2019 Quantum Sensors Markets; Featuring Bosch, HP, Honeywell, Microsemi, ST Microelectronics, and Texas Instruments - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 5, 2019--The “Quantum Sensors Markets, 2018 and Beyond” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Quantum sensors are a class of sensors that offer a particularly high level of sensitivity based on certain quantum phenomena, such as quantum de-coherence and quantum entanglement. Some of these devices - such as PAR sensors - represent relatively mature technology. Others - gravity sensors and quantum LiDAR - are only beginning to make an impact.
This research believes, however, that all quantum sensor technology has strong commercial prospects ahead of it and that the business will benefit increasing levels of government and VC funding for quantum technology in general. There is also emerging technology - such as quantum photonics - that will lead to new kinds of sensor products being developed in the near future.
The report forecasts future technology evolution in the quantum sensors business and considers it from both the perspective of the conventional sensor industry and the budding quantum technology sector.
Quantum sensors considered in this report include atomic clocks, single-photon detectors, PAR sensors, quantum LiDAR and quantum radar, gravity sensors, atomic interferometers, magnetometers, quantum imaging devices, spin-qubit-based sensors, and quantum rotation sensors. Materials used for quantum sensors, especially diamond and graphene, are also looked at.
Primary opportunities in the quantum sensor space are identified, exploring the commercial future of the technology and the firms that are supplying it. While these firms include many pure play sensor firms, the report also notes that some industry giants have taken a stake in the sector including Bosch, Honeywell, HP, Microsemi, ST Microelectronics and Texas Instruments.
End-user markets where there will be the most significant opportunities are examined, including:Transportation (Autonomous vehicles, navigation, GPS and air traffic control) Agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture Networked industries (telecom and smart grids) Construction and surveying Financial trading Medical imaging Defense and aerospace Research and development
This report also explores how quantum sensors will fit into the Internet-of-Things
The report provides highly granular ten-year market forecasts in this report in both revenue and (where possible) volume shipment terms. Each type of quantum sensor is forecast with a breakout by application, and each end-user sector is forecast by the type of quantum sensors being used. The report also includes a breakout of the market for quantum sensors by the geographical regions in which they are located.
Companies MentionedBosch HP Honeywell Microsemi ST Microelectronics Texas Instruments
E.1 Quantum Sensor Evolution: Three Generations and an Arms Race
E.1.1 Sensors and the Quantum Arms Race
E.1.2 Quantum Sensors: Mature and Novel
E.2 Emerging Demand for Quantum Sensors: Five Key Opportunities
E.2.1 Defense and Aerospace Markets for Quantum Sensors: Quantum Radar and Quantum Gravity Sensors
E.2.2 Opportunities for Next-Generation Atomic Clocks
E.2.3 Quantum Sensors in Construction and the Oil and Gas Industry
E.2.4 Medical Opportunities for Quantum Sensors
E.2.5 Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture
E.2.6 Possible Future Markets for Quantum Sensors: Autonomous Vehicles and the Internet-of-Things
E.3 Market Potential for Quantum Sensors: Ten-year Forecasts
E.3.1 Summary of Ten-year Quantum Sensor Markets by Type of Sensor
E.3.2 Summary of Ten-year Quantum Sensor Markets by Type of End User/Application
E.3.3 Summary of Ten-year Quantum Sensor Revenues by Geography
E.4 Five Companies that will Shape the Future of the Quantum Sensor Business: Some Speculations
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to this Report: Why Quantum Sensors Present a New Business Opportunity
1.2 Objective and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology of this Report
1.4 Plan of this Report
Chapter Two: Products and Technology Evolution
2.1 Sensor Industry Trends Also Drive the Quantum Sensors Market
2.2 Atomic Clocks as Quantum Sensor Products
2.3 Quantum Light Detectors
2.4 Quantum Magnetometers
2.5 Quantum Gravimeters
2.6 Quantum LiDAR and Quantum Radar
2.7 The Impact of Emerging Technologies on Quantum Sensor Markets
2.8 New Materials for Quantum Sensors
2.9 Key Points from this Chapter
Chapter Three: Applications and Ten-year Forecasts
3.1 Transportation Markets: Applications in Autonomous Vehicles and Global Positioning
3.2 Agriculture, Horticulture and Aquaculture
3.3 Networking Markets and the Need for Atomic Clocks
3.4 Atomic Clocks in Financial Trading: Time stamping Trades
3.5 Markets for Quantum Sensors in Construction, Surveying, Oil and Gas: An Immediate Use for Quantum Gravity and Imaging Sensors
3.6 Medical and Healthcare
3.7 Defense and Aerospace Markets for Quantum Sensors
3.8 Markets for Quantum Sensors in Scientific Research and R&D
3.10 Coda: Quantum Sensors and the Internet-of-Things
3.11 Key Points made in this Chapter
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