01 December 2020
Visiongain has launched a new report Night Vision Technologies Market Report 2020-2030: Forecasts by Product Type (Goggles, Cameras, Scopes), by Application (Military and Defence, Wildlife Spotting and Conservation, Surveillance, Navigation, Other Applications), by Technology (Image Intensifier, Thermal Imaging, Infrared Illumination) and Regional and Leading National Market Analysis PLUS Analysis of Leading Night Vision Technologies Companies AND COVID-19 Recovery Scenarios.
Night Vision Technologies Market is driven by the increasing adoption of this technologies in surveillance, navigation and wildlife observation. Additionally, Companies are developing new night vision products using artificial intelligence to enhance its features.
Visiongain anticipates the global night vision technologies market is estimated to grow from $xx million in 2020 and is expected to reach $xx million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of xx%. as a result of technological advancement, the night vision devices are gaining more acceptance for use in military and law enforcement. Additionally, due to the easy availability and low prices there is a growing demand for this technology in non-military areas. Night vision technology has many advantages, at home or outdoors. Although this revolutionary technology was first applied to the military, it has had an influence in numerous fields, including hunting and wildlife observation.
COVID-19 Impact on Night Vision Technologies Market
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, night vision technology experienced a limited development. The manufacturing of night vision equipment has been stopped by several producers across the countries. For example, one of its main clients, the Chinese military, has to wait as the company has stopped manufacturing night vision scopes and other items to free up the opportunity to pump out its fever detectors. In recent months, China's largest thermal imaging equipment manufacturer has sold thousands of fever monitoring technologies as governments and corporations hurry to deploy them at airports, train stations and other public gathering locations.
Night vision is of vital significance for military operations, as elevated terror attacks at night have caused causalities to rise in the night, for example. In addition, the use of Night Vision systems helped the armies track the infiltrators and prevent the casualties. Furthermore, U.S. flyers have used Night Vision devices to track and locate threats during night airstrikes in Afghanistan. Infrared beams are also used to identify targets with a light imperceptible to the human eye but visible to those who use infrared detection systems.
There have been major technical advances that make it possible to see in the dark and full colour, making it easier to easily recognise objects of interest and improve the overall situation understanding of a consumer significantly. New photodetectors might enhance night vision, thermal sensing, and medical imaging Photodetectors are light sensors; they sense patterns of elementary particles called photons in cameras and other imaging devices, and they generate images from those patterns. Various photodetectors are designed to sense various parts of the light spectrum. For example, in night vision goggles, photodetectors are used to sense thermal radiation that is invisible to the naked eye. Others are used in cameras which, through how they reflect light, recognise chemicals in the environment.
Growth in the global Night Vision technologies market is expected to be on the backdrop of opportunities that emerging Asia-Pacific and Latin America markets offer. Emerging markets such as China, India and Brazil are among the favoured destinations for car and Night Vision system manufacturers. The increased use of Night Vision technology in automobiles and the growing number of automotive factories in China and India, among other markets, are likely to provide opportunities for manufacturers of Night Vision devices in the coming years. In addition, the use of Night Vision devices in cars lets drivers see where the range of headlights is low in dark or bad weather conditions. Thermographic cameras are employed in cars. Another major factor which will contribute to the adoption of Night Vision systems in the automotive sector is growing concern about accidents.
Moreover, the companies are signing contracts with the governments to provide night vison devices. For instance, in 2018, Newcon Optik secured a grant for night vision devices by the United Nations. Newcon Optik Canada received a contract in Iraq for the provision of night vision devices with training and repair packages. The project was signed and is estimated at $834,058 by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).
As of 2020, the night vision technologies technology is fragmented with the presence of many established international and national manufacturers. Some of the major players analysed in the report are FLIR Systems, Inc., L3Harris Technologies, Inc., Elbit Systems of America, LLC, American Technologies Network Corporation, Rockwell Collins Inc., Thales group, BAE Systems Plc, Bharat Electronics Limited, Yukon Advanced Optics Worldwide; Raytheon Company, SATIR, Bushnell, Firefield, Apresys, Inc., Luna Optics, Meopta and Newcon Optik.
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