Infrared cameras use sensors which are costly due to the cost of these sensors end product becomes expensive which acts as challenge for the growth of the market.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/02/2017 -- Infrared (IR) Cameras are imaging devices, which forms images based on thermal or infrared radiation, similar to common camera, which forms images using visible light and then converts into electronic signal, which is then processed to produce a thermal image and perform temperature calculations. Infrared cameras generate monochrome images because the image sensors used in Infrared cameras does not distinguish different wavelengths of infrared radiation. Infrared cameras not only monitor thermal performance but also identify and evaluate severity of heat related problems. Infrared cameras use cooled infrared detectors and uncooled infrared detectors. Cooled infrared detectors are contained in vacuum-sealed cases and cryogenically cooled. Uncooled infrared detectors use sensors operated at an ambient temperature. Infrared cameras with detectors are used for various purposes like home automation, security, fire and gas detection purposes. Infrared cameras are initially developed of military usage and now they are used for civilian purposes.
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Infrared (IR) Camera market drivers and challenges:
Development of high-speed infrared cameras with suitable sensors for measuring temperature and evaluating the relative severity of heat is a driver that contributes to the growth of infrared imaging market. Continuous development of Micro-bolometer, which is used as a thermal detector in Infrared cameras, is advancing technologically these days, which contributes for the growth of the market. Due to advancement in technology used in Infrared cameras, the prices of the old products are reducing gradually which in a way contributes for the growth of the Infrared cameras market
Infrared cameras use sensors which are costly due to the cost of these sensors end product becomes expensive which acts as challenge for the growth of the market. Infrared cameras measures thermal variations sometimes infrared cameras fail to detect the difference between the objects which have same range of temperature which results in inaccurate results
Infrared (IR) camera market Segments:-
IR Lens Systems
IR Sensor s
Aerospace & Defense
Infrared (IR) Camera market: Regional Outlook
On the basis of regions, Infrared (IR) cameras market can be segmented into North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan, Japan, and Middle East and Africa.
North America and Western Europe Infrared (IR) camera market is predominantly mature as compared to the other regional market as they are fast in the adoption of technology. Infrared (IR) camera market in Asia Pacific excluding Japan and Japan are expected to possess maximum potential in the forecast period. Infrared (IR) Camera market in Latin America and Middle East and Africa are also projected to witness positive growth during the forecast period.
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Infrared (IR) Camera market Competition landscape
Key Vendors in Infrared (IR) market include FLIR Systems, Inc., DRS Technologies Inc., Fluke Corporation, Axis Communications AB, Sofradir Group, Samsung Techwin, Seek Thermal, Inc. Thermoteknix Systems Ltd, Opgal, Infraredcameras, inc