Global Short Wave IR Market Projected To Reach $52.2 Million by 2018 – Research Report Available at ReportsnReports.com | The Knowledge Dynasty

Global Short Wave IR Market Projected To Reach $52.2 Million by 2018 – Research Report Available at ReportsnReports.com


(PRWEB) November 28, 2014

The Short Wave IR Market is majorly dominated by temperature measurement, in addition to InGaAs and fire detection applications. These applications have contributed to nearly 61% of the overall market in 2013. The highest growth rate is expected from the temperature measurement application, which is around $ 10 million in 2014 and is anticipated to reach $ 17 million by 2020 at a CAGR of 8.7%. The Asia-Pacific region has dominated the IR detector market from SWIR spectral range as majority of the manufacturers are located in Japan and China. The Americas and Europe also have contributed to the rapid progression of this market. The Asia-Pacific SWIR market is estimated to be $ 8 million in 2013 and is projected to reach $ 15 million by 2020, at a CAGR of 9.3%. Complete report is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/317890-global-short-wave-ir-market-research-report.html .

Short Wave IR or short wave infrared detectors have wavelengths of 1μm – 4 μm. These detectors are meant to deliver better performance in comparison to others. Water absorption increases significantly at 1,500nm. Spectral range from 1,500 – 1,580 is the key range popular for long distance communications. InGaAs and MCT technology is mainly used for the manufacture of SWIR detectors. SWIR image is similar to visible light, and the photons are reflected or absorbed by an object, providing strong contrast needed for high-resolution imaging. Ambient star light and background radiance (nightglow) are natural emitters of SWIR, and they provide excellent illumination for outdoor and night-time detection. Key manufacturers of SWIR detectors are Hamamatsu (Japan) and Vigo (Poland).

The market size for IR detectors from SWIR spectral range is estimated to be nearly $ 21 million in 2013, and is projected to reach $ 40 million by 2020, at a CAGR of 8% from 2014 to 2020. The SWIR market is mainly dominated by InGaAs as majority of the manufacturers prefer this technology due to its enhanced performance rate. Order a copy of this report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/purchase.aspx?name=317890 .

IR radiations are electromagnetic (EM) waves, where wavelengths are larger than those of visible lights, and shorter than radio waves. This section segments the IR detector market as per varied spectrum ranges that are successfully commercialized and used for applications, such as motion detection, temperature measurement, and fire & gas detection application. Segment and country specific company shares, news & deals, mergers & acquisitions, segment specific pipeline products, product approvals, and product recalls of major companies have been provided in this market report. Priced at US $ 4500 for a single user PDF, a discount on this research report can be requested at http://www.reportsnreports.com/contacts/discount.aspx?name=317890 .

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“Global Microbolometer IR Detector Market Research Report” research report is now available with ReportsnReports.com. The major companies operating in this market segment are L-3 Communications Holdings (U.S.), Testo Inc. (U.S.), DRS Corporation, Raytheon Corporation (U.S.), Nippon Avionics Co. Ltd. (Japan), Honeywell Security (U.S.), Hamamatsu Corp. (U.S.) and GE (U.S.) are discussed in this research available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/317889-global-microbolometer-ir-detector-market-research-report.html .

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