BOSTON, November 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- IDTechEx Research, a leading provider of independent market research, business intelligence and events on emerging technology announces the availability of a new report, Environmental Gas Sensors 2017-2027. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140310/673848 ) (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161108/437076 ) As poor air pollution affects 92% of the world's population, there is a growing need for low cost direct pollution measurement in order to combat growing air quality concerns. Chemical gas sensors will play a key role in pollutant monitoring over the next decade and IDTechEx predicts that the environmental sensor market will be worth more than $3 billion annually by 2027. The chemical sensor industry is at a tipping point, with advancements in microfabrication technology, gas sensors can now easily be integrated into a number of consumer devices. This new IDTechEx Research report, Environmental Gas Sensors 2017-2027, details future opportunities as well as challenges faced when introducing chemical gas sensors to new markets as well as highlighting key trends and pioneering work in the gas sensor field. This report by IDTechEx analysts contains a comprehensive assessment of both current environmental monitoring equipment and the range of sensor detection principles suitable for use in this field, as well as key growth areas for the sensors industry, as gas sensors become a vital part of our infrastructure. The IDTechEx Research report covers sensor integration across a range of markets:
Indoor Air Quality
IDTechEx has built a comprehensive picture of environmental gas sensors. Environmental Gas Sensors 2017-2027 contains company profiles of the largest, most innovative and disruptive companies in the industry. Each profile details the history and technology knowledge of the company, as well as key metrics and information regarding their direction and technology roadmap over the coming years. The report gives a complete view of the key technologies that will be used over the next decade to monitor and combat poor air quality around the world as well as details on the key players, future opportunities and challenges in this growing industry.