Sensor IC test socket for big China sensor market
Sensor IC test socket for big China sensor market
At present, there are more than 2,000 enterprises engaged in the production and research and development of sensors in China, among which more than 50 are engaged in the research and production of microsystems. At the same time, sensors are increasingly being applied to various areas of social development and human life, such as industrial automation, agricultural modernization, aerospace technology, military engineering, robotics, resource development, ocean exploration, environmental monitoring, security, medical diagnosis. , transportation, household appliances, etc.
Global sensor market continues to grow rapidly
In recent years, the global sensor market has maintained rapid growth, with growth rates of more than 20% in 2009 and 2010. In 2011, affected by the global economic downturn, the sensor market growth rate fell by 5% compared to 2010, and the market size was 82.8 billion US dollars. With the gradual recovery of the global market, the global sensor market has reached US$9.52 billion in 2012. By 2013, the global sensor market was approximately US$105.5 billion. As the economic environment continues to improve, the demand for sensors will continue to increase. In 2016, the global sensor market exceeded US$170 billion, with a growth rate of 9.7%. As of the end of 2017, the global sensor market is about $190 billion.
China's sensor market scale analysis and forecast
According to the statistics of the Sensor Manufacturing Industry Development Prospects and Investment Forecast Analysis Report released by the Prospective Industry Research Institute, the size of China's sensor market in 2015 was 99.5 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 15%. By 2016, the size of China's sensor market reached 112.6 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 13.2%. As of the end of 2017, the size of China's sensor market has grown to approximately 130 billion yuan. It is estimated that the sensor market in China will reach 147.2 billion yuan in 2018, and the average annual compound growth rate in the next five years (2018-2022) is about 12.13%. It is estimated that the size of China's sensor market will reach 232.7 billion yuan by 2022.
Statistical analysis of TOP10 revenue and profit of Chinese sensor listed companies in the first half of the year
In the first half of 2018, China's sensor listed companies' revenue rankings, the top ten companies are Hikvision, Dahua, Goer, Aerospace, Shield, Environment, Huatian, Aerospace, Shenghe Resources, Dongfeng Technology, and Tongding Internet. Among them, Hikvision’s revenue was the first, with revenue of 20.876 billion yuan in the first half of 2018, and revenue growth of 26.92%.
1. The policy is favorable to promote the development of sensors
In recent years, the government has issued national strategies such as the National Integrated Circuit Industry Development Promotion Outline, China Manufacturing 2025, and the State Council's Guiding Opinions on Actively Promoting the "Internet of Things +" Action, which has promoted the development of the Internet of Things and sensors.
In May 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the "Three-Year Action Guide for Smart Sensor Industry (2017-2019)", focusing on key application areas such as smart terminals, Internet of Things, smart manufacturing, and automotive electronics, effectively improving the supply capacity of mid-to-high-end products. Promote the accelerated development of China's smart sensor industry. The overall goal is that by 2019, China's smart sensor industry has made a clear breakthrough, the industrial ecology is relatively perfect, and a number of internationally advanced enterprises with strong innovation capabilities have emerged. The technology has been steadily improved, the product structure has been continuously optimized, and the supply capacity has been effectively improved. It mainly involves three aspects: First, the industrial scale is growing rapidly; second, the innovation capability is significantly enhanced; third, the ecological system is basically perfect. With the strong support of national policies, local sensor companies are expected to upgrade their technology to gain more market share.
2. Prerequisites for the development of the Internet of Things
Generally speaking, the Internet of Things is generally divided into three parts: the sensing layer, the network layer, and the application layer. Among them, the perception layer is the source of data collection and is the basis for the realization of the Internet of Things. At the sensing level, the most important components are the various sensors.
Driven by the Internet of Things industry, the popularity of smartphones, wearables, virtual reality, smart hardware, video interaction and security monitoring, robotics, 3G/4G communication technologies, and their interoperability with home life have all opened up for people. New spaces and a new user experience are hot spots for sensor applications.
In the industrial field, intelligent factories and digital factories also need a large number of intelligent devices. The application of big data applications and remote monitoring methods also put forward new requirements for data collection and transmission of devices. In this context, the use of sensors is not only the key to intelligent production and intelligent factories, but also the prerequisite for enterprises to achieve smart manufacturing and embrace the upcoming Internet of Things era.
3. The industry presents cluster development
China's sensor manufacturers are mainly concentrated in the Yangtze River Delta region, and gradually form a regional spatial layout dominated by central cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Shenyang and Xi'an.
The Yangtze River Delta region: With Shanghai, Wuxi, and Nanjing as the center, it has gradually formed a relatively complete sensor production system and industrial support including heat sensitivity, magnetic sensitivity, image, weighing, photoelectric, temperature, and gas sensitivity.
Pearl River Delta Region: The central city of Shenzhen is mainly composed of foreign-funded enterprises in small and medium-sized cities. The sensor industry system consists of thermal, magnetic, ultrasonic and weighing.
Northeast China: mainly in Shenyang, Changchun and Harbin, mainly producing MEMS force sensitive sensors, gas sensors and humidity sensors.
Beijing-Tianjin region: mainly engaged in the research and development of new sensors, mainly in colleges and universities, filling the domestic gap in some areas. Beijing has established a national micro/nano laboratory.
Central region: Zhengzhou, Wuhan, Taiyuan, the close combination of production, study and research, the development of PTC / NTC thermistor, inductive digital liquid level sensor and gas sensor industry.
4, the car sensor market is developing rapidly
The electric vehicle market took off, and the artificial intelligence deep learning calculation also made self-driving cars come true. In addition to actively investing in the development of electric vehicles or electric hybrid vehicles, the global first-line automakers have invested huge resources to build advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS). The purpose is to arrive early in the era of driving. Thanks to the booming electric cars and self-driving cars, although global car sales are still limited in the next few years, the growth of automotive sensors and micro-electromechanical (MEMS) markets is accelerating.
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