The competition prevailing in the global biochemical sensor market is considerably high. As leading companies fight out for the lead in the market, product innovations and launches are on cards. Besides this, investments in research and development have scaled higher as market players aim for emerging at the fore. In order to boost operations, several players are concentrating on expanding their regional footprint, especially in Asia Pacific.
Biochemical sensors are mostly used in clinical trials and in the diagnosis of chronic ailments. Besides this, government initiatives encourage their use in agriculture. Considering this, the rising population will fuel the demand for food products thus giving impetus to the biochemical sensor market.
Furthermore, the rising aging population and the increasing incidence of chronic ailments will boost the demand for precise diagnosis, thereby giving impetus to the global biochemical sensor market. The global biochemical sensor market is forecast to reach US$58.48 bn by the end of 2025. It stiid at US$17.1 bn in 2016. If these figures hold true, the global biochemical sensor market will exhibit a CAGR of 14.7% between 2016 and 2025.
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On the basis of product, the market for biochemical sensor is segmented into electrochemical sensors, optical sensors, gas sensors, thermal sensors, piezoelectric sensors. Based on film deposition material the market for biochemical sensor is segmented into titanium oxide, fluorine doped tin oxide, silicon oxide, aluminum oxide and others.
By application the market is classified into clinical diagnosis, environmental monitoring, food quality control, military and others. Regionally North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America make the key market segments.