Forensic imaging is booming on account of the escalating awareness among patients about the benefits of virtual autopsy as compared to traditional body opening autopsies and the innovations in cross-sectional imaging procedures. With the increasing prevalence of diseases across the globe, people are opting for products that assist them to stay fit and are investing more in healthcare services. Forensic imaging contains all the data found in the original; however, that data is captured in a forensic file format which makes it tamper-proof. Further, the application of cross-sectional imaging modalities such as CT, MRI, X-ray, and ultrasound in the forensic examination has facilitated post-mortem medical investigations to be performed quickly and minimally invasive. The Global Forensic Imaging Market is estimated to see healthy growth, pegged at a CAGR of around 9.8% throughout the forecast period 2021-2027.
Additionally, the advent of technological advancements, such as artificial intelligence and expanding applications of the imaging modalities for identifying the deceased and matching of severed body parts, is likely to open a new path for the global forensic imaging market. The increasing preference for virtual autopsies in judiciary systems is expanding the growth of forensic imaging modalities. The photo evidence developed from a traditional autopsy procedure is alarming and gruesome for lay viewers, thereby augmenting the acceptability in court proceedings. In such cases, 3D reconstructed images with necessary markings developed through modern imaging technologies are more palatable and appreciated for laws. A virtual autopsy is a non-invasive technique, a preferable choice for communities against the traditional autopsy. Therefore, the growing acceptability for virtual autopsy worldwide is anticipated to propel the growth of the market. However, during COVID-19, the market faces several challenges, such as disturbance in the supply chain, there is a massive shortage in the supply of forensic imaging tools across the globe.
The integration of AI and expanding applications of the imaging modalities in the identification of the deceased and matching of severed body parts creating a lucrative growth opportunity for the foreign imaging market over the forecast period. Moreover, 3D reconstructed images with necessary markings developed through modern imaging technologies and digitalization of the evidence enable data storage and prevent its vulnerability towards tampering. This is widely accepted and appreciated by judges in court proceedings. Factors such as lack of human resources in medical examiner offices, increasing global crime rate, and the advent of advanced technology are paving its way towards the growth of the forensic imaging market.
Segmentation Overview of the Global Forensic imaging Market
The forensic imaging market is segmented into modality, application, and end-use. These major market segments are further categorized into various sub-segments to study the market in detail.
By Modality Outlook (X-ray, CT, MRI, and Ultrasound)
By Application Outlook (Death Investigations, Clinical Studies)
By End-Use Outlook (Forensic Institutes, Hospitals, Others)
Key Players Insights
Canon Medical Systems Corporation, Bruker, Neusoft Corporation, Shimadzu Corporation, Fujifilm, Hitachi, Ltd., Toshiba Medical Systems, Inc., and others are some key market players included in the research study of the global forensic imaging market.
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