NanoMarkets Announces Release of Report, “Radiation Detection Materials Markets 2013″
GLEN ALLEN, Va., May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced the launch of its newest report of the radiation detection materials market. The report titled “Radiation Detection Materials Markets 2013″ predicts that scintillation (crystalline and thin-film), semiconductor, and non-(3)He neutron detector materials revenues will grow from $2.3 billion (USD) this year to $3.7 billion in 2020. The firm states that medical imaging will comprise the largest market for these materials followed by domestic and military and nuclear and scientific related applications.
Additional details about this report are available on the firm’s website at http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/radiation_detection_materials_markets_2013 .
NanoMarkets will be issuing a related report titled, “Markets for Radiation Detection Equipment” later in May. Additional details about that report are available at http://nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/markets_for_radiation_detection_equipment .
The reports can be purchased as a set or individually.
About the report:
This report identifies the latest opportunities for radiation detection materials and especially those that have emerged since NanoMarkets groundbreaking report in 2011. A particular focus of this year’s report is how the opportunities for radiation materials are likely to change in the light of latest developments in end user sectors. In each of these applications – and in others – this report examines which materials can best capitalize on the available opportunities, now and in the future.
Scintillation (crystalline and thin-film), semiconductor, and non-(3)He neutron radiation detection materials are covered in this report in which we show how improving costs and performance is helping to increase the addressable markets for these materials. As with all NanoMarkets reports, the new analysis of the radiation detection materials markets contains a granular eight year forecast, broken down by application (domestic security, medical imaging, military, nuclear power, industrial and geophysical) and type of material. These forecasts are provided in terms of both revenues ($ millions) and volume (cubic centimeters sold). Over 40 forecast tables are included in the report.
Companies mentioned in the report include; Acrorad, Alpha Spectra, BAE Systems, Canberra, Dynasil, GE, Horiba, HQTec, Northrop Grumman, Omega Piezo, Ortec, Phillips, Redlen Technologies, Saint Gobain, Siemens, Zecotek
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging markets in advanced materials and provides unique coverage and forecasting of radiation detection markets. Visit
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