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RECHARGEABLE AND NON-RECHARGEABLE, FLEXIBLE, THIN-FILM BATTERIES: A GLOBAL INDUSTRY AND MARKET, ANALYSIS
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Publish Date: Nov 2010,   Pages: 97,   Report Code: EN-106
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1. INTRODUCTIONi-vi
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INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................ I

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES.............................................................................................. II

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY ....................................................................................... III

CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY ......................................................................................... III

SCOPE AND FORMAT ................................................................................................................ IV

METHODOLOGY ......................................................................................................................... IV

INFORMATION SOURCES .......................................................................................................... V

TO WHOM THE STUDY CATERS ............................................................................................. VI

AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS ........................................................................................................ VI

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2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY viii-x
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ................................................................................................................ VIII

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM FLEXIBLE BATTERIES BY

REGION THROUGH 2015 ............................................................................................................ IX

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM BATTERIES BY REGION,

2010 AND 2015 ............................................................................................................................... IX

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) .......................................................................................................... X

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3. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW1-6
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INDUSTRY OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................... 1

LEADING MANUFACTURERS .................................................................................................... 1

KEY IMPACT OF THIN-FILM BATTERIES ............................................................................... 2

COMPETITIVE INNOVATION TRENDS .................................................................................... 3

RESEARCH TRENDS IN THIN-FILM BATTERIES .................................................................. 4

APPLICATION TRENDS ............................................................................................................... 5

APPLICATION TRENDS (CONTINUED) .......................................................................6

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4. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW7-40
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TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................ 7

TYPES OF TECHNOLOGIES ....................................................................................................... 7

TYPES OF TECHNOLOGIES (CONTINUED) ............................................................... 8

TABLE 1 KEY TERMINOLOGIES USED IN THIN-FILM BATTERIES ........................................ 9

TABLE 1 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 10

TABLE 1 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 11

TABLE 1 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 12

TABLE 2 TYPICAL THICKNESSES OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE ................................... 13

THIN-FILM BATTERIES IN 2010 ..................................................................................................... 13

ZINC-MANGANESE THIN-FILM BATTERIES ........................................................................ 14

MANGANESE-ZINC-OXIDE-BASED CATHODE USING SOLID

ELECTROLYTES ...................................................................................................... 14

FIGURE 1 TYPICAL NON-RECHARGEABLE ZINC-MANGANESE THIN-FILM

BATTERY ...................................................................................................................................... 15

CONSTRUCTION ............................................................................................... 16

FIGURE 2 VOLTAGE ACHIEVED IN A SINGLE NON-RECHARGEABLE ZINCMANGANESE

THIN-FILM BATTERY ....................................................................................... 16

CHARACTERISTICS ......................................................................................... 17

THIN-FILM PRIMARY LITHIUM SOLID POLYMER ELECTROLYTE (SPE)

BATTERY ............................................................................................................................... 18

CONSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................ 18

FIGURE 3 TYPICAL NON-RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM POLYMER THIN-FILM

BATTERY ...................................................................................................................................... 19

LITHIUM-ION RECHARGEABLE THIN-FILM BATTERY USING LIPON AS THE

ELECTROLYTE ..................................................................................................................... 20

CHEMISTRY CHOICES ................................................................................................. 20

TABLE 3 CHEMISTRIES AND PRODUCTION METHODS ADOPTED FOR TYPICAL

RECHARGEABLE SOLID-STATE LITHIUM-ION THIN-FILM BATTERIES ....................... 21

TABLE 3 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 22

CONSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................ 23

FIGURE 4 A VIEW OF FIVE DIFFERENT TYPICAL RECHARGEABLE, SOLIDSTATE,

LITHIUM-ION, THIN-FILM BATTERIES ................................................................... 23

CHARACTERISTICS OF THIN-FILM, RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES ............................... 24

CHARACTERISTICS OF THIN-FILM, RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES

(CONTINUED) .......................................................................................................... 25

TABLE 4 PERFORMANCE AND CHARACTERSTICS OF THREE RECHARGEABLE,

SOLID-STATE, LITHIUM-ION, THIN-FILM BATTERIES ...................................................... 26

TABLE 5 COMPARISON OF BATTERY PERFORMANCE ............................................................ 27

APPLICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 27

ONE-TIME PASSWORD, DISPLAY-TYPE SMART CARDS ....................................... 27

ONE-TIME PASSWORD, DISPLAY-TYPE SMART CARDS

(CONTINUED) ............................................................................................. 28

FIGURE 5 THREE TYPES OF ONE-TIME PASSWORD, DISPLAY-TYPE SMART

CARDS USING NON-RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM POLYMER THIN-FILM

BATTERIES .................................................................................................................................. 29

DISPOSABLE MEDICAL COSMETIC PATCHES ....................................................... 29

DISPOSABLE MEDICAL COSMETIC PATCHES (CONTINUED) ............... 30

FIGURE 6 A TYPICAL MEDICAL PATCH USING NON-RECHARGEABLE, PRINTED,

ZINC MANGANESE, THIN-FILM BATTERIES ........................................................................ 31

ULTRA-LOW POWER ENERGY HARVESTING FOR WIRELESS SENSOR

NETWORKS .............................................................................................................. 31

FIGURE 7 TYPICAL ULTRA-LOW POWER ENERGY HARVESTING SOLAR DEVICE

FOR A WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK USING A RECHARGEABLE, SOLIDSTATE,

LITHIUM-ION, THIN-FILM BATTERY ....................................................................... 32

CONSUMER MUSIC GREETING CARDS, TOYS AND NOVELTIES ....................... 33

BATTERY-ASSISTED PASSIVE RFID TAGS/LABELS .............................................. 33

FIGURE 8 TYPICAL BATTERY-ASSISTED, SEMI-PASSIVE, RFID TAG USING NONRECHARGEABLE,

PRINTED ZINC MANGANESE, THIN-FILM BATTERY ........................ 34

SEMI-ACTIVE TAGS USED IN FUNCTIONAL PACKAGING .................................. 34

SEMI-ACTIVE TAGS USED IN FUNCTIONAL PACKAGING

(CONTINUED) ............................................................................................. 35

FIGURE 9 A TYPICAL SMART PACKAGE (FUNCTIONAL PACKAGING) USING A

NON- RECHARGEABLE, PRINTED, ZINC MANGANESE, THIN-FILM BATTERY ............ 36

EMERGING MATERIALS USED IN THIN-FILM BATTERIES ............................................. 36

EMERGING MATERIALS USED IN THIN-FILM BATTERIES

(CONTINUED) .......................................................................................................... 37

TABLE 6 ONGOING RESEARCH IN CHEMISTRY AND FABRICATION OF THINFILM

BATTERIES IN 2010 .......................................................................................................... 38

TABLE 6 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 39

TABLE 6 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 40

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5. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE41-49
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INDUSTRY STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................. 41

MARKET PLAYERS ..................................................................................................................... 41

TABLE 7 THIN-FILM BATTERY MANUFACTURERS, MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, END

USERS AND SYSTEM INTEGRATORS ..................................................................................... 42

LEADING MANUFACTURERS .................................................................................................. 43

TABLE 8 TOP MANUFACTURERS OF THIN-FILM BATTERIES IN 2010 ................................ 43

PARTNERSHIPS AND CONSOLIDATIONS ............................................................................. 44

PARTNERSHIPS AND CONSOLIDATIONS (CONTINUED) ..................................... 45

TABLE 9 PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIONS AMONG MANUFACTURERS

OF THIN-FILM BATTERIES FROM 2004 TO 2010 .................................................................. 46

TABLE 9 (CONTINUED) ..................................................................................................................... 47

FUNDING .................................................................................................................................... 47

TABLE 10 FUNDING FOR MANUFACTURING OF THIN-FILM BATTERIES, 2006 TO

2010 ................................................................................................................................................ 48

PRICE STRUCTURE.................................................................................................................... 48

PRICE STRUCTURE (CONTINUED) ........................................................................... 49

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6. GLOBAL MARKET AND REGIONAL SHARES50-56
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GLOBAL MARKET AND REGIONAL SHARES ............................................................................ 50

MARKET ACCORDING TO APPLICATIONS ........................................................................... 50

TABLE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM FLEXIBLE BATTERIES BY

APPLICATION THROUGH 2015 ................................................................................................. 51

FIGURE 10 SHARE OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM FLEXIBLE BATTERIES

BY APPLICATION, 2010 AND 2015 ............................................................................................ 52

MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY ..................................................................................................... 53

TABLE 12 GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM FLEXIBLE BATTERIES BY

TECHNOLOGY THROUGH 2015 ................................................................................................ 53

FIGURE 11 SHARE OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM, FLEXIBLE BATTERIES

BY TECHNOLOGY THROUGH 2015 .......................................................................................... 54

REGIONAL MARKETS ................................................................................................................ 55

TABLE 13 GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM, FLEXIBLE BATTERIES BY REGION

THROUGH 2015 ............................................................................................................................ 55

FIGURE 12 SHARE OF GLOBAL MARKET FOR THIN-FILM FLEXIBLE BATTERIES

BY REGION THROUGH 2015 ...................................................................................................... 56

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7. PATENT AND PATENT ANALYSIS57-75
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PATENTS AND PATENT ANALYSIS ............................................................................................. 57

LIST OF PATENTS ...................................................................................................................... 57

FLEXIBLE THIN PRINTED BATTERY AND DEVICE AND METHOD OF

MANUFACTURING SAME ..................................................................................... 57

ADHESIVE BANDAGE WITH DISPLAY...................................................................... 57

DERMAL PATCH ............................................................................................................ 58

METHOD, APPARATUS, AND KIT FOR ONYCHOMYCOSIS TREATMENT ......... 58

ACTIVE WIRELESS TAGGING SYSTEM ON PEEL AND STICK

SUBSTRATE ............................................................................................................. 59

GETTERS FOR THIN FILM BATTERY HERMETIC PACKAGE .............................. 59

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING LITHIUM BATTERY .......................................... 59

LONG-LIFE THIN-FILM BATTERY AND METHOD THEREFOR ........................... 60

LAYERED BARRIER STRUCTURE HAVING ONE OR MORE DEFINABLE

LAYERS AND METHOD .......................................................................................... 60

METHOD OF MAKING A THIN LAYER ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL

WITH SELF-FORMED SEPARATOR ..................................................................... 60

COMBINATION STIMULATING AND EXOTHERMIC HEATING DEVICE

AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF ....................................................................... 61

BATTERY-OPERATED WIRELESS-COMMUNICATION APPARATUS AND

METHOD ................................................................................................................... 61

THIN-FILM BATTERY AND ELECTROLYTE THEREFOR ...................................... 61

BATTERY-ASSISTED BACKSCATTER RFID TRANSPONDER ............................... 62

POLYIMIDE-BASED LITHIUM METAL BATTERY ................................................... 62

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR THIN-FILM BATTERY HAVING

ULTRA-THIN ELECTROLYTE ............................................................................... 63

KIT, DEVICE AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLED DELIVERY OF

OXIDIZING AGENT INTO THE SKIN ................................................................... 63

THIN LAYER ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL WITH SELF-FORMED

SEPARATOR ............................................................................................................. 63

APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR DEPOSITING MATERIAL ONTO A

SUBSTRATE USING A ROLL-TO-ROLL MASK ................................................... 64

SOLID-STATE MEMS ACTIVITY-ACTIVATED BATTERY DEVICE AND

METHOD ................................................................................................................... 64

SOLID ELECTROLYTE, METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAME, AND

BATTERY USING THE SAME ................................................................................ 64

SOLID ELECTROLYTE AND BATTERY EMPLOYING THE SAME ........................ 65

PACKAGED THIN-FILM BATTERIES AND METHODS OF PACKAGING

THIN-FILM BATTERIES ......................................................................................... 65

POLYIMIDE MATRIX ELECTROLYTE ....................................................................... 65

THIN-FILM BATTERY HAVING ULTRA-THIN ELECTROLYTE AND

ASSOCIATED METHOD ......................................................................................... 66

METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING THIN FILM ELECTRODES .................................. 66

THIN-FILM BATTERY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE .................................. 66

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR AN AMBIENT ENERGY BATTERY

RECHARGE SYSTEM .............................................................................................. 67

THIN-FILM BATTERY DEVICES AND APPARATUS FOR MAKING THE

SAME ......................................................................................................................... 67

THIN-FILM BATTERY HAVING ULTRA-THIN ELECTROLYTE ............................ 67

METHOD FOR PRODUCING AN ELECTROCHEMICAL ELEMENT ...................... 68

CONTINUOUS PROCESSING OF THIN-FILM BATTERIES AND LIKE

DEVICES ................................................................................................................... 68

METHOD FOR PRODUCING A RECHARGEABLE ELECTROCHEMICAL

ELEMENT ................................................................................................................. 69

ELECTROCHEMICAL ELEMENT ................................................................................ 69

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR AN AMBIENT ENERGY BATTERY OR

CAPACITOR RECHARGE SYSTEM ....................................................................... 69

THIN ELECTRONIC CHIP CARD AND METHOD OF MAKING SAME .................. 70

THIN-FILM BATTERY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE .................................. 70

THIN LAYER ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL WITH SELF-FORMED

SEPARATOR ............................................................................................................. 71

LONG-LIFE THIN-FILM BATTERY AND METHOD THEREFOR ........................... 71

DEVICE ENCLOSURES AND DEVICES WITH INTEGRATED BATTERY ............. 71

PATENT ANALYSIS .................................................................................................................... 72

TAB LE 14 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED TO COMPANIES FOR THINFILM

BATTERIES FROM 2006 THROUGH 2010 (UP TO MARCH 31) .................................. 72

FIGURE 13 TOP COMPANIES IN TERMS OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED FOR THINFILM

BATTERIES FROM 2006 THROUGH 2010 (UP TO MARCH 31) .................................. 73

INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF U.S. PATENT ACTIVITY IN THIN-FILM

BATTERIES........................................................................................................................... 74

TABLE 15 NUMBER OF U.S. PATENTS GRANTED BY ASSIGNED

COUNTRY/REGION FOR THIN-FILM BATTERIES FROM JANUARY 2006

THROUGH MARCH 2010 ............................................................................................................. 74

INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW OF U.S. PATENT ACTIVITY

(CONTINUED) .......................................................................................................... 75

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8. COMPANY PROFILES76-97
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COMPANY PROFILES ...................................................................................................................... 76

ADVANCED MATERIALS INNOVATION CENTER (AMIC) .................................................. 76

AJJER LLC .................................................................................................................................. 76

AVESO, INC. ................................................................................................................................ 77

BLUE SPARK TECHNOLOGIES................................................................................................ 77

CYMBET™ CORPORATION ....................................................................................................... 78

DZ CARD (THAILAND) LTD. ...................................................................................................... 79

EM MICROELECTRONIC-MARIN SA ...................................................................................... 79

EMUE TECHNOLOGIES ............................................................................................................ 80

ENABLE IPC CORPORATION ................................................................................................... 80

ENFUCELL OY LTD .................................................................................................................... 80

EXCELLATRON SOLID STATE LLC ........................................................................................ 81

FRAUNHOFER ENAS – FRAUNHOFER RESEARCH INSTITUTION FOR

ELEKCRONIC NANO SYSTEMS ........................................................................................ 82

FRONT EDGE TECHNOLOGY, INC.......................................................................................... 82

GIESECKE & DEVRIENT GMBH .............................................................................................. 83

GRUPO INTELIGENSA .............................................................................................................. 83

INFINITE POWER SOLUTIONS, INC. ..................................................................................... 84

INNOVATIVE CARD TCHNOLOGIES INC. (INCARD TECHNOLOGIES) ........................... 85

ITN ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC. ................................................................................................... 86

KSW MICROTEC AG ................................................................................................................... 87

MICROELECTRONICA MASER, S.L. ........................................................................................ 87

NAGRAID SA - KUDELSKI GROUP .......................................................................................... 88

NANOENER, INC......................................................................................................................... 88

NEC CORPORATION .................................................................................................................. 89

NTERA, INC. ............................................................................................................................... 90

OAK RIDGE MICRO-ENERGY, INC. ......................................................................................... 91

OHARA CORPORATION ............................................................................................................. 92

PLANAR ENERGY DEVICES ..................................................................................................... 92

POWERID® LTD. ......................................................................................................................... 92

POWER PAPER LTD. .................................................................................................................. 93

PRELONIC TECHNOLOGIES OG ............................................................................................. 93

ROCKET ELECTRIC CO., LTD. ................................................................................................. 94

SOLICORE, INC. .......................................................................................................................... 94

SWECARD AB .............................................................................................................................. 95

THE GREENBAT PROJECT ....................................................................................................... 96

UPM RAFLATAC .......................................................................................................................... 96

VARTA MICROBATTERY GMBH .............................................................................................. 97

VISA EUROPE .............................................................................................................................. 97

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