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Global Industrial Controls & Factory Automation Market Analyzed in New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

03 Apr 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Factory automation is comprised of automation and minimization of manual and personnel-related work over industrial process, production processes, and manufacturing activities. Worldwide, the factory automation market is expected to grow from USD 120.0 billion in 2010 to USD 185.0 billion in 2016, at a CAGR of 7.58% from 2011 to 2016. The Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at the highest rate due to increase in production activities in the region, cheap labor, huge population base, and lucrative government policies. China is the growth engine for automation in Asia in spite of lower levels of plant automation. India is also gaining factory automation market shares worldwide.

New research report “Industrial Controls (SCADA, PLC, DCS) & Factory Automation (Field Devices, MES, ERP) Market: Global Forecast & Analysis Till 2016” prepared by MarketsandMarkets offers a comprehensive guide to the global industrial controls & factory automation market, classifying it on the basis of different products, applications and geographical analysis. The study features market sizes, revenue forecasts, market dynamics and trends, major drivers and restraints, price trends and regulations, competitive outlook, top 25 players along with their key developments, strategies and profiles, and case studies. Market tables for covering the sub-segments and micro-markets are also provided.

Report Details:

Title: Industrial Controls (SCADA, PLC, DCS) & Factory Automation (Field Devices, MES, ERP) Market: Global Forecast & Analysis Till 2016
Published: April, 2012
Pages: 359 
Price: US$ 4,650

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at MarketsandMarkets page.



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