The definitive market reference tool for the analytical and life science instrumentation industry is officially here. The SDi Global Assessment Report 2023 is the latest edition in the bestselling market research report series published annually by Strategic Directions International (SDi), the leading business intelligence firm focused on analytical and life science instruments. SDi is a sister publication of Kalorama Information.
Building on the success of last year’s edition, this new report features market sizing for 2022, forecasts through 2027, and includes detailed market data segmentations, competitive landscape analysis, and growth rates for 83 individual instrumentation and equipment technologies, organized into 10 major chapters according to the nature of the instrument design or similarities in how laboratories use the technology. The chapters include:
- Mass Spectrometry
- Atomic Spectroscopy
- Molecular Spectroscopy
- Life Science Instrumentation
- Surface Science
- Materials Characterization
- Lab Automation & Informatics
- Sample Preparation Techniques
- Lab Equipment
Analytical instruments have revolutionized chemical, biological, and physical analysis, thus making laboratory life far easier for researchers, technicians, and other end users. At one time, chemical analyses were performed using only wet chemistry methods, and many biological assays were not much different in terms of their manual nature. Such methods required a good deal of skill on the part of the user and yielded only limited sensitivity and specificity. Modern analytical instruments accomplish these determinations using spectroscopic, chromatographic, electrochemical, and other sophisticated instrumental methods which provide significantly higher sensitivity, higher levels of automation and user-friendliness, and can incorporate advanced computing capabilities to interpret the data, tabulate the results, and track the samples.
SDi’s team of expert analysts addresses the market for lab instrumentation and related equipment, primarily benchtop, portable, and stand-alone instruments used to make analytical determinations. Included in the research and estimated market data are ancillary revenues earned from the sale of service contracts and aftermarket components and consumables. These revenues are tied to the sale of instruments and therefore are included in the global assessment to ensure a comprehensive representation of the analytical instrumentation market.
SDi’s report is designed for general management and marketing executives within the field of analytical and life science instruments or with a vested interest in this field. Those involved in a particular technology or product line can obtain up-to-date statistics in their areas of interest, and gain insights into related or tangential areas. Those concerned with more than one segment, or the whole industry, can use the report to evaluate markets, the competitive landscape, or identify opportunities and acquisition targets. The report’s usefulness is not limited to those already in the industry – anyone thinking of entering or investing in the lab instrument business, initiating a buy rating on a security, performing due diligence, or deciding to acquire or develop a business internally will also benefit from this information.