomes a legal requirement in many more territories, with 178 million tags being used for this sector in 2010. This is happening in regions such as China and Australasia. In total, 2.31 billion tags will be sold in 2010 versus 1.98 billion in 2009. Most of that growth is from passive UHF RFID labels. This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture with detailed forecasts at a price unmatched by others. Total RFID Market Projections $bn by RFID value chain sector 2011-2021Full analysis by each marketFull analysis by each market is given in great detail including in-depth historic data. Over 200 companies are profiled in this report. We give detailed ten year forecasts of the volumes of tags required, their value and the total market value for the following market segments:Passive RFIDDrugsOther HealthcareRetail apparelConsumer goodsTiresPostalBooksManufacturing parts, toolsArchiving (documents/samples)MilitaryRetail CPG Pallet/caseSmart cards/payment key fobsSmart ticketsAir baggageConveyances/Rollcages/ULD/TotesAnimals/LivestockVehiclesPeople (excluding other sectors)Passport page/secure documentsOther tag applicationsActive RFID / battery-assistedPharma/HealthcareCold retail supply chainConsumer goodsPostalManufacturing parts, toolsArchiving (samples)Milita

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    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021Published on November 2010 Report SummaryThis report is the summation of extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the variousapplicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening.Purchasers receive an electronic PDF and (optional) printed copy of this report, a separate functional spreadsheet of the forecasts,and access to report updates throughout the year.In 2009 the value of the entire RFID market will be $5.56 billion, up from $5.25 billion in 2008. This includes tags, readers andsoftware/services for RFID cards, labels, fobs and all other form factors. By far the biggest segment of this is RFID cards, and $2.57billion of the total $5.56 billion being spent on all other forms of RFID - from RFID labels to active tags.The tagging of pallets and cases as demanded by retailers (mostly in the US) will use approximately 225 million RFID labels in 2009,but we see take off in retail outside mandates, such as from Marks & Spencer and American Apparel, where 200 million tags will beused on apparel in 2009. RFID in the form of tickets used for transit will demand 350 million tags in 2009. The tagging of animals(such as pigs and sheep) is now substantial as it becomes a legal requirement in many more territories, with 105 million tags beingused for this sector in 2009. This is happening in regions such as China and Australasia. In total, 2.35 billion tags will be sold in 2009versus 1.97 billion in 2008.This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture with detailed forecasts at a price unmatched by others.Summation of extensive researchThis report is the summation of extensive research including interviews with RFID adopters and solution providers in the variousapplicational RFID markets, giving an unprecedented level of insight into the total RFID industry and what is really happening.Purchasers receive an electronic PDF and (optional) printed copy of this report, a separate functional spreadsheet of the forecasts,and access to report updates throughout the year.In 2010 the value of the entire RFID market will be $5.63 billion, up from $5.03 billion in 2009. This includes tags, readers andsoftware/services for RFID cards, labels, fobs and all other form factors. $3.27 billion of the total $5.63 billion is spent on non car likestructures - from RFID labels to active tags.In retail, RFID is seeing rapid growth for apparel tagging - that application alone demands 300 million RFID labels in 2010. RFID inthe form of tickets used for transit will demand 380 million tags in 2010. The tagging of animals (such as pigs, sheep and pets) is nowsubstantial as it becomes a legal requirement in many more territories, with 178 million tags being used for this sector in 2010. This ishappening in regions such as China and Australasia. In total, 2.31 billion tags will be sold in 2010 versus 1.98 billion in 2009. Most ofRFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021 Page 1/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statisticsthat growth is from passive UHF RFID labels.This comprehensive report from IDTechEx gives the complete picture with detailed forecasts at a price unmatched by others.Total RFID Market Projections $bn by RFID value chain sector 2011-2021Full analysis by each marketFull analysis by each market is given in great detail including in-depth historic data. Over 200 companies are profiled in this report.We give detailed ten year forecasts of the volumes of tags required, their value and the total market value for the following marketsegments:Passive RFIDDrugsOther HealthcareRetail apparelConsumer goodsTiresPostalBooksManufacturing parts, toolsArchiving (documents/samples)MilitaryRetail CPG Pallet/caseSmart cards/payment key fobsSmart ticketsAir baggageConveyances/Rollcages/ULD/TotesAnimals/LivestockVehiclesPeople (excluding other sectors)Passport page/secure documentsOther tag applicationsActive RFID / battery-assistedPharma/HealthcareCold retail supply chainConsumer goodsPostalManufacturing parts, toolsArchiving (samples)MilitaryRetail CPG Pallet/caseShelf Edge LabelsConveyances/Rollcages/ULD/TotesVehiclesPeople (excluding other sectors)Car clickersRFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021 Page 2/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsOther tag applicationsRFID tag numbers by application type 2005 to 2021, given separately for active and passive tagsRFID revenues are given separately by application type for 2005 to 2021, for both active and passive tagsMarket analysis by a huge number of parametersUsing new, unique information researched globally by IDTechEx technical experts, we analyze the RFID market in many differentways, with over 180 tables and figures. They include detailed ten year projections for EPC vs non-EPC, high value niche markets,active vs passive, readers, standards, markets by frequency, markets by geographical region, label vs non label, chip vs chipless,markets by application, tag format and tag location. Cumulative sales of RFID are analyzed as are the major players and unmetopportunities. It covers the emergence of new products, legal and demand pressures and impediments for the years to come.Total RFID Market by Territory 2011-2021, pie below gives 2016 dataWhich sectors are booming and which are under performing This report examines each sector in turn. Those doing well in numberssold are sometimes much less impressive in dollars taken and vice versa.Highly profitable niche markets analysedMajor players now and in the future in the various parts of the value chain are identified and the big orders and milestones now and inthe future are analysed. Of course, not everyone will want to serve the severely price constrained, highest volume markets. For them,we examine many niches of at least one billion dollars potential that are emerging and many smaller opportunities where there is evenless competition. They include:Passports in the face of new terrorism resulting in new lawsLivestock and food traceability in the face of new laws, bioterrorism, avian flu, BSE, fraud with subsidies etc.Intermodal containers (Smart and Secure Tradelanes and other initiatives)Retail apparelHealthcareThose in prison and on paroleUbiquitous Sensor Networks (USN), for warning of natural disasters, military and other purposesOur forecasts have taken into account the global economic slow down. Looking at the range of applications, the biggest projects,which tend to be government led are usually profitable for suppliers involved. For example, governments mandate tagging passportsor cattle. Governments do not need a fast return on investment. In industry, RFID is being applied where it can demonstrate a fairlyrapid return on investment. Large industry applications include apparel tagging.RFID by Frequency Used Table of Content1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 1.1. What is RFID and how can the market be segmented 1.2. Market projections2010 to 2021 1.3. Rapid growth 1.4. RFID during turmoil in the global economy 1.5. Contactless smart cards dominate by value 1.6.RFID Forecasts by market 1.7. RFID will not be big in China, it will be huge 1.8. Lessons from the last ten years 1.9. Pallet/casetagging 1.10. Drugs 1.11. Airline Baggage 1.12. Retail apparel, item level 1.13. RFID card and tickets 1.14. Animals 1.15. Logistics,Asset Tracking, Manufacturing 1.16. Follow governments 1.17. Analysis by RFID project numbers 1.18. Leading countries by numberof projects 1.19. Biggest applicational sector by number of projects 1.20. Active RFID comes to the fore 1.21. The leading shape ofRFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021 Page 3/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statisticstag - déjà vu 1.22. Some things did not change 1.23. Billion dollar niches, sometimes with little competition 1.24. New technology1.25. Impediments to the growth of RFID markets 2. INTRODUCTION 2.1. Definitions 2.1.1. RFID 2.1.2. Chipless/printed RFID 2.1.3.Passive and active RFID 2.2. Tags have different shapes 2.3. The RFID value chain 2.4. Where tags are placed 2.5. The show so far- 1945 to 2010 2.5.1. Cumulative sales by applicational category 2.5.2. Cumulative sales active vs passive 2.5.3. Cumulative saleschip vs chipless 2.5.4. Dominant RFID chip suppliers 2.6. Historic RFID tag sales 2005 to 2010 2.6.1. Progress in 2005 2.6.2.Progress in 2006 2.6.3. Progress in 2007 2.6.4. Progress in 2008 2.6.5. Progress in 2009 2.7. Ultimate potential 2.7.1. Potential fordifferent applications 2.7.2. Tag price sensitivity at highest volumes 2.7.3. Price sensitivity curve for RFID (adoption curve) 2.8. Legalpush 2.9. Demand pull 2.10. Constraints on market growth 2.10.2. Impediments to highest volume RFID 3. MARKET BYSPECIFICATION AND EPC RFID 3.1. League table of RFID specifications 3.2. EPCglobal 3.3. Progress with EPC adoption so far3.4. Forecasting EPC adoption 3.5. Choice of tagging package or product 3.6. EPC successes 3.7. EPC versus Non EPC 3.8. NearField Communication (NFC) 4. MARKETS BY COUNTRY 4.1. Number of RFID projects by country 4.2. Ongoing importance of theUS market 4.3. RFID across four continents 4.4. Projected sales of RFID tags by territory 4.5. Increasing importance of the East Asianmarket 5. MARKETS FOR PASSIVE RFID 5.1. Passive vs active 5.2. Sub categories of passive tag 5.3. Cost Structure of RFIDpassive tags - labels 5.4. Passive market by applicational sector 5.5. The main things that are passive tagged 5.6. Passive RFIDmarket by range 5.7. RFID technologies by range and cost 5.7.2. RFID Systems/Middleware 5.8. New passive technologies createnew markets 5.8.1. Forecast for chip vs chipless/printed tags 5.8.2. Latest progress with printed RFID 5.8.3. Price advantage the maindriver of market gain 6. MARKETS FOR ACTIVE RFID 6.1. Sub categories of active tag 6.2. Project cost, size and payback 6.3.Active market by applicational sector 6.4. The main things that are active tagged 6.5. Active RFID market by range 6.6. Active RFIDmarket by battery type 6.6.1. Energy Harvesting and RFID 6.7. New active technologies create new markets 6.7.1. Hand-held homingdevices 6.7.2. New markets - Smart Active Labels 6.7.3. An example of massive niches 6.8. Technologies facilitating growth 6.9.Forecasts for active RFID tags 6.10. Forecasts for systems 6.10.1. The spend on active RFID systems 6.10.2. Active RFID players 7.MARKET FOR RFID INTERROGATORS 7.1. Overview 7.2. Interrogator numbers 7.3. Interrogator price 7.4. Interrogator marketvalue 8. MARKETS BY FREQUENCY 8.1. Spread of tag sales 8.2. Passive frequencies 8.2.1. Segmenting of the passive UHFmarket 8.3. Active frequencies 9. MARKET VALUE BY POSITION IN VALUE CHAIN: INTERROGATORS, SOFTWARE, SERVICESETC 9.1. Market split by position 9.2. Markets for labels, cards and tickets 9.3. Forecasts by tag structures 9.4. NFC, smart card andticket projections 9.5. Markets by location of tag - item, pallet/case, etc 9.5.1. Item, pallet/case tagging vs smart cards 9.6. Forecasts2010-2021 9.6.2. Rationale behind each forecast 9.6.3. Ubiquitous Sensor Networks and other possibilities - Malaysia and Koreatimelines to 2010 10. MARKET BY APPLICATIONAL SECTOR 10.1. Prevalence of RFID projects for each applicational sector 10.2.Future trend of projects for each applicational sector 10.3. Market size of tags by applicational category 10.4. Current and future formsof payback by applicational sector 10.5. Healthcare and pharmaceuticals 10.6. Postal and courier services 10.7. Retail and ConsumerPackaged Goods 10.8. Military and federal 10.9. Airlines and Airports 10.10. Libraries 10.11. Secure access 10.12. Laundry/ rentedtextiles 10.12.1. State of the art 10.12.2. Payback 10.12.3. Technical requirements and trends 10.12.4. Contrast in store appareltagging 10.12.5. Laundry tag suppliers 10.12.6. Addressable market 10.12.7. Forecasts 11. LARGEST ORDERS, PRODUCTS,PLAYERS AND OVERSUPPLY/ UNDERSUPPLY: MILESTONES IN FUTURE 11.1. Dynamics of the RFID value chain 11.2. Largestorders, best selling products, dominant suppliers in future 11.2.1. Largest suppliers of chips 11.2.2. Largest suppliers of tags, inlets,straps and detailed value chain for high volume 11.2.3. Largest suppliers of software and services 11.3. Sectors potentiallyoversupplied or undersupplied 11.3.1. Production capacity for tags 11.3.2. Over and undersupply along the value chain 2010-202111.4. Milestones and timelines 2007-2021 11.4.1. Milestones 2007-2021 APPENDIX 1: RFID SOLUTION PROVIDERS APPENDIX2: EPCGLOBAL AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS APPENDIX 3: IDTECHEX RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY APPENDIX 4:GLOSSARY TABLES 1.1. Examples of RFID orders, projects and typical benefits by application 1.2. Total RFID Market Projectionsin US dollar billions 2010-2021 1.3. Market projections by tag type for 2010-2021 1.4. RFID tag projections by market 2010-2021 1.5.Number (in millions) of passive tags by application 2010-2021 1.6. Average passive tag price per application in US cents 2010-20211.7. Value of passive tags by application 2010-2021 (US Dollar Millions) 1.8. Number (in millions) of active tags by application2010-2021 1.9. Average active tag price per application in US cents 2010-2021 1.10. Value of active tags by application 2010-2021(US Dollar Millions) 1.11. Number of tags (billions) total RFID market 2011-2021 1.12. Value US$ billion of total RFID marketEXCLUDING CARDS 2011-2021 1.13. Number of tags sold by application in 2009 and the total tag value 1.14. Milestones 2007-20212.1. Largest suppliers to date 2.2. Where RFID tags are placed - categories used 2.3. Cumulative global sales of RFID tags byapplicational category by the end of 2010 in millions 2.4. The cumulative global sales of RFID tags active vs passive in millions to thebeginning of 2010 2.5. Cumulative global sales of RFID tags chip vs chipless to the beginning of 2010 in millions 2.6. Deliveries ofchipless/printed tags to date by company 2.7. The dominant RFID tag and chip suppliers to start of 2010 2.8. Value of RFID passiveRFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021 Page 4/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statisticstag market in 2005 2.9. Value of RFID active tag market in 2005 2.10. Value Chain 2005 2.11. Value of RFID passive tag market in2006 2.12. Value of RFID active tag market in 2006 2.13. Value Chain 2006 2.14. Value of RFID passive tag market in 2007 2.15.Value of RFID active tag market in 2007 2.16. Value Chain 2007 2.17. Value of RFID passive tag market in 2008 2.18. Value of RFIDactive tag market in 2008 2.19. Value Chain 2008 2.20. Value of RFID passive tag market in 2009 2.21. Value of RFID active tagmarket in 2009 2.22. Value Chain 2009 2.23. Ultimate potential annual global sales of some of the most promising tagged things thathave potential for up to one billion tags used yearly. 2.24. Ultimate potential annual global sales for some of the most promisingtagged things with potential of over one billion tags yearly. 2.25. Examples of laws and mandates encouraging RFID 2.26. Costs perannum for barcodes 2.27. The main impediments to highest volume RFID 3.1. The pecking order of RFID specifications by RFID tagexpenditure in 2010 3.2. Reasons why an organization may want to use EPC 3.3. Reasons why an organization may wish not to useEPC 3.4. When industries may adopt EPC RFID in at least hundreds of millions yearly. Estimates by IDTechEx 3.5. Market for EPCrelated RFID only - tags, readers, middleware, services etc, in US dollars billions 3.6. Comparison of NFC enabled devices andcontactless smart cards. 4.1. Largest number of RFID case studies by application and continent 4.2. Largest number of RFID casestudies by tag format and continent 4.3. Largest number of RFID case studies by tag location and continent 4.4. Largest number ofRFID case studies by frequency and continent 4.5. Number of tags in billions by territory 2011, 2016, 2021 4.6. Percentage share ofnumbers of tags by territory 2011, 2016, 2021 4.7. Value, in billions of dollars, of systems/ services/ tags by territory 2011, 2016, 20214.8. Percentage share of value of systems/ services/ tags by territory 2011, 2016, 2021 4.9. Leading markets by country for RFID inbillions of dollars, systems including tags 4.10. Value $ billions of total RFID market excluding cards 2011, 2016, 2021 4.11.Percentage value $ billions of total RFID market excluding cards 2011, 2016, 2021 5.1. Global market for active vs passive RFID tagsby number billions 5.2. Global market for active vs passive RFID tags by average tag price in cents 5.3. Global market for active vspassive RFID tags in billions of dollars 5.4. Approximate cost breakdown for a passive RFID for both UHF and HF, prices are given inUS Dollar cents, assuming millions of tags 5.5. Historical sales of chipless RFID tags 5.6. Chipless percentage share of the overallRFID market by numbers 2010-2021. Projection by IDTechEx 5.7. Chipless share of the overall RFID market by numbers 2010-2021.Projection by IDTechEx 6.1. Comparison of some of the typical features of passive vs active RFID 6.2. Unit price of expensive vs lowcost tags for active RFID 2010 6.3. Examples of overall spend vs tag spend for some large RFID projects so far 6.4. Main thingstagged with active RFID tags in terms of number of projects in the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase or numbers used 6.5. Active RFIDin the prison and parole service 6.6. Global potential annually for active RFID systems plus tags in the prison and parole service 6.7.Number (in millions) of active tags by application 2010-2021 6.8. Average active tag price per application in US cents 2010-2021 6.9.Value of active tags by application 2010-2021 (US Dollar Millions) 6.10. Forecast for the value of global sales of RFID systemsexcluding tags 2010-2021in millions of dollars 6.11. Forecast for the value of global sales of RFID systems including tags, for vehicleclickers, SALs and other applications 2010-2021 in millions of dollars 6.12. Sectors, locations and application examples of ActiveRFID players 7.1. RFID enabled cellphones worldwide - 2011, 2016, 2021 7.2. Market for RFID interrogators by application, numbermillions 7.3. Market for RFID interrogators by application, reader price US dollars 7.4. Market for RFID interrogators by application,US dollars billions 8.1. The spread of tag numbers by frequency to the start of 2010 8.2. The spread of tag numbers by frequencyforecast for 2010 8.3. The spread of tag numbers by frequency forecast for 2016 8.4. The spread of tag sales % by frequency forecastfor 2021 8.5. Future favourite frequencies by format and application 8.6. Active tags by frequency in 2011 8.7. Active tags byfrequency in 2021 9.1. The split of the market by position in the value chain by percentage share 2010-2021 9.2. The split of themarket by position in the value chain by value 2010-2021 9.3. Breakdown of the tag market by number of tags in millions 9.4.Breakdown of the tag market percentage of tags by numbers 9.5. Breakdown of the tag market value of tags by form by value ($billion) 9.6. Breakdown of the tag market percentage of tags by value 9.7. Total RFID market value ($ billion) 9.8. Total RFID marketpercentage of tags by value 9.9. The good and the bad of the different proposed locations of NFC functionality in mobile phonesRFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2011-2021 Page 5/7
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