Process Spectroscopy: The Global Market

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The global market for process spectroscopy equipment reached $1.1 billion in 2014. This market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5% to reach $1.5 billion in 2020 from nearly $1.2 billion in 2015.

This report provides:

-An investigation of the market for process spectroscopy technologies and equipment in modern manufacturing settings, particularly for high volume or high value outputs.
-Quantification of the market, with data from 2014 and 2015, and projections of CAGRs through 2020.
-Information on key market applications such as hydrocarbon processing, semiconductor manufacturing, food substance screening, and pharmaceutical unit operations.
-Coverage of the main technologies such as Near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy and Fourier Transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy.
-Patent analysis.
-Comprehensive company profiles of the major spectroscopy equipment manufacturers.

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The purpose of this report is to forecast global sales of process spectroscopy
equipment during the period from 2015 to 2020. The report also documents
advancements in the development and application of process spectroscopy equipment.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
A large share of process spectroscopy equipment output is bought by end users as part of investments in plant capital equipment. The business is thus highly cyclical. In addition, this is a segment of the economy that is technologically very dynamic. As a consequence, this report is regularly updated by BCC Research.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
This study will be of interest to manufacturers of spectroscopic equipment in the Process spectroscopy is defined as any use of spectroscopy to obtain real-time data to monitor and optimize a manufacturing process. The report includes UV and visible process spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, infrared (IR) and NIR process

SCOPE OF REPORT
Process spectroscopy is defined as any use of spectroscopy to obtain real-time data to monitor and optimize a manufacturing process. The report includes UV and visible process spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy, infrared (IR) and NIR process spectroscopy, FTIR, Raman spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging technology and process spectroscopy computer systems. The industry is analyzed on a global basis from both market and application perspectives and a technology perspective. Process spectroscopy applications may be subject to unique regulations and standards from different regulatory agencies. For instance, spectroscopy used for food product contamination detection is subject to more regulations, systems, standards and monitoring than similar technologies used for experimental process reaction monitoring. A patent analysis documents the history of innovation in this field. This report also provides company profiles and contact information.

METHODOLOGY
Manufacturer level data for process spectroscopy is a subset of several North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes and is not reported separately. Thus, data in this report represents estimates based on self-reporting by individual firms. Additional data in the report was obtained from the United States Patent Office (USPTO) database, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings and trade journals.

INFORMATION SOURCES
Sources include interviews with executives of equipment manufacturing firms, public documents, SEC filings, corporate white papers and other technical documentation for nearly 100 U.S. and international companies directly involved in manufacturing, distributing or directly utilizing process spectroscopy equipment.
Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary 3 $0
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
INTENDED AUDIENCE
SCOPE OF REPORT
METHODOLOGY
INFORMATION SOURCES
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY 2 $250
Table Summary : GLOBAL SALES OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2020
Figure Summary : GLOBAL SALES OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT BY REGION, 2014-2020

Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW 26 $1344
UV AND VISIBLE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY DEFINITIONS
NIR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY DEFINITIONS
FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY DEFINITIONS
FTIR SPECTROSCOPY DEFINITIONS
RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY DEFINITIONS
HYPERSPECTRAL AND OTHER SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGERS DEFINITIONS
PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY COMPUTER SYSTEMS DEFINITIONS
PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY APPLICATIONS
PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY STAGES
REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY

Chapter- 4: MARKET FOR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY 9 $465
OVERALL MARKET
FORECAST GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUES, 2015 TO 2020
SPECIFIC MARKETS

Chapter- 5: TECHNOLOGY 29 $1499
PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT
PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY SYSTEMS
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

Chapter- 6: COMPANY PROFILES 26 $1344
AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES INC.
ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS INC.
ANALYTICAL SPECTRAL DEVICES INC.
APEL CO. LTD.
APPLIED ANALYTICS INC.
APPLIED CHEMOMETRICS INC.
APPLIED INSTRUMENT TECHNOLOGIES
APPLIED PHOTOPHYSICS LTD.
ARUN TECHNOLOGY
ATECH
AXSUN TECHNOLOGIES INC.
BEIJING PURKINJE GENERAL INSTRUMENT
BRUKER
BUHLER INC.
CDEX INC.
CHEMIMAGE CORP.
CHEMOMETRY CONSULTANCY
CLAIRET SCIENTIFIC LTD.
CONTROL DEVELOPMENT INC.
DATACOLOR
DIGILAB INC.
DIKNOW LTD.
EIGENVECTOR RESEARCH INC.
FILMETRICS
FOSS
FRONTIER SEMICONDUCTOR MEASUREMENTS INC.
GRABITECH SOLUTIONS AB
GUIDED WAVE INC.
HACH COMPANY
IDEX OPTICS & PHOTONICS
HORIBA SCIENTIFIC
INFOMETRIX INC.
INFRAREDX INC.
INFRARED FIBER SYSTEMS
INPHOTONICS INC.
JEOL LTD.
KAISER OPTICAL SYSTEMS INC.
LECO CORP.
LT INDUSTRIES INC.
MATERIALS EVALUATION AND ENGINEERING INC.
METTLER-TOLEDO AUTOCHEM
MICRO PHOTONICS INC.
MICRO-SCAN SERVICES INC.
MIDAC CORP.
NANODROP TECHNOLOGIES
NIR TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
OCEAN OPTICS INC.
OPTIMA X
OPTOKEY
OPTOMETRICS
P&P OPTICA INC.
PATTERN RECOGNITION SYSTEMS AS
PERTEN INSTRUMENTS AB
PETROMETRIX LTD.
PHOTON TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL INC.
POLYTEC
PRINCETON INSTRUMENTS INC.
PEAK ANALYSIS AND AUTOMATION
PROCESS INSTRUMENTS INC.
REMSPEC CORP.
SENSOLOGIC GMBH
SI-WARE USA
SMITHS GROUP PLC
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LOHNINGER
SPECTRAL SCIENCES INC.
TECHEN
TEC5USA INC.
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
TELOPS
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC INC.
VARSAL INC.
WATERS CORP.

Chapter- 7: PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS 64 $3308
PATENTS BY YEAR
PATENTS BY LIFE CYCLE
PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
PATENTS BY ASSIGNEE
BUSINESSES IMPLEMENTING PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY
Table 16 : NUMBER OF U.S. SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS ISSUED, JANUARY 2009-AUGUST 2015
Table 17 : SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS ISSUED, JANUARY 1, 2014 TO JUNE 26, 2015

Chapter- 8: APPENDIX A - PATENTS 10 $517
Table 130 : PATENT DOCUMENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 131 : PATENT DOCUMENTS BY ASSIGNEE

Chapter- 9: APPENDIX B ISO STANDARDS PERTAINING TO SPECTROSCOPY 5 $258

Table 132 : ISO STANDARDS PERTAINING TO SPECTROSCOPY

List of Tables
Summary Table : GLOBAL SALES OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2020
Table 1 : ISO STANDARDS PERTAINING TO SPECTROSCOPY
Table 2 : REVENUE OF INDUSTRIES PRODUCING SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT, 2005-2013
Table 3 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT, THROUGH 2020
Table 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR TURNKEY PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY SYSTEMS AND SERVICES, THROUGH 2020
Table 5 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR UV AND VISIBLE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 6 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR FLUORESCENCE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 7 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR NIR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 8 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR FTIR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 9 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR RAMAN PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 10 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY COMPUTER SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2020
Table 11 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR HYPERSPECTRAL AND OTHER SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGERS FOR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY, THROUGH 2020
Table 12 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2020
Table 13 : FIFTY MOST RECENT PATENTS ISSUED FOR HAND-HELD SPECTROSCOPY DEVICES, 2007-2015
Table 14 : PROCESS CONTROL INNOVATIONS
Table 15 : SPECTROSCOPY INNOVATIONS
Table 16 : NUMBER OF U.S. SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS ISSUED, JANUARY 2009-AUGUST 2015
Table 17 : SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS ISSUED, JANUARY 1, 2014 TO JUNE 26, 2015
Table 18 : AGGREGATE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY PATENTS BY YEAR, 1983-2008
Table 19 : AGGREGATE PATENTS BY LIFE CYCLE, 1983-2008
Table 20 : TOP 21 AGGREGATE PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE, 1983-2008
Table 21 : TOP 25 ASSIGNEES BY NUMBER OF PATENTS, 1983-2008
Table 22 : 3WAVE OPTICS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 23 : 3WAVE OPTICS PATENTS BY YEAR, 2005
Table 24 : 3WAVE OPTICS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 25 : 3WAVE OPTICS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 26 : ABBOTT LABORATORIES PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 27 : ABBOTT LABORATORIES PATENTS BY YEAR, 1998-2001
Table 28 : ABBOTT LABS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 29 : ABBOTT LABS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 30 : AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 31 : AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES PATENTS BY YEAR, 2004
Table 32 : AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 33 : AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 34 : AXIOM ANALYTICAL PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 35 : AXIOM ANALYTICAL PATENTS BY YEAR, 1994
Table 36 : AXIOM ANALYTICAL PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 37 : AXIOM ANALYTICAL PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 38 : BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 39 : BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PATENTS BY YEAR, 2005-2007
Table 40 : BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 41 : BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 42 : BRIMROSE PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 43 : BRIMROSE PATENTS BY YEAR, 1995
Table 44 : BRIMROSE PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 45 : BRIMROSE PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 46 : BRUKER PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 47 : BRUKER PATENTS BY YEAR, 1991-2005
Table 48 : BRUKER PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 49 : BRUKER PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 50 : CEDARS-SINAI PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 51 : CEDARS-SINAI PATENTS BY YEAR, 1999-2007
Table 52 : CEDARS-SINAI PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 53 : CEDARS-SINAI PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 54 : CELIGHT PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 55 : CELIGHT PATENTS BY YEAR, 2007
Table 56 : CELIGHT PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 57 : CELIGHT PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 58 : CHEMIMAGE PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 59 : CHEMIMAGE PATENTS BY YEAR, 2007
Table 60 : Chemimage patents by patent life cycle
Table 61 : CHEMIMAGE PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 62 : CEA PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 63 : CEA PATENTS BY YEAR, 1994-2006
Table 64 : CEA PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 65 : CEA PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 66 : FOSS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 67 : FOSS PATENTS BY YEAR, 1998-2007
Table 68 : FOSS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 69 : FOSS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 70 : FOSTER-MILLER PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 71 : FOSTER-MILLER PATENTS BY YEAR, 1997-2001
Table 72 : FOSTER-MILLER PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 73 : FOSTER-MILLER PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 74 : HONEYWELL ACS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 75 : HONEYWELL ACS PATENTS BY YEAR, 2006 AND 2007
Table 76 : HONEYWELL ACS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 77 : HONEYWELL ACS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 78 : HORIBA INSTRUMENTS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 79 : HORIBA INSTRUMENTS PATENTS BY YEAR, 2007
Table 80 : HORIBA INSTRUMENTS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 81 : HORIBA INSTRUMENTS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 82 : INFRAREDX PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 83 : INFRAREDX PATENTS BY YEAR, 2004 AND 2005
Table 84 : INFRAREDX PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 85 : INFRAREDX PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 86 : INLIGHT SOLUTIONS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 87 : INLIGHT SOLUTIONS PATENTS BY YEAR, 2003-2006
Table 88 : INLIGHT SOLUTIONS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 89 : INLIGHT SOLUTIONS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 90 : INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 91 : institute for technology development patents by year, 2002-2006
Table 92 : INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 93 : INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 94 : LIGHTOUCH MEDICAL PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 95 : LIGHTOUCH MEDICAL PATENTS BY YEAR, 2005 AND 2006
Table 96 : LIGHTOUCH MEDICAL PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 97 : LIGHTOUCH MEDICAL PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 98 : LUMIDIGM PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 99 : LUMIDIGM PATENTS BY YEAR, 2003 AND 2006
Table 100 : LUMIDIGM PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 101 : LUMIDIGM PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 102 : SENSYS MEDICAL PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 103 : SENSYS MEDICAL PATENTS BY YEAR, 1997-2004
Table 104 : SENSYS MEDICAL PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 105 : SENSYS MEDICAL PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 106 : SHIMADZU PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 107 : SHIMADZU PATENTS BY YEAR, 1990-1996
Table 108 : SHIMADZU PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 109 : SHIMADZU PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 110 : SIEMENS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 111 : SIEMENS PATENTS BY YEAR, 1999-2002
Table 112 : SIEMENS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 113 : SIEMENS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 114 : UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 115 : UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PATENTS BY YEAR, 1998-2007
Table 116 : UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 117 : UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 118 : UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 119 : UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON PATENTS BY YEAR, 2002-2007
Table 120 : UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 121 : UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 122 : UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 123 : UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PATENTS BY YEAR, 1998 AND 2000
Table 124 : UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 125 : UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 126 : YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY ORGANIZATION
Table 127 : YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY YEAR, 2004-2007
Table 128 : YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY PATENT LIFE CYCLE
Table 129 : YEDA RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PATENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 130 : PATENT DOCUMENTS BY INVENTION TYPE
Table 131 : PATENT DOCUMENTS BY ASSIGNEE
Table 132 : ISO STANDARDS PERTAINING TO SPECTROSCOPY

List of Figures
Summary Figure : GLOBAL SALES OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY EQUIPMENT BY REGION, 2014-2020
Figure 1 : AT-LINE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY
Figure 2 : IN-LINE PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY
Figure 3 : GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE, 2015
Figure 4 : FORECAST GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF PROCESS SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE, 2020
Figure 5 : SPECTROSCOPY INSTRUMENTATION

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