- July 27, 2020
- Category: Aerospace and Defense, Security and Surveillance
Global Shock Sensors Market Size study, by Type (Piezoelectric, Piezoresistive and Strain Gage), Material (Tourmaline, Quartz and Salts), Market (Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial and Consumer Electronics) and Regional Forecasts 2021-2027
Chapter 1.Executive Summary 1.1. Market Snapshot 1.2. Global & Segmental Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.1. Shock Sensor Market, by Region, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.2. Shock Sensor Market, by Type, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.3. Shock Sensor Market, by Material, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.2.4. Shock Sensor Market, by End-Use, 2019-2027 (USD Billion) 1.3. Key Trends 1.4. Estimation Methodology 1.5. Research Assumption Chapter 2. Global Shock Sensor Market Definition and Scope 2.1. Objective of the Study 2.2. Market Definition & Scope 2.2.1. Scope of the Study 2.2.2. Industry Evolution 2.3. Years Considered for the Study 2.4. Currency Conversion Rates Chapter 3. Global Shock Sensor Market Dynamics 3.1. Shock Sensor Market Impact Analysis (2019-2027) 3.1.1. Market Drivers 184.108.40.206. Increase in demand from electronics and automobile Industry 220.127.116.11. Rise of residential and government projects using sensors 3.1.2. Market Challenges 18.104.22.168. Designing and deployment issues 3.1.3. Market Opportunities 22.214.171.124. Innovation in product offering by companies Chapter 4. Global Shock Sensor Market Industry Analysis 4.1. Porter’s 5 Force Model 4.1.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 4.1.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 4.1.3. Threat of New Entrants 4.1.4. Threat of Substitutes 4.1.5. Competitive Rivalry 4.1.6. Futuristic Approach to Porter’s 5 Force Model (2018-2027) 4.2. PEST Analysis 4.2.1. Political 4.2.2. Economical 4.2.3. Social 4.2.4. Technological 4.3. Investment Adoption Model 4.4. Analyst Recommendation & Conclusion Chapter 5. Global Shock Sensor Market, by Type 5.1. Market Snapshot 5.2. Global Shock Sensor Market by Type, Performance - Potential Analysis 5.3. Global Shock Sensor Market Estimates & Forecasts by Type 2018-2027 (USD Billion) 5.4. Shock Sensor Market, Sub Segment Analysis 5.4.1. Piezoelectric 5.4.2. Piezoresistive 5.4.3. Strain Gage 5.4.4. Others Chapter 6. Global Shock Sensor Market, by Material 6.1. Market Snapshot 6.2. Global Shock Sensor Market by Material, Performance - Potential Analysis 6.3. Global Shock Sensor Market Estimates & Forecasts by Material 2018-2027 (USD Billion) 6.4. Shock Sensor Market, Sub Segment Analysis 6.4.1. Tourmaline 6.4.2. Quartz 6.4.3. Salts Chapter 7. Global Shock Sensor Market, by End-Use 7.1. Market Snapshot 7.2. Global Shock Sensor Market by End-Use, Performance - Potential Analysis 7.3. Global Shock Sensor Market Estimates & Forecasts by End-Use 2018-2027 (USD Billion) 7.4. Shock Sensor Market, Sub Segment Analysis 7.4.1. Automotive 7.4.2. Aerospace 7.4.3. Industrial 7.4.4. Consumer Electronics 7.4.5. Others Chapter 8. Global Shock Sensor Market, Regional Analysis 8.1. Shock Sensor Market, Regional Market Snapshot 8.2. North America Shock Sensor Market 8.2.1. U.S. Shock Sensor Market 126.96.36.199. Type breakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 188.8.131.52. Material Type breakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 184.108.40.206. End-Use breakdown estimates & forecasts, 2018-2027 8.2.2. Canada Shock Sensor Market 8.3. Europe Shock Sensor Market Snapshot 8.3.1. U.K. Shock Sensor Market 8.3.2. Germany Shock Sensor Market 8.3.3. France Shock Sensor Market 8.3.4. Spain Shock Sensor Market 8.3.5. Italy Shock Sensor Market 8.3.6. Rest of Europe Shock Sensor Market 8.4. Asia-Pacific Shock Sensor Market Snapshot 8.4.1. China Shock Sensor Market 8.4.2. India Shock Sensor Market 8.4.3. Japan Shock Sensor Market 8.4.4. Australia Shock Sensor Market 8.4.5. South Korea Shock Sensor Market 8.4.6. Rest of Asia Pacific Shock Sensor Market 8.5. Latin America Shock Sensor Market Snapshot 8.5.1. Brazil Shock Sensor Market 8.5.2. Mexico Shock Sensor Market 8.6. Rest of The World Shock Sensor Market Chapter 9. Competitive Intelligence 9.1. Top Market Strategies 9.2. Company Profiles 9.2.1. TE Connectivity 220.127.116.11. Key Information 18.104.22.168. Overview 22.214.171.124. Financial (Subject to Data Availability) 126.96.36.199. Product Summary 188.8.131.52. Recent Developments 9.2.2. PCB Piezotronics 9.2.3. Honeywell International Inc. 9.2.4. Dytran Instruments, Inc. 9.2.5. Murata Manufacturing 9.2.6. Mobitron AB 9.2.7. Meggitt SA 9.2.8. SpotSee 9.2.9. IMI Sensors 9.2.10. SignalQuest, Inc. Chapter 10. Research Process 10.1. Research Process 10.1.1. Data Mining 10.1.2. Analysis 10.1.3. Market Estimation 10.1.4. Validation 10.1.5. Publishing 10.2. Research Attributes 10.3. Research Assumption
Global Shock Sensors Market is valued approximately USD 799.03 million in 2020 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 17% over the forecast period 2021-2027.
Shock sensors are the type of sensors which detect vibration or impact applied externally on them and produce an electrical signal. These electric signals can be used to produce any action such as raising alarms, sending message to server etc. These sensors are widely used in automotive, electronics, heavy machinery and other industries. The growing usage in electronics and automobile industries, rapid growth of end-use industries like Retail and Defence and everyday use in residential as well as government projects are some of the factors driving the sales of Shock Sensors. With automobile sector rising, by heading towards electric mobility with year-on-year steady growth, it is expected that the sales of shock sensors will be significantly affected by growth of EV automobile industry. According to International Labor organization, global EV sales exceeded 5.1 million units in, increasing by 2 million units from 2017, while in Europe and the United States, sales increased by 385,000 and 361,000 EVs, respectively in 2017-18. At the same time in 2018, China retailed nearly 1.1 million EVs and had 2.3 million active electronic vehicles, making it the largest EV market in the world. The design and deployment challenges for harsh, rigid or fragile environments may act as a restraint for its growth, but increasing innovation in shock sensors arena, with the companies introducing them as “Product as a service”, will act as an opportunity for it in the next decade.
The regional analysis of global Shock Sensors Market is considered for the key regions such as Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America and Rest of the World. Due to high demand in various end-use sectors like automobile, aerospace and electronics, North America is the significant region across the world in terms of market share. But, Asia-Pacific is also anticipated to exhibit highest growth rate for the next decade owing to the growing population and income in the region and thus growing needs for electronics, automobiles, smart home equipment and retail logistics.
Major market player included in this report are:
Honeywell International Inc.
Dytran Instruments, Inc.
The objective of the study is to define market sizes of different segments & countries in recent years and to forecast the values to the coming eight years. The report is designed to incorporate both qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry within each of the regions and countries involved in the study. Furthermore, the report also caters the detailed information about the crucial aspects such as driving factors & challenges which will define the future growth of the market. Additionally, the report shall also incorporate available opportunities in micro markets for stakeholders to invest along with the detailed analysis of competitive landscape and product offerings of key players. The detailed segments and sub-segment of the market are explained below:
Rest of the World
Furthermore, years considered for the study are as follows:
Historical year – 2018, 2019
Base year – 2020
Forecast period – 2021 to 2027
Target Audience of the Global Shock Sensors Market in Market Study:
Key Consulting Companies & Advisors
Large, medium-sized, and small enterprises
Value-Added Resellers (VARs)
Third-party knowledge providers