The proliferation of advanced electronic control systems has made optical sensors more accurate and reliable while increasing response time, robustness, communications capabilities, and efficiency. The continuous innovations and investments in research and development to meet changing consumer preferences has led to improved fabrication techniques and enhanced sensing abilities at lower costs, thus driving market growth.
For the general labware equipment market, a combination of diagnostic or patient-related factors coalesce with the need for biosciences companies to provide effective drugs within a limited period of time. Stringent regulations of the drug development process have increased global activity for clinical laboratories in terms of quantity and quality.
Topics: Instrumentation and Sensors
Metrology is one of the most important aspects in manufacturing and has applications in each step of the manufacturing process. It is used for designing the conditions for observation of the entire process, including constructing and calibrating instruments. In addition, metrology is used to determine whether captured data is significant.