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ACT is a market where recent advanced technologies are used in cameras for image capturing, depth sensing, security concerns, and image displays. The advancements in cameras have been driven by the continuous technological evolution in the present era. These technologies are widely used in several applications, which include consumer electronics, media and entertainment, industrial, robotics and gaming, automotive, defense and aerospace, and healthcare.
This report has divided the industry into four segments, namely components, technologies, applications, and geographies. Furthermore, the components are classified into several components which include microprocessors and microcontrollers, Integrated Circuits ICs, sensors, and others.
The global ACT market size is estimated to grow from $2,186.92 million in 2013 to $6,080.03 million by 2020, at a CAGR of 15.69% from 2014 to 2020. The 4K pixel and ultra HD display technology is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.25% during the forecast period. This growth is heralded by consumer electronics, media and entertainment, and robotics and gaming applications.
The report also looks into the whole value chain and supply chain of the ACT market. It focuses on the parent markets and the submarkets of this industry and thus, identifies the total potential market that can be tapped by ACT. The report also covers the drivers, restraints, and opportunity analysis of the industry.
The major players in the ACT market include: Panasonic Corporation Japan, Sony Corporation Japan, Nikon Corporation Japan, and FLIR System Inc. U.S..
Original Article: Advancement in Camera Technologies Market by Component Microcontroller Microprocessor, Sensor, and IC, Technology 3D Depth Sensing, IR Thermal, 4K Pixel UHD, Panoramic, SCMOS Image Sensor, Application and Geography Analysis Forecast to 2014 2020 PricNEXT ARTICLE
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