Sensors and Control Systems

US$6,650.00 US$5,985.00
Date of Publication: May 2, 2016
The global market for automobile sensors reached nearly $23.5 billion in 2015, $26.3 billion in 2016, and should reach $43.4 billion by 2021, a five year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6% from 2016 to 2021In modern automobiles, different types of sensors are needed for many important tasks, ranging from engine performance and passenger safety to comfort and vehicle dynamic behavior. The need for sensors is continuously evolving and growing. The application market for automotive sensors covers power train, body electronics, vehicle security system, safety and control. The increasing demand of Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and hybrid and electric vehicles are the future opportunities for automotive sensors. Sensor technologies like micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) sensor, wireless sensor, radar, etc., are the future of automotive sensors. Of these, MEMS is the most promising and is likely to emerge as a leader in the automotive world.

US$4,975.00
Date of Publication: Apr 4, 2016

This report provides detailed descriptions of the sensor types that dominate wearable technology products today, and emerging sensor types that will dominate in the future. Many product types have risen through the peak of the wearable technology hype curve in the last five years before beginning the slide to disillusionment. The common feature with all of them is the prominence of sensor options as the key enabler for their most useful functions. Sensors collect data about the physical and chemical properties of the body and local environment, and use it to feed algorithms which output insightful information. With coverage of all of the prominent incumbent sensors and the most promising emerging options, the report concludes that there will be 3 billion wearable sensors by 2025, with over 30% of them being new types of sensors that are just beginning to emerge.


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Date of Publication: Mar 30, 2016
The global market for remote sensing products reached $8.4 billion in 2015. This market should reach nearly $8.9 billion in 2016 and $13.8 billion by 2021, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3% over the five-year period from 2016 to 2021.

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Date of Publication: Feb 25, 2016
This report covers only conventional sensors, such as pressure, temperature, level, flow and position sensors, and does not cover unconventional types of sensors such as pointing sensors (e.g., touch screens and touch-pads, barcode readers and RFID readers for identification purposes, remote-readout and intelligent power meters, gas and water meters and remote-readout heat meters).

US$5,650.00
Date of Publication: Mar 29, 2016
LiDAR market was valued USD at 1.39 Billion in 2015 and is estimated to reach USD 3.22 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 12.4% between 2016 and 2022. The market growth is attributed to the encouragement of government and institutes for adoption of LIDAR. Key players operating in the market are Quantum Spatial (Aerometric) (U.S.), Faro Technology (U.S.), Geodigital (Canada), Leica Geosystems AG (Switzerland), Optech, Inc. (Canada), Reigl Laser Measurement Systems GmbH (Austria), Topcon Positioning Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Trimble Navigation Limited (U.S.), Sick AG (Germany), Velodyne (U.S.), BLOM (Norway), Michael Baker International (U.S.), and YellowScan (France)

US$4,950.00
Date of Publication: Feb 1, 2016
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Silicon-Based Fingerprint Sensors in US$ Thousand by the following Types and End-Uses: Types- Swipe Sensors, and Area Sensors; End-Use Segments- Notebooks, Physical Access Control, and Wireless Devices. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin American. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2014 through 2020.

US$1,995.50
Date of Publication: Aug 31, 2015

Most physical properties can be sensed optically with fibers. Light intensity, displacement (position), temperature, pressure, rotation, sound, strain, magnetic field, electric field, radiation, flow, liquid level, chemical analysis, and vibration are just some of the phenomena that can be sensed. Fiber optic sensors have been used successfully for many years in military gyroscopes and hydrophones. However, their use in smart oil wells has been the key to enabling North America to be on a path to energy independence.