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Date:12/20/2011

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INTRODUCTION

"Laser" is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. Lasers are not a new invention by any yardstick. Indeed, most of the mainstream laser categories were invented close to 5 decades ago. The newest laser categories covered in this report are fiber lasers, which became commercially available over the last 5 years. The operating philosophy and principles are pretty much the same. In spite of this relative calm on the theoretical front, lasers continue to be part of cutting edge devices across verticals. A cursory look at the applications of lasers reveals that not only are lasers part of the state of the art, they are instrumental in driving the state of the art itself. The continuing appeal of lasers underlines the sovereignty of their value proposition, which can be summed up as coherent, powerful, and pure light.

The generic nature of lasers' appeal also leads to interesting dilemmas. It is impossible to characterize the laser market as a whole. The picture of its market is a combination of pictures created by the dynamics of the verticals that lasers are employed in and created by the dynamics of raw materials that lasers employ. This disparity is manifested most clearly in the wide range of average selling price values of its modules depending on the application and the energy medium. These values can range from as little as a dollar to tens of thousands of dollars. It would not be out of place to mention that lasers are a fairly accurate indicator of the health of the markets at large.

This report is an attempt to list, elaborate, highlight, and analyze the multitudes of demand and supply side dynamics of lasers at large.

The report focuses on laser modules - lasers at their bare minimum. This distinction is important, as laser modules are available in varied levels of readiness for integration. Customization is the name of the game for lasers, and lasers modules are designed with a particular application in mind more often than not. This report defines a laser module as one that performs basic laser functions of light amplification and focus. The report uses the terms lasers and laser modules interchangeably. The market forecasts do not cover the metrics of the devices that lasers are eventually integrated in.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This study has the following goals and objectives:

Measuring and forecasting the global market size for laser modules in value (dollar sales) and volume (shipment sales) terms

Breaking down the global laser market along individual energy medium type in value and volume terms: diode, fiber, carbon dioxide, solid-state, excimer, dye, and other gas lasers

Breaking down the global laser market along individual end applications in value and volume terms: telecommunications; instrumentation and scientific research; medicine; energy, defense, and surveillance; computing and entertainment; industrial and automotive; as well as retail and others

Breaking down the global laser market along individual regions in value and volume terms: the Americas; Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and Asia Pacific (APAC)

Breaking down the global laser market along value chain contributors: active material, firing source and other components, as well as operating margins

Breaking down the market for individual laser type along individual end applications in value and volume terms: telecommunications; instrumentation and scientific research; medicine; energy, defense, and surveillance; computing and entertainment; industrial and automotive; as well as retail and others

Breaking down the market for individual laser type along individual regions in value and volume terms: the Americas; Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA); and Asia Pacific (APAC)

Breaking down the market for individual laser type along value chain contributors: active material, firing source and other components, as well as operating margins

Breaking down the global laser market along key individual countries in value and volume terms: USA, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Spain, the Netherlands, Turkey, China, Japan, India, South Korea, and Indonesia

Analyzing the stakeholder landscape in the laser value chain

Analyzing the patenting activity involving laser modules

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

The laser market is extremely fragmented at all levels – innovation, design, manufacturing, integration, and sales. While the technology driving lasers is fairly consistent in its underpinnings, there is no single market research study that attempts to present a composite picture of the overall market for lasers and modules spanning major application verticals and major laser types. It is impossible to forecast the market size for laser modules in isolation. One has to consider the extremely varied scenarios that characterize its demand and supply side dynamics. The former is represented by the end application verticals while the latter is manifested in energy media defining the laser types. This report breaks down the laser market along all major categories on both the sides.

In times of economic downturn, it is important to analyze the profitability of engaging in laser manufacturing ventures. This report attempts to quantify the various stages of value additions in laser revenue generation.

A study of lasers is nothing short of a complete macroeconomic analysis. This report provides a granular view of individual country markets in volume and value terms in 17 key nations spanning all global regions.

SCOPE OF THE REPORT

The report forecasts the size of the market in current U.S. dollars as well as in millions of shipment units for lasers from 2011 through 2016.

The report forecasts the market size for the following:

Individual laser types such as diode, fiber, carbon dioxide, solid-state, excimer, dye, and other gas lasers

The above forecasts are classified on the basis of end application vertical, geographical region and seventeen key nations on volume and value bases as well as value chain contributors on value basis.

The Executive Summary provides a snapshot of key findings of the report.

The chapter on theory of lasers and their applications introduces and explains central operating concepts of lasers and then enlists key laser applications.

The chapter on dynamics of laser types highlights differences and also identifies important common threads that run through diverse laser types.

The chapter on global markets provides a 360-degree view of the laser market quantitatively.

The chapter on regional analysis – Americas presents the overall market metrics and overview of the region followed by analyses of individual major countries such as USA, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico.

The chapter on regional analysis – EMEA presents the overall market metrics and overview of the region followed by analyses of individual major countries such as Germany, France, UK, Spain, Italy, Russia, the Netherlands, and Turkey.

The chapter on regional analysis – APAC presents the overall market metrics and overview of the region followed by analyses of individual major countries such as China, Japan, India, South Korea, and Indonesia.

The chapter on stakeholders and value highlights stakeholder categories and analyzes their activities in this domain and clarifies where and how they fit in the larger picture.

The U.S. Patent Analysis chapter highlights the patenting activity underway in the area of laser modules. The chapter classifies the patents awarded according to categories such as carbon dioxide lasers, dye lasers, excimer lasers, fiber lasers, generic gas lasers, helium based lasers, ion lasers, quantum cascade lasers, general semiconductor lasers, solid-state lasers, and vertical cavity surface-emitting laser VCSELs.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This report will be relevant to the following:

Laser module manufacturers to analyze the market prospects for their offerings broken down by laser type, end application, geographical regions, and key country markets

Allied component suppliers to identify the sunrise and sunset technology trends among lasers

Original equipment manufacturers and other laser integrators to analyze the prospects of the laser technology employed by them in their devices, equipment and products

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in this study. Industry experts were interviewed as primary sources; secondary sources included industry consortia, individual company financial statements, published opinions, and other published sources.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1

INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2

SCOPE OF THE REPORT 3

INTENDED AUDIENCE 4

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 4

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 5

RELATED REPORTS 5

BCC ON-LINE SERVICES 5

DISCLAIMER 6

CHAPTER TWO: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7

SUMMARY TABLE DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 7

SUMMARY FIGURE DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS, BY REGION,

2009-2016 ($ MILLIONS) 7

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 8

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 9

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 9

CHAPTER THREE: THEORY OF LASERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 10

INTRODUCTION TO LASERS 10

OPERATING PRINCIPLE OF LASERS 10

POPULATION INVERSION 11

CONTINUOUS WAVE AND PULSED LASERS 12

DISTRIBUTED FEEDBACK LASERS 12

MODE LOCKED LASERS 13

APPLICATIONS OF LASERS 14

OPTICAL RECORDABLE MEDIA 14

LASER PRINTERS 15

FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPE 16

PROJECTION APPLICATIONS 16

POINTERS 16

GAS SENSORS 17

LASER MOUSE 17

PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FIBER LASERS AND

SUPERCONTINUUM GENERATION 17

Self Phase Modulation 18

Raman Scattering 19

Four Wave Mixing 19

FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATION 19

SURGERY 19

SKIN AND TISSUE RESURFACING 19

KIDNEY STONE TREATMENT 20

CUTTING AND WELDING 20

GUIDED SYSTEMS 20

FORENSICS 20

SPEED GUNS 20

BARCODE READERS 21

HOLOGRAMS 21

THERMOMETERS 21

SPECTROSCOPY 21

MODE LOCKING APPLICATIONS 21

COHERENT CONTROL 21

COMBUSTION ENGINES 22

INDUSTRIAL SORTING 22

LIGHT DETECTION AND RANGING (LIDAR) 22

CHAPTER FOUR: DYNAMICS OF LASER TYPES 23

WHY ARE LASER TYPES IMPORTANT? 23

DIODE LASERS 24

DIODE LASERS (CONTINUED) 25

DIODE LASERS (CONTINUED) 26

DIODE LASERS (CONTINUED) 27

DIODE LASERS (CONTINUED) 28

DIODE LASERS (CONTINUED) 29

VERTICAL CAVITY SURFACE-EMITTING LASER (VCSEL) 30

Vertical Cavity Surface-emitting Laser … (Continued) 31

Vertical Cavity Surface-emitting Laser … (Continued) 32

FIBER LASERS 33

BENEFITS OF FIBER LASERS 33

MORPHOLOGY OF FIBER LASER 33

DOUBLE-CLAD OPTICAL FIBERS: A SPECIAL CASE FOR

FIBER LASERS 34

APPLICATION OF PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FIBER IN FIBER

LASER 34

Application of Photonic … (Continued) 35

Benefits of Photonic Crystal Fiber Lasers over

Conventional Fiber Lasers 36

Benefits of Photonic …(Continued) 37

Photonic Crystal Fibers and Supercontinuum 38

CARBON DIOXIDE LASER 39

CARBON DIOXIDE LASER (CONTINUED) 40

SOLID-STATE LASER 41

SOLID-STATE LASER (CONTINUED) 42

SOLID-STATE LASER (CONTINUED) 43

EXCIMER LASER 44

DYE LASER 45

OTHER GAS LASERS 46

ION LASER 46

HELIUM-NEON (HENE) LASER 47

HELIUM-CADMIUM LASER 47

Helium-cadmium Laser (Continued) 48

CHAPTER FIVE: GLOBAL MARKETS 49

INTRODUCTION 49

OVERALL GLOBAL MARKET 50

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 50

TABLE 1 DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS, BY REGION ($ MILLIONS) 50

TABLE 2 SHIPMENT SALES FOR LASERS, BY REGION, THROUGH

2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 51

LASER TYPE BREAKDOWN 52

TABLE 3 DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS, BY LASER TYPE, THROUGH

2016 ($ MILLIONS) 52

TABLE 4 SHIPMENT SALES FOR LASERS, BY LASER TYPE,

THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 53

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 54

TABLE 5 DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS, BY END APPLICATION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 54

TABLE 6 SHIPMENT SALES FOR LASERS, BY END APPLICATION,

THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 55

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 56

TABLE 7 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF LASERS,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 57

DIODE LASERS 58

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 58

TABLE 8 DOLLAR SALES FOR DIODE LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 58

TABLE 9 SHIPMENT SALES FOR DIODE LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 59

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 59

TABLE 10 DOLLAR SALES FOR DIODE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 60

TABLE 11 SHIPMENT SALES FOR DIODE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 61

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 62

TABLE 12 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF DIODE

LASERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 62

FIBER LASERS 62

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 62

TABLE 13 DOLLAR SALES FOR FIBER LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 63

TABLE 14 SHIPMENT SALES FOR FIBER LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 63

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 64

TABLE 15 DOLLAR SALES FOR FIBER LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 64

TABLE 16 SHIPMENT SALES FOR FIBER LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 65

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 66

TABLE 17 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF FIBER LASERS

, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 66

CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS 67

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 67

TABLE 18 DOLLAR SALES FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS, BY

REGION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 67

TABLE 19 SHIPMENT SALES FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS, BY

REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 68

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 68

TABLE 20 DOLLAR SALES FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 69

TABLE 21 SHIPMENT SALES FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS, BY

END APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 70

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 71

TABLE 22 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF CARBON

DIOXIDE LASERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 71

SOLID-STATE LASERS 71

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 71

TABLE 23 DOLLAR SALES FOR SOLID-STATE LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 72

TABLE 24 SHIPMENT SALES FOR SOLID-STATE LASERS, BY

REGION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 72

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 73

TABLE 25 DOLLAR SALES FOR SOLID-STATE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 73

TABLE 26 SHIPMENT SALES FOR SOLID-STATE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 74

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 75

TABLE 27 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF SOLID-STATE

LASERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 75

EXCIMER LASERS 76

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 76

TABLE 28 DOLLAR SALES FOR EXCIMER LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 76

TABLE 29 SHIPMENT SALES FOR EXCIMER LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 77

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 77

TABLE 30 DOLLAR SALES FOR EXCIMER LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 78

TABLE 31 SHIPMENT SALES FOR EXCIMER LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 79

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 79

TABLE 32 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF EXCIMER

LASERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 80

DYE LASERS 80

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 80

TABLE 33 DOLLAR SALES FOR DYE LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 80

TABLE 34 SHIPMENT SALES FOR DYE LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 81

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 82

TABLE 35 DOLLAR SALES FOR DYE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 82

TABLE 36 SHIPMENT SALES FOR DYE LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 83

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 84

TABLE 37 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF DYE LASERS

($ MILLIONS) 84

OTHER GAS LASERS 84

REGIONAL BREAKDOWN 84

TABLE 38 DOLLAR SALES FOR OTHER GAS LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 39 SHIPMENT SALES FOR OTHER GAS LASERS, BY REGION,

THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 85

END APPLICATION VERTICAL BREAKDOWN 86

TABLE 40 DOLLAR SALES FOR OTHER GAS LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 86

TABLE 41 SHIPMENT SALES FOR OTHER GAS LASERS, BY END

APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 87

VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 88

TABLE 42 DOLLAR VALUE CHAIN BREAKDOWN OF OTHER GAS

LASERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 88

CHAPTER SIX: THE ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET 89

OVERALL MARKET METRICS 89

TABLE 43 DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS TO THE APAC REGION, BY

MAJOR COUNTRIES, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 89

TABLE 44 SHIPMENT SALES FOR LASERS TO THE APAC REGION,

BY MAJOR COUNTRIES, THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS OF UNITS) 90

TABLE 45 DOLLAR SALES FOR LASERS TO THE APAC REGION, BY

LASER TYPE, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 90

TABLE 46 SHIPMENT SALES FOR LASERS TO THE APAC REGION,

BY LASER TYPE, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSANDS OF UNITS) 91

OVERVIEW OF THE MARKET 92

MAJOR COUNTRY PROFILES 93

CHINA 93

Laser Market, Innovations and Developments 93

TABLE 47 MARKET FOR LASERS IN CHINA, THROUGH 2016 93

Laser Market, … (Continued) 94

Macroeconomic Overview and Health of End User

Application Verticals 95

JAPAN 96

Laser Market, Innovations and Developments 96

TABLE 48 MARKET FOR LASERS IN JAPAN, THROUGH 2016 96

Macroeconomic Overview and Health of End User

Application Verticals 96

INDIA 97

Laser Market, Innovations and Developments 97

TABLE 49 MARKET FOR LASERS IN INDIA, THROUGH 2016 97

Macroeconomic Overview and Health of End User

Application Verticals 98

INDONESIA 98

Laser Market, Innovations and Developments 98

TABLE 50 MARKET FOR LASERS IN INDONESIA, THROUGH 2016 99

Macroeconomic Overview and Health of End User

Application Verticals 99

SOUTH KOREA 99

Laser Market, Innovations and Developments 99

TABLE 51 MARKET FOR LASERS IN SOUTH KOREA, THROUGH

2016 100

Macroeconomic Overview and Health of End User

Application Verticals 100

CHAPTER SEVEN: STAKEHOLDERS AND VALUE CHAIN 101

STAKEHOLDER CATEGORIES 101

OVERVIEW 101

INTEGRATED LASER MODULE SPECIALISTS 101

ALLIED COMPONENT SPECIALISTS 102

OEMS 102

RAW MATERIAL PROVIDERS 102

KEY COMPANY PROFILES 102

ACULIGHT CORP (NOW A SUBSIDIARY OF LOCKHEED

MARTIN) 103

Introduction 103

Laser Offerings 103

Analysis and Prospects 103

AEROTECH 104

Introduction 104

Laser Offerings 104

Analysis and Prospects 104

AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC 105

Introduction 105

Laser Offerings 105

Analysis and Prospects 105

ALMA LASERS 106

Introduction 106

Laser Offerings 106

Analysis and Prospects 106

APPLIED OPTRONICS 107

Introduction 107

Laser Offerings 107

Analysis and Prospects 107

ARGES 107

Introduction 108

Laser Offerings 108

Analysis and Prospects 108

B&W TEK 108

Introduction 108

Laser Offerings 109

Analysis and Prospects 109

BAYSPEC 109

Introduction 110

Laser offerings 110

Analysis and Prospects 110

BLUE SKY RESEARCH 110

Introduction 111

Laser Offerings 111

Analysis and Prospects 111

COHERENT 111

Introduction 111

Laser Offerings 112

Analysis and Prospects 112

CONCEPTS RESEARCH 112

Introduction 112

Laser Offerings 113

Analysis and Prospects 113

CONOPTICS, INC 113

Introduction 113

Laser Offerings 113

Analysis and Prospects 114

CORNING, INC 114

Introduction 114

Laser Offerings 114

Analysis and Prospects 115

CRYLAS 115

Introduction 115

Laser Offerings 115

Analysis and Prospects 115

CVI MELLES GRIOT 116

Introduction 116

Laser Offerings 116

Analysis and Prospects 116

ELECTRO SCIENTIFIC INDUSTRIES, INC (ESI) 117

Introduction 117

Laser Offerings 117

Analysis and Prospects 117

FRANKFURT LASERS 118

Introduction 118

Laser Offerings 118

Analysis and Prospects 118

II-VI, INC 119

Introduction 119

Laser Offerings 119

Analysis and Prospects 120

IPG PHOTONICS 120

Introduction 120

Laser Offerings 120

Analysis and Prospects 121

JDS UNIPHASE CORP 121

Introduction 121

Laser Offerings 121

Analysis and Prospects 122

JENOPTIK 122

Introduction 122

Laser Offerings 122

Analysis and Prospects 123

KIGRE 123

Introduction 123

Laser Offerings 123

Analysis and Prospects 123

LIGHT AGE 124

Introduction 124

Laser Offerings 124

Analysis and Prospects 124

NEWPORT (INCLUDING OPHIR) 124

Introduction 125

Laser Offerings 125

Analysis and Prospects 125

NICHIA 125

Introduction 126

Laser Offerings 126

Analysis and Prospects 126

NKT PHOTONICS 126

Introduction 127

Laser Offerings 127

Analysis and Prospects 127

NLIGHT PHOTONICS 127

Introduction 128

Laser Offerings 128

Analysis and Prospects 128

NORTHROP GRUMMAN 128

Introduction 128

Laser Offerings 129

Analysis and Prospects 129

OCLARO 129

Introduction 129

Laser Offerings 130

Analysis and Prospects 130

POWER TECHNOLOGY, INC 130

Introduction 130

Laser Offerings 131

Analysis and Prospects 131

PRIMA INDUSTRIE 131

Introduction 131

Laser Offerings 132

Analysis and Prospects 132

QPC LASERS 132

Introduction 132

Laser Offerings 132

Analysis and Prospects 133

ROFIN 133

Introduction 133

Laser Offerings 133

Analysis and Prospects 134

RPMC LASERS 134

Introduction 134

Laser Offerings 135

Analysis and Prospects 135

SCANLAB 135

Introduction 135

Laser Offerings 135

Analysis and Prospects 136

SCHOTT GLASS TECHNOLOGIES 136

Introduction 136

Laser Offerings 136

Analysis and Prospects 137

SPECTRA GASES, INC 137

Introduction 137

Laser Offerings 137

Analysis and Prospects 138

TRUMPH 138

Introduction 138

Laser Offerings 138

Analysis and Prospects 138

Analysis and Prospects (Continued) 139

CHAPTER EIGHT: US PATENT ANALYSIS 140

INTRODUCTION 140

TRENDS BY FUNCTIONAL CATEGORIES 141

TRENDS BY … (CONTINUED) 142

TRENDS BY … (CONTINUED) 143

TRENDS BY … (CONTINUED) 144

TRENDS BY … (CONTINUED) 145

TRENDS BY … (CONTINUED) 146

TABLE 52 US PATENTS IN LASERS BY PATENT CATEGORY, 1976

THROUGH AUGUST 2011 147

TRENDS BY YEAR 147

TABLE 53 US PATENT TRENDS IN LASERS BY YEAR OF GRANT,

1976 THROUGH AUGUST 2011 (NUMBER OF PATENTS

AWARDED) 147

TRENDS BY COUNTRY 148

TABLE 54 SHARES OF US PATENTS IN LASERS BY COUNTRY OF

GRANT, 1976 THROUGH AUGUST 2011 (%/NUMBER) 148

TRENDS BY ASSIGNEE 149

TABLE 55 LIST OF ASSIGNEES FOR THE US IN LASERS, 1976

THROUGH AUGUST 2011 149

TABLE 55 (CONTINUED) 150

TABLE 55 (CONTINUED) 151

TABLE 55 (CONTINUED) 152

TABLE 56 ASSIGNEES OF FOUR OR MORE US PATENTS IN

LASERS, 1976 THROUGH AUGUST 2011 152

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED) 153

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED) 154

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED) 155

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED) 156

TABLE 56 (CONTINUED) 157

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