The segments covered in this report include market analysis by devices, by solution, by services and by geography. Based on devices used for smart water management, the market is segmented into advanced water meters, meter read technology and cellular network. Advanced water meters are further segmented into AMR water meters and AMI water meters. The sub segments covered under solutions include enterprise asset management for water & wastewater utilities, network monitoring, advanced pressure management, supervisory control & data acquisition (SCADA systems), advanced analytics, meter data management (MDM), residential water efficiency and smart irrigation management systems. Based on services, the market is segmented into valve management, pipeline condition assessment, hydrant management and information management. The global smart water management market by geography is segmented into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America, Middle East & Africa (LAMEA).
This report gives an insight on the smart water management technology and its applications
Detailed analysis of drivers and constraints of smart water management market have been discussed
Porter’s five force and SWOT analysis would facilitate decision makers in making strategic decisions by providing them insight on current market conditions and important factors
Analysis of key market players and their strategies are discussed in the report in order to understand the competition in better way
Market segmentation is been conducted based on services, solutions, devices and geographic location, which would assist companies in deciding on the segments of importance
Analysis of current market scenario as well as the future estimations through 2013-2020 would assist the decision makers understand the future prospects of the market
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