Chemical sensors are essential for analyzing the chemical composition of a sample in industries ranging from automotive to medical, industrial and environmental. The sensors consist of a receptor and transducer that operate on a real-time basis and are controlled by kinetics and thermodynamic chemical reactions.
Demand for quick, accurate diagnosis in the medical sector is expected to be a developing trend in the market over the next four years.
“Chemical sensors help record patient data, and are being used in blood sugar testing strips, portable glucose monitors, renal failure diagnosis, drug and alcohol abuse diagnosis, cancer diagnosis, and fertility treatments,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of TechNavio.
Emerging developments in technology are also expected to increase the market penetration of chemical sensors and provide better solutions in end-user industries. Manufacturers are introducing new cost-effective, portable and miniaturized variations of sensors that provide better integration with measurement systems.
“The market is highly fragmented with the presence of several large vendors like Abbott Laboratories, Bayer, Bosch, Johnson & Johnson, NGK and Roche, which have vast geographical presences with huge production facilities worldwide,” says Ghaus.
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