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世界の環境センシング&モニタリング技術市場

Environmental Sensing and Monitoring Technologies: Global Markets

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世界の環境センシング&モニタリング技術市場 Environmental Sensing and Monitoring Technologies: Global Markets
出版日: 2014年04月23日 ページ情報: 英文 227 Pages
概要

世界における環境センサーおよびモニタリング技術市場の規模は、2014年の132億米ドルから、複合年間成長率(CAGR)5.9%で拡大し、2019年にはおよそ176億米ドルに達すると予測されています。

当レポートでは、世界の環境センシング&モニタリング技術市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、環境センサー産業の構造、法・政策上の支援、各種環境ネットワークプロジェクトと展開状況、センサーおよびセンサーシステム/コンポーネントの技術・製品の区分と概要、主要アプリケーションエリア、市場成長予測、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要

  • センサービジネス
  • 環境市場の背景
  • センサー市場の分類
  • センサービジネスの成長を支える主要因子としての環境上の圧力
  • その他の主要市場動向

第4章 法規制上の推進因子

  • 概要
  • 政府の環境モニタリングへの支出動向
  • EPAによる環境保護
  • 大気モニタリング

第5章 環境ネットワーク

  • 市場概要
  • 環境ネットワークのタイプ
  • 国内および国際的バイオサーベイランス
  • 大規模環境モニタリングネットワーク
  • NTTドコモのINC環境センサーネットワークビジネス
  • SIEMENS CORPORATE TECHNOLOGYのUrbanFloodプロジェクト
  • 農業用センサーネットワークアプリケーション
  • CITIZEN SCIENTISTSのネットワーク
  • ダイナミック大規模センサーネットワーク
  • その他のセンサーネットワークイニシアチブ

第6章 環境センサーのカテゴリー

  • 概要
  • アナログ vs デジタル環境センサー
  • 環境センシングのタイプ

第7章 環境センサービジネスの市場区分

  • 概要
  • センサー:モダリティ別
  • 主要タイプに関するディスカッション
  • レーザー誘起蛍光
  • タイプ別売上

第8章 国際市場

  • 概要
  • 米国の輸出における位置づけ
  • 韓国のセンサー産業
  • 台湾の環境モニタリング・コントロール用ワイヤレスセンサー市場
  • 中国のセンサー・モニタリング機器市場
  • カナダの環境産業
  • ベルギーの大気汚染センサー&モニタリングシステム市場

第9章 環境センシング&モニタリングビジネス:その他の主要区分

  • 概要
  • 環境モニタリングのためのGPS
  • ランダムモニタリング&テスト市場
  • リモートセンシングの環境用アプリケーション
  • リモートセンシングデータの主要な環境アプリケーション
  • 大規模レーダーシステムに基づいたセンシングシステム
  • 衛星とGRACE(GRAVITY RECOVERY AND CLIMATE EXPERIMENT)
  • 市場需要
  • リモートセンシングに関する政府のイニシアチブ
  • R&D

第10章 技術開発・製品開発

  • 概要
  • 主要動向
  • サイバーインフラ
  • ナノテクノロジー
  • 現在資金供給されているセンサーのR&Dと製品開発
  • 主要な製品・技術

第11章 環境センサーとナノテクノロジー

  • 概要
  • 環境ナノセンサー市場の展望
  • ナノワイヤー
  • センシング技術/デバイスの関わる汚染物質・微生物の検出のための主要なナノテクノロジー研究イニシアチブ
  • マイクロ流体

第12章 特許分析

第13章 企業プロファイル

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Product Code: IAS030C

BCC research estimates that the global environmental sensor and monitoring business will grow from $13.2 billion in 2014 to nearly $17.6 billion in 2019, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.9% for the period of 2014 to 2019.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the global market for environmental sensing and monitoring technologies.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013, estimates for 2014, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2019.
  • Information on emerging growth areas, such as large-scale monitoring networks.
  • Breakdowns of sensor applications into categories including temperature sensing, moisture detection, and biological and chemical detection.
  • Company profiles, including overseas manufacturers as well as development stage companies in which the most innovative technologies are originating.
  • Relevant patent activity analysis.

REPORT SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

PRINCIPAL TRENDS

There are three principal trends of note in the environmental sensing and monitoring business. The first is the technological revolution in the design and engineering of individual sensors and sensor components. The trend in terms of individual sensors is toward miniaturization. This is based on innovations in micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), microfluidics, the use of new materials such as graphene and carbon nanotubes and a myriad of similar innovations discussed in this report. Making sensors smaller lowers material costs and energy requirements and makes large distributed networks possible. The second trend is the continual improvements in the specificity of sensor detection. Much lower threshold levels of detection have been achieved and this is the case both with chemical detection and also in other environmental monitoring techniques such as satellite imagery. Ever finer resolution of both physical and chemical parameters is being achieved. All of this makes the sensing techniques that much more valuable and hence attractive for purchase.

The third principal trend is the development of the environmental sensor and monitoring networks themselves. There is an explosion in the number, extent and capacity of these networks, so much so that this report can only provide a sampling of some notable ones. At the governmental level alone, annual expenditures on maintenance and operation of these networks is nearly $500 million just in the U.S. One newer aspect of this networking is the creation of distributed satellite networks, launched and managed by private companies.

Sensor networks allow distributed sensing capacity, real-time data visualization and analysis, and integration with adjacent networks and remote sensing data streams. In regard to networking from space, with additional satellites, networked coverage of the globe's surface is becoming ever more comprehensive. Underpinning the development of networks is the miniaturization of electronics, the availability of massive data storage and computational capacity, and the Internet. As this report documents, environmental sensor networks have been firmly established, and large new networks are actively in development. New projects range from those that are continental in scope and those managed via satellite data acquisition to those that only monitor local conditions. The range of variables measured includes daily CO2 fluxes to decadal shifts in temperatures. Sensor systems can monitor physical and biological activity, as well as measure groundwater fluxes and nutrient dynamics.

LARGE GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY

The global environmental remediation and monitoring business is huge. In the U.S. market alone, some $250 billion of economic output stems from all pollution control and monitoring activities each year. Among the faster-growing segments of this cleanup business are the markets for sophisticated sensors; monitoring equipment; and large-scale networks, such as satellite, GPS and remote sensing; associated networking equipment and ancillaries; and a large slate of new technologies. Globally, the markets for environmental sensors and the related subsegments (e.g., monitoring, networks, remote sensing) account for approximately $13 billion of economic activity at present, with a projected average annual growth of 5.9% through 2019.

The purpose of this report is to measure and forecast the demand for sensor equipment, systems and networks that are sold for terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric environmental sensing. The report defines markets for sensors and/or sensor systems (e.g., monitoring networks), and then separately defines markets for the advanced materials and advanced sensor concepts that represent markets of the future. Cutting-edge developments, such as in nanotechnology, MEMS and other advanced materials for which considerable Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Science Foundation (NSF) research dollars have been expended, are covered. Nanotechnology-based chemical sensors can provide high-sensitivity, low-power, and low-cost portable tools for in situ chemical analysis in space and terrestrial applications. An additional purpose of this report is to assess the needs of long-term environmental monitoring applications and to summarize the capabilities of emerging sensor technologies.

Environmental sensors come in literally thousands of forms and types based on a wide range of physical and chemical principles with varying types of usable outputs. Typical contaminants monitored are metals, volatile organic compounds, biological contaminants and radioisotopes. The field applications of sensors are also extremely varied. Among the key trends in the environmental sensors business is miniaturization down to the nano scale, continuous and/or real-time sensing capabilities, wireless networked operation, rapid processing and increased sensitivity or flexibility. Areas of environmental focus include water supplies and watershed data, vehicular emissions, combustion of fossil fuels, agricultural runoff, industrial and mine waste disposal, ocean spills and dumping, climate change and weather monitoring, and seismic events.

Environmental sensors and monitoring technologies have not only become a substantial high-technology business, but future growth is almost preordained due to the fact that global economies must manage their environmental impact or eventually destroy themselves. At the same time that environmental cleanup is more or less forced onto the policy-making agenda, technology revolutions in nanotechnology, semiconductors (e.g., lab-on-a-chip) and communications are facilitating sensor product development and implementation.

SCOPE OF STUDY

This BCC study focuses on key environmental sensor technologies and applications. It also provides data regarding the size and growth of numerous sensor markets, company profiles, and industry trends. Cutting edge developments, research priorities, and potential business opportunities are also examined.

This report covers:

  • The environmental sensor industry and its structure, and the many companies involved in providing these products.
  • Emerging growth areas, such as large-scale monitoring networks.
  • Development stage companies in which the most innovative technologies are originating.
  • Markets for environmental sensors, including passive, active, electromechanical and semiconductors.
  • Sensor applications in temperature sensing, moisture detection, and biological and chemical detection.
  • Company profiles, including overseas manufacturers.
  • Patent activity.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

With its broad scope and in-depth analyses, this study will prove to be a valuable resource for anyone involved with or interested in environmental sensors. It will be particularly useful for researchers; laboratory and government personnel working in research or company settings; and business professionals, such as marketing managers, strategic planners, forecasters, and new product and business developers who are involved with most aspects of the sensors industry. It also will be of value to potential investors and members of the general public who are interested in acquiring a business-oriented view of the use of sensors in environmental monitoring. The projections, forecasts and trend analyses found in this report provide readers with the necessary data and information for decision making.

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in the preparation of this study. The research methodology was both quantitative and qualitative in nature. Market data was derived from trade sources, self-reported data by companies, and government statistics covering the pollution control markets and the sensor and instrumentation markets. The most recent academic literature on environmental sensors was reviewed. Other key market information sources include sensor magazines and journals, books, trade literature, marketing literature, product and promotional literature, annual reports, security analyst reports and government publications. A patent search and analysis was conducted.

INFORMATION SOURCES

As is the case with most high-technology industries and economic sectors, data resources analyzing sensor technologies have become vast. There are numerous refereed journals devoted solely to sensor technology, not to mention environmental journals that report on larger systems issues or strategic and economic issues in environmental management. Data sources employed include government economic and output data; press releases on company websites that include application news, company news, marketing news and product news; brochures; product literature; sensor magazines; technical journals; technical books; marketing literature; promotional literature; annual reports; security analyst reports; and other sensor business digest publications. An extensive patent analysis was conducted to gauge technological innovation and to determine research activity as it applies to new product development.

ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS

Project Analyst Kevin Gainer is the former Managing Editor of the BCC journal Energy. He holds both B.A. and M.A. degrees in Quantitative Economic Analysis, as well as a minor in Environmental Science, and has 25 years of economics and market research experience, including nine years as an energy analyst at the American Electric Power Corporation. He is the author of five published books, as well as dozens of technical papers, analyses and studies published in conference proceedings and many unpublished within corporations. He has worked as a Project Analyst at BCC Research since 1995 and has authored many BCC technology market research reports.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

  • PRINCIPAL TRENDS
  • LARGE GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY
  • SCOPE OF STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • METHODOLOGY
  • INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY

  • MAJOR FINDINGS
  • KEY FINDINGS OF THIS STUDY
  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING BUSINESS BY MARKET CATEGORY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING BUSINESS BY MARKET CATEGORY, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW

  • TOTAL SENSORS BUSINESS
  • TABLE 1 GLOBAL MARKETS FOR SENSORS IN CONTEXT, KEY MARKET SEGMENTS, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS)
  • OVERALL ENVIRONMENT MARKET CONTEXT
  • TABLE 2 U.S. INDUSTRIES WITH THE LARGEST TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES, 2010 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 3 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND TESTING MARKET BY OPERATING COSTS EXCLUSIVE OF EQUIPMENT PURCHASES, 2010 ($ MILLIONS)
    • CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS
    • SENSOR MARKET CLASSIFICATION
    • TABLE 4 SENSOR CATEGORIES IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    • PHYSICAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 5 DOMINANT TECHNOLOGIES DEPLOYED FOR PHYSICAL SENSING
    • TABLE 6 NEW TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS FOR PHYSICAL SENSING
    • CHEMICAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES
    • BIOLOGICAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 7 PROMISING BIOLOGICAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES
  • ENVIRONMENTAL PRESSURES AS THE KEY DRIVING-FORCE VARIABLE UNDERPINNING THE GROWTH OF THE SENSORS BUSINESS
    • WATER RESOURCES
      • Intelligent Water Infrastructures Initiative
    • EARTH MOVEMENT - WIRELESS DETECTION OF LANDSLIDES
  • OTHER KEY MARKET TRENDS

CHAPTER 4 REGULATORY DRIVERS

  • OVERVIEW
  • GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING SPENDING TRENDS
  • TABLE 8 BUDGET TREND AT THE EPA, 2008-2013 ($ MILLIONS)
    • NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE SYSTEM
    • CLOUDS AND THE EARTH'S RADIANT ENERGY SYSTEM
  • EPA ENVIRONMENTAL STRICTURES
  • AIR MONITORING

CHAPTER 5 ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORKS

  • MARKET OVERVIEW
  • TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORKS
  • NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BIOSURVEILLANCE
    • WATER SECURITY INITIATIVE
    • BIOWATCH PROGRAM
    • BIOLOGICAL COMMON OPERATING PICTURE
    • HIGH-ALTITUDE DEVICES TO DETECT HEALTH THREATS FROM THE SKY
    • TABLE 9 FEDERAL SPENDING ON BIO-SURVEILLANCE NETWORKS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)
  • LARGE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING NETWORKS
    • PLANET LABS INC.
    • SKYBOX IMAGING INC.
    • REMOTE SATELLITE METHODOLOGY FOR EARLY WARNING OF CHOLERA EPIDEMICS
    • OCEAN OBSERVATORIES INITIATIVE
    • INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM
    • QUAKE CATCHER NETWORK
    • FOG WARNING SYSTEMS
    • PACHUBE NETWORKING
    • ARGO
    • FLUXNET
    • HIGH-PERFORMANCE WIRELESS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION NETWORK
    • ZEBRANET
    • AUTOMATED RADIO-TELEMETRY SYSTEM
    • EXTENSIBLE SENSING SYSTEM
    • NATIONAL ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NETWORK
    • GLOBAL LAKE ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATORY NETWORK
    • ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION MEASUREMENT CLIMATE RESEARCH FACILITY
    • DEFENSE WEATHER SATELLITE SYSTEM
    • DELAWARE ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVING SYSTEM
    • GLACSWEB PROJECT
    • TIDE STATION DATA-SHARING NETWORKS
    • SENSOR MANAGEMENT FOR APPLIED RESEARCH TECHNOLOGIES
    • INTEGRATED SENSOR WEB APPROACH FOR NATURAL HAZARD APPLICATIONS
    • CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE TO ACCESS ENVIRONMENTAL DATA IN RURAL AREAS
    • CITISENSE AIR-QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM
  • NTT DOCOMO, INC. ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR NETWORK BUSINESS
    • SIEMENS CORPORATE TECHNOLOGY URBAN FLOOD PROJECT
    • AGRICULTURE SENSOR NETWORK APPLICATIONS
      • SOIL MONITORING SYSTEMS
    • CITIZEN SCIENTISTS' NETWORKS
    • DYNAMIC LARGE-SCALE SENSOR NETWORKS
    • OTHER SENSOR NETWORKING INITIATIVES

CHAPTER 6 CATEGORIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS

  • OVERVIEW
  • ANALOG VERSUS DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS
  • TYPES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING
  • TABLE 10 ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING TYPES AND COMPANIES INVOLVED, 2013

CHAPTER 7 MARKET SEGMENTS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR BUSINESS

  • OVERVIEW
  • TABLE 11 SENSORS USEFUL IN ENVIRONMENTAL DETECTION AND MONITORING
  • SENSORS BY MODALITY
  • TABLE 12 SENSORS BY MODALITY AND RELATIVE COST
  • DISCUSSION OF PRINCIPAL TYPES
    • FLAME IONIZATION DETECTORS
    • IN SITU PERMEABLE FLOW SENSOR
    • LASER-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE
    • METAL OXIDE SEMICONDUCTOR SENSORS
    • PHOTO IONIZATION DETECTOR
    • RIBBON NAPL SAMPLER
    • CATALYTIC BEAD SENSORS
    • ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSORS
    • SURFACE GAMMA RADIATION DETECTION
      • Three-Dimensional GammaModeler
      • RadScan 600 Gamma-Ray Imaging System
      • In Situ Gamma Spectroscopy with an In Situ Object-Counting System
    • INFRARED SENSORS
    • LASER ACOUSTIC SENSOR
    • QUARTZ-ENHANCED PHOTOACOUSTIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
    • MICROWAVE RADIOMETER
    • VISIBLE SENSORS
    • ULTRAVIOLET SENSORS
    • RADAR
    • COMBINATION DEVICES
  • MARKET SALES BY TYPE
  • TABLE 13 GLOBAL SALES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS BY TYPE WITHIN MARKET CATEGORIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 8 INTERNATIONAL MARKETS

  • OVERVIEW
  • U.S. EXPORT POSITION
  • SOUTH KOREAN SENSOR INDUSTRY
    • MARKET DEMAND
    • TABLE 14 SENSOR MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA, 2010 ($ MILLIONS)
    • KEY SUPPLIERS
    • TABLE 15 KEY SENSOR SUPPLIERS IN THE SOUTH KOREAN MARKET
    • SOUTH KOREA'S UBIQUITOUS SENSING PROJECTS
      • Market Demand
    • MARKET ENTRY STRATEGIES
  • TAIWANANESE WIRELESS SENSORS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND CONTROL
    • MARKET DEMAND
    • SPECIFIC EXPORT PROSPECTS
      • Agriculture
      • Aquaculture
      • Green Building and Smart Building Technology
    • KEY SUPPLIERS
  • CHINESE MARKET FOR SENSORS AND MONITORING INSTRUMENTS
  • TABLE 16 IN-DEMAND WATER QUALITY MONITORING EQUIPMENT TYPES IN DEMAND IN CHINA
    • CHINESE GOVERNMENT'S ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY
    • MARKET DEMAND
    • GOVERNMENT'S ROLE IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING INITIATIVES
    • IMPORTS FROM THE U.S.
    • TABLE 17 PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN FOR WATER MONITORING AND SENSORS IMPORTED BY CHINA IN APPROXIMATE RANK, 2008
    • KEY SUPPLIERS TO CHINA'S MARKET
    • TABLE 18 PRINCIPAL FIRMS ACTIVE IN SELLING WATER QUALITY MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES IN CHINA
    • CATEGORIES OF PROSPECTIVE BUYERS
      • MEP
      • China National Environmental Monitoring Center
    • MARKET ISSUES AND OBSTACLES
      • Low-Quality Domestic Equipment
      • World Trade Organization
  • CANADA'S ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRY
  • TABLE 19 DISTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVENUES BY PROVINCE (%)
    • MARKET DEMAND
    • TABLE 20 CANADIAN MARKET FOR WATER FILTRATION AND SEWAGE EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING MONITORING EXPENDITURES, 2008-2011 ($ MILLIONS)
  • BELGIAN MARKET FOR AIR POLLUTION SENSORS AND MONITORING SYSTEMS 92
    • MARKET OVERVIEW
      • Brussels-Capital Region
      • Wallonia
      • Flanders
    • MARKET DEMAND AND TRENDS
      • Particulates
      • Indoor Air Quality
      • TABLE 21 MONITORING AND SENSOR EXPORT PROSPECTS FOR BELGIUM
    • COMPETITION AND MARKET ENTRY

CHAPTER 9 OTHER LARGE SEGMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING AND MONITORING BUSINESS

  • OVERVIEW
  • GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
  • GPS INFRASTRUCTURE
    • ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF GPS
    • OTHER GPS SYSTEMS
    • TABLE 22 GLOBAL MARKET DEMAND FOR ENVIRONMENT-RELATED APPLICATIONS OF GPS TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • RADON MONITORING AND TESTING MARKET
  • TABLE 23 GLOBAL MARKET DEMAND FOR RADON TESTING AND MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF REMOTE SENSING
    • SCOPE OF APPLICATION
    • RECENT TRENDS
    • PASSIVE VERSUS ACTIVE DATA COLLECTION
  • PRINCIPAL ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS OF REMOTE SENSING DATA
  • SENSING SYSTEMS BASED ON LARGE-SCALE RADAR SYSTEMS
  • SPACECRAFT AND THE GRAVITY RECOVERY AND CLIMATE EXPERIMENT
  • MARKET DEMAND
    • REMOTE SENSING SOFTWARE MARKET
    • MARKET LEADERS
    • TABLE 24 MARKET DEMAND FOR ENVIRONMENT-RELATED REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS)
  • GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES RELEVANT TO REMOTE SENSING
  • R&D FOCUS
  • TABLE 25 PRINCIPLE ADVANCES EXPECTED IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING ASPECTS OF REMOTE SENSING, 2014-2016
  • TABLE 26 TOP FORECASTED ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING APPLICATIONS FOR REMOTE SENSING

CHAPTER 10 TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

  • OVERVIEW
  • MAJOR TRENDS
  • CYBERINFRASTRUCTURE
  • TABLE 27 NEW SENSOR PRODUCT TECHNOLOGIES AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
  • NANOTECHNOLOGY
  • TABLE 28 ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (PRODUCT AND R &D) ATTRIBUTABLE TO NEW ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • CURRENTLY FUNDED SENSOR R&D AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  • TABLE 29 EXAMPLES OF LARGE SENSOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS, FUNDING AS OF JANUARY, 2014
  • NOTABLE PRODUCT AND TECHNOLOGY FOCUSES
    • ZEOLITES
    • DISTRIBUTED ACOUSTIC SENSING
    • DISPOSABLE, MASS-PRODUCIBLE, NANOPHOTONIC SENSOR CHIPS
    • CITIZEN'S DOSIMETER
    • PLASMONIC SENSORS
    • FIELD ASYMMETRIC ION MOBILITY SPECTROSCOPY
    • GAS SENSORS FROM SILICON CARBIDE
    • MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED POLYMERS
    • REAL-TIME MONITORING APPROACHES
    • HEWLETT-PACKARD CENSE INITIATIVE
    • MAGNETOSTRICTIVE BIOSENSORS
    • NANOSENSORS
    • CARBON NANOTUBE SENSORS
    • NANOWIRES AS INEXPENSIVE SENSORS
    • SENSORS FOR HEAVY METAL DETECTION
    • DIODE LASER-BASED SENSORS
    • MILLIHERTZ/TERAHERTZ SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
    • PRINTED AND ORGANIC SENSORS
    • LAB-ON-A-CHIP CONCEPTS
    • WATER VAPOR DETECTION
    • LOW-VOLTAGE CHIPS
    • BIOSENSORS
      • Biosensor Applications in the Field
    • WIND MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS 1
    • DEVELOPMENTS IN AQUATIC SENSING SYSTEMS
    • SYSTEMS AND NETWORKING APPROACHES
      • Cisco/NASA Sensor Networking Project
    • MASS SPECTROMETRY-BASED DEVICES
    • ACOUSTIC WAVE SENSORS
      • Temperature Sensors
      • Mass Sensors
      • Dew Point and Humidity Sensors
      • Vapor Chemical Sensors: Coated and Uncoated
    • MICRO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS SENSORS
    • RADIOISOTOPE SENSORS
    • VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND SENSORS
    • ADVANCED SENSOR COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES
    • ADAPTATION OF SPACE PROGRAM SENSORS FOR TERRESTRIAL USE
    • DISTRIBUTED SENSING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ROAD CONDITIONS

CHAPTER 11 ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

  • OVERVIEW
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NANOSENSOR MARKET PROSPECTS
    • NANOWIRES
  • PRINCIPAL NANOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INITIATIVES INVOLVING SENSING TECHNOLOGIES OR DEVICES FOR POLLUTANT AND MICROBIAL DETECTION
    • NANOGENERATORS
    • HYDROGELS
    • NANOSENSOR FOR THE DETECTION OF SAXITOXIN
    • CONDUCTING POLYMER NANOWIRE IMMUNOSENSOR ARRAYS FOR MICROBIAL PATHOGENS
    • COMPOUND-SPECIFIC IMPRINTED NANOSPHERES FOR OPTICAL SENSING
    • NANOMATERIAL-BASED MICROCHIP ASSAYS FOR CONTINUOUS ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    • M-INTEGRATED SENSING SYSTEM BY CONTROLLED ASSEMBLY OF CARBON NANOTUBES ON MEMS STRUCTURES
    • LOW-COST ORGANIC GAS SENSORS ON PLASTIC FOR DISTRIBUTED ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
    • SILICON OLFACTORY BULB: A NEUROMORPHIC APPROACH TO MOLECULAR SENSING WITH CHEMORECEPTIVE NEURON MOS TRANSISTORS
    • METAL BIOSENSORS: DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
    • ADVANCED NANOSENSORS FOR CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF HEAVY METALS
    • NANOSENSORS FOR DETECTION OF AQUATIC TOXINS
    • ULTRASENSITIVE PATHOGEN QUANTIFICATION IN DRINKING WATER USING HIGHLY PIEZOELECTRIC PMN-PT MICROCANTILEVERS
    • NANOCONTACT SENSOR FOR HEAVY METAL ION DETECTION
    • NANOSTRUCTURED POROUS SILICON AND LUMINESCENT POLYSILOLES AS CHEMICAL SENSORS FOR CARCINOGENIC CHROMIUM (VI) AND ARSENIC (V)
  • MICROFLUIDICS
    • DOLOMITE
    • SANDIA PULSED-DISCHARGE IONIZATION DETECTOR
    • MICROFLUIDICS-BASED LEAD DETECTOR
    • MICROFLUIDIC WATER SENSOR

CHAPTER 12 PATENT ANALYSIS

  • TABLE 30 DISTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR PATENTS BY CATEGORY OF ASSIGNEE, 2009-2013 (%)
  • SAMPLE PATENTS FROM THE U.S. PATENT DATABASE
    • METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING TEMPERATURE OF AN ACOUSTIC TRANSDUCER
      • Abstract
    • ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING SYSTEM AND METHOD WITH A PREFILTER
      • Abstract
    • WIRELESS SENSOR SYSTEM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
      • Abstract
    • MULTIPARAMETER SYSTEM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
      • Abstract
    • METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND BIOPROSPECTING
      • Abstract
    • LASER AND ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING METHOD
      • Abstract
    • ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING USING MOBILE DEVICES AND NETWORK INFORMATION SERVER
      • Abstract
    • APPARATUS FOR COLLECTING ENVIRONMENTAL DATA AND METHOD OF MONITORING ENVIRONMENT IN REAL TIME
      • Abstract
    • ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR, PARTICLE COUNTING SYSTEM HAVING AN ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR, AND METHODS OF OPERATING THE SAME
      • Abstract
    • OPTICAL INTEGRATED NANOSPECTROMETER
      • Abstract
    • SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MONITORING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
      • Abstract
    • METHOD FOR INTERNET-WORKED HYBRID WIRELESS INTEGRATED NETWORK SENSORS
      • Abstract 176
    • WIRELESS SENSOR AND SYSTEM THAT DETERMINES EXPOSURE TO AN ENVIROMENTAL ELEMENT BASED ON LOCAL CONDITIONS
      • Abstract
    • APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MEASURING AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION
      • Abstract
    • WIRELESS SENSOR PROBE
      • Abstract
    • MAGNETOSTRICTIVE LIGAND SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • MEASURING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MEASURING AT LEAST ONE ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETER
      • Abstract
    • ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR INCLUDING A BAFFLE
      • Abstract
    • CHARGED CARBON NANOTUBES FOR USE AS SENSORS
      • Abstract
    • ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR, PARTICLE COUNTING SYSTEM HAVING AN ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR, AND METHODS OF OPERATING THE SAME
      • Abstract
    • LONG-RANGE, BATTERY POWERED, WIRELESS ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR INTERFACE DEVICES
      • Abstract
    • SMART FAIMS SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • SIMPLE FIBER OPTIC SEISMOMETER FOR HARSH ENVIRONMENTS
      • Abstract
    • SENSOR AND TRANSMISSION CONTROL CIRCUIT IN ADAPTIVE INTERFACE PACKAGE
      • Abstract 182
    • SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR REMOTE, FREE-SPACE OPTICAL DETECTION OF POTENTIAL THREAT AGENT
      • Abstract
    • FLUID MOTION AND COMPOSITION ANALYSIS DEVICE AND METHOD
      • Abstract
    • SENSOR APPARATUS
      • Abstract
    • DUAL-CAVITY DISPLACEMENT SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BIOLOGICAL AGENTS USING BRAGG FILTERS
      • Abstract
    • TRUSTED MONITORING SYSTEM AND METHOD
      • Abstract
    • ELECTROCHEMICAL GAS SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • CORRECTION OF HUMIDITY MEASUREMENT RESULTS OF A RADIOSONDE
      • Abstract
    • SYSTEM AND METHOD TO RECORD ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION ON AN RFID TAG
      • Abstract
    • SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR EFFICIENT AND COLLECTIVE ADJUSTMENT OF SENSOR REPORTING RANGES FOR LONG-LIVED QUERIES
      • Abstract
    • PHOTOLUMINESCENT POLYMETALLOLES AS CHEMICAL SENSORS
      • Abstract
    • SENSING AND ANALYSIS SYSTEM, NETWORK, AND METHOD
      • Abstract
    • IONIZATION-BASED DETECTION
      • Abstract
    • NANO-MECHANIC MICROSENSORS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING TARGET ANALYTES
      • Abstract
    • MICROSCOPIC BATTERIES FOR MEMS SYSTEMS
      • Abstract
    • MEMS-BASED CONDUCTIVITY-TEMPERATURE-DEPTH SENSOR FOR HARSH OCEANIC ENVIRONMENT
      • Abstract
    • METHOD AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATING APPARATUS FOR ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENT
      • Abstract
    • SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING POLLUTION INFORMATION OVER AN INTEGRATED WIRELESS NETWORK
      • Abstract
    • METHOD OF AND DEVICE FOR DETECTING OIL POLLUTION ON WATER SURFACES
      • Abstract
    • GAN-BASED SENSOR NODES FOR IN SITU DETECTION OF GASES
      • Abstract
    • EMBEDDED PIEZOELECTRIC MICROCANTILEVER SENSORS
      • Abstract
    • MONITORING AN ENVIRONMENT USING A RFID ASSEMBLY
      • Abstract
    • ANALYZER
      • Abstract
    • LASER REMOTE SENSING OF BACKSCATTERED LIGHT FROM A TARGET SAMPLE
      • Abstract
    • METHOD FOR SELECTING REPRESENTATIVE ENDMEMBER COMPONENTS FROM SPECTRAL DATA
      • Abstract
    • METHOD FOR INTELLIGENT PARKING/POLLUTION AND SURVEILLANCE CONTROL SYSTEM
      • Abstract
    • IONIZATION SOURCE FOR MASS SPECTROMETER
      • Abstract
    • INTEGRATED NANOTUBE SENSOR
      • Abstract
    • NETWORK OF SENSOR NODES ASSEMBLIES AND METHOD OF REMOTE SENSING WITHIN LIQUID ENVIRONMENTS
      • Abstract
    • INTERSUBBAND SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS WITH ENHANCED SUBBAND DEPOPULATION RATE
      • Abstract
    • SURFACE-PLASMON-RESONANCE SENSING TECHNIQUE USING ELECTRO-OPTIC MODULATION
      • Abstract
    • METHOD FOR COLLECTING AND PROCESSING DATA USING INTERNETWORKED WIRELESS INTEGRATED NETWORK SENSORS (WINS)
      • Abstract

CHAPTER 13 COMPANY PROFILES

  • ACREO AB
  • AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES
  • AIRMAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
  • AIRTEST TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • ALLEGRO MICROSYSTEMS
  • ALERTEK, LLC
  • AMERICAN SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • ANALOG DEVICES, INC.
  • APPLIEDSENSOR, INC.
  • AUTOMATA INC. 202
  • BALL AEROSPACE AND TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
  • CASELLA MEASUREMENT, LTD.
  • CHELSEA TECHNOLOGIES GROUP, LTD.
  • CIRRUS LOGIC INC.
  • COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.
  • CODAR OCEAN SENSORS
  • CROSSBOW TECHNOLOGY, INC.
  • CYMBET CORPORATION
  • CYRANO SCIENCES INC. (A DIVISION OF SMITHS DETECTION)
  • DOLOMITE MICROFLUIDICS
  • DUST NETWORKS INC.
  • ELECTRONIC SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
  • ENDEVCO
  • ENSCO
  • ENVIROMON.NET (A DIVISION OF NETMON)
  • EPCOS AG
  • ESI ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS INC.
  • FLUID COMPONENTS, INTL.
  • FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR, INC.
  • GENEFLUIDICS
  • GILL INSTRUMENTS, LTD.
  • HEWLETT-PACKARD
  • HJ SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY INC.
  • HONEYWELL SENSING AND CONTROL
  • INFICON
  • INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
  • INTEGRATED SENSING SYSTEMS INC.
  • INTERNATIONAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
  • INTERSIL CORPORATION
  • IROBOT
  • JEWEL INSTRUMENTS
  • KESTREL CORPORATION
  • LANDAUER
  • LINEAR TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION
  • LIQUID ROBOTICS INC.
  • LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY
  • LUMASENSE TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • MATRIX SENSORS INC.
  • MAXBOTIX, INC.
  • MAXIM INTEGRATED PRODUCTS INC.
  • MEASUREMENT SPECIALTIES INC.
  • MERIDIAN ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY INC.
  • MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY INC.
  • MURATA AMERICAS
  • NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY
  • NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CORPORATION
  • NEXTECH MATERIALS LTD.
  • NXP SEMICONDUCTORS N.V.
  • OCEAN SENSORS INC.
  • OCEANA SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
  • ONSET COMPUTER
  • OPTICAL SCIENTIFIC INC.
  • PACIFIC CREST CORPORATION
  • PALL CORPORATION
  • POTOMAC PHOTONICS
  • PRECISION MEASUREMENT ENGINEERING INC.
  • QUANTITECH, LTD.
  • RENAISSANCE COMPUTING INSTITUTE
  • SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES
  • SATLANTIC INC.
  • SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • SENSIRION AG
  • SENSOR PRODUCTS INC.
  • SENSORS INC.
  • SENSORWARE SYSTEMS INC.
  • SENTILLA
  • SIEMENS AG
  • SIERRA MONITOR CORPORATION
  • SIERRA SENSORS GMBH
  • SMART SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY & COMMERCIALIZATION CENTER (STC)
  • STANFORD RESEARCH SYSTEMS INC.
  • STMICROELECTRONICS
  • SUTRON CORPORATION
  • TRANZEO WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • TRONICS
  • VAISALA INC.
  • WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
  • WORLDSENSING
  • XENSOR INTEGRATION BV
  • XIVELY
  • YSI INC.
  • ZIGBEE ALLIANCE
  • OTHER SENSOR INDUSTRY ORGANIZATIONS
    • CENTER FOR EMBEDDED NETWORKED SENSING UCLA
    • SENSOR HUB NET
    • CHINA NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING CENTER
    • CHINESE ASSOCIATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION INDUSTRY

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING BUSINESS BY MARKET CATEGORY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 1 GLOBAL MARKETS FOR SENSORS IN CONTEXT, KEY MARKET SEGMENTS, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 2 U.S. INDUSTRIES WITH THE LARGEST TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES, 2010 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 3 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND TESTING MARKET BY OPERATING COSTS EXCLUSIVE OF EQUIPMENT PURCHASES, 2010 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 4 SENSOR CATEGORIES IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
  • TABLE 5 DOMINANT TECHNOLOGIES DEPLOYED FOR PHYSICAL SENSING
  • TABLE 6 NEW TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS FOR PHYSICAL SENSING
  • TABLE 7 PROMISING BIOLOGICAL SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES
  • TABLE 8 BUDGET TREND AT THE EPA, 2008-2013 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 9 FEDERAL SPENDING ON BIO-SURVEILLANCE NETWORKS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 10 ENVIRONMENTAL SENSING TYPES AND COMPANIES INVOLVED, 2013
  • TABLE 11 SENSORS USEFUL IN ENVIRONMENTAL DETECTION AND MONITORING
  • TABLE 12 SENSORS BY MODALITY AND RELATIVE COST
  • TABLE 13 GLOBAL SALES OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSORS BY TYPE WITHIN MARKET CATEGORIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 14 SENSOR MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA, 2010 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 15 KEY SENSOR SUPPLIERS IN THE SOUTH KOREAN MARKET
  • TABLE 16 IN-DEMAND WATER QUALITY MONITORING EQUIPMENT TYPES IN DEMAND IN CHINA
  • TABLE 17 PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN FOR WATER MONITORING AND SENSORS IMPORTED BY CHINA IN APPROXIMATE RANK, 2008
  • TABLE 18 PRINCIPAL FIRMS ACTIVE IN SELLING WATER QUALITY MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES IN CHINA
  • TABLE 19 DISTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVENUES BY PROVINCE (%)
  • TABLE 20 CANADIAN MARKET FOR WATER FILTRATION AND SEWAGE EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING MONITORING EXPENDITURES, 2008-2011 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 21 MONITORING AND SENSOR EXPORT PROSPECTS FOR BELGIUM
  • TABLE 22 GLOBAL MARKET DEMAND FOR ENVIRONMENT-RELATED APPLICATIONS OF GPS TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 23 GLOBAL MARKET DEMAND FOR RADON TESTING AND MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 24 MARKET DEMAND FOR ENVIRONMENT-RELATED REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ BILLIONS)
  • TABLE 25 PRINCIPLE ADVANCES EXPECTED IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING ASPECTS OF REMOTE SENSING, 2014-2016
  • TABLE 26 TOP FORECASTED ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING APPLICATIONS FOR REMOTE SENSING
  • TABLE 27 NEW SENSOR PRODUCT TECHNOLOGIES AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
  • TABLE 28 ECONOMIC ACTIVITY (PRODUCT AND R &D) ATTRIBUTABLE TO NEW ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • TABLE 29 EXAMPLES OF LARGE SENSOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS, FUNDING AS OF JANUARY, 2014
  • TABLE 30 DISTRIBUTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR PATENTS BY CATEGORY OF ASSIGNEE, 2009-2013 (%)

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR AND MONITORING BUSINESS BY MARKET CATEGORY, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
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