After a 30% surge in CMOS image sensor sales in 2019, it will drop to $17.8 billion in 2020
Recently, ICInsights, a world-renowned semiconductor market consulting agency, released the “Global Optoelectronics, Sensors, and Discrete Device Market Report”. The report shows that due to the 2020 new coronavirus As a result of the pneumonia epidemic, global sales of CMOS image sensors will decline for the first time in ten years, but they will reach a record high in 2021.
After a 30% surge in CMOS image sensor sales in 2019, it will drop to $17.8 billion in 2020. This 350-page report shows that CMOS image sensor sales will rebound by 15% in 2021, reaching a record high of US$20.4 billion. Of course, this is based on the fact that the global epidemic was contained in the middle of the year, and market demand will resume in the second half of 2020.
In the 10 to 15 years at the beginning of this century, the sales growth of CMOS image sensors was mainly driven by the increase in shipments of mobile phones with cameras, but as the mobile phone market became saturated, this trend began to slow down. In the past decade, the development of embedded digital imaging systems has set off a new round of growth, including more cameras for car safety and driver assistance functions in vehicles, medical applications, facial recognition, and wearable cameras , 3D video, virtual/augmented reality and other uses besides mobile phones and cameras.
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