Gesture recognition technologies are allowing better management of devices such as laptops, mobile phones, navigation devices, and others. This is increasing user convenience encouraging further adoption of gesture recognition devices and driving the global gesture recognition system market.
The market for gesture recognition, which was valued at $13.9 billion in 2021, is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 20.6% from 2022 to 2031 to reach $88.2 billion.
Covid-19 Impact & Market Status
This report offers in-depth overview of the global gesture recognition system market with detailed look at the competitive environment, key segments, market challenges, investment opportunities, estimated market growth rates, and other such crucial factors about the market.
Several industries have seen significant changes as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. As the airline industry transitions to biometric onboarding, there has been a beneficial impact on the growth of the global gesture recognition market.
The adoption of new technology solutions like as facial recognition and biometrics is already underway at airports, and following COVID-19, these technologies will be implemented at a faster pace. These new technologies will aid in the containment of the coronavirus as well as the speeding up of the onboarding process. For example, Spirit Airlines, Inc., a U.S.-based airline operator, will deploy biometric facial recognition for passenger check-ins at Chicago O'Hare and New York LaGuardia airports in September 2020.
The Touchless technology is anticipated to propel market growth
Touchless technology offers better analysis of human motions and sensing combining linguistics and wireless communications. This segment is driving the technology growth. Machine learning technologies are used to recognise gestures. The user's position along with non-line of sight conditions is some of the objective elements that have an impact on touchless technology. . TUI refers to the technique of commanding a computer using body motion and gestures rather than a keyboard, mouse, or screen. The strong growth rate for touchless devices during the predicted period is attributed to the improved user experience, safety, convenience.
Safety Technology in Automobiles to drive the market for Gesture Recognition System Market
Automakers are actively involved in ways to install many safety elements in automobiles that provide safety without compromising the interior design of automobiles to coincide with expanding knowledge about driver safety and growing consumer demand for safety features. The use of sensor-based electronic devices in automobiles has increased in the last decade as a result of technical improvements.
North America to Hold Largest Market Share
The gesture recognition system market is expected to grow exponentially in North America owing to technological breakthroughs, the creation of new business models, and new infrastructure developments in the region's developing cities. Growing hygiene awareness and advancements in security standards is also driving adoption of gesture recognition system in North America. Furthermore, high R&D spending, presence of large IT corporations, science and engineering breakthroughs, expansion in end-use sectors and increasing government investments are boosting the region's gesture recognition and touchless sensing industry.
Technological improvements in gesture recognition, combined with the necessity to give remote-free gesture presentations in enterprises is driving the market forward and is projected to provide attractive prospects for the worldwide gesture recognition market to flourish
Gesture recognition is the conversion of a human movement or gesture into a mathematical algorithm via a computing device allowing a person to communicate with the machine and conduct desired operations in a system. Human movements, such as movement of fingers, hands, head, arms, or a full body, are linked by technology. Gesture recognition allows for example operating cursor without actually using mouse. A gesture is a nonverbal method of conveying a certain message. Gesture recognition is a user interface that enables computers to capture and interpret human commands and gestures. It refers to a computer's ability to recognise and execute commands based on human movements.
Various technologies are used in gesture recognition for face recognition, voice recognition, IRIS recognition, eye movement, etc. Gesture recognition provides real-time data of users to the computer system. Gesture recognition technology is employed in a variety of industries, including automotive, healthcare, gaming, and consumer electronics. Technological improvements in gesture recognition, combined with the necessity to give remote-free gesture presentations in enterprises, are projected to provide attractive prospects for the worldwide gesture recognition market to flourish. The increasing application of gesture recognition in industries such as IT, automotive, healthcare, gaming, automation, and others is driving the global gesture recognition system market.
The consumer electronics sector accounts for the lion's share of the global gesture recognition industry. Image sensors, ultrasonics, interactive, 3D technology, and displays are examples of emerging technologies. Capacitive sensors, infrared sensors, and electric field sensors are widely employed in a variety of consumer electronic products for human gesture detection and are expected to drive the market in the near future. Gesture tracking and 3G technologies, in particular, are vying for a large market share. In addition, healthcare and automotive applications are likely to develop as high-potential industries for gesture recognition. Benefits such as ease of use, portability, high precision, and speed are also expected to drive technological advancements in tablets and smartphones.
Usage of gesture recognition system in healthcare such as wearable sensor-based devices, remote control of medical devices, and contactless navigation in X-ray and MRI display screens is propelling the gesture recognition system market. Similarly, applications of gesture recognition in gaming industry such as automatic movement of mouse, inadvertent movements encourage further adoption.
Use of gesture recognition technology is consumer electronics such as smartphones, personal computer, televisions, tablets, laptops and set-top boxes are among the most common consumer electronics applications for gesture recognition. Growing safety standards, as well as automobile manufacturers' efforts to prevent driver attention, are reasons that are expected to expand the use of gesture recognition technology in the automotive sector. The advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) has resulted in the creation of gesture-recognition-based technologies. Douwe Egberts created an amazing gadget that was installed at O.R. Tambo International Airport and can recognise travellers who yawned or appeared sleepy and deliver complimentary cups of coffee to them. The company used the technology for marketing and branding.
The progression of GUI technology from text-based inputs to gesture-based inputs prepared the path for the emergence of gesture recognition technology. Gesture recognition is becoming more popular in a variety of industries. Recent advancement in this field is the interaction of humans and machines through the use of hand gesture recognition. Other advancement is the use of hand gesture recognition to control computer programmes
The rising popularity of consumer electronics, adoption of Internet of Things, technological advancements are driving the gesture recognition market. Furthermore, the growing awareness of rules and driver safety is driving up demand for gesture recognition technologies in the automotive industry. Similarly, rising consumer demand for application-based technology is driving market expansion. The primary market driving factors are willingness to adopt new technologies, technology advancements providing user convenience, rapid applications of gesture recognition in smart TVs, game consoles, and smartphones. The expansion of the gaming, smart TV, and smartphone sectors has bolstered the demand for gesture technologies. North America and Europe are the primary centres for gesture recognition technology, particularly in the automotive industry. America is also a leader in the consumer electronics market, having adopted strategies for large-scale GRS adoption by OEMs.
Some of the major players in the Gesture Recognition market are Microsoft Corporation, Microchip Technology, Apple Inc, Google LLC, Sony Depthsensing solutions, Infineon Technologies, Cognitec Systems GmBH, GestureTek, OmniVision Technologies, IrisGuard, Cipla, Elliptic, Oblong Industries, HID Global Corporation, OMRON Corporations, and German Autolabs.
Latest Innovation in the Global Gesture Recognition System: A snapshot
- Infineon and Qualcomm announced collaboration in March 2020 to develop a high-quality standard solution for 3D authentication.
- Infineon introduced 3D sensors in March 2020. The 3D sensors improve smartphone security by enabling safe authentication or payment via facial recognition.
- Infineon's acquisition of Cypress in April 2020 allowed it to sharpen its focus on the structural growth of drivers and a larger range of applications.
- Infineon and technologies developed a 3D depth sensor for smartphone rear-facing cameras in October 2020. It provides the best AR experience and, thanks to its fast autofocus in low-light settings, produces excellent picture results.
Gesture Recognition System Market Scope
|Forecast Unit||Value (USD)|
|Revenue forecast in 2031||US$ 88.2 Billion|
|Growth Rate||CAGR of 20.6% during 2021-2031|
|Segment Covered||Technology, Type, End-use, Regions|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa|
|Key Players Profiled||Apple Inc.,Cognitec Systems GmbH,Gesturetek,Intel Corporation,Microchip Technology Inc.,Microsoft Corporation,NVIDIA Corporation,Sony Corporation,Ultraleap Limited,Semiconductor Components Industries, LLC (Onsemi),STMicroelectronics,Synaptics Incorporated,Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.|
Key Segments of the Global Gesture Recognition System Market
Technology Overview, (USD Billion)
- Touch Based
Type Overview, (USD Billion)
- Language like gesture
- Sign Languages
Product Overview (USD Billion)
- Sanitary Equipment
- Biometric Equipment
Industry Overview (USD Billion)
Regional Overview, (USD Billion)
- North America
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa