Taipei-based research institute MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute) compared and cross-examined 22,612 sensor-related patents and found international assignees mainly focused on the fields of Measurement (27.2%), followed by Computer Technology (10.9%).
Source: MIC, February 2017
"In the fields attributed to Specific Applications, we found that most of them were used in Transport, Engines, Pumps, Turbines, Mechanical Elements, Machine Tools, and Loading/Unloading Processing Related to Mechanical Engineering. In contrast, patent deployment share is still relatively small in several fields such as Medical technology, Audio-visual Technology, and Environmental Technology, Food, Biotechnology covered by Chemistry. Thus, besides mainstream applications, perspective vendors are advised to pour their R&D resources in developing those untapped fields," says David Chen, senior analyst with MIC.
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