02 Mar 2022  |  Europe
Innovative Business Models of Platform/Product as a Service (PaaS) and Rental Platforms to Enable Manufacturers' Direct Tie-ups with End-customers and Enhance Product Penetration
The Western European gas detection equipment market generated revenue of €668.1 million in 2021. The market demand is expected to be driven by the increasing competitive intensity, adoption of wireless and connected technologies, and stringent regulatory norms. Amongst the 3 product segments, the fixed gas detection segment accounted for 46....
08 Feb 2022  |  North America
Stringent Safety Regulations and Connected Technologies with Data Monitoring, Cloud Computing, and Data Analytics Features to Enhance Product Penetration and Transformational Growth
The North American gas detection equipment market generated $888.8 million in revenue in 2021. Stringent regulatory enforcement and increasing safety awareness to reduce on-the-job injuries propel the market demand. This Frost & Sullivan research service assesses the current status and prospects of the North American gas detection equipment market,...
07 May 2019  |  North America
Compliance of Stringent Regulations will Remain the Prerequisite Force, Driving Demand in the Market
The North American gas detection market is mature and generated revenue of $886.0 million in 2018. Stringent regulations and shifting technological preference are driving the demand for gas detection in the market. The market is expected to reach $1,040.0 million by 2023 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.3% between 2018 and 2023. Fixed gas de...
08 Jan 2019  |  Europe
Enforcement of Stringent Regulations and Cost-competitive Technologies will Drive the Growth in the Market
The demand for gas detection equipment in the Western European market is augmented due to the stringent regulations enforced by regulatory bodies. The compliance level across end users has increased over the years and it is expected to improve in the future. Inorganic growth through acquisitions in the market remains active and the consolidation tr...