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Global diode laser market analysis and forecast (2013 – 2018)

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Laser diodes are electrically pumped semiconductor lasers and are different from the optically pumped lasers found commonly. These laser diodes use different semiconductor materials for doping based …

Laser diodes are electrically pumped semiconductor lasers and are different from the optically pumped lasers found commonly. These laser diodes use different semiconductor materials for doping based on the wavelength needed and end use application. Laser diodes are most commonly used compared to other types of lasers. They are used generally in fiber optics communications, barcode readers, CD players, scanning and printing devices and so on. The green laser diode is one of the fastest growing product type with sales expected to reach $710m by 2018.

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  • 1. IndustryARC Global Diode Laser Market Analysis and Forecast (2013 – 2018) - By End Use (Entertainment, Instrumentation, Research); Verticals (Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Telecommunications)
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 LIST OF TABLES ....................................................................................................... 9 2 LIST OF FIGURES .................................................................................................. 11 1. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET OVERVIEW ............................................ 12 1.1. STAKEHOLDERS ........................................................................ 14 1.2. LASER SYSTEMS SAFETY GUIDELINES ...................................... 14 1.2.1. IEC STANDARD............................................................... 15 1.2.2. ANSI STANDARD ............................................................ 16 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ....................................................................................... 17 3. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET LANDSCAPEERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET FORCESERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1. MARKET DRIVERS ....................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1.1. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY GROWTH PROVIDES GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1.2. GROWTH OF MEDICAL LASERS INDUSTRY IN EMERGING MARKETS ......... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1.3. HIGH POWER DIRECT DIODE LASERS PROVIDING GROWTH IMPETUS TO THE MARKETERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1.4. GROWTH OF POLYMER OR PLASTIC WELDING INDUSTRY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.1.5. DIRECT GREEN DIODE LASERS OPENING UP NEW MARKET APPLICATIONS .... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.2. MARKET CONSTRAINTS .............. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.2.1. FIBER LASER SALES AFFECTING DIODE PUMPED SOLID STATE LASERS MARKETERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.3. MARKET CHALLENGES ................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.3.1. PUSH TOWARDS CLEAN MANUFACTURING USING GREEN PHOTONICS ........... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.4. ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE DIODE LASERS INDUSTRYERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.4.1. POWER OF SUPPLIERS ...... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 3. 4.4.2. POWER OF CUSTOMERS ..... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.4.3. THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTSERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.4.4. THREAT OF SUBSTITUTION ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 4.4.5. DEGREE OF COMPETITION ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET - STRATEGIC ANALYSISERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.1. VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS ............. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.2. PRICING ANALYSIS .................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.3. OPPORTUNITIES ANALYSIS ........ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.3.1. QUANTUM DOT BASED DARK PULSED DIODE LASERSERROR! BOOKMARK NOT 5.3.2. SOLAR PUMPED SEMICONDUCTOR LASERSERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.4. PRODUCT/MARKET LIFE CYCLE ANALYSISERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 5.5. SUPPLIERS AND DISTRIBUTORS ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET BY TYPESERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.1. INTRODUCTION .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.2. DOUBLE HETERO STRUCTURE LASERSERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.3. QUANTUM WELL LASERS ............. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.4. QUANTUM CASCADE LASERS ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.5. DISTRIBUTED FEEDBACK LASERS ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.6. SEPARATE CONFINEMENT HETERO STRUCTURE (SCH) LASERS ....................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.7. VCSEL ......................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 6.8. VECSEL ....................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET BY DOPING MATERIALERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.1. INTRODUCTION .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.2. INGAN ........................................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.3. GAN ............................................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.4. ALGAINP ..................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.5. ALGAAS/GAALAS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.6. INGAAS ....................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.7. INGAASP..................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.8. GAINASSB .................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 7.9. OTHERS ...................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8. GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET – BY TYPEERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 4. 8.1. FIBER OPTIC LASER .................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.2. COMPACT DISC LASER ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.3. VECSEL (VERTICAL EXTERNAL CAVITY SURFACE EMITTING LASER) ....................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.4. HIGH POWER DIODE LASER ........ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.5. RED DIODE LASER ...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.6. VIOLET DIODE LASER ................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.7. GREEN DIODE LASER .................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 8.8. BLUE AND BLUE VIOLET DIODE LASERERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET BY INDUSTRY VERTICALSERROR! BOOKMARK NOT 9.1. INTRODUCTION .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.2. AUTOMOTIVE .............................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.3. MEDICAL ..................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.4. INDUSTRIAL ............................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.5. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS........... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.6. MILITARY AND AEROSPACE ........ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.7. TELECOMMUNICATION ............... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 9.8. OTHERS ...................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSISERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.1. INTRODUCTION .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.2. AMERICAS .................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.2.1. NORTH AMERICA ............... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.2.2. BRAZIL ............................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.2.3. ARGENTINA ...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.2.4. MEXICO ............................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.3. EUROPE ...................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.3.1. UK .................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.3.2. FRANCE ............................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.3.3. GERMANY .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.4. ASIA ........................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.4.1. CHINA ............................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.4.2. SOUTH KOREA ................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.4.3. JAPAN ............................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 10.4.4. AUSTRALIA ....................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 5. 10.5. ROW ........................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11. COMPANY PROFILES .............................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1. OSRAM (GERMANY) .................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.3. SWOT ANALYSIS ............... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.3.1. Strengths ....................... Error! Bookmark not defined. 11.1.3.2. Weaknesses .................... Error! Bookmark not defined. 11.1.3.3. Opportunities .................. Error! Bookmark not defined. 11.1.3.4. Threats .......................... Error! Bookmark not defined. 11.1.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.5. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.1.6. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2. SUMITOMO (JAPAN) ................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.2.5. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3. COHERENT INC ........................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.2. SWOT ANALYSIS ............... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.3. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.4. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.5. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.3.6. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4. JENOPTIK AG .............................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.4.5. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.5. ROFIN SINAR (DILAS) ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.5.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW: ...... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.5.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 6. 11.5.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.5.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.5.5. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.6. IPG PHOTONICS ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.6.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.6.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.6.3. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.6.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.7. JDS UNIPHASE CORP. ................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.7.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW: ...... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.7.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.7.3. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.7.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.8. TRUMPF LASER GMBH + CO. KG .. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.8.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.8.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.8.3. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.8.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9. SHARP CORPORATION (JAPAN) .. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.9.5. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.10. LASER OPERATIONS LLC ............. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.10.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.10.2. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.10.3. STRATEGY & DEVELOPMENTERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.11. CANON INC ................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.11.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW: ...... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.11.2. SWOT ................................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.11.3. FINANCIALS: .................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.11.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.12. BARCO NV ................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.12.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.12.3. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 7. 11.12.4. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.12.5. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.12.6. PATENT ANALYSIS ............ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13. 3M CORPORATE .......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13.3. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13.4. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.13.5. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14. FORTH DIMENSION DISPLAYS LTDERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.14.5. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15. PIONEER CORPORATION ............ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15.3. STRATEGIES...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15.4. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.15.5. PRODUCT PORTFOLIO ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.16. HIMAX TECHNOLOGIES LTD ........ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.16.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW: ...... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.16.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.16.3. DEVELOPMENT .................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.16.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.17. HOLOEYE SYSTEMS, INC ............. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.17.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.17.2. STRATEGIES: .................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.17.3. DEVELOPMENTS ................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.17.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.18. MICROVISION INC. ..................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.18.1. BUSINESS OVERVIEW ....... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.18.2. FINANCIALS...................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.18.3. STRATEGY ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 11.18.4. PRODUCTS ........................ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
  • 8. 12. APPENDIX .................................................. ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 12.1. ABBREVIATIONS ......................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED. 12.2. SOURCES .................................................................................. 19 12.3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ....................................................... 19 12.4. EXPERT INSIGHTS .................................................................... 20 12.5. DISCLAIMER ............................................................................. 21
  • 9. LIST OF TABLES UU TABLE 1 KEY GLOBAL DIODE LASER COMPANIES, 2012 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 2 KEY COMPANIES BY TYPE OF LASER TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURER, 2012 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 3 KEY COMPANIES BY TYPE OF LASER COMPONENTS MANUFACTURER, 2012 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 4 KEY COMPANIES BY TYPE OF LASER COMPONENTS MANUFACTURER, 2012 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 5 LASERS FOR MATERIALS PROCESSING COMPARISON ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 6 DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF LASER PROCESSES ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 7 GLOBAL SUBSTRATE AND EPITAXY SUPPLIERS ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 8 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY TYPE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) 18 TABLE 9 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY END USE APPLICATION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 10 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 11 GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 12 GLOBAL MEDICAL INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 13 GLOBAL MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 14 GLOBAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 15 GLOBAL MILITARY/AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 16 GLOBAL TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 17 GLOBAL OTHERS INDUSTRY DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 18 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 19 AMERICAS DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY COUNTRY, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 20 EUROPEAN DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY COUNTRY, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 21 ASIAN DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY COUNTRY, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 22 OSRAM GMBH, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK
  • 10. TABLE 23 OSRAM GMBH, REVENUE BY SEGMENTS, 2012– 2013 (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 24 OSRAM GMBH, REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012– 2013 (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 25 OSRAM GMBH – OPTO SEMICONDUCTORS SEGMENT PRODUCTS ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 26 SUMITOMO CORPORATION, TOTAL REVENUE, AND (DOLLARS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 27 SUMITOMO CORPORATION, PROFIT BY REGION, AND (DOLLARS MILLIONS), 2013 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 28 SUMITOMO CORPORATIONS, SALES BY SEGMENT, ($ MILLION)-2012 & 2013 ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 29 COHERENT INC REVENUES (2011-2012) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 30 JENOPTIK AG REVENUES (2011-2013) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 31 ROFIN SINAR (DILAS) REVENUES (2011-2013) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 32 IPG PHOTONICS REVENUES (2011-2013) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 33 SHARP CORPORATION, TOTAL SALES, 2011– 2013 ($ THOUSAND) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 34 SHARP CORPORATION, TOTAL SALES BY SEGMENTS, 2011– 2013 ($ THOUSANDS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 35 SHARP CORPORATION, SALES BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011– 2013 ($ THOUSANDS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 36 CANON INC, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 37 CANON INC, REVENUE BY SEGMENTS, 2012– 2013 (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 38 CANON INC, REVENUE BY REGIONS, 4TH QUARTER (EUROS MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 39 BARCO NV, TOTAL SALES, 2011– 2012 (EUROS MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 40 BARCO NV, SALES BY SEGMENTS, 2011– 2012 (EUROS MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 41 3M COMPANY, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 ($ MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 42 FORTH DIMENSION DISPLAYS, TOTAL REVENUE, 2011– 2013 (DOLLAR MILLIONS) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 43 PIONEER CORPORATION, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 ($ BILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 44 PIONEER CORPORATION, REVENUE BY SEGMENT, 2012– 2013 ($ BILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 45 HIMAX TECHNOLOGIES, INC, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 ($ MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 46 HIMAX TECHNOLOGIES, INC, REVENUE BY PRODUCT LINE, Q3 2012– Q3 2013 ($ MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK TABLE 47 MICROVISION, INC, TOTAL REVENUE, 2012– 2013 ($ MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK
  • 11. 1 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE, 2001 – 2018 ($BILLION) 17 FIGURE 2 GLOBAL LASER TECHNOLOGY MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 3 GLOBAL LASER MATERIALS PROCESSING MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 4 GLOBAL DIODE LASER COMPANIES MARKET SHARE, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 5 GLOBAL PASSENGER CAR SALES, 2013 – 2018 (MILLION UNITS) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 6 GLOBAL FIBER LASER MATERIAL PROCESSING MARKET REVENUE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 7 DIODE LASER VALUE CHAIN DIAGRAM ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 8 LASER TECHNOLOGIES AVERAGE WEIGHTED PRICES, 2012 – 2018 ($/WATT) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 9 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET SHARE BY DIODE TYPE, 2012 (%) 18 FIGURE 10 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET PRODUCTION VOLUME – BY COUNTRY, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 11 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE SHARE BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 12 BARCO NV, SALES BY GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS, 2012 (%) ERROR! BOOKMARK FIGURE 13 REVENUE OF 3M FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013 - BY GEOGRAPHY ERROR! BOOKMARK
  • 12. GLOBAL DIODE LASERS MARKET OVERVIEW The global laser market can be broadly split into the Non-Diode and Diode Laser Market. Laser market can also be discussed in terms of commercial lasers and industrial lasers. However, lasers can also be segmented based on the active medium (solid, liquid, gas, plasma), laser wavelength (visible light, infrared, ultraviolet etc), pumping method (optical or electric), number of energy levels and radiation characteristics. Material processing, telecommunications, compact disc read/write, defense and military, research equipment in laboratories are the major market segments for the global laser diodes market. The non-Diode laser market includes all lasers except direct diodes, i.e. CO2, lamp and diode pumped SSL, fiber laser. Diode laser market on the other hand includes direct Diodes which are used in telecommunications, consumer electronics and pump lasers etc. With respect to manufacturing, lasers like CO2, SS, Ion, Dye, Excimer etc are manufactured in an assembly line, while diode and fiber lasers are manufactured in semiconductor fabrication plants. This means they have high initial setup costs and relatively low variable cost. Diode lasers are primarily semiconductor lasers based on laser diodes. Although the terms diode laser and laser diode are often used interchangeably, the diode laser is a laser device, consisting mostly of a single laser diode, but may also contain additional items like an external optical resonator in the case of an external cavity diode laser. A diode laser may also include additional optics outside the laser resonator, such as a beam collimator or a beam shaper, like in the case of a fiber-coupled diode lasers. Devices for nonlinear frequency conversion are also present in some cases. When high power outputs are needed, multiple laser diodes can be used for beam combining. A diode laser also generally has a housing, which may also contain means for temperature stabilization of the laser diode and a laser diode driver. Diode lasers essentially contain photonic materials which convert electric current into laser light and have a maximum efficiency of around 70%. Wavelength of the light in which diode lasers operate range from 400nm to 1500nm. All modern lasers use the double-hetero- structure implementation unlike the general earlier laser diodes which were simple P-N diodes. The carriers and the photons in diode lasers are as such confined in order to maximize their chances for recombination and light generation. Diode lasers can reach high electrical-to-optical efficiencies typically of the order of 50% and this efficiency is usually limited by factors such as the electrical resistance, carrier leakage, scattering, absorption (particularly in doped regions), and spontaneous emission. Particularly
  • 13. high efficiencies are achieved with laser diodes emitting around 940–980 nm (for example in pumping ytterbium-doped high-power fiber devices), whereas 808-nm diodes are somewhat less efficient. Diode lasers have lifetimes in the order of tens of thousands of hours when operated under proper conditions. However, much shorter lifetimes can result due to factors like operation at very high temperatures, lack of cooling systems, current or voltage spikes etc. Laser diodes have two operating modes – continuous wave operating mode and pulsed operation mode. Lasing or active medium, excitation mechanism, feedback mechanism and output coupler are the key elements of lasers. Globally laser applications are primarily into signal transmission - fiber optics, optical data storage – CD and DVD-R, directed energy – materials processing and welding etc, sensing – pollution monitoring, analysis etc. in this report the following types of diode lasers are considered as part of the research and data analysis.  IR diode lasers  Optical fiber systems  Free space optics  Bragg gratings  Distributed feedback lasers  Distributed Bragg lasers  External Cavity Lasers  Fabry-Perot Lasers  Quantum Cascade Lasers  Fiber Amplifier Lasers  Tunable lasers  VCSELs  Microchip diode lasers  Violet diode lasers  Laser pointers  CD diode lasers  DVD diode lasers  Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers  Raman lasers
  • 14. STAKEHOLDERS The following are the key stakeholders in the diode lasers market:  Product OEMs  Substrate suppliers  Raw material suppliers  Equipment manufacturers  Contract manufacturers  Service providers  Component suppliers  Device integrators  Original Device Manufacturers (ODMs)  Maintenance companies  Research Organizations and Trade bodies  Semiconductor foundries LASER SYSTEMS SAFETY GUIDELINES The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) divides all lasers into four groups according to the risk involved in using them. These laser hazard classifications are used to signify the level of hazard inherent in a laser system, and the extent of safety controls required. These range from class I lasers (which are inherently safe for direct beam viewing under most conditions) to class IV lasers (which require the most strict controls). This division is based on the maximum radiation emitted from the laser which can cause damage. The aperture and distance from laser are the two main factors considered when the measurement is done. Other important parameters include Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance (NOHD) for each laser type and Optical Density (OD) required for eye protection. The Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) levels define the maximum amount of radiation to which people may be exposed safely. The MPE, expressed in [J/cm^2] or [W/cm^2] depends on the laser parameters which includes wavelength, exposure duration, Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF), and nature of the exposure like specular or diffuse reflection. In addition, for visible radiation , the MPE for eye exposure is based upon the total energy or power collected by a fully diluted (night-adapted) human eye, which is assumed to have an entrance aperture 7 mm in diameter (the diameter of a fully open pupil of young person). This diameter is defined as the limiting aperture (LA). To determine the potential hazard, the maximum energy or power that can be transmitted through this aperture must be determined.
  • 15. For Ultra-Violet (UV) or Infra-Red (IR) radiation, this aperture is defined as 1mm. When using optical systems, this aperture is defined at 50mm. The International Electrotechnical Solution (IEC) standard and ANSI standard are currently used in practice across the world: 1.1.1 IEC STANDARD Class 1: A Class 1 laser is safe under all conditions of normal use. This means the Maximum permissible exposure (MPE) cannot be exceeded when viewing a laser with the naked eye or with the help of typical magnifying optics (e.g. telescope or microscope). Class 1 M A laser can be classified as Class 1M if the power that can pass through the pupil of the naked eye is less than the AEL for Class 1, but the power that can be collected into the eye by typical magnifying optics (as defined in the standard) is higher than the AEL for Class 1 and lower than the AEL for Class 3B. A Class 1M laser is safe for all conditions of use except when passed through magnifying optics such as microscopes and telescopes. Class 2: A Class 2 laser is safe because the blink reflex will limit the exposure to not more than 0.25 seconds. It only applies to visible-light lasers (400–700 nm). Class-2 lasers are limited to 1 mW continuous wave, or more if the emission time is less than 0.25 seconds or if the light is not spatially coherent. Many laser pointers and measuring instruments are class 2. Class 2M: A Class 2M laser is safe because of the blink reflex if not viewed through optical instruments. Class 3R: A Class 3R laser is considered safe if handled carefully, with restricted beam viewing. With a class 3R laser, the MPE can be exceeded, but with a low risk of injury. Visible continuous lasers in Class 3R are limited to 5 mW. Class 3B: A Class 3B laser is unsafe if the eye is exposed directly, but diffuse reflections such as those from paper or other matte surfaces are not harmful. The AEL for continuous lasers in the wavelength range from 315 nm to far infrared is 0.5 W. For pulsed lasers between 400 and 700 nm, the AEL is 30 mW. Class 4:
  • 16. Class 4 is the highest and most dangerous class of laser, including all lasers that exceed the Class 3B AEL. A class 4 laser can burn the skin, or cause devastating and permanent eye damage. These lasers may ignite combustible materials which may cause fire risk. These hazards may are applicable to indirect or non-specular reflections of the beam. Industrial, scientific, military, and medical lasers are categorized under class 4. 1.1.2 ANSI STANDARD Class I: It includes all lasers that comes under normal working conditions. It cannot emit radiation which can cause damage. Practically, these lasers are called “Eye Safe Lasers. Class I lasers are lasers which inherently cannot emit radiation in excess of the MPE limits. Class II: These are all low-power visible lasers (wavelength spectrum 0.4-0.7 mm), which trigger the reflex of eye protection by the iris. This reflex time is 0.25 seconds, so, class II lasers can emit power exceeding the appropriate class I AEL, but the total amount of energy entering the eye will be limited by the eye reflex. The class I AEL for 0.25 seconds exposure duration is 1 mW. Thus, the maximum power of continuous visible laser in class II is 1 milli-watt. Laser from class II is the preferred laser for the school laboratory based experiments. Any laser at other wavelength (invisible) which emits radiation more than the permitted level of class I is automatically classified as class II. Class III: This class is further categorized into sub classes namely: Class IIIa - Include all visible lasers (wavelength spectrum 0.4-0.7 mm), that emit radiation at a level that does not harm a person which have a normal iris reflex. Class 3a lasers are medium-power lasers with an output between 1 and 5 times the class I AEL based on the appropriate exposure duration. If optical instruments (such as binoculars or telescope) are used to view the radiation, damage to the eye can occur. For Helium-Neon and Diode lasers is visible, the maximum permitted power is 5 mill watts. Class IIIb: It includes all lasers which are not classified as class I or class II, and emit in any wavelength, which can cause damage to the eye of an observer without any optical accessories. The maximum power of lasers in class IIIb is 0.5 Watt. Class IIIb lasers are unable to produce more than 125 mJ in 0.25 seconds. Class IV: It includes all other lasers not classified as classes I, II, and III. They are considered as high power lasers.
  • 17. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The global diode laser market has been highly volatile since the past decade with flat growth, revenue dips and growths seen by the industry players. The figure below for example illustrates the global market revenue trends for the period 2001 – 2018. However, the industry is highly resilient as the products manufactured by more than 50 players across the world are used in industry verticals like telecommunications and medical. The growth prospects of new and emerging product segments like high powered direct diode lasers, green diode lasers etc will be a significant growth driver for this market. FIGURE 1 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE, 2001 – 2018 ($BILLION) SOURCE: INDUSTRYARC IndustryARC expects the overall market size to increase from around $4.33bn in 2013 to around $5.58bn in 2018, growing at a rate of 5.2% during the forecast period. Opening up of new market opportunities, reduction in product ASPs, innovative and power efficient product launches from companies are all the key growth drivers for the diode laser market. Entertainment, materials processing like laser blazing, polymer or thermoplastic welding, instrumentation etc are the key end user application segments where diode lasers are expected to showcase their fastest growth rates. Traditional high growth segment like optical storage and 3.64 4.31 5.35 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 $Billion
  • 18. printing, scanning are expected to show flat or slow growth rates during the forecast period due to technological shifts and declining product demand. FIGURE 2 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET SHARE BY DIODE TYPE, 2013 (%) Source: IndustryARC Analysis, Expert Interviews TABLE 1 GLOBAL DIODE LASER MARKET REVENUE – BY TYPE, 2012 – 2018 ($MILLION) Type 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 CAGR (2013 - 2018) FOL 2178 2221 2302 2512 2673 2798 2924 5.65% CD 598 585 581 606 616 616 614 0.98% VCSEL xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx HPDL xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx Red xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx Violet xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx Green xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx Blue and Blue Violet xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx Source: IndustryARC Analysis, Expert Interviews FOL CD VCSEL XX XX XX XX
  • 19. SOURCES IndustryARC uses both the primary and secondary sources continuously and in equal measures during the report production process for an accurate and holistic data analysis. 1. Company financials, magazines, journals, press releases, paid databases and in-house data repository are used to calculate the market revenue numbers. 2. Annual reports, company websites, public databases, and In-house data repository is used to gather market revenue of companies, market share analysis, market dynamics and company profiles, SWOT analysis. 3. Primary sources are used to validate the market findings of IndustryARC analysts and also to get first-hand information on the market, product, and geographic growth prospects and also identify key trends. 4. American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, North American Laser Class Association, Association France Laser, World Federation of Societies for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Laser Institute of America (LIA), UK Laser & Electro-Optics Association, and The International Laser Display Association are some of the key secondary sources used in our report research. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The quantitative and qualitative data collected for the Laser Diodes market report is from a combination of secondary and primary sources. Research interviews were conducted with senior executives and/or managers of leading Laser Diodes solution providers. These Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) were then provided a questionnaire to gather quantitative and qualitative inputs on their operations, performance, strategies and views on the overall market, including key developments and technology trends. Data from interviews is consolidated, checked for consistency and accuracy, and the final market numbers are again validated by experts. The global market was split by products, services and geography based on different factors like primary and secondary sources, understanding of the number of companies operating in each segment and also KOL insights. We have used various secondary sources such as directories, articles, white papers, newsletters, annual reports and paid databases such as OneSource, Hoovers and Factiva to
  • 20. identify and collect information for extensive technical and commercial study of the Laser Diodes market. The key players in the market and its value chain were identified through secondary research and their market opinions were also gathered in a similar way through telephonic interviews and questionnaires. We have also studied the annual reports of these top market players. Interviews with key opinion leaders such as directors, managers, marketing personnel were used extensively in understanding the need and emergence of Laser Diodes market. EXPERT INSIGHTS Primary interviews with experts and various stakeholders in the value chain were conducted to understand and evaluate key data points as well as market trends in the diode laser market.
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