- Nanopatterning is the method used for fabricating different structures. It has various biomedical applications. Nanopatterning techniques are broadly classified into surface, chemical, topographical, combinatorial, and 3D patterning.
- This technology is used in imprinting nanoscale patterns on substrates without using the light and radiation- based technology. It is essential when patterns with different densities are required for nanoscale devices.
- Nanopatterning is achieved by using materials such as carbon nanotubes with specific properties such as conductivity and antibacterial activity to the final system. For instance, for improved antibacterial property in nanopatterning, surface nanotopography of biomaterials which is based on pectin biopolymers was modified with germanium dioxide.
- Nanopatterning technology is growing with nanoimprint lithography which is a process to fabricate nanometer scales. This technology is being adopted due to its high demand for surface customization at micro and nano scale.
3D nanopatterning driving the growth of nanopatterning technology
- A nanoscale tip is used by nanoscale technology in atomic microscopy for the development of 2D and 3D patterns at 15 nanometers. 3D nanopatterning is helping in the growth of biological applications due to its growing demand.
- Apart from this, cost advantages offered by nanopatterning while producing photonics is also helping the market to grow. However, manufacturers face challenges for development of 3D structure as it requires management of horizontal and vertical coordinates.
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Growing demand for miniaturized semiconductor devices
- Major companies such as Apple and Samsung are focusing on miniaturized semiconductor components which consume lesser power. These components range from IC, chips, to LED displays. Hence, manufacturers are focusing on reducing the size of components without affecting the performance.
- Miniaturization has various advantages such as high speed, low cost, and greater density. Smaller electronic devices are faster as the signal does not have to travel far. Also, smaller sized devices reduce the cost of electronics. These features are driving the demand for miniaturized semiconductor devices, which in turn is increasing the usage of nanopatterning.
Maximum Growth to be observed in the Asia Pacific Market
- In terms of region, the global nanopatterning market can be divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa
- The nanopatterning market in Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand at the maximum CAGR during the forecast period.
- This growth is attributed to a wide range of applications, cost efficiencies and benefits of the technology, and increasing trend of miniaturization for nanopatterning products.
- The nanopatterning market in North America and Europe is expected to show stagnant growth rate, while the market in Middle East & Africa is likely to see slow growth due to high costs associated with the deployment.
Key Players in the Global Market
The global nanopatterning market was highly fragmented. Prominent players operating in the global market are focusing on product launch and technological developments to meet the growing demand.
Key players operating in the global nanopatterning market include:
- AMO GmbH
- IMS Chips
- EV Group
- Nanonex Corp.
- NTT Advanced Technology Corporation
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Global Nanopatterning Market: Research Scope
Global Nanopatterning Market, by Battery Type
- Nanoimprint Lithography
- Scanning Analysis Lithography
- Photon Based Nanolithography
Global Nanopatterning Market, by Application
- Biological Devices
- Medical Treatments
- Organic Devices
- Electronic Devices
Global Nanopatterning Market, by Region
- North America
- Russia & CIS
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- South America
- Rest of South America
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
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