NEW YORK, March 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Strategic Analysis of the Global Analytical Microscopes Market : Digital, Automated, and Software-based Systems Drive Growth
This Frost & Sullivan research service provides a detailed analysis of the global analytical microscope market. The study analyzes the critical technological trends in microscopy and its impact on the market. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following market segments.
- Scanning probe microscopes
- Electron microscopes
- Optical microscopes
It also covers the application sectors of:</b<
- Life sciences
- Material science
Digitization and Automation of Microscopy will Benefit Life Sciences and Nanotechnology
There has been consistently high demand for automated microscopic systems that offer seamless functioning with lower human interference, as well as high-speed and accurate inspections. Among the various application sectors, the life sciences sector has been the biggest end user of microscopy. This is because this sector is focused on the research of neurology, drug discovery and analysis of cells, which requires higher miniaturization of components. The continuous developments in life sciences have contributed to the growth of nanotechnology, which in turn, has expanded the potential of the microscope market.
Future microscopes are likely to employ integrated software-based systems that can resolve the complexities in measurements and automatically adjust the processes. This will ensure prompt identification of errors and facilitate faster data accumulation.
Significantly, digital microscopy and scanning probe microscopy offer abundant opportunities for research and development. Collaboration between optical, electron and scanning probe microscopy with innovative technologies will result in more flexible microscopic systems. Simultaneously, leading companies should look to offer customized microscopy solutions and superior customer support to improve their brand image.
-The global analytical microscopes market exhibits increasing annual growth in revenue.
-The total analytical microscopes market reached $ million in 2015. The market grew % in 2015 compared to the previous year.
- Frost & Sullivan foresees sustained single-digit growth, picking up a % compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2015 to 2020.
- The optical microscopes segment is set to dominate and contribute % of total market revenue. However, the scanning probe microscopes segment is the fastestgrowing segment with a CAGR of % from 2015 to 2020.
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