The global X-ray detector market size was USD 6.10 Billion in 2022 and is expected to register a revenue CAGR of 7.8% during the forecast period.
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- The semiconductor segment revenue is expected to account for largest revenue share over the forecast period.
- The medical segment is expected to register rapid revenue growth rate in the market during the forecast period.
- The global X-ray detector market is segmented into hospitals & clinics, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), military & defense, diagnostic centers & laboratories, and others.
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Report Scope of the X-Ray Detector Market:
|The market size value in 2022||USD 6.10 Billion|
|CAGR (2023 – 2032)||7.80%|
|The Revenue forecast in 2032||USD 12.93 Billion|
|Base year for estimation||2022|
|Report coverage||Revenue forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends|
Increasing technological innovation and launch of effective x-ray equipment and rising demand from various end-use sectors such as military and defense are key factors driving market revenue growth over the forecast period. Conventional x-ray detectors only record images in flat, rectangular 2D shapes. Currently, both medical and industrial fields rely heavily on 3D digital x-ray imaging. Inspection, such as finding hairline fractures or leaks in pipes, airplanes, and military equipment, are applications in the mechanical area. In the past, scientists have employed flex processing, which is a popular imaging technique, to photograph irregularly-shaped objects. Flex processing creates a flexible detector backplane by using a flexible substrate as the framework for various electrical layers. The structure is then finished by an attachment of a deposited scintillator layer (the element that transforms x-rays into visible photons).
A conformal detector on a surface is challenging since the scintillator layer limits true flexibility despite the flexibility of backplane. As a result, researchers are currently looking for new 3-D x-ray imaging techniques. For example, ASU researchers have created a technique for employing conformal x-ray sensors to take pictures of 3D surfaces. The scintillator layer is pre-molded or pre-shaped into different 3D geometries, and the detector is then finished by attaching the backplane. The pre-molded scintillator enhances the backplane’s fit, resulting in a more durable and robust detector overall. By conforming to a surface of an object and capturing minuscule details, the detector can reduce the amount of imaging while improving visibility and resolution. In conclusion, a pre-molded scintillator effectively allows the detector to conform to different objects..
3D X-ray image technology is also used for the detection of illegal wildlife trafficking. The Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry (DAFF), the Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW), Rapiscan Systems, and the Taronga Conservation Society Australia have joined forces to stop the illegal smuggling of wildlife through the mail and traveler luggage pathways. Illegal animal trafficking poses a serious threat to Australia Due to potential introduction of pests and illnesses that could have an adverse impact on the environment, human and animal health, and biosecurity.
The market for x-ray detectors is expanding due to innovation. In June 2021 for instance, engineers of Duke University demonstrated a prototype X-ray scanning device that reveals both the structure and the chemical composition of an object. The method has the potential to revolutionize a variety of industries, such as cancer surgery, pathology, health screenings, and geology due to its outstanding resolution and accuracy.
Rapid technological advances and growing investments in R&D activities for developing facilities are also driving revenue growth of the market. For example, academic and commercial scientists use synchrotron light source PETRA III high-brilliance X-ray facility to study the structure and behavior of matter at atomic and molecular levels in a variety of fields, including clean energy technologies, drug development, healthcare, structural biology, and nanotechnology, as well as food and agricultural sciences. Germany-based biotech business BioNTech, best recognized for its effective mRNA vaccine against coronavirus infection, ran a series of X-ray scattering studies at the PETRA III beamline P12 of the EMBL. The PETRA III project has assisted industry users in gaining new insight into the inner workings of standard AAA batteries. PETRA IV and the transformation of the PETRA storage rings into an ultralow-emittance synchrotron source are in the planning stages. The ultimate 3D process microscope will be made available to scientists and engineers by PETRA IV, which will produce beams of tough X-rays with unprecedented coherence characteristics that can be focused down to the nanometer regime.
The competitive landscape of the global X-ray detector market is moderately consolidated with few major companies operating on global and regional levels. Major companies are engaged in product development and strategic alliances to expand their respective product portfolios and gain a robust footprint in the global market. Some major companies in the market report include Varex Imaging, Trixell, FUJIFILM Holdings America Corporation, Konica Minolta, Inc., PerkinElmer Inc., General Electric Company, Rayence, Teledyne Digital Imaging Inc., Agfa-Gevaert Group, Carestream Health, Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. and its affiliates, and Analogic Corporation.
X-Ray Detector Market Segmentations:
|By Type||By Techology||By Panel Size||By Portability||By Application||By End-use|
|Flat-Panel Detectors (FPDs)
Computed Radiography Detectors
Charge-Coupled Device Detectors
|Hospitals & Clinics
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)
Military & Defense
Diagnostic Centers & Laboratories
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