About Nanomagnetics Instruments
Nanomagnetics Instruments specializes in the development and manufacturing of scanning probe microscopes and measurement systems for scientific research and technology sectors. The company offers a range of products including ambient and low-temperature scanning probe microscopes, controller and standalone electronics, and measurement and characterization systems. These products serve the needs of research, industry, and educational institutions by providing precise scientific equipment for various analytical and experimental purposes. It was founded in 1998 and is based in United Kingdom.
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Feb 14, 2020
| Source: Research and Markets The global market for atomic force microscopy is projected to reach USD 586 million by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 5.8% from 2019 and 2024. This research report categorizes the global computational photography based on offering, grade, application, and geography. The report describes the major drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities pertaining to the Atomic force microscopy market and forecasts the same till 2024. One of the key drivers of atomic force microscopy is the committed support from several governments to promote nanotechnology and nanoscience research and development. Also, the high demand for 3D ICs from the semiconductor and electronics industry is expected to lay new growth opportunity for the atomic force microscopy market during the forecast period. The major players in Atomic force microscopy market are Bruker (US), Park Systems (South Korea), Hitachi (Japan), Horiba (Japan), Oxford Instruments (UK), Nanosurf (Switzerland), WITec (Germany), NT-MDT (Russia), NanoMagnetics Instruments (UK), Nanonics Imaging (Israel). Probes to grow at the highest CAGR between 2019 and 2024 The market for probes is expected to grow at the highest CAGR. Probes play a dominant role in the AFM market, in terms of volume, as the lifecycle of probes is shorter than the complete atomic force microscope, thereby leading to a higher requirement for probes than AFM. Industrial grade AFMs to grow at the fastest rate for atomic force microscopy Industrial grade is expected to grow at a significant rate between 2019 and 2024. There is a great importance of high-quality images to detect defects in miniaturized products. Hence, industrial-grade AFM are more in demand owing to their high precision in detecting and visualizing even the smallest surface structures and defects in nanomaterials. Semiconductors and electronics market to offer a lucrative opportunity for atomic force microscopy applications Semiconductors and electronics are expected to grow at the highest rate. The semiconductor industry is one of the major industries using advanced microscopes such as transmission electron microscopes, atomic force microscopes, 3D optical microscopes, and confocal microscopes. AFM is used extensively in the semiconductor industry for R&D, quality control (QC), monitoring process development, and failure analysis. The growing demand for miniature transistor chips, nanoelectronics, quantum dots, and optoelectronics is the key factor surging the demand for microscopes in the semiconductor industry. APAC continues to grow significantly for the atomic force microscopy market APAC atomic force microscopy market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The growth of the atomic force microscopy market can be attributed to the growing R&D funding for the development of microscopes, increasing nanotechnology research, and growing expertise and academic excellence, along with the availability of nanomaterials at lower costs. Key Topics Covered 9.2.2 Canada 9.2.3 Mexico 126.96.36.199 Rising Number of R&D Activities in Nanotechnology are Likely to Enable Mexico to Be the Fastest-Growing Market in North America 9.3 Europe 9.3.1 Germany 188.8.131.52 Germany Expected to Continue to Hold Largest Size of European Market Owing to Growing Investments in Automobile Industry and Nanotechnology 9.3.2 UK 184.108.40.206 Increase in R&D Investments in Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, and Life Sciences are Expected to Surge Demand for AFM in UK 9.3.3 France 220.127.116.11 Announcement of 3 Times Increase in Investment in Biotechnology By French Government Would Boost Atomic Force Market Growth in France 9.3.4 Spain 18.104.22.168 High Expenditure of Spanish Government on R&D Pertaining to Life Sciences and Nanotechnology to Increase Demand for AFM 9.3.5 Italy 22.214.171.124 Nation's Participation in Mission Innovation Would Result in Development of Cutting-Edge Technologies, Thereby Augmenting Growth of Market 9.3.6 Netherlands 9.3.7 Russia 9.3.8 Switzerland 9.3.9 Rest of Europe
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