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KEYNOTE: From 2D to 3D, the Machine Vision Market Is Hot. Is This Real End-Market Demand or a Price Bubble?

Presentation will begin: Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 11:00 AM EDT
Presented by: Richard Liu, Yole Développement

During the pandemic, many industries experienced a significant impact, and industrial cameras sales stagnated. In 2021, the steady 2D industrial cameras market suddenly took off and achieved about 50% growth. And 3D industrial cameras, which are still in their infancy, have also been progressing rapidly and are starting to be delivered in batches. What is the driving force behind this growth? Is it actual demand or a price bubble caused by the resource scarcity after the disruption of the pandemic? In this presentation, Liu will explore the market, applications, and the supply chain in turn to reveal the answer.

About the presenter
Richard LiuRichard Liu is a technology and market analyst of imaging and display in the Photonics, Sensing and Display division at Yole Développement. Based in Shenzhen, China, he is dedicated to imaging activity (monitors), as well as the development of technology and market reports. Prior to Yole, Liu was engaged in camera module design focusing on image sensors, AF/OIS (auto focus and optical image stabilization) at onesemi. Before that, he worked as a customer application technologist at Aptina Imaging, a division of Micron Technology. Liu has over 12 years of post-graduate experience in both the imaging semiconductor and camera module industries. He has a successful track record in developing projects for Tier 1 smartphone and module makers, which brings him industry-wide connections in the CMOS image sensor supply chain and ecosystem. Liu graduated from Wuhan University in China and has an electronics engineering degree.


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