CRI-report) -This new report quantifies the marketplaces for low-cost sensors within the next eight years. Within the report, we examine the most recent technologies, methods, and technical developments from the sensor industry and find out the programs by which low-cost sensors can generate revenue for providers. The report provides granular, eight-year volume and revenue predictions with this business.
The reduced-cost sensor programs included in this report include: wise packaging for consumer goods pharmaceutical wise packaging and health care-related programs interactive media and disposable electronics programs lighting programs, including both stand alone lighting control models and wise lighting systems building aut0mation systems and diagnostic test strips for monitoring of, for instance, bloodstream glucose or levels of cholesterol along with a digital meter.
The analyst provides coverage of sensors marketplaces for quite some time included in a bigger concentrate on the low-cost and printed electronics marketplaces, as well as in this report we share the experience we have received in to the market possibilities which will emerge and grow for low-cost sensors in key application areas.
The reduced-cost sensor market will keep growing within the next decade, driven usually by the requirement for better diagnostics to have an aging (and ailing) population, in addition to through the development of low-cost electronics for a number of programs and wise packaging items with integrated realizing abilities:
The second programs are in bigger trends toward ubiquitous electronics and also the -Internet-of-things-, that are finally showing indications of real growth after percolating individually distinct for quite some time.
Low-cost sensors are key enablers of these trends, because the idea of putting electronics into everyday objects of all types requires really low-cost components, including sensors. Importantly, it’s during these new low-cost electronics programs the analyst thinks probably the most exciting, i.e. greatest growth, possibilities within the low-cost sensor sector lie.
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE Background OBJECTIVES Of The REPORT 1.1 Background for this Report 1.1.1 Low-Cost Electronics like a Marketplace for Low-Cost Sensors 1.2 Objectives and Scope of the Report
CHAPTER TWO: LOW-COST SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES AND Items 2.1 Inexpensive Sensors: Key Issues 2.1.1 Meaning of Low-Cost Sensors 2.1.2 The significance of Printing towards the Low-Cost Sensor Value Proposition 2.3 Diagnostic Test Strips – The Greatest Marketplace for Low-Cost Sensors 2.3 Other Programs for Low-Cost Sensors 2.3.1 Low-Cost Sensors in Wise Packaging of Consumer Goods 2.3.2 Low-Cost Sensors in Pharmaceutical Packaging and Health care-Related Wise Programs 2.3.3 Interactive Media and Disposable Electronics 2.3.4 Low-Cost Sensors in Lighting Programs 2.3.5 Low-Cost Sensors in Building Automation
CHAPTER THREE: Predictions FOR LOW-COST SENSORS 3.1 Predicting Methodology 3.1.1 General Methodology 3.1.2 Data Sources 3.1.3 Scope from the Forecast 3.1.4 Economic Presumptions 3.1.5 Alternative Situations 3.2 Eight-Year Predictions for Low-Cost Sensors 3.2.1 Predictions of Diagnostic Test Strips 3.2.2 Predictions of Low-Cost Sensors in Pharmaceutical Wise Packaging and Health care-Related Programs 3.2.3 Predictions for Low-Costs Sensors in Interactive Media and Disposable Electronics 3.2.4 Eight-Year Predictions for Low-Cost Sensors in Lighting 3.2.5 Eight-Year Predictions for Low-Cost Sensors in Building Automation 3.3 Summaries of Eight-Year Predictions for Low-Cost Sensors 3.3.1 Summary by Application 3.3.2 Summary by Sensor Type
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