Acoustic Wave Sensors To Achieve Market Altitude Of $868.3 Million

According to a market research report titles “Acoustic Wave Sensor Market by Type, Device, Sensing Parameter, Vertical and Geography”,  the Acoustic Wave Sensor Market was valued at USD 422.8 Million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 868.3 Million by 2023, at a CAGR of 10.7% between 2017 and 2023. The acoustic wave sensor market is driven by factors such as the growing adoption of acoustic wave sensors by various industries and the increasing demand for acoustic wave sensors for security and surveillance in verticals such as industrial, automotive, military, and healthcare.


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Major players involved in the acoustic wave sensor market include Althen GmbH Mess- und Sensortechnik (Germany), Vectron International Inc. (US), Qualtre Inc. (US), SENSeOR SAS (France), NanoTemper Technologies GmbH (Germany), Transense Technologies plc (UK), Sensor Technology Ltd. (US), Pro-micron GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), Hawk Measurement Systems (Australia), and H. Heinz Meßwiderstände GmbH (Germany).


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