Data Transmission from Hazardous Environments Drives Use of Wireless Sensors

San Francisco, California, June 13, 2017: TMR Research presents a new report on the global wireless sensors market that discusses growth trends, market indices, and competitive analysis at length for the forecast period between 2017 and 2025. Using market-centric analytical tools, an analysis of indices of strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats of the market by the end of 2025 is presented herein.

The report is collated after data an extensive data collection phase followed by data scrutiny. The comprehensive evaluation of the wireless sensors market presented in this market study is valuable for business analysts and opinion makers for informed business decision making.

Wireless sensors are measurement tools that are self-powered and self-configuring. They are used to comprehend environmental data and perform actuation tasks effectively and with precision. They comprise transmitters that transform signals from process control instruments into radio transmission. For example, in industrial lighting applications, wireless sensors are positioned on lighting points or lamp posts to regulate the lighting and derive information on diagnostics, failures, and operations. The use of wireless sensors for industrial lighting not only brightens but also reduces power consumption. Consequently, the demand for intelligent lighting solutions is expected to be on the rise with the increasing adoption of wireless sensors.

Wireless sensors when combined with big data processing and cloud computing presents the capability of achieving easy human-system interaction. Nevertheless, uncertainty about the reliability of wireless systems and cost-intensive wireless technology are bottlenecks to the growth of this market.

The market for wireless sensors is currently at a nascent stage and thus the technology is limited to developed nations in North America and Western Europe. However, Asia Pacific is a highly attractive market as it is home to relatively advanced nations of Australia, China, Japan, and South Korea.

The market for wireless sensors for industrial application can be studied in terms of type and geography. In terms of type, MEMS-based sensors, CMOS-based sensors, and LED sensors are the key segmnets into which this market can be segmented. MEMS-based sensors can be sub-segmented into pressure sensors, acoustic sensors, and accelerometers. CMOS-based sensors include proximity sensors, humidity sensors, and temperature sensors.

The wireless sensors market for industrial lighting applications can be divided geographically into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World.
Key players that operate in the global wireless sensors market for industrial street lighting applications include American Sensor Technologies Inc., YSI Incorporated, Measurement Specialties Inc., MEMSIC Inc., Meridian Environment Technology Inc., ASM Automation Sensornik Messtechnik GmbH, Avir Sensors, Coastal Environmental Systems Inc., STMicroelectronics N.V., Sutron Corporation, and E.S.I. Environmental Sensors Inc.