Market Research Report
Connector Types and Technologies Poised for Growth
|Published by||Bishop & Associates, Inc.||Product code||113305|
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|Connector Types and Technologies Poised for Growth|
|Published: October 31, 2019||Content info:||
This report identifies 16 connector and sensor types that are expected to grow at a significantly faster rate than the general market over the next five years. ‘Connector Types and Technologies Poised for Growth’ is a 21-chapter, 271-page report that defines the key characteristics of each connector or sensor, as well as provides typical applications, key manufacturers, along with projected market values and five-year CAGR. This report also reviews emerging trends and technologies that are likely to have major impact on connector and sensor design and applications over this same period.
Each connector or sensor type is defined with a product description including key mechanical and electrical performance characteristics, as well as the rational for its selection. Major applications are also identified. A global market value and forecast covering the years 2018 through 2024, with a five-year CAGR, document our growth expectations for each product type.
Many of the selected products have existed in the market for several years, but emerging applications will propel their growth well beyond that of the general connector market. Some legacy connector types, for instance, are being adapted to high-speed differential signaling, which will allow implementation in next-generation equipment. In other cases, entirely new interfaces will likely show significant percentage growth from near zero as they are implemented in new high-volume applications.
The term “connectivity” has become the mantra for the expanding universe of electronic devices that pervade our world today. People-to-people, machine-to-machine, well as people-to-machine communication is spawning entirely new classes of electronic devices. Capabilities such as face recognition, location awareness, and artificial intelligence can provide much enhanced interaction with our devices, while creating new vulnerabilities for hackers to target. Electronic connectors and sensors now play an increasingly critical role in the performance of the end device as well as the infrastructure that supports it. Development of a new connector typically is the result of an identified gap in the mix of current interfaces in terms of bandwidth, physical size, pin count, durability, current rating, termination method, and price. Connector manufacturers must be constantly on the outlook for the new technology that may require a unique set of performance requirements as well as disruptive technologies that could quickly make a current product obsolete.
‘Connectors and Technologies Poised for Growth ’provides useful insight on key interconnects and technologies that we anticipate will propel the electronics industry over the next five years.