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Asia-Pacific IR Detector Market by Technology (Mercury Cadmium Telluride, Indium Gallium Arsenide, Pyroelectric, Thermopiles & Microbolometers), by Spectral Range, by Application, & by Geography Analysis & Forecast to 2019


In 2014, the Asia-Pacific IR Detector market was a highly fragmented market that was not dominated by a few listed players. The market is mainly dominated by pyroelectric, thermopiles, and microbolometers. These three technologies together contributed to nearly 80% of the overall market in 2013. Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Japan) and Hamamatsu Photonics K.K. (Japan) are the major players in Asia-Pacific IR Detector market.

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These companies have entered into agreements, collaborations, and new product development for a variety of IR detectors with technology such as mercury cadmium telluride, InGaAs, microbolometers and many more. Murata recently developed a world-class capacitive type micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) pressure sensor (2.3×2.6 mm). Murata's capacitive MEMS technology will enable key parameters like temperature characteristics, noise performance, and current consumption of mobile devices to be at the highest performance level which will lead users to precisely detect the Z-axis position.
Excelitas Technologies Corp., a global technology leader focused on delivering innovative, customized optoelectronics to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) seeking high-performance technology solutions, announced the availability of an enhanced series of avalanche photodiodes (APDs) that provide high-responsivity for ultra-low light applications. It also made an entry in thermal imaging capabilities at Electronica 2012 under the brand name CoolEye. Its thermal IR imager provides real-time, low-resolution imaging in a small form-factor for a variety of commercial, security, and medical applications.

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Besides this new product development, Excelitas Technologies and Murata Manufacturing Corporation have undergone major mergers & acquisitions in the concerned market. On October 2013, Excelitas Technologies acquired Qioptiq, based in the U.S. The companies together will serve a market opportunity of over $4 billion worldwide and will leverage its broad technology and manufacturing portfolio, supported by approximately 5,000 employees to accelerate OEM customers’ innovation and growth.

In the Asia-Pacific IR detector market, leading players are adopting strategies such as new product launches, product approvals, partnerships, agreements, collaborations, joint ventures, acquisitions, and expansions. Market players adopted these strategies to access new technologies, expand their product portfolios, enter into growing markets, and to increase their market shares. Apart from the top market players, companies such as FLIR Systems (U.S.), Melexis NV (Belgium), OMRON Corporation (Japan), and Texas Instruments Inc., (U.S.) expand their customer base by launching new products and entering into strategic agreements, partnerships, and collaborations.