“ Smart Sensor “Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2021

The global smart sensors market is anticipated to witness significant growth during the forecast period, owing to the growth in use of consumer electronic devices, development of smart cities, and increase in penetration of Internet of Things

Pressure sensors are among the key measuring and monitoring sensors used in most end–user industries. Pressure is an important parameter of diverse disciplines such as aerodynamics, thermodynamics, acoustics, fluid mechanics, and biophysics. MEMS-based pressure sensors have been widely utilized in consumer electronics, automotive systems, environmental monitoring, and medical diagnostics sectors among others. Thus, these sensors are expected to hold the major share of the smart sensor market between 2017 and 2021.

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The tremendous technological developments in the past decade have led to considerable reduction in the size of sensors; for instance, the size of pressure sensor has been reduced from approximately 0.5um to 1 mm. The reduction in the size of these sensors and the adoption of MEMS technology have resulted in a wide horizon of applications for sensors in the fields of automotive, aviation, healthcare, wireless and optical communications, and consumer products. Moreover, the growing demand for smart devices and wearable electronics in the consumer electronics sector are some of the major growth drivers.

The Major players reported in the market include:
Aptina Imaging
Omnvision Technologies
Samsung Electronics
Sony
STMicroelectronics
Toshiba

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