Research Reports Highlight Glass, Interactives and LFDs

Below is a list of the paid market research reports published this week:

Research and Markets has published a report on the global LCD glass market, covering the period between 2015 and 2019. Specifically, the report deals with the glass substrates used to make LCD displays.

The present state of the market, as well as its growth prospects, are covered in the report. For example, vendors are increasingly seeking to use thinner glass substrates, to reduce the thickness of the finished devices.

Find Research and Market’s report at

The interactive display market is covered by RnR Market Research. The worldwide market is expected to reach a value of almost $15 billion by 2020, growing at an 11.9% CAGR from 2015. The market is split into four segments: product, application, panel size and geography.

Amongst all products, interactive monitors are expected to enjoy the fastest growth: a CAGR of 28.1% between 2015 and 2020.

The report can be found at

The digital signage market in the UAE will grow at a CAGR of 22% through 2020, TechSci Research has said. Rising adoption in the retail, public infrastructure & transportation and hospitality sectors will drive this increase. LCD displays were the market’s largest revenue generator last year, but that title will belong to LED displays this year, based on their higher contrast; longer lifespan; and lower power consumption.

TechSci Research’s report can be found at

Microdisplays (displays with a sub-25mm diagonal) are used in both projection and near-eye applications. MEMS microdisplays use MEMS substrates, along with additional components, enabling small pixel pitches and high resolution. Companies and Markets has published a report on the state of the global market for these products.

Texas Instruments and Iron City Micro Display are both recognised as prominent vendors in the MEMS microdisplay industry. Currently, these devices are in high demand for near-eye applications, for applications such as consumer electronics, automotive and military use.

The increasing adoption of AR devices is identified as a market driver, while the lack of acceptance of products based on MEMS microdisplays is a challenge. The report can be found at