The environmental sensor provides reliable data on environmental parameters such as particulate material, volatile organic compounds, and humidity. The global environmental sensor market is growing at a significant rate, due to strict environmental regulations to decrease air pollution and constant technological developments in IoT and cloud-based services. Different types contributed to the environmental sensor market size. The market has witnessed high demand for integrated environmental sensors in the coming years due to changing inclination from standalone sensors to integrated sensors used to determine dust intensity, humidity, UV radiation, temperature, and other environmental parameters and need for environmental sensors in consumer devices.
Based on type the environmental sensor market is subdivided into temperature, ultraviolet, water quality, humidity, integrated, air quality, and soil moisture. Among all types, integrated environmental sensors segment is expected to grow at the fastest rate in the market, due to changing inclination from standalone sensors to integrated sensors used to determine dust intensity, humidity, UV radiation, temperature, and other environmental parameters, mounting attention of government and stakeholders in smart city applications and need for environmental sensors in consumer devices.
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Strict environmental regulations to decrease air pollution, upsurge in air quality monitoring stations, and budding inclination of smart home systems are the primary growth drivers for the environmental sensor market. For instance, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), air pollution is the major environmental risk to health. Moreover, globally in 2016, approximately 4.2 million premature deaths were caused due to outdoor air pollution in cities and rural areas.
Constant technological developments in IoT and cloud-based services, mounting implementation of environmental sensors for consumer products, air purifiers, and HVAC, expansion of nanotechnology-based environmental monitoring products are the major factors driving the growth of the environmental sensor market. For instance, several companies are evolving integrated sensors with innovative technologies, such as IoT, which assist to evaluate the environmental and atmospheric data, consequently changing from standalone systems to cloud-based services.
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Geographically, Asia-Pacific the largest environmental sensor market and is observed to witness the fastest growth in the market due to mounting usage of smart devices. Besides, mounting pollution level, mounting urbanization and population, development of various smart cities, and mounting need of sensors in healthcare and medicine are also up surging growth of the Asia-Pacific environmental sensor market.
Key players in the environmental sensor market are catering to the demand by collaborating, and acquiring with small players and investing in technologically advanced product portfolio across the globe. In April 2018, Sensirion introduced SGPC3, the ultra-lower gas sensor which manages indoor air quality detecting for mobile and battery-driven applications. Bosch Sensortec, Honeywell International Inc, Schneider Electric, Sensirion, Texas Instruments, Omron, AMS AG, Siemens AG, and Amphenol are the key players offering environmental sensors.
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