The Middle East and Africa temperature sensors market is projected to reach USD 0.29 billion by 2018 growing at a CAGR of 1.55% over the period 2014-2020. Temperature sensing has been gaining importance in the R&D and industrial settings, giving rise to a high demand for temperature sensors. Huge investments from the companies operating in the market to develop enhanced temperature sensor functionalities and the increasing adoption of HVAC modules act as the key factors driving the market. Technological advancements and reduced prices have resulted in the introduction of new applications in the HVAC space.
Temperature controls are essential for manufacturing, handling and storing of medical equipment and drugs. They are increasingly used in communication industry with growth in handheld communication devices. Growing demand for consumer electronics such as smartphones, cameras, and media players, which make use of microprocessors with temperature sensing ICs, will further boost the market. However, intense competition and significant price cuts may restrain the temperature sensors market over the forecast period.
The Middle East and Africa temperature sensors market is segmented on the basis of type, and industry. Middle East and Africa accounted for 6% of the global temperature sensor market in 2014. Middle East and Africa, being one of the major hubs for refineries, chemical and petrochemical processing plants, as well as metals and mining, has a consistent demand for temperature sensors.
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