Cameras for Microscopy and Next-Generation Sequencing 2019

Yole Développement

Disposable image sensors: a revolution for microscopy and next-generation sequencing.

Key features

  • Historical perspective and synergies with other markets
  • Market data and forecasts at system, camera, and image sensor level, by segment (optical microscopy, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), point-ofcare microscopy, NGS) and technology(CCD, CMOS, sCMOS, TDI), in value (US$) and volume (units)
  • Technology penetration and market trends, per segment
  • Supply chain analysis with market share, at system level and camera level
  • Technology landscape, evolutions, and roadmaps

Report objectives

  • Provide an overview of the microscopy and NGS market at system, camera, and image sensor level, along with an understanding of established and upcoming players, their technologies (and the advantages/drawbacks), and how these will evolve in the coming years
  • Present market data and forecasts at system, camera, and image sensor level, by segment (optical microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, point-of-care microscopy, and NGS), in value ($) and volume (units)
  • Identify where the opportunities lie for different players along the supply chain, from materials suppliers and foundries to camera manufacturers and system developers
  • Discuss the different technologies used today (CCD, CMOS, sCMOS, TDI), as well as technological trends like artificial intelligence

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