Sensor Market Worth USD 344.48 Billion at a CAGR of 6.30% by 2030- Report by Market Research Future (MRFR)

Surging demand for smart sensors in loT-based devices to boost the market growth

New York, USA, May 23, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to a comprehensive research published by report by Market Research Future (MRFR), "Sensor Market Information by Type, Component, Technology, Verticals, and Region - Forecast till 2030”, Sensor Market could thrive at a rate of 6.30% between 2022 and 2030. The market size will be reaching around USD 344.48  Billion by the end of the year 2030

The sensor market refers to the industry that produces and sells various types of sensors, including temperature sensors, pressure sensors, motion sensors, image sensors, and many others. Sensors are devices that can detect and respond to physical or chemical changes in their environment and convert these changes into electrical signals that can be analyzed and interpreted by electronic devices or computer systems. The global sensor market is a rapidly growing industry that is driven by advancements in technology, increasing demand for smart devices, and the need for real-time data analysis and monitoring in various industries.

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Market Competitive Landscape:

The affluent companies in the Sensor industry include

  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • ABB Group
  • STMicroelectronics NV
  • Honeywell International Inc. 
  • Siemens AG
  • Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
  • Emerson Electric Co

Report Scope:

Report MetricDetails
Revenue forecast in 2030USD 344.48 billion
Growth RateCAGR of 6.30% from 2022 to 2030
Base Year2021
Study Period2022-2030
Key Market OpportunitiesIncrease in demand for miniaturized consumer devices
Key Market DriversThe rise in the usage of IIoT solutions Increase in demand for miniaturized consumer devices.

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Latest Industry Development (September 2022):

SICK introduced its next-generation WLL80 Fibre Optic Sensors. These sensors are designed for easy configuration and versatile integration into machinery and conveyor systems in electronics manufacturing. They are highly accurate and suitable for detecting objects in confined spaces. The WLL80 fiber optic amplifier can be used with SICK's new LLX portfolio of cutting-edge fibers.

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Market Drivers:

One driver for the sensor market is the increasing demand for smart devices and automation. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, there is a growing need for sensors to collect and transmit data for various applications such as smart homes, wearables, smart cities, and autonomous vehicles. The demand for sensors is also increasing in manufacturing and process industries to enable predictive maintenance, improve efficiency and reduce downtime. Additionally, the advancement of sensor technologies such as MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) and wireless sensors is expanding the scope of sensor applications, leading to new opportunities for the sensor market.

Market Restraints:

One restraint for the sensor market is the high cost of sensor technologies, which can limit their adoption in certain applications. Advanced sensors with high accuracy and reliability can be expensive, making them unaffordable for some applications, particularly in developing economies. Moreover, the cost of sensor installation, calibration, and maintenance can also add to the overall expense of using sensors. Another challenge is the lack of standardization in sensor technologies, which can lead to compatibility issues and hinder the integration of sensors in complex systems. These factors can act as barriers to the growth of the sensor market in certain regions and applications.

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COVID 19 Analysis:

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the sensor market in various ways. While the initial outbreak led to a decrease in demand for sensors due to supply chain disruptions and economic uncertainty, the market has since rebounded due to the growing demand for sensors in healthcare, smart homes, and other applications. The pandemic has also highlighted the need for sensors in public health and safety, such as temperature sensors for fever detection, and occupancy sensors for social distancing.

On the other hand, the pandemic has also led to some restraints in the sensor market. One of the main challenges faced by sensor manufacturers is the disruption of supply chains due to lockdowns, travel restrictions, and factory shutdowns. This has led to delays in the production and delivery of sensors, which in turn has affected the overall demand and growth of the market. Additionally, the economic slowdown caused by the pandemic has resulted in reduced investments in new technologies, which may affect the development and adoption of advanced sensors shortly.

Market Segmentation:

  • By Type - The types in the market include Image Sensors, Biosensors, Optical Sensors, Motion Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Temperature Sensors, Humidity Sensors, Radar Sensors, Touch Sensors, Proximity Sensors, and Level Sensors.
  • By Component - By component, the segment includes Microcontrollers, Transceivers, Amplifiers, and ADC & DAC
  • By Technology - By technology, the segment includes MEMS, CMOS, and NEMS
  • By Vertical - By vertical, the segment includes Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Industrial IT & Telecom, Healthcare, Aerospace & Defense, Food & Beverages, and Construction

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Regional Insights:

In North America, the sensor market is primarily driven by the presence of major sensor manufacturers, increased adoption of autonomous vehicles, and demand for sensors in the healthcare sector. The United States is the largest market for sensors in North America, due to the presence of several major players and increasing investment in R&D activities related to sensors. Further, in Europe, the growth of the sensor market is attributed to factors such as the increasing adoption of Industry 4.0, the need for automation in manufacturing processes, and the growth of the automotive and healthcare sectors. Germany is the largest market for sensors in Europe due to its strong automotive industry and the presence of major sensor manufacturers.

Additionally, in the Asia Pacific, the sensor market is driven by increasing demand for sensors in various applications such as consumer electronics, automotive, and healthcare. The growth of the manufacturing industry in China and India is also contributing to the growth of the sensor market in the region.

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