DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Middle East and Africa Smart Glass Market - Forecasts from 2017 to 2022" report to their offering.
Middle East and Africa Smart Glass market is estimated to attain a CAGR of 11.20%, reaching US$0.088 billion in 2022, increasing from US$0.047 billion 2016
This research study examines the Middle East and Africa smart glass market by technology, application, and geography. Major drivers, restraints, and opportunities have been explained to provide an exhaustive picture of the market. Furthermore, the current market trends related to the demand, supply, and sales, in addition to the recent developments, have been provided in this report. The report also analyses key players in the Middle East and Africa smart glass market. The report provides comprehensive forecast up to the period 2022 for various key segments, with 2016 as base year.
Smart Glasses are special types of glasses which change themselves from transparent to opaque upon the creation of any disturbance. Due to the increasing construction industry and increasing traveler frequency, the construction activities are incorporating smart glass windows to provide good living experience inside the buildings. Also, being one of the largest oil base, the automotive sector is also having a high growth, thereby increasing the usage of smart glasses. However, the high cost and low awareness about the advantages of smart glasses may restrain the market during the forecast period.
Segments covered under the Middle East and Africa smart glass market report are as below:
- Thermochromic Glass
- Suspended Particle Device (SPD) Glass
- Electrochromic Glass
- Liquid Crystal Glass
- Photochromic Glass
- Power Generation
- Consumer Electronics
- Architecture and Construction
- Saudi Arabia
- The United Arab Emirates
- Pentagon International
- SmartGlass International Limited
- Dream Glass Group
- SMART DISPLAY SOLUTIONS
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