PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1208700
PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1208700
The global gas sensors market was valued at US$ XX billion in 2021; it is projected to reach US$ XX billion by 2029, with growth at a CAGR of 5.9% over the forecast period 2022-2029.
Gas sensors are the semiconductor nanostructures that confine the motion of valence band holes, conduction band electrons or excitons in all three spatial directions. The properties of the gas sensors vary as per their shape and material. Due to quantum mechanics, gas sensors exhibit optical and electronic properties that differ from larger particles. Gas sensors are widely used in single-electron transistors, solar cells, LEDs, lasers, single-photon sources, second-harmonic generation, quantum computing and medical imaging.
Gas sensors are being increasingly adopted across various industries to enhance safety. For instance, in the medical and healthcare segment, the sensor technology is primarily used for measuring (Volatile Organic Compounds) VOCs, which may have adverse short-term and long-term health effects. Moreover, gas sensors are also integrated into medical devices such as patient monitoring systems for analyzing the toxic gas in the body.
The design of typical gas sensors involves the usage of multiple electric and electronic parameters. Although it makes the gas sensor advanced, it also leads to a shorter life span. The shorter life span of the sensors is owing to the various factors through which a typical electrochemical gas sensor is put under which, including temperature, humidity, interfering gases and physical factors such as vibration and impact and contamination or damage to the sensor. It will be a key factor in preventing the growth of the global market during the forecast period.
Governments from various nations are prone to introducing new environmental policies and protocols that focus on reducing global warming by controlling gas emissions in the industrial processes. These initiatives will create new frameworks that will escalate the demand for gas detection systems in the manufacturing sector to assist in monitoring and detecting poisonous and combustible gases in industrial plants. It also aids in the measurement of oxygen levels in small places and controls combustion in industrial blast furnaces. The new government initiatives will generate new opportunities for the global market during the forecast period.
The development of new types of gas sensors is a complicated process that involves working on multiple parameters. The research, design, development, prototyping and field testing of new gas sensors requires long lead times and present major challenges for the growth of the global gas sensors market.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
The COVID-19 pandemic majorly impacted the global gas sensors market. The pandemic hampered research and development activities, including the field testing of new sensors. Demand from various end-users also reduced significantly due to cuts in capital expenditure brought on by the economic uncertainty of the pandemic. Furthermore, supply chain constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have hampered the manufacturing of gas sensors due to a shortage of many key components. Despite the various ongoing challenges, the pandemic is not expected to impact the long-term growth of the global gas sensors market and
The scope of the report covers segmentation based on type, gas, connectivity, end-user and region. The global gas sensors market is segmented by type into electrochemical, photoionization detectors, metal-oxide sensors, catalytic, infrared, laser, zirconia, holographic and others. The global gas sensors market is segmented by gas into oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ammonia, chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen oxides, VOCs, hydrocarbons, methane and hydrogen. The global gas sensors market is segmented by connectivity into wired and wireless. The global gas sensors market is segmented by end-user into oil and gas, mining, medical, automotive and transportation, consumer electronics, metals and chemicals, smart cities, wastewater treatment, food and beverages, power stations and others. The global gas sensors market is segmented by region into North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
According to the DataM Intelligence market research report, the global Gas sensors market is divided into North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
In particular, due to air pollution, U.S. has witnessed extensive use of gas sensors for indoor and outdoor air quality. Gas sensors are also widely used in industrial areas for oxygen detection, toxic gas monitoring, flammable gas detection and duct monitoring, among other applications. The growing demand for air quality monitoring in homes and other residential and commercial spaces is the primary factor driving the growth of the North American gas sensors market during the forecast period.
The regulatory environment surrounding the gas sensors market is stringent in Europe, with several product testing and certification requirements. Gas sensors, detectors and other monitoring equipment of gases intended for use in potentially explosive environments must be tested and marked under ATEX (Atmosphere Explosible) directive. Germany, UK and France are the leading countries in Europe for adopting gas sensors. Regulation mandating the use of gas sensors in various industries will be a major factor in driving the growth of the European gas sensors market.
Automotive and transportation is the major end-user of gas sensors in the Asia-Pacific, with large automotive production in China, India and Japan. Oil and gas is another key industry for using gas sensors in the region, with large industries in countries such as China, India and Indonesia. The demand for gas sensors surged with increased interest in gas detection and stringent safety legislation. Due to growing demand from many key industries, the Asia-Pacific gas sensors market will likely witness sustained growth in the coming years.
The global gas sensors market is consolidated, with major international players having the largest market share. The companies compete within the market by launching new products, expanding to new territories, acquiring new startups in the sector and collaborating with other major market players.
Some key companies contributing to the global gas sensors market growth include Honeywell International Inc., ABB, MSA, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, Industrial Scientific, General Electric, Detector Electronics Corporation, Emerson Electric Co, SICK AG, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Figaro Engineering Inc, among others.
The Full Report has the below insights.
By Type: Electrochemical, Photoionization Detectors, Metal-Oxide Sensors, Catalytic, Infrared, Laser, Zirconia, Holographic and Others
By Gas: Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Ammonia, Chlorine, Hydrogen Sulfide, Nitrogen Oxides, VOCs, Hydrocarbons, Methane and Hydrogen
By Connectivity: Wired and Wireless
By End-User: Oil And Gas, Mining, Medical, Automotive And Transportation, Consumer Electronics, Metals And Chemicals, Smart Cities, Wastewater Treatment, Food And Beverages, Power Stations And Others
By Region: North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa
The global gas sensors market report would provide access to an approx. 69 market data table, 83 figures and 210 pages.
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