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世界のワイヤレス給電技術予測(第1版):ワイヤレス給電レシーバーICとワイヤレス給電トランスミッタIC
Wireless Charging Technology: Receiver and Transmitter ICs Worldwide Forecasts, First Edition
■商品番号 darnellfeb09 ■出版日 2015-02-09
■出版社 Darnell Group, Inc. ■ページ数 106
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この調査レポートは、世界のワイヤレス給電(ワイヤレス充電)技術とワイヤレス給電レシーバーとトランスミッタ向けIC市場を調査・予測しています。

主なトピック
ワイヤレス給電概観
新動向と進化
規格と規制の進化
ワイヤレス給電技術の進化
パートナーシップとビジネス連携
ワイヤレス給電の課題
ワイヤレス給電向けIC市場概観
ワイヤレス給電レシーバーIC技術予測
ワイヤレス給電トランスミッタIC技術予測
ワイヤレス給電の供給用途予測
ワイヤレス給電レシーバーICの用途別予測
ワイヤレス給電トランスミッタICの用途別予測
競争環境
市場シェア分析
企業情報
付録:世界のワイヤレス給電IC市場(予測飽和分析)

Summary

Topic Covered:
Wireless Charging Overview
Emerging Trends and Developments
Standards and Regulatory Developments
Developments in Wireless Charging Technology
Partnerships and Business Alliances
Challenges to Wireless Power Charging
Wireless Power Charging IC Market Overview
Wireless Power Receiver IC Technology Forecasts
Wireless Power Transmitter IC Technology Forecasts
Wireless Power Supply Application Forecasts
Wireless Power Receiver IC Forecasts by Application
Wireless Power Transmitter IC Forecasts by Application
Competitive Environment
Market Share Analysis
Company Profiles
Appendix: Worldwide Wireless Charging IC Market (Projected Saturation Analysis)

Executive Summary

The wireless power charging IC market is projected to see tremendous growth over the next five years, with a dollar market increasing from $284.3 million in 2015 to over $2.8 billion in 2020, a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 58.7%. The wireless power charging market covered in this report is made up of both wireless charging receiver ICs and transmitter ICs.

Although this report presents the wireless charging market in five categories: Consumer, Computers, Industrial, Medical and Military, it is an emerging technology and there are no traditional applications within these categories to rely on to lead the way. The further growth of wireless charging power is entirely dependent on the growth of wireless charging penetration rates in a number of key applications such as mobile phones and tablets.

The large mobile phone market will continue to dominate the global wireless power charging market throughout the forecast period. Specifically, further wireless charging growth in the rest of the applications covered in this report will depend on the growth of the wireless charging penetration rate within the mobile phone industry. If mobile phone penetration is unable to progress at a rate approaching 30-50% by 2020, the future of ubiquitous wireless charging will be in serious jeopardy

For the purpose of this report, the worldwide market includes four regions: North America, Europe, Asia and the rest of the world (ROW). The Darnell Group expects to see considerable growth for the wireless charging IC unit market over the forecast period in each of these regions. Overall, the worldwide unit wireless charging IC market will grow from 135.2 million units in 2015 to over 1.4 billion units in 2020, a CAGR of 61.7%.

The development of wireless power charging isn't about just reducing the number of external ac-dc power supplies in the world it's about increasing the capability of wirelessly powered devices in everything from cellphones and tablets to automobiles and industrial tools and sensors. The elimination of the need to maintain multiple external power supplies, one for each electronic device, has long been a goal for both the consumers and manufacturers of consumer electronics equipment and over the past several years there have been a number of developments moving the industry towards this goal.

One of the more challenging aspects of wireless charging adoption for both manufacturers and users of electronic applications is the current mix of standards in place. Progress has been limited by the fact that no universally adopted standard is available and this has hindered development. Understandably, device manufacturers want infrastructure in place before they commit to mass production of their products and infrastructure manufacturers want devices in place before they commit to mass production.

Over the past several years there have been three primary organizations working towards the establishment of a working wireless standard. Each of these three bodies has their respective technologies and has the backing of a large number of industry participants. They include the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) and the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP).

The standards that have been developed or are under development by each of these three bodies differ. However they typically define requirements for transmitters designed to deliver power, receivers for mobile phones that will use the power and a specific communications protocol for the devices. In January 2015, the A4WP and the PMA announced that they had signed a Letter of Intent to merge. This development is projected to play an important role in the strengthening of standards and the further development of wireless charging power.

In a development likely to have considerable impact on the drive towards wireless charging, the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Working Group is attempting to establish the IEEE P2100.1 Standard Specifications for Wireless Power and Charging Systems. It is the first in a series of anticipated standards addressing parallel wireless power and charging technology specifications. The IEEE is seeking to establish an interoperable standard that will allow users to wirelessly power and recharge smartphones and other mobile devices.

Specifically, IEEE P2100.1 will establish parallel specifications for wireless power and charging for both transmitter and receiver devices, with an initial focus on inductive (or tightly) coupled technologies. When completed and approved, IEEE P2100.1 will offer advantages and benefits over a wide range of markets including consumer electronics and appliances, electric vehicles, medical devices, and more. As the interest in loosely coupled systems increases, the working group will adapt to focus on this technology and incorporate this into the standard as well.

One of the biggest challenges wireless power charging has to overcome is the level of efficiency when compared to the traditional use of wired power. Regulatory standards regarding efficiency may prove one of the biggest obstacles to the adoption of wireless charging. The California Energy Commission (CEC), Level V, mandates that ac adapters meet a minimum efficiency of 85%. It remains to be seen if wireless charging technology can meet this requirement.

Additional forecasts in this report include both low and medium power receiver and transmitter ICs for both Wireless Power Consortium Qi technology and A4WP technology. Driven by the large mobile phone market, over the forecast period the receiver IC market is projected to be dominated by Qi technology, while the transmitter IC market will have a higher percentage of A4WP technology. For the purpose of this report, the A4WP and PMA products have been combined.

Among the additional areas to watch are advances in IC technology, in particular advanced semiconductor developments which are moving towards circuits with dual-mode wireless power capability, components and materials, and advances in digital power technology. Also important to observe are a number of long-term alliances and partnerships as well as developments in standards and regulations, efficiency and standby power requirements and the clear long-term shift from first generation (tightly-coupled) to second-generation (flexibly-coupled) wireless power transfer technologies.

This report contains over 45 tables, graphs and illustrations covering the wireless charging market. The focus of this comprehensive analysis will be to provide decision makers and manufacturers and operations with a detailed and insightful look at the current and future opportunities available in the wireless charger IC market.

Countries Covered

World

Companies Mentioned

Acer
Active-Semi
Alps Electric Co. Ltd.
Amazon
Andreessen Horowitz
Apple
Asus
ATT
Audi
BMW
Bosch
Broadcom
Cadillac
California Energy Commission (CEC)
Canon
Cisco
COBY
Coffee Bean
Consumer Electronics for Automotive Group (CE4A)
Continental
Convenient Power
Daimler
Dell
Delphi
Delphi Wireless
Delta Airlines
Dialog Semiconductor
Direct TV
Dong Hwa
DuPont
Duracell
Energizer
Energous Corporation
Flextronics
Fraunhofer Institute
Fujifilm
Fujitsu
General Motors
German Association of the Automotive Industry
Gill Electronics
Google
HELLA KGaA Hueck & Co.
Hewlett Packard
Huawei
Humavox
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Integrated Device Technologies (IDT)
Intel
Intel Capital
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
JCDecaux SA
Jeep
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Kube Systems
Leggett & Platt
Lenovo
LG
Linear Technology
Marriott Hotels
McDonalds
MediaTek
Microsoft
Mixed Analog Power Solutions (MAPS)
Motorola
Nikon
Nokia
Nokia Siemens Network
NXP Semiconductor
Ossia
Panasonic
Paul Vahle GmbH
Porsche
Power Matters Alliance
PowerbyProxi
PowerGen
Powermat Technologies
Proctor and Gamble
Qualcomm
ROHM Semiconductor
Samsung
Samsung Electro-Mechanics
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Solar Energy Systems ISE
Sony
Starbucks
TDK Corp.
TE Connectivity
Texas Instruments
Toshiba
Toshiba America Electric Components Inc.
Tower Jazz
Tower Semiconductor
Toyota
Triune Systems
uBeam
University of Auckland
Upfront Ventures
Verizon
Vishay
Intertechnology
Volvo
VW
WiFi Alliance
Wireless Power Consortium
WiTricity
W・th Elektronik
ZTE


目次

Table of Contents

  • Introduction 8
  • Wireless Charging Overview 10
  • Emerging Trends and Developments 10
  • Standards and Regulatory Developments 10
  • Developments in Wireless Charging Technology 19
    • Inductive vs. Resonance Charging 19
    • Advancements in IC Technology 23
    • Advancements in Digital Technology 25
  • Partnerships and Business Alliances 26
  • Challenges to Wireless Power Charging 29
    • Efficiency and Standby Power 29
    • Foreign Object Detection and Safety Features 32
  • Wireless Power Charging IC Market Overview 33
  • Wireless Power Receiver IC Technology Forecasts 36
    • Qi Rx Low Power Forecasts 39
    • Qi Rx Medium Power Forecasts 40
    • A4WP Rx Low Power Forecasts 41
    • A4WPi Rx Medium Power Forecasts 43
  • Wireless Power Transmitter IC Technology Forecasts 46
    • Qi Tx Low Power Forecasts 49
    • Qi Tx Medium Power Forecasts 51
    • A4WP Tx Low Power Forecasts 52
    • A4WPi Tx Medium Power Forecasts 53
  • Wireless Power Supply Application Forecasts 55
    • Overview 55
  • Wireless Power Receiver IC Forecasts by Application 55
    • Consumer 57
    • Computers 65
    • Industrial 69
    • Portable Medical 71
    • Portable Military 72
  • Wireless Power Transmitter IC Forecasts by Application 73
    • Overview 73
      • Automotive 77
      • Portable Charging 79
    • Stationary Charging 79
  • Competitive Environment 83
  • Market Share Analysis 83
  • Company Profiles 87
    • Active-Semi 87
    • Broadcom 88
    • Convenient Power 89
    • Freescale Semiconductor 90
    • Integrated Device Technology 91
    • MediaTek 92
    • NXP Semiconductor 93
    • PowerbyProxi 94
    • Powermat Technologies 95
    • Qualcomm Semiconductors 96
    • ROHM Semiconductor 97
    • TE Connectivity 98
    • Texas Instruments 99
    • Toshiba Corporation 100
    • Vishay Intertechnology 101
    • WiTricity 101
    • W?th Elektronik 102
  • Appendix A Worldwide Wireless Charging IC Market(Projected Saturation Analysis) 104

List of Exibits

TABLES

Table 1 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power IC Market (millions of units) 33
Table 2 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power IC Market (millions of dollars) 36
Table 3 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Technology Standards (millions of units) 36
Table 4 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Technology Standards (millions of Dollars) 37
Table 5 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Technology Standards ($/unit) 39
Table 6 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of units) 39
Table 7 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of dollars) 40
Table 8 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Qi Technology ($/unit) 41
Table 9 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of units) 43
Table 10 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of dollars) 43
Table 11 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by A4WP Technology ($/unit) 44
Table 12 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Technology Standards (millions of units) 46
Table 13 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Technology Standards (millions of Dollars) 47
Table 14 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Technology Standards ($/unit)) 47
Table 15 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of units) 49
Table 16 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of dollars) 51
Table 17 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Qi Technology ($/unit) 52
Table 18 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of units) 53
Table 19 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of dollars) 53
Table 20 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by A4WP Technology ($/unit) 55
Table 21 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application (millions of units) 56
Table 22 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application (millions of dollars) 57
Table 23 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application ($/unit) 60
Table 24 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application Sub-segment (millions of units) 62
Table 25 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application sub-segment (millions of dollars) 64
Table 26 - Worldwide Wireless Power Receiver IC Market by Application Sub-segment ($/unit) 66
Table 27 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Application (millions of units) 73
Table 28 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Application (millions of dollars) 74
Table 29 - Worldwide Wireless Power Transmitter IC Market by Application ($/unit) 79

GRAPHS

Graph 1 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power IC Market (millions of units) 34
Graph 2 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power IC Market (millions of dollars) 35
Graph 3 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Receiver IC Market by Technology Standard (millions of dollars) 38
Graph 4 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Receiver IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of dollars) 42
Graph 5 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Receiver IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of dollars) 45
Graph 6 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Transmitter IC Market by Technology Standard (millions of dollars) 48
Graph 7 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Transmitter IC Market by Qi Technology (millions of dollars) 50
Graph 8 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Transmitter IC Market by A4WP Technology (millions of dollars) 54
Graph 9 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Receiver IC Market by Application (millions of units) 58
Graph 10 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Receiver IC Market by Application (millions of dollars) 59
Graph 11 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Transmitter IC Market by Application (millions of units) 76
Graph 12 - Worldwide Wireless Charging Power Transmitter IC Market by Application (millions of dollars) 80
Graph 13 - Worldwide Wireless Charging IC Market by Market Share Percentage (millions of dollars) 84

FIGURES

Figure 1 - Wireless Charging Transmitters and Receiver Technology 11
Figure 2 - Wireless Power Consortium Standards 13
Figure 3 - Inductive vs Resonant Power Transfer 22
Figure 4 - In-Vehicle Wireless Charging (Various interior locations) 75
Figure 5 - Portable Wireless Charging Pads (Multiple vs. single device) 78
Figure 6 - Stationary Wireless Charging Pads (Mounted in Counter Tops for public use) 81
Figure 7 - Worldwide Wireless Charging IC Market by Market Share Percentage (millions of dollars) 85
Figure 8 - Worldwide Wireless Charging IC Market (Projected Saturation Analysis) 105

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