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Article archive for IHS Research;

Are end users of hazardous area equipment aware of ATEX directive requirements? 17 December 2009

With use of hazardous area equipment set to increase over the next five years, it is important to understand whether the users are aware of legislation....

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Oil & gas remains strongest influence on growth of hazardous area equipment 10 August 2009

The Middle East and Europe market for ATEX-certified hazardous area equipment is projected to exceed €2.5 billion by 2013. The growth of this market will primarily be driven by the pharmaceutical, oil and gas industries....

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Hazardous industries still some way off full compliance with ATEX mandate 27 July 2009

The Europe & Middle East market for ATEX-certified hazardous area equipment is expected to exceed €2.5 billion in 2013. Market growth will primarily be in the pharmaceutical, oil and gas industries. ...

What is the prospect of industrial Ethernet components market in China? 09 July 2009

Although the world financial crisis has hit many industries in China, industrial Ethernet component revenues from the Chinese market are still forecast to grow continuously from 2008 and 2013, at an average of over 28% per year, according to IMS Research's recently published report 'The Chinese Market for Industrial Communications 2009'....

Increased demand for non-standardised pneumatic components 16 June 2009

Extensive consultation with suppliers of pneumatic components to the European, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market showed that machine builders and end users increasingly require non-standardised components. A recent report from IMS Research on "The EMEA Market for Pneumatic Components" shows that the market for pneumatic valves grew from just over EUR260 million in 2005 to nearly EUR290 million in 2008. This was partly the result of increased demand for non-standardised valves. ...

EMEA region hazardous area market research 30 May 2009

IMS Research is a leading provider of market research, business intelligence and consultancy services, primarily to the electronics industry. They have completed an independent research report entitled 'The European and Middle East market for equipment used in hazardous areas' which is available to order now. Please read on ...

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Motion controls market suffers because of recession 27 March 2009

According to the latest statistics from IMS Research, the worldwide market for motion control equipment experienced robust revenue growth in 2007, increasing by 11.9% over 2006 levels. All regions and industry segments exhibited strong growth during the year, and IMS Research estimates that total worldwide revenues for the motion control products market were $9.9 billion....

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Machine vision looks ahead to a bright future 17 March 2009

Revenues for machine vision hardware are projected to grow faster than the average for industrial automation, according to the latest report on this market by IMS Research. The world machine-vision hardware market was estimated to be worth over $1.6 billion in 2008 and forecast to grow to over $2.1 billion by 2012....

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Low voltage motor drives market expected to grow 10 February 2009

According to the latest statistics from IMS Research, the worldwide market for low voltage AC & DC motor drives experienced unprecedented revenue growth in 2007, increasing by 19.7% over 2006 levels. Data reported by leading drives suppliers indicate all regions and industry segments exhibited strong growth during the year. ...

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The EMEA market for pneumatic components 06 February 2009

A report from IMS Research “The EMEA Market for Pneumatic Components” shows that in 2008, growth slowed slightly from that of previous years. However, it states that there are still reasons for suppliers to be optimistic about the future....