November 06, 2018
WELLESLEY, Mass., Nov. 6, 2018–Increasing incidences of water pollution worldwide and stringent regulations mandating clean water are factors driving growth of the sensors for trace contaminant detection in water market, according to a report by BCC Research.
The industry expects to see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% through 2022, when it is forecast to reach $2.2 billion, according to the report Sensors for Trace Contaminant Detection in Water: Technologies and Global Markets.
“Advanced sensor networks and sensor nodes leverage the concept of wireless sensor networks for monitoring quality of water in water distribution systems,” said BCC Research analyst and report author Tanmay Joshi. “Sensor data maximizes the likelihood of detecting errors and improves the likelihood of detecting contamination. Trace contamination detection sensors are also being used in smart water management and online water quality monitoring systems.”
Adoption of Smart Water Networks Will Help Drive Future Growth
As water sources become depleted, water utilities are working to employ smart water technologies to improve the management of water resources, and these networks will rely heavily on field sensors to remotely and continuously monitor and diagnose water quality issues, the report adds. Smart water networks will help in leak detection, pressure management, network operation and water quality monitoring, plus they will reduce overall capital expenditures by providing real-time data.
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