The Global Remote Tank Monitoring Market is the second consecutive report from The Publisher analysing the latest developments on the market for connected tanks.
This strategic research report from The Publisher provides you with 95 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.
The installed base of connected tanks to fivefold in the next 5 years
The Publisher estimates that the global installed base of active remote tank monitoring (RTM) solutions reached 2.5 million units in 2018. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36.3 percent, the active installed base is estimated to reach 11.9 million units worldwide in 2023.
The Publisher estimates that the European market accounted for more than 0.6 million active RTM systems at the end of 2018. The North American market is estimated to be larger than the European at around 0.9 million active units. The Asia-Pacific market is moreover estimated to represent an installed base of about 0.7 million RTM systems at the end of 2018. South America and Middle East & Africa are smaller markets having installed bases of 127,000 units and 253,000 units respectively.
Highlights from this report:
- Insights from numerous interviews with market-leading companies.
- Comprehensive overview of the remote tank monitoring value chain and key applications.
- Summary of the latest industry trends and developments.
- Updated in-depth profiles of 64 key players in this market.
- Reviews of vendor market shares and competitive dynamics.
- Extensive global and regional market forecasts lasting until 2023.
This report answers the following questions:
- What is the potential market size for remote tank monitoring applications?
- Which trends and developments are shaping the market?
- Which are the key application areas for this technology?
- What business models are used by the solution vendors?
- What are the market shares for the leading solution vendors?
- How will emerging LPWA connectivity options affect the market?
- How will the remote tank level monitoring market evolve in the future?
Who should buy this report?
- Device Vendors
- Service Providers
- Telecom Operators
- Tank Fleet Owners
- Government Agencies
Table of Contents
List of Figures
1 Tank monitoring solutions
1.1 Introduction to remote tank monitoring
1.2 Remote tank monitoring infrastructure
1.2.1 Tank segment
1.2.2 GNSS segment
1.2.3 Network segment
1.2.4 Backoffice segment
1.3 Tank fleet management
1.3.1 Tank location tracking and level monitoring
1.3.2 Security tracking and intervention
1.3.3 Regulatory compliance and reporting
1.3.4 Health and safety
1.4 Distribution operations management
1.4.1 Optimization of delivery and pick up routes
1.4.2 Inventory management and analytics
1.5 Tank segments and use cases
1.6 Business models and project strategies
2 Market forecasts and trends
2.1 Market analysis
2.1.1 The installed base of remote tank monitoring solutions
2.1.2 Remote tank monitoring vendor market shares
2.2 Market drivers and barriers
2.2.1 Macroeconomic environment
2.2.2 Regulatory environment
2.2.3 Competitive environment
2.2.4 Technology environment
2.3 Value chain analysis
2.3.1 Telematics industry players
2.3.2 Tank and level sensor industry players
2.3.3 Telecom industry players
2.3.4 IT industry players
2.4 Future industry trends
3 Company profiles and strategies
3.1 European solution providers
3.1.3 Dunraven Systems
3.1.4 Engie Laborelec
3.1.5 ETM Mätteknik
3.1.6 Fuel it
3.1.8 HMS Industrial Networks
3.1.10 ISA – Intelligent Sensing Anywhere
3.1.13 Measure Connect Display (MCD)
3.1.15 Oriel Systems
3.1.18 Schneider Electric
3.1.19 Sensile Technologies
3.1.23 Top Fuel
3.2 North American solution providers
3.2.1 Anova (DataOnline)
3.2.2 Asset Monitoring Solutions
3.2.3 ATEK Access Technologies (TankScan)
3.2.5 Automation Products Group
3.2.6 Banner Engineering
3.2.7 Digi International
3.2.8 Electronic Sensors (Level Devil)
3.2.11 Fluid Delivery Solutions
3.2.12 FreeWave Technologies
3.2.13 Hoover Ferguson Group
3.2.14 InSite Platform Partners (North American Satellite Corporation)
3.2.15 New Boundary Technologies
3.2.17 Peabody Engineering
3.2.19 Rugged Telemetry
3.2.20 Schmitt Industries (Xact Tank Monitoring Systems)
3.2.21 SkyBitz (Ametek)
3.2.22 Tank Utility
3.2.26 Wise Telemetry
3.3 Rest of World solution providers
3.3.3 Hawk Measurement
3.3.4 HyDip (IOR)
3.3.6 Silicon Controls
3.3.7 Solidat Applied Technologies
3.4 Tank level sensor manufacturers
The Publisher estimates that the global installed base of active remote tank monitoring (RTM) solutions reached 2.5 million units in 2018. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 36.3 percent, the active installed base is estimated to reach 11.9 million units worldwide in 2023. The Publisher estimates that the European market accounted for more than 0.6 million active RTM systems at the end of 2018. The North American market is estimated to be larger than the European at around 0.9 million active units. The Asia-Pacific market is moreover estimated to represent an installed base of about 0.7 million RTM systems at the end of 2018. South America and Middle East & Africa are smaller markets having installed bases of 127,000 units and 253,000 units respectively.
There are more than 100 RTM solution vendors active on the market worldwide and this report covers 58 companies. The Publisher ranks Anova (formerly DataOnline) as the leading RTM solution provider in terms of the active installed base worldwide with an installed base of about 380,000 RTM units at the end of 2018. Anova has done a string of acquisitions including Independent Technologies, Wikon, ISA and iTank (Sierra Wireless) to become the largest RTM solution vendor with more than 1,000 customers in 70 countries. Silicon Controls and SkyBitz (Ametek) were in second and third place having achieved installed bases of about 250,000 units and 130,000 units respectively. Silicon Controls is based in Australia and primarily focuses on gas tanks whereas SkyBitz is based in the US and most of its tanks under management can be found in North America and a few in Mexico and other countries. Polish AIUT and Tecson from Germany shared fourth place and had each an installed base of 100,000 tank monitoring systems. ISA – Intelligent Sensing Anywhere and Sensile Technologies follow and have reached 75,000 and 70,000 tanks under management respectively. Varec, ATEK Access Technologies, Dunraven Systems and Kingspan are also ranked among the largest providers with 35,000–50,000 units each. Other RTM solution providers with installed bases of more than 25,000 RTM systems in active use at the end of 2018 include Powelectrics, Tank Utility, FreeWave, SilentSoft and Insite Platform Partners.
- Dunraven Systems
- Engie Laborelec
- ETM Mätteknik
- Fuel it
- HMS Industrial Networks
- ISA – Intelligent Sensing Anywhere
- Measure Connect Display (MCD)
- Oriel Systems
- Schneider Electric
- Sensile Technologies
- Top Fuel
- Anova (DataOnline)
- Asset Monitoring Solutions
- ATEK Access Technologies (TankScan)
- Automation Products Group
- Banner Engineering
- Digi International
- Electronic Sensors (Level Devil)
- Fluid Delivery Solutions
- FreeWave Technologies
- Hoover Ferguson Group
- InSite Platform Partners (North American Satellite Corporation)
- New Boundary Technologies
- Peabody Engineering
- Rugged Telemetry
- Schmitt Industries (Xact Tank Monitoring Systems)
- SkyBitz (Ametek)
- Tank Utility
- Wise Telemetry
- Hawk Measurement
- HyDip (IOR)
- Silicon Controls
- Solidat Applied Technologies
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