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Global Non-ionizing Radiation/EMF Detection, Measurement, and Safety Market to Grow at a CAGR of 4.5% During the Period 2022-2027, Driven by Growing Use of Electrical and Electronic Gadgets

According to a new report by EMR titled, ‘Global Non-ionizing Radiation/EMF Detection, Measurement, and Safety Market Report and Forecast 2022-2027’, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% during the period 2022-2027, driven by applications across categories.

Electronic and electrical gadgets have been increasingly employed in residential as well as industrial sectors in recent years. This has also led to increased consumers’ concerns about exposure to non-ionizing radiation and its effects. Further, employees working in organisations or areas where they may be exposed to such radiation are seeking to monitor radiation levels. The need for non-ionizing radiation/EMF detection devices is expected to rise as people use more electronic and electrical equipment. Personal monitoring devices, area monitoring devices, and handheld devices are among the various types of non-ionizing radiation/EMF detection devices available. The handheld devices segment is likely to be a key market driver. The primary markets are projected to be North America and Europe.

Non-ionizing radiation/EMF detection, measurement and safety devices have applications across industrial sectors. In a wide range of industrial domains, machinery, and manufacturing processes, workers' exposure to electromagnetic fields must be monitored for their safety. Induction heating, welding systems and procedures, radio frequency (RF) heating, tempering and drying equipment, chemical processes (electrolysis), etc. are a few examples. Electromagnetic fields are generated by household appliances also, which must be tested and analysed before being put for sale.

In the railway industry, electricity is a major element as it enables quick, quiet and comfortable train movement with less pollution. High-power and low-frequency energy, and radio frequencies (RF) are used to move trains and for communication. Thus, it is important to monitor exposure to electromagnetic fields inside and outside trains, close to communication systems and in stations.

In the medical industry, Magnetic resonance, diathermy and hyperthermia, and electrosurgery equipment are generate electromagnetic radiation. It becomes necessary to monitor and regulate radiation levels to which medical staff are exposed.

Cell phone systems, broadcasting systems and other communication systems generate electromagnetic radiation. E (electric) field and H (magnetic) field probes may be employed to obtain measurements under far field and near field conditions.

In public places, radio frequency identification (RFID) and electronic article surveillance (EAS) devices are routinely utilised, resulting in complicated electric fields. People working in close proximity to these systems are more vulnerable than those passing through them. Thus, radiation levels must be monitored in these areas.

Radiofrequency equipment is commonly used in electric/electronic laboratories, which may result in high levels of electromagnetic radiation. Worker safety in such areas must be ensured. Broadband metres that can detect total exposure over the working frequency range of the equipment employed are useful devices for ensuring that permissible exposure levels are not exceeded.

In the defence sector, devices detecting electromagnetic radiation are employed near sources such as radar stations, satellite equipment, communication equipment, etc.

Electric power stations, high- and medium-voltage lines, transformers, electric motors and railway lines generate electromagnetic fields, and specified devices are used to monitor radiation levels.

With an increase in the use of electrical and electronic equipment, the need to monitor non-ionizing radiation has increased significantly, and several companies are offering sophisticated devices to this end. At the same time, firms are increasing their capacity through mergers and acquisitions. For example, in 2021, Mirion Technologies, Inc. - a key provider of detection, measurement, analysis and monitoring solutions to medical, nuclear, defense, and research end markets – proclaimed the acquisition of Dosimetry Badge (a US-based distributor of personal dosimeter badges) to increase Mirion’s dosimetry product offering.

Key Findings of the Report:

  • The use of electric and electronic devices is increasing across the globe. This is expected to drive the market for non-ionizing radiation monitoring devices.
  • Applications of non-ionizing radiation monitoring devices across sectors is expected to stimulate the market.
  • The handheld devices segment is expected to see more growth due to the ease of use the devices offer.

Market Analysis by Detector, Device, End-use, and Region:

  • By detector, the market is segmented according to High-frequency, Low-frequency, and Others.
  • By device, the market is classified according to Personal Monitoring Devices, Handheld Monitoring Devices, and Area Monitoring Devices.
  • By end-use, the market is divided into Residential, Healthcare, Military and Homeland Security, Manufacturing, Laboratory and Education, Telecommunications, and Others.
  • By region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East and Africa.

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