Abstract: Display Long Term Opportunities and Challenges
IHS Markit thinks there may be one new killer application on the horizon, which contains a display and is expected to emerge between 2023-2025. From what IHS Markit anticipates, it is not a TV or a smartphone. It should be something similar to AI (artificial intelligence) or virtual reality (the VR that applied in the daily life rather than just professional life). From 2025 onward, the screen size and area will be the most critical factors of the display industry, but the transformative size and area will be the new core. This means that the display will be and remain part of every person’s life. The long term challenge for the display is no longer the capacity, technology readiness, picture quality, and cost affordability. But more on the innovative form factor, power consumption and user interface.
Mr. David Hsieh is Senior Director within the IHS Technology group. Mr. Hsieh joined IHS in November 2014, when IHS acquired DisplaySearch, a leader in primary research and forecasting on the global display market. At DisplaySearch, he served as vice president of the greater China market. He is a noted expert in TFT, LCD and LCD TV value chain research and analysis throughout Taiwan and China.
Prior to DisplaySearch, he was a key account manager at HannStar Display, a leading TFT LCD manufacturer. Before that, he spent five years as production planner and production engineer at HannStar's TFT LCD module line and Hitachi Kaohsiung's STN LCD module line.
Mr. Hsieh has a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from Chung-Yuan Christian University, Taiwan, and a Masters of Business Administration from Preston University, Wyoming, United States.