Hardware constitutes a very critical part of manufacturing and process production. Innovations in hardware are a prerequisite for complementing and fulfilling any major technological development in the industry. Industrial hardware is beginning to witness new innovations to accommodate the growing needs for less complexity, connectivity, besides requirements for low energy consumption, safety, security, etc.
Software adoption has seen major strides within the industrial world over the last two decades. The application for software has been identified across the entire value-chain of manufacturing, beginning from product design to production and the extended supply chain. With the advent of new paradigms like Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, the potential and interest in industrial software has grown immensely.
Frost & Sullivan’s industrial software market research is engaged in understanding the impact of software across all vertical markets-including both discrete and process industries.
The major areas of research that we focus includes
- Product Lifecycle Management
- Analytics & Mobility
- Industrial Cloud
Our work is founded on close and regular interactions with leading multi-nationals and emerging companies operating in the world of industrial automation, information and communication technology, besides others. The objectives of our research involves from the most basic elements of market intelligence to advanced strategic work for new product introductions and Go-To market strategies, and advisory work for mergers and acquisitions.
13 Feb 2013  |  North America
Angling for Growth Opportunities in North America: PLM Finds Berth with the Water Treatment Equipment in Shale Gas
PLM Tools to Enhance Efficiency and Streamline Operations for Water Treatment and Filtration Equipment Used in Shale Plays
This Market Insight focuses on the penetration potential of PLM tools for water treatment and filtration equipment used for onshore exploration and production of shale gas in North America. The Insight is classified into three main sections: business, growth and profit insights that maps PLM design, simulation, and data management tools for the unm...
07 Jan 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Enabling Greater Production at Lesser Cost Fuels MES Demand
Quality in production and critical decisions that aid manufacturing are the key factors that necessitate the use of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). The research service provides an in-depth analysis of the Southeast Asian (SEA) MES market. The study identifies the industry challenges, drivers, and restraints, and determines the existing dema...
22 Jan 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Mining Industry is Set to Dominate the Demand for MES
Quality in production and critical decisions that aid manufacturing are the key factors that demand the usage of MES. To provide an in-depth analysis of the Australia New Zealand (ANZ) manufacturing execution systems (MES) market. To identify the industry challenges, market drivers and market restraints for the ANZ MES market. To determine the exis...
31 Mar 2014  |  Global
Demand from New Geographies and Emergence of Niche Product Applications to Influence Market Growth
This research service analyses future trends in the global product lifecycle management (PLM) market for discrete industries. Demand for advanced PLM applications is set to grow on account of growing end-user emphasis on improving efficiency and profitability. Revenue forecasts for different geographic and end-user segments have been provided till ...
31 Mar 2014  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Need for Increased Visibility in the Manufacturing Process Drives the Market
Process standardization across plants located in different regions is key for accurate manufacturing intelligence. Further, the need for real-time visibility in manufacturing operations, the progressive transformation into a demand-driven economy, and the need to effectively manage evolving challenges will drive the market. This study provides mark...
09 Sep 2014  |  Global
Regional Trends Stimulate Growth, with Sustainable Profits from Installed Base-related Services
The pressing need to replicate manufacturing plants and facilities across global locations and the requirements to minimize costs associated with the downtime of production operations has resulted in end users looking for cost-effective, off-the-self manufacturing execution systems (MES) that are equipped to tackle complex environments and increase...
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12 Feb 2015  |  Global
Growing Demand from Emerging Asia-Pacific Markets is Likely to Boost Market Growth
The growing focus of retail companies on enhancing brand equity and improving profitability, coupled with strong demand from the Asia-Pacific region is likely to drive the growth of the global retail PLM market. The high cost of installing retail PLM solutions and the adoption of competitive pricing strategies by major market participants are likel...
05 Nov 2015  |  Global
IoIT is Driving Next Generation of Performance Improvement through Predictive/Prescriptive Insights
Plant Asset Management (PAM) technologies are shifting the next generation of performance improvements from the current practices that are focused on preventing asset failure towards practices focused on optimizing asset performance. Industry initiatives, including Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing, and applications of Internet of Industrial Things...
29 Sep 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Evolving Business Models will be Decisive in Adoption of M2M Technology
This study provides an understanding of M2M software and services across Southeast Asia (SEA) and Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). It discusses the nature of the industry, the end users, and the competitors besides providing information on challenges and drivers. The growth rates are also included along with the expected growth during the forecast ...
20 Feb 2017  |  North America
Moderate Manufacturing Growth Expected Under the New Administration
This study explores President Trump’s economic, manufacturing, trade, corporate tax, and environmental policy direction, while evaluating attached benefits and risks for US manufacturing. The study delves into the United States’ overall manufacturing growth outlook while also examining industry-specific outlooks. Key questions this study wi...