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Research and Markets: High Speed Camera Market Report 2014-2020 - Usage, Component, Accessory, Application & Geography Analysis

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vr3fk7/high_speed_camera) has announced the addition of the "High Speed Camera Market by Usage, Component, Accessory, Application & Geography - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2014 - 2020" report to their offering.

The global high speed camera revenue market is expected to grow from $200.27 million that it accounts for, currently, in 2014 to $274.46 million in 2018 at a CAGR of 5.39%.

Similarly the volumes are estimated to grow from 4339 units that they account for, currently, in 2014 to 7312 units in 2020. This growth is heralded by the growing industrial applications market for high speed camera market.

Strategic focus areas for key players would be technology innovations and new product developments rather than existing product development; as striving for product differentiation would boost a player ahead in the race, in the current scenario. Focus on industry relations with OEM giants, pure technology solution providers, and image sensor providers are key to survival in the high speed camera ecosystem.

The term High speed Camera Market, and its statistics wherever mentioned refers to the markets for end-products and the components market of high speed cameras across the ten major application verticals - automotive & transportation, food and beverages, consumer electronics, entertainment and media, sports, healthcare, industrial manufacturing, research design and testing, paper & printing; and military, defense & aerospace.

Some of the major players in this market include Vision Research, Inc. (U.S.), Photron LTD (U.S.), Olympus Corporation (Japan), Mikrotron GmbH (Germany), NAC Image Technology (U.S), Del Imaging Systems LLC (U.S), and Motion capture Technologies (U.S).

Three major aspects of the complete market are covered in this report. They are: market analysis, market classification, and market landscape.

The market overview' and industry analysis', along with the market dynamics' and additional qualitative analysis' account for the Market Analysis. Market Classification encompasses segmentation & sub-segmentation of the market by usage, component, accessory, frame rate, application, and geography. Lastly, the current market landscape is covered with the detailed competitive landscape and company profiles of all the key players across the ecosystem.

Report Scope

  • Usage
  • Component (Image Sensors, Lens, Memory Systems, Image Processors and others)
  • Accessory
  • Application (Automotive, Military, Defense & Aerospace, Research, Design & testing and others)

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Cover Story: Photron Usa, Inc.

4 High Speed Camera Market Overview

5 Industry Analysis

6 Market Analysis

7 Market By Usage

8 Market By Components

9 Market By Frame Rates

10 Market By Accessories

11 Market By Applications

12 Market By Geography

13 Competitive Landscape

14 Company Profiles

  • 20/20 Hindsight(Monitoring Technologies Llc)
  • Aos Technologies Ag
  • Del Imaging Systems, Llc
  • Fastec Imaging Corporation
  • Integrated Design Tools
  • Mikrotron Gmbh
  • Motion Capture Technologies
  • Motion Engineering Company
  • Nac Image Technology Inc.
  • Olympus Corporation
  • Optronis Gmbh
  • Pco Ag
  • Photron USA, Inc.
  • Vision Research Inc. (Ametek Inc)
  • Weiscamm

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vr3fk7/high_speed_camera

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