Research analyst blogs
The EU's transition to IE2 efficiency low voltage motors has been challenging because of the EU's inability to force compliance.
It is almost three years since the U.S. “Kids and Transportation Safety Act” was passed to prevent accidents while reversing, prompted by consistently high numbers of fatal accidents involving young...
Machinery production for China in 2010 was strong, growing by 28.2%. 2011 saw a strong start in the beginning of the year before dropping in the final six months to 17%.
Safety networking is on the rise, especially in Asia, but not as fast as total networking on a global level.
The linear motor market is set for a recovery, but the recovery may lead to yet another downturn by the end of 2012.
In light of the PV industry taking a hit in 2011 IMS Research revisits some of their past predictions and what they project for the industry in 2012.
China's growing demand for raw materials in South America has had a positive impact in the medium voltage market there, particularly in Brazil. Chile and Peru are also projected to be among the...
With feed-in tariffs (FiT) declared illegal by the UK's High Court, the PV market is in a state of flux with one of its major assets no longer being a factor.
Alastair Hayfield provides some insights on the latest developments in the automotive industry from the North American Industrial Auto Show in Detroit
Direct drive torque motors have a greater presence in the marketplace, but overall their impact and potential threat to gearboxes is limited.
While people are becoming more environmentally aware and conscious, this hasn't led to a transition away from the pneumatics sector. It is, however, having an effect on how pneumatics are designed.
The simple answer is yes. Certainly enough modules and inverters were sold, and if installations really did hit 7.5 GW in Germany then this would undoubtedly mean that at least 26 GW was installed...
Although the UK saw record demand for PV modules up until the December 12th Feed-in tariff cut, on average December saw module prices in the UK decline in response to the heavy cuts that took place,...
IMS looks back on their initial projections for machinery projections in 2011 and projections going forward in 2012.
An overview of upcoming events in 2012 including the CES show in Las Vegas and the Consumer Telematics Show.