Water Meter Market in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2022

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The Asia-Pacific (APAC) water meter market, comprising basic water meters, automated meter reading (AMR), and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technologies is growing steadily due to the region-wide focus on improving metering penetration and reducing non-revenue water (NRW) losses. The market is likely to grow at a modest Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 3.5% between 2016 and 2022, propelled by the growing rate of metering in the region and the adoption of smart water metering in key developed nations. In addition to the analysis of market growth factors, this study offers insights into the broader trends influencing the water meter market and its participants. Utilities have realized the importance of increasing cost recovery in ensuring the financial and environment sustainability of water supply. Strong private sector investment is also expected in the market due to a shift in the investment focus from China and India toward emerging markets. This environment of change has proved beneficial to the water meter market, with the region witnessing an increase in the pace of project implementation and a leapfrogging in adoption of smart metering systems.

The water meter market in APAC is still nascent with a highly fragmented market. Water meter market leaders from Japan and Europe have already begun capitalizing on the largely underdeveloped Southeast Asian meter market. Key companies in the region include Itron, Elster, Aichi Tokei Denki, Sensus, Arad, and K-Water. While Japan and Australia are currently the markets with the most activity, developing markets such as Indonesia, Singapore, and South Korea are expected to offer strong growth opportunity in the coming years. Frontier markets such as the Philippines and Vietnam will be fail-safe long-term bets. In terms of market segment performance, the market share of basic meters will gradually be eroded by smart metering technologies due to the need for better demand management and increased cost recovery from customers.

Research Scope

This study covers water metering units and associated communication devices that are used in the residential water supply networks and excludes service segments such as engineering and design, meter data management, and operation and maintenance of these systems. The market trends have been analyzed for the study period 2014 to 2022, with the base year being 2017. The market is segmented by the key technologies in the market—basic meters, AMR, and AMI and by the key regions – Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, and Rest of APAC. In addition to the drivers and restraints in the market, this study also highlights key market trends and strategies that market participants should consider to improve their performance in the region.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Key Questions this Study will AnswerMarket SegmentationMarket Distribution ChannelsDrivers and Restraints—Total Water Meter MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Total Water Meter MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Forecast AssumptionsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeMarket Distribution Channel AnalysisForecast DiscussionForecast Discussion (continued)Technology TrendsTechnology Trends (continued)Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Water Meter MarketCompetitive StructureMarket ShareMarket Share AnalysisMarket Share Analysis (continued)Competitive EnvironmentTop CompetitorsGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—MaaSGrowth Opportunity 2—Data Management and AnalyticsGrowth Opportunity 3—Smart CitiesGrowth Opportunity 4—Static Metering Technology Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth Analysis by Meter Type—Basic Meters Segment AnalysisMarket Engineering MeasurementsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionAMR Segment AnalysisMarket Engineering MeasurementsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionAMI Segment AnalysisMarket Engineering MeasurementsUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionAnalysis by Region—Australia AnalysisUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionIndonesia AnalysisUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionJapan AnalysisUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionSingapore AnalysisUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionRest of Asia-Pacific AnalysisUnit Shipment and Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Meter TypeUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on Water Meters and Related Markets in Water IndustryPartial List of Companies InterviewedLearn More—Next Steps

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