DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Australia Temperature Sensors Market - Growth, Trends & Forecasts (2016 - 2021)" report to their offering.
The Australia temperature sensors market is expected to increase to $0.26 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 5.16% over the period 2015-2020.
Australia is estimated to account for a share of 15% in the Asia Pacific Temperature Sensor Market in 2014. As technical innovation in sensor technologies is low, product differentiation has remained challenging for manufacturers.
The Australia Temperature Sensors Market is segmented on the basis of Type (Bimetallic Sensor, Thermistor Sensors, RTD, Thermocouple Sensors, IR Sensors, Fiber Optic Sensors, and Others), & Industry (Consumer Electronics, Power Generation, Automotive, Petrochemical, Aerospace & Defense, Healthcare, Industrial, and Others).
This report describes a detailed study of the Porter's five forces analysis of the market. All the five major factors in these markets have been quantified using the internal key parameters governing each of them. It also covers the market landscape of these players which includes the key growth strategies and competition analysis.
The report also considers key trends that will impact the industry and profiles over 10 leading suppliers of Australia Temperature Sensors Market. Some of the top companies mentioned in the report are Texas Instruments (U.S.), STMicroelectronics (The Netherlands), Honeywell International (U.S.), Infineon Technologies AG (Germany), Freescale semiconductor Inc. (U.S.), and Maxim Integrated Products Inc. (U.S.) and among others.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Key Findings
3. Market Overview & Dynamics
5. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
6. Market Segmentation
7. Company Profiles
8. Investment Analysis
9. Future Of Temperature Sensors Market
- Texas Instruments
- Mo US er Electronics
- Microchip Technology
- Infineon Technologies
- Maxim Integrated Products
- Sick Ag
- Dwyer Instruments
- Ifm Electronic Gmbh
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