Automotive Displays 2024-2034: Technologies, Players, Opportunities: IDTechEx

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1. Key topics covered in report 1.2. What are automotive displays – how have they evolved? 1.3. Types of automotive displays 1.4. Types of automotive displays (2) 1.5. Display design trends 1.6. OEM expected display technology priorities over time 1.7. Shift to 3D coincides with rise in autonomous vehicles and focus on passenger experience 1.8. OEM shift in display focus by display type 1.9. Display eco-system 1.10. Multiple display technologies in use 1.11. Multiple display technologies in use 1.12. What do LCDs offer to the automotive sector? 1.13. How is OLED competing in the automotive sector 1.14. What do microLEDs bring to the automotive sector? 1.15. Why adopt spatial LFDs 1.16. What CGH brings to displays 1.17. How is TFEL competing in the display market 1.18. Global volume forecast by display type 1.19. Europe volume forecast by display type 1.20. America volume forecast by display type 1.21. Asia/Oceania/Middle East volume forecast by display type 1.22. Africa volume forecast by display type 1.23. Global volume forecast by display technology 1.24. Global total automotive display market value 2. KEY TRENDS IN THE AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAY SECTOR 2.1. Display manufacturing priorities 2.2. Display design trends 2.3. OEM expected display technology priorities over time 2.4. Current battle between TFT-LCD and OLED 2.5. Next generation display technologies 2.6. Shift to 3D coincides with rise in autonomous vehicles and focus on passenger experience 3. MARKET FORECASTS 3.1. Forecast introduction and assumptions 3.2. Global volume forecast by display type 3.3. Europe volume forecast by display type 3.4. America volume forecast by display type 3.5. Asia/Oceania/Middle East volume forecast by display type 3.6. Africa volume forecast by display type 3.7. USA volume forecast by display type 3.8. Central and South America volume forecast by display type 3.9. China volume forecast by display type 3.10. Japan volume forecast by display type 3.11. South Korea volume forecast by display type 3.12. India volume forecast by display type 3.13. Global volume forecast by display technology 3.14. Explanation on forecast by display technology 3.15. Global total automotive display market value 4. INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAYS 4.1.1. What are automotive displays – how have they evolved? 4.1.2. Types of automotive displays 4.1.3. Applied fields of automotive display 4.1.4. Displays beyond cars 4.1.5. The future of displays 4.1.6. Section structure 4.2. Driver Focus 4.3. Dashboard Displays 4.3.1. Dashboard display latest trends 4.3.2. Dashboard evolution 4.3.3. Where next? Possible paths for the dashboard display 4.4. CID Displays 4.4.1. CID display requirements 4.4.2. Current and future trends of CID displays 4.4.3. Companies by technology 4.5. Heads-Up Displays (HUDs) 4.5.1. Rising importance of HUDs 4.5.2. Introduction to HUDs 4.5.3. From military aviation to the future of automotive displays – a brief historical overview of HUDs 4.5.4. Evolution of HUD for automotive 4.5.5. A selection of automotive with HUDs 4.5.6. Companies by technology 4.6. Passenger Focus 4.7. Side Window Display 4.7.1. Outlook on side window displays 4.7.2. Rise in side window displays 4.7.3. Side window displays technology examples 4.7.4. Side window display players 4.8. Front window (outward) displays 4.8.1. Front window (outward communication) displays 4.9. Passenger Virtual Reality 4.9.1. What are Virtual, Augmented, Mixed and Extended Reality? 4.9.2. Use of VR in automotive? 5. KEY FEATURES REQUIRED IN THE AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAYS SECTOR 5.1. Image quality comparison 5.2. Image brightness comparison 5.3. Flexibility – form factor comparison 5.4. Durability/resilience comparison 5.5. Response times 5.6. Display lifetime 6. DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES 6.1.1. Evolution of displays 6.1.2. 21st Century – The time for flat screen panels and the rise of LCD technology 6.2. Thin-Film Transistor-Liquid Crystal Display (TFT-LCD) 6.3. TFT-LCD Overview 6.3.1. The rise of thin-film transistor liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs) 6.3.2. The legacy variant – twisted nematic liquid crystal 6.3.3. TFT-based in-plane switching (IPS) technology 6.3.4. Vertical alignment (VA) LCDs 6.3.5. TN vs IPS vs VA 6.3.6. TFT-LCD automotive display value propositions 6.3.7. Automotive Display Component Assembly 6.3.8. Typical TFT-LCD based display component layout 6.4. TFT-LCD Backlight Technologies 6.5. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) 6.5.1. History of solid-state lighting 6.5.2. What is an LED? 6.5.3. How does an LED work? 6.5.4. Homojunction vs heterojunction 6.5.5. LEDs by package technique 1 6.5.6. LEDs by package technique 2 6.5.7. Typical LED and packaged LED sizes 6.5.8. LED size definitions 6.6. MiniLEDs 6.6.1. MiniLED – Moving past LED and towards full-array local dimming 6.6.2. MiniLEDs are facilitating local dimming in LCDs to achieve HDR and higher image contrasts 6.6.3. Back-lit dimming 6.6.4. Edge-lit local dimming 6.6.5. Full-array local dimming 6.7. TFT-LCD Solutions 6.7.1. TFT-LCDs 6.7.2. What do LCDs offer to the automotive sector? 6.7.3. Key TFT-LCD players 6.7.4. Tianma’s TFT-LCD product line 6.7.5. Additional Tianma products 6.7.6. AUO product line 6.7.7. TCL automotive displays 6.7.8. TCL automotive displays (2) 6.7.9. Continental automotive product line 6.7.10. Continental automotive product line (2) 6.7.11. Continental automotive product line (3) 6.7.12. LG Display TFT-LCD solutions 6.7.13. Visteon automotive displays 6.7.14. GARMIN automotive displays 6.7.15. Futurus group automotive displays 6.7.16. HUDWAY automotive displays 6.7.17. BOE automotive displays 6.7.18. CarUX from Innolux also showcasing LED/LCD displays 6.7.19. Shantou GoWorld Display automotive displays 6.8. Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) 6.9. OLED Overview 6.9.1. From LED to OLED technology 6.9.2. How do OLEDs work? 6.9.3. How do OLEDs work? 6.9.4. OLED architecture 6.9.5. Types of OLED technology 6.9.6. Active-matrix OLEDs (AMOLED) 6.9.7. The use of thin-film transistors in OLEDs 6.9.8. Passive-matrix OLEDs (PMOLEDs) 6.9.9. Transparent OLEDs (TOLEDs) 6.9.10. Foldable/flexible OLED 6.9.11. OLED automotive display value propositions 6.10. OLED Solutions 6.10.1. OLEDs have enhanced colour gamut, dynamic range and flexibility 6.10.2. How is OLED competing in the automotive sector 6.10.3. Key OLED players 6.10.4. Samsung Display OLED solutions 6.10.5. Visionox OLED solutions 6.10.6. Tianma OLED flexible display 6.10.7. LG Display automotive displays (2) 6.10.8. LG Display automotive displays (3) 6.10.9. Excyton is delivering TurboLED solutions to OLED 6.11. MicroLEDs 6.12. MicroLED Overview 6.12.1. From traditional LEDs… 6.12.2. …to Micro-LEDs 6.12.3. Comparisons of LEDs for displays 6.12.4. Mini-LEDs and Micro-LEDs 6.12.5. Correlations between mini-LED, micro-LED and fine pitch LED displays 6.12.6. Display types based on micro-LEDs 6.12.7. Advantages of AM micro-LED micro-displays 6.12.8. Micro-LED displays: Size is an important feature 6.12.9. Micro LED displays: Beyond the size 6.12.10. A better definition? 6.12.11. Micro-LED display panel structure 6.13. Future of MicroLED and automotive 6.13.1. Current applications 6.13.2. What will MicroLEDs bring to displays in the automotive sector 6.13.3. Challenges facing MicroLED release 6.13.4. Micro-LED value propositions compared with LCD, OLED, QD 6.13.5. Micro-LED value proposition list 6.13.6. Micro-LED’s core value proposition: Long lifetime 6.13.7. Micro-LED’s core value proposition: Transparency 6.13.8. Micro-LED’s core value proposition: High luminance 6.13.9. Transparent display examples 6.13.10. Micro-LED’s core value proposition: Seamless connection 6.13.11. Micro-LED core value propositions 6.13.12. Effects of polarized sunglasses 6.13.13. AR enhances situational awareness 6.14. MicroLED Solutions 6.14.1. MicroLEDs are awaited with great expectation in the automotive sector as they bring novel attributes to displays 6.14.2. What do microLEDs bring to the automotive sector? 6.14.3. Key microLED players 6.14.4. PlayNitride microLED solutions 6.14.5. Jbd microLED solutions 6.15. Thin-Film Electroluminescent (TFEL) Displays 6.16. TFEL Overview 6.16.1. Thin-film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays 6.16.2. TFELs key benefits and drawbacks 6.17. Thin-Film Electroluminescent Solutions 6.17.1. Thin-film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays are niche compared to alternatives in automotive 6.17.2. How is TFEL competing in the display market 6.17.3. Lumineq is invested in bringing TFEL technology to automotive displays 6.17.4. Lumineq’s ICEBrite technology 6.18. Light Field Displays (LFDs) 6.19. Light Field Displays Overview 6.19.1. Near-eye light field displays 6.19.2. Constructing the near-field LFD 6.19.3. Types of light field displays 6.19.4. Spatial light field displays 6.19.5. Sequential light field displays 6.19.6. How light field displays relate to automotive 6.20. Light Field Display Solutions 6.20.1. Light field displays is growing in the display sector as a viable mechanism to generate true 3D images 6.20.2. Why adopt spatial LFDs 6.20.3. Key light field display players 6.20.4. LG Display light field displays 6.20.5. Leia Inc light field displays 6.20.6. Futurus LFD HUD 6.21. Computer-Generated Holography (CGH) 6.22. Computer Generated-Holography Overview 6.22.1. Computer-generated holography shows no loss in resolution but has poorer image quality 6.22.2. Holography recreates the process of visualizing objects from first principles 6.22.3. Holography relies in diffraction – moving further from Young’s double slit experiment 6.22.4. Why full 3D displays? 6.22.5. Diffraction – Wavefront approximations 6.22.6. Computer-generated holography does not require the recording stage and holograms computed digitally 6.23. Computer-generated holography solutions 6.23.1. Computer-generated holography use in heads-up displays (HUDs) 6.23.2. What CGH brings to displays 6.23.3. Key computer-generated holography players 6.23.4. Envisics bring CGH to HUDs 6.23.5. WayRay HUD solutions 6.23.6. WayRay in-house components 6.23.7. Ceres Holographics HUD solutions 6.23.8. Continental paired with Digilens 6.24. Spatial Light Modulators 6.24.1. Introduction to spatial light modulator 6.24.2. Classifications of SLMs 6.24.3. SLM players 6.24.4. LC SLM 6.24.5. Structure of LCOS devices 6.24.6. Reflective LCOS panel 6.24.7. LCOS-SLM refresh rate 6.24.8. LCOS-SLM assessment features 6.24.9. LCOS SLM performance factors 6.24.10. Manufacturing Methods: LCoS 6.24.11. Planarization for LCOS 6.24.12. Representative LCOS modulator providers and their unique products 6.24.13. Trend and outlook of LCOS SLM 6.24.14. LCOS requirement: response time and resolution 6.24.15. Transmissive LC panels 6.24.16. Optically addressed SLM 6.24.17. DMD 6.24.18. Deformable mirror 6.24.19. Basic working principle of DMD 6.24.20. DMD light interactions 6.24.21. DMD: light efficiency 6.24.22. LCOS vs DMD 7. ESSENTIAL ADDITIONAL DISPLAY COMPONENTS 7.1. A holistic approach to analysing displays 7.2. Display Eco-system 7.3. Cover glass key requirements 7.4. Corning glass covers 7.5. Key automotive cover glass players 7.6. Via Optronics 7.7. Hony Glass 7.8. Diffusers are fundamental in TFT-LCD displays 7.9. Growing trends in the diffuser sector 7.10. Brightview Technologies 7.11. CFOC 7.12. Adhesives that effectively combine these elements together are essential in displays 7.13. Key players in the adhesive sector used in automotive displays 7.14. The increase in computing power in automotive displays 7.15. Synaptics Inc. 7.16. Additional key players in this market, targeting automotive displays 7.17. Qualcomm is taking it further with the Snapdragon Digital Chassis 7.18. Company Profiles