Water's Digital Future: The Outlook for Monitoring, Control and Data Management Systems

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  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 248 Pages
  • Global Water Intelligence
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Global Market for Control and Monitoring Solutions in the Water Sector will be Worth $21.3 Billion in 2016, growing to $30.1 Billion in 2021 with a CAGR of 7.2%

Overview

The water and wastewater industry is in transition to a digital revolution that has the potential to transform the industry from innovations such as the internet of things and machine learning.

Big data is changing the face of the water industry, and the management of data-driven monitoring and control systems will increasingly infiltrate every part of the water business. Driven by continued water quality regulations and the need to improve process efficiencies and optimise system performance, there has been an increased uptake of monitoring and control systems that are able to detect changes in real-time.

In the future data-feeds and cognitive computing could govern water management and inform every decision in the municipal and industrial sectors. It is critical for every company working in the water space to understand how this reality will impact future operations and opportunities in the water industry.

These smarter water projects cover the full breadth of the industry from Engineering firms advising their clients on strategy and procurement; IT giants with data management solutions to mainstream water equipment and systems suppliers facilitating data-enabled products; and specialist software companies addressing important niche performance issues. This report an essential resource for chemical and equipment suppliers, EPC contractors and consultants as well as data management, communication and software companies.

Key Features

The report has a global approach but focuses in on the markets with the best prospects and the most activity, so you can capitalise on growth in these regions ahead of your competitors. The potential of water monitoring and control systems and data analytics is multifaceted, and this report will therefore show who is active in the market and what they are doing, helping you to identify possible partners.

This report includes:

  • Market dynamics - The monitoring & control sector is incredibly fragmented; this report is an essential tool for devising strategies to collaborate with key industry players in order for solutions to be developed most effectively.
  • Market Players - we identify the market players, so you can find your potential partners or competitors and plan your market entry with the right solution
  • Market drivers and trends - the report highlights the key emerging developments and innovations, helping you to effectively pitch your solution and support it with a strong business case
  • Industrial Market and Municipal Market Analysis - identify the existing prospects for your solution and pinpoint opportunities to develop your product and partner with other businesses

Opportunities

This report outlines the major opportunities available to players in the different layers of monitoring and control systems. There is an increasing demand for these systems to identify when an issue has occurred, determine where in a network or treatment system a problem is, and effectively predict when a problem is likely to occur in order for preventative measures to be taken. This reports shows the gaps in the market, what is motivating the end user to invest in a solution and how the solution provider can access the market.

  • Leakage management - In line with ageing infrastructure, utilities in many parts of the world face the challenge of reducing non-revenue water to minimise water and revenue losses from their networks. The adoption of more intelligent monitoring and control solutions is a key way in which this can be achieved.
  • Reducing pollution events - during periods of high rainfall, cities with combined sewer systems are at risk of having serious water pollution issues caused by overflow events. Being able to rapidly react or prevent these CSO events forms another major opportunity for monitoring and control systems.
  • Asset management - Monitoring and control systems can ensure the optimal operation of treatment plants and networks, and find ways to maximise the lifetimes of these assets.
  • Process economisation - utilities and industrial end-users alike are constantly striving to make savings in processes- being able to run a system at its most optimal state provides economic benefits in terms of energy reduction and lower chemical usage.
  • Increased automation - being able to save the amount of time that it takes for a problem to be dealt with in a treatment plant or network is a huge opportunity that monitoring and control systems can fill. This, together with a reduction of in-house expertise surrounding water management and the fact that end-users want to be able to focus fully on their core processes, is driving the uptake of more automated solutions that reduce human involvement.
  • Integrated solutions and partnerships - understand how different elements of the market interlink, how it can work effectively with other companies’ offerings and devise strategies to collaborate with key industry players in order for solutions to be developed most effectively.

Key Sectors

Industrial

  • Upstream O&G
  • Refining & Petrochemicals
  • Mining
  • Power
  • Microelectronics
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Food & Beverage
  • Pulp & Paper

Municipal

  • Drinking water treatment plants
  • Water distribution networks
  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Wastewater networks

What systems will be covered and why:

  • Sensors/meters - both water quality sensors and flow/pressure sensors
  • Data management/analysis
  • Automation & control systems
  • Laboratory/field testing

Regions covered:

  • North America
  • Latin America/Caribbean
  • Europe/Central Asia
  • Asia Pacific
  • Middle East/Africa

Market Forecasts

Spending on monitoring & control systems:

By region

  • North America
  • Latin America/Caribbean
  • Europe/Former Soviet Union
  • East Asia/Pacific
  • Southern Asia
  • Middle East/Africa

By sector

  • Utility networks
  • Utility treatment plants

Industrial

  • Upstream oil & gas
  • Refining & petrochemicals
  • Power generation
  • Mining
  • Food & Beverage
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Microelectronics
  • Other

By application

  • Networks/Environment
  • Water treatment
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Industrial processes

By category

  • Sensors/meters
  • Laboratory/field testing equipment
  • Data management/analysis
  • Automation & control systems

By parameter

  • Flow/pressure
  • Temperature
  • Water quality
  • Suspended solids
  • Dissolved solids
  • Oil & grease
  • pH/Oxidation reduction potential
  • Total organic carbon
  • Residual disinfectants
  • Dissolved oxygen
  • Microbiological
  • Other

Who should read this report?

  • Equipment suppliers in the physical layer (pumps, valves, pipes etc): This report will help you identify the regions that are either building or improving infrastructure and understand how the control and monitoring market is developing in order to ensure that the equipment meets those requirements.
  • Communication companies: Understand and evaluate the communication challenges that utilities and industrial plant operators face to provide improved communication protocols and plan your partnerships with other businesses in the smart architecture to improve your offering.
  • Data analytics/management companies and Software companies: - data will increasingly need to be used not only for diagnostics but also for more complex predictive and prescriptive analytics, offering an opportunity for the most forward thinking companies in selling their solutions.
  • System integrators: the report offers a complete view of the current and future market trends, to match your customer needs with technologies and bring together components to get the most efficient systems in place.
  • Investors and consultants: - understand market drivers, technology trends and regional developments, so you can assess the technology companies that offer investment potential or advise your clients on how to expand their business.
  • Utilities, Industrial and Municipal end-users: Understand which control & monitoring systems will be shaping asset management practices in the future. The report investigates technologies and systems that detect changes in real-time, enabling immediate and predictive responses in utility and industrial sectors. This will assist with leakage management, reducing pollution events, asset management, process economisation and increase automation.
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Executive Summary

  • System architecture showing importance of different sensors
  • Utility spending by sector (networks, water treatment & wastewater treatment)   
  • Industrial spending by sector

1. Introducing Water’s Digital Future   
1.1 What is water’s digital future?   
Figure 1.1 Big data capabilities: water versus other industrial sectors   
1.2 Evolution into the digital   
1.2.1 The need for greater efficiency   
1.2.2 Cost   
1.2.3 Regulation   
1.2.4 Institutionalised digitisation   
1.2.5 Market fragmentation   
1.2.6 Cybersecurity   
1.2.7 Internal barriers   
1.3 Benefits of digital solutions   
1.3.1 Water resources   
1.3.2 Drinking water treatment   
Figure 1.2 Potential savings due to digital solutions in drinking water treatment   
1.3.3 Drinking water distribution   
Figure 1.3 Potential savings due to digital solutions in drinking water distribution   
1.3.4 Customer service, metering and billing   
Figure 1.4 Potential savings due to digital solutions in customer service, metering, and billing   
1.3.5 Wastewater collection and drainage   
Figure 1.5 Potential savings due to digital solutions in wastewater collection and drainage   
1.3.6 Wastewater treatment   
Figure 1.6 Potential savings due to digital solutions in wastewater treatment   
1.4 Envisioning water’s digital future   

2. System Architecture   
2.1 Overview   
Figure 2.1 The architecture and composition of data-driven control and monitoring systems   
2.1.1 Key market players   
Figure 2.2 A selection of key smart water and digital solutions providers   
Figure 2.3 Selected acquisitions in the control & monitoring space   
Figure 2.4 Selected partnerships in the control & monitoring space   
2.2 Physical layer   
2.2.1 Definition   
2.2.2 Developments and innovation   
2.2.3 Key drivers and trends   
2.2.4 Key market players   
Figure 2.5 Major companies with smart solutions   
2.3 Sensors/meters   
2.3.1 Definition   
2.3.1.1 Sensors   
Figure 2.6 Water quality and physical parameters and the rationale for measurement   
Figure 2.7 Sensor methods and time of testing   
2.3.1.2 Meters   
2.3.2 Key drivers/trends
2.3.3 Developments/innovation
2.3.4 Key market players
Figure 2.8 Sensor and metering market players
2.4 Automation & control
2.4.1 Definition
Figure 2.9 Typical SCADA system
2.4.2 Key drivers/trends
2.4.3 Developments/innovation
2.4.4 Key market players
Figure 2.10 Automation and control market players
2.5 Data management and analysis
2.5.1 Definition
Figure 2.11 The role of data management and data analysis (traditional & advanced analytics)
2.5.1.1 Data management
Figure 2.12 Data management systems
2.5.1.2 Data analysis
Figure 2.13 Types and functions of data analytics
2.5.2 Developments
2.5.3 Key market players
Figure 2.14 Data management and analysis market players

3. Market Forecast   
3.1 Global forecast   
Figure 3.1 Global market for control and monitoring solutions for utility and industrial users, 2014-2021   
Figure 3.2 Global market for control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
Figure 3.3 Global market for control and monitoring solutions in industry, 2014-2021   
Figure 3.4 Global market for control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
Figure 3.5 Global market for control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
Figure 3.6 Global market for control and monitoring solutions by parameter, 2014-2021   
3.2 Forecast methodology   
3.2.1 Product type   
Figure 3.7 Description of product categories   
3.2.2 Applications   
Figure 3.8 Description of application categories   
3.2.3 Parameters   
Figure 3.9 Description of parameter categories   

4. Utility Networks   
4.1 Market directions   
4.2 Water distribution networks   
4.2.1 Key market drivers   
4.2.2 Control and monitoring snapshot   
4.2.2.1 Leakage detection   
Figure 4.1 Types of leaks   
Figure 4.2 Key parameters monitored for leakage detection in drinking water networks   
4.2.2.2 Leakage prevention   
Figure 4.3 Key parameters monitored for leakage prevention in drinking water networks   
4.2.2.3 Smart water quality management   
Figure 4.4 Key parameters monitored for water quality management in drinking water networks   
4.2.2.4 Smart network optimisation   
4.2.3 Unmet needs and future developments   
4.2.3.1 Physical layer   
4.2.3.2 Sensors   
4.2.3.3 Communication   
4.2.3.4 Data management and analysis   
4.3 Wastewater networks   
4.3.1 Overview   
4.3.1.1 Key market drivers   
4.3.2 Control and monitoring snapshot
Figure 4.5 Wastewater network infrastructure
Figure 4.6 Combined sewer overflows
4.3.2.1 Sewers and pipelines

  • Condition assessments
  • Combined sewer overflow (CSO) / stormwater sewer overflow (SSO)
  • Wastewater quality monitoring
  • Wastewater network flow meters
  • Household wastewater flow meters

4.3.2.2 Pumping stations
4.3.2.3 Detention tanks, gates and weirs
4.3.3 Unmet needs and future developments
4.3.3.1 Instrumentation
4.3.3.2 Monitoring and data analytics
4.3.3.3 Future directions
4.4 Metering and customer services
4.4.1 Control and monitoring snapshot
4.4.1.1 Automated meter reading (AMR)
4.4.1.2 Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI)
4.4.1.3 Uptake of AMR and AMI
4.4.2 Unmet needs and future developments
4.5 Market dynamics
4.5.1 Procurement
4.5.2 Key market players
4.6 Regional trends
4.6.1 Market forecast
Figure 4.7 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021
Figure 4.8 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021
Figure 4.9 Networks: Spending on sensors, meters and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021

5. Utility Treatment Plants   
5.1 Market directions   
5.2 Water at the source   
5.2.1 Key market drivers   
5.2.2 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 5.1 Commonly monitored parameters in water source management   
5.2.3 Unmet needs and future developments   
5.3 Drinking water treatment plants   
5.3.1 Key market drivers   
Figure 5.2 Example of savings from the Coliminder controlled disinfection technique   
5.3.2 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 5.3 General drinking water treatment train   
Figure 5.4 Commonly monitored parameters in drinking water treatment plants   
5.3.3 Unmet needs and future developments   
5.3.4 Market forecast   
Figure 5.5 Water treatment: Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
Figure 5.6 Water treatment: Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
Figure 5.7 Water treatment: Spending on sensors, meters & lab equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
5.4 Wastewater treatment plants   
5.4.1 Overview   
5.4.1.1 Key market drivers   
5.4.2 Control and monitoring snapshot   
5.4.2.1 Instrumentation   
Figure 5.8 Instrumentation at advanced WWTPs   

  • Collection system   
  • Aeration basin   
  • Nutrient removal   
  • Secondary clarifier   
  • Sludge treatment   
  • Final effluent discharge

Figure 5.9 Overview of parameters measured at a WWTP
5.4.2.2 Control and automation
Data generation and flow
5.4.2.3 Data analytics
Figure 5.10 An example of a sensor reliability report
5.4.3 Unmet needs and future developments
5.5 Market dynamics
5.5.1 Procurement
5.5.2 Key market players
5.6 Market forecast
Figure 5.11 WW: Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021
Figure 5.12 WW: Spending on control & monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021
Figure 5.13 WW treatment: Spending on sensors, meters & lab equipment by parameter, 2014-2021

6. Upstream Oil & Gas   
6.1 Market directions   
6.2 Overview   
6.2.1 Key market drivers   
6.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 6.1 Key applications within the O&G industry and the parameters measured   
6.3.1 Produced water treatment and management   
Figure 6.2 Key parameters for produced water treatment and separation   
Figure 6.3 Example of a three-phase separator and the main parameters to monitor   
6.3.1.1 Produced water management: Re-injection   
Figure 6.4 Key parameters monitored for produced water reinjection   
6.3.1.2 Produced water management: Disposal   
Figure 6.5 Key parameters to monitor in produced water disposal   

  • Overboard discharge   
  • Disposal wells   

6.3.2 Unconventional oil and gas   
6.3.2.1 Hydraulic fracturing: Shale gas/tight oil   
Figure 6.6 The hydraulic fracturing process, with parameters to monitor   
6.3.2.2 Steam assisted gravity drainage: Heavy oil/bitumen   
Figure 6.7 The steam assisted gravity drainage process, with parameters to monitor   
Figure 6.8 Key parameters monitored in steam assisted gravity drainage   
6.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
6.4.1 Instrumentation   
6.4.2 Enhanced connectivity   
6.4.3 Data analytics   
Figure 6.9 Key application areas for advanced data analytics for upstream O&G   
6.4.4 Sub-sea operations   
6.5 Market dynamics   
6.5.1 Procurement   
Figure 6.10 The supply chain for water control and monitoring systems in the upstream O&G sector   
6.5.2 Key market players   
Figure 6.11 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators for the upstream oil & gas industry   
6.6 Market forecast   
6.6.1 Region   
Figure 6.12 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
6.6.2 Category   
Figure 6.13 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
6.6.3 Application   
Figure 6.14 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
6.6.4 Parameter   
Figure 6.15 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
Figure 6.16 Key parameters and forecast categories for the upstream oil & gas industry   

7. Refining & Petrochemicals   
7.1 Market directions   
7.2 Overview   
7.2.1 Key market drivers   
7.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 7.1 Main water applications and key parameters to control and monitor   
7.3.1 Process water   
7.3.1.1 Desalting   
Figure 7.2 Key parameters to monitor in desalting   
Figure 7.3 pH monitoring and control in the desalting process   
7.3.1.2 Boiler water   
Figure 7.4 Key parameters to measure in refinery boiler feedwater   
Figure 7.5 Conductivity and pH measurement in boiler systems for the refining industry   
7.3.1.3 Cooling water   
Figure 7.6 Key parameters to monitor in refinery cooling water   
7.3.2 Wastewater treatment   
Figure 7.7 Key parameters monitored in refinery wastewater   
Figure 7.8 Contaminant specification for reuse water   
7.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
7.4.1 Instrumentation   
7.4.2 Exchangeability and advanced processing   
7.4.3 Big data and advanced data analytics   
Figure 7.9 The key application areas for advanced data analytics for refining & petrochemicals   
7.5 Market dynamics   
7.5.1 Procurement   
Figure 7.10 Procurement process for the water control and monitoring system   
7.5.2 Key market players   
Figure 7.11 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators   
7.6 Market forecast   
7.6.1 Region   
Figure 7.12 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
7.6.2 Category   
Figure 7.13 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
7.6.3 Application   
Figure 7.14 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
7.6.4 Parameter   
Figure 7.15 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
Figure 7.16 Key parameters and forecast categories for the refining & petrochemicals industry   

8. Power   
8.1 Market directions   
8.2 Overview   
8.2.1 Key market drivers   
8.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 8.1 Water systems of a thermal power plant   
8.3.1 Process water   
8.3.1.1 Makeup water treatment plant   
Figure 8.2 Typical parameters and locations for monitoring of demineralisation plants   
8.3.1.2 Condensate polishing   
8.3.2 Steam-water circuit   
Figure 8.3 Typical parameters and locations for monitoring of the steam-water circuit -    
8.3.3 Cooling water   
Figure 8.4 Typical parameters monitored in cooling towers by control target   
8.3.4 Wastewater   
Figure 8.5 Typical parameters monitored in wastewater discharge   
8.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
8.5 Market dynamics   
8.5.1 Procurement   
8.5.2 Key market players   
Figure 8.6 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators for the power industry
8.6 Market forecast
8.6.1 Region
Figure 8.7 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021
8.6.2 Category
Figure 8.8 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021
8.6.3 Application
Figure 8.9 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021
8.6.4 Parameter
Figure 8.10 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021
Figure 8.11 Key parameters and forecast categories for the power industry

9. Mining   
9.1 Market directions   
9.2 Overview   
9.2.1 Key drivers   
9.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 9.1 Parameters measured for water quality and quantity at a mine site   
9.3.1 Process water   
Figure 9.2 Key parameters measured for process water   
9.3.2 Industrial process monitoring   
9.3.3 Wastewater   
Figure 9.3 Key parameters measured for wastewater   
9.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
9.5 Procurement   
9.6 Key players   
Figure 9.4 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators for the mining industry   
9.7 Market forecast   
9.7.1 Region   
Figure 9.5 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
9.7.2 Category   
Figure 9.6 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
9.7.3 Application   
Figure 9.7 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
9.7.4 Parameter   
Figure 9.8 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
Figure 9.9 Key parameters and forecast categories for the mining industry   

10. Food & Beverage   
10.1 Market directions   
10.2 Overview   
10.2.1 Key market drivers   
10.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 10.1 Main parameters measured in a food & beverage plant   
Figure 10.2 An example of a typical pretreatment process   
10.3.1 Clean-in-place   
Figure 10.3 Main parameters measured for clean-in-place applications   
Figure 10.4 An example of a CIP control and monitoring system with wireless sensor transmission   
10.3.2 Brewing   
Figure 10.5 Main parameters measured in brewing   
Figure 10.6 Monitoring and control of the brewing process   
10.3.3 Bottled water and soft drinks   
Figure 10.7 Mineral water and spring water control and monitoring parameters   
Figure 10.8 Main parameters for the control and monitoring of bottled water   
Figure 10.9 Main parameters for the control and monitoring of soft drinks   
10.3.4 Food   
Figure 10.10 Main parameters for the control and monitoring of the dairy industry   
10.3.5 Utility water   
10.3.5.1 Boiler water   
Figure 10.11 Monitoring and control of a plant steam generator
10.3.5.2 Cooling water
10.3.6 Wastewater treatment
Figure 10.12 Main parameters measured in food & beverage wastewater
Figure 10.13 Example of wastewater treatment plant monitoring in food & beverage
10.4 Unmet needs and future developments
10.5 Market dynamics
10.5.1 Procurement
10.5.2 Key market players
Figure 10.14 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators for the food & beverage industry
10.6 Market forecast
10.6.1 Region
Figure 10.15 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021
10.6.2 Category
Figure 10.16 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021
10.6.3 Application
Figure 10.17 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021
10.6.4 Parameter
Figure 10.18 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021
Figure 10.19 Key parameters and forecast categories for the food & beverage industry

11. Pulp & Paper   
11.1 Market directions   
11.2 Overview   
11.2.1 Key market drivers   
11.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
11.3.1 Process water   
Figure 11.1 Fresh water intake and deionisation monitoring and control   
11.3.2 In-process water   
Figure 11.2 Key parameters measured during industrial processing   
11.3.3 Utility water   
11.3.3.1 Boiler water   
11.3.3.2 Cooling systems   
Figure 11.3 Typical parameters monitored in cooling towers by control target   
11.3.4 Wastewater   
11.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
11.5 Market dynamics   
11.5.1 Procurement   
11.5.2 Key market players   
Figure 11.4 Key instrumentation providers and systems integrators for the pulp & paper industry   
11.6 Market forecast   
11.6.1 Region   
Figure 11.5 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
11.6.2 Category   
Figure 11.6 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
11.6.3 Application   
Figure 11.7 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
11.6.4 Parameter   
Figure 11.8 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
Figure 11.9 Key parameters and forecast categories for the pulp & paper industry   

12. Pharmaceuticals   
12.1 Market directions   
12.2 Overview   
12.2.1 Key market drivers   
12.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 12.1 Water control and monitoring applications in biopharmaceutical manufacturing   
Figure 12.2 Water control and monitoring applications in chemical pharmaceutical manufacturing   
12.3.1 Pharmaceutical grade water   
Figure 12.3 Purified water quality standards from USP, Ph. Eur. and JP pharmacopoeias
Figure 12.4 WFI quality standards from USP, Ph. Eur., and JP pharmacopoeias
Figure 12.5 Key parameters measured in pharmaceutical grade water
12.3.2 Wastewater
Figure 12.6 Key parameters measured in pharmaceutical wastewater
12.3.3 Pharmaceutical manufacturing processes
12.4 Unmet needs and future developments
12.4.1 Adoption of online instrumentation
12.4.1.1 TOC and conductivity
12.4.1.2 Rapid microbial testing
12.4.1.3 Rouge monitoring
12.4.2 Greater automation
12.4.3 Data analysis and advanced analytics
12.5 Market dynamics
12.5.1 Procurement
12.5.2 Key market players
Figure 12.7 Main market players active in ultrapure water and wastewater treatment applications
12.6 Market forecast
12.6.1 Region
Figure 12.8 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021
12.6.2 Category
Figure 12.9 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021
12.6.3 Application
Figure 12.10 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021
12.6.4 Parameter
Figure 12.11 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021
Figure 12.12 Key parameters and forecast categories for the pharmaceuticals industry

13. Microelectronics   
13.1 Market directions   
13.2 Overview   
13.2.1 Key market drivers   
13.3 Monitoring and control snapshot   
Figure 13.1 Water distribution system of a wafer fab and the parameters monitored   
13.3.1 Ultrapure water treatment   
Figure 13.2 Key parameters to monitor in ultrapure water treatment   
13.3.2 Wastewater treatment and reuse   
Figure 13.3 Key parameters to monitor in wastewater   
13.4 Unmet needs and future developments   
13.4.1 Instrumentation   
13.4.2 Control and automation   
13.4.3 Big data and advanced analytics   
13.5 Market dynamics   
13.5.1 Procurement   
13.5.2 Key market players   
Figure 13.4 Key instrumentation providers and system integrators for the microelectronics industry   
13.6 Market forecast   
13.6.1 Region   
Figure 13.5 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by region, 2014-2021   
13.6.2 Category   
Figure 13.6 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by category, 2014-2021   
13.6.3 Application   
Figure 13.7 Spending on control and monitoring solutions by application, 2014-2021   
13.6.4 Parameter   
Figure 13.8 Spending on sensors and laboratory equipment by parameter, 2014-2021   
Figure 13.9 Key parameters and forecast categories for the microelectronics industry   

14. Interviewees   

15. References

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