The atomic force microscopy market is projected to grow from USD 489 million in 2021 to USD 631 million by 2026; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2021 to 2026. Atomic force microscopy is an imaging technique for studying samples by generating images at an ultra-high resolution. It is an empowered technology that is vital for the measurements of minute samples with a substantial degree of accuracy. Currently, a collaboration between government-sponsored researchers and private firms is becoming vitally important for the commercialization of nanotechnology. Most nanotechnology labs use atomic force microscopes because they are easy to use and enable manufacturing of improved materials and reliable products, thereby augmenting the growth of the atomic force microscopy market.
Although the atomic force microscopy market is growing at a steady pace, the market is consolidated among the top 5 players, but competitive among other players as well. Key strategies adopted by top players to enhance their product portfolios, increase their market share and expand their presence in the market mainly include new product launches and acquisitions. For instance, in July 2020, Bruker (US) released the NanoRacer high-speed AFM system. With an unprecedented imaging speed of 50 frames per second, this sets a new milestone in high-speed scanning capabilities to enable true real-time visualization of dynamic biological processes using atomic force microscopy. In June 2020, Park Systems (South Korea) announced the launch of the Park NX-TSH, an automated Tip Scan Head for large sample analysis over 300 mm. In April 2019, Bruker (US) announced the acquisition of the semiconductor mask repair and cleaning business of Rave, a leading provider of nanomachining and laser photomask repair equipment based in Florida, US. The acquisition added to Bruker’s leadership position in automated AFM for semiconductor photomask and wafer metrology. The combined offering uniquely positioned Bruker’s Semiconductor division to offer unmatched solutions for nanomachining mask repair and cleaning, as well as metrology for advanced nodes for EUV and multi-patterning lithography.
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Bruker (US) is recognized as one of the key players in developing, manufacturing, and distributing hi-performance scientific instruments and analytical & diagnostic solutions, which determine the structural properties of chemical, biological, and industrial samples. Bruker has 3 reportable business segments—Bruker Scientific Instruments (BSI) Life Science, Bruker Scientific Instruments (BSI) NANO, and Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies (BEST). The company’s operating segments include Bruker BioSpin Group, Bruker CALID Group, Bruker Scientific Instruments (BSI) NANO Segment, and Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies (BEST). The BSI NANO Segment comprises the Bruker AXS, Bruker Nano Analytics, Bruker Nano Surfaces and Metrology, Fluorescence Microscopy, and Canopy divisions. The Bruker Nano Surfaces and Metrology division’s products include atomic force microscopy instrumentation (AFM). These AFM instruments render atomic or near-atomic resolution of surface topography, mechanical, electrical, and chemical information by utilizing nanoscale probes. Bruker has presence in over 90 locations worldwide that include 14 major manufacturing sites. Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies, Inc (US), Bruker HTS GmbH (Germany), Bruker Advanced Supercon GmbH (Germany), Bruker EAS GmbH (Germany), Hydrostatic Extrusions Ltd. (UK), and RI Research Instruments GmbH (Germany) are a few of the major subsidiaries of the company.
Park Systems (South Korea) specializes in nano measuring instruments employed for developing, producing, and selling AFM with advanced technology and automated software. In December 2015, Park Systems held its initial public offer (IPO), joining the KOSDAQ Composite Index in South Korea as a publicly listed company. The company provides a range of AFMs for both general research and industrial applications. Its products are used in various fields, such as material science, electronics, life sciences, nanotechnology, and other areas of research and industry. The company has been continuously delivering accurate and easy-to-use AFMs with revolutionary features such as true non-contact mode and automated software. The company offers 2 operating software packages; Park SmartScan and Park SmartLitho for ease of use for the operator. Some of the notable clients of the company include IBM (US), Western Digital (US), Apple (US), STMicroelectronics (Switzerland), General Motors (US), LG Electronics (South Korea), and Samsung (South Korea). Park Systems has developed a worldwide sales network in over 30 countries. Park Systems Inc. (US), Park Systems Japan and JEOL Ltd (Japan), Park Europe (Germany), Park China (China), Park Taiwan (Taiwan), Park SE Asia (Singapore), Park Systems Microscopy SA de CV (Mexico), and Park Systems France (France) are some of its subsidiaries.
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