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Report updated on 11th September, 2021: Global Capacitive Sensor Market 2021 (Includes Business Impact of COVID-19)Global Capacitive Sensor Market Analysis Trends, Applications, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast to 2030 is a recent report generated by Trusted Business Insights. The global capacitive sensor market report has been segmented on the basis of sensor type, deployment, end user, and region. Request Covid - 19 Impact The global capacitive sensor market size was valued at USD26.92 billion in 2020 and is expected reach US$ 45.75 billion by 2030 to exhibit a CAGR o (CAGR) of 5.46% from 2020 to 2030.
Global Capacitive Sensor Market: OverviewCapacitive sensors are proximity sensors that creates the electrical field and detects nearby objects by their effect. Capacitive sensors are less expensive, non-directional sensor, with short range characteristically less than 15 cm. Capacitive sensors are used for non-contact detection of non-metallic and metallic objects. They are also used for thickness and displacement measurement with position of the tool. Capacitive sensing technology is also used to detect other parameters such as level, flow, pressure, spacing, linear position, shaft angel position, etc.
Global Capacitive Sensor Market: DynamicsGrowing consumer electronics sector is a major factor driving growth of the global capacitive sensor market. Additionally, increasing demand for capacitive sensor based compact devices is a factor expected to support growth of the global market. In addition, increasing adoption of capacitive sensors industrial sector owing to its high sensitivity, accuracy, and durability, coupled with growing use in automation equipments are also factors fueling growth of the target market. Furthermore, growing trend of interactive displays among end users is a factor expected to support growth of the global capacitive sensor market in the near future. However, performance of capacitive sensor can be affected due to variations in humidity and temperature is a factor that may hamper growth of the global capacitive sensor market. Nevertheless, government initiatives for nanotechnology based devices can create high revenue opportunities for growth of the target market.
Global Capacitive Sensor Market: Segment AnalysisOn the basis of end user, the automotive segment is expected to account for high growth in terms of revenue over the forecast period. Increasing use of capacitive sensor in automotive industry for various application is a factor propelling growth of this segment in the global market. Consumer electronics segment is anticipated to account for lucrative growth in terms of revenue in the near future. Increasing demand for smartphones, touch screens, tablets, sliders, gaming devices, etc. is a key factor supporting growth of this segment in the global market.
Global Capacitive Sensor Market: Regional AnalysisCurrently, market in Asia Pacific accounts for major share in terms of revenue and is expected to account for high growth over the forecast period. Growing industrial sector in developing countries in the region such as China and India is a key factor driving growth of the target market. Growing demand for consumer electronics products among end users and increasing use of Internet of things application are also factor supporting growth of the capacitive sensor market. In addition, increasing number of electronics manufacturing companies as well as rising disposable income among individuals especially in South Korea, India, Japan, China is a factor expected to boost growth of the capacitive sensor market in the near future. Market in Latin America is anticipated to witness lucrative growth rate in terms of revenue over the forecast period, followed by Middle East & Africa.
Below are the active patents related to Capacitive Sensor Market.Patent Number: US8847613B2 Capacitive sensing system Abstract A capacitive sensing system (1) which includes an electrical charge providing unit (4) like an electret foil for providing a permanent electrical charge at a sensing site (6) of the object (3) and a capacitive sensor (2) including a sensing electrode (5) for generating a sensing signal by capacitively sensing the object (3) at the sensing site (6) of the object (3). By providing a permanent electrical charge at the sensing site (6) of the object (3), the bias between the object (3) and the sensing electrode (5) of the capacitive sensor (2) is intentionally preferentially made large, thereby increasing the sensitivity towards mechanical motions. The resulting sensing signal substantially caused by these mechanical motions between the object (3) and the sensing electrode (5) is generally larger than a signal generated substantially by an electrophysiological field. Application filed: 2010-05-31 Application Granted: 2014-09-30 Current Assignee: Koninklijke Philips NV Patent Number: US8432173B2 Capacitive position sensor Abstract In one embodiment, a method includes receiving one or more first signals indicating one or more first capacitive couplings of an object with a sensing element that comprises a sensing path that comprises a length. The first capacitive couplings correspond to the object coming into proximity with the sensing element at a first position along the sensing path of the sensing element. The method includes determining based on one or more of the first signals the first position of the object along the sensing path and setting a parameter to an initial value based on the first position of the object along the sensing path. The initial value includes a particular parameter value and is associated with a range of parameter values. The range of parameter values is associated with the length of the sensing path. Application filed: 2011-05-27 Application Granted: 2013-04-30 Current Assignee: QRG Ltd, Neodron Ltd Patent Number: US7602376B1 Moving dielectric, capacitive position sensor configurations Abstract A capacitive sensor configuration is capable of determining position and/or velocity for rotary or linear translation using a movable dielectric element coupled to an elongate member. The dielectric element is supported between at least one detection plate and a plurality of transmitting plates. By measuring the charge on the detecting plate, the capacitances of the assembly at a given point in time can be determined, and this measurement is used to solve for position of the member. The dielectric need not be rigid, and the dielectrics distance from the plates does not have to be tightly controlled. The apparatus can be used to measure the position or velocity of a variety of devices, including computer peripherals such as mice, keyboards, joysticks, and other input control panels and pointing devices Application filed: 2000-10-06 Application Granted: 2009-10-13 Current Assignee: P I Engineering Inc
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Table of Contents Chapter 1. Methodology and Scope 1.1. Research Methodology 1.2. Research Scope & Assumptions 1.3. List of Data SourcesChapter 2. Executive SummaryChapter 3. Global Capacitive Sensor Market Outlook 3.1. Market Segmentation 3.2. Market Size and Growth Prospects, 2016 - 2027 3.3. Value Chain Analysis 3.4. Market Dynamics 3.4.1. Market driver analysis 3.4.2. Market restraint analysis | read more...