Industrial Camera Market: Introduction
An industrial camera is a special type of camera, adapted to work in harsh conditions (high temperatures, pressure, and vibration). They are used to control the production cycle, track units on conveyors, detect ultra-small parts, etc. Therefore, in general, their scope is almost limitless. Industrial cameras have sturdy housing that protects internal mechanisms from humidity, dust, harmful gases, and other environmental factors. Manufacturers of industrial cameras use the most durable materials for their production (metals, sometimes-reinforced plastic). Industrial cameras offer the highest resolution. On an average, the best devices can shoot images with a resolution of up to 150 million pixels (150 Megapixels). Such devices work on the operating principle such as increased measures for mounting lenses, a variety of additional filters, integration with industrial interfaces, as well as special software.
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Key Drivers of the Industrial Camera Market
Growing need for quality automation and inspection, expansion of new connected technologies, and government initiatives to support smart factories is expected to accelerate the demand for industrial cameras during the forecast period. In addition, growing government investment in countries such as India and China to encourage the manufacturing sector is expected to drive the global industrial camera market in the near future. Other than the automotive sector, industrial cameras are expected to have huge opportunity in the food and packaging sector during the forecast period.
Latest CMOS Sensors Creating Opportunities in the Industrial Camera Market
CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) sensors have established themselves with their groundbreaking sensor technologies as compared to CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) sensors in many areas of industrial image processing. It comes with high resolution, frame rates, and low power consumption, offering an excellent price-performance ratio. The operating principle of CMOS sensor is that it operates on the photoelectric effect, and image sensors convert photons into electrical charge. The main features of CMOS sensors include absolute sensitivity threshold, temporal dark noise, dynamic range, quantum efficiency, maximum Signal-to-Noise ratio, and K-Factor. These factors create new opportunities for the industrial camera market.
Counterfeit Products May Act as Restraints for the Industrial Camera Market
Several local players in the market manufacture low quality industrial cameras at a cheaper price. As a result, major manufacturers face stiff competition from these local players and lose out on the price competency factor. This is expected to hamper the growth of the industrial camera market during the forecast period.
Asia Pacific the Dominant Region
India, China, and Japan dominate the industrial camera market due to a growing automotive and manufacturing sector. Rapid utilization in the food & beverages and other sectors is leading to the expansion of the industrial camera market in China and Japan and offering new opportunities in such regions.
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Key Players Operating in the Global Market
Companies are working on product innovation and development to expand their customer base. Furthermore, key companies are adopting the merger and acquisition strategy to improve their market revenue at the global level. Some of the major companies identified in the industrial camera market are:
- Karl Mayer
- The Imaging Source
- Olympus Corporation
- Testo AG
- Leuze electronic
- Fluke Corporation
- Cognex Corporation
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