Capacitive Sensors Market Expected to Grow

DALLAS /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new market research report of "Global Capacitive Sensors Market (2013–2018) by Sensing Applications (Touch, Motion, Pressure, Proximity); Devices (Touchpad, Buttons, Slider, Screens); Verticals (Factory Automation, Medical, Consumer Electronics, Automotive)" published by MarketsandMarkets is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15% from 2013 to 2018 and reach $17.89 billion in 2018.

Browse 104 market data tables, with 49 figures, spread through 280 pages and in-depth TOC on "Global Capacitive Sensors Market (2013–2018) by Sensing Applications (Touch, Motion, Pressure, Proximity); Devices (Touchpad, Buttons, Slider, Screens); Verticals (Factory Automation, Medical, Consumer Electronics, Automotive)."

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The capacitive sensor is one of the booming sensing technologies in the sensors industry. Capacitive sensors are continuously replacing other sensors in different applications used in various industry verticals. The report covers all the major applications of the capacitive sensors, including touch sensing, motion sensing, position sensing, and capacity measurement applications.

In different industry verticals, different capacitive sensing applications are used. The report also covers the major industry verticals like consumer electronics sector and non-consumer electronics sector. The non-consumer electronics sector is further segmented into commercial and factory automation industry. The sub-segments of each and every sector are also described in the report. Capacitive sensors are penetrating in the overall market of level sensors, flow sensors, and position sensors. The penetration rates of the capacitive sensors, along with the total available market for each application, are discussed in the report.

The smartphone and tablet market is expected to boost sales of the capacitive touch sensors market in the present sensors industry. The reduction of the prices of similar technologies like gesture recognition is expected to be a major threat for the capacitive sensors market. Various other drivers, restraints, and opportunities for the capacitive sensors market are also described in detail in the report. The market for capacitive sensors is expected to show a linear growth in the subsequent five years because of the continuous technological advancements and improvements in the features of capacitive sensors.

Geographical split for every application is included in the report because the market share of different applications of capacitive sensors varies from one region to another. Food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, petroleum, and oil and gas are some of the major industries expected to take a hit in the capacitive sensors market in the coming years.

This report describes the overall market, dividing it into four major geographical segments: North America, Europe, APAC, and ROW. All the four major regions are further segmented into the major countries. APAC is the market leader in the overall capacitive sensors market, followed by North America and Europe. In ROW, the Middle East and Africa are the largest contributors.

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