Changing Business Models in the World of Industrial Measurement

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This study aims to provide an executive outlook of the growth opportunities in the changing business models in the industrial measurement market up to 2021. The study provides detailed information on Big Data, enterprise-level software, and inline metrology covering scanners and digitizer technologies such as machine vision, inline coordinate-measuring machines (CMMs), white-light scanners, and laser line scanners from 2014 to 2021. It also highlights market trends and opportunities and analyzes the regional influence on market dynamics. This analysis will help companies develop an actionable set of recommendations for future product roadmaps and growth in the industrial measurement market.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
CEO’s Perspective
Research Background
Research Methodology
2. Market Overview
Market Definitions
3. Enterprise-level Solutions—Reactive to Predictive Maintenance
Quality Inspection Asset Management Strategies
Enterprise-level Industrial Measurement Asset Management Model
Changing Landscape of Enterprise-level Industrial Measurement Market
Partnership Trend—Providing Solutions from Metrology Software to Predictive Maintenance
Consolidation Trend—Quest to Provide Comprehensive Enterprise-level Solution
New Entrant Trend—Gaining Expertise for Integrated Offering from Manufacturing to Quality Enterprise Level
Emerging Service Trend—Total Enterprise Predictive Analytics Services
Opportunities and Challenges for Enterprise-level Software Solutions
Enterprise-level Software and Data Interoperability
Digitization of Industrial Measurement throughout the Supply Chain
Enterprise-level Software Transformation
Major Types of Open Source Software (OSS)
Hadoop Architecture
4. Industry 4.0—Bridging the Gap Between Manufacturing and Inspection
Industry 4.0—The Next Industrial Revolution
Industrial Trends—4th Industrial Revolution’s Impact on Metrology Market
Paradigm Shift in Production Processes and Evolving Customer Preferences
Paradigm Shift in Dimensional Metrology Solutions
What is the Estimated Lifespan of an Inspection Cell?
Differences Between Suppliers and Auto OEMs
Growth Potential in the Inline Metrology Market
Current Initiatives by Select Metrology Manufacturers
Inline Metrology Market Overview
Addressable Market—Automotive Assembly Lines
Competitive Positioning by Technology
Market Split by Region Overview
Regional Hot Spots
Global Hot Spots
Regional Market Lifecycle Analysis
5. Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Market
Market Share
Carl Zeiss
Perceptron
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Others
Market Share Analysis
Competitive Environment
Top Competitors
Competitive Analysis—Competitive Benchmarking
Top Competitors Market Focus
6. Inline CMM Segment
Inline Metrology— Automotive Inline CMM Segment
Inline CMM Segment—Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications
Competitive Analysis—Carl Zeiss
Competitive Analysis—Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Competitive Analysis—Mitutoyo
7. White Light Scanners Segment
Automotive Inline Metrology—White Light Scanners Segment
White Light Scanners Segment—Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications
Competitive Analysis—GOM mbH
Competitive Analysis—Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Competitive Analysis—Carl Zeiss Optotechnik GmbH
8. Vision Sensor Segment
Automotive Inline Metrology—Vision Sensor Segment
Vision Sensor Segment—Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications
Competitive Analysis—Perceptron
Competitive Analysis—ISRA Vision
Competitive Analysis—Cognex
9. Laser Line Scanner Segment
Automotive Inline Metrology—Laser Line Scanner Segment
Laser Line Scanner—Application and Competitive Overview
10. Other Key Trends
Key Application Areas
Emerging Application Areas for Optical Scanners—Beyond Traditional Boundaries
Three Possible Diversification Opportunities for Metrology Companies
Enterprise-level Integration
Case Study—Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Metrology Management System (MMS)
Case Study—Accurate Gauging’s Metrology Managed Intelligently(MMI)
Enterprise-level Software Implications on the Industrial Measurement Market
11. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
12. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Industrial Measurement Market: Asset Management Strategies, Global, 2015
2. Industrial Measurement Market: Changing Landscape, Global, 2015
3. Industrial Measurement Market: Digitization of the Value Chain, Global, 2015
4. Industrial Measurement Market: OSS from Major Participants, Global, 2015
5. Industrial Measurement Market: Comparison of Automotive OEMs and Suppliers, Global, 2015
6. Inline Metrology Market: Transition of the Market, Global, 2015
7. Total Inline Metrology Market: Key Participants Revenue, Global, 2015
8. Inline Metrology Market: Competitive Positioning by Technology, Global, 2015
9. Inline Metrology Market: Regional Overview, Global, 2015–2021
10. Inline Metrology Market: Key Application Areas by Country, Europe, 2015
11. Total Inline Metrology Market: Company Market Share Analysis of Top 3 Participants, Global, 2015
12. Total Inline Metrology Market: Competitive Structure, Global, 2015
13. Total Inline Metrology Market: SWOT Analysis, Global, 2015
14. Total Inline Metrology Market: Competitive Analysis, Global, 2015
15. Total Inline Metrology Market: Top Competitors, Global, 2015
16. Laser Line Scanner Segment: Market Share, Global, 2015


1. Industrial Measurement Market: Asset Management Processes, Global, 2015
2. Industrial Measurement Market: Opportunities and Challenges, Global, 2016–2021
3. Industrial Measurement Market: Impact of Enterprise-level Software and Data Interoperability, Global, 2016
4. Industrial Measurement Market: Enterprise-level Software Evolution, Global, 2015
5. Hadoop Framework, Global, 2015
6. Evolution of Industry 4.0, Global, 2015
7. Industrial Measurement Market: Growth Potential within Inline Metrology, Global, 2015,
8. Total Inline Metrology Market: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015 & 2021
9. Total Inline Metrology Market: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Technology, Global, 2015
10. Total Inline Metrology Market: Percent Revenue by Region, Global, 2015 & 2021
11. Inline Metrology Market: Penetration Rate, Global, 2015–2025
12. Inline Metrology Market: Percent Revenue by Country, APAC, 2015
13. Total Inline Metrology Market: Regional Market Lifecycle Analysis, Global, 2015
14. Total Inline Metrology Market: Percent Revenue Breakdown, Global, 2015
15. Inline CMM Segment: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015 & 2021
16. Inline CMM Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Technology, Global, 2015
17. Inline CMM Segment: Percent Revenue by Region, Global, 2015 & 2021
18. Inline CMM Segment: Market Share, Global, 2015
19. Inline CMM Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications, Global, 2015
20. White Light Scanners Segment: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015 & 2021
21. White Light Scanners Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Technology, Global, 2015
22. White Light Scanners Segment: Percent Revenue by Region, Global, 2015 & 2021
23. White Light Scanners Segment: Market Share, Global, 2015
24. White Light Scanner Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications, Global, 2015
25. Vision Sensor Segment: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015 & 2021
26. Vision Sensor Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Technology, Global, 2015
27. Vision Sensor Segment: Percent Revenue by Region, Global, 2015 & 2021
28. Vision Sensor Segment: Market Share, Global, 2015
29. Vision Sensor Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Key Applications, Global, 2015
30. Laser Line Scanner Segment: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015 & 2021
31. Laser Line Scanner Segment: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Technology, Global, 2015
32. Laser Line Scanner Segment: Percent Revenue by Region, Global, 2015 & 2021
33. Laser Line Scanner Segment: Market Share, Global, 2015
34. Inline Metrology Market: Revenue by Key Automotive Application Areas, Global, 2015
35. Industrial Measurement Market: Emerging Application Areas for Optical Scanners, Global, 2015



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