Global Medical Automation Market, By Country (United States, Canada, India, China, Japan, United Kingdom), Company Profiles, Share, Trends, Analysis, Opportunities, Segmentation And Forecast 2015 – 2021

Date: 2016-01

“Global medical automation market is expected to grow a CAGR of 10% for the forecasted period of 2015 to 2021. The market is expected to reach $XXXX million from $XXXX million by 2021. The market is driven by growing need for error free and time saving technology in the healthcare industry. Growing number of innovative automation technologies is giving rise to global medical automation market. Governments and private bodies have understood the need of automation in healthcare sector and are providing significant funds. The automation is not just limited to logistics and manufacturing. It has reached operating rooms and diagnostic centers. The use of surgical robots is increasing. The rise of medical devices manufacturing, pharma industry and R&D in Asian market is also fuelling the growth in the market. However, certain factors such as high infrastructural and implementation cost, budget constraints for hospital, monopoly in surgical robotics market and limited awareness restrain the market growth.
The market is segmented on the basis of imaging devices which includes automated imaging market (radiography, fluoroscopy, microscopy and capsule endoscopy), automated image analysis market and point of care testing market. Market is segmented on the basis of therapeutic. The medical automation market is further segmented into non-surgical and surgical automation market. Segmentation includes lab and pharmacy automation, logistics and training. The end users include hospitals and diagnostic, pharmacies, research labs & institutes and others.
The geographies include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world. North America has the highest market share. The market consists of major market players and is well funded by government and private bodies alike. United States is the major market in North America. Asia Pacific is expected to grow a significant rate which is driven by increasing number of multi-specialist hospitals, increasing number of manufacturing facilities of big pharma companies and increased funding.
Key companies in the market include Accuray Inc., Asahi Kasei Corp., Awarepoint Corp., Beckman Coulter Inc., Brainlab AG, CAE Ltd., Carefusion Corp., Carl Zeiss Group, Ekahau Inc., and others.

Company Profiles
1. Accuray Inc.
2. Asahi Kasei Corp.
3. Awarepoint Corp.
4. Beckman Coulter Inc. (A Subsidiary of Danaher)
5. Brainlab AG
6. CAE Ltd.
7. Carefusion Corp.
8. Carl Zeiss Group
9. Ekahau Inc.
10. GE Healthcare (Subsidiary of General Electric Company)
11. Given Imaging Ltd.
12. Icad Inc.
13. Intuitive Surgical Inc.
14. Laerdal Medical As
15. Lifescan Inc. (A Subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson)
16. Medtronic Inc.
17. Moog Inc.
18. Omnicell Inc.
19. Omron Corp.
20. Parata Systems LLC
21. Philips Healthcare (A Subsidiary of Royal Philips Electronics)
22. Roche Holding AG
23. Siemens Healthcare (Subsidiary of Siemens AG)
24. Simsurgery As
25. St. Jude Medical Inc.
26. Stanley Black and Decker Inc.
27. Stryker Corp.
28. Swisslog Holdings AG
29. Tecan Group Ltd.
30. Abbot Inc.

This Occams Research report covers
1. Historical data
2. Revenue forecasts, growth rates and CAGR up to 2021
3. Industry Analysis
4. Competitive Analysis
5. Key geographic growth data

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