The global hyperspectral imaging market is forecast to touch US$ 2 Bn by 2032 end, registering a staggering 11.34% CAGR, as per a recently revamped study by Fact.MR. Boosted by a surge in demand from industrial clusters for efficient imagery analysis, the hyperspectral remote sensing market has seen a boom in investment.
From 2017 to 2021, prospects for hyperspectral imaging remained largely robust, experiencing a CAGR worth 10% during the said historical period. With the onset of COVID-19, prospects took a backseat across several application industries, including space research. However, its scope has heightened significantly in the healthcare domain, specifically for detecting the presence of the novel coronavirus in infected patients.
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Key Takeaways from the Market Study
- Global demand for hyperspectral imaging to be valued at US$ 683 Mn by 2022-end
- Agriculture and forestry to emerge as a lucrative investment pocket for hyperspectral imaging
- Aerospace & defense to remain a high growth segment, registering a 14% value CAGR
- U.S to be an attractive investment destination, accumulating 22% revenue by 2022-end
- China to experience a CAGR of 12%, amid high applications in space programs
- Extensive research in the healthcare domain to widen growth prospects in Germany, registering a 9% CAGR
“A rise in investment in aerospace and satellites, as well as military expenditures, are expected to boost the market demand for hyperspectral imaging technology in the years to come” says the Fact.MR analyst.
Key Segments Covered in Hyperspectral Imaging Industry Survey
End Use Industry
- Mining and Mineral
- Forestry and Agriculture
- Infrastructure and Urban Planning
- Oil & Gas
- Utility and Energy
- Aerospace & Defense
- Environment Monitoring and Control
- Other Industries
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- In October 2021, CUBERT GmBH launches HIS-ULTRIS 5, a miniature Hyperspectral Video Imager with Light Field Technology. The new ULTRIS 20 offers the same spectral range as their previous model (450-850 nm – VNIR), with an 8-nm sampling rate, 50 band total, 15 Hz frame rate, and 250 x 250 pixel resolution.
- In July 2021, Resonon introduced the Pika NUV2 hyperspectral camera. The instrument scans ultraviolet light and covers a spectral range of 330 nm – 800 nm, making it the only commercially available ultraviolet imaging system. This device will allow for new research and development in a variety of fields including insect, animal, agricultural, and horticultural vision, and industrial quality control.