Water Meters - World - 2013

August 15, 2013  | Subscribers Only

Michael Markides Michael Markides Associate Director, Smart Utilities Infrastructure
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Water utility companies are facing water shortages, capital spending constraints, aging infrastructure, weak economic support, and a plethora of new technological opportunities. In this environment, suppliers of water utility metering solutions are accelerating their efforts and altering their solutions to offer accurate, affordable, safe, and responsive means of managing water networks.

This year’s IHS industry-standard water meter market report improves upon an already best-selling line of research by investigating the most important trends, drivers, and challenges affecting the current and future market for water metering solutions. This report has been developed in discussion with top vendors to provide the most detailed, complete, and credible review of the global market. The report offers all regional and global data in units and revenues, with country-level detail and supplier market share estimates offered in shipped units.

  • Introduction, Scope, & Methodology
    • Introduction
    • Report Scope
    • Market Segmentation
    • Definitions
    • Report Content
    • Research Methodology
    • Exchange Rates
  • World Market
    • Introduction
    • Considerations for the World Market for Water Meters
    • Global Water Meter Market
    • Global Competitive Environment
  • EMEA Market
    • Introduction
    • Specific Considerations for the EMEA Market
    • The EMEA Market Findings
    • EMEA Market Shares
  • North American Market
    • Introduction
    • Specific Considerations for the North American Market
    • The North American Market Findings
    • North American Market Shares
  • Latin American Market
    • Introduction
    • Specific Considerations for the Latin American Market
    • The Latin American Market Findings
    • Latin American Market Shares
  • Asian Market
    • Introduction
    • Specific Considerations for the Asian Market
    • The Asian Market Findings
    • Asian Market Shares

Michael Markides

Associate Director, Smart Utilities Infrastructure

Michael Markides is an associate director at IHS, in charge of managing market research efforts for the power & energy Group. The group reviews electronics markets within each utility type, providing annual market research studies to utility vendors worldwide.

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