2015 Top Technologies in Sensors & Control (Technical Insights)

Sensor Technologies that will have the Highest Impact in 2015

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Key technological trends and advancements in the Sensors & Control cluster that are likely to have high impact in the near-term and medium-term are covered in this research service. Key technologies in the cluster were evaluated to arrive at the top 10 technologies for 2015. The study covers each technology from various dimensions such as innovation ecosystem, drivers & challenges, technology roadmap and opportunities, funding trends, patent analysis, and market potential.Technologies covered in this report include: printed sensors, M2M Communications, biosensor, optoelectronic sensors, drones, 3D image sensors, sensor fusion, touchless sensing, energy harvesting, and smart sensors.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings2015 Technologies in Sensors & Control ClusterTop 50 Technologies for 2015 – Selection MethodologyTop 10 Technologies in Sensors and Control ClusterTrend Assessment2013 & 2014 Top Technologies in Sensors & Control ClusterHistoric, Current and Future TrendsKey Challenges in Sensors and Control ClusterTop 10 Sensors & Control Technologies—Deep Dive AnalysisDronesDrones—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech AdoptionGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Recent Funding DealsApplications/Industry ImpactGlobal Adoption FootprintMovers ShakersKey Collaborative Initiatives Factors Influencing Adoption—Drivers and ChallengesGlobal Market Potential—Revenue ForecastAlready CommercializedSmart SensorsSmart Sensors—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Funding TrendsApplications/Industry ImpactGlobal Adoption FootprintInnovators Profile & Key InitiativesBoschInvensense acquired sensor fusion company Movea to enhance its offering in inertial sensing. The acquisition allows Invensene to integrate the sensor fusion technology of Movea into its smart sensor units .Factors Influencing Adoption—Drivers & ChallengesGlobal Market Potential—Revenue ForecastBuilding AutomationBiosensorsBiosensors - Technology Attractiveness DashboardTechnology SignificanceGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Applications/Industry ImpactEuropeCorporate/ Major Tier(Continued)GoogleScientists from both companies collaborated successfully to implement Hutman’s multiplex pathogen detection reactions on Axela’s Ziplex automated platform. The aim is to automate test results directly from uncultured blood and other non-cultured biological samples. Increase in Disease Incidents due to Changing LifestylesCAGR: 13%Point-of-Care DiagnosticsEnergy HarvestingEnergy Harvesting—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Recent Funding DealsApplications/ Industry ImpactGlobal Adoption FootprintResearchers have developed a self-powered camera that can take pictures at a rate of 1 image per second. Each pixel is designed not only to measure the incident light but also to convert the light into electric power. The camera is in prototype stage and can be used in well-lit scenes.CompaniesKey Collaborative InitiativesKey Factors Driving Adoption—Drivers and ChallengesCAGR: 25%ApplicationsM2M CommunicationsM2M Communications—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersThe exhibit above shows the distribution of patent filings in different patent offices across the world. Key Recent Funding DealsM2M CommunicationsEuropeDevice Management Software ProviderM&AGrowth in Ubiquitous ComputingCAGR: 16%ApplicationsSensor FusionSensor Fusion—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012 - 2014Key Recent Funding DealsSensor FusionEuropeInnovation EcosystemKey Collaborative InitiativesFactors Driving Adoption—Drivers and ChallengesCAGR: 37% Touchless SensingTouchless Sensing—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech AdoptionGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Recent Funding DealsApplications/Industry ImpactEuropeHand-gesture recognition systemGestSureM&AEase of InteractionGlobal Market Potential—Revenue ForecastApplicationsPrinted SensorsPrinted Sensors—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Recent Funding DealsPrinted SensorsEuropeInnovation EcosystemThe partnership resulted in the development of printed large area image sensors that are going to be commercialized by ISROG.Thin and Flexible Form FactorCAGR: 5%ApplicationsOptoelectronic SensorsOptoelectronic Sensors—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Funding DealsGlobal Adoption FootprintOptoelectronic SensorsKey InnovationsInnovation EcosystemON Semiconductor acquired Aptina Imaging in a deal worth approximately $400 million. With this acquisition, ON Semiconductor aims to penetrate the automotive sensors market and embedded vision market. Aptina was one of the key image sensing companies in USA. Proliferation of SmartphonesCAGR: 13%Applications3D Imaging Sensors3D Imaging Sensor—Technology Attractiveness DashboardTech MaturityGlobal Patent Publishing Trends, 2012‒2014Competitive Benchmarking of Top Patent HoldersGlobal Patents per Source Jurisdiction (Top 20 Patent Offices), 2012‒2014Key Recent Funding DealsApplications/Industry ImpactEuropeStanley ElectricKey Collaborative InitiativesBetter VisualizationGlobal Market Potential—Revenue ForecastApplicationsLegal DisclaimerAppendix: The Technology Attractiveness Dashboard – A brief descriptionTechnology Attractiveness DashboardTechnology Attractiveness Dashboard – A brief descriptionTechnology Attractiveness Dashboard – A brief description (continued)Technology Attractiveness Dashboard – A brief description (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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