A new report into the market for airborne particle monitors has highlighted Aeroqual as a leader in the field.
According to the latest market study released by Technavio, the global air particle monitoring system market is projected to grow to at a CAGR of more than 7% up to 2021. Titled “Global Air Particle Monitor System Market 2017-2021” the report was released in August 2017.
Aeroqual has for more than a decade been known for its innovative gas monitoring products. In recent years we have acquired knowledge and capability in particle monitoring, and this report shows how far we have come in a short space of time. Aeroqual’s ambient dust monitoring stations – the Dust Sentry, Dust Profiler, and AQM 65 – have become well known in the industry. In addition Aeroqual will be announcing the introduction of a portable particle monitor for use outdoors and indoors.
Who are the leaders in air particle monitors?
The report identifies the following companies as leaders in the field:
- Beckman Coulter
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
The market is becoming increasingly competitive – with local and international competitors fighting for market share. The report’s authors note that regional or local vendors are finding it increasingly difficult to compete against the international vendors in terms of quality, features, functionalities, and services.
Other prominent vendors mentioned in the report include 3M, Emerson, Honeywell International, HORIBA, Particle Measuring Systems, Pegasor, RION, Siemens, Testo (India), and Vaisala,
Air particle monitor market
Based on the reserchers’ findings green buildings are expected to be the driving force for continued growth in the market. Green buildings are those that meet high standards for sustainable use of energy and materials, and are expected to be better for people to work in than other buildings. There are numerous green building certifications available globally such as LEED by US Green Building Council.
Other key drivers of market demand include:
- growing demand for cleanrooms in pharmaceutical, health and biotechnology industries
- technology advances such as personal air sensors is widening the addressable market.
New applications for air particle monitors are emerging. A recent article highlighted the opportunity for automakers to integrate particle monitors on board vehicles.
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in London, UK, Technavio has offices across North America, Europe, and Asia. Covering more than 100 industries across 50 countries, Technavio develops over 5,000 research reports every year. Enterprises of all sizes, including many Fortune 500 companies, rely on these reports for actionable market insights.
Carl has been responsible for growth at Aeroqual since 2012. In practice this means wearing many hats – sales, marketing, digital/IT, product, support, and technical services. He has deep experience in commercialising new technology and scaling up sensor tech companies.