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イメージセンサーの破壊的技術:10ヵ年市場予測

Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Image Sensors

発行 Smithers Apex 商品コード 248112
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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イメージセンサーの破壊的技術:10ヵ年市場予測 Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Image Sensors
出版日: 2012年05月31日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、今後10年に渡って世界のイメージセンサーおよびビジョンシステム市場に影響を及ぼすと考えられる破壊的技術について調査分析し、デジタルイメージングとビジョンシステムのバリューチェーン、25タイプの主要な破壊的技術の概要、イメージセンサーおよびビジョンシステム市場への現在及び未来における影響力の分析などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

イントロダクション・調査手法

デジタルイメージングとビジョンシステムのバリューチェーン

  • CCDセンサー
    • CMOSセンサー
    • FLIR
    • LIDAR/ LADAR
    • ToFカメラ
  • 産業バリューチェーン
  • 現在のハイテク市場の成長の理由と経緯

材料

  • 原子レベルのデータストレージ

製造機器・製造プロセス

  • ナノパッケージング
    • ナノスケールパッケージ
    • ナノスケール受動素子
    • ナノインターコネクション
    • ナノスケールサーマル材料・インターフェース
    • ナノバッテリー
  • マスクレスリソグラフィ
  • 自己整合型ミニチュア光学システム用リソグラフィ
  • 3Dチップ集積
  • ナノスケール回路

ビジョンセンサーモジュール

  • コグニティブチップ
  • コグニティブビジョン
  • 有機CMOSイメージセンサー

プラットフォームレベルシステム

  • コンピューテーショナルカメラ
  • イメージフュージョン
  • ロボット視覚誘導
  • 視覚補綴
  • 自動車用カメラ・ナイトビジョン

メタシステム

  • ロボットオートメーション・自律型モバイルロボティクス
  • インテリジェントサーベイランス
  • 大型データストレージシステム
  • 光学コンピューティング
  • テラビット光通信
  • 無線センサーネットワーク(WSN)
  • クラウドコンピューティング
  • インターネットの影響
  • ロボットテレプレゼンス
  • ロボットスウォーミング
  • 携帯電話による医用画像

サマリー・見通し

図表

目次

Abstract

REPORT SUMMARY

IntertechPira's brand new report identifies and profiles the top-25 disruptive technologies that are expected to impact the global image sensor and vision systems industries over the next ten years to 2022. Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Image Sensors will help you to understand and incorporate the effects of the top-25 disruptive technologies on the industry and your business. With transition tables and analysis for each technology, exclusive analysis and ten-year forecasts detailing current and emerging trends, this report is the essential planning and strategy tool.

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METHODOLOGY

This brand new report is the result of comprehensive primary research, incorporating interviews with a panel of experts (representing a mix of perspectives), and secondary research (conference and market reports, news items, company websites, etc.). The expert responses were tabulated and ranked to form the overall top-25 technologies. Technology transition tables for each of the top 25 were created to provide a more detailed description of each item. The report provides a unique depth of information and analysis on the drivers and trends affecting each technology, and forecasts technology developments in 2017 and 2022.

FIND OUT ABOUT

  • The top-25 disruptive technologies in global image sensor and vision systems industries over the next ten years to 2022
  • Key information on the value chain, processes and meta systems that are integral to the technology developments
  • Key technologies that will dominate the market until 2022, in easy to read technology tables

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORTBENEFIT YOU ?

  • Get to grips with developments in the digital imaging and vision systems industries and what they mean for your business
  • Find out about major technology developments and the opportunities they afford
  • Use exclusive data and expert analysis to ensure you and your business are kept up to date

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Solid-state image sensor device and processor manufacturers
  • Vision sensor module, system and optics suppliers
  • Consumer, industrial and military imaging technology planners
  • Robotics and camera, medical and security vision specialists
  • Business planners, investors and analysts

WHAT'S INCLU DED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report couriered (see order form for postage costs) to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

What's Inside

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  • Statistics and data to illustrate the future of disruptive technologies for digital imaging and vision systems
  • Analysis of the key technologies shaping the future of the industries to 2022
  • Strategic forecasts to inform your business planning


Table of Contents

Executive summary

Introduction and methodology

  • Introduction
  • Scope and key definitions
  • Methodology

Digital imaging and vision systems value chain

  • Charge coupled device (CCD) sensors
    • CMOS sensors
    • Forward-looking infrared (FLIR)
    • Laser intensity detection and ranging / Laser detection and ranging (LIDAR/ LADAR)
    • Time of flight (ToF) camera
  • Industry value chain
  • How and why modern high-tech markets develop as they do

Materials

  • Atomic-level data storage

Manufacturing equipment and manufacturing processes

  • Nano packaging
    • Nanoscale packages
    • Nanoscale passives
    • Nanointerconnections
    • Nanoscale thermal materials and interfaces
    • Nanobatteries
  • Maskless lithography
  • Lithography for self-aligning miniature optical systems
  • 3-D chip integration
  • Nanoscale circuits

Vision sensor modules

  • Cognitive chips
  • Cognitive vision
  • Organic CMOS image sensor

Platform level systems

  • Computational cameras
    • Computational cameras and the essential third dimension
    • Video content analysis for intelligent visual surveillance
  • Image fusion
  • Robotic visual navigation
    • Visual SLAM robot navigation
  • Visual prostheses
  • Automotive cameras and night vision

Meta systems

  • Robotic automation and autonomous mobile robotics
  • Intelligent surveillance
  • Massive data storage systems
  • Optical computing
  • Terabit optical communications
  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN)
  • Cloud computing
  • Internet impacts
  • Robotic telepresence
  • Robotic swarming
  • Cell phone medical imaging

Summary and outlook

Tables and figures

  • Digital vision and imaging systems value chain
  • Value chain distribution of the top-25 disruptive technologies
  • Atomic-level data storage: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Nano packaging: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Maskless lithography: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Lithography for self-aligning miniature optical systems: technology transition, 2012-22
  • 3-D chip integration: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Nanoscale circuits: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Cognitive chips: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Cognitive vision: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Organic CMOS image sensor: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Computational cameras: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Image fusion: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Robotic visual navigation: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Visual prostheses: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Automotive cameras and night vision: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Robotic automation and autonomous mobile robotics: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Intelligent surveillance: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Massive data storage systems: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Optical computing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Terabit optical communications: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Wireless sensor networks (WSN): technology transition, 2012-22
  • Cloud computing: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Internet impacts: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Robotic telepresence: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Robotic swarming: technology transition, 2012-22
  • Cell phone medical imaging: technology transition, 2012-22
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