The Internet of Things market is opening higher and higher
Introduction: In November 2008, IBM Corporation of the United States mentioned in its foreign strategy that it was necessary to embed and equip its sensors in various objects such as power grids, railways, bridges, tunnels, roads, buildings, water systems, dams, and oil and gas pipelines. And are generally connected to form the Internet of Things. For ten years, data shows that in 2017, the global Internet of Things market reached US$450 billion.
In November 2008, IBM of the United States stated in its external strategy that it was necessary to embed and equip its sensors in various objects such as power grids, railways, bridges, tunnels, roads, buildings, water systems, dams, oil and gas pipelines, etc., and Is universally connected to form the Internet of Things. In ten years, the data shows that in 2017, the global Internet of Things market reached US$450 billion, and the Internet of Things industry has developed rapidly and has broad prospects. According to data from research institutions, by 2020, the overall scale of the global Internet of Things market can be expanded to 1.29 trillion US dollars. With the deepening of the Internet of Things process, sensors embedded in devices will be ubiquitous and distributed in every corner of the world.
The Internet of Things market opened higher and higher
In the next few years, the Internet of Things will usher in a boom-style development. The economic improvement of quality and efficiency as well as industrial transformation and upgrading will make the development of the Internet of Things more prominent. The wide application of the Internet of Things will not only transform and upgrade traditional industries, promote the development of advanced manufacturing, but will also nurture and develop new industries and promote the development of modern service industries. In particular, a series of application pilots and demonstrations have been carried out in areas such as industrial automation, environmental protection, medical and public health, and public safety, and initial progress has been made.
Lu Lei, senior manager of ADI's industry market, said that the IOT is a market that ADI is focusing on. Add a variety of sensors in the factory or industrial applications, combined with big data, can achieve the monitoring and health management of equipment. Simply put, the Internet of Things can replace traditional manual inspections and other mechanisms to perform real-time monitoring and predict the future failure of the machine, reduce the failure rate and increase production efficiency. In addition to the new factory that can build IoT factories, due to the slower upgrading of industrial products, many old plants and equipment have the need for network monitoring before they are replaced. Therefore, how to help customers to transform the existing equipment to realize the Internet of Things is an important issue.
Chen Pinglu, vice president of sales and marketing for Greater China in A&M Greater China, pointed out that the networking of cars and smart homes are the direction of Amys Semiconductor's focus and development. These markets are characterized by a high degree of integration, more emphasis on the user's experience and product customization. High degree of integration is reflected in the product's modularity, but the content and functions integrated in different customer modules reflect different customization requirements, so as to better position the product and solve the terminal customers' different pain points. The specifications of the customer's products are not only reflected in the electrical specifications, but also put forward higher application-level requirements. This requires more in-depth cooperation of sensors, hardware and software.
Wang Yuanfang, Marketing Department of Rom Semiconductor (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. said that taking a look around, the Internet of Things has been applied to every corner of our lives. Small to a variety of wearable devices, shared bicycles, smart appliances, large cars, factories and buildings, etc., the Internet of things makes all devices interconnected and smart applications. However, as far as our products and technologies are concerned, IoT solutions for many applications such as industrial Internet of Things, car networking, and smart homes are involved, but they may be more connected to the interconnection of consumer electronic products such as smart homes. Smart wear and other applications.
The Internet of Things market opened higher and higher
Remember the grand scene when iPhone X was released last year? Keckie voted to name the new 3D sensor supply chain for iPhone, including more than 20 suppliers including TSMC, Hon Hai, Sharp, Tongxin Electric, Da Liguang, Jade Light, SONY, and Steiner. This allows the 3D sensor to have no time, and sensor manufacturers must also see the trend of smartphones adopting a large number of 3D sensors. If the popularity of this market is very impressive. The research report released by US media agency Zenith predicts that in 2018, the number of smart phone users in China will reach 1.3 billion, and India will be ranked second, also reaching 530 million. According to a 3D sensor for each mobile phone, shipments will reach billions. How do sensor manufacturers respond to this market boom?
Chen Pinglu believes that 2017 is the first year of 3D sensors. Emis Semiconductor will focus on the application of 3D sensor development. In addition, for the consumer market, spectral sensor applications will be widely used in the future of portable consumer products, so spectral sensors will also be the focus of the development of Amys Semiconductor.
Lu Lei mentioned that ADI has already laid out a 3D sensor. 3D sensors have a wide range of application scenarios both in consumer applications such as mobile phones and in industrial automation and internet of things applications. The current 3D sensor based on ADI products is the industry's highest resolution product. Everyone will soon see the market for 3D sensors using ADI's products.
In August 2009, China formally listed the Internet of Things as one of the country's five emerging strategic industries. It was included in the “Government Work Report.” The importance of the Internet of Things in our country's national policy far exceeds that of Europe and the United States. The data shows that in 2015, the scale of China's Internet of Things market was about 750 billion yuan. The development goal of the “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” is that by 2020, an internationally competitive IoT industry system will basically take shape, and the total industry scale including perception manufacturing, network transmission, and intelligent information services will exceed 1.5 trillion yuan. The proportion of information services has increased dramatically. The government policy dividend has allowed companies to smell business opportunities. The Chinese Internet of Things market is a blue ocean for all participating companies, and sensor manufacturers are no exception.
Chen Pinglu responded by saying that aiming at the overall trend of consumption upgrade and the localization of the medical industry, Amyss Semiconductor has introduced a series of analog front-ends and readout circuits with higher integration, lower noise, and lower system cost. The medical imaging equipment including CT, X-ray, magnetic resonance, and tomography scanners can achieve higher image quality in shorter working hours and lower radiation dose.