Image sensor market share from the charge-coupled device (CCD) technology segment is expected to reach 5 billion shipment units by 2032. There is a strong demand for high-resolution microscopes and imaging systems in the medical and life science sector. The ability of charge-coupled device image sensors to capture high-contrast images of the cells makes it suitable for application in the biopharmaceutical and life science sectors. The ongoing use of CCD image sensors in X-ray tomography systems to take pictures of soft tissue samples and bone structures would further boost segment growth.
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Image sensor market share from the 2D image processing segment registered over 4 billion shipment units in 2022. 2D processing image sensors are integrated into a variety of applications, including machine vision, medical, automation, and life sciences. These sensors have features like low noise and global shutter pixel technology to deliver low-light imaging in outdoor applications. Companies specializing in image sensors are developing new products that support 2D image processing and offer high efficiency.
Image sensors industry share from consumer electronics application segment is expected to record over 10% CAGR through 2023 and 2032. The development of smartphone cameras and the rising demand for high-resolution lenses for digital cameras are the key factors driving image sensor market growth. Companies like ams-OSRAM AG, Canon Inc., and Infineon Technologies AG are making noteworthy advancements in the terms of new product launches Take for instance, in February 2023, Canon launched mirrorless cameras, EOS R8 and R50 APS-C. These cameras are equipped with 24.2-megapixel sensors and are ideal for live streaming. The launch of such new products in the consumer electronics segment is expected to boost image sensors market growth in the coming years.
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Asia Pacific image sensor market share is expected to witness more than 10% CAGR between 2023 and 2032 driven by new government initiatives for smart city developments. Developing nations like India and China are observing lucrative advancements in the consumer electronics sector and public infrastructure projects. Several regional governments are focusing on enhancing public surveillance through new technologies to promote safety in public places. Such efforts are expected to encourage local market players to develop highly advanced image-sensing solutions in the region.