Terrestrial laser scanning systems are generally known as light detection and ranging (LiDAR); these works on the principle that is similar to Electronic Distance Measuring Instrument (EDMI). It involves firing of a laser beam from a transmitter and capturing the reflected light by a receiver. The distance between the transmitter and the object is calculated by using time of travel; wherein the size of the object is calculated by continuously releasing laser beam towards the object and analyzing the reflected beam. Terrestrial laser scanning method is a competent technique for obtaining real time data of very large to very small objects and areas in a considerably short period of time. This system is widely used in surveys to collect complex geometric data from machines, buildings, land and other objects.
Terrestrial Laser Scanning became popular in the early 2000 and was widely used for tasks, which included modeling and surveying intricate structure of a factory and other buildings. However, in the past decade, the terrestrial laser scanning technology has penetrated niche markets segments including residential building construction, mobile mapping of buildings and forest monitoring among many others.
These Terrestrial Laser Scanning market has been classified into five segments namely by mapping type, by product, by measurement method, by principle and by application. The market by mapping type has been further classified into panorama scanner, hybrid scanners and camera scanners among many others. The market by product has been classified into stationary laser scanner and dynamic laser scanner. Each of the segments has been further segmented to give a better insight of the market. The market has subsequently analyzed based on geography; the major regions covered are Americas, Europe, APAC and RoW.
The global market for terrestrial laser scanning was estimated to be $XX billion in 2015. The global market for Terrestrial Laser Scanning is estimated to grow at a CAGR of XX% and is forecast to reach $XX billion by 2021. The phase shift terrestrial laser scanners are forecast to have the largest market of $xx billion during the forecast period 2016-2021. Asia and Europe alone occupied a share of more than XX% in 2015. The overall demand for terrestrial laser scanners is anticipated to increase gradually in the forecast period due to growth in various industries globally.
Asia-Pacific is the leading market for Terrestrial Laser Scanning. Asia region is forecast to have highest growth in the next few years; China and Japan will drive the growth of the APAC market. Asian Terrestrial Laser Scanning value market accounts to XX% of the global market for Terrestrial Laser Scanning and is the fastest growing market followed by Americas. Growing infrastructure development in Brazil and Mexico will drive the demand for this technology. The market in Rest of the World is expected to witness significant growth in the forecast period due to large number of construction projects in Middle-East especially the U.A.E.
Apart from this, this report also looks into whole value chain, pricing analysis opportunity analysis of this market. This report also covers the major patents and also the constraints and challenges faced by this market. Competitive landscape for each of the product types is highlighted and market players are profiled with attributes of Company Overview, Financial Overview, Business Strategies, Product Portfolio and Recent Developments. The report contains the most detailed and in-depth segmentation of the Terrestrial Laser Scanning market.
Sample Companies profiled in this report are:
Trimble Navigation Limited (U.S.),
Fugro N.V. (Netherlands),
Faro Technologies, Inc. (U.S.),
Maptek Pty Limited (Australia),
Leica Geosystems HDS, LLC (U.S.),
Ametek, Inc (U.S.).