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Electronic Test & Measurement Instruments Manufacturing Industry Profile

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Companies in this industry manufacture equipment used to test electrical properties and signals. Major companies include Danaher, Keysight Technologies, National Instruments, and Teradyne (all based in the US), along with Anritsu (Japan), Rohde & Schwarz (Germany), Spirent Communications (UK), and Yokogawa Electric (Japan).

The global electronic test and measurement instruments market is forecast to reach $23 billion by 2021, according to Technavio. The industry requires the use of semiconductors and other electronic components most commonly sourced from manufacturers in Asia. World events and regional economic fluctuations that interrupt supplier activity or supply chains can delay product shipments and impact a company’s profitability.

The US electronic test and measurement instruments manufacturing industry includes about 800 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of about $11 billion.

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Demand is driven by growth in industries such as electronics and semiconductor manufacturing, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense. The profitability of individual companies depends on controlling manufacturing costs and maintaining continuous, rapid product innovation. Large companies enjoy economies of scale in sourcing components and product distribution. Small companies can compete by specializing in equipment for niche markets or developing a reputation for high-quality products. The US industry is concentrated: the largest 50 companies account for about 70% of revenue. US companies face competition from foreign manufacturers: electronic test and measurement equipment imports account for about 60% of the market.

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Global OTA Testing Market 2018-2023 by Offering, Technology, and Applications – A $1.77 Billion Market Opportunity Driven by Evolving 5G Technology – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

April 11, 2018 05:08 AM Pacific Daylight Time
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “OTA Testing Market by Offering (Hardware, and Services), Technology (5G, LTE, UMTS, GSM, and CDMA), Applications (Telecommunication & Consumer Devices, Automotive , Smart City, Industrial), and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

“OTA Testing Market by Offering (Hardware, and Services), Technology (5G, LTE, UMTS, GSM, and CDMA), Applications (Telecommunication & Consumer Devices, Automotive , Smart City, Industrial), and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023”

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The market was valued at USD 1.09 Billion in 2018 and is expected to reach USD 1.77 Billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 10.13% during the forecast period.

The growth of the market is propelled by the evolving 5G technology, implementation of OTA testing across the supply chain, and the growing IoT market.

The report covers the OTA testing market on the basis of offering, applications, technology, and geography. Among technologies, LTE accounted for the largest market in 2017. The growing market share of OTA testing in LTE can be attributed to the increasing use of LTE technologies for telecommunications and consumer device applications. OTA testing for LTE-M for IoT applications will further driver the LTE segment. The increasing demand for LTE technologies such as LTE-M for long-range communications is attributed to the growing need for connectivity among mobile objects spread out across a wide area. This increasing demand drives the growth of the market.

Market Dynamics

Drivers

Evolving 5G Technology to Drive the OTA Testing Market
Growing IoT Market Facilitates Higher Use of OTA Testing Devices
OTA Testing Across Supply Chain
Restraints

OTA Testing, a Non-Ideal Solution for Large Form-Factor Devices
Opportunities

Consolidation of IoT Development and RF-Proficient Companies
Challenges

Lack of Support for OTA in Radiated Two-Stage Testing
Antenna Array Complexity, Calibration, and Irregularity

Key Topics Covered

1 Introduction

3 Executive Summary

4 Premium Insights

5 Market Overview

6 OTA Testing Market, by Type

7 OTA Testing Market, by Offering

8 OTA Testing Market, by Technology

9 OTA Testing Market, by Application

10 Geographic Analysis

11 Competitive Landscape

12 Company Profile

Intertek
Bureau Veritas
Anritsu
Rohde & Schwarz
Eurofins Scientific
UL LLC
MVG
SGS
Cetecom
ETS Lindgren
TV Rheinland
Electro Magnetic Test Inc.
Testilabs
Octoscope Inc.
Verkotan
Spirent Communications
Bluflux LLC
Element Materials Technology
National Technical Systems
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Automation Testing Market Worth 19.27 Billion USD by 2023

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

PUNE, India, April 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

According to a new market research report “Automation Testing Market by Technology (IoT, AI, and Big Data), Testing Type (Functional, Performance, Compatibility, and Security), Service (Advisory & Consulting, Managed, and Implementation), Endpoint Interface, and Region – Global Forecast to 2023”, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the market size is expected to grow from USD 8.52 Billion in 2018 to USD 19.27 Billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.7% during the forecast period (2018-2023).

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The major factors that are expected to drive the growth of the Automation Testing Market include the increasing mobile devices and technologies and DevOps methodology. In addition, digital transformation of testing, and increase in Return on Investment (RoI) from automation testing are some of the factors that are expected to drive the market growth.

The non-functional testing segment is expected to be the fastest-growing testing type in the Automation Testing Market during the forecast period

Non-functional testing comprises evaluating a system’s performance under load, testing its security, and verifying the disaster recovery procedures and infrastructure placed to go live. This testing mostly deals with the quality of software or applications to be developed and deployed. Automation of non-functional testing enables testers to further enhance the quality of the software, thereby reducing the testing maintenance costs.

The implementation service segment is expected to hold the largest market share in the Automation Testing Market during the forecast period

Implementation services help provide assistance in test case methodologies, creating customized technical controls and steering technologies, and test data analysis. These services comprise customer-specific extensions and integrations, installations, and roll out services. Moreover, implementation services are an important aspect of executing automation testing, as they help implement new versions of automation testing tools as well as integrate those tools with the traditional testing ecosystem.

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North America is expected to have the largest market share in the Automation Testing Market during the forecast period

North America is expected to have the largest market share in the global Automation Testing Market, due to the presence of sustainable and well-established economies in this region, which empowers it to invest strongly in Research and Development (R&D) activities. The continuous spread of digital transformation across various verticals, and the growing convergence of different technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), and analytics, have created an impact in the region and led to an increase in the IT budget as compared to the previous year. According to the World Quality Report 2017-2018, 90% respondents in the US and 69% in Canada have seen an increase in their organization budget for QA and testing. With technological advancements, the other most noticeable trend in the region is the adoption of agile and DevOps methodologies among enterprises. According to the World Quality Report 2017-2018, the most popular agile framework adoption in the region include Scrum, SAFe, Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM), and hybrid models. These models ensure that organizations are focusing on speed and time-to-market, and have led to the creation of a small, integrated team that can handle tasks related to testing.

Some of the major vendors in the Automation Testing Market include as IBM (US), CA Technologies (US), Microsoft (US), SmartBear Software (US), and Parasoft (US).

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The global electronic test and measurement instruments market is forecast to reach $23 billion by 2021, according to Technavi

Monday, February 26th, 2018

Companies in this industry manufacture equipment used to test electrical properties and signals. Major companies include Danaher, Keysight Technologies, National Instruments, and Teradyne (all based in the US), along with Anritsu (Japan), Rohde & Schwarz (Germany), Spirent Communications (UK), and Yokogawa Electric (Japan).

The global electronic test and measurement instruments market is forecast to reach $23 billion by 2021, according to Technavio. The industry requires the use of semiconductors and other electronic components most commonly sourced from manufacturers in Asia. World events and regional economic fluctuations that interrupt supplier activity or supply chains can delay product shipments and impact a company’s profitability.

The US electronic test and measurement instruments manufacturing industry includes about 800 establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of about $11 billion.

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Demand is driven by growth in industries such as electronics and semiconductor manufacturing, telecommunications, and aerospace and defense. The profitability of individual companies depends on controlling manufacturing costs and maintaining continuous, rapid product innovation. Large companies enjoy economies of scale in sourcing components and product distribution. Small companies can compete by specializing in equipment for niche markets or developing a reputation for high-quality products. The US industry is concentrated: the largest 50 companies account for about 70% of revenue.

US companies face competition from foreign manufacturers: electronic test and measurement equipment imports account for about 60% of the market.

MEMS packaging & testing: the next opportunity for OSATs?

Monday, January 15th, 2018

LYON, France – More than half of MEMS packaging today is done by OSATs and Yole Développement (Yole) estimates OSATs’ market share will continue to grow in the next five years. The MEMS volume augmentation, especially for RF applications, is making the MEMS business more and more attractive for OSATs, which have started to offer wider range of packaging solutions and tests, accordingly to automotive standards.
Yole’s analysts pursue their analysis of the advanced packaging industry applied to MEMS devices. Facing a dynamic market, the company details the technical and business trends and offers its vision of the industry. In terms of packaging and testing, are MEMS devices the next opportunity for OSAT companies?

In the era of smart devices, sensing is essential as devices become substitutes for human beings. People are surrounded by sensors, relying on them for safety, entertainment, food production, transportation… Whether sensors are used in smartphones, in cars or in aircraft, there are two major challenges beyond their original function: integration and reliability.

MEMS Industry: business models & revenues in 2016*

MEMS technologies have enabled performant, miniaturized, cost-effective and reliable sensors, some of them withstanding high temperatures and harsh environments. The diversity of MEMS devices and the different technologies involved in their manufacture have led to a complex but sustainable supply chain from design to testing involving foundries, OSATs and MEMS vendors. The MEMS packaging business is organized around five main families: inertial MEMS, environmental MEMS, optical MEMS, acoustic MEMS and RF MEMS.

If the LGA package remains the most commonly used platform, the trend towards sensor fusion and the aggregation of several sensors in one device stresses the interest in using SiP and hybrid package platforms alike; like the recent launch from Invensense/TDK of a 7-axis sensor combining accelerometer, gyroscope and pressure sensor.

Originally MEMS devices were packaged and tested by IDMs or MEMS vendors; OSATs entered the MEMS packaging business and they have not stopped grasping market share since. Their next opportunity is MEMS testing, that has been retained by IDMs for confidentiality reasons and due to reliability issues for customers.

In some cases, it makes sense economically to perform packaging at OSATs’ facilities when logic and MEMS dies are sourced from several suppliers.

The market research and strategy consulting company Yole estimates that the MEMS packaging market will grow from a market value of US$2.56 billion in 2016 to US$6.46 billion in 2022 – a 16.7% CAGR over this period, including MEMS-based RF devices . This doubling of the market is a significant opportunity from which OSATs will benefit the most, based on Yole estimates. In an recent @Micronews interviewAlan Evans, MEMS Business Development/Technical Program Manager at Unisem Group – a Malaysian OSAT which according to Yole ranks at #6 in the MEMS packaging business – explained that the standardization of some MEMS packages fosters the outsourcing to IDMs or OSATs as the volume of dies packaged at OSATs, leveraged by their different customers, enables better cost-competitive packaging solutions.

The question remains whether the same trend will be followed in MEMS testing, as tests can represent between 30-90% of final component price depending on the end application. Some OSATs are targeting this as a new business opportunity, like Amkor Technology which has recently announced its testing capabilities, including MEMS testing.

The automotive market, which is currently undergoing a revolution with the development of smart vehicles, is a playground for sensors vendors but also presents a new challenge. The lifetime of automotive sensors is expected to be 10 years as against three to four years for smartphones. Whilst there can be a trade-off between reliability and cost for infotainment devices in cars, this is not the case for safety devices, which require more testing, burn-in testing and finished package inspection. Equipment suppliers, MEMS and MEMS package designers and OSATs are working closely to enable cost-effective testing solutions.

Yole’s analysts will attend NEPCON Japan: IC & Sensor Packaging Technology Expo next week. Emilie Jolivet, Technology & Market Analyst, will be presenting a relevant presentation entitled “MEMS sensor and IC advanced package: how automotive and AI will challenge the packaging business” on January 17 at 9:30AM – Session ISP-1. In her presentation, Emilie wil offer an overview of the advanced packaging industry, with a special focus on packaging and testing for MEMS devices as well as challenges in the automotive industry. Yole pursues its market and technology investigations dedicated to the automotive industry with a large number of technology and market analyses (more on i-micronews website). The company invites you to meet its experts at booth E71-103, in the Automotive World exhibition area, in parallel with NEPCON Japan.

For more information about Yole Développement and its participation, contact Camille Veyrier (veyrier@yole.fr). 

This article has been written by Emilie Jolivet, Technology & Market Analyst, Yole Développement, in the Advanced Packaging and Semiconductor Manufacturing team.
She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Physics specializing in Microelectronics from INSA Toulouse. After an internship in failure analysis at Freescale, she took the position of R&D engineer for seven years in photovoltaic business and co-authored several scientific articles. Enriched by this experience, she graduated with an MBA from IAE Lyon and then joined EV Group as a business development manager in 3D & Advanced Packaging before joining Yole Développement in 2016.

Acronyms:
MEMS: Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
OSAT : Outsourced Semiconductor Assembly and Test company
RF : Radio Frequency
LGA : Land Grid Array
SiP : System-in-Package
IDM : Integrated Devices Manufacturer

Sources:
(1) and (2) MEMS packaging report, Yole Développement, 2017

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