Instrumentation Sensors for Fluid Power: Stationary and Mobile Applications
The global market for instrumentation sensors for fluid control should reach $16.2 billion by 2021 from $11.8 billion in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.7%, from 2016 to 2021.
- An overview of the global market for instrumentation sensors for fluid power-stationary and mobile applications.
- Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015 and 2016, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2021.
- Breakdown of the fluid control sensor market by sensor type, application, technology, and region.
- Comparison of various sensors available in the market.
- A look at the purchasing trends, acceptance of new technologies, product shortcomings, and unmet needs regarding the market.
- Evaluation of the market’s competitive landscape and key vendors.
- Profiles of the suppliers of fluid control sensors.
The scope of this report is comprehensive, covering the present status of and future prospects for instrumentation sensors for fluid control technologies. This includes four instrumentation sensor measuring variables—flow, level, pressure and temperature of fluid control—in the processing industries belonging to 11 stationary sectors, as well as instrumentation sensors for measuring the positions of hydraulic cylinders used in the mobile sectors.
The report identifies and evaluates instrumentation sensors for fluid control technology markets with keen potential for growth. It also provides extensive quantification of the many important market developments for advanced instrumentation sensors for fluid control technologies.
The report also covers the many issues concerning the merits and future prospects of the instrumentation sensors for fluid control technologies business, including corporate strategies, information technologies, and the means for providing these highly advanced products and service offerings. It also covers in detail the economic and technological issues regarded by many as critical to the industry’s current state of change.
The report provides a review of the instrumentation sensors for the fluid control technology industry and its structure, as well as plant architecture specialists, plant designers, engineering consultants, multinational sensors manufacturers, plant original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), engineering procurement and construction (EPC) companies, contractors, plant owners and users.
The competitive position of the main players in the instrumentation sensors for fluid control market is well-protected due to protected and patented technologies used by OEMs (e.g., GE, Emerson, ABB, Siemens, Vega, Invensys, Honeywell, Endress+Hauser, Schneider Electric, Krohne, Yokogawa, Magnetrol, Hawk) in the stationary industry. Position sensors are integrated in hydraulic cylinders for position detection of piston rods. This is also used in the mobile machinery sectors by OEMs, including Parker Hannifin, Hyde and Pepperl + Fuchs.
Manufacturers of instrumentation sensors for fluid control for each sector must adhere to standards conforming to each targeted user country and follow statutory and mandatory guidelines for acceptance. The U.S., Europe and Japan are among the many countries that have stringent standards concerning plant and instrumentation sensors for fluid control in targeted applications.
The forecast tables represent the estimated value of the instrumentation sensors for fluid control technologies added to the overall cost of the control and instrumentation components of plants supplied by EPC. In this report, the term revenue is equivalent to and is used interchangeably with the terms purchases, demand and sales. All growth rates mentioned in the tables and text are based on compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) from 2016 through 2021. Current 2016 dollar measures are used, and these growth rates reflect the growth in volume or real growth, including the effects of price changes and changes in the product and service mix.
Since 2004, B.L. Gupta had authored more than 34 market research reports on cutting-edge technology pertaining to the emerging technologies connected with piezoelectric actuators, piezo motors, piezo sensors, PVDF sensors, automotive semiconductors, energy storage devices (e.g., lithium ion batteries, ultracapacitors), electrical equipment (e.g., power and distributing transformers), materials (e.g., permanent magnets, soft magnetic materials) and the Internet of Things (IoT) related to manufacturing and other topics focused on the U.S. and global markets.
From 2011 to 2012, B.L. Gupta served as a national consultant to machine tool manufacturing companies in North India through the Technology Upgradation and Productivity Enhancement (TUPE) program under the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), a joint effort between the United Nations and the government of India. He has been a fellow of the Institution of Engineers of India, as well as a Charter Engineer of the Institution of Engineers (India) since 2001. Mr. Gupta holds a Bachelor’s of Engineering (BE) degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India.