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Advancing Field Of Microscopy Devices- Rapid Research Is Going Over Global

The Microscopy Devices Market is projected to reach USD 8.4 billion in 2024 from USD 6.5 billion in 2020, at CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period.

The major players in the market include Leica Microsystems, Nikon Corporation, Bruker Corporation, Olympus Corporation, Carl Zeiss Microscopy Gmbh, TESCAN, JEOL, Ltd., Hitachi High Technologies, Corporation and others.

     June 2020 New Illinois ECE research is advancing the field of optical microscopy, giving the field a critical new tool to solve challenging problems across many fields of science and engineering including semiconductor wafer inspection, nanoparticle sensing, material characterization, biosensing, virus counting, and microfluidic monitoring.

      Leica Microsystems has announced April 2020 the launch of its flagship new confocal microscopy platform, called STELLARIS. The platform will significantly improve how scientists are able to capture three-dimensional images of living cells and tissues. Due to its optimized imaging performance, the new confocal platform gives researchers the power to see more and, as a result, collect more accurate and reliable data to prove hypotheses with precision. The combination of the unique new Power HyD detectors, White Light Laser, and sophisticated software delivers brighter signals, resulting in images with more contrast and astounding detail. This data is helping researchers observe the inner workings of cellular processes – crucial for research in fields like cancer and neuroscience. Further In June launches the new FLEXACAM C1 microscope camera which allows users to save time and effort when capturing, documenting, and sharing images. It turns microscopes into stand-alone digital imaging stations with no need for a PC. Users can simply connect the camera to their preferred viewing device and network and begin their daily imaging tasks.  The FLEXACAM C1 can be adjusted and operated with the integrated on-screen display (OSD) directly via a monitor. It also offers intuitive annotation, overlay, and network tools which give more flexibility to enhance documentation.

        Nikon’s New product- The N-SIM S Super Resolution Microscope utilizes a unique high-speed structured illumination system to achieve acquisition speeds of up to 15 fps, enabling fast biological processes to be captured at twice the spatial resolution of conventional light microscopes (up to 115nm in XY). Combining the N-SIM S and a confocal microscope gives you the flexibility to select a location in the confocal image and switch to super-resolution to view the desired part of the location in minute detail.  Oct 2020 Nikon Corporation is pleased to announce the release of the Digital Sight 1000 microscope camera, providing digital solutions to educational/clinical fields. The microscope camera can obtain images during observation on the display in combination with a microscope. Digital solutions are currently in demand in many fields, with digital images being used for teaching and presentations in medical and biological education fields, as well as being shared to facilitate communication in the field of clinical medicine.

      Further It is pleased to announce the release of NIS-A NIS.ai (NIS.ai), an AI module for microscopes that enables advanced image processing and analysis using artificial intelligence (AI). NIS.ai is a dedicated module for NIS-Elements, Nikon's imaging software that integrates acquisition, analysis, and data management of microscopic images. The module utilizes convolutional neural networks to learn from small training datasets supplied by the user. The training results can then be easily applied to process and analyze large volumes of data, increasing throughput and expanding application limits. NIS.ai has three functions: Enhance.ai for obtaining low-noise images with short exposure times, Convert.ai for generating virtual fluorescent images from unstained samples, and Segment.ai for easy segmentation of complex cells and structures.

    Olympus Corporation launched the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark IV, scheduled to go on sale on September 18, 2020. This interchangeable lens camera conforms to the Micro Four Thirds System standard, and features a compact, lightweight body for easy portability with versatile shooting features including powerful 5-axis image stabilization1. It features a flip-down LCD monitor which is perfect for selfies and a high-definition electronic viewfinder, giving users the freedom to enjoy their own unique shooting styles. The dedicated smartphone app makes it easy to share images on the camera, and new content for learning authentic photography techniques is also available. This interchangeable lens camera delivers high-quality image enjoyment to all users, from families that want to keep a record of their children as they grow, to photo enthusiasts.

      Market segmentation of microscopy market on the basis the Product splits into Microscopes, Software and Accessories. On the basis of application, the market is divided into clinical pathology & diagnostics, neuroscience, cell & molecular biology, biomedical engineering, surgery, pharmacology & toxicology and other applications. Based on the end user it has been hospitals, diagnostics, laboratories, academic and research institute. Asia Pacific held dominant position in the global microscopy devices market in 2020, accounting for 35.0% share in terms of value, followed by North America and Europe. Increasing geriatric population is expected to offer lucrative growth opportunities for players in the global microscopy devices market. For instance, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. geriatric population is expected to reach 77 million by 2034.

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