Analysis of the Industrial X-ray Detectors and Sources Market
This research study features an overview of the industrial X-ray detectors and sources market. The study provides top-level revenues, revenue forecasts, and regional revenue forecasts. The market is segmented into detectors and sources; unit shipments, revenue, market share, and pricing trends for products including amorphous silicon (a-Si) and complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) detectors, and minifocus, microfocus, and nanofocus tubes. The study period is 2011-2018; the base year is 2013.
In 2012, Frost & Sullivan conducted extensive research on the global industrial digital x-ray systems market. As a follow-up to that study, this market insight will aim to identify key market dynamics and trends across the two most critical components of an x-ray inspection system: the detector and the source.
With increased adoption of digital systems due to enhanced operator safety, radiography is one of the fastest-growing technology segments in the non-destructive testing (NDT) industry, which generates opportunities for industrial x-ray detectors and sources.
Industrial X-ray detectors and sources are used in automotive, aerospace and defense, power generation, and other applications.
Both detectors and sources come in a variety of form factors; each form has its own advantages and disadvantages. The deciding factor in purchasing detectors and sources is the capacity to inspect the most critical component parameters.
The study focuses on the above; end users do not include those in the medical or semiconductor industries.
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