Chemical-Sensor Market Targeting $28.16 Billion Payload

According to research company Research Cosmos’ 110-page report on the Global Chemical Sensor Market, the market was valued at $18.56 billion in 2017, and is expected to reach a value of $28.16 billion by 2023 at a CAGR of 7.20%, over the forecast period (2018 - 2023). The scope of the report includes product type like electrochemical, optical, and pellistor/catalytic bead and end users are limited to industrial, medical, environmental monitoring, defense and homeland security. The regions considered under the scope of the report include North America, Europe, Asia-pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America.

 

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  • Optical Chemical Sensor is the Fastest Growing Sensor
  • Medical Industry has the Fastest Growth
  • Asia-Pacific to Emerge as the Fastest Growing Market with a Double-Digit Growth R 

Chemical Sensor Market - Major Players:

  • AIRTEST TECHNOLOGIES
  • SMITHS DETECTION INC.
  • DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
  • GENERAL ELECTRIC
  • HANS TURCK
  • HONEYWELL ANALYTICS
  • MSA SAFETY
  • PEPPERL+FUCHS
  • SENSEAIR
  • SICK AG

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