After watching the initial adoption of the ErP directive in the motors market, the question arises “how will the traditionally strong variable speed drives market be affected as these products are introduced in the 2015 phase of this legislation?”
With companies looking to replicate what GPS for an indoor environment, IMS Research believes that several methods are likely to be successful as research and development heats up among many companies.
Revenues in the EMEA market are expected to increase to over $10 billion by 2021 thanks to charging standards and utility companies playing a large role, particularly in Europe.
The microcontroller market is expected to grow from $70 million to over $150 million by 2019 thanks to growing demand for raw data processing from associated driver assistance sensors.
Sales of medium-voltage drives in the Chinese market are forecast to grow at an average of 16.6% per year from 2010 to 2015, according to a recent IMS Research report The Chinese Market for Medium Voltage Motor Drives – 2012 Edition.
According to a recent IMS Research study, The China Machinery Production Yearbook - 2012 Edition, after growing rapidly 28.2% in 2010, the annual growth rate of production of industrial machinery in China will fall to 17.6% in 2011, to reach more than $335 billion. Revenues are forecast to reach more than $627 billion in 2016, with an average annual growth rate of more than 13% from 2012 to 2016.
The average price of photovoltaic wafers in the first quarter of 2012 fell by more than 70% due to a global oversupply leading companies to buy in their wafer supply according to the latest research released by IMS Research.
IHS Inc., a global source of information and analytics, has acquired IMS Research, an independent provider of market research and consultancy to the global electronics industry.
High growth in Brazil is predominately driven by oil and gas and mining expansion, as well as projects for infrastructure improvement
With market at saturation, new “megatrends” are emerging, report finds.