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SOURCE Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Feb. 26, 2014
/PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets

(

http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9tmvb2/machine_vision

) has announced the addition of the

"Concise Analysis of the International Machine Vision Technology & Market Trends Report"

report to their offering.



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Machine vision finds opportunities outside traditional industrial manufacturing fields while moving to volume manufacturing.



Exclusive market segmentation and identification of nine key growth segments



The machine vision market is complex, composed of myriad niche applications that are either industrial or non-industrial. To simplify the machine vision market's structure and dynamics, we've created a novel market segmentation that cross-references technical and behavioral criteria. By cross-referencing technical and behavioral needs, nine homogeneous groups of key machine vision customers have been defined.



From an industrial point-of-view, versatile detection, versatile inspection and compact 3D inspection will fuel most of the machine vision industrial market's growth, driven by new low-end applications. From a non-industrial standpoint, all identified segments will sustain steady, high growth at a 15%+ CAGR; namely high-end IP surveillance, license plate recognition and automotive safety.



This report includes a structuring segmentation to help facilitate machine vision market comprehension. It also highlights key growth areas and the available strategies to gain profitability or market share.



By 2018, the industrial machine vision market will reach nearly $2B!



Total industrial machine vision sales accounted for 1.2M cameras in 2012, a number expected to reach $2B in 2018, at an 8% CAGR. After moderate 1% growth in 2012 (a reflection of the economic downturn facing the global industry), an upturn is expected in the future, thanks to the automatization trend in Asian factories, new capital expenditures in the semiconductor industry and the emergence of new low-end applications. Growth in the low-end segments will be driven by strong price erosion stemming from the commoditization of machine vision subsystems.



Machine vision players' main challenge will be how to gain market share in the dynamic low-end market segments while maintaining sustainable profitability.



Currently, adjacent non-industrial applications are expected to burgeon at a double-digit rate, driving future growth.



This report includes market insights in the form of units & revenue for market segments in both industrial and non-industrial machine vision. Industrial machine vision market forecasts are realized for 2013-2018 and include industrial cameras, smart cameras and vision sensors.




Key Topics Covered:



Report Objectives & Scope



Executive summary



1. Background & definitions



2. Machine vision market strategies



3. Machine vision market analysis



4. Machine vision supply chain analysis



5. Application focus


6. Machine vision technological analysis

7. General conclusion

Companies Mentioned:

  • 1st Vision
  • ADIMEC
  • Alexima
  • Allied Vision Technology
  • Anafocus
  • Aphesa
  • Aptina Imaging
  • Awaiba
  • Banner Engineering
  • Basler
  • Baumer Optronics
  • Bluetechnix
  • CMOSIS
  • Cognex
  • Critical Link
  • Datalogic
  • Dongbu Hitek
  • Dynamax Imaging
  • EVT
  • Edixia
  • Edmund Optics
  • FRAMOS
  • Fotonic
  • Hamamatsu Photonics
  • IDS Imaging
  • IFM
  • IMEC
  • ISRA Vision
  • ImperX
  • Industriesensorik Gmbh
  • JAI
  • JDSU
  • Kappa Optronics Gmbh
  • LMI Technologies
  • Leuze Electronic
  • Lfoundry
  • Lumenera
  • MESA Imaging
  • Matrix Vision
  • Matrox Imaging
  • Melexis
  • Micron
  • Microscan
  • Mobotix
  • NED
  • New Imaging Technologies
  • ON Semiconductor
  • Odos Imaging
  • Omnivision
  • Omron
  • Optomotive Mechatronics
  • PMD Technologies
  • Panasonic
  • Pelco
  • Photonfocus
  • Point Grey Research
  • Pyxalis
  • SICK IVP
  • SK Hynix
  • SVS Vistek
  • SensoPart
  • Smartray
  • SoftKinetics
  • Sony
  • Stemmer Imaging
  • Teledyne DALSA
  • The Imaging Source
  • Toshiba Teli
  • TowerJazz
  • VR Magic
  • Vieworks
  • Viimagic
  • Viscom
  • Vision Components
  • Vitronic
  • WLCSP
  • Wenglor
  • X-Fab
  • Ximea
  • e2v


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9tmvb2/machine_vision

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