The surface roughness measurement (SRM) market is expected to grow from USD 766 million in 2019 to USD 998 million by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period. The increasing demand for quality assurance and automation and growing research and development spending is the key factor driving the growth of the SRM market.
The SRM market is highly competitive owing to the presence of a large number of regional and global players. Key players are focusing on enhancing their product portfolios and increasing their market share through strategies such as product launches, partnerships, agreement, and collaborations. Many market players adopted product launches as a key business strategy. For instance, in October 2018, at Mitutoyo Corporation launched the new U-wave fit measurement data wireless communication system. This device allows for simple operation to feed output data from Mitutoyo measuring instrument into the PC immediately using wireless data transmission technology. Apart from this, players have also adopted partnerships and collaborations strategies to grow their businesses. For instance, in April 2018, Mahr and NanoFocus (Germany) entered into an agreement where Mahr will be offering confocal microscopes from NanoFocus as the new Mahr product family “MarSurf CM”. With this, Mahr is expanding its product portfolio of tactile and optical measuring stations with high-resolution, confocal 3D surface measuring systems.
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Carl Zeiss (Germany)operates through various business segments, such as Industrial Quality & Research, Medical Technology, Consumer Markets, and Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology. The company is engaged in the development and distribution of optical systems such as industrial measuring equipment, surgical microscopes, lithography systems, microscopes, eyeglass lenses, ophthalmic diagnostic and therapy systems, planetarium technology, eyeglass lenses, cine and camera lenses, riflescopes, and spotting scopes. Under the Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology segment, the company manufactures and develops optical systems for semiconductor manufacturing equipment and systems, lithography optics, and solutions for manufacturing defect-free photomasks. The Industrial Quality & Research segment is further divided into Industrial Metrology and Microscopy. Under this segment, the company produces horizontal-arm and production-measuring machines; bridge-type, form, contour, and surface measuring machines; computer tomographs for industrial quality assurance; and software solutions. In April 2018, ZEISS announced the acquisition of GUARDUS (US), one of the leading suppliers of analysis and production management software for computer-supported quality assurance and production management systems. The acquisition aims at strengthening the company’s position as a leading provider of product management software and solutions.
Mitutoyo Corporation (Japan) offers a wide range of precision measuring instruments worldwide. The company manufactures micrometers, micrometer heads, calipers, height and depth measuring tools, inside diameter measuring tools, gauge blocks, calibration equipment, dial indicators, dial test indicators, precision sensor systems, linear encoders, coordinate measuring machines, surface roughness measuring machines, contour measuring machines, roundness/cylindricity measuring machines, hardness testing machines, vision measuring systems, microscopes, profile projectors, objective lens, and measurement data management products.
Some of the major subsidiaries of Mitutoyo Corporation are Mitutoyo America Corporation (US), Mitutoyo Europe GmbH (Germany), Mitutoyo France (France), Mitutoyo Sul Americana Ltda. (Brazil), M3 Solution Center (Singapore), and Mitutoyo South Asia Pvt. Ltd. (India). In October 2018, the company launched the new U-WAVE fit devices that allow for a simple operation to feed output data from measuring instruments by wireless communication. Through its cordless operation it achieves a dramatic improvement in measuring workability at a low price.
Mahr (Germany) high-precision metering to the manufacturers of the synthetic fibers, elastomers, and fiber-reinforced composites; their suppliers; and generally, for the plastics processing industry. The company’s products are used in automotive and automotive supplies industry, precision mechanics, electronics, medical technology, air and space industry, optics industry, and synthetic fiber industry. The company operates in 17 countries in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. In 2018, Mahr introduced new product families called MarSurf CM and MarSurf CP that offer five confocal measuring systems. These are the measuring stations for non-contact testing of surfaces measuring in minimum time and with higher resolution offering users more precise information about surfaces improving quality and increasing efficiency. The company is focused on launching innovative products in different industries.
Some of the major subsidiaries of Mahr Metering Systems GmbH (Germany), Mahr Japan Ltd. (Japan), Mahr Metrology India (India), Mahr Polska (Poland), Mahr Trading (China)
Surface Roughness Measurement Market by Component (Probes, software Cameras, Lighting Equipment), Surface Type (2D and 3D), Technique Type (Contact and noncontact), Vertical (Automotive, Energy & Power) and Geography - Global forecast to 2025
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