The size of the 3D sensors market is estimated to be USD 2.7 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 9.4 billion by 2026; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 28.1% from 2021 to 2026
The medical industry is developing at a significant rate in all regions, especially with the introduction of new techniques for the treatment of diseases, for example, the increased use of image sensors for x-rays, endoscopy , molecular imaging, optical coherence tomography and ultrasound imaging.
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3D image sensors are increasingly used in the healthcare sector, due to their low power consumption, high frame rate and the miniaturization of healthcare devices. Fairchild Imaging (US) (a division of BAE Systems Inc. (UK)), OmniVision Technologies (US), Aptina Imaging (US), e2v technologies plc (UK), Hamamatsu Photonics ( Japan) and Panasonic Corporation (Japan) are some of the companies offering image sensors for this industry.
3D sensors are manufactured according to specific designs and interfaces. These specifications become a challenge for these sensors to integrate into any other device, as not all devices support the same interface. For example, newly developed technologies like Microsoft Kinect are not flexible enough to be integrated into any device. Technological developments lead to these limitations, thus limiting the growth of the market.
3D Image Sensors: The fastest type of 3D sensor in the market.
An image sensor is one of the important components of 3D technology because the majority of 3D sensor applications require 3D imaging. There are three types of image sensors: 3D CMOS sensors, 3D electro-optical sensors, and 3D ToF sensors.
3D CMOS image sensors have undergone various developments, such as increased speed due to fast frame rate and improved resolution due to increased pixel count. These sensors have also improved in terms of power consumption, color concepts and noise reduction.
The 3D CMOS architecture allows random pixel access and is equipped with the window of interest for applications requiring image compression, motion detection or target tracking. improves accuracy and allows images to be viewed from different angles.
This technology is also used in video surveillance, security, defense, high-end digital cameras and biomedical imaging.
Time of Flight: The fastest technology on the 3D sensor market.
ToF sensors offer a much higher frame rate and lower z-resolution (approximately 1-2cm) compared to other 3D sensors. The results provided by a 3D sensor are accurate for large measuring ranges, while, for small objects up to one meter, the time of flight requires a high speed, because the time difference is less (of the order of picosecond).
This technology uses a laser for a wide measuring range and uses LEDs for a short range. It is mainly used in radar, laser and acoustic devices.
3D sensors based on this technology are used in automotive, manufacturing, medical devices, human-machine interface, gaming, consumer electronics, robotics, and digital photography. Some of the companies providing such 3D sensors are Texas Instruments Incorporated (USA), Infineon Technologies AG (Germany) and Melexis (Belgium).
Consumer electronics: the biggest vertical growth in the 3D sensor market
The application of 3D sensors in consumer electronics is driven by the advent of AI technology, increased competition among consumer electronics companies, and increased demand for improved functionality in electronic products General public. 3D sensors are used in several consumer electronics products such as smartphones, laptops, cameras, portable electronics, televisions, tablets and scanners for 3D imaging, position tracking, sensing depth, measurement and design, gesture and movement tracking and safety.
The implementation of 3D sensors in consumer electronics is increasing. For example, a structure sensor can be used as a clip-on accessory for the iPad to digitize 3D objects to build a manipulable model of a part with full measurements.
GestureTek (Canada) provides 3D sensors for 3D displays and tracking systems, Infineon Technologies (Germany) for cameras, Apple Inc. (United States) and Google Inc. (United States) for mobile phones, and Neusoft (China) for portable electronics.
APAC: The fastest growing region in the global 3D sensor market.
3D sensing technology in this region is mainly used in consumer electronics devices such as smartphones, game consoles, PCs and laptops. The application of 3D technology is growing in the entertainment industry in this region. The low cost of labor has boosted the manufacturing of components and devices in this region and made it a hub for manufacturing companies.
APAC is the fastest growing market for 3D sensors in various application areas. China and India are the fastest growing economies in the world.
In APAC, this market is growing due to applications not only in consumer electronics, but also in the healthcare and automotive industries. Sony Corporation (Japan) and ASUSTeK Computers Inc. (Taiwan) are among the companies manufacturing 3D sensors in this region.
The study contains information from various industry experts ranging from component suppliers to Tier 1 companies and OEMs. The distribution of the primaries is as follows:
• By type of business: level 1 – 40%, level 2 – 25% and level 3 – 35%
• By designation: C-level executives – 35%, directors – 28% and others – 37%
• By region: APAC – 40%, North America – 28%, Europe – 22%, RDM – 10%
Infineon Technologies AG (Germany), OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (United States), Sony Corporation (Japan), Cognex Corporation (United States), Lumentum Operations LLC (United States), ifm electronic gmbh (Germany), Intel Corporation (United States), KEYENCE CORPORATION. (Japan), LMI Technologies Inc. (Canada), Microchip Technology Inc. (United States), II-VI Incorporated (United States), AIRY3D (Canada), ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (Taiwan), CronAI (United Kingdom ), Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG (Germany), Mantis Vision Ltd. (Israel), Melexis NV (Belgium), Microsoft (United States), Occipital, Inc. (United States), Orbbec 3D (United States), Panasonic Corporation (Japan), Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (United States ), Quanergy Systems, Inc. (United States), Samsung (South Korea) and SICK AG (Germany) are among the many players in the 3D sensor market.
The report segments the 3D sensors market and forecasts its size, by value, by type (image sensors, position sensors, acoustic sensors, accelerometers and others), by technology (stereo vision, structured light, time of flight , ultrasound and others). ), by end-use industry (consumer electronics, healthcare, aerospace and defense, industrial robotics, entertainment, automotive, security and surveillance, and others) and by region (North America, Europe, APAC and RoW).
The report also provides a comprehensive examination of market drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges in the 3D Sensors market. The report also covers qualitative aspects in addition to quantitative aspects of these markets.
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