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Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks


Process Automation, Factory Automation, Agriculture, Construction, Others


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Synopsis:

Maturing standards, multi-protocol devices and ubiquitous IoT cloud platforms are driving new applications and growth opportunities for industrial wireless sensor networks (WSN). Demand remains high despite supply chain disruptions and other challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

From the factory floor to offshore wind farms, livestock tracking and monitoring, geotechnical and structural health monitoring and employee safety monitoring, industrial WSN applications are extremely diverse.

There are three major WSN technology segments today:

* Wireless mesh sensor networks
* Asset tracking and locating
* Low power wide area networks

Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks

IEEE 802.15.4 wireless mesh standards WirelessHART and ISA100 Wireless are widely used for process automation. Used for traditional process monitoring and control for manufacturing, 802.15.4/mesh systems are also increasingly deployed for equipment monitoring, wireless gas detection, flood monitoring, pipeline corrosion monitoring as well as solutions for agriculture, construction and factory automation.

Asset Tracking & Locating

Asset tracking and locating is one of the fastest growing markets including low-cost proximity sensing with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), precision real-time location systems (RTLS) with ultra-wideband and long range asset tracking using Low Power Wide Area Networks. The neglible costs for adding BLE to any device has resulted in a growing number of multi-protocol devices that can enable reliable wireless mesh or LPWAN monitoring as well as asset tracking from the same device.

Low Power Wide Area Networks

LPWAN technologies are disrupting existing wireless sensing and M2M technologies with low cost radios that are capable of ten-mile ranges with 10-year battery lifetimes. But the distinct advantage of LPWANs over incumbent wireless technologies is that end node complexity is off loaded to the cloud, simplifying installation, maintenance, application development and system integration.

By the end of this decade, there will be 1.2 billion industrial sensing and tracking IoT devices in use worldwide and 1 in 3 will be wireless by this time.

For this research service, we provide extensive market data on industrial wireless sensor networking based on an in-depth analysis of the ecosystem as well as surveys with end users, vendors and suppliers.

Your customized data includes 6-year market size forecasts for wireless connected devices and annual unit shipments by market as well as revenues for equipment and services.



MARKET SIZE FORECASTS:

ON World's granular industrial WSN market size forecasts are by market segment and application with breakdowns by technology and region. Our forecasts are continually updated and are customized to meet your specific needs.

Target Markets:

Process Automation
Chemicals, Plastics and Refining
Oil & Gas
Electric Power
Water & Wastewater
Mining
Metals/Minerals
Pulp & Paper

Hybrid/Discrete
Pharma/Biotech
Food/Beverage
Automotive
Electronics
Other hybrid/discrete

Others
Agriculture
Construction
Forestry
Fishing
Others

Applications:

Process monitoring/control
Equipment monitoring
Safety, security and environmental monitoring
Asset Tracking
Others

Standard Breakdowns:

Region: Global, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Rest of World
Historical Data: 2 previous years
Projections: 6 years including the current year
Forecast unit(s): WSN device shipments and revenues (equipment and services)
Target Markets: Process, Hybrid/Discrete and Others (by segment)
Applications: Process monitoring/control, Equipment monitoring, Safety, security and environmental monitoring, Asset Tracking, Others

Optional Breakdowns:

Technology (e.g. WirelessHART, ISA 100 Wireless, WiFi, BLE, LPWAN, Others)
Specific product segment(s)
Product feature/function
Market shares

Delivery Format: Excel



ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH DATA:

ON World's ecosystem research data is based on ongoing surveys with organizations across the whole industrial WSN value chain. Your dataset is customizable using our latest survey data or we can conduct a new survey(s) to investigate your unique market needs.

Examples of recently surveyed ecosystem segments include:

End Users:

Process automation
Food/beverage manufacturers
Pharma/biotech manufacturers
Automotive manufacturers
Dairy farmers
Tunnel construction
Rail industry
Metals mining
Electric power distribution
Oil & gas production

Professional Services:

Logistics/Supply chain
Oil & Gas
Mining
Manufacturing
Construction

Vendors/Suppliers:

Platform providers
Device manufacturers
Software developers
Component suppliers

Delivery Format: PPT


PRIMARY RESEARCH:

Every year, ON World surveys thousands of individuals in the global IoT ecosystem including:

End User Datasets:

Process Automation
Factory Automation
Electric Power
Water/wastewater
Municipalities
Agriculture
Construction
Mining
Oil & Gas
Renewable Energy

A few of recently surveyed/analyzed companies include the following:

1NCE
3S
ABB
AcSiP
Actility 
Adaptive Network Solutions
Adaptive Wireless
Adeunis
Advantech B+B SmartWorx
Aisenz
Anaren 
Apprion
ARM
Ascienta Value Creation
ATIM 
Auto Assembly
Automatic Controls
Automotion Components (ACI)
Avonmore Electrical
AwiaTech 
Axible 
Azbil Corporation
Banner Engineering
Behrends
BFUSA
Birdz
Buckman
CANTV
Carbon Controls
Carollo Engineers
Carriots 
Cartón de Colombia SA
CD Nova
CDS Wireless
Centeron 
Certa
Cisco
Connit
Control Data Systems 
Cortexo
Cosasco
Craft ai
CRESITT Industrie
Cumulocity
DB360 Consulting
Decawave
Defendec
Dekra
DIC Corporation
Digi
Digital Excellence
Digital Matter
Dimonoff
Dover
Drust
Dwyer Instruments
Dynamic Recycling
E.B Horsman & Son
Eaton
Electric Imp 
Electrochem
Emerson
Endress+Hauser
Enerwave Automation
Enforta
enModus
Enocean

Ericsson
ESDS 
Essence Group
Every Drop Counts Foundation
EVVOS
Exacter
FairfieldNodal 
Fleet Space Technologies
Endress + Hauser Flowte AG
FreeWave
G+D Group
GasSecure (Dräger)
Gemalto
General Electric
Geospace
Global Logic
Greenwaves Technologies
Grid Connect
Haas Automation
Halma 
Haya
Hewlett-Packard
Hitachi
Honeywell
IBM
IJINUS
IMST 
IndustreeX
Ingenu
Inkoel
INOVA Geophysical
IOTA Devices
ITEE Radom
Itron
Johnson Controls
KAA IoT 
Kaman Corporation
KB Intelligence
Kerlink
Keyence
Kinney Consulting
KLATU Networks
KONCAR
Kontakt 
Kontron
Laird
Lavoro Technologies
Lewis University
Libelium
Linear
Link Labs
LORD MicroStrain 
Lucerne University
Lumedyne (Google)
Lumenus
Lyse
M2M Spectrum
MACTek Corporation

Mesimedikal Teknik
Metso
Microchip
Microland
Microsoft
Mipot
MIT
MITRE
Moxa
MultiTech Systems
Munio Security
Munisense
Murata Wireless
National Instruments
Nemeus
New Cosmos Electric
Nexcom
NKE Watteco
NXP 
Objenious
OleumTech
Omnimetrix
ON Semiconductor
Opti
OrbiWise
Origin Energy
OSRAM
OYO Geospace 
Pacific Environment
Packetworx
Panasonic
Panduit
Parametric GmbH
Parr Instrument Company
Pedigree Technnologies
Pepperl+Fuchs
Permasense
Perpetua Power

Perpetuum
Pervasive Displays
Phoenix Contact
Procter & Gamble
PTC/ThingWorx
Qorvo
QoSCom
Qowisio 
Quantified Ag
Radiocrafts
Rakon
Raycap
Raytheon
Redline
relayr
Requea Open Solutions
Rieker Incorporated
Riken Keiki 
RisingHF
RMV Motion
Rockwell
Rotork 
RTX 
Safeport
Sagemcom 
Samsung
Samtek Energy
Sandia National Laboratories
Scanimetrics 
Schneider Electric
Semtech
Senceive
Sencorables
Senet
SenRa Tech
SENSeOR
Sensolus 
SensorWare Systems
Sensys Networks 
SERCEL 
Shift Thinking
Siemens
Sigfox
Silicon Labs
Silvair
SiTune Corporation
Smart Cloud
SmartSensor Labs
SoftDEL
Softing
Spartan Controls
SQRL Solutions
SRETT
Star-Tech Instrument Systems
Stream Technologies
Strega Technologies
Sustainable Energy Management Group
SVS Consultants
SYSDEV
Tadiran Batteries
TD Next (Telecom Design) 
TDK Corporation
Tekelek 
Telensa
Telit
Texas Instruments
Thinxtra
TICATAG
TrackNet
Trax
Trilliant
TUV Rheinland
Ubisense 
u-blox
UOL Sac
Urmet
VIT Student Services
WellAware
WESROC 
Wipro
Wireless Seismic
Worldsensing 
Wulian
Wyres
Yokogawa
Zedi
Zencus



Methodology Workflow:

Forecast Summary
Forecast Scope
Methodology


I. Ecosystem Analysis

Wireless Sensor Network Landscapes
Short Range Wireless
Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks
Long Range Wireless Sensor Networks
Market Segmentation
Market Trends & Drivers

WSN Solutions & Applications:

Production
Asset Management
Machine Health Condition Based Monitoring
Energy Management
Corrosion & Structural Integrity Monitoring
Asset Tracking & Locating
Health, Safety & Environmental
Emissions Monitoring
Gas Detection
Perimeter Security & Intrusion Detection
Smart Water Networks

II. Technologies & Standards

Short Range WSN Technologies:

IEEE 802.15.4
IEEE 802.15.4e
IEEE 802.15.4e Time-slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH)
IEEE 802.15.4k (Low Energy Critical Infrastructure Networks)
IEEE 802.15.4g (Smart Utility Networks)
Wi-SUN Alliance
ZigBee
WiFi
IEEE 802.11ah (HaLow)
Bluetooth Low Energy
Bluetooth 5
Bluetooth Mesh

Industrial WSN Standards:

WirelessHART
HART-IP 50
WiTECK 50
ISA100
ISA100 Wireless
ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute (WCI)
WirelessHART Convergence
WIA-PA
Profibus Wireless Sensor and Actuator Networks (WSAN)

LPWAN Technologies:

Non-Cellular Based LPWAN Technologies:

LoRa
LoRaWAN
Sigfox
Weightless
Mioty
ETSI’s Low Throughput Networks (LTN)
Other LPWAN Technologies
RPMA (Ingenu)
Qowisio

Cellular Based LPWAN Technologies:

3GPP
LTE-M
NB-IoT

III. Value System

Product segmentation
Market leaders
Innovators/Disruptors
In-depth investigation and analysis of top 40 companies that are having the biggest impact on the industrial WSN ecosystem today.
Current offerings, products and services, pricing, differentiators
Financials, partners, go-to-market strategy
Standards supported, software, tools, integration, key features...

IV. Primary Research

Ecosystem Surveys:

Conduct surveys with industrial IoT market stakeholders (e.g. manufacturers, mining, oil and gas companies, construction, agriculture, utilities, local government, vendors, service providers)

Sample survey questions:

Number of WSN Nodes Deployed
Types of WSN Devices In-Use
Integration(s)
IoT Platform(s) Used
Installation Method
When Was First WSN Device Installed
Primary Adoption Driver
When Likely to Adopt
Planned WSN Applications
User Requirements (e.g. Sensors used, Duty cycles, Transmissions, Power, Range)
Important/Most Important Features
Reasons for Not Adopting
Maximum Spending

V. Market Size Forecasts

Market segmentation
Financials/industry trends
Geographical trends
Forecast data models
WSN device shipments
Average sale prices (ASP)
Average installation services
Average recurring service costs/device
Services revenues



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ON World provides business intelligence on Internet of Things markets. Since 2003, our market research has been used by Fortune 1000 companies, investors and IoT developers worldwide.