Pupillometry is a technique for measuring pupil dilation in order to better describe different underlying conditions. Changes in brain function have a significant effect on pupil dilation, according to various imaging modalities such as MRI and CT. As a result, assessing pupil dilation aids in a deeper comprehension of neural processes. Individuals suffering from stress, anxiety, Parkinson's disease, and Autism Spectrum Disorder, on the other hand, have demonstrated irregular pupillometry responses to the stimuli. As a result, pupillometry aids in determining an individual's natural eye functionality as well as the brain activity affected by a disorder.
Pupil dilation may provide insight into the lives of individuals who suffer from neurological disabilities. The effects of pupillometry aid in the determination of physiological therapy. The use of a pupillometer may be a useful tool for determining the appropriate care for a specific person. As a result, it is predicted that diagnostic results will increase, resulting in higher recovery rates. Furthermore, pupillometry may be combined with other systems or processes to improve neurological disease detection. Pupil dilation analysis will improve the brain-computer interface (BCI) because it acts as an external cue for understanding neuronal signals.
The pupillometer market is growing due to advancements in information technology and increased adoption in new product growth. In 2017, Essilor Instruments USA introduced the X81705 Pupillometer, which provides precise calculation with manual supervision. The X81705 has a manual eye distance change range of 35 cm to infinity, as well as binocular-monocular dimensions. In addition, the X81705 has optical read-outs with measurements down to 0.5 nm and automatic off/on functions. Furthermore, questions about the efficiency of traditional pupillometry are propelling the automated pupillometer industry forward.
The major players operating in the global market include NeurOptics, Inc., Adaptica, Essilor Instruments USA, HAAG-STREIT GROUP, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Luneau Technology Group, NIDEK CO., LTD., Reichert Technologies, SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions, US Ophthalmic, Konan Medical, brightlamp, Inc.
Pupillometer Market Scope
|Forecast Unit||Value (USD)|
|Revenue forecast in 2028||USD 594.8 Million|
|Growth Rate||CAGR of 5.2% during 2021-2028|
|Segment Covered||Mobility, End-use, Application, Regions|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa|
|Key Players Profiled||NeurOptics, Inc., Adaptica, Essilor Instruments USA, HAAG-STREIT GROUP, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Luneau Technology Group, NIDEK CO., LTD., Reichert Technologies, SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions, US Ophthalmic, Konan Medical, brightlamp, Inc.|
Key Segments of the Global Pupillometer Market
Mobility Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
End-use Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
- Eye Clinics
Application Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
Regional Overview, 2018-2028 (USD Million)
- North America
- United Kingdom
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
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The ocular checking digital instrument known as a pupilillometer or pupilometer is used in ophthalmology and critical care medicine to measure pupil reactivity and distance between pupils. Pupil assessment of pupillary details is often used as a signal for medical intervention and patient care. Physicians examine both the overt and consensual reactions to the pupil to verify and control the pupillary reflex; a positive reaction is constriction of both pupils, which suggests a stable cranial nerve route. The fact that the reaction varies means that the nerves have been damaged by drugs, injuries, or trauma. Furthermore, a Pupillometer is used to ensure the spectacles are properly fitted so that the lenses are aligned in the visual axis. A recent pupillometer is a handheld infrared portable device that measures the symmetry, reactivity, and pupillary scale in a clear and precise manner. Depending on the product, digital and automatic pupillometers are available on the market. This instruments are small and easy to use, which has expanded their consumer acceptance.
In 2019, the table-top pupillometer dominated the industry, accounting for more than half of all sales. Pupilometers are often used in conjunction with other instruments including keratometers, pachymeters, wavefront aberrometers, and corneal topographers. This device-combined pupillometers, which are mostly table-top pupillometers, are installed in a variety of settings, including hospitals. The growing prevalence of eye disorders around the world is also fueling the development of the pupillometer industry. According to a 2017 survey by the International Council of Ophthalmology, 1.1 billion people have near-vision disability and 217 million people have Moderate Or Severe Visual Impairment (MSVI), with MSVI cases predicted to rise to 588 million by 2050. Furthermore, prolonged exposure to interactive electronics such as televisions, smartphones and tablets, notebooks, video games, and computers has resulted in a spike in ophthalmic-related disorders, which is propelling the pupillometer market forward.
During the forecast era, the hand-held pupillometers segment is projected to rise at the fastest pace. A hand-held pupillometer helps the patient to produce a pupil snapshot quickly and precisely, which can be useful in diagnosing neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease. Furthermore, the hand-held pupillometer's ease of portability is driving its growth and acceptance.
Because of the rising prevalence of vision-related complications and neurological disabilities, North America led the industry in 2019, accounting for over 26% of global sales. The introduction and implementation of a pupillometer in different settings in the United States is also projected to fuel market development. NeurOptics, a major market leader based in the United States, is developing innovative pupillometers for improved diagnosis in the region. Furthermore, the corporation is investigating the use of pupillometers in various critical care fields in order to broaden the product's use for various health conditions.
Europe is likely to show promising growth in near future. SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions, Luneau Technology Group, and HAAG-STREIT GROUP are among the major market players in the field, producing advanced digital and video pupillometers. These industry players are now integrating pupillometry into a variety of other ophthalmic diagnostic instruments, resulting in integrated products. These innovations are supposed to take the place of conventional products, resulting in business expansion.