Global X-Ray Systems Market By Mobility, By Modality, By End-use, By Type, By Region, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2020 - 2026

Global X-Ray Systems Market By Mobility, By Modality, By End-use, By Type, By Region, Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2020 - 2026

  • February 2021 •
  • 229 pages •
  • Report ID: 6046690 •
  • Format: PDF
The Global X-Ray Systems Market size is expected to reach $11.1 billion by 2026, rising at a market growth of 5.2% CAGR during the forecast period. In order to generate 2-D X-Ray images of the 3-D internal body organs or bones, an X-Ray device is used. X-Ray systems are generally of two types viz. stationary or portable. In emerging economies, Stationary radiography systems witnessed massive demand where the adoption of advanced technology is a bit low. Portable systems have high mobility & their utilization is convenient and flexible. As a result, they are preferred more in comparison to their stationary variants. The growth of the market is expected to gain momentum due to the increasing number of chronic diseases. Moreover, the market growth is anticipated to augment by the increasing demand for early diagnosis & detection of disease.

Cost-effectiveness and easy & high availability are some of the primary benefits of digital imaging. Using the technology, the hospitals become capable of reducing the price by cutting down the film price, decreasing the need for storage space, and reducing the number of people needed to run the services & archive sections. Images from X-Ray systems are immediately available for distribution to the clinical services without the time and physical effort required to retrieve film packets, and reviewing early images on a patient is much simpler. The X-Ray devices market is expected to grow considerably due to this factor.

The image of the required part of the body can be captured by the X-Ray system which emits some amounts of X-Rays in the human body. As X-Ray offers an instant image of the injury & the increasing number of road accidents is expected to augment the market demand. Advent & popularity of age-associated diseases such as osteoporosis and the identification of bone degeneration because of the aging process and the increasing global geriatric population is expected to propel the development of the market in the upcoming years.

Mobility Outlook

Based on Mobility, the market is segmented into Stationary Systems and Mobile. Stationary systems procured the highest revenue share in 2019. Stationary radiography solutions have exhibited considerable demand in emerging countries where the deployment of advanced technologies is relatively slow.

Modality Outlook

Based on Modality, the market is segmented into Radiography, Computed Radiography and Fluoroscopy. Computed radiography systems offer sharp images in a very short time and the imaging plates can be reused, that leads to their high preference. Fluoroscopy is increasingly gaining traction in developed countries in North America & Europe and this segment is expected to witness prominent growth in the next few years. Radiography acquired the maximum market size in 2019. The deployment of computed radiography is increasing in emerging economies as it aids in reducing the costs of medical imaging.

End-use Outlook

Based on End-use, the market is segmented into Hospitals, Diagnostic Centers, and Mobile Imaging Centers. Hospitals obtained the maximum revenue share in 2019. As medical imaging can be a primary source of outpatient profits, mid-to-large sized hospitals deploy medical imaging equipment within the premises. Various large hospitals have their own medical imaging facilities. Although, there is a high requirement of massive investments, space, expert professionals, & can cause high maintenance charges in these facilities. This expands the economic burden on hospitals.

Type Outlook

Based on Type, the market is segmented into Analog and Digital. The digital segment dominated the X-Ray systems market and is expected to maintain a similar trend during the forecast period. Due to the benefits like superior image quality & clarity, cost-efficiency, and low-maintenance cost, digital radiology devices are preferred over conventional ones.

Regional Outlook

Based on Regions, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Middle East & Africa. Due to the massive deployment of the latest technologies & superior infrastructure in healthcare units, North America garnered the highest revenue share in 2019. The Asia Pacific would display a substantial growth rate during the forecast period primarily due to the surge in favorable government initiatives & the rising rates of chronic diseases.

The major strategies followed by the market participants are Product Launches and Partnerships. Based on the Analysis presented in the Cardinal matrix; Siemens AG is the major forerunner in the X-Ray Systems Market. Companies such as Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Shimadzu Corporation, Canon, Inc., and Koninklijke Philips N.V., General Electric (GE) Co. are some of the key innovators in the market.

The market research report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the market. Key companies profiled in the report include General Electric (GE) Co. (GE Healthcare), Koninklijke Philips N.V., Siemens AG, Hitachi, Ltd., Canon, Inc. (Canon Medical Systems Corporation), Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Carestream Health, Inc., Shimadzu Corporation, Hologic, Inc., and Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.).

Recent strategies deployed in X-Ray Systems Market

Partnerships, Collaborations, and Agreements:

Jun-2020: Siemens formed a 10-year partnership with Geisinger, a regional health care provider to Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. In this partnership, the companies aimed to improve and support components of Geisinger’s strategic priorities regarding ongoing enhancing care for their patients, communities, and the region. Siemens is offering Geisinger access to its new digital health innovations, diagnostic imaging equipment, and on-site staff to support advancements under this agreement.

Mar-2020: Royal Philips entered into a partnership with Paracelsus Clinics, the leading center for alternative medicine in Europe. This partnership focused on the ongoing modernization of Paracelsus Clinics’ medical imaging systems. The scope of delivery involves MRI, CT, X-Ray, angiography, and ultrasound systems.

Dec-2019: GE Healthcare came into an agreement with Affidea, the pan-European leader in advanced diagnostic imaging, outpatient, and cancer care services. Together, the companies aimed to deploy imaging and digital imaging, and digital technologies around the Affidea network. GE Healthcare installed 200+ new tools in Affidea’s network of centers around Europe. The agreement included the provision of 50 ultrasound devices, 60 new MRIs, 40 CT scanners, and 30 X-Rays machines.

Apr-019: Canon Medical Systems signed a partnership agreement with BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions, the European leader in asset finance. The partnership focused on promoting the circular economy by offering a new life to medical imagery equipment utilized for MRIs, interventional imaging, computed tomography, radiography, and even ultrasound.

Acquisition and Mergers:

Dec-2019: Fujifilm signed an agreement to acquire Hitachi’s Diagnostic Imaging-related Business. This acquisition will further help Fujifilm to strengthen its Healthcare business.

Jul-2018: Hologic took over Faxitron Bioptics, a privately-held leader in digital specimen radiography. Under this acquisition, Hologic aimed to expand its Breast Health product portfolio and also the company’s role in the clinical continuum of care for breast cancer patients. Faxitron’s products and channel enabled Hologic to act a bigger role in breast-conserving surgery, which is an adjacent growth market for the company’s interventional breast business.

Product Launches and Product Expansions:

Feb-2021: Fujifilm introduced its first complete VXR Veterinary X-Ray Room. The X-Ray room has an innovative design to target veterinarians who want to transform to high quality, low-dose X-Rays with a versatile, easy to use, affordable, and easy install system.

Dec-2020: Canon Medical Systems launched an all-new OMNERA 500A Digital Radiography System. This system helps in accessing the system, which delivers increased productivity for quick imaging departments so that technologists can look at their patients.

Dec-2020: Shimadzu Medical Systems released a general radiography solution, RADspeed Pro style edition with GLIDE Technology. The solution was designed for their high-end general radiography systems to manage the system much more fluently and comfortably and also enhancing radiographic examination environments at healthcare facilities around the world.

Nov-2020: GE Healthcare introduced a new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm. This algorithm helps clinicians evaluate Endotracheal Tube (ETT) placements, an important and crucial step when ventilating critically ill COVID-19 patients. The AI solution is one among the five includes in GE Healthcare’s Critical Care Suite 2.0, an industry-first collection of AI algorithms implemented on a mobile X-Ray device for automated measurements, quality control, and case prioritization.

Nov-2020: Siemens launched the LUMINOS Lotus Max, a premium 2-in-1 remote-controlled imaging system. The system combines fluoroscopy and radiography for boosting productivity and optimized clinical operations. LUMINOS Lotus Max was designed to operate remotely from a control room and it is also utilized tableside through an optional second remote control console.

Nov-2020: Siemens released the MULTIX Impact C and MULTIX Impact VA20, a new version of the established floor-mounted parent DR system. These systems are very affordable to expand access to high-quality imaging and improve the patient experience.

Aug-2020: Canon Medical Systems introduced SOLTUS 500 Mobile Digital X-Ray. It enables professionals to access a system, which is equipped with improvements that smoothen bedside exams to assist enhanced workflow and productivity.

Aug-2020: Carestream introduced its DRX-Compass X-Ray System. This system delivers a flexible and scalable approach to digital imaging with an eye to the future and also enhances workflow efficiency and decreases costs.

Dec-2019: GE Healthcare introduced more than 30 new, imaging intelligent applications and smart devices. These devices and applications focus on driving efficiency in radiology departments. Under this launch, GE included Embo ASSIST with Virtual Injection, AIR Recon DL, an Edison application providing True Fidelity images, Edison Open AI Orchestrator, Revolution Maxima with AI-Based Auto Positioning, Critical Care Suite, OEC Touch for OEC Elite CFD, and Clinical Command Centers.

Nov-2019: Fujifilm Medical Systems unveiled three new X-Ray suites. These suites included FDR Clinica X, FDR Clinica U, and D-EVO Suite FSx.

May-2019: Shimadzu Corporation introduced the inspeXio SMX-225CT FPD HR Plus microfocus X-Ray CT system. This system is embedded with a high-resolution flat panel detector, acquire high-resolution, high-contrast cross-sectional images down to the finest detail, along still capturing a broad field of view. The software improvements deliver substantial image resolution enhancements and high display speeds.

Apr-2019: Hologic released the Trident HD specimen radiography system. It is a next-generation solution that offers improved image quality, enhanced workflow, and quick sample verification at the time of breast-conserving surgeries and stereotactic breast biopsies.

Feb-2019: Royal Philips unveiled DigitalDiagnost C90, a new ceiling-suspended digital radiography system. DigitalDiagnost C90 delivers a live tube camera, versatile room configuration capabilities, and exam automation technologies, which work harmoniously to offer an enhanced patient and Radiographer experiences.

Approvals:

Oct-2020: Siemens got the clearance for YSIO X.pree, a ceiling-mounted radiography system from FDA. YSIO X.pree is embedded with the MyExam Companion intelligent customer interface, a new 3D camera for patient positioning and improved collimation, and a new smart image processing engine.

Sep-2019: GE Healthcare got clearance by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the portfolio of artificial intelligence algorithms implemented on a mobile X-Ray device. Critical Care Suite was developed in partnership with UC San Francisco and powered by GE’s Edison AI technology, helped radiologists prioritize cases including collapsed lungs.

Scope of the Study

Market Segments covered in the Report:

By Mobility

• Stationary Systems

• Mobile

By Modality

• Radiography

• Computed Radiography

• Fluoroscopy

By End-Use

• Hospitals

• Diagnostic Centers

• Mobile Imaging Centers

By Type

• Analog

• Digital

By Geography

• North America

o US

o Canada

o Mexico

o Rest of North America

• Europe

o Germany

o UK

o France

o Russia

o Spain

o Italy

o Rest of Europe

• Asia Pacific

o China

o Japan

o India

o South Korea

o Singapore

o Malaysia

o Rest of Asia Pacific

• LAMEA

o Brazil

o Argentina

o UAE

o Saudi Arabia

o South Africa

o Nigeria

o Rest of LAMEA

Companies Profiled

• General Electric (GE) Co. (GE Healthcare)

• Koninklijke Philips N.V.

• Siemens AG

• Hitachi, Ltd.

• Canon, Inc. (Canon Medical Systems Corporation)

• Fujifilm Holdings Corporation

• Carestream Health, Inc.

• Shimadzu Corporation

• Hologic, Inc.

• Konica Minolta, Inc. (Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.)

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