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産業オートメーションと無線IoT(モノのインターネット) (第4版)

Industrial Automation and Wireless IoT – 4th Edition

 

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スウェーデンの調査会社ベルグインサイト社(Berg Insight)の調査レポート「産業オートメーションと無線IoT(モノのインターネット) (第4版)」は、世界の産業用オートメーションの無線モノのインターネット(IoT)の市場を調査している。稼働している産業オートメーション産業の無線IoT機器の導入数は、2018年末の2130万台から年平均成長率(CAGR)18.8%で成長して2023年には5030万台に達するだろう。ビジネス上の意思決定に有益な5年間の市場予測と専門家の見解を提供している。主要企業の有力者のインタビュー、産業オートメーションIoTのエコシステム、主要な用途の概説、主要な市場動向と発展、69社の主要企業の詳細な概要、2023年までの最新の市場予測を無線技術毎、地域毎、垂直市場毎、デバイス毎に提供している。

目次(抜粋)

  • 産業オートメーション産業の概要
  • 産業オートメーションにおける無線IoTソリューション
  • 市場予測と動向
  • 世界のオートメーションベンダ
  • 機器とソフトウェアベンダ
    • 産業用通信と制御甦シューションのプロバイダ
    • IIoTプラットフォームとソフトウェアベンダ

Description

This study investigates the worldwide market for wireless IoT applications in industrial automation. The installed base of active wireless IoT devices in the industrial automation industry is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 18.8 percent from 21.3 million units at the end of 2018 to 50.3 million units by 2023. Get up to date with the latest information about vendors, products and markets.


 

Industrial Automation and Wireless IoT is the fourth strategy report from Berg Insight analysing the latest developments on the market for wireless IoT applications in industrial automation worldwide.

This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with 180 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from this report:

  • Insights from 30 executive interviews with market leading companies.
  • 360-degree overview of the IoT ecosystem in the industrial automation industry.
  • Comprehensive overview of key applications for wireless IoT solutions in industrial automation.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends and key developments.
  • Detailed profiles of over 69 key players in this market.
  • Updated forecasts by wireless technology, region, market vertical and device segment lasting until 2023.

 

The installed base of wireless IoT devices in Industrial Automation to reach 50.3 million in 2023

Wireless technologies are integrated into a wide range of devices that can be used throughout an automation system, from the supervisor level all the way to the control and field levels. The devices can be broadly divided into two segments: automation equipment and network equipment. In the automation equipment segment, highvolume product categories featuring wireless communications capability include instrumentation such as industrial sensors, as well as wireless I/O and field devices that connect to sensors, actuators and machines. Important product categories within the network equipment segment are wireless access points, gateways, routers and switches.

The adoption of wireless solutions in industrial environments is often a gradual process and an initial deployment typically comprises clusters of wireless devices connected to an existing wired network. Although wired networking solutions are still predominantly used for industrial communications between sensors, controllers and systems, wireless solutions are widely used as wire replacement in hard to reach or hazardous areas, on moving machine parts and on portable equipment. Proprietary radio solutions have traditionally been used to support these use cases and is still used in many applications today. Standardised wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, 802.15.4 and Bluetooth have advanced to become the leading wireless technologies for industrial applications. Cellular technologies based on 5G could expand the addressable market for wireless communications as it allows for deployments where requirements related to bandwidth, latency or capacity cannot be fulfilled today.

Berg Insight estimates that annual shipments of wireless devices for industrial automation applications including both network and automation equipment reached 4.6 million units worldwide in 2018, accounting for approximately 6 percent of all new connected nodes. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.3 percent, annual shipments are expected to reach 9.9 million in 2023. The installed base of wireless devices in industrial automation applications is forecasted to grow from an estimated 21.3 million connections at the end of 2018 to 50.3 million connected devices by 2023.

Automation equipment such as wireless instrumentation is offered by many large automation vendors as part of complete systems for automation of industrial processes, but also by specialised providers. Emerson became the first company to market WirelessHART products in 2008 and is today the largest provider of wireless instrumentation devices. The company has an installed base of more than 42,000 wireless networks worldwide and serves many leading players across various process industries. Major wireless instrumentation vendors further include Yokogawa and Honeywell, which both provide field devices based on the wireless technology ISA100.11a. Pepperl+Fuchs significantly strengthened its position in the wireless field device market through the acquisition of MACTek in 2015, a provider of HART protocol devices. Other major industrial automation vendors that provide wireless field devices include ABB, Endress+Hauser, Schneider Electric and Siemens. Wireless I/O and field devices are also offered by a diverse range of players that are primarily active in the industrial communications and control markets.

Major providers of wired industrial network equipment also offer wireless solutions to enable customers to monitor and control devices wirelessly in parts of the plant that are normally not connected to the control room due to accessibility or wiring costs. These include Siemens, Cisco, Belden, Moxa and Phoenix Contact, which all offer comprehensive portfolios of industrial wireless devices such as routers, gateways and wireless access points. These companies typically partner with large automation vendors as a go-to-market strategy. Cisco has for example developed the Ethernet and IP-networking based architecture for industrial Ethernet applications – Converged Plantwide Ethernet (CPwE) – together with Rockwell Automation. Additional providers of industrial Wi-Fi devices are Acksys, Advantech, Antaira Technologies, Beijer Electronics Group, Data-Linc, Hilscher, HMS Networks, INSYS Microelectronics, MB Connect Line, MC Technologies, NetModule and Red Lion Controls.

Cellular and unlicensed ISM radio solutions are typically used for data acquisition and backhaul communications in distributed automation applications. The largest provider of cellular IoT gateways and routers in the industrial space include Sierra Wireless, followed by Cradlepoint, Cisco, Digi International, InHand Networks, HMS Networks, Maestro Wireless, GE’s industrial communications group GE MDS, Robustel Technologies, Advantech, MultiTech Systems, NetModule and Eurotech. Major vendors of proprietary radio solutions are GE MDS, FreeWave Technologies and Banner Engineering.

This report answers the following questions:

  • Which are the major applications for wireless IoT in industrial automation?
  • Which are the leading wireless IoT solution providers for industrial automation applications?
  • What offerings are available from device vendors, platform vendors and service providers?
  • What are the key drivers behind the adoption of wireless IoT in industrial automation?
  • What impact will technology advancements have on the market?
  • How will the market evolve in North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe?
  • Why is Big Data analytics and cloud solutions crucial for the future of wireless connectivity in industrial automation?
  • How will connectivity strategies in industrial automation evolve in the future?
     

Who should buy this report?

Industrial Automation and Wireless IoT is the foremost source of information about the adoption of wireless connectivity in the industrial automation sector. Whether you are a solution provider, device vendor, industrial automation player, telecom operator, investor, consultant, or government agency, you will gain valuable insights from our in-depth research.



目次

Executive Summary

1 The industrial automation industry

1.1 Introduction to industrial automation
1.2 Factory and process automation
1.3 Factory and process operations
1.4 Industrial automation system overview
1.5 Industrial automation evolution
1.6 The industrial automation market
1.7 Industrial automation market segments
1.7.1 Industrial software
1.7.2 Industrial control systems
1.7.3 Automation equipment and instrumentation
1.7.4 Industrial robots

2 Wireless IoT solutions in industrial automation

2.1 Wireless automation infrastructure
2.1.1 Facilities segment
2.1.2 Service segment
2.1.3 Network segment
2.2 Operations management
2.2.1 Production and process management
2.2.2 Business management
2.3 Equipment management and regulatory compliance
2.3.1 Equipment diagnostics and maintenance planning
2.3.2 Security and Safety
2.3.3 Regulatory compliance
2.4 Business models and project strategies

3 Market forecasts and trends

3.1 Market analysis
3.1.1 Installed base and unit shipments
3.1.2 Wireless technologies
3.1.3 Regional markets
3.1.4 Major vendors
3.2 Market drivers and barriers
3.2.1 Macroeconomic environment
3.2.2 Regulatory environment
3.2.3 Competitive environment
3.2.4 Technology environment
3.3 Value chain analysis
3.3.1 Industrial communications and control industry players
3.3.2 Industrial automation industry players
3.3.3 Telecom industry players
3.3.4 IoT platform and IT industry players
3.4 Future industry trends

4 Global automation vendors

4.1 ABB
4.2 Bosch
4.3 Emerson
4.4 Endress+Hauser
4.5 Fanuc
4.6 General Electric
4.7 Hitachi
4.8 Honeywell
4.9 Keyence
4.10 Kuka
4.11 Mitsubishi Electric
4.12 Omron
4.13 Pepperl+Fuchs
4.14 Rockwell Automation
4.15 Schneider Electric
4.16 Siemens
4.17 Yaskawa Electric
4.18 Yokogawa

5 Device and software vendors

5.1 Industrial communications and control solution providers
5.1.1 Acksys
5.1.2 ADLINK Technology
5.1.3 Advantech
5.1.4 Antaira Technologies
5.1.5 Beckhoff Automation
5.1.6 Beijer Electronics Group
5.1.7 Belden
5.1.8 Cisco
5.1.9 Contec
5.1.10 Data-Linc
5.1.11 Digi International
5.1.12 Eurotech
5.1.13 FreeWave Technologies
5.1.14 HMS Networks
5.1.15 InHand Networks
5.1.16 INSYS Microelectronics
5.1.17 Kontron S&T
5.1.18 Lantronix
5.1.19 Maestro Wireless Solutions
5.1.20 MB Connect Line
5.1.21 MC Technologies
5.1.22 Moxa
5.1.23 MultiTech Systems
5.1.24 National Instruments
5.1.25 NetModule
5.1.26 Newtrax Technologies
5.1.27 OleumTech
5.1.28 Opto 22
5.1.29 Phoenix Contact
5.1.30 Red Lion Controls (Spectris)
5.1.31 Robustel Technologies
5.1.32 Secomea
5.1.33 Sierra Wireless
5.1.34 Steute
5.1.35 Wago
5.1.36 Weidmüller
5.2 IIoT platform and software vendors
5.2.1 Altair Engineering
5.2.2 C3 IoT
5.2.3 Device Insight
5.2.4 Exosite
5.2.5 FogHorn Systems
5.2.6 IBM
5.2.7 Litmus Automation
5.2.8 Oracle
5.2.9 PTC
5.2.10 Relayr
5.2.11 SAP
5.2.12 Software AG
5.2.13 Telit
5.2.14 Uptake
5.2.15 Wind River

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[プレスリリース原文]

2019-01-21
The installed base of wireless IoT devices in Industrial Automation reached 21.3 million in 2018
 

According to a new research report from the M2M/IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, annual shipments of wireless devices for industrial automation applications reached 4.6 million units worldwide in 2018, accounting for approximately 6 percent of all new connected nodes. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.3 percent, annual shipments are expected to reach 9.9 million in 2023. The installed base of wireless IoT devices in industrial automation reached at the same time 21.3 million in 2018. While wired networking solutions are still predominantly used for industrial communications between sensors, controllers and systems, wireless solutions have gained a strong foothold in a number of applications. Wireless solutions are used for wire replacement in parts of the plant that are hard to reach or uneconomical to connect through wired installations. In factory automation, wireless solutions are widely used to control cranes and automated guided vehicles (AGVs) in material handling applications. In process automation, wireless technologies are increasingly used to connect instruments, enabling plant operators to monitor and optimise processes in hazardous areas, while also ensuring worker safety. Major providers of wired industrial network equipment also offer wireless solutions to enable customers to monitor and control devices wirelessly in parts of the plant that are normally not connected to the control room due to accessibility or wiring costs. These include Siemens, Cisco, Belden, Moxa and Phoenix Contact, which all offer comprehensive portfolios of industrial wireless devices such as routers, gateways and wireless access points along their wired solutions.

Industrial wireless solutions are also offered by many mid and small-sized companies, which often specialise in specific product categories. Examples include Acksys, Advantech, Beijer Electronics Group, FreeWave Technologies, GE’s industrial communications group GE MDS, HMS Networks, Red Lion Controls and Sierra Wireless. Wireless I/O and field devices are provided by many major industrial automation vendors including Emerson, Yokogawa, Honeywell, ABB, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Endress+Hauser and Pepperl+Fuchs. “Robust connectivity is critical to support industrial IoT use cases surrounding predictive maintenance and digital twins”, said Fredrik Stålbrand, IoT Analyst, Berg Insight. He adds that installation and maintenance of wireless solutions are more flexible and economical compared to wired technologies, enabling reconfigurable manufacturing system design. Although reliability and security remain a challenge, Wi-Fi has emerged as the most widely used wireless technology in industrial environments largely due to the wide availability of compatible hardware. There is also a growing trend among large industrial companies to deploy private 4G LTE networks instead of using Wi-Fi and even wired solutions. “The introduction of 5G cellular technologies broadens the addressable market for wireless communications even further as it allows for deployments in situations where requirements related to bandwidth, latency and capacity cannot be fulfilled today”, concluded Mr. Stålbrand.

 

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