Shoko Oi

Shoko Oi

Ms. Shoko Oi is a Principal Analystr within the IHS Technology group. She joined IHS in November 2014, when IHS acquired DisplaySearch, a leader in primary research and forecasting on the global display market. At DisplaySearch, she served as deputy director for touch panel and emerging display research. Over the years, she has made significant contributions to electronic display market research and has become a recognized industry expert. Her current research specializes in uncovering trends and forecasts for multiple display technology markets, including OLED, 3D, E-paper and flexible displays.

Prior to DisplaySearch, Ms. Oi worked as an analyst at iSuppli Japan, covering research for large, medium and small LCDs, OLEDs, components and applications for the flat panel display market. She was in charge of research for TVs, signage/professional displays and specialty monitors. Before iSuppli, she was a key member of the well-known Japanese research firm TSR, where she worked as an analyst for the large-to-small-size LCD market. In addition to researching application systems and display components at TSR, she focused on cellular phone systems, RF platforms and medical systems. Ms. Oi has a bachelor's degree from Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.


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[Display Dynamics] New technologies: Non-ITO conductive materials are reaching the commercial stage

Non-ITO conductive materials have not penetrated as an alternative to ITO. However, they are headed toward commercialization for new applications where ITO is unsuitable.

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[Display Dynamics] New technologies and materials for touch, bendable and flexible solutions introduced at Finetech 2017

At Finetech Japan 2017, exhibitors demonstrated advanced touch panel technologies and several materials and processes for bendable touch panels.

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[Display Dynamics] New technologies for automotive touch panels at Finetech Japan 2017

Thicker cover lenses on automotive touch panels are pushing companies to use sensors with higher sensitivity, including improved ITO products.

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Displays
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