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Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2017 - Report by Yole Developpement

New applications are transforming the market and technology playing field for CMOS image sensors

It’s ten years down the line from the initial Apple iPhone that started the smartphone era. Since then, CMOS imaging has benefited from huge market demand and a technology-driven environment, resulting in an $11.6B industry in 2016. Photography and video is the main application, which is totally transformed by new use cases, new devices and new technologies.

The mobile market is key for the CMOS image sensor (CIS) industry. Despite saturation in the number of handsets, the CIS market has been able to maintain a 10.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the 2016-2022 period due to the introduction of dual and 3D cameras. These additional cameras are changing the industry’s drivers from form factor and image quality to interactivity.

Penetration into higher added value markets such as automotive, security and medical shows that CIS products are transforming use cases across the board. CIS technology adoption allows greater automation levels at low cost, while using newly available computing architectures such as deep learning. The CMOS image sensor industry is currently in a virtuous circle where a new technology is providing true customer value.

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Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2017 - Report by Yole Developpement

  1. 1. © 2017 - SAMPLE From Technologies to Market Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2017
  2. 2. © 2017 Executive summary
  3. 3. 3 REPORT OBJECTIVES Provide a clear understanding of applications and related technologies. Ecosystem identification and analysis: • Determine applications range • Technical market segmentation • Economic requirements by segment • Key players by market and analysis • Market size and market forecast in $M and Munits Analysis and description of market and technologies involved: • Major actors on a global basis • Detailed applications per market segment • Technology identification for different products and processes • Competing technologies • Main technical challenges Ecosystem Market Techno ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  4. 4. 4 METHODOLOGIES & DEFINITIONS Yole’s market forecast model is based on the following elementary structured blocks: Yole’s analysis framework ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  5. 5. 5 WHAT IS TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT BY THE ANALYSIS ? From wafer to first packaged sensor Analysis at the component level Courtesy of Omnivision Courtesy of Valeo Courtesy of Sony Courtesy of Tesla Camera Modules SystemsImage Sensors Courtesy of Xiaomi CIS Die Courtesy of Sony CIS Wafer Courtesy of Apple Market report focus Market analysis only ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  6. 6. 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS (1/2) o GLOSSARY 2 o TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 o REPORT OBJECTIVES 6 o METHODOLOGY 8 o COMPANIES CITED 13 o EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 14 1. INTRODUCTION 31 • Market segmentation • Historical perspective • CMOS image sensor landscape by player • CMOS image sensor landscape by application • CMOS image sensor technology shift CMOS vs CCD • CMOS image sensor technology shift BSI vs FSI • CMOS image sensor technology shift 300mm vs 200mm 2. MARKET FORECAST 47 • 2016 CIS revenue breakdown by market • CIS volume shipment forecast 2010-2022 • CIS revenue forecast 2010-2022 • CIS average selling price forecast 2010-2022 • CIS wafer production forecast 2010-2022 3. ECOSYSTEM 61 • 2016 M&A activity in CIS • CMOS image sensor ecosystem • CMOS image sensor competitive landscape • CMOS image sensor ecosystem • Geographic mapping of CIS players • Geographic mapping of CIS foundries 4. PLAYERS & RANKINGS 71 • 2016 CIS revenue ranking by player • 2016 CIS production ranking by foundry • 2016 CIS player activity breakdown • 2016 CIS revenue mobile market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue photography market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue tablet market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue laptop PC market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue medical X-ray market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue security & surveillance market breakdown by player • 2016 CIS revenue machine vision market breakdown by player ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  7. 7. 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS (2/2) 5.1. MOBILE MARKET TRENDS 88 • Consumer electronics volume forecast • Consumer electronics revenue forecast • Who can afford a smartphone? • Revenue comparison • Mobile market volume forecast by phone type • Mobile market volume forecast by player • Market drivers • Mobile resolution mix forecast • Dual camera rollout scenario • 3D camera applications • Mobile market trends 5.2 OTHER CONSUMER MARKETTRENDS 111 • Consumer photography volume forecast • Action camera & drone volume forecast • 360° camera trend • AR/VR headset volume forecast • AR/VR headset trend • Wearable volume forecast • Consumer drone volume forecast • Consumer robotics volume forecast • Computing volume forecast 5.3. OTHER MARKET TRENDS 132 • Light vehicle volume forecast • Automotive imaging trend • Automotive camera volume forecast • Robotic vehicle trend • Medical CIS volume forecast • Medical CIS trend • Security & surveillance volume forecast • Machine vision volume forecast 6.TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 155 • Pixel / Resolution / Optical Format • From FSI to BSI to stacked BSI • Hybrid stack / Multi-stack • 3D imaging & sensing • Technology by players 7. CONCLUSION 193 8. COMPANY PROFILE 197 ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  8. 8. 8 Almalence, Ambarella, Apple, Agilent, ams, Arm, Axis, Basler, Bosch, Brigates, BYD, Caeleste, Canon, Clairpixel, CMOSIS, Cognex, Continental, Core Photonics, CSEM, Dongbu HiTek, DXO, Dynamax, ESPROS Photonics, Evg, Excelitas Technologies, Fairchild Imaging, Flir, Forza Silicon, Fotonic, Foxconn, Fraunhofer, Fujitsu, Fujifilm, GalaxyCore, Given Imaging, GoPro, Grace Valley, Hamamatsu, Hasselblad, Heliotis, Himax Imaging, Honeywell, Hoya, HTC, Huawei, Image Lab, IMEC, Infineon, Invisage, InvenSense, Kingpak, Konica Minolta, Lattice, Leap Motion, Leica, Lenovo, LFoundry, LG, Luxima, Magna, Mantis Vision, Medigus, Melexis, Mesa Imaging, Micron, Microsoft, Mobileye, Mobotix, Movidius, New Imaging Technologies, Nikon, NXP, Nvidia, Odos Imaging, Omnivision, Omron, ON Semiconductor, Panasonic, PerkinElmer, Philips, Pixart, PixelPlus, Pelco, PMD Technologies, Point Grey Research, Pyxalis, Raytrix, Rosnes, Samsung, Sanei Hytech, Sharp, SiliconFile, Sirona, SK Hynix, SMIC, Siemens, Socionext, Softkinetics, Soitec, Sony, STMicroelectronics, SuperPix, Teledyne e2v, Teledyne DALSA, Teradyne, Tessera, Toshiba, Trixell, TSMC, Toshiba Teli, TowerJazz, Tridicam, UMC, Valeo, Videantis, Viimagic, WLCSP, Xiaomi, X-Fab, Xintec, ZTE and more … COMPANIES CITED IN THE REPORT ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  9. 9. 9 WHAT WE GOT RIGHT, WHAT WE GOT WRONG Technology & market forecast challenge What we got right o Steady growth of CIS o Stacked BSI introduction and impact o Dual camera introduction and impact o Increasing role of consumer drones & robots o No specific “IoT” segment What we got wrong o Bigger than expected size of dual camera sensors o Impact of Mobileye – Tesla issue for automotive CIS o Lower than expected computing market o Higher than expected security market o Emergence of theVR segment ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  10. 10. 10 ABOUT THE AUTORS OF THIS REPORT Biography & contact Pierre Cambou From 1999, Pierre Cambou has been part of the imaging industry. Pierre took several positions atThomsonTCS which became Atmel Grenoble in 2001 and e2v Semiconductors in 2006. In 2012 he founded a start-up calledVence Innovation (now Irlynx) in order to bring to market a disruptive Man to Machine interaction technology. He has an Engineering degree from Université de Technologie de Compiègne and a Master of Science fromVirginiaTech. More recently he graduated with an MBA from Grenoble Ecole de Management. He joinedYole Développement as Imaging Activity Leader in 2014. Contact: cambou@yole.fr Jean-Luc Jaffard From 1966 Jean-Luc Jaffard paved the way of imaging activity at STMicroelectronics being at the forefront of the emergence and growth of this business. At STMicroelectronics Imaging Division he was successively appointed as Research Development and Innovation Director managing a large multidisciplinary and multicultural team and later on promoted to Deputy General Manager and Advanced Technology Director in charge of identifying and developing breakthrough Imaging Technologies and to transform them into innovative and profitable products. In 2010 he was appointed STMicroelectronics Intellectual Property Business Unit Director. In January 2014 he created the Technology and Innovation branch of Red Belt Conseil. ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
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  12. 12. 12 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Revenue($M) Historical CIS revenue forecast (in $M) 2010 Fcst 2012 Fcst 2014 Fcst 2015 Fcst 2016 Fcst 2017 Fcst WHAT WE GOT RIGHT,WHAT WE GOT WRONG CIS Forecast over the years We are raising again our forecast for CMOS Image Sensors. Mostly driven by dual camera approaches and the introduction of new sensors in smartphones, the 2017 CIS forecast is above previous forecast releases. Our goal is to predict the market +/-10% in 5 years time ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  13. 13. 13 6TH CMOS IMAGE SENSOR REPORT • The CMOS Image Sensor market has reached $11.5B in 2016 and Yole is maintaining a 10.5% CAGR forecast for the 2016-2022 period mainly due to the penetration of additional cameras in smartphone supporting functionalities such as optical zoom, biometry and 3D interactions. • Concerning the ecosystem CIS is now heavily dominated by 3 Asian heavyweights, Sony, Samsung and Omnivision, this last company adopting Chinese nationality beginning of 2016.The US has maintained a presence in the high end sector with On Semi for Machine vision and Automotive, and Teledyne for Machine vision and Medical. In Europe the rise of AMS and STM in the consumer sensing space is a notable development still in the making. • Market wise Mobile is dominating the revenues and the technology developments. New approaches such as hybrid stack and triple stack are driving new applications such as super slow motion and 3D sensing. The growth story in Automotive encountered a big hiccup involving Tesla and Mobileye, eventually solved into the $15B Intel purchase of Mobileye. Security is the nice story of the year boosted by the end of CCD and the new capabilities of IP cameras, probably the only significant IoT story so far. • Technology wise the domain is increasingly innovative, being at the forefront of 3D semiconductor technologies, quantum energy detection, artificial intelligence and more. It is a key part of much general trends including autonomous vehicles and the robotic revolution in general. CIS is a key market and a key technology
  14. 14. 14 Sony Samsung Omnivision On Semi Canon Panasonic SK Hynix STMicro Galaxycore Hamamatsu Pixelplus AMS Sharp Teledyne Dalsa Toshiba Teledyne e2v Himax Brigates Melexis Gpixel Excelitas 0 1 10 100 1 000 -100 100 300 500 700 900 1 100 1 300 1 500 1 700 1 900 AverageSellingPrice($) Volume Shipment (M units) 2016 - CIS market landscape by player CMOS IMAGE SENSOR LANDSCAPE 2016 CIS market landscape by player Sony maintains its market leadership leveraging its technology rooted in digital photography and applied to mobile It benefited from increased resolution of mobile cameras and demand for high quality pictures from the consumers. Sony is now twice bigger than its next competitor $4.8B $1,9B $0.3B Key Players High-End Players 2nd Tier Players Yole Développement © 2017 ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  15. 15. 15 2016 CIS REVENUE BREAKDOWN 2016 CIS Revenue breakdown By market (in $M) Mobile $6,666 $8,015 20% Consumer $1,430 $1,263 -12% Computing $869 $775 -11% Automotive $541 $585 8% Medical $34 $39 16% Security $427 $624 46% Industrial/Space/Defense $281 $297 5% TOTAL $10,248 $11,598 13.2% 2015 2016 YoY(%) ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  16. 16. 16 Rank (Previous) Company 2015 2016 YoY (%) 1 (1) Sony $3960 $4,858 23% 2 (2) Samsung $1,850 $2,126 15% 3 (3) Omnivision $1,250 $1,437 15% 4 (5) ON Semi $747 $717 -4% 5 (4) Panasonic $336 $387 15% 6 (7) Canon $404 $360 -11% 7 (8) SK Hynix $325 $310 -5% 8 (10) ST Micro $200 $290 45% 9 (9) Galaxycore $275 $286 4% 10 (11) Pixart $170 $181 6% 11 - Hamamatsu $96 $132 38% 12 (12) Pixelplus $93 $85 -9% 13 Other $542 $429 -21% $10,248 $11,598 2016 CIS REVENUE RANKING 2016 CIS Revenue ranking By player (in $M) ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image Sensor Industry
  17. 17. 17 Foundry 2015 2016 YoY (%) Sony 774 813 5.0% Samsung 634 676 6.6% Tsmc 444 459 3.4% Smic 200 195 -2.5% Sk Hynix 75 79 5.3% Tpsco 50 51 3.2% Dongbu 22 23 5.4% Canon 5 4 -8.5% Stm 1.7 1.7 -1.0% Hamamatsu 1.0 1.1 4.6% Umc 0.4 0.4 -16.3% Other 75 64 -14.9% TOTAL 2,281 2,367 3.8% 2016 CIS PRODUCTION RANKING 2016 CIS production ranking By foundry (in kWPY 12”eq.) ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image Sensor Industry
  18. 18. 18 CIS WAFER PRODUCTION FORECAST 2010–2022 By technology CIS is predominantly produced using “3D” stacked technology Since 2010 BSI technology took increasing market share. Since 2014 the stacked and BSI approach has become dominant. Production stagnated due to transfer to logic wafers (DIG). Hybrid stack technique will be predominantly used for specific sensors such as 3D imagers.
  19. 19. 19 WAFER PRODUCTION FORECAST 2010–2022 Silicon content assumption for mobile cameras Cameras are using more silicon Only the upper die is using CIS process 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017e 2018e 2019e 2020e 2021e 2022e AverageDieSurface(mm²) Total silicon surface - Smartphone cameras (in mm²) Smartphones Rear (incl dual) Smartphones Front (incl dual) Smartphones Rear Smartphones Front Transition to stacked BSI technology allowed for more silicon content with the same camera module footprint (roughly 10mm x 10mm x 5mm). The dual camera approach allows for more silicon per smartphone while silicon per camera start stagnating. Stacked BSI allowed for more silicon within the same footprint Dual cameras maintains growth of silicon content Die size typically 6.3mm x 4.7mm 30mm² x2 (stacked) Die size typically 5.0mm x 3.8mm 19mm² x2 (stacked) ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  20. 20. 20 MOBILE TECHNOLOGY TREND 3D Stacked BSI can be performed usingTSV or hybrid bonding The choice for interconnection depends on interconnection density required  Backside illumination will enable ~ 100% fill- factor! Stack BSI – 1st Gen Silicon Bulk TSVTSV Interco upper to lower wafer  Backside illumination will enable ~ 100% fill- factor! Stack BSI – 2nd Gen Silicon Bulk TSV  Backside illumination will enable ~ 100% fill- factor! Hybrid Stack BSI Silicon Bulk Interco upper to lower wafer Connection within pixels become possible ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  21. 21. 21 MOBILE MARKET TREND 3D cameras are at the fifth phase in the evolution of smartphone cameras. The majority of demand is for 10mm x 10mm x 5mm modules. Rear smartphone camera modules 10mm x 10mm 1mm x 1mm 5mm x 5mm © March 2017 $10 $5 $1 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 Smartphones: The size of main camera stops shrinking and a front facing camera is added. Module size and cost Camera phones: Innovation from Sharp in June 2000. 3D sensing module 2030 $20 20mm x 10mm $20B $10B Event #1 Event #2 Event #3 Event #4 Selfies: The size of front facing camera increases. Dual rear cameras: Improved photography thanks to a dual camera approach. Event #5 $5B Front smartphone camera module 3D sensing module: The front camera becomes a user interface. Market size $20B Market $10B Market $5B Market $1B ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  22. 22. 22 STATUS OF THE CIS INDUSTRY 2016 Conclusions • CMOS image sensor industry is maintaining its healthy growth pattern at 10.5% CAGR from 2016 to 2022. • Sony is the undisputed leader due to its role in Mobile, but competition is still open in many other dynamic markets such as Security and Automotive • Photography application is still at the centre of the mobile growth engine essentially due to dual camera approaches. The industry is on the verge of a massive transformation due to Augmented Reality applications involving 3D perception. • Technology innovation is taking no rest, after a period of stacked BSI introduction which is now the new normal, new techniques such as multi-stack and hybrid stack are enabling new features such full PDAF and super slow motion. • The key trend to use computing power to manipulate, enhance, and extract metrics from an image has resulted into the mega purchase of Mobileye by Intel for $15B. Stakes are indeed very high for the downstream usage of images. Healthy growth ahead ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
  23. 23. 23 IMAGE SENSORS APPLICATION: WHAT IS NEXT A roadmap for the next 10 years Technology shift of 2020 will be related to AI Technology x Market penetration 20242016 2018 2020 2022 2026 ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry Computational photography Interaction capability ADAS Level 2 assistance ADAS Level 3 autonomy ADAS Level 4 & Robotic vehicles IP cameras Analytics Behavioral analysis Augmented reality Ambiant intelligence Augmentation capability Sensing & Computing era Artificial Intelligence era Cognition era Robotic Buttler Drones 2014 2028
  24. 24. 24 IMAGE SENSOR TECHNOLOGIE : WHAT IS NEXT A roadmap for the next 20 years From “vision for imaging” to “vision for sensing” 1900 1980 2020 2030 2040 2045 Technology x Market Penetration Acceleration :The speed in technology change doubles every technology shift Era of Photography 5 years10 years20 years40 years80 years Era of Machine Sensing Main Players could change Proximity Sensor Autofocus Single Photon Imagers Multi Wavelength Imagers Next Era Sensor Fusion ? Human Vision Enhancement ? 3D Time of Flight By 2030 new technologies serving machine sensing could become dominant Event based imagers Holographic imagers? ©2017 | www.yole.fr | Status of the CMOS image sensor industry
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  26. 26. It’s ten years down the line from the initial Apple iPhone that started the smartphone era. Since then, CMOS imaging has benefited from huge market demand and a technology-driven environment, resulting in an $11.6B industry in 2016. Photography and video is the main application, which has been totally transformed by new use cases, new devices and new technologies. The mobile market is key for the CMOS image sensor (CIS) industry. Despite saturation in the number of handsets, the CIS market is able to maintain a 10.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the 2016-2022 period due to the introduction of dual and 3D cameras. These additional cameras are changing the industry’s drivers from form factor and image quality to interactivity. Penetration into higher added value markets such as automotive, security and medical shows that CIS products are transforming use cases across the board. CIS technology adoption allows greater automation levels at low cost, while using newly available computing architectures such as deep learning. The CMOS image sensor industry is currently in a virtuous circle where a new technology is providing true customer value. Besides the transformation of current applications, new applications such as drone photography, biometric identification, and augmented reality are relying on CIS innovation. All these new applications are part of the story told in the ‘2017 Status of the CIS Industry’ report. STATUS OF THE CMOS IMAGE SENSOR INDUSTRY 2017 Market & Technology report - June 2017 NEW APPLICATIONS ARE TRANSFORMING THE MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY PLAYING FIELD FOR CMOS IMAGE SENSORS New use cases and applications are transforming the CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) landscape KEY FEATURES OF THE REPORT Get the sample of the report on www.i-Micronews.com • 2016 CIS revenue breakdown by market • 2016 CIS revenue ranking by player • 2016 CIS production ranking by foundry • CIS volume shipment forecast by application 2010-2022 • CIS revenue forecast by application 2010-2022 • CIS average selling price forecast by application 2010-2022 • CIS wafer production forecast by application 2010-2022 WHAT’S NEW • 2016-2022 forecast • 2016 MA activity • Ecosystem update • Dual and 3D camera trends for mobile • Automotive camera adoption curve • Security camera trend • 3D stacking technology update REPORT OBJECTIVES Ecosystem identification and analysis: • Determination of the range of applications • Technical market segmentation • Market trends and forecasts • Key players by market, and analysis Analysis and description of markets and technologies involved: • Detailed applications for each market segment • Major players worldwide • Technology trends • Main technical challenges (Yole Développement, June 2017) Image sensor application: what is next BEYOND $11.6B IN 2016, THE CIS ECOSYSTEM HAS NOT BECOME THE OLIGOPOLY WE WOULD HAVE EXPECTED Sony has established itself as industry leader, market and technology wise. However, the 2016 earthquake in Japan slowed down its operation and helped maintain the growth of its close competitors. Indeed, despite Toshiba’s exit from the market, two thirds of players have seen growth in the last year. Samsung, Omnivision and Panasonic have delivered 15% year-on-year growth. Those large players are increasing the weight Asia carries in the CIS industry. In the US, On Semi has suffered from the public relations mess that followed a fatal crash involving Tesla’s semi-autonomous driving system, which included a Mobileye sensor. Automotive cameras Technology x market penetration 20242016 2018 2020 2022 2026 Computational photography Interaction capability ADAS Level 2 assistance ADAS level 3 autonomy ADAS level 4 Robotic vehicles IP cameras Analytics Behavioral analysis Augmented reality Ambiant intelligence Augmentation capability Sensing computing era Artificial intelligence era Cognition era Robotic buttler Drones
  27. 27. STATUS OF THE CMOS IMAGE SENSOR INDUSTRY 2017 (Yole Développement, June 2017) 2016 CIS revenue breakdown SPEED OF TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION MIRRORS THE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FRENZY (Yole Développement, June 2017) Image sensor technology: what is next A CMOS image sensor is an analog device using a digital process. Therefore, the industry has been following a key principle of “one application, one pixel, one process”. This probably explains the dynamism of the ecosystem and the ability of different players to coexist in different markets. On Semi, Teledyne, ams and STMicroelectronics all provide perfect examples of successful differentiating strategies. The impact of 3D semiconductors is currently a key element of the competition. Samsung has finally joined Sony as a provider of stacked back-side illuminated (BSI) sensors. Omnivision and SK Hynix will also soon launch this technology. Meanwhile, SMIC and STMicroelectronics will probably be the next players to unveil their versions of stacked technology. Increases in CIS production capacity have momentarily stopped due to this stacked trend. This is currently mainly due to Sony, which can source its logic wafers from TSMC. In coming years Sony, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, HLMC and SK Hynix will all announce extra CIS capacity in order to meet market demand, despite stacked BSI adoption. Imagesensorshavebecomeasignificantsemiconductor segment alongside processors and memories. They still provide a technology-driven environment that is profit-friendly despite fierce competition. The outcome of the competition depends on a combination of application pull and technology fit. To help judge that, this report is aimed at giving the best possible snapshot of the current status of the CIS industry. Purchasers can therefore use it in order to proactively benefit from the next wave of innovations. are safety-critical and therefore the reaction is strong if performance does not match expectations. Tesla being cleared by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Intel’s $15B purchase of Mobileye should quickly put this application and affiliated players back on the growth track. Moving along the technology ladder proved to be difficult for SK Hynix, which was not able to switch quickly enough toward 8MP image sensors requiring 300mm wafer diameter operations. Another noticeable activity has been STMicroelectronics’ revival of its CIS business through the development of 3D ‘Time of Flight’ (ToF) devices. These devices have had the ability to move from proximity to distance rangers and then fully fledged 3D cameras. They will probably be the biggest event of the end of 2017, if they materialize in the Apple iPhone 8 as is rumored. Sony 42% Samsung 18% Omnivision 12% On Semi 6% Panasonic 3% Canon 3% SK Hynix 3% STMicro 3% Galaxycore 2% Pixart 2% Hamamatsu 1% Pixelplus 1% Other 4% 2015 $10.3B 2016 $11.6B 1900 1980 2020 2030 2040 2045 Technology x Market Penetration Acceleration :The speed in technology change doubles every technology shift Era of Photography 5 years10 years20 years40 years80 years Era of Machine Sensing Main Players could change Proximity Sensor Autofocus Single Photon Imagers Multi Wavelength Imagers Next Era Sensor Fusion ? Human Vision Enhancement ? 3D Time of Flight By 2030 new technologies serving machine sensing could become dominant Event based imagers Holographic imagers?
  28. 28. Find more details about this report here: MARKET TECHNOLOGY REPORT Glossary 2 Table of contents 3 Report objectives 6 Methodology 8 Companies cited 13 Executive summary 14 Introduction 31 Market segmentation Historical perspective CMOS image sensor landscape by player CMOS image sensor landscape by application CMOS image sensor technology shift CMOS vs CCD CMOS image sensor technology shift BSI vs FSI CMOS image sensor technology shift 300mm vs 200mm Market forecast 47 2016 CIS revenue breakdown by market CIS volume shipment forecast 2010-2022 CIS revenue forecast 2010-2022 CIS average selling price forecast 2010-2022 CIS wafer production forecast 2010-2022 Ecosystem 61 2016 MA activity in CIS CMOS image sensor ecosystem CMOS image sensor competitive landscape Geographic mapping of CIS players Geographic mapping of CIS foundries Players and rankings 71 2016 CIS revenue ranking by player 2016 CIS production ranking by foundry 2016 CIS player activity breakdown 2016 CIS revenue mobile market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue photography market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue tablet market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue laptop PC market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue medical X-ray market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue security and surveillance market breakdown by player 2016 CIS revenue machine vision market breakdown by player Mobile market trends 88 Consumer electronics volume forecast Consumer electronics revenue forecast Who can afford a smartphone? Revenue comparison Mobile market volume forecast by phone type Mobile market volume forecast by player Market drivers Mobile resolution mix forecast Dual camera rollout scenario 3D camera applications Mobile market trends Other consumer market trends 111 Consumer photography volume forecast Action camera and drone volume forecast 360° camera trend AR/VR headset volume forecast AR/VR headset trend Wearable volume forecast Consumer drone volume forecast Consumer robotics volume forecast Computing volume forecast Other market trends 132 Light vehicle volume forecast Automotive imaging trend Automotive camera volume forecast Robotic vehicle trend Medical CIS volume forecast Medical CIS trend Security and surveillance volume forecast Machine vision volume forecast Technology trends 155 Pixel/Resolution/Optical Format From FSI to BSI to stacked BSI Hybrid stack/Multi-stack 3D imaging and sensing Technology by players Conclusion 193 Yole Développement presentation 197 TABLE OF CONTENTS (complete content on i-Micronews.com) COMPANIES CITED IN THE REPORT (non exhaustive list) Almalence, Ambarella, Apple, Agilent, Arm, Axis, ams Basler, Bosch, Brigates, BYD, Caeleste, Canon, Clairpixel, CMOSIS, Cognex, Continental, Core Photonics, CSEM, Dongbu HiTek, DXO, Dynamax, ESPROS Photonics, Evg, Excelitas Technologies, Fairchild Imaging, Flir, Forza Silicon, Fotonic, Foxconn, Fraunhofer, Fujitsu, Fujifilm, GalaxyCore, Given Imaging, GoPro, Grace Valley, Hamamatsu, Hasselblad, Heliotis,HimaxImaging,Honeywell,Hoya,HTC,Huawei,ImageLab,IMEC,Infineon,Invisage,InvenSense, Kingpak, Konica Minolta, Lattice, Leap Motion, Leica, Lenovo, LFoundry, LG, Luxima, Magna, Mantis Vision, Medigus, Melexis, Mesa Imaging, Micron, Microsoft, Mobileye, Mobotix, Movidius, New Imaging Technologies, Nikon, NXP, Nvidia, Odos Imaging, Omnivision, Omron, ON Semiconductor, Panasonic, PerkinElmer, Philips, Pixart, PixelPlus, Pelco, PMD Technologies, Point Grey Research, Pyxalis, Raytrix, Rosnes, Samsung, Sanei Hytech, Sharp, SiliconFile, Sirona, Soft Kinetic, SK Hynix, SMIC, Siemens, Socionext, Soitec, Sony, STMicroelectronics, SuperPix, Teledyne e2v, Teledyne DALSA, Teradyne, Tessera, Toshiba, Trixell, TSMC, Toshiba Teli, TowerJazz, Tridicam, UMC, Valeo, Videantis, Viimagic, WLCSP, Xiaomi, X-Fab, Xintec, ZTE and more… • Imaging Technologies for Automotive 2016 • STMicroelectronics Time of Flight Proximity Sensor in the Apple iPhone 7 Plus • 3D TSV and 2.5D Business Update - Market and Technology Trends 2017 • Solid-State Medical Imaging 2017 • Mobileye EyeQ3® Automotive Vision-Based SoC Find all our reports on www.i-micronews.com RELATED REPORTS Benefit from our Bundle Annual Subscription offers and access our analyses at the best available price and with great advantages AUTHORS From 1999, Pierre Cambou has been part of the imaging industry. Pierre took several positions at Thomson TCS which became Atmel Grenoble in 2001 and e2v Semiconductors in 2006. In 2012 he founded a start-up called Vence Innovation (now Irlynx) in order to bring to market a disruptive infrared interaction technology. He has an Engineering degree from Université de Technologie de Compiègne Tech. More recently he graduated from Grenoble Ecole de Management’s MBA. He joined Yole Développement as Imaging Activity Leader in 2014. From 1996 to 1999 Jean-Luc Jaffard paved the way of imaging activity at STMicroelectronics being at the forefront of the emergence and growth of this business. At STMicroelectronics Imaging division he has been appointed Research Development and Innovation Director managing a large multidisciplinary and multicultural team and was later on promoted Deputy General Manager and Advanced Technology Director in charge of identifying, sourcing or developing the breakthrough Imaging Technologies and Applications to transform them into innovative and profitable products. In 2010 he was appointed STMicroelectronics Intellectual Property Business Unit Director. In 2014 he created the Technology and Innovation branch of Red Belt Conseil, to support High Tech actors like SME, Research Institutes, Start-ups, Analysts, Investors and public authorities. Jean-Luc Jaffard owns multiple patents in semiconductor and Imaging domains and has been invited speaker in many conferences worldwide. He studied Electronic and Microelectronic and has been graduated from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité of Paris in 1979.
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  32. 32. 27©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement FIELDS OF EXPERTISE Yole Développement’s 35+ analysts operate in the following areas MEMS Sensors Compound Semi. Imaging Photonics MedTech Manufacturing Advanced Packaging Batteries / Energy Management Power Electronics Displays RF Devices Techno. Advanced Substrates Solid State Lighting (LED, OLED, …)
  33. 33. 28©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement 4 BUSINESS MODELS o Consulting and Analysis • Market data research, marketing analysis • Technology analysis • Strategy consulting • Reverse engineering costing • Patent analysis www.yole.fr o Reports • Market technology reports • Patent investigation and patent infringement risk analysis • Teardowns reverse costing analysis • Cost simulation tool www.i-Micronews.com/reports o Financial services • Due diligence • Fundraising • Maturation of companies • IP portfolio management optimization www.yole.fr www.bmorpho.com o Media • i-Micronews.com website • @Micronews e-newsletter • Communication webcast services • Events www.i-Micronews.com
  34. 34. 29©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement A GROUP OF COMPANIES Market, technology and strategy consulting www.yole.fr Due diligences www.yole.fr Manufacturing costs analysis Teardown and reverse engineering Cost simulation tools www.systemplus.fr IP analysis Patent assessment www.knowmade.fr Innovation and business maker www.bmorpho.com Test lab Expertise Research innovation www.piseo.fr
  35. 35. 30©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement OUR GLOBAL ACTIVITY 30%of our business 40%of our business 30%of our business Yole Inc. Greater China office Yole Japan HQ in Lyon Nantes Paris Nice Vénissieux Europe office Frankfurt Hsinchu Tokyo Phoenix Yole Korea Seoul
  36. 36. 31©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement ANALYSIS SERVICES - CONTENT COMPARISON Multi- Customers Action Technology and Market Report Leadership Meeting QA Service Depth of the analysis Breadthoftheanalysis Meet the Analyst Custom Analysis High High Low
  37. 37. 32©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement SERVING THE ENTIRE SUPPLY CHAIN Our analysts provide market analysis, technology evaluation, and business plan along the entire supply chain Integrators and end-users Device makers Suppliers: material, equipment, OSAT, foundries… Financial investors, RD centers
  38. 38. 33©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement SERVING MULTIPLE INDUSTRIAL FIELDS We are working across multiples industries to understand the impact of More-than- Moore technologies from device to system From A to Z… Transportation makers Mobile phone and consumer electronics Automotive Medical systems Industrial and defense Energy
  39. 39. 34©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement o Yole Développement publishes a comprehensive collection of market technology reports and patent analysis in: • MEMS Sensors • RF devices technologies • Imaging • Medical technologies (MedTech) • Photonics • Advanced packaging • Manufacturing • Advanced substrates • Power electronics • Batteries and energy management • Compound semiconductors • Solid state lighting • Displays o You are looking for: • An analysis of your product market • A review of your competitors evolution • An understanding of your manufacturing and production costs • An understanding of your industry technology roadmap and related IPs • A clear view on the evolution of the supply chain The combined team of 60+ experts (PhDs, MBAs, industry veterans…) from Yole Développement, System Plus Consulting and KnowMade, collect information, identify the trends, the challenges, the emerging markets, the competitive environments and turn it into results to give you a complete picture of your industry landscape. In the past 19 years, we worked on more than 2 000 projects, interacting with technology professional and high level opinion makers from the main players of the industry. o Every year, Yole Développement, System Plus Consulting and Knowmade publish +120 reports. Gain full benefit from our Bundle and Annual Subscription offers. REPORTS COLLECTION www.i-Micronews.com
  40. 40. 35©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement OUR 2017 REPORTS PLANNING (1/2) MARKET ANDTECHNOLOGY REPORTS byYole Développement o MEMS SENSORS − Acoustic MEMS and Audio Solutions 2017 − 3D Imaging Sensing 2017 − Microspectrometers Markets and Applications 2017 − Status of the MEMS Industry 2017* − MEMS Sensors for Automotive 2017 − High End Inertial Sensors for Defense and Industrial Applications 2017* − Magnetic Sensors Market and Technologies 2017 − Sensors and Sensing Modules for Smart Homes and Buildings 2017 − Sensing and Display for AR/VR/MR 2017 − MEMS Packaging 2017 − Fingerprint Sensor Applications and Technologies - Consumer Market Focus 2017 o RF DEVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES − RF Front End Modules and Components for Cellphones 2017 − Advanced RF SiP for Cellphones 2017 − 5G and Beyond (Vol 1): Impact on RF Industry, from Infrastructure to Terminals 2017 − 5G and Beyond (Vol 2): RF Materials Platform, from Infrastructure to Terminals 2017 − RF Technologies for Automotive Applications 2017 − GaN and Si LDMOS Market and Technology Trends for RF Power 2017 o MANUFACTURING − Glass Substrate Manufacturing 2017 − Equipment Materials for Fan Out Technology 2017 − Equipment and Materials for 3D TSV Applications 2017 − Emerging Non Volatile Memories 2017* o MEDTECH − Status of the Microfluidics Industry 2017 − Solid State Medical Imaging 2017 − Connected Medical Devices: the Internet of Medical Things 2017 − Sensors for Medical Robotics 2017 − Artificial Organs: Market Technology Analysis 2017 − Organs-on-a Chip 2017 o ADVANCED PACKAGING − Advanced Substrates Overview 2017 − Status of the Advanced Packaging Industry 2017 − Fan Out Packaging: Market Technology Trends 2017* − 3D Business Update: Market Technology Trends 2017* − Advanced QFN: Market Technology Trends 2017** − Inspection and Metrology for Advanced Packaging Platform 2017** − MEMS Packaging 2017 − Advanced Packaging for Memories 2017 − Advanced RF SiP for Cellphones 2017 − Power Packaging Market and Technology Trends 2017 − Embedded Die Packaging: Technologies and Markets Trends 2017 o IMAGING OPTOELECTRONICS − 3D Imaging Sensing 2017 − Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2017* − Camera Module for Consumer and Automotive Applications 2017* − Uncooled Infrared Imaging Technology Market Trends 2017* − Solid State Medical Imaging 2017 o BATTERY AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT − Status of Battery Industry for Stationary, Automotive and Consumer Applications *2016 version still available / **To be confirmed
  41. 41. 36©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement OUR 2017 REPORTS PLANNING (2/2) o POWER ELECTRONICS − Status of Power Electronics Industry 2017* − Silicon Power Mosfet: Market and Technology Trends 2017 − IGBT Market and Technology Trends 2017 − Power Packaging Market and Technology Trends 2017 − Power SiC 2017: Materials, Devices, and Applications* − Power GaN 2017: Materials, Devices, and Applications* − Materials Market Opportunities for Cellphone Thermal Management (Battery Cooling, Fast Charging, Data Processing, Battery Cooling, etc.) 2017 − Gate Driver Market and Technology Trends 2017 − Power Management ICs Market Quarterly Update 2017 − Power Electronics for Electrical Aircraft, Rail and Buses 2017** − Thermal Management for LED and Power 2017 o COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS − Power SiC 2017: Materials, Devices, and Applications* − Power GaN 2017: Materials, Devices, and Applications* − GaN and Si LDMOS Market and Technology Trends for RF Power 2017 − 5G and Beyond (Vol 2): RF Materials Platform, from Infrastructure to Terminals 2017 − Bulk GaN Substrate Market 2017 o DISPLAYS − MicroLED Displays 2017 − Display for Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality 2017 − Quantum Dots for Display Applications 2017 − Phosphors Quantum Dots 2017 - LED Downconverters for Lighting Displays − Organic Thin Film Transistor 2016: Flexible Displays and Other Applications − Automotive Lighting 2017 - Technology, Industry and Market Trends o SOLID STATE LIGHTING − UV LEDs 2017 - Technology, Manufacturing and Application Trends* − Horticultural Lighting 2017 - Technology, Industry and Market Trends − Automotive Lighting 2017 - Technology, Industry and Market Trends* − Active Imaging and Lidar 2017 (Vol 2) - IR Lighting** − LED Lighting Module 2017 - Technology, Industry and Market Trends − IR LEDs and Lasers - Technology Applications and Industry Trends 2017 − Phosphors Quantum Dots 2017 - LED Downconverters for Lighting Displays − MicroLED Displays 2017 − CSP LED Lighting Module 2017 − LED Packaging 2017 − Thermal Management for LED and Power 2017 PATENT ANALYSIS by Knowmade − Consumer Physics SCiO Molecular Sensor Patent-to-Product Mapping 2017 − Patent Licensing Companies in the Semiconductor Market - Patent Litigation − Risk and Potential Targets 2017 − MEMS Microphone: Patent Landscape Analysis 2017 − MEMS Microphone: Knowles’ Patent Portfolio Analysis 2017 − Microbolometer: Patents Used in Products 2017 − Microfluidic Technologies for Diagnostic Applications Patent Landscape 2017 − Micropumps: Patent Landscape Analysis 2017 − GaN Technology: Top-100 IP Profiles 2017 − MicroLEDs: Patent Landscape Analysis 2017 − Consumer Physics SCiO Molecular Sensor Patent-to-Product Mapping 2017 − Uncooled Infrared Imaging: Patent Landscape Analysis 2017 − 3D Monolithic Memory: Patent Landscape Analysis 2017 TEARDOWN REVERSE COSTING by System Plus Consulting More than 60 teardowns and reverse costing analysis and cost simulation tools to be published in 2017.*2016 version still available / **To be confirmed
  42. 42. 37©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement OUR 2016 PUBLISHED REPORTS LIST (1/2) MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY REPORTS by Yole Développement o MEMS SENSORS − Gas Sensors Technology and Market 2016 − Status of the MEMs Industry 2016 − Sensors for Cellphones and Tablets 2016 − Market and Technology Trends of Inkjet Printheads 2016 − Sensors for Biometry and Recognition 2016 − Silicon Photonics 2016 o IMAGING OPTOELECTRONICS − Status of the CMOS Image Sensor Industry 2016 − Uncooled Infrared Imaging Technology Market Trends 2016 − Imaging Technologies for Automotive 2016 − Sensors for Drones Robots: Market Opportunities and Technology Evolution 2016 o MEDTECH − BioMEMS 2016 − Point of Care Testing 2016: Application of Microfluidic Technologies o ADVANCED PACKAGING − Embedded Die Packaging: Technology and Market Trends 2017 − 2.5D 3D IC TSV Interconnect for Advanced Packaging: Business Update 2016 − Fan-Out: Technologies and Market Trends 2016 − Fan-In Packaging: Business update 2016 − Status and Prospects for the Advanced Packaging Industry in China 2016 o MANUFACTURING − Thin Wafer Processing and Dicing Equipment Market 2016 − Emerging Non Volatile Memories 2016 o COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTORS − Power GaN 2016: Epitaxy and Devices, Applications and Technology Trends − GaN RF Devices Market: Applications, Players, Technology and substrates 2016 − Sapphire Applications Market 2016: from LED to Consumer Electronics − Power SiC 2016: Materials, Devices, Modules, and Applications o LED − UV LED Technology, Manufacturing and Applications Trends 2016 − OLED for Lighting 2016 – Technology, Industry and Market Trends − Automotive Lighting: Technology, Industry and Market Trends 2016 − Thermal Management Technology and Market Perspectives in Power Electronics and LEDs 2017 − Organic Thin Film Transistor 2016: Flexible Displays and Other Applications − Sapphire Applications Market 2016: from LED to Consumer Electronics − LED Packaging 2017: Market, Technology and Industry Landscape o POWER ELECTRONICS − Power Electronics for EV/HEV 2016: Market, Innovations and Trends − Status of Power Electronics Industry 2016 − Passive Components Technologies and Market Trends for Power Electronics 2016 − Power SiC 2016: Materials, Devices, Modules, and Applications − Power GaN 2016: Epitaxy and Devices, Applications, and Technology Trends − Inverter Technologies Trends Market Expectations 2016 − Opportunities for Power Electronics in Renewable Electricity Generation 2016 − Thermal Management Technology and Market Perspectives in Power Electronics and LEDs 2017 − GaN RF Devices Market: Applications, Players, Technology and substrates 2016 o BATTERY AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT − Beyond Li-ion Batteries: Present and Future Li-ion Technology Challengers 2016 − Stationary Storage and Automotive Li-ion Battery Packs 2016 − Opportunities for Power Electronics in Renewable Electricity Generation 2016
  43. 43. 38©2017 | www.yole.fr | About Yole Développement OUR 2016 PUBLISHED REPORTS LIST (2/2) PATENT ANALYSIS by Knowmade − Microbattery Patent Landscape Analysis − Miniaturized Gas Sensors Patent Landscape Analysis − 3D Cell Culture Technologies Patent Landscape − Phosphors and QDs for LED Applications Patent Landscape − TSV Stacked Memory Patent Landscape − Fan-Out Wafer Level Packaging Patent Landscape Analysis TEARDOWN REVERSE COSTING by System Plus Consulting More than 45 teardowns and reverse costing analysis and cost simulation tools published in 2016. MORE INFORMATION o All the published reports from the Yole Group of Companies are available on our website www.i-Micronews.com. o Ask for our Bundle and Annual Subscription offers: With our bundle offer, you choose the number of reports you are interested in and select the related offer. You then have up to 12 months to select the required reports from the Yole Développement, System Plus Consulting and KnowMade offering. Pay once and receive the reports automatically (multi-user format). Contact your sales team according to your location (see the last slide).
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