Ship Date: February 2017
The Market for Temperature Sensors in the Americas, 3rd Edition
In response to popular demand, Flow Research is updating our market research study on temperature sensors in the Americas, previously published in 2000 and 2006.
The proposed study, The Market for Temperature Sensors in the Americas, 3rd Edition will be based on 2015 data, with forecasts to 2020. Like our earlier studies, the Americas study will cover U.S., Canada, and Latin America suppliers.
This purchase is for The Market for Temperature Sensors in the Americas, 3rd Edition only.
The study will identify the following elements:
- Market size for all types of temperature sensors in 2015 by region
- Market shares for all types of temperature sensors in 2015
- Market growth and forecasts for all types of temperature sensors through 2020
- Industries where temperature sensors are used, and areas of new market growth
- Purchasing indications for OEMs and end-users
- Product analyses for the main companies selling into the temperature sensors market
- Strategies for manufacturers selling into the temperature sensors market
- Company profiles of the main suppliers of temperature sensors
Rationale for the Study
The temperature sensors market is diverse, with many suppliers and with a number of different technologies. In the last study, we found a shift from thermocouples to Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs), and a shift within RTDs from wirewound to thin-film. At the same time, thermistors are still widely used in the food, pharmaceutical, and HVAC industries. Other members of the temperature sensors market include infrared and fiber optic.
During the last few years supplier consolidation has continued, and temperature sensor technology has evolved. Flow Research proposes to take a new look at the temperature sensor market. We propose to determine market size by type of temperature sensor, determine market shares, and identify growth trends. With the background of the earlier study available as a baseline, we expect to be able to accurately describe how the market has changed over the past five years.
For further details on this study, including segmentation, please see http://www.tempresearch.com.