Microfluidic Device Systems Market in North America to Grow at Striking 21.70% CAGR from 2013 to 2019
Drug screening, micro fuel cells, chemical micro reactor, sugar testers, and microprocessor cooling are a few of the key areas which extensively use microfluidic devices. In 2013, the global microfluidic device system market had a market value of US$1531.2 million. Owing to factors such as increasing application of microfluidic device systems in the areas of proteomics and genomics, this market is anticipated to reach US$5246.4 million by 2019, growing at a CAGR of 22.8% from 2013 to 2019. Microfluidic devices are a nascent scientific field of study with enormous commercial and analytical applications.
The robust growth of the global microfluidic device system market can be attributed to key factors such as a high demand for point of care testing, miniaturization of chips, and changes in material mix. Miniaturization of chips leads to lower costs of testing, and changing material mix leads to newer opportunities for new market entrants.
Demand for Point of Care Testing to Propel Overall Demand from Microfluidics Device System Market
The global microfluidic device system market is segmented on the basis of material type, application, industry, and geography. On the basis of material type, this market is segmented into polymer, silicon, and glass. Based on application, the global microfluidic device system market is classified into environment and industry, clinical and veterinary diagnostics, drug delivery, point of care testing, analytical devices, and pharmaceutical and life science research. Within the application segment, clinical and veterinary diagnostics leads the overall microfluidic device system market.
Microfluidic device systems are also applied in the areas of protein crystallization, cell biology research, and medicine. Latest healthcare trends, which include home healthcare, reveal that point of care testing is a highly sought-after delivery method for healthcare services. In the area of genomics, microfluidic device systems ensure higher test speed, lower consumption of reagents, and greater efficacy.
On the basis of industry, the microfluidic device system market is segmented into medical devices, in-vitro diagnostics, and pharmaceuticals. The in-vitro diagnostics segment holds the largest share within the industry segmentation of the global microfluidic device system market.
Asia to Lead Microfluidics Device System Market Due to Growing Spread of Healthcare Infrastructure
Geographically, the global microfluidic device system market is segmented into Asia, North America, Europe, and Rest of the World. North America leads the overall microfluidic device system market in terms of both revenue and volume. Some of the prominent market drivers for the North America microfluidic device system market include greater technological development, high incidence of lifestyle diseases, a rapidly growing geriatric population, and greater health awareness.
In 2013, this regional market was worth US$644.5 million and is anticipated to report a value of US$2095.5 million by 2019. The Asia microfluidic device system market is expanding rapidly owing to significant growth of the industry and application segments of medical devices and point of care testing, respectively.
Reduced Side Effects and Higher Efficacy Drives Demand for Microfluidic Device Systems
Microfluidics technology ensures greater efficacy of treatments and reduction of side effects. High demand for miniaturization of pharma and medical devices is a prominent factor that drives the demand for microfluidics technology. Ongoing trends also indicate that this technology is increasingly being applied in the area of micro engineering solutions.
Growing at a 23.2% CAGR, the in-vitro diagnostics segment is anticipated to reach a market value of US$3317.4 million by 2019 from US$949.6 million in 2013.
The overall microfluidic device system market is characterized by a number of product innovations and partnerships between major market players. Some of the key factors that hamper the growth of the global microfluidic device system market are strict regulatory standards and issues pertaining to geometrical and surface chemistry.
The key companies operating in the microfluidic device system market are Becton, Dickinson and Company, Johnson & Johnson, Micronit Microfluidics, Dolomite Centre, RainDance Technologies, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Agilent Technologies Inc., Abbott Laboratories, and Roche Diagnostics.
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