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Photonic materials are key for effective functioning of lasers, optical fibers, sensors, and imaging systems, which are key to applications such as electronics and telecommunication, displays, sensing and measurements in manufacturing industries, and in health care, security, space exploration, oil and gas, and automobile industries. They are used for data storage, and in communication networks, and sensors. This research service (RS) titled “Advances in Photonic Materials (Technical Insights)” reviews the technology development in the field of photonic materials and maps the materials to their applications in end products in various industries.
Briefly, this research service provides:
•A snapshot of photonic materials, industry value chain, and technology capability.
•An overview of materials used through various processes in key application sectors.
•An overview of key drivers and challenges that could impact the commercial adoption of photonic materials.
•Review of recent developments and their impact on the end users of specific industries.
•A brief snapshot of key patents that provide an insight into notable activities and global participants.
•A detailed list of contacts in this field.
Photonic materials with three dimensional (3D) structures would be gaining popularity for research and development purposes, especially in the field of electronics and communication.
Industry sectors such as commercial, electronics & telecommunication, medical & healthcare, defense & security, and automotive would be the major application areas in the next two to three years.
It is expected that industries not conventionally employing photonic materials such as precision agriculture and packaging industries would be penetrated by photonic materials especially with increasing use of sensors and fiber optics.
Green photonics and faster communications would drive the growth of the market. The market growth can further be improved if the gap between research activities and applications can be narrowed down.
Innovative photonic materials in addition to conventional silicon and glass based materials are being researched, broadening functioning properties of the material.
Photonic materials are part of complex chain that fabricates photonic products such as cameras, which are the part of larger products that are photonic-enabled, for instance, in this case, smartphones.
Innovative unconventional applications would be enabled using photonic materials, such as, smart wine bug or invisibility cloak.
•Any material that absorbs or emits light can be considered as a photonic material.
•These materials can be developed using metals and polymers in which the properties of the material alter or transmits light through periodic modulation in the structure.
•The property of the material depends on: - Wavelength of the light - Periodic structure of the materials - Direction in which the light is propagating.
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