Accelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets

 

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Accelerometers are called inertial sensors. They are used to measure tilt, inclination, shock, vibration or inertial acceleration. In other words, any situation that requires the control or measurement of motion is a potential application for accelerometers. Accelerometers are used in a number of key end-user markets. Automotive is the largest end-user segment followed by the industrial and aerospace end-user market segments. With improved technology, the applications for accelerometers are increasing.

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Accelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewIntroductionCompetitive AnalysisSummary of Major FindingsTotal Market ForecastsMarket Segment AnalysisConclusionsAccelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, Total Accelerometers MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket Engineering Measurement AnalysisFrost & Sullivan AwardsGrowth Strategy Leadership AwardMarket Leadership AwardCustomer Service Leadership AwardTechnology Leadership AwardProduct Line Strategy Leadership AwardProduct Innovation Leadership AwardMarket ChallengesPrimary ChallengesSecondary ChallengesMarket DynamicsPrimary Market DriversSecondary Market DriversPrimary Market RestraintsSecondary Market RestraintsMarket Forecasts and Technology TrendsTotal Revenue ForecastsRevenues by Product TypeMulti-axial AccelerometerHigh-G AccelerometersLow-G AccelerometersRevenues by Vertical MarketTrends by End-User MarketsRevenues by Geographic RegionWorld Accelerometers Market ForecastMarket and Technology TrendsRecent Technology DevelopmentsMarket TrendsTrends by Distribution ChannelPricing TrendsCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive StructureCompetitive Analysis Accelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, North American Automotive MarketOverview and DefinitionMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket Research Measurement AnalysisMarket Forecasts Total Market ForecastsTrends by Product TypeTotal End-User Application TrendsTrends by Major End-User ApplicationsMarket and Technology TrendsTechnology TrendsDistribution AnalysisPricing TrendsCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive StructureCompetitive AnalysisAccelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, North American Aerospace MarketOverview and DefinitionsMarket OverviewDefinitionsMarket Research Measurement AnalysisMarket Forecasts Total Market ForecastTrends by Product TypeTotal End-User Application TrendsTrends by Major End-User ApplicationsMarket and Technology TrendsTechnology TrendsDistribution AnalysisPricing TrendsCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive StructureCompetitive AnalysisAccelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, North American Industrial MarketOverview and DefinitionMarket OverviewDefinitionsMarket Research Measurement AnalysisMarket ForecastsTotal Market ForecastTrends by Product TypeTotal End-User Application TrendsTrends by Major End-User ApplicationsMarket and Technology TrendsTechnology TrendsDistribution AnalysisPricing TrendsCompetitive LandscapeCompetitive StructureCompetitive AnalysisAccelerometers in the North American Automotive Aerospace and Industrial Markets, AppendixDecision Support DatabaseNumber of AircraftMilitary ExpendituresMilitary Expenditures - Equipment ProcurementNew Car ProductionNumber of Commercial ShipsLarge Scale FactoriesNumber of HouseholdsNumber of Manufacturing UnitsMilitary ShipsU.S. Household Appliance Shipments




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