Worldwide revenue for sensors and MEMs reached $14.7 billion in 2016 and is estimated to increase by another 10 percent in 2017 thanks to the automotive and industrial segments. Leading revenue growth for products includes temperature sensors, pressure sensors and accelerometers.
This market tracker covers Microfluidic MEMs, Pressure Sensors, accelerometers, yaw rate sensors, Optical MEMS, Actuators, Temperature Sensors, and Magnetic Field Sensors. Forecasts are provided by region, market segment, application and product type. Market share is also provided.
The discretes market is made of products including diodes, small signal transistors, power transistors (including modules), thyristors, rectifiers and other discretes. The market is estimated at $19.4 billion in 2016 and worldwide revenue is expected to increase by 7 percent in 2017. Power transistors constitute the bulk of the revenue and is also driving growth long term.
This tracker provides forecasts for discretes by region, market segment, application, and product type. The major categories listed above are also broken out further by product. Market share is also provided by region, and major product category.
The power management market reached $26 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach $28 billion in 2017. This is an 8 percent increase in worldwide revenue over last year. Discrete power products are expected to increase by 7 percent while analog power IC revenue is expected to increase by 10 percent.
This tracker provides market forecasts for power management which includes Power Transistors, Rectifiers, Thyristors, Linear Regulators, Switching Regulators, Battery ICs, Supervisors, Voltage References, and Other Power. Forecasts are provided by region and by country for the Asia Pacific region. Forecasts are also provided by market segment, application, and by product type where we breakout the analog power products. Market share is also provided.
While other markets were hindered by economic and supply issues, the Data Converter market performed well in 2016 with a total of $3.3 billion earned in revenue worldwide. That is a 15 percent increase from 2015. Data Converters are used in medical imaging, automotive applications, industrial, and communications infrastructure for the most part. Products include Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs), Digital to Analog Converters (DACs) and other mixed signal which include analog switches, potentiometers, and mux products.
This tracker provides forecasts for data converters by region, market segment, application area, and by product type and architecture. Market share is also provided.