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Sensor Market in Consumer Healthcare Worth $47.40 Billion by 2020 – New Report by MarketsandMarkets
Date:8/2/2014

application, and geography. The report presents a detailed analysis of sensor type market such as temperature sensor, blood pressure sensor, blood glucose sensor, blood oxygen sensor, ECG sensor, image sensor, posture sensors, altitude sensors, motion sensor, pedometers, heart rate sensor, radiation sensor, and touch sensor and forecast the growth for each one of them. In geography, the report covers Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and ROW (Rest of the World). In 2013, North America was the largest contributor in terms of market revenue for the sensor market in consumer healthcare. APAC, Europe, and ROW are also promising markets with China, Japan, India, Germany, and the Middle East providing impetus to the growth.

In the report, sensor market in consumer healthcare are been segmented by sensor type, target application, and geography. The sensor market in consumer healthcare report cover various types of sensors such as temperature sensor, pressure sensor, motion sensor, image sensor, heat-rate sensor, lactate sensor, and blood-oxygen sensor. Sensor market in consumer healthcare covers patient monitoring, therapeutic devices, imaging systems, handheld and home care equipment, and fitness and wellness devices.

Taking into consideration the future growth in this segment InvenSense, Inc. (U.S.) recently launched a wearable platform solution, which integrates the functions of health and fitness wearable device with pressure and motion sensor. Infineon Technologies (Germany) is also in the league for entering into the consumer healthcare market for sensors; the company launched 3D image sensor chips for the implementation of touch-less gesture recognition system. Texas Instruments Inc. (U.S.) launched the emotion sensing game controller to measure the psychological signals to sense the brain activity.

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