2016 Top Technologies in Sensors and Instrumentation

Sensors and Instrumentation technologies that will have the highest impact in 2016

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Sensor technology has been the key enabler for various applications related to automation, monitoring, and testing. Developments in sensors have always been geared at addressing industry-specific challenges. Sensors are enabling next-generation consumer-centric applications. Information collection is the key in realizing the concept of Internet of Things (IoT).

The technology and innovation report covers the top 10 sensor and instrumentation technologies that will have highest impact in the near- and medium-term. Key technologies in the cluster were evaluated to arrive at the top 10 technologies for 2016. The technologies were selected after critical evaluation of an exhaustive list of technologies using TechVision's proprietary selection methodology. The report assesses technologies from various aspects such as patents, funding, applications, megatrend impact, disruptiveness and market potential. The top 10 technologies covered in this report are commercial drones, biosensors, next gen RTLS, terahertz sensing, smart haptics, energy harvesting, thermography, sensor fusion, high resolution CMOS image sensors, and nanosensors.

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Selection Methodology1.3 Top 10 Technologies in Sensors and Instrumentation Cluster1.4 Healthcare is a Key Growth Area for Sensors1.5 The Need For Preventive Healthcare, Remote Monitoring, and Rapid detection Technology are Driving Biosensors Adoption1.6 Building Automation is One of the Key Markets for Energy Harvesting2.0 Technology Deep Dive—Commercial Drones2.1 Drones-as-a-service is an Emerging Business Model2.2 China Emerging as a Hotspot for Drones with Local Companies Strengthening IP Portfolio2.3 Drones to Impact both Consumer and Enterprise Sectors2.4 North America Continues to Lead the Market, China Has the Potential for Higher Market Share2.5 Companies to Watch2.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning3.0 Biosensors3.1 Point of Care and Home Diagnosis are Key Segments of the Multi-billion Dollar Market3.2 EU Projects Support Development of Nano-based Biosensors3.3 Increasing Adoption Potential Beyond Healthcare Applications3.4 APAC Countries Pose Increased Market Opportunity, with China Becoming a Key Market Due to its Healthcare Reforms 3.5 Companies and University Innovations to Watch3.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning4.0 Terahertz Sensing4.1 Terahertz Sensing Market to Pick Up Pace; CMOS Sources and Detectors to Drive Development of Low-Cost Sensors4.2 Increased Focus on Terahertz Generation and Detection Technologies4.3 Non-Destructive Testing and Security Scanning Emerging as Key Applications4.4 Japan and China are Emerging as Key Technology Developers4.5 Companies to Watch 4.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning5.0 Next Generation RTLS5.1 With Market Expanding Rapidly, IoT, Big Data, and Cloud Will Drive Future Growth5.2 Government Funding Will Increase Awareness and Adoption in Emerging Economies 5.3 Declining Cost is Driving Adoption in Government and Healthcare Sectors5.4 With the United States Playing a Vital Role in Adoption, the European Commission is Driving RTLS and IoT Technology Innovations5.5 Companies to Watch5.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning6.0 Smart Haptics6.1 Smartphones and Tablets will Continue to Drive the Haptics Market6.2 Strategic Partnerships Will Expand Application Scope6.3 Smartphones is a High-Volume Market for Touch Screens in Terms of Unit Shipments6.4 The Increase in Internet and Mobile Usage Will Drive the Need for Unique User Interfaces6.5 Companies to Watch 6.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning7.0 Energy Harvesting7.1 North America and Europe will Lead Technology Adoption7.2 EU Funded Projects Propel Technology Development7.3 Waste Heat Recovery is Gaining Traction7.4 Asia Pacific Solar Alliance will Increase Demand and Drive Photovoltaic Innovations7.5 Companies to Watch7.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning8.0 Thermography8.1 Favorable Regulations and Increased Adoption of NDT Drive Market8.2 US DoD Funding Heavily on Forward Looking Infrared Sensors8.3 Building Inspection and Healthcare are Emerging Applications8.4 The United States Leads Technology Development and Adoption8.5 Companies to Watch8.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning9.0 Sensor Fusion9.1 Indoor Navigation, Immersive Gaming, and Context Awareness will Accelerate Adoption9.2 VC Funds Boost Innovations in Consumer Electronics Sector9.3 Automotive, Security and Smart Grids are Growing Markets9.4 US is the Pioneer of Leveraging Sensor Fusion in Smartgrid9.5 Companies to Watch9.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning10.0 High Resolution CMOS Image Sensors10.1 Automotive Electronics will Drive the Market in the Near Term10.2 Consumer Electronics Dominates Patent Filing Trends10.3 Consumer Electronics is a Major Market Followed by Automotive10.4 Consumer Electronics Demand in China and India can Propel Adoption10.5 Companies to Watch10.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning11.0 Nanosensors11.1 Healthcare Segment Drives Market Opportunities11.2 Universities Lead Innovation with the Support of Government Funds11.3 Miniaturized and Lightweight Aspects Boost Adoption11.4 Strong Research in APAC Promises Better Materials to Improve the Efficiency of Nanosensing Devices11.5 Companies to Watch11.6 Key Questions for Strategy Planning12.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career12.3 Global Perspective12.4 Industry Convergence12.5 360º Research Perspective12.6 Implementation Excellence12.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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