Top Technologies in Sensors and Instrumentation, 2017

Automotive, Healthcare, Industrial, and Defense Sectors Drive Opportunities for Advanced Sensing Technologies

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The technology and innovation research service covers the top 10 sensor and instrumentation technologies that will have highest impact in the near- to medium-term
Key technologies in the sensor and instrumentation cluster were evaluated to arrive at the top 10 technologies for 2017.
The technologies were selected after critical evaluation of an exhaustive list of technologies using TechVision's proprietary selection methodology.
The research service assesses technologies from various aspects such as nature of disruption, key technology drivers, market potential, patents, funding, applications and megatrends impacted. The top 10 technologies covered in this research service are Biosensors, Touchless Sensing, Smart Haptics, ADAS, Electronic Skin/e-skin, Energy Harvesting, Drones, Robotics Sensors, Electronic Nose and Nanosensors.

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Top 50 Technologies – Selection Methodology1.3 Trends in the Sensor Industry1.4 Key Findings1.4 Key Findings (continued)2.0 Technology Deep Dive Biosensors2.1 Miniaturization and High Sensing Accuracy Foster Technology Advancements2.2 Developments are Supported by Government and Venture Capitalist Investments2.3 Healthcare, Food, and Agricultural Industries are High-impact Sectors2.4 Innovators’ Profile3.0 Touchless Sensing3.1 Several Start-ups from Israel and Europe Pioneering Technology Development3.2 Funding by Venture Capitalists Driving Faster Adoption in Developed Economies3.3 Automotive and Consumer Electronics Sectors are Rapidly Growing Markets3.4 Companies to Watch4.0 Smart Haptics4.1 Smart Haptics Poised to Penetrate Automotive and Healthcare Sectors4.2 US Leads R&D Activities in the Smart Haptics Space4.3 Military and Homeland Security are High Impact Sectors4.4 Companies to Watch 5.0 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)5.1 North America Continues to Lead the ADAS Market followed by European Region Which Has the Potential to Gain Market Share5.2 US Emerges as a Hotspot for ADAS with Start-up Companies Strengthening IP Portfolio5.3 ADAS to Highly Impact Automotive Sectors Enabling Autonomous Vehicles5.4 Companies to Action6.0 Electronic Skin (E-Skin)6.1 APAC Offers Better Market Prospects with Japan Becoming a Key Market for E-skin6.2 Government and VC Funds Boost Innovations in the Healthcare Sector6.3 Healthcare and Consumer Electronics are High-impact Sectors6.4 Companies and Research University Innovations to Watch7.0 Energy Harvesting7.1 Wireless Sensors and Hybrid Devices Drive Market Growth7.2 Developments are Supported by Government and VC Investments7.3 Automotive and Consumer Electronics Sectors are Rapidly Growing Markets7.4 Companies to Watch8.0 Drones8.1 Increased Data Collection Efficiency Favoring Advancement8.2 The US Leads the World in Development of Drones8.3 Military and Agriculture are Key Markets 8.4 Companies Exploring Potential of Drones9.0 Robotics Sensors9.1 Next-generation Robotics and Safety Sensors Drive Market Growth9.2 China Leads the World in the R&D Space9.3 Manufacturing, Space, and Automotive Industries are High-impact Sectors9.4 Companies to Watch10.0 Electronic Nose (E-Nose)10.1 Enhanced Safety and Security are Key Driving Factors10.2 China Leads the World in Advancements in E-Nose10.3 Military and Defense and Food and Beverages are Key Trending Markets10.4 Key Innovators11.0 Nanosensors11.1 Miniaturization, High Sensitivity, and High Selectivity Factors Bolster Advancements in Nanotechnology11.2 Spur in Innovation with Government Funding11.3 Healthcare, Military, and Defense are Key Applications Sectors Driving Growth11.4 Companies to WatchLegal Disclaimer12.0 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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