Chemical sensors are devices which combine the capability of special recognition element and transducers to detect the presence of specific chemical compounds referred to as analyte. The recognition element is sensitive to the presence of specific chemical compounds which is converted into a measurable signal by the transducer with the value of the generated signal directly proportional to the concentration of the analyte.
Chemical sensors can be broadly classified into gas, electrochemical, and other types. Advancements in technology and intensifying research in chemical production and processing are bolstering widespread adoption of chemicals in an assortment of industries such as food, biomedical, pharmaceuticals, industrial safety, environmental protection, and security.
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Nanomaterial-based Chemical Sensors to Open New Avenues in the Market
Manufacturers operating in the chemical sensors market are increasingly leveraging nanotechnology to substantially reduce the size of the devices on the back of increasing demand for portable sensing devices in end-user industries. Electrochemical sensors which exhibit luminescence changes when coming into contact with specific chemical molecules are increasingly finding usage in the production of nanomaterial-based chemical sensors owing to their compatibility with standalone optical readers with wireless communication capabilities.
Chemical Sensors to Find Extensive Adoption in Tech-based Biomedical Applications
Chemical Sensors Market – Competitive Landscape
Leveraging advancements in nanotechnology Vaporsens, a leading player operating in the chemical sensor market, joined hands with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality in 2018 for the development of a network of nanofiber chemical sensors to monitor the concentration of toxins in the air in real time.
To capitalize on the growing demand for chemical sensors in healthcare diagnostics, JMR Innovation GmbH developed a prototype named SniffPhone, a portable device which uses nanotechnology-based chemical sensors to detect gastric cancer in a patient from their exhaled breath.
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Burgeoning demand for chemical sensors in the food processing industry is creating lucrative opportunities for manufacturers in the chemical sensors market. Banking on the trend, iSense LLC is in the midst of manufacturing a portable optoelectronic nose which will be using chemical sensors for monitoring freshness of meat products and helping in the identification of fraudulent whiskeys.
Intensifying innovations in the chemical sensors market continue to accelerate with REDFINCH, an association of eight European research institutes, announcing the development of high-performance and cost-effective chemical sensors using silicon mid-infrared photonic integrated circuits.
Other leading players operating in the chemical sensors market include Spec Sensors, Design West Technologies, Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG, Bioinspira, Inc., Spec Sensors, and Dioxide Materials.