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World Sensors Market in Consumer Electronics (2010 -2015) - Market Forecasts by Types (Touch, Motion, Image, Position, Pressure and Temperature sensors) & Applications (Entertainment, Home Appliances, Communication, IT and others)

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Publishing Date: October 2010
Report Code: SE 1079

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Amongst all segments, image sensors command the largest share in terms of value. Communication forms the largest application market due to the high demand for mobile phones and PDAs across the globe; while entertainment applications are expected to have the highest CAGR of 16.5% from 2010 to 2015.

Scope of the report

This research report categorizes the global market for sensor in consumer electronic market on the basis of types and geography; forecasting revenues and analyzing trends in each of the sensors used in consumer electronics

Global sensors in consumer electronics market, by applications
Entertainment, information technology, communication, home appliances, and others (digital cameras, camcorders, and GPS devices)

Global sensors in consumer electronics market, by geography:
North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC) and ROW

Each section will provide market data, market drivers, trends and opportunities, top-selling products, key players, and competitive outlook. This report will also provide market tables covering the segments and submarkets. In addition, the report also provides more than 35 company profiles covering all the sub-segments.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
   
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY   
Objectives 
Market size 
Opportunities 

1 INTRODUCTION  
  1.1 Key take-aways 
  1.2 Report description 
  1.3 Markets covered 
  1.4 Research methodology 
  1.5 Stakeholders 

2 SUMMARY 
 
3 MARKET OVERVIEW
  
  3.1 Evolution of sensors 
      3.1.1 In the past
      3.1.2 At present
            3.1.2.1 MEMS-based sensors
            3.1.2.2 Multivariable sensing capabilities and wireless technology
      3.1.3 Future scenario
            3.1.3.1 Wireless MEMS
            3.1.3.2 Nano - electromechanical system (NEMS)
  3.2 Industry life cycle 
  3.3 Sensors in consumer electronics 
  3.4 Winning imperatives and latest trends in sensors market 
      3.4.1 MEMS sensors in consumer electronics
      3.4.2 Demand for multi-touch sensors
      3.4.3 New product launches
  3.5 Patent analysis 

4 PRODUCTS MARKET  
  4.1 About touch sensors 
      4.1.1 Types of touch sensors
            4.1.1.1 Capacitive touch sensors
            4.1.1.2 Resistive touch sensors
            4.1.1.3 Others
      4.1.2 Dominance of resistive and capacitive sensors in touch sensors market
      4.1.3 Why capacitive sensors are better?
      4.1.4 Market drivers
            4.1.4.1 Reduced prices
            4.1.4.2 Emergence of new application
      4.1.5 Restraints
            4.1.5.1 Lack of product differentiation
      4.1.6 Opportunities
            4.1.6.1 Emergence of multi-touch technology
            4.1.6.2 Growing e-Paper touch displays market
      4.1.7 Geographical distribution of touch sensor market
  4.2 Image sensors 
      4.2.1 Types of image sensors
            4.2.1.1 CCD image sensors
            4.2.1.2 CMOS image sensors
      4.2.2 Market drivers
            4.2.2.1 Increasing camera phones shipments
            4.2.2.2 Falling Prices and technological advancements
            4.2.2.3 R&D initiatives and government support
      4.2.3 Restraints
            4.2.3.1 Image processing challenges
      4.2.4 Opportunities
            4.2.4.1 Customized CMOS image sensors
      4.2.5 Geographical distribution of image sensors market
  4.3 Motion sensors 
      4.3.1 Types of motion sensors
            4.3.1.1 Accelerometers
            4.3.1.2 Gyroscopes
            4.3.1.3 Others
      4.3.2 Market drivers
            4.3.2.1 Growing demand in notebook computers & mobile phones
            4.3.2.2 Incorporation of gyroscopes in smartphones
            4.3.2.3 Motion sensors in gaming consoles
      4.3.3 Restraints
            4.3.3.1 Availability of low-cost substitutes
            4.3.3.2 Accelerometers provide only simple motion sensing activity
      4.3.4 Opportunities
            4.3.4.1 Growing number of applications
      4.3.5 Geographical distribution of motion sensors market
  4.4 Position sensors 
      4.4.1 Types of position sensors
            4.4.1.1 Linear position sensors
            4.4.1.2 Proximity position sensors
            4.4.1.3 Rotary position sensors
      4.4.2 Market drivers
            4.4.2.1 Increasing demand in gaming consoles
      4.4.3 Restraints
            4.4.3.1 U.S. Consumer Products SafetyImprovement Act
      4.4.4 Opportunities
            4.4.4.1 Personal robotics
      4.4.5 Geographical distribution of position sensor market
  4.5 Others 
      4.5.1 Temperature sensors
      4.5.2 Pressure sensors
      4.5.3 Market drivers
            4.5.3.1 Temperature sensors: more suppliers,low prices
            4.5.3.2 Reduced size of pressure sensors
      4.5.4 Restraints
            4.5.4.1 High cost of pressure sensors
      4.5.5 Opportunities
            4.5.5.1 Pressure sensors in mobile phones
      4.5.6 Geographical distribution of other sensors market

5 APPLICATIONS  
  5.1 Entertainments 
  5.2 Information technology 
  5.3 Communications 
  5.4 Home appliances 
  5.5 Others 

6 GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS  
  6.1 North America 
  6.2 Europe 
  6.3 APAC 
  6.4 RoW Scenario
 
7 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE  
  7.1 Porter’s five forces analysis 
      7.1.1 Threat from new entrants
      7.1.2 Threat from product substitutes
      7.1.3 Suppliers’ bargaining power
      7.1.4 Buyers bargaining power
      7.1.5 Rivalry among existing players
  7.2 Market share analysis 
      7.2.1 Market share analysis of touch sensors
      7.2.2 Market share analysis of image sensors
      7.2.3 Market share analysis of motion and position sensors
  7.3 Key growth strategies
 
8 COMPANY PROFILES  
  8.1 3M 
      8.1.1 Overview
      8.1.2 Primary Business
      8.1.3 Strategy
      8.1.4 Developments
  8.2 ALPS ELECTRICS CO 
      8.2.1 Overview
      8.2.2 Primary Business
      8.2.3 Strategy
      8.2.4 Developments
  8.3 AMETEK, INC 
      8.3.1 Overview
      8.3.2 Primary Business
      8.3.3 Strategy
      8.3.4 Developments
  8.4 ANALOG DEVICES, INC 
      8.4.1 Overview
      8.4.2 Primary Business
      8.4.3 Strategy
      8.4.4 Developments
  8.5 APTINA IMAGING CORP 
      8.5.1 Overview
      8.5.2 Primary Business
      8.5.3 Strategy
      8.5.4 Developments
  8.6 ATMEL CORP 
      8.6.1 Overview
      8.6.2 Primary Business
      8.6.3 Strategy
      8.6.4 Developments
  8.7 AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, INC 
      8.7.1 Overview
      8.7.2 Primary Business
      8.7.3 Strategy
      8.7.4 Developments
  8.8 BANNER ENGINEERING CORP 
      8.8.1 Overview
      8.8.2 Primary Business
      8.8.3 Developments
  8.9 ROBERT BOSCH GMBH 
      8.9.1 Overview
      8.9.2 Primary Business
      8.9.3 Strategy
      8.9.4 Developments
  8.10 CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CORP 
       8.10.1 Overview
       8.10.2 Major Divisions
       8.10.3 Strategy
       8.10.4 Developments
  8.11 DALSA CORP 
       8.11.1 Overview
       8.11.2 Primary Business
       8.11.3 Strategy
       8.11.4 Developments
  8.12 DANAHER CORP 
       8.12.1 Overview
       8.12.2 Primary Business
       8.12.3 Strategy
       8.12.4 Developments
  8.13 EATON CORP 
       8.13.1 Overview
       8.13.2 Primary Business
       8.13.3 Developments
  8.14 ELMOS SEMICONDUCTORS AG 
       8.14.1 Overview
       8.14.2 Primary Business
       8.14.3 Strategy
       8.14.4 Developments
  8.15 EPCOS AG 
       8.15.1 Overview
       8.15.2 Primary Business
       8.15.3 Strategy
       8.15.4 Developments
  8.16 FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR, INC 
       8.16.1 Overview
       8.16.2 Primary Business
       8.16.3 Strategy
       8.16.4 Developments
  8.17 FUJITSU CORP 
       8.17.1 Overview
       8.17.2 Primary Business
       8.17.3 Strategy
       8.17.4 Developments
  8.18 GE SENSING & INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES 
       8.18.1 Overview
       8.18.2 Primary Business
       8.18.3 Strategy
       8.18.4 Developments
  8.19 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES 
       8.19.1 Overview
       8.19.2 Primary Business
       8.19.3 Strategy
       8.19.4 Developments
  8.20 INVENSENSE, INC 
       8.20.1 Overview
       8.20.2 Primary Business
       8.20.3 Strategy
       8.20.4 Developments
  8.21 MEASUREMENT SPECIALTIES, INC 
       8.21.1 Overview
       8.21.2 Primary Business
       8.21.3 Strategy
       8.21.4 Developments
  8.22 MELEXIS CORP 
       8.22.1 Overview
       8.22.2 Primary Business
       8.22.3 Strategy
       8.22.4 Developments
  8.23 MICRONAS SEMICONDUCTOR 
       8.23.1 Overview
       8.23.2 Primary Business
       8.23.3 Strategy
       8.23.4 Developments
  8.24 MURATA MANUFACTURING CO LTD 
       8.24.1 Overview
       8.24.2 Primary Business
       8.24.3 Strategy
       8.24.4 Developments
  8.25 NXP SEMICONDUCTORS LTD 
       8.25.1 Overview
       8.25.2 Primary Business
       8.25.3 Strategy
       8.25.4 Developments
  8.26 OMNIVISION TECHNOLOGIES, INC 
       8.26.1 Overview
       8.26.2 Strategy
       8.26.3 Developments
  8.27 PANASONIC CORP 
       8.27.1 Overview
       8.27.2 Primary Business
       8.27.3 Strategy
       8.27.4 Developments
  8.28 SEMTECH CORP 
       8.28.1 Overview
       8.28.2 Primary Business
       8.28.3 Strategy
       8.28.4 Developments
  8.29 ST MICROELECTRONICS, INC 
       8.29.1 Overview
       8.29.2 Primary Business
       8.29.3 Strategy
       8.29.4 Developments
  8.30 SYNAPTICS CORP 
       8.30.1 Overview
       8.30.2 Primary Business
       8.30.3 Strategy
       8.30.4 Developments
 8.31 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, INC 
      8.31.1 Overview
      8.31.2 Primary Business
      8.31.3 Strategy
      8.31.4 Developments
 8.32 TOSHIBA CORP 
      8.32.1 Overview
      8.32.2 Strategy
      8.32.3 Developments
      8.33 TYCO ELECTRONICS 
      8.33.1 Overview
      8.33.2 Primary Business
      8.33.3 Strategy
      8.33.4 Developments
 8.33 TYCO ELECTRONICS  
      8.33.1 Overview 
      8.33.2 Primary Business 
      8.33.3 Strategy 
      8.33.4 Developments
 8.34 VTI TECHNOLOGIES 
      8.34.1 Overview
      8.34.2 Primary Business
      8.34.3 Strategy
      8.34.4 Developments 
 8.35 ZF ELECTRONICS GMBH  
      8.35.1 Overview 
      8.35.2 Primary Business 
      8.35.3 Strategy 
      8.35.4 Developments 
 8.36 ZYTRONIC PLC 
      8.36.1 Overview
      8.36.2 Primary Business
      8.36.3 Strategy
      8.36.4 Developments

APPENDIX   
• U.S. Patents  
• EUROPE Patents  
• JAPAN Patents  

BIBLIOGRAPHY
  
   
LIST OF TABLES
1 Global sensors market for consumer electronics, by sensors types 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
2 Sensors and market trends
3 Sensors as power savers
4 Global touch sensors market, by products 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
5 Comparison of different touch sensors
6 Advantages of capacitive touch sensor over resistive touch  sensors
7 Global image sensors market, by products 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
8 Comparison of different image sensors
9 Global motion sensors market, by products 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
10 Comparison between accelerometers & gyroscopes
11 Global position sensors market, by products 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
12 Global other sensors market, by products 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
13 Global sensors market, by applications 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
14 Global sensors market for entertainment applications 2008 –  2015 ($Million)
15 Global sensors market for I.T. Applications 2008 – 2015  ($Million)
16 Global sensors market for communications applications 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
17 Global sensors market for home appliances 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
18 Sensors & energy saving effects in home appliances
19 Global sensors market for other applications 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
20 Sensors market – North America 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
21 Sensors market - Europe 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
22 Sensors market - APAC 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
23 Sensors market - ROW 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
24 New product launches/joint ventures (2008 – June 2010)
25 Partnerships/agreements/collaborations (2008 – June 2010)
26 Mergers & acquisitions (2008-June 2010)

LIST OF FIGURES
1 Evolution of sensors
2 Industry life cycle of sensors
3 Industry life cycle of other  sensors (temperature & pressure)
4 Sensors market for consumer electronics
5 Sensors patents, by geography (2009)
6 Patents distribution, by sensors types
7 Total number of patents (2007 – 2010E)
8 Global touch sensors shipments in Million Units (2008 – 2015)
9 Price-volume analysis for touch sensors
10 Global capacitive touch sensor market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
11 Global resistive touch sensor market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
12 Global other touch sensor market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
13 Technology distribution in touch sensors market
14 Touch sensors market revenue distribution, by geography (2009)
15 Global image sensors shipments, 2008 – 2015 (Million Units)
16 Price volume analysis for image sensors
17 Global CCD image sensors market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
18 Global CMOS image sensors market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
19 Image sensors market  revenue distribution, by geography (2009)
20 Global motion sensors shipments, 2008 – 2015 (Million Units)
21 Price volume analysis for motion sensors
22 Global accelerometer market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
23 Global gyroscopes market,  2008 – 2015 ($Million)
24 Global other motion sensor market, 2008 – 2015 ($MILLION)
25 Geographical motion sensors market  revenue distribution (2009)
26 Global linear position sensors market 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
27 Global proximity position sensors market, 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
28 Global rotary position sensors market, 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
29 Geographical position sensors market revenue distribution (2009)
30 Global temperature sensors market 2008 - 2015 ($Million)
31 Global pressure sensors market, 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
32 Geographical other sensors market revenue distribution (2009)
33 Transformation of market for tablets
34 Global IPAD shipment,  2010 – 2012 (Thousand Units)
35 Global nintendo wii shipments, 2006 – 2009 (Thousand Units)
36 Global netbooks shipments,  2008 – 2010 (Thousand Units)
37 Global laptops shipments 2008 – 2010 (Thousand Units)
38 Global motion sensors enabled mobile phone shipments 2010 – 
2015 (Million Units)
39 Global touchscreen mobile phone shipments 2010 – 2015 (Million Units)
40 Global camera phone shipments 2010 – 2015 (Million Units)
41 Global sensors market, by geography 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
42 Porter’s five forces model
43 Share of major players in touch sensors market, by revenue (2009)
44 Share of major players in image sensors market, by revenue (2009)
45 Share of major players in motion and position sensors market, by revenue (2009)
46 Growth strategies
47 3M total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
48 3M revenue, by geography 2009
49 ALPS electrics total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
50 AMETEK total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
51 AMETEK revenue, by geography (2009)
52 ANALOG devices total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
53 ANALOG devices revenue, by geography (2009)
54 ATMEL corporation total revenue,  2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
55 ATMEL corporation revenue, by geography (2009)
56 AVAGO technologies total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
57 BOSCH GMBH total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
58 BOSCH GMBH revenue, by geography (2009)
59 BOSCH GMBH revenue, by business segment (2009)
60 CYPRESS semiconductor total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
61 CYPRESS semiconductor revenue, by geography (2009)
62 CYPRESS semiconductor revenue, by business segment (2009)
63 DALSA corporation total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
64 DALSA corporation revenue, by geography (2009)
65 DANAHER corporation total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
66 DANAHER corporation revenue, by geography (2009)
67 EATON corporation total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
68 ELMOS semiconductors total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
69 EPCOS total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
70 EPCOS revenue, by geography (2009)
71 FREESCALE semiconductor total revenue 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
72 FREESCALE semiconductor revenue, by geography (2009)
73 FUJITSU total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
74 Total GE revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
75 INFINEON technologies total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
76 INFINEON technologies revenue, by geography (2009)
77 INFINEON technologies revenue, by business segment (2009)
78 Total INVENSENSE revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
79 Measurement specialities total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
80 Measurement specialties revenue, by geography (2009)
81 MELEXIS corporation total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
82 MELEXIS revenue, by business segment (2009)
83 MICRONAS total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
84 MICRONAS revenue, by business segment (2009)
85 MURATA total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
86 MURATA revenue, by geography (2009)
87 NXP semiconductors total revenue,  2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
88 OMNIVISION total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
89 OMNIVISION revenue, by geography (2009)
90 PANASONIC total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($billion)
91 PANASONIC revenue, by geography, (2009)
92 SEMTECH total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
93 SEMTECH revenue, by geography (2009)
94 SEMTECH revenue, by business segment (2009)
95 ST microelectronics total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
96 ST microelectronics revenue, by geography (2009)
97 SYNAPTICS total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
98 SYNAPTICS revenue, by geography (2009)
99 TEXAS instruments total revenue, 2007 - 2009 ($Billion)
100 TEXAS instruments revenue, by geography (2009)
101 TEXAS instruments revenue, by business segment (2009)
102 TOSHIBA corporation total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
103 TOSHIBA corporation revenue, by geography (2009)
104 TYCO electronics total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Billion)
105 TYCO electronics revenue, by geography (2009)
106 VTI technologies total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
107 VTI technologies revenue, by business segment (2009)
108 ZYTRONIC total revenue, 2007 – 2009 ($Million)
109 ZYTRONIC revenue, by geography (2009)

Consumer Electronics: The Way Ahead

The impending saturation of the sensors application markets in the automotive, defense, industrial, and medical fields is inducing companies to shift focus on the consumer electronics market. The global sensors market in consumer electronics is expected to grow from $10,221 million in 2009 to $22,190 million in 2015, at an estimated CAGR of 12.44% from 2010 to 2015. Market growth is driven by the increasing demand for sensors in various consumer electronics products; especially mobile phones, smartphones, laptops, PDA’s and game consoles.

While image sensors currently hold the largest share of the total sensor market in the consumer electronics segment, the motion sensors market is expected to have the maximum CAGR of 18.5% from 2010 to 2015. Amongst all geographies, APAC holds a larger share than Europe and North America due to its low manufacturing cost, inexpensive raw materials, and high labor and technological competence.

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