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At CERAWeek 2019, technology and energy continue to coalesce in force and presenceApril 04, 2019The interrelation of energy and technology is not new. However, CERAWeek seems primed to be at the nexus of these two disciplines in the future. I expect the increased presence of technology companies at future conferences, an even larger Agora, and a sharpened focus on transformational technologies like cloud services, IoT, AI, and robotics. This is true especially as cloud giants look to more fully penetrate markets beyond consumer and enterprise.
IHS Markit Announces Analyst Briefing and Roundtable Discussions at Hannover Messe 2018April 11, 2018During the upcoming Hannover Messe 2018 trade show in Hannover, Germany, business information provider IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) will host a multi-topic roundtable-style forum about the semiconductor and automation industries.
Industrial Motor Controls Sourcebook - 2015November 30, 2015IHS has studied the market for motor control products for over 15 years, with market statistics provided on an annual basis. Report segmentations include each major regional market by product type and the world market for each product type by power rating, voltage and market shares.Subscribers Only
Industrial IE4 Low-Voltage Motors Rapidly Establishing a Presence in the High-Efficiency Motor MarketJanuary 20, 2015While the majority of the world continues to transition to higher efficiency IE2, IE3 and NEMA Premium low-voltage (LV) motors, IE4 motors marketed to the industrial machinery market as “Super Premium Efficiency” motors have rapidly carved out a space in the high efficiency motor market.Subscribers Only
IE3 Premium Efficiency Revenues Accelerating Rapidly, Set to Overtake IE1 in 2018August 19, 2014Often times, government regulations rarely translate into tremendous revenue growth in a global market however, this is not the case in the integral horsepower low voltage (LV) motor market where revenues for IE3 Premium Efficiency (and the equivalent NEMA Premium™) are on course to almost double by 2018 to over $8,000 million globally.
Despite Some Interesting Market Trends, Consecutive Years of Low Growth Keep Medium Voltage Motor Market in Recovery ModeFebruary 27, 2014A welcomed 10.4% growth in revenues and healthy unit growth in 2011 has been overshadowed by a return to reality in 2012: the Eurozone continues to emerge from a prolonged recession and the Chinese industrial juggernaut showed signs of slowing late in the year.
Chinese Market Shaping Global Motor Controls MarketNovember 20, 2013The motor controls industry has long been one of the fastest growing automation markets and despite a value of nearly $24.3 billion in 2012, strong growth is forecast to continue for this space ...
How Can a Small Motor Manufacturer Compete Effectively in the North American Market?November 20, 2013Since I’ve been covering the industrial motors market, I’m often asked by Tier 2 and Tier 3 motor manufacturers for an effective way to enter the North American market for integral horsepower industrial purpose motors and how to compete effectively with the stalwarts: the WEGs, the Siemens, the ABBs, the Regal Beloits and the GEs that dominate the market. In large, mature markets such as the US and Canada, which boast the highest minimum energy efficiency regulations in the world, what steps would a smallish motor manufacturer have to take to get its foot in the door in this estimated $4.1 billion dollar market?
Could Precision Gearboxes Become the New Standard?October 12, 2012While shipments of precision gearboxes may never outnumber shipments of standard gearboxes, these products are emerging as a viable alternative to standard gearboxes in some applications...
What Slower Growth in China Means for Industrial Small Motor SuppliersAugust 07, 2012Although these figures of declining growth in the overall economy seem very alarming, there is good reason to believe that the industrial FHP motor manufacturers will still be able to benefit from the growth in China...
The European Union’s Transition to IE2 Efficiency Low Voltage MotorsFebruary 27, 2012IHS has been closely monitoring how low voltage motor efficiency legislation is playing out in each major region, with the most recent transition occurring in the states of the European Union in June 2011...