In January 2023, Canon Medical Inc., partnered with ScImage. The strategic partnership between the two companies will directly broaden and advance Canon Medical Systems & outreach in hemodynamics with the Fysicon QMAPP Hemo portfolio (Fysicon is a Canon Medical subsidiary). As a result, Canon Medical plans to increase its presence in the cardiac market, offering innovative solutions and unique business models tailored to each client’s specific needs.
Northbrook, IL 60062 -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/20/2023 -- The optical imaging industry is expected to experience significant growth in the near future. Rising demand for medical imaging and the increasing demand for consumer electronics are expected to drive the market. Technological advancements in optical imaging systems, such as miniature cameras and endoscopes, are also expected to contribute to the growth of the industry. The increasing demand for optical imaging in medical applications, such as diagnosis and treatment of diseases, is expected to drive the industry. Optical imaging technologies, such as optical coherence tomography, are increasingly being used in medical applications. This is expected to fuel the growth of the optical imaging industry. The rising demand for consumer electronics, such as smartphones, cameras and tablets, is also expected to bolster the optical imaging industry. These devices are equipped with advanced optical imaging systems to capture high-quality images.
Optical Imaging Market in terms of revenue was estimated to be worth $1.5 billion in 2022 and is poised to reach $2.9 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 13.5% from 2022 to 2027 according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. The market is expanding as a result of factors such as an aging population, an increase in R&D in the life sciences, growing patient expectations for quick and simple diagnosis and treatment, rising information availability and knowledge, and expanding access to health care in Rapidly Developing Economies (RDE) are some other key factors influencing the market's growth.
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Based on product, the imaging systems segment is expected to account for the largest share of the optical imaging market
Need for good quality equipment and technologies are increasing in recent times, leading to continuous development by market players. Growing competitiveness among players in the market calls for new improved systems and devices to be introduced in this market. Need for non-invasive, non-contact optical imaging modality with no harmful radiation is an additional factor influencing the market growth. Second to the imaging systems segment, is camera market. Small size, better sensitivity, and high-resolution imaging capability are expected to drive the greater adoption of cameras for different medical diagnostics applications.
On the basis of application, pathological segment is expected to account for the largest share of the optical imaging market
One of the main drivers of market expansion in the pathological category is the high demand for optical imaging systems in the diagnosis of eye disorders, tumor detection, cardiovascular diseases, skin lesions, and other such illnesses. The popularity of optical imaging systems for pathological application is being fueled by non-invasiveness, precise image capture capabilities, and greater adoption in clinical practice, which is affecting market growth. Due to its low operational costs and relative ease of use, pathological imaging is widely used by clinicians worldwide. Specificity and efficacy of diagnosis is enhanced in this segment due to the use of optical imaging instruments.
Based of end user, hospitals segment holds the highest market share in the optical imaging market
Due to rising government and private healthcare funding, rising hospital adoption of optical imaging, greater accessibility to qualified healthcare workers and technologically cutting-edge facilities, and rising adoption of optical imaging overall, hospitals dominated the optical imaging market during the forecast period. Optical imaging techniques are applied in clinics and operating rooms to locate and resect malignant tumors. For example, fluorescence imaging is gaining importance in initial clinical testing in breast imaging and endoscopy areas. Moreover, some optical imaging techniques are used to detect ovarian cancer, malignant skin lesions, lymphoma, intestinal adenoma, intraoperative scanning, stem cell trafficking, and monitoring of patient response to various treatments
Based on Region, North America to dominate the optical imaging market during the forecast period
North America will continue to rule the optical imaging market over the forecast period. The greatest market share in the world is attributable to this region, which has seen a surge in glaucoma cases, government support, and the importance of research and development by well-known companies based there. In addition, stringent FDA regulations regarding the product, medical procedures, and research ensure the quality and safety of optical imaging instruments and technologies in the region. This is encouraging healthcare centers in North America to utilize optical imaging for various interventions and quickly adapt to newer technologies, which is driving the growth of the optical imaging market in North America
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Optical Imaging Market Dynamics:
Growing geriatric population and subsequent increase in prevalence of eye disorders
Growing application areas of optical imaging techniques
Growing need to minimize use of radiation technologies
Lack of skilled operators
Expansion and market penetration opportunities in emerging economies
Growing applications in pharmaceutical & biotechnology research
Sustainability of small and medium-sized players
High cost of optical imaging procedures and extensive data requirements
Key Market Players:
Prominent players in the optical imaging market include Carl Zeiss Meditec (Germany), Abbott (US), Topcon Corporation (Japan), Canon (Japan), PerkinElmer (US), Koninklijke Philips (Netherlands), Heidelberg Engineering (US), Leica Microsystems (Germany), Headwall Photonics (US), Visionix (US), Optical Imaging (Israel), Optos (Scotland), Wasatch Photonics (US), ArcScan (US), DermaLumics (Spain), Cylite (Australia), MOPTIM (Guangdong), Michelson Diagnostics (England), Thorlabs (US), Hamamatsu Photonics (Japan), iTheraMedical (Germany), Kibero (Germany), Seno Medical (US), Aspectus Imaging (Germany), and Agfa-Gevaert (Belgium).
In January 2023, Canon Medical Inc., partnered with ScImage. The strategic partnership between the two companies will directly broaden and advance Canon Medical Systems' outreach in hemodynamics with the Fysicon QMAPP Hemo portfolio (Fysicon is a Canon Medical subsidiary). As a result, Canon Medical plans to increase its presence in the cardiac market, offering innovative solutions and unique business models tailored to each client's specific needs.
In August 2021, Topcon partnered with RetInSight to develop a seamless interface between RetInSight's AI-assisted retinal biomarker applications and Topcon's market-leading OCT devices and cloud-based data management solution, Harmony.
In December 2020, Carl Zeiss acquired arivis to further strengthen its software competencies and market position in 3D image visualization, image processing, and analysis software for research microscopy.
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