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Global Thermal Imaging Market Expected to Reach USD 6,098.8 Million in 2019: Transparency Market Research
Date:7/16/2014

such as FLIR Systems Inc., DRS Technologies Inc., Raytheon Company and BAE Systems Inc. led the global market, and collectively accounted for around 75% of the market in 2012. These players have well-developed resources and network to meet industry demand and to retain pace with the changing technology. In order to increase their market share, key players are reducing their product prices, which is further increasing the competition among the manufacturers.

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This report analyzes the global thermal imaging market in terms of revenue (USD million). The market has been segmented as follows:

Market Segmentation of Global Thermal Imaging Market: 

Thermal Imaging Market, by Applications: 

  • Surveillance and security
  • Maintenance and monitoring
  • Traffic monitoring
  • Healthcare
  • Automobile
  • Research and development
  • Others (firefighting and personal vision)

Thermal Imaging Market, by End-users: 

  • Defense and military sector
  • Industrial sector
  • Commercial sector
  • Residential sector

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