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Photonic Sensors and Detectors: Technologies and Global Markets

NEW YORK, Aug. 25, 2014 Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Photonic Sensors and Detectors: Technologies and Global Markets

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This BCC Research report discusses the important elements of the photonic sensor and detector market such as technology, application, geography, major manufacturers and factors influencing demand. It also includes forecasted trends and sales through 2019.

Use this report to:
- Receive an in-depth analysis of the global photonic sensor and detector market by type, technology, application and geography.
- Identify and analyze major market segments and their respective structure in the overall photonic sensor and detector market.
- Analyze the need for a technologically advanced lighting system.
- Identify major stakeholders and analyze the competitive landscape on the basis of recent developments.

Highlights
- The global photonic sensors and detectors market was worth $6.3 billion in 2013. This market is expected to increase from nearly $7.3 billion in 2014 to about $15.2 billion in 2019, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.9% during the five-year period from 2014 to 2019.
- The North American segment of the global photonic sensors and detectors market is expected to reach $2.8 billion in 2014. It is further projected to grow to about $5.3 billion in 2019, with a CAGR of 13.2% for the five-year period, 2014 to 2019.
- The Asia-Pacific segment of the market is expected to reach $1.2 billion in 2014 and nearly $3.4 billion in 2019, a CAGR of 22.4% for the period 2014 to 2019.

Introduction & Scope
INTRODUCTION
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
- To define, identify and analyze major market segments and their respective structure in the overall photonic sensor and detector market.
- To identify key market dynamics, trends, opportunities and factors impacting the global photonic sensor and detector market and its subsegments.
- To forecast the size of the overall photonic sensor and detector market and to analyze it on the basis of type of sensors and detectors, technology, application and
geography.
- Identify major stakeholders and analyze the competitive landscape on the basis of recent developments.
- To identify the trends, gaps and opportunities in each of the micromarkets.
- To understand the effect of environmental concerns on this market.
- To analyze and achieve an understanding of the need for technologically advanced lighting system.

STUDY BACKGROUND
Photonic sensors and detectors are devices used to foster interaction in the machine/environment interface. Photonic sensors are revolutionizing imaging sensor technology, which is the low-mass and low-volume alternative for bulky conventional sensors. The utilization of sensors in science has become very important in order to conduct research, particularly in making the invisible visible.

As of late, photonics has been distinguished as an empowering field of engineering that impacts, envelops and underpins a host of modern industrial segments, from
healthcare to defense, manufacturing to telecommunications, aviation to biotechnology and from energy to nature's domain: the environment. In all these segments, the sensing application of photonics could be distinguished by the opportune provision of light (optical radiation) either in a truly novel connection, for example advanced photodynamic restorative medicine, or as a reinstatement for a more established old-fashioned innovation, for example, signage and lighting dependent upon the utilization of incandescent lamps.

The photonic sensor market has gained momentum in the last couple of years and is coming to be seen as one of the significant advances engendering new innovations with noteworthy financial return. This is due to the fact that it enables development of products that have greater functionality while using less energy along with being cost-effective, smaller in size, and lighter and faster as compared to conventional sensing technologies. With the amount of advancements occurring in the innovation of photonic sensors and the rise in popularity for items that utilize photonic sensors, this business sector is expected to develop exponentially in the coming five years at a significant growth rate. Most of the opportunities in the photonic sensor and detector market are application driven. A burgeoning of applications is projected to emerge chiefly due to the expanded utilization of sensors. The use of fiber optic sensors is gaining favor in the oil and gas exploration and civil engineering largely for security purposes. Biophotonic sensors will gain with new healthcare applications and ongoing research. However, high cost and lack of standards could restrain the global photonic sensors market.

This report will provide Business Communications Company Inc.'s new report on photonic sensors and detectors including forecasted trends and sales through 2019.
Important elements of the photonic sensor and detector market such as technology, application, geography, major manufacturers and factors influencing demand are
discussed. Photonics is a science that involves generation, transmission, emission, modulation, switching, signal processing and amplification of light. The photonic
sensors use these properties in combination with light source, fiber optics, electro-optical instrumentation and sophisticated nanophotonic methods for detection
or sensing of light.

SCOPE OF REPORT
This report represents an in-depth analysis of the global photonic sensor and detector market by type, technology, application and geography. The report discusses the
differentiation between photonic sensors and detectors to derive specific market estimation. The report discusses a comparative study between conventional and
emerging sensors and the importance of the advances in photonic sensors and detectors. Emerging trends such as commercialization of photonic bio-chemical sensors and green photonics are also discussed in the report. The report also discusses strategies adopted by major players in the global photonic sensor and detector market.

Patent analysis imparted in the report provides a snapshot of technological trends in the global market over time as well as geographically— namely for the U.S., Europe
and Japan. The global photonic sensor and detector market is segmented on the basis of type of photonic sensors as: fiber optic sensors, image sensors, biophotonic sensors
and others. The photonic devices are segmented as: single photon counting modules (SPCM), avalanche photodiodes, photodiodes, phototransistors, analog optoisolator and
optocoupler, photocell and others. The photonic sensors and detectors are produced by using technologies such as fiber optics, laser technology and biophotonic technology.

Photonic sensors included in the report are as follows:
- Fiber optic sensors including Bragg grating sensors, distributed sensors, quasi-distributed sensors and point sensors.
- Charge-coupled devices (CCD), complementary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS), position-sensitive detectors (PSD) and photoelectric sensors.
- Biophotonic sensors including intrinsic and extrinsic sensors.

The applications the report covers include:
- Military.
- Homeland Security.
- Industrial process.
- Factory automation.
- Civil structures.
- Transportation.
- Biomedical.
- Micro fluidic.
- Bio and environmental analytics.
- Wind energy turbines.
- Oil and gas.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The intended audience includes:
- Photonic technology providers and sensor and detector manufacturers along with potential entrants.
- Wholesalers, distributors and retailers of photonic sensors and detectors.
- Research institutes and associations.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2
STUDY BACKGROUND 2
SCOPE OF REPORT 3
INTENDED AUDIENCE 4
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS 4
SOURCE OF INFORMATION AND METHODOLOGY 4
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 4
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE 4
DISCLAIMER 5
CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS MARKET
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 8
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS MARKET,
2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 8
CHAPTER 3 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET OVERVIEW 11
MARKET DEFINITION AND SCOPE 11
EVOLUTION OF PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY 11
CLASSICAL OPTICS 11
MODERN OPTICS 12
EMERGING FIELDS 12
CONVENTIONAL VERSUS EMERGING SENSORS (SMART SENSORS) 12
FIGURE 1 GLOBAL USE OF SMARTPHONES (PERCENT) 13
IMPORTANCE OF AND ADVANCEMENT IN PHOTONIC SENSOR TECHNOLOGY 14
KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN THE FIELD OF PHOTONICS 15
BRAIN-MAPPING WITH PHOTONICS 16
DEVELOPMENT OF PHOTONICS IN THE MIDDLE EAST 16
ADVANCEMENT IN INTEGRATED PHOTONIC SENSORS 16
INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED PHOTONIC SENSORS 17
INTERNATIONAL R&D TRENDS 18
COMMERCIALIZATION OF PHOTONIC BIOCHEMICAL SENSORS 19
FIGURE 2 STEP-BY-STEP ILLUSTRATION OF A PHOTONIC BIOCHEMICAL SENSOR 19
TABLE 1 COMMERCIALIZED MEMS/MST-ENABLED PRODUCT OFFERINGS 20
GREEN PHOTONICS - THE ROLE OF PHOTONIC TECHNOLOGY IN SUSTAINABLE
ENERGY 21
FIBER-OPTIC SENSORS ADVANCEMENT 4D 23
MARKET DYNAMICS 24
DRIVERS 24
Need for Better Safety and Security 24
Alternate for a Failed Technology 25
Growth in Wireless Sensing Technology 25
RESTRAINTS 25
Lack of Industrial and Technological Standards 25
High Cost 26
OPPORTUNITIES 26
Smart Industries for the Future 26
High Opportunities in Developing Economies 26
CASE STUDIES 27
CASE STUDY 1 - VERIFICATION PLATFORM FOR IMAGE SENSOR 27
CASE STUDY 2 - FIBER OPTIC SENSING CABLE FOR MONITORING
ENHANCED GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS 27
CASE STUDY 3 - TEMPERATURE DETECTION IN MULTIMODE DTS FIBER
OPTICS SENSOR 28
CHAPTER 4 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET 30
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SENSORS AND DETECTORS 30
TABLE 2 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 30
PHOTONIC SENSORS 30
Fiber Optic Sensors 31
Image Sensors 31
Biophotonic Sensors 32
TABLE 3 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 33
PHOTONIC DETECTORS 33
Single Photon Counting Modules (SPCM) 33
Avalanche Photodiodes (APD) 33
Photodiodes 34
Phototransistors 34
Analogue Optoisolators and Optocouplers 34
Photocells 34
TABLE 4 GLOBAL PHOTONIC DETECTOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 35
CHAPTER 5 PHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET BY TYPE 37
TABLE 5 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 38
FIBER OPTIC SENSORS 38
FIGURE 3 FIBER OPTIC SENSOR APPLICATION 38
FIGURE 4 FIBER OPTICS SENSOR MARKET PROJECTIONS, 2012-2017 ($ BILLIONS) 39
TABLE 6 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC SENSOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 40
BRAGG GRATING SENSORS (FBG SENSORS) 41
DISTRIBUTED SENSOR 41
QUASI-DISTRIBUTED SENSOR 42
Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) 42
Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) 42
POINT SENSORS 42
IMAGE SENSORS 43
TABLE 7 GLOBAL IMAGE SENSORS MARKET THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 43
CHARGE-COUPLED DEVICES (CCD) 44
COMPLEMENTARY METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTORS (CMOS) 44
CCD Versus CMOS 45
TABLE 8 CCD VERSUS CMOS—ADVANTAGES 45
POSITION-SENSITIVE DETECTORS (PSD) 45
PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS 46
BIOPHOTONIC SENSORS 47
TABLE 9 BIOPHOTONICS MARKET FUNCTIONS 48
TABLE 10 GLOBAL BIOPHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 49
INTRINSIC BIOPHOTONIC SENSORS 49
EXTRINSIC BIOPHOTONIC SENSORS 50
CHAPTER 6 PHOTONIC DETECTOR MARKET BY TYPE 52
TABLE 11 GLOBAL PHOTONIC DETECTORS MARKET, BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 52
SINGLE PHOTON COUNTING MODULES (SPCM) 52
TABLE 12 GLOBAL SINGLE PHOTON COUNTING MODULE MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 53
AVALANCHE PHOTODIODES (APD) 54
TABLE 13 GLOBAL AVALANCHE PHOTODIODE (APD) MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 54
PHOTODIODES 55
TABLE 14 GLOBAL PHOTODIODE MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 57
PHOTOTRANSISTORS 57
CHARACTERISTICS OF PHOTOTRANSISTORS 58
TABLE 15 GLOBAL PHOTOTRANSISTOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 58
ANALOG OPTOISOLATORS AND OPTOCOUPLERS 58
TABLE 16 GLOBAL ANALOG OPTOISOLATOR AND OPTOCOUPLER MARKET BY
REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 59
PHOTOCELLS 59
TABLE 17 GLOBAL PHOTOCELL MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 60
CHAPTER 7 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR TECHNOLOGY MARKET 62
TABLE 18 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR TECHNOLOGY MARKET,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 62
FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY 63
TABLE 19 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY MARKET BY TYPE FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 64
TABLE 20 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 66
LASER TECHNOLOGY 67
TABLE 21 GLOBAL LASER TECHNOLOGY MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 69
BIOPHOTONIC TECHNOLOGY 70
TABLE 22 GLOBAL BIOPHOTONIC TECHNOLOGY MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 71
CHAPTER 8 APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS 73
TABLE 23 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY APPLICATION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 73
FIGURE 5 APPLICATION OF PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS 73
MILITARY 74
TABLE 24 GLOBAL MILITARY APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
HOMELAND SECURITY 76
TABLE 25 GLOBAL HOMELAND SECURITY APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSOR AND DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 77
INDUSTRIAL PROCESS 77
TABLE 26 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL PROCESS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 78
FACTORY AUTOMATION 79
TABLE 27 GLOBAL FACTORY AUTOMATION APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 80
CIVIL STRUCTURES 80
TABLE 28 OVERVIEW OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AROUND THE WORLD 81
TABLE 29 GLOBAL CIVIL STRUCTURES APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 82
TRANSPORTATION 82
MASS TRANSPORTATION MARKET 82
AIRPORT SECURITY 83
PORT SECURITY 83
TABLE 30 GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
BIOMEDICAL 84
TABLE 31 GLOBAL BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 85
MICROFLUIDICS 85
TABLE 32 GLOBAL MICROFLUIDICS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 85
BIO AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICS 86
TABLE 33 GLOBAL BIO AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICS APPLICATION MARKET
FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS)
87
WIND ENERGY TURBINES 87
FIGURE 6 WORLDWIDE WIND ENERGY CAPACITY (GW) 87
TABLE 34 GLOBAL WIND ENERGY TURBINE APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSOR AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 88
OIL AND GAS 89
TABLE 35 GLOBAL OIL AND GAS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 89
CHAPTER 9 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY REGION 91
TABLE 36 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 91
FIGURE 7 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY REGION 2013 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS 91
NORTH AMERICA 92
TABLE 37 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN NORTH
AMERICA, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
EUROPE 93
TABLE 38 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET IN EUROPE, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 94
ASIA-PACIFIC 94
TABLE 39 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN
ASIA-PACIFIC, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 95
ROW 95
TABLE 40 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN REST OF
THE WORLD, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 96
CHAPTER 10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 98
FIGURE 8 KEY COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES FOR PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR
MANUFACTURERS, 2010-2014 (%) 99
PRODUCT LAUNCH 99
FIGURE 9 PRODUCT LAUNCH STRATEGIES BY COMPANY, 2010-2014 (%) 100
TABLE 41 LIST OF KEY PRODUCT LAUNCHES ANNOUNCED, 2010–2014 102
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 105
FIGURE 10 R &D STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 106
TABLE 42 LIST OF KEY ANNOUNCED R&D, 2010-2014 107
EXPANSION 108
FIGURE 11 EXPANSION STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 108
TABLE 43 LIST OF KEY EXPANSIONS ANNOUNCED, 2010-2014 109
PARTNERSHIPS 110
FIGURE 12 PARTNERSHIP STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 110
TABLE 44 LIST OF KEY EXPANSIONS ANNOUNCED, 2010-2014 111
CHAPTER 11 PATENT ANALYSIS 113
PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS 113
FIGURE 13 PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE
U.S., EUROPE AND JAPAN, 2011-2014 (%) 113
PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC DETECTORS 114
FIGURE 14 PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC DETECTORS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE
U.S., EUROPE AND JAPAN, 2011-2014 (%) 114
THE U.S. PHOTONIC SENSORS PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET
PARTICIPANTS 115
Photonic Sensors, U.S. 115
FIGURE 15 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (SENSORS)
2011-2014 (%) 115
Photonic Detectors, U.S. 116
FIGURE 16 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 116
EUROPE PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS 118
Photonic Sensors, Europe 118
FIGURE 17 EUROPE PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (SENSORS),
2011-2014 (%) 118
Photonic Detectors, Europe 118
FIGURE 18 EUROPE PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 119
JAPAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS 120
Photonic Sensors, Japan 120
TABLE 45 PHOTONIC DETECTORS PATENT ANALYSIS, JAPAN (NO. OF PATENTS) 120
Photonic Detectors, Japan 121
FIGURE 19 JAPAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 121
CHAPTER 12 COMPANY PROFILES 124
ALCATEL-LUCENT 124
TABLE 46 ALCATEL-LUCENT, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 124
TABLE 47 ALCATEL-LUCENT, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 125
AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES 125
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 125
TABLE 48 AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 126
TABLE 49 AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 126
BANNER ENGINEERING CORP. 126
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 127
TABLE 50 BANNER ENGINEERING CORP., RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 127
BANPIL PHOTONICS 128
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 128
TABLE 51 BANPIL PHOTONICS, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 129
BAUMER HOLDING AG 129
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 130
TABLE 52 BAUMER HOLDING AG, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 130
BRANDYWINE PHOTONICS 131
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 131
TABLE 53 BRANDYWINE PHOTONICS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 132
DONGBU HITEK CO. LTD 132
TABLE 54 DONGBU HITEK CO. LTD. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 132
FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORP. 133
TABLE 55 FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORP, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 133
TABLE 56 FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORP., 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 134
GENERAL ELECTRONIC GLOBAL RESEARCH 134
PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 134
TABLE 57 GENERAL ELECTRONIC GLOBAL RESEARCH, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 135
TABLE 58 GENERAL ELECTRONIC (GROUP), FINANCIALS, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 135
HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS KK 135
TABLE 59 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS KK, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 136
TABLE 60 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS KK FINANCIALS 136
HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. 137
PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 137
TABLE 61 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 137
TABLE 62 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 138
NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP. 138
TABLE 63 NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 138
TABLE 64 NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP. - FINANCIALS 139
OMRON CORP. 139
PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 139
TABLE 65 OMRON CORP., RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 140
TABLE 66 OMRON CORP. FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 140
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD 141
TABLE 67 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS -RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 141
TABLE 68 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 141
TOSHIBA 142
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 142
TABLE 69 TOSHIBA - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 142
TABLE 70 TOSHIBA, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 143
TRUESENSE IMAGING INC. 143
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 143
TABLE 71 TRUESENSE IMAGING INC. - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 144
CHAPTER 13 APPENDIX 146
TABLE 72 U.S. PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS, 2009
TO JUNE 2014 146
TABLE 73 EUROPE PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS,
2009 TO JUNE 2014 151
TABLE 74 JAPAN PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS,
2009 TO JUNE 2014 156


LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS MARKET THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 8
TABLE 1 COMMERCIALIZED MEMS/MST-ENABLED PRODUCT OFFERINGS 20
TABLE 2 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 30
TABLE 3 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 33
TABLE 4 GLOBAL PHOTONIC DETECTOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 35
TABLE 5 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 38
TABLE 6 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC SENSOR MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 40
TABLE 7 GLOBAL IMAGE SENSORS MARKET THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 43
TABLE 8 CCD VERSUS CMOS—ADVANTAGES 45
TABLE 9 BIOPHOTONICS MARKET FUNCTIONS 48
TABLE 10 GLOBAL BIOPHOTONIC SENSOR MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 49
TABLE 11 GLOBAL PHOTONIC DETECTORS MARKET, BY TYPE, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 52
TABLE 12 GLOBAL SINGLE PHOTON COUNTING MODULE MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 53
TABLE 13 GLOBAL AVALANCHE PHOTODIODE (APD) MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 54
TABLE 14 GLOBAL PHOTODIODE MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 57
TABLE 15 GLOBAL PHOTOTRANSISTOR MARKET, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 58
TABLE 16 GLOBAL ANALOG OPTOISOLATOR AND OPTOCOUPLER MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 59
TABLE 17 GLOBAL PHOTOCELL MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 60
TABLE 18 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR TECHNOLOGY MARKET,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 62
TABLE 19 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY MARKET BY TYPE FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 64
TABLE 20 GLOBAL FIBER OPTIC TECHNOLOGY FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 66
TABLE 21 GLOBAL LASER TECHNOLOGY MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 69
TABLE 22 GLOBAL BIOPHOTONIC TECHNOLOGY MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 71
TABLE 23 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 73
TABLE 24 GLOBAL MILITARY APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS AND
DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 75
TABLE 25 GLOBAL HOMELAND SECURITY APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSOR AND DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 77
TABLE 26 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL PROCESS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 78
TABLE 27 GLOBAL FACTORY AUTOMATION APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 80
TABLE 28 OVERVIEW OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS AROUND THE WORLD 81
TABLE 29 GLOBAL CIVIL STRUCTURES APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 82
TABLE 30 GLOBAL TRANSPORTATION APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSORS AND DETECTORS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
TABLE 31 GLOBAL BIOMEDICAL APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 85
TABLE 32 GLOBAL MICROFLUIDICS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 85
TABLE 33 GLOBAL BIO AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICS APPLICATION MARKET FOR
PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 87
TABLE 34 GLOBAL WIND ENERGY TURBINE APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC
SENSOR AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 88
TABLE 35 GLOBAL OIL AND GAS APPLICATION MARKET FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS
AND DETECTORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 89
TABLE 36 GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 91
TABLE 37 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN NORTH
AMERICA, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
TABLE 38 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET IN EUROPE, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 94
TABLE 39 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN
ASIA-PACIFIC, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 95
TABLE 40 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR APPLICATION MARKET IN REST OF
THE WORLD, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 96
TABLE 41 LIST OF KEY PRODUCT LAUNCHES ANNOUNCED, 2010–2014 102
TABLE 42 LIST OF KEY ANNOUNCED R&D, 2010-2014 107
TABLE 43 LIST OF KEY EXPANSIONS ANNOUNCED, 2010-2014 109
TABLE 44 LIST OF KEY EXPANSIONS ANNOUNCED, 2010-2014 111
TABLE 45 PHOTONIC DETECTORS PATENT ANALYSIS, JAPAN (NO. OF PATENTS) 120
TABLE 46 ALCATEL-LUCENT, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 124
TABLE 47 ALCATEL-LUCENT, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 125
TABLE 48 AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 126
TABLE 49 AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 126
TABLE 50 BANNER ENGINEERING CORP., RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 127
TABLE 51 BANPIL PHOTONICS, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 129
TABLE 52 BAUMER HOLDING AG, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 130
TABLE 53 BRANDYWINE PHOTONICS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 132
TABLE 54 DONGBU HITEK CO. LTD. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 132
TABLE 55 FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORP, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 133
TABLE 56 FUJIFILM HOLDINGS CORP., 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 134
TABLE 57 GENERAL ELECTRONIC GLOBAL RESEARCH, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 135
TABLE 58 GENERAL ELECTRONIC (GROUP), FINANCIALS, 2011-2013 ($ MILLIONS/%) 135
TABLE 59 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS KK, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 136
TABLE 60 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS KK FINANCIALS 136
TABLE 61 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 137
TABLE 62 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 138
TABLE 63 NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 138
TABLE 64 NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP. - FINANCIALS 139
TABLE 65 OMRON CORP., RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 140
TABLE 66 OMRON CORP. FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 140
TABLE 67 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS -RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 141
TABLE 68 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 141
TABLE 69 TOSHIBA - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 142
TABLE 70 TOSHIBA, FINANCIALS ($ MILLIONS/%) 143
TABLE 71 TRUESENSE IMAGING INC. - RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 144
TABLE 72 U.S. PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS, 2009
TO JUNE 2014 146
TABLE 73 EUROPE PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS,
2009 TO JUNE 2014 151
TABLE 74 JAPAN PATENTS RELATING TO PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS,
2009 TO JUNE 2014 156


LIST OF FIGURES

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS MARKET,
2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 8
FIGURE 1 GLOBAL USE OF SMARTPHONES (PERCENT) 13
FIGURE 2 STEP-BY-STEP ILLUSTRATION OF A PHOTONIC BIOCHEMICAL SENSOR 19
FIGURE 3 FIBER OPTIC SENSOR APPLICATION 38
FIGURE 4 FIBER OPTICS SENSOR MARKET PROJECTIONS, 2012-2017 ($ BILLIONS) 39
FIGURE 5 APPLICATION OF PHOTONIC SENSORS AND DETECTORS 73
FIGURE 6 WORLDWIDE WIND ENERGY CAPACITY (GW) 87
FIGURE 7 PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR MARKET BY REGION 2013 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS 91
FIGURE 8 KEY COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES FOR PHOTONIC SENSOR AND DETECTOR
MANUFACTURERS, 2010-2014 (%) 99
FIGURE 9 PRODUCT LAUNCH STRATEGIES BY COMPANY, 2010-2014 (%) 100
FIGURE 10 R &D STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 106
FIGURE 11 EXPANSION STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 108
FIGURE 12 PARTNERSHIP STRATEGIES BY COMPANIES, 2010-2014 (%) 110
FIGURE 13 PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC SENSORS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE U.S.,
EUROPE AND JAPAN, 2011-2014 (%) 113
FIGURE 14 PATENTS FOR PHOTONIC DETECTORS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE
U.S., EUROPE AND JAPAN, 2011-2014 (%) 114
FIGURE 15 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (SENSORS) 2011-2014
(%) 115
FIGURE 16 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 116
FIGURE 17 EUROPE PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (SENSORS),
2011-2014 (%) 118
FIGURE 18 EUROPE PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 119
FIGURE 19 JAPAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS (DETECTORS),
2011-2014 (%) 121



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