Innovations in Image Sensors (TechVision)

High resolution and dynamic range imaging drive opportunities

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The technology and innovation report assess innovations in image sensors and also its impact on different industries. Increasing need for high resolution and dynamic range and fast imaging in applications such as automotive, aerospace, medical, consumer electronics and industrial drives the need for enhanced image sensing device.
The automotive sector is focused on increasing the safety of driver and car to the next level and image sensors facilitate enhanced safety in cars. Innovations in image sensors enable medical applications ranging from X-ray imaging to smart pills. Adoption of image sensors is envisioned high for industrial applications such as machine vision, quality check, inspection, and robotics. Improved efficiency, reduced cost, and low energy consumption aspects of image sensors have garnered interest from various industries including aerospace. The market share for image sensors in the aerospace industry will increase as cameras become key components for safety, pilot assistance in landing, and structural health monitoring. Mobile phones with imaging capabilities are driving the growth of image sensors for consumer electronics.
The report focuses on analysing key innovations in different sectors such as automotive, medical, industrial, and aerospace and consumer electronics.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained2.0 Key Findings2.1 Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging, NIRS, and Photoacoustic Tomography are Key Enabling Technologies2.2 Impact on Key Sectors – Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Industrial, and Aerospace3.0 Technology Segmentation and Enabling Technology Platforms 3.1 Key Types of Image Sensors – CCD and CMOS 3.2 Enabling Technology Platforms – HIS, NIRS, PAT, DACE, Fusion, BSI, Global Shutter, Stacked CMOS, and OCT3.3 How Do We Achieve Depth Perception in Images?4.0 Innovations in Image Sensors Impacting the Automotive Sector4.1 ADAS is Driving Innovation in Image Sensing4.2 Depth Information, Flickering, SoC, and High Dynamic Range are Key Transformation Forces4.3 Representation of Image Sensors in Automotive - LDW, Blind Spot Detection, Traffic Sign Recognition 4.4 Innovations Impacting Automotive Applications - Next Gen Thermal Imagers, High Dynamic Range Sensors, 3D Vision System, ToF based 3D Image Sensor4.5 Fully Autonomous Vehicles are Expected by 2025, and Depth Sensing and High Dynamic Range Camera will Improve Visualization 5.0 Innovations in Image Sensor Impacting the Medical Sector5.1 Innovations Enable Applications Ranging from X-ray Imaging to Smart Pills5.2 Low Cost, Cross-Industry Collaboration, Portability, Integration and Patient Comfort are Key Transformation Forces5.3 Image Sensor Representation in the Medical Domain – X-ray, Ultrasound, MRI, and Nuclear Imaging 5.4 Innovation Impacting Medical Applications – 3D Microwave Sensor, Hand-held Optical Scanner, Optoacoustic Ultrasound, MRO, Coronis Displays5.5 By 2025, Radiation Doses will Reduce and More Efficient Imaging Services will be Leveraged to Benefit Patients, Physicians, and Employees6.0 Innovations in Image Sensors Impacting the Industrial Sector6.1 3D Vision System is the Key Focus Area6.2 Key Forces of Transformation – Throughput and Accuracy, Miniaturization, Cost Efficiency, Decreasing Price, and Improved Functionality6.3 Innovation Impacting Industrial Applications – Single Source Inspection, Polarization Camera, High Speed Inspection of Metal Sheets6.4 By 2025, Adoption of Humanoid Robots are Likely to Increase Creating Opportunities for Wider Use of Image Sensors7.0 Innovations in Image Sensor Impacting the Aerospace Sector7.1 Companies are Focusing on Aircraft Landing and Takeoff Aspects7.2 Key Transformation Forces – High Speed Camera, Shutter, Hyperspectral Imaging7.3 Innovation Impacting Aerospace Applications – NIR Image Sensor, CMOS Hyper Vision Camera, Short Wave IR Imaging7.4 By 2025, Hyperspectral Imaging are Likely to be Used in UAVs to Provide Detailed View of a Scene 8.0 Innovations in Image Sensor Impacting the Consumer Electronics Sector8.1 Technology Development is High in South Korea8.2 Higher Frame Rates, Quantum Efficiency, Miniaturization, and Dynamic Range are Key Transformation Forces8.3 3D Integrated CMOS, High Resolution Wafer Scale, Hybrid CMOS, and ToF Image Sensor Innovations Impact on Consumer Electronics8.4 By 2025, High Density 3D Integration, and Multispectral Camera are Likely to Gain Traction9.0 Impact Assessment of Innovations9.1 Criteria based Assessment of Key Innovations – Capability Enhancement, Speed of Development, Impact on Multiple Industries, and Breadth of Demand9.2 Impact Assessment of Key Innovations – BSI Architecture, Quantum Film, TSV, Stacked CMOS, High Dynamic Range, Global Shutter, Lateral Drift Photo Detector, and Sensor Matrix10.0 Strategic Insights10.1 Automotive offers Near-Term Growth Opportunities10.2 Technology Management Strategies – Funding, Partnership, Manufacturing10.3 Key Conclusions – Enhanced Depth Sensing and Improved HMI can Expand Market Opportunities11.0 Key Patents11.1 Key Patents on Color-Sensitive Image Sensor and LIDAR based Operating Method 11.2 Recalibration of Cameras and Vein Pattern Authentication Related Patents 11.3 Key Patents on Manufacturing Method and Medical Applications12.0 Key Contacts12.1 Key Industry Participants12.2 Legal Disclaimer13.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story13.1 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career13.2 Global Perspective13.3 Industry Convergence13.3 360º Research Perspective13.4 Implementation Excellence




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