Safety Sensors and Switches Market: By Types Safety Switches Command Devices - Forecast 2017-2022

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Safety Sensors is a general term attributed to the sensors used for detection of distance, absence or presence of any object in a restricted zone during physical operations. The Safety Sensors are also denoted as Photo Electric/Opto-Electronic Sensors as they are based on the photoelectric principle of using electromagnetic waves viz, electric, magnetic and light. The safety sensors are present either in the form of sensors, switches or buttons.

Safety Sensors Normally Works on three functional principles:
Opposed (through beam)
Retro-Reflective or
Proximity Detection
The wave emitted from emitting unit either gets interfered as in case of through beam principle or gets back reflected after striking the obstacle in retro-reflective or change in intensity according to proximity detection.

The emitted wave after interacting with obstacle is detected by receiving unit which is further processed by a control unit to control actuators. Similarly safety switches either come in contact with the object or there is change in wave intensity emitted from switch while interfering with the object. Apart from this there are various commanding devices like pull switches or pushbuttons to stop the operation in case of emergency.

The Above mentioned sensors are common in production and processing industries like:
Automobile
Chemical Processing
Food & Beverage Processing
Machine & Tools
Mining
Nuclear
Oil & Gas
Material handling
Packaging
Semiconductors etc.

The Global Safety Sensors & Switches Market revenue is estimated to increase to around 3.3bn in 2020, growing at around 3.1% year over year.

Almost all automation and sensor based product providers have a key presence in Safety Sensors also.

Major Global Leader Includes:
K.A. Schmersal Gmbh & Co. KG
Omron Corp.

Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
Rockwell Automation and others.
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1. Safety Sensors and Switches - Market Overview

2. Executive Summary

3. Safety Sensors and Switches - Market Landscape
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Comparative Analysis
3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
3.2.2. End user profiling
3.2.3. Patent Analysis
3.2.4. Top 5 Financials Analysis

4. Safety Sensors and Switches - Market Forces
4.1. Market Drivers
4.2. Market Constraints
4.3. Market Challenges
4.4. Attractiveness of the Industry
4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
4.4.2. Power of Customers
4.4.3. Threat of New entrants
4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
4.4.5. Degree of Competition

5. Safety Sensors and Switches Market– Strategic Analysis
5.1. Value Chain Analysis
5.2. Opportunities Analysis
5.3. Product/Market Life Cycle Analysis

6. Global Safety Sensors and Switches Market-By Type
6.1. For Manufacturing & Processing Industries
6.1.1. Opto-Electronic/ Photo Electric Devices
6.1.1.1. Safety Through Beam Sensors
6.1.1.2. Fiber-Optic Sensors
6.1.1.3. Infrared (IR) Light
6.1.1.4. Visible/LED Light
6.1.1.5. Safety Light Grids
6.1.1.5.1. With Internal Control Unit
6.1.1.5.2. Without Control Unit
6.1.1.6. Safety Light Curtains
6.1.2. Presence Detection Sensors
6.1.2.1. Laser Scanner
6.1.2.2. Safety Edges
6.1.2.3. Safety Mats
6.1.3. Safety Switches
6.1.3.1. Electro-Mechanical Safety Switches/ Safety Door Switches
6.1.3.1.1. Safety Hinge Switches
6.1.3.1.2. Safety Limit Switches
6.1.3.1.3. Safety Locking Devices
6.1.3.1.4. Safety Position Switches
6.1.3.1.5. Safety Switches with Separate Actuator
6.1.3.2. Non-Contact Safety Switches
6.1.3.2.1. Inductive Safety Switches
6.1.3.2.2. Magnetic Safety Switches
6.1.3.2.3. Transponder Safety Switches
6.1.4. Safety Command Devices
6.1.4.1. Emergency Stop Pushbuttons
6.1.4.2. Enabling Switches
6.1.4.3. Rope Pull Switches
6.2. For Automobiles
6.2.1. Collision Avoidance
6.2.1.1. Laser
6.2.1.2. Radar
6.2.2. Obstacle Avoidance
6.2.2.1. Proximity Sensors
6.2.2.2. Ultrasonic Sensors
6.2.3. Lighting & Wiper Control
6.2.3.1. Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
6.2.3.2. Infrared based Light Sensors
6.3. By Components
6.3.1. Cable Connection
6.3.2. Connectors
6.3.3. Emitting Unit
6.3.4. Receiving Unit
6.3.5. Muting Sensors
6.3.6. Optical Face (Lens)
6.3.7. Safety Controllers
6.3.8. Safety Relays
6.3.9. Switches

7. Global Safety Sensors and Switches Market - By End- User Industries
7.1. Aircraft & Aerospace
7.2. Automobile
7.3. Chemical
7.4. Food & Beverage
7.5. Machine & Tools
7.6. Material Handling
7.7. Mining
7.8. Nuclear
7.9. Oil & Gas
7.10. Pulp & Paper
7.11. Packaging
7.12. Pharmaceuticals
7.13. Semiconductors
7.14. Waste Management

8. Global Safety Sensors and Switches Market -Geographic Analysis
8.1. Introduction
8.2. North America
8.2.1. Canada
8.2.2. USA
8.3. South & Central America
8.3.1. Argentina
8.3.2. Brazil
8.3.3. Chile
8.3.4. Mexico
8.3.5. Others
8.4. Europe
8.4.1. France
8.4.2. Germany
8.4.3. Switzerland
8.4.4. UK
8.4.5. Others
8.5. APAC
8.5.1. China
8.5.2. India
8.5.3. Japan
8.5.4. Others
8.6. ROW

9. Market Entropy
9.1. New Product Launches
9.2. M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships

10. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials, SWOT Analysis – Top 5 Companies, Developments, Product Portfolio)
10.1. ABB Ltd.
10.2. Baumer Ltd.
10.3. IDEC Corp.
10.4. ifm efector, inc.
10.5. K.A. Schmersal GmbH & Co. KG
10.6. Omron Corp.
10.7. Pinnacle Systems Inc.
10.8. Panasonic Electric Works, Europe AG
10.9. Pearse-Bertram, LLC
10.10. Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
10.11. Pilz Gmbh & Co. KG
10.12. Rockwell Automation
10.13. SICK AG
10.14. Banner Engineering Corporation
10.15. Eaton Corp
10.16. Delphi
10.17. Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG
10.18. Weidmüller Interface GmbH & Co. KG
10.19. Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
10.20. Keyence Corporation
*More than 40 Companies are profiled in this Research Report, Complete List available on Request*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"

11. Appendix
11.1. Abbreviations
11.2. Sources
11.3. Research Methodology
11.4. Bibliography
11.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
11.6. Disclaimer
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- The most significant use of safety sensors is involved in assembly, manufacturing, production and processing lines.

- With developing nations like Brazil, China and India making efforts to become global leaders, more and more manufacturing units ar
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