The various types of flammable and toxic gases are used in industrial processes such as Nitrogen Dioxide and Hydrogen Sulfide. The contact of these chemicals pose high risk to workers working in the industries. These toxic and flammable gases may cause various accidents so the continuous monitoring of concentration of these gases is important. The thin film sensors are mainly used to monitor the gases and various chemicals across the gas, and other industries. Rising adoption of thin film sensors in the gas industries owing to the stringent government regulations to ensure worker safety drives the growth of Thin-film sensors market worldwide. In addition, the trending miniaturization of sensors is likely to boost the growth of thin film market over the forecast period. However, inadequate conversion efficiency of thin film sensors is hampering the growth of market. Moreover, rising use of thin film in the consumer electronics and healthcare are projected to create several opportunities in this market in upcoming years.
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North America accounts for the largest share in the thin film market
North America accounts for the largest share in the thin film market owing to the rapidly growing demand of thin film from the various end use industries, presence of thin film manufactures and rising consumer electronics industries. In addition, stringent government regulations to ensure worker safety and rising awareness about safety and good health are anticipated to boost the market growth in this region.
Pyreos enhanced performance of its TO-39 packaged flame sensors with the introduction of the ezPyro TO Flame Sensor
In June 2018, Pyreos has enhanced performance of its TO-39 packaged flame sensors with the introduction of the ezPyro TO Flame Sensor that will now address wider applications in industrial settings than analogue equivalents in the same package. The sensor couples the company’s thin-film PZT pyroelectric sensors with integrated readout circuitry and an I2C digital communications bus.