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Thermal Imaging Market
According to a recently published report, the Global Thermal Imaging Market is expected to grow at the CAGR of 9.2% during 2015-2022 and it estimated to be $11.2 billion by 2022. The Global Thermal Imaging Market is segmented on the basis of application, solution and geography. The report on Global Thermal Imaging Market Forecast 2012-2022 provides detailed overview and predictive analysis of the market.
The Global Thermal Imaging Market is expected to grow exponentially due to rise in demand for commercial applications and thermal camera in smartphone industry reported by, Occams Business research. The increasing demand for Global Thermal Imaging Market is increasing due to huge demand created by rising smartphone users.
Global Thermal Imaging Market is expected to contribute highest in North America followed by Europe. Rise in adoption of thermal imaging applications such as Surveillance, surveys, radiology, threat detection major drivers for the Global Thermal Imaging Market. FLIR Systems, Danaher Corporation, DRS Technologies, BAE Systems, Sofradir Group, Axis Communications, L-3 Communications, Raytheon and so on. Mergers and acquisition, partnerships are the key winning strategy of the market.
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