Market DynamicsThe global 3D scanner market 2020 can expect to achieve an attractive valuation of USD 5.83 Billion by 2022, believes Market Research Future (MRFR).
MRFR also projects that the expansion rate of the market can be 7.11% between 2016 and 2022 (review period).Main Drivers and Top ChallengesThe 3D scanner market receives a strong back up from factors like rapid advancements in technology coupled with the growing research and development (R) spending.
Introduction of structured light technology and the declining demand for traditional laser dot technology can drastically enhance the business growth in the coming years.
Incipient trends like Internet of Things (IoT), Mixed Reality (MR), as well as the increasing interaction between wearable devices in aerospace designing and automotive fabrication can also spell success for the global market.
With the convergence of such technologies, the market can note a surge in better immersive and interactive experiences in the future.Mounting number of advanced wearable devices as well as portable 3D scanners can render the human-techno interaction more realistic, immersive and also adjunct with fabrication techniques.
With the rising expectations among users for real-life experiences instead of a retro-manufactured look can lead to better growth prospects for the market in the approaching years.Leading ContendersSome of the leading contenders in the market for 3D scanner are Autodesk Inc. (U.S.), Trimble Navigation Ltd. (U.S.), Topcon Corporation (Japan), Hexagon AB (Sweden), Creaform Inc. (Ametek Inc.) (U.S.), Nikon Metrology (Belgium), 3D Systems Corporation (U.S.), Carl Zeiss Optotechnik GmbH (Germany), GOM mbH (Germany), Faro Technologies Inc. (U.S.), to mention a few.Get Free Sample [email protected] https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2546Market Segmentation Type, vertical, range, offering, product and application are the primary segments as per which the market has been covered in the report.The primary types of 3D scanners in the market are optical scanner, structured light scanner and laser scanner.The verticals using 3D scanners are healthcare, energy & power, aerospace, media & entertainment, and others.