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Automation has been an intrinsic component for manufacturing ever since the launch of the first programmable logic controller in 1970. The market of automation has, since then, seen a number of new product introductions that has significantly altered the way end-users pursue product design, engineering, production and services.
Frost & Sullivan's automation research and consulting programs entails a dedicated approach to understand and foresee the future of diverse automation products across various geographies. Our market focus includes factory automation, process automation, industrial software, product lifecycle management, besides others. A list of key focus areas have been identified below.
1. Factory Automation
2. Process Automation
3. MES & Advanced Process Control
4. Industrial Services
Our work is founded on close and regular interactions with leading multi-nationals and emerging companies operating in the world of industrial automation. The objectives of our research involves from the most basic elements of market intelligence to advanced strategic work for new product introductions and Go-To market strategies, and advisory work for mergers and acquisitions.
18 Mar 2022  |  Global
Industrial Mega Trends are Digitally Transforming the Manufacturing Landscape and Creating New Business Paradigms
This Frost & Sullivan study was created, developed, and published to: • bring to the industrial ecosystem Frost & Sullivan’s understanding and comprehensive characterization of digital industrial platforms • define and describe market segmentation based on participants, offerings, verticals, and geographies • offer a high-level overv...
01 Mar 2022  |  Global
Future Growth Potential of Thermography Monitoring in Identifying Hidden Anomalies
Thermography is used for predictive condition maintenance and energy conservation in a majority of the substantial applications within the petrochemical, steel, process, and semiconductor industries. This technique is a non-destructive, non-contact method that can be used for a wide range of high-temperature applications, such as maintenance of ele...
16 Feb 2022  |  Global
Transformational Growth of Additive Manufacturing due to Digitalization and Automation
Digitalized manufacturing processes and advances in Industry 4.0 exhibit the benefits of additive manufacturing, which is constantly expanding in numerous industry verticals, such as automotive, industrial manufacturing, consumer products, aerospace and defense, medical and dental, construction and architecture, and others. AM’s uses and its appl...
14 Feb 2022  |  Global
Real-time and Near Real-time Sensors in Oil Analysis
Oil is a fundamental element for powering engines and for lubricating moving components in assets in the transportation sector. Oil is a key element that impacts productivity and profitability, making it a priority for customers. By monitoring the quality and characteristics of the oil, asset health and efficiency can be monitored, and any issues c...
18 Jan 2022  |  Global
Increasing Sophistication of Attacks and Evolving Threat Landscape Powering Global Industrial Cybersecurity, Outlook 2022
Building Cyber Resilience, Strategic Partnerships, and Trust Ecosystem Create New Growth Opportunities
Cybersecurity attacks increased tremendously in 2020 and 2021, primarily in the frequency and sophistication of attacks. Apart from the growing concerns about signature-less ransomware and ransomware-as-a-service, attackers also use artificial intelligence and machine learning to scale up attacks. To this end, many governments acknowledge the serio...
12 Jan 2022  |  Global
Wireless Technology to Ensure Future Growth Potential of Vibration Analysis
Vibration condition monitoring (CM) is a method of using sensors and software tools to ensure machine health and maintain safety. Machine sensors use machine monitoring software and other parameters to measure vibration and the thermography of a machine, which offers real-time insight into the health of the machine. For nearly a decade, vibrati...
21 Dec 2021  |  Global
Integrated Digital Technologies and Internet of Things Connections Drive Smart Manufacturing Transformation
The organizational and economic benefits of industrial digitization are increasingly clear and quantifiable. In addition, the falling prices of technologies such as machine learning, deep learning, edge computing, and big data analytics encourage transformation towards innovative business models where large amounts of interconnected devices are req...
19 Nov 2021  |  Europe
Technology Convergence, Edge Computing, AI/ML, Robots, and Autonomous Systems Create New Growth Opportunities
This Frost & Sullivan research service analyzes the global industrial automation market from 2020 to 2025, with 2020 as the base year. The deliverable offers an in-depth look at the dynamics influencing and challenging the growth of the industrial automation market and analyzes the process automation technology segments across process, discrete, an...
02 Nov 2021  |  Global
Robotic Exoskeletons are Augmenting and Enhancing User Capabilities across the Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Military and Defense
•The need for robotic exoskeletons is driven by the need to eliminate worker injuries, to help disabled individuals walk by providing lower-limb support, and to reduce factory-related fatalities. Robotic exoskeletons are motorized wearable robots that provide superhuman strength to workers, thereby enabling them to lift heavy equipment in applica...
26 Oct 2021  |  Global
A Benchmarking System to Spark Companies to Action - Innovation That Fuels New Deal Flow and Growth Pipelines
The need for industrial cybersecurity is the result of 2 significant trends: increasing connectivity of all assets and digital transformation initiatives. Information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) convergence is good but it has its risks because of substandard security frameworks. Connectivity exposes organizations and infrastruct...