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Sensors Manufacturers Aim to Develop Miniaturized, High-Performance, Yet Low-cost Sensors, Notes Frost & Sullivan
Over the years, the basic principle of sensor operation has remained unchanged and so has the working methodology of advanced sensors. What has changed, however, is the type of materials and sensing principles employed in the manufacture of new sensors. Sensing technologies are expected to go beyond the traditional principles of piezoresistive, capacitive, and inductive, while emerging sensor materials such as silicon carbide (SiC), carbon nanotu...
European HVAC Drives Market: Environmental and Economic Concerns Spur Growth, Notes Frost & Sullivan
The European heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry is undergoing unprecedented change. The dynamics driving the change – technological innovation in building design and energy conservation – are altering the market and ultimately affecting equipment and applications. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan Electric Drives Market in European HVAC Industry, finds that the market earned revenues of $274.9 million in 2010 and esti...
Beyond Testing Times: Wind Energy Test & Monitoring Market Poised for Growth, Finds Frost & Sullivan
Improved global economic conditions and the gravitation toward renewable energy enabled robust growth for the wind testing market during 2010. The trend toward alternative resources and clean energy is underway, with wind turbines becoming the fastest-growing energy source in the world and enabling higher power outputs.
xDSL Test Equipment: The Strong Presence of Service Providers in Europe Will Sustain Demand, Says Frost & Sullivan
The European market is expected to reach €92.3 million in 2016 – Technological innovations will stave off investment pressures created by the economic slowdown. The service provider segment is the mainstay of the European x digital subscriber line (xDSL) test equipment market, as service providers are frantically trying to move broadband services to a digital plane.
Growth for Vacuum Pumps is in High-Tech Applications, According to Frost & Sullivan
The European market will expand from €405.2 million in 2010 to €750.1 million in 2017 – Dry and Energy-Efficient Vacuums Set for Strongest Gains. The European vacuum pumps market is anticipated to witness growth, fuelled by high-tech applications for vacuum technologies and the rising awareness of the benefits of using vacuum systems
Frost & Sullivan Hosts Analyst Briefing: Product Lifecycle Management – An Integral Part of the Future of Manufacturing
2010 was a period of growth, competition and innovation in the European product lifecycle management market. Among different PLM products, Collaborative Product Definitions Management had the highest growth rate – with a year-on-year growth of 7.5% – while digital manufacturing is fast emerging as an interesting PLM segment.