DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Piezoelectric Sensors and Ultrasonic Transducers - Types, Materials, Applications, New Developments, Industry Structure and Global Markets" report to their offering.
This Market Has Experienced Robust Growth in the Last Two Decades, and It Will Continue to Witness Strong Growth in the Next Years
The two non-military product groups covered - piezoelectric sensors and ultrasonic transducers - basically originate from the same material group, piezoelectric materials comprised of different grades of piezoelectric crystals, ceramics such as PZT, PVDF and ceramic/polymer composites.
Due to the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) and automation in industrial processing and home applications, the demand for sensors and transducers has increased dramatically. A sensor is a device which detects change in physical parameters and converts it into signals which can be recorded or measured, e.g., vibration sensors which convert vibrations into voltage signals. A transducer is a device which converts energy in primary form into corresponding energy signals in a different form. Important primary forms of energy include, for example, mechanical, electromagnetic, thermal, chemical and optical energy.
Sensors are used throughout agriculture, the power sector, healthcare, the automotive industry, telecommunications, instrumentation, and many other areas. To meet demand in these areas, various sensor-based products have been developed. Today, sensors are in use in gadgets for everyday living, as well as in airplanes, cellular telephones, radios and TVs, chemical and industrial plants, and more.
Due to the boom in wireless standard compliant devices based on WiFi, Zigbee and Bluetooth, home automation has become reality. Home automation relies heavily on sensors of various kinds, such as proximity sensors and motion sensors, liquid level sensors, smoke sensors, magnetic sensors, temperature sensors and light sensors, among others.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive Summary
3. Industry Overview
4. Technology Overview
5. Piezoelectric Sensors
6. Piezoelectric Sensor Application Segments
7. Ultrasonic Transducers
8. Industry Structure And Global Markets
9. New Developments
10. Appendix I Companies Manufacturing Piezoelectric Sensors And Ultrasonic Transducers
11. Appendix II Raw Material Suppliers To Producers Of Piezoelectric Sensors And Ultrasonic Transducers
- Airmar Technology Corporation
- Annon Piezo Technology Co., Ltd.
- Annon Technology Co. Ltd.
- APC International, Ltd.
- AVL List Gmbh
- Blatek, Inc.
- Ceramtec Gmbh
- Channel Technologies Group
- Connection Technology Center Inc
- CTS Electronic Components, Inc.
- Dytran Instruments Incorporated
- EBL Products Inc.
- EDO Cor. Electro-Ceramic Products Div.
- Fuji Electric
- HBM Test And Measurement
- Insensor A/S
- Kistler Group
- Kyungwon Ferrite Ind. Co., Ltd
- Materials Systems Inc.
- Measurement Specialties Inc
- Meggitt Sensing Systems
- Nec Tokin Corporation
- Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Ndk)
- Noliac A/S
- PCB Piezotronics
- Quartzdyne, Inc.
- Sensor Technology Ltd.
- Sensotech Gmbh
- Sinoceramics, Inc.
- Willow Technologies Ltd.
- Wilxion Research
- Zonare Medical Systems
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