The Europe 3D reconstruction market is projected to record a CAGR of 6.19% during the forecast period, 2019-2028. The healthcare industry of the region is thriving, and is making advances with regard to the technology of 3D reconstruction. The region has a strong R&D infrastructure, and is witnessing the large-scale implementation of 3D printing technology for design formulation and R&D applications in the automotive industry.
The countries analyzed in the Europe 3D reconstruction market growth analysis are Germany, Poland, Russia, Italy, the United Kingdom, Belgium, France, and the rest of Europe. In countries like Germany, the whole building and the museum exhibition, along with six historic stages of construction of the Museum Alt-Segeberger B?rgerhaus in Bad Segeberg have been reconstructed on the basis of the captured 3D data. In Belgium, the ADDITIVE manufacturing (AM) technique is utilized by the aerospace and defense industry for decreasing labor content, reducing material costs, and increasing the availability of parts. Further, in terms of clinical practice, 3D imaging in radiology has had a huge impact. The benefits of 3D imaging also include reduced cost and invasiveness of procedures and enhanced diagnosis and treatment/surgical planning. In Italy, preliminary experimentation of 3D reconstruction is underway in the underwater archaeological site of Baia, along with the creation of the virtual scenario, for both recreational and scientific purposes. The European region encompasses top automotive leaders like BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Land Rover, and Volkswagen, thereby supplementing the potential for 3D technology and printers in the European market.
Some of the well-established companies operating in the market include, Faro Technologies Inc, Photomodeler Technologies, Intel Corporation, Agisoft LLC, etc.