M&A Analysis of Sensors and Automation Industry in North America and Europe

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This study provides an overview of the merger and acquisition (M&A) trends in the industrial machinery/automation and sensors industry. Some of the key industry trends that drive M&A activity are identified and substantiated with quantitative analysis. The approach to quantitative analysis of M&A activity is two-fold. Firstly, analysis is carried out for M&A activities by regions in North America and Europe. This is followed by an analysis of M&A activity by industry segments. The focus is primarily from the perspective wherein the industry participants transacted in the role of a seller/target. Insights into the deal volume, deal value, average deal value, and average cost of acquisitions in both approaches are provided.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Research Objective and Scope
Geographic Scope
Study Period
Transactions Analysed
Who will benefit?
Sources
3. Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
4. Key Terms and Abbreviations
5. Industry Trends
Macro- economic Trends
Global Automation Industry
Sensors
Energy, Oil and Gas Industries
Industry Analysis- IoT
6. M&A Trends by Region- Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry
Comparing Regional Deal Volume and Value
Deal Multiples—North America and Europe
Deal Multiples and Average Deal Values—North America
Firm Revenues and Deal Multiples—North America
Deal Multiples and Average Deal Values—Europe
Firm Revenues and Deal Multiples—Europe
M&A by Industry—Europe
M&A by Industry—North America
7. M&A Trends by Industry Segments- Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry
M&A by Industry
Deal Volume and Value—Industrial Machinery
Deal Multiples and Average Deal Values—Industrial Machinery
Firm Revenues and Deal Multiples—Industrial Machinery
Deal Volume and Value—Electronic Equipment and Instruments
Deal Multiples and Average Deal Values—Electronic Equipment and Instruments
Firm Revenues and Deal Multiples—Electronic Equipment and Instruments
Deal Volume and Value—Sensors and Allied Industries
Deal Multiples and Average Deal Values—Sensors and Allied Industries
Firm Revenues and Deal Multiples—Sensors and Allied Industries
8. Conclusion
9. Legal Disclaimer
10. The Frost & Sullivan Story- The Journey to Visionary Innovation


List of Figures & Charts

1. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: M&A Deal Volume, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
2. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: M&A Deal Value, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
3. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) Distribution, North America, 2011–2015
4. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) Distribution, Europe, 2011–2015
5. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Average Deal Value Distribution, North America, 2011–2015
6. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Target Firm Revenues Distribution, North America, 2011–2015
7. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Value Paid Per Dollar of Revenue, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
8. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Average Deal Value Distribution, Europe, 2011–2015
9. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Target Firm Revenues Distribution, Europe, 2011–2015
10. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Volume Distribution by Allied Industries, Europe, 2011–2015
11. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Value Distribution by Allied Industries, Europe, 2011–2015
12. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Volume Distribution by Allied Industries, North America, 2011–2015
13. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Value Distribution by Allied Industries, North America, 2011–2015
14. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Volume Distribution by Allied Industries, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
15. Industrial Automation and Sensors Industry: Deal Value Distribution by Allied Industries, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
16. Industrial Automation Segment: Deal Volume, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
17. Industrial Automation Segment: Deal Value, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
18. Industrial Automation Segment: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Average Deal Value Distribution, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
19. Industrial Automation Segment: Target Firm Revenues, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
20. Electronic Equipment and Instruments Segment: Deal Volume, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
21. Electronic Equipment and instruments Segment: Deal Value, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
22. Electronic Equipment and Instruments Segment: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Average Deal Value Distribution, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
23. Electronic Equipment and Instruments Segment: Target Firm Revenues, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
24. Electronic Equipment and Instruments Segment: Target Firm Revenue Distribution, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
25. Sensors and Allied Industries Segment: Deal Volume, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
26. Sensors and Allied Industries Segment: Deal Value, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
27. Sensors and Allied Industries Segment: Deal Multiple (EV/Revenue) and Average Deal Value Distribution, North America and Europe, 2011–2015
28. Sensors and Allied Industries Segment: Target Firm Revenues Distribution, North America and Europe, 2011–2015



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