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In recent years, with the continuous growth of the domestic consumer economy, the enthusiasm for investment has continued to rise. As a result, plant and sensor applications in many industries require energy-saving measures. Sensors are an integral part of many instruments that help to better utilize assets and manage energy consumption.

During the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" period, China's total investment will reach 4.4 trillion yuan. It is estimated that by 2016, the total output value of China's energy conservation and environmental protection industry will reach 7.4 trillion yuan, equivalent to 10% to 15% of GDP during the same period. As a priority condition for energy saving and environmental protection, smart transmitters can be foreseen in the market demand.

The fields involved in sensors are very broad, including construction, chemical, electric power and other industries. The proportion of electric power, construction and other industries is increasing. In 2012, the market size of the construction industry reached 1.563 billion yuan, which is a large-scale market in several industries, accounting for 26% of the market.

These industries are mostly high-consumption industries, and energy conservation and environmental protection are the top priority. Because the economic cycle has little impact on sensors, it is easily affected by government policies. Under the tremendous pressure of China's '12th Five-Year' energy conservation and environmental protection, the sensor market has achieved huge room for appreciation.

Today, there are about 300 domestic sensor manufacturers. We are one of the Shenzhen sensor manufacturers. From the perspective of import and export, customers are still mainly imported, which accounts for 70% of the market.