2015 Outlook of the Global Automation Industry

Global Market to Approach $60 Billion; the United States is the Most Attractive Market

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This research service analyzes the global automation market and presents an outlook for 2015. The study provides detailed strategic trends and direction about the global market for 2015 and beyond. The research scope includes both process and discrete automation technologies. The study offers detailed analysis of key industry dynamics driving market growth; a vertical industry analysis; an in-depth competition landscape; global, regional, and country-specific analyses; and a look at emerging technology that could affect the global market. Implications of key technology trends for process and discrete automation also are examined. The base year is 2014.

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Executive SummaryTop Predictions for 2015Top Trends for 2015Research Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeMarket Segmentation—Process Automation Market Segmentation—Discrete Automation Currency Exchange RatesGlobal Economic Outlook for 2015Economic Growth OutlookGlobal Economic OutlookWorld GDP Growth TrendsGlobal Automation Outlook for 2015—Total MarketGlobal Automation Outlook for 2015—Regional Revenue SnapshotGlobal Automation Market Outlook for 2015Top 5 Global Automation MarketsTop 5 Global Automation Markets (continued)Emerging Market Outlook—BRIC and TIMS EconomiesGlobal Automation Trends for 2015—Total MarketGlobal Automation Trends for 2015United States Emerging as the Most Attractive Market for AutomationAPAC Region Poised to Become Largest Market for Process Automation Smart CAPEX Investment Through MAC Strategies for Excellence in Project PerformanceShifting Industrial Focus from Data Integration to Data ContextualizationServices Segment to Gain Significant Importance in 2015 and BeyondServices Segment to Gain Significant Importance in 2015 and Beyond (continued)Hybrid Industries Becoming the Important Target for GrowthReducing TCO through Hardware Innovation and VirtualizationM&A Outlook—Asset Management is a New Holy GrailM&A Outlook—Asset Management is a New Holy Grail (continued)Process Automation Outlook for 2015Process Automation—Regional OutlookProcess Automation—Industry OutlookProcess Automation—Technology OutlookProcess Automation—Technology Outlook (continued)Process Automation—Top CompaniesProcess Automation—Technology Trends for 2015Key Technology Trends for Process AutomationKey Technology Trends for Process Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Process Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Process Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Process Automation (continued)Discrete Automation Outlook for 2015Discrete Automation—Regional OutlookDiscrete Automation—Industry OutlookDiscrete Automation—Technology OutlookDiscrete Automation—Top CompaniesTechnology Trends for 2015—Discrete AutomationKey Technology Trends for Discrete AutomationKey Technology Trends for Discrete Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Discrete Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Discrete Automation (continued)Key Technology Trends for Discrete Automation (continued)Key ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixIMF Regional BreakdownsMarket Engineering Methodology




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