Innovations Impacting Industrial Sensing

MEMS, LiDAR, CMOS Image Sensors Drive Developments in Industrial Safety

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Sensor technologies have been extensively used in building smart factories and manufacturing automation processes. Industrial manufacturers are increasingly using electronics systems for improving machine performance, worker safety and comfort. The main role of the sensors in the industrial sector is to inspect and monitor the work-in-progress operations that are interfaced with the manufacturing equipment. Eventually, with the advancements in sensor technologies, novel ways of parameter monitoring will lead to improvement in safety and precision of automation solutions.
Sensors in industrial applications measure multiple parameters including light, gas, chemical, pressure, flow, level, vibration and acceleration. By 2020, innovations in smart sensing will find wide scale adoption in industrial sector for tracking machine's process state and support predictive and preventive maintenance measures.
Key sensing technologies covered in this technology and innovation report include LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), CMOS image sensors, 3D vision sensors, thermal image sensors, nano gas sensors, MEMS sensors, acoustic sensors, smart sensors and accelerometers. Sensor technology and IIOT concept plays a major role in building smart factories. Other enabling technologies supporting industrial safety include machine-to-machine learning, big data, and predictive analytics. The report assesses impact of key sensor innovations in the industrial sector.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Need for Small Form Factor Sensors1.5 MEMS Drive Opportunities for Industrial Sensing Technologies2.0 Technology Landscape – Macro Level Trends and Significance of Sensing Technologies2.1 Industrial IoT and Robotics Drive Automation Trend2.2 Predictive Analytics will Drive Smart Factories 2.3 Funding Activities Geared Towards Commercialization3.0 Assessment of Advanced Vision/Imaging Systems – Key Developments and Innovators, Drivers and Challenges, Roadmap3.1 3D Image Sensors and LiDAR Influence Industrial Developments3.2 Key Innovators/Developers3.3 Advanced 3D Imaging Vision System3.4 Thermal Imaging System For Industrial Automation3.5 High Sensitivity CMOS Image Sensor using Quantum Dots3.6 Ultra High Resolution CMOS image sensor for Machine vision3.7 Hyperspectral Imaging Cameras for Material inspection and Quality Control3.8 Solid State LiDAR for Level Sensing And Volume Measurement 3.9 Key Developments and Innovators 3.9 Key Developments and Innovators (Continued)3.9 Key Developments (Continued)3.10 Key Driving Factors and Challenges3.11 Key Competitive Strategies of Organizations in Image Sensing 3.12 Roadmap and Future Opportunities4.0 Assessment of Gas Sensing – Key Developments and Innovators, Drivers and Challenges, Roadmap4.1 Nano Gas Sensors and MEMS based Gas Sensing Influence Industrial Developments4.2 Key Innovators/Developers4.3 Detection Of Multiple Gases Using Sensor Arrays With Innovative Material4.4 Ultra-sensitive Hydrogen Detection Using Hafnium4.5 Non Mechanical Compact Sensor For Gas Detection4.6 Key Technology Developments and Innovators4.6 Key Technology Developments and Innovators (Continued)4.7 Key Driving Factors4.8 Key Competitive Strategies of Organizations in Gas Sensing 4.9 Roadmap and Future Opportunities5.0 Assessment of Acoustic/Vibration Sensing – Key Developments and Innovators, Drivers and Challenges, Roadmap5.1 Predictive Analytics and Smart Sensors Influence Industrial Developments 5.2 Key Innovators/Developers5.3 Predictive Maintenance Using Vibration Sensors5.4 Smart Sensor For Monitoring Health Of Low Voltage Motors 5.5 Ultrasonic Sensor For Predictive Maintenance5.6 3D Ultrasound Sensor For Robotics5.7 MM Wave Sensors for Industrial Mobility5.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators5.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators (Continued)5.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators (Continued)5.9 Key Driving Factors5.10 Key Competitive Strategies of Organizations in Acoustic/ Vibration Sensing5.11 Roadmap and Future Opportunities6.0 Assessment of Accelerometers/Tilt Sensing – Key Developments and Innovators, Drivers and Challenges, Roadmap6.1 Integration of Sensors and Growing Demand Drive Opportunities6.2 Key Innovators/Developers6.3 Ultrasensitive MEMS Accelerometers6.4 AMR and GMR Sensors for Industrial Applications6.5 Ultra Small Accelerometer For Vibration Monitoring And Motion Detection6.6 3D Magnetic sensor for Multiple Component Detection6.7 High Precision Magnetic Sensor for 360° Angle Detection6.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators6.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators (Continued)6.8 Key Technology Developments and Innovators (Continued)6.9 Key Driving Factors and Challenges6.10 Roadmap and Future Opportunities7.0 Other Key Innovations and Innovators’ Profile7.1 Low Cost Chemical Dipsticks For Detecting Contamination7.2 Nano Chemical Sensor for Detecting Toxic Chemicals in Industries7.3 Key Developments and Innovators8.0 Implementation Examples8.1 Case Studies – Image Sensors and Vibration Sensors 8.2 Case Studies – Cameras and Smart Sensors8.3 Case Studies – Smart Ultrasonic Sensors and LiDAR 9.0 Key Patents9.1 Key Patents - Infrared Imaging Module and Motor Condition Monitoring9.2 Key Patents - Lidar Calibration and MEMS Gas Sensor10.0 Key Industry Contacts10.1 Industry ContactsLegal Disclaimer

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