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FNIRS Brain Imaging System Market 2019
The brain is a complex part of the body that controls all other parts and organs. Any small abnormality in the functioning of the brain can affect the person instantly. An fNIRS brain imaging system is a non-invasive monitoring system that studies the human brain and checks out the changes in the blood volume and oxygen that the brain receives continuously. This also detects the amount of oxygenated and deoxygenated haemoglobin molecules in the blood that helps understand cerebral activity in detail.
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This non-invasive fNIRS brain imaging system is extensively used in research institutions where researchers can study the effect of brain functions like analysis, planning, problem solving and attention. This system is to be worn over the head and this can continuously monitor the person in his/her natural environment too. Studying cerebral activities is vital to understand physiological and psychological changes in human beings. This is creating a demand for quality products in this industry.
This report is an analysis of the different aspects of the fNIRS brain imaging system industry. The analysts who have worked on the report gives a clear idea of the present and the future state of the industry and the potential restraints and opportunities it will face. The report concludes that the current market value (2019) of the industry is USD 110 million and this is projected to grow to USD 210 million in 2024. The report also expects a CAGR of 11.6% in the next five years.
There are two basic types of products that this report talks about. Both the desk type and the portable type of fNIRS brain imaging system products are analyzed in detail by the report and their growth and revenue for the future, their demand in the market and their value and volume of production forecasted are all investigated and results are drawn. This report also talks about the different application areas of these products. Universities, hospitals, research institutions, and other common areas and their potential demand for the products of this industry are studied by the report.
The growth of the global fNIRS brain imaging system market in regions like North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East are explained in detail in this report. The report talks about the key players in these areas and their export and import numbers of the products from this market. The new product launches of these companies and the different sub-markets created are also analyzed in depth. The information provided in the report will help stakeholders decide on whether they want to invest in this market right away or if they want to wait and watch.
A research supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was published in February 2019. This used an fNIRS brain imaging system to conclude that children from disadvantaged backgrounds fail to perceive visual changes in their society like other kids do.
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Some Major Key Points Included In This Report :
- Market Overview
- Manufacturers Profiles
- Global fNIRS Brain Imaging System Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer (2017-2018)
- Global fNIRS Brain Imaging System Market Analysis by Regions
- North America fNIRS Brain Imaging System by Country
- Europe fNIRS Brain Imaging System by Country
- Asia-Pacific fNIRS Brain Imaging System by Country
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