Dial-Up Sensors: Printed, Flexible, and Organic Sensors for the Things in the Internet of Things
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 16 Pages
|撥號感測器:「物聯網(IoT)」物品的印刷、彈性、有機感測器 Dial-Up Sensors: Printed, Flexible, and Organic Sensors for the Things in the Internet of Things|
|出版日期: 2014年09月09日||內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages||
The Internet of Things (IoT) has generated increasing hype in recent years, leading to enormous projections for the growth of sensors - numbers routinely in the trillions of sensors. However, the opportunity for printed, flexible, and organic (PFOE) sensors has been less clear. We examined the three main types of sensors in the IoT- physical (pressure and motion), environmental (temperature and gas), and remote (electromagnetic and optical) - and the top segments - buildings, transportation, retail, and individual - to determine that pressure and temperature sensors have the best market segment fits. Driven by their fit in retail and individual segments, this leads to an overall $400 million 2024 market and a 35% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the likely scenario. However, there is much uncertainly in PFOE sensors for the IoT; in the high-case they amount to a $1 billion 2024 market, growing at a 48% CAGR.