Advancements in Nano Sensors (TechVision)

  • ID: 3960218
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 50 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Nanosensors Poised to Impact Various Industrial Domains

Nanosensors are nanotechnology based sensing devices which are fabricated using nano materials, nano-sized structures or composites. Nanotechnology in general pertains to the understanding and control of matter at dimensions between approximately 1 and 100 nanometers. A nanometer is one-billionth of a meter.

On the whole, any sensor that uses nanoscale phenomenon for its operation is called as a nanosensor. Nanosensing has its footprint in a very wide range of applications. It can be employed for sensing toxic chemicals or biological constituents, temperature, pressure, humidity, image signals, vibration, and many more parameters.

This research service covers the recent advancements in nanosensors and its impact on current and future applications.

It provides insights primarily on the aspects of nanosensors highlighted below:

  • Technology
  • Overview
  • IP Analysis
  • Funding Scenario
  • Key Innovations
  • Application Landscape
  • Potential Points of Convergence
  • Technology Roadmap
  • Companies to Watch out
  • Key Questions for Strategy
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1. Executive Summary
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Key Findings

2. Technology Overview
2.1 Nanosensors - A Sneak Peek, Overview and Its Significance
2.2 The Need for Nanosensors
2.3 Nanosensors - Types, Characteristics, Measuring Attributes, and Benefits
2.4 Materials for Nanosensors
2.5 Push for Enhanced Safety and Advent of IoT Key among Key Drivers for Nanosensors
2.6 Regulatory Norms and Complex Designing Factors Hindering Adoption of Nanosensors
2.7 Global Patent Trend Analysis
2.8 China Leading in Terms of Patents Filed
2.9 Funding Scenario - Global Landscape

3. Key Application Areas
3.1 Nanosensor Applications Landscape
3.2 Nanosensor Applications - Healthcare
3.3 Nanosensor Applications - Chemical
3.4 Nanosensor Applications - Food and Water
3.5 Nanosensor Applications - Military and Defense
3.6 Nanosensor Applications - Environmental Safety and Automotive

4. Assessment of Key Innovations
4.1 Key Innovation Assessment - North America
4.2 Key Innovation Assessment - Europe & Middle East
4.3 Key Innovation Assessment - Asia-Pacific

5. Strategic Perspectives
5.1 Convergence Example - Flexible, Transparent, and Wearable Electronics
5.2 Technology Roadmap - Growth Opportunity Scenario
5.3 Companies to Watch
5.4 Key Questions for Strategy

6. Key Patents
6.1 Key Patents - Biomolecule Detection and Nanoscale Probe
6.2 Key Patents - Implantable Device and Manufacturing
6.3 Key Patents - Magnetic Nanosensor and Battery-less Sensing and Power Generation
6.4 Key Patents - Embedded Graphene and pH Level Monitoring
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