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Frost & Sullivan: Improved Smartness and Higher Intelligence Necessary to Open Growth Opportunities for Sensors

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Frost & Sullivan: Improved SmartnessFrost & Sullivan: Improved Smartness and Higher Intelligence Necessary to Open Growth Opportunities for Sensors PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Oct. 23, 2013 -- Increased applications and higher end-user reliance, in turn, inspire advances in sensor technology Seamless integration, increased intelligence, and diagnostic capabilities are key challenges in the sensors market. As new production plants are ultra modern and complicated, smartness and seamless integration at the device, subsystem and system level is necessary to ensure continuous high performance in the automation space. Frost & Sullivan (www.frost.sensors.com) finds that in 2012 the global sensors and transmitters market generated revenue of $64.78 billion and estimates this to increase to $95.67 billion in 2016. If you are interested in more information on this research, please send an e-mail to Jeannette Garcia, Corporate Communications, at jeannette.garcia@frost.com, with your full name, company name, title, telephone number, company e-mail address, company website, city, state and country. With evolution of technology and need for greater control, optimal resource utilization and integrated solutions that enable cost reduction are vital. Meeting this challenge requires in-depth understanding and commitment of technical and commercial resources from sensor manufacturers.
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Frost & Sullivan: Improved Smartness and Higher Intelligence Necessary to Open Growth Opportunities for Sensors

PR Newswire

-- Increased applications and higher end-user reliance, in turn, inspire advances in sensor technology

Seamless integration, increased intelligence, and diagnostic capabilities are key challenges in the sensors market. As new production plants are ultra modern and complicated, smartness and seamless integration at the device, subsystem and system level is necessary to ensure continuous high performance in the automation space.

Frost & Sullivan (www.frost.sensors.com) finds that in 2012 the global sensors and transmitters market generated revenue of $64.78 billion and estimates this to increase to $95.67 billion in 2016.