Tough Displays May Muscle $10.3 Billion Out Of The Market

MarketsandMarkets researchers claim the total Rugged Display Market is expected to be worth USD 10.29 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 5.92% between 2017 and 2023. The growth of the market is propelled by the increasing technological shift in display technology and development of ruggedized display devices with high specifications, reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) offered by ruggedized products compared to consumer-grade devices in harsh environments, and the rising demand for HMI and IoT in various industries.

 

  • Government, defense, and aerospace vertical dominated the rugged display market in 2016
  • Windows OS-based rugged display devices expected to dominate the rugged display market during the forecast period
  • APAC expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period
  • The report profiles top players of the rugged display market including Getac Technology Corp. (Taiwan), Panasonic Corp. (Japan), Zebra Technologies Corp. (US), Sparton Corp. (US), Xplore Technologies Corp. (US), Beijer Electronics Group AB (Sweden), General Dynamics Corp. (US), L3 Technologies, Inc. (US), Kyocera Corp. (Japan), Curtiss-Wright Corp. (US), and Esterline Technologies Corp. (US).The report also analyzes the trends for each of the market segments along with their respective growth rates. 

If rugged displays are your meat and potatoes, you can browse the report’s 63 data tables and 56 figures plus the TOC, or download a PDF brochure, and/or make a pre-buy inquiry.

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