X-Ray Detectors for Medical, Industrial and Security Applications 2019

New technologies are finally arriving in the X-ray market and reshuffling the pack of players.

What’s new

  • The previous report about X-ray imaging also included other medical imaging technologies like PET, endoscopy, OCT, and ultrasound. We have now decided to analyze each modality more deeply
  • We also enlarge the scope of the report adding the veterinary, industrial and security markets
  • This report focuses on X-ray imaging at the system and detector level

Reports key features

  • Historical perspective and synergies with other markets
  • Market data and forecasts at the system and detector level by applications including medical, veterinary, industrial and security and technologies like aSi, aSe, CCD, CMOS, photodiodes and IGZO, in dollar value and in unit volumes. The medical market is subdivided into static, mammography, surgery and interventional, CT and dental
  • Technology penetration and market trends by segment, including medical, covering static, mammography, surgery and interventional, CT and dental, as well as veterinary, industrial and security
  • Supply chain analysis with market shares at the system level by segment and at the detector level by technology
  • Technology landscape, evolution and roadmaps

Report objectives 

  • Provide an overview of X-ray imaging markets and technological landscapes at the system and detector levels, as well as an understanding of established and upcoming players, their technologies and their advantages/drawbacks, and how these will evolve in coming years.
  • Provide market data and forecasts, along with market share at the system and detector levels by applications, including medical, veterinary, industrial and security, and technologies, including aSi, aSe, CCD, CMOS, photodiodes and IGZO, in dollar value and in unit volumes.
  • Identify where the opportunities lie for the different players along the supply chain, from materials suppliers and foundries, to detectors manufacturers and system developers.
  • Discuss the different technologies used today, such as aSi, aSe, CCD, CMOS, photodiodes, but also the alternatives coming to the market in the next few years, including IGZO and single photon counting and possible new technologies being tested in R&D, such as perovskites, organic materials and curved sensors

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