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NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

US Sensors Market

http://www.reportlinker.com/p01027668/US-Sensors-Market.html#utm_source=...

US demand to rise 6.1% annually through 2016

US sales of sensors are forecast to climb at a 6.1 percent annual rate through 2016 to $14.9 billion, showing significant improvement over market performance between 2006 and 2011. Demand will be fueled by rebounds in motor vehicle and machinery production, government mandates requiring all new light vehicles to be equipped with electronic stability control and tire pressure monitoring systems, and growth in process manufacturers' shipments. Further development of and new applications for technologies like microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), optoelectronics, and photoelectronics will also help bolster sensor sales. However, the maturity of many sensor markets and improved fabrication techniques that have led to increased sensing abilities at lower costs will temper value gains. In addition, the manufacture of many sensor-laden products, such as consumer electronic devices, has moved overseas, which will further limit market advances.

Chemical property sensors among fastest growing

Process variable sensors will remain the largest product category in dollar terms in 2016, while chemical property sensors and proximity and positioning sensors will post the fastest growth. Chemical sensor sales will be boosted by technological advances that have resulted in smaller, more precise sensors at lower costs, allowing them to be used for additional applications in existing markets, as well as in a number of new markets. The rebound in motor vehicle production, and an expected increase in aftermarket demand for engine oxygen sensors, will provide growth opportunities for chemical sensors used in vehicle emission systems. Proximity and positioning sensor demand will be spurred by output gains for motor vehicles, where these devices are important components in active safety systems like electronic stability control. The renewed strength in shipments of machinery, another important market for proximity and positioning sensors, will also support sales gains.

Motor vehicles to reclaim position as largest market

In 2011, industrial applications overtook motor vehicles to become the largest major sensor market due to still low levels of motor vehicle production compared to earlier peaks. However, thanks to a continuing rebound in motor vehicle output and new, sensor-heavy systems -- including cylinder deactivation, direct fuel injection, electronic stability control, roll-over protection, tire pressure monitoring, and variable-valve timing systems -- motor vehicles will once again become the leading sensor market, accounting for over half of all dollar gains between 2011 and 2016.

Study coverage

This upcoming industry study, Sensors, presents historical demand data (2001, 2006 and 2011) plus forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by product and market. The study also considers market environment factors, assesses industry structure, evaluates company market share, and profiles 39 industry competitors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION IX

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4

Macroeconomic Outlook 5

Personal Income & Expenditure Patterns 8

Fixed Investment Outlook 11

Manufacturing Outlook 14

Electrical & Electronic Sector Outlook 18

Historical Market Trends 20

Pricing Patterns 22

Legal & Regulatory Trends 24

International Environment 26

World Supply & Demand 27

Trends in US Foreign Trade 29

Imports 30

Exports 32

III. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 34

General 34

Sensor Technology 35

Electrical & Magnetic 38

Photoelectric & Optoelectronic 40

Mechanical 42

Sonic & Ultrasonic 44

Other 45

Advanced Sensor Technologies 46

Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) 46

Smart Sensors & Smart Dust 48

Nanotechnology 50

Electronic Noses & Tongues 51

Telematics 53

IV. PRODUCTS 56

General 56

Process Variable Sensors 59

Pressure Sensors 61

Differential & Gauge 64

Vacuum & Absolute 64

Temperature Sensors 65

Thermocouples 67

Thermistors 68

Resistance Temperature Detectors 69

Other 70

Flow & Level Sensors 71

Ultrasonic & Electromagnetic 73

Mass Flow 74

Differential Pressure 75

Other 76

Other Process Variable Sensors 77

Physical Property Sensors 79

Speed Sensors 81

Motion Sensors 84

Other 88

Proximity & Positioning Sensors 91

Chemical Property Sensors 93

Electrical Property Sensors 97

Imaging Sensors 99

Other Sensors & Transducers 103

V. MARKETS 106

General 106

Industrial 109

Process Manufacturing Outlook 110

Process Control Sensor Market 113

Machinery Outlook 115

Machinery Sensor Market 117

Motor Vehicles 119

Motor Vehicle Outlook 121

Automotive Electronics Demand 124

Motor Vehicle Sensor Market 127

Demand by Sensor Type 130

Demand by Motor Vehicle System 132

Engine & Drivetrain 134

Safety & Security 137

Emissions Control 141

Other 144

Military/Aerospace 147

Military/Aerospace Sector Outlook 147

Military/Aerospace Sensor Market 149

Electronic Security 152

Electronic Security Outlook 153

Electronic Security Sensor Market 155

Medical 158

Health Care Sector Outlook 159

Medical Sensor Market 162

Consumer Electrical & Electronic Products 164

Consumer Electrical & Electronic Industry Outlook 165

Consumer Electrical & Electronic Sensor Market 166

Household Appliances 167

Consumer Electronics 169

Information Technology 170

Information Technology Outlook 171

Information Technology Sensor Market 172

Other Markets 174

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 177

General 177

Industry Composition 178

Market Share & Leading Producers 181

Research & Product Development 186

Manufacturing 188

Financial Issues & Requirements 190

Marketing & Distribution 191

Cooperative Agreements 192

Mergers & Acquisitions 195

Company Profiles 198

ADVICS, see DENSO

AMETEK Incorporated 199

Analog Devices Incorporated 204

Argon ST, see Boeing

Ashcroft, see Nagano Keiki

Autoliv Incorporated 206

Avago Technologies Limited 208

Banner Engineering Corporation 210

Boeing Company 213

Bosch (Robert) GmbH 215

Celesco Transducer Products, see Measurement

Specialties

ChemTreat, see Danaher

Continental AG 219

Cosense, see Measurement Specialties

CSI Technology, see Emerson Electric

Custom Sensors and Technologies, see Schneider Electric

Danaher Corporation 223

Delphi Automotive plc 226

DENSO Corporation 229

Eaton Corporation 232

Emerson Electric Company 234

EnTire Solutions, see TRW Automotive Holdings

Eureka Environmental Instrumentation, see Measurement

Specialties

Fisher Controls International, see Emerson Electric

Ford Motor Company 238

Freescale Semiconductor Incorporated 240

Gems Sensors, see Danaher

General Electric Company 242

Gentech International, see Measurement Specialties

Goodrich, see United Technologies

Hach, see Danaher

Heraeus Holding GmbH 245

Honeywell International Incorporated 248

Invensys plc 255

Johnson Controls Incorporated 257

L-3 Communications Corporation 259

Measurement Specialties Incorporated 260

Micro Motion, see Emerson Electric

Nagano Keiki Company Limited 265

NAMCO Controls, see Danaher

NGK Spark Plug Company Limited 267

Northrop Grumman Corporation 269

OMRON Corporation 273

Optek Technology, see TT electronics

PerkinElmer Incorporated 276

Raytheon Company 279

Rockwell Automation Incorporated 282

Rosemount Analytical, see Emerson Electric

Schneider Electric SA 284

Sensata Technologies BV 288

Siemens AG 291

Stoneridge Incorporated 295

TE Connectivity Limited 296

Therm-O-Disc, see Emerson Electric

TRW Automotive Holdings Corporation 299

TT electronics plc 302

United Technologies Corporation 304

Vishay Intertechnology Incorporated 307

Visteon Corporation 309

ZF Friedrichshafen AG 310

Additional Companies in the Study 312

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Macroeconomic Indicators 8

2 Personal Consumption Expenditures 11

3 Private Fixed Investment 14

4 Manufacturers' Shipments 17

5 Electrical & Electronic Product Shipments 19

6 Sensor Market, 2001-2011 21

7 World Sensor Demand by Region 28

8 US Foreign Trade in Sensors 30

SECTION III -- TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

1 Sensor Demand by Technology 37

2 Microelectromechanical Systems Demand 48

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

1 Sensor Supply & Demand 58

2 Process Variable Sensor Demand by Type 60

3 Pressure Sensor Demand 63

4 Temperature Sensor Demand 67

5 Flow & Level Sensor Demand 73

6 Other Process Variable Sensor Demand 79

7 Physical Property Sensor Demand by Type 80

8 Speed Sensor Demand 84

9 Motion Sensor Demand 88

10 Other Physical Property Sensor Demand 90

11 Proximity & Positioning Sensor Demand by Type 93

12 Chemical Property Sensor Demand 96

13 Electrical Property Sensor Demand by Type 99

14 Imaging Sensor Demand by Type 103

15 Other Sensor Demand 105

SECTION V -- MARKETS

1 Sensor Demand by Market 108

2 Industrial Sensor Market 110

3 Process Manufacturers' Shipments 113

4 Process Control Sensor Market 115

5 Machinery Shipments 117

6 Machinery Sensor Market 119

7 Motor Vehicle Indicators 124

8 OEM Automotive Electronics Market 127

9 Motor Vehicle Sensor Market by Type & System 130

10 Selected Sensors in Motor Vehicles by System & Sensor Type 133

11 Motor Vehicle Engine & Drivetrain Sensor Market 137

12 Motor Vehicle Safety & Security System Sensor Market 141

13 Motor Vehicle Emissions Control Sensor Market 144

14 Other Motor Vehicle System Sensor Market 146

15 Aerospace Equipment Shipments & National Defense

Expenditures 149

16 Military/Aerospace Sensor Market 152

17 Electronic Security Product Shipments 155

18 Electronic Security Sensor Market 158

19 Health Care Indicators 162

20 Medical Sensor Market 164

21 Consumer Electrical & Electronic Product Shipments 166

22 Consumer Electrical & Electronic Sensor Market 167

23 Household Appliance Sensor Market 168

24 Consumer Electronics Sensor Market 170

25 Information Technology Equipment Shipments 172

26 Information Technology Sensor Market 174

27 Other Sensor Market 176

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Sensor Sales by Company, 2011 180

2 Research & Development Spending Patterns:

Selected Sensor Manufacturers, 2009-2011 188

3 Capital Spending Patterns: Selected Sensor Manufacturers,

2009-2011 190

4 Selected Cooperative Agreements 194

5 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 197

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Sensor Market, 2001-2011 22

2 Sensor Price Deflator, 2001-2021 24

3 US Sensor Imports by Source, 2011 31

4 US Sensor Exports by Destination, 2011 33

SECTION III -- TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

1 Sensor Demand by Technology, 2011 37

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

1 Sensor Demand by Type, 2001-2021 59

2 Process Variable Sensor Demand by Type, 2011 61

3 Physical Property Sensor Demand by Type, 2011 81

SECTION V -- MARKETS

1 Sensor Demand by Market, 2011 108

2 Motor Vehicle Sensor Demand by Type, 2001-2021 131

3 Motor Vehicle Sensor Demand by System, 2001-2021 134

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 US Sensor Market Share, 2011 182

To order this report:

Electronic_Component_and_Semiconductor Industry: US Sensors Market

Contact Nicolas: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.com
US: (805)-652-2626
Intl: +1 805-652-2626

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