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|March 24, 2014 08:49 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Analysis of the Global RFID in Manufacturing Market
Demand for Active RFID will Increase to Fulfill Business Needs more Efficiently
•The total radio frequency identification (RFID) in manufacturing market was estimated to be $xx million in 2013.
•In 2013, tags was a $xxmillion market and contributedxx% of the market share, hardware was a $xxmillion market with xx% of the market share, and software and services was a $xxmillion market with xx% of the market share.
•The RFID technologies used for the manufacturing industry are passive RFID, active RFID, and battery-assisted passive (BAP) RFID. The primary applications of RFID in the manufacturing industry are inventory management, work-in-progress (WIP) tracking, assembly operations, quality control, supply chain, and personnel tracking.
•The total RFID in manufacturing market is expected to grow at a CAGR of xx% between 2013 and 2020, and total market revenue is expected to be $xx million at the end of the forecast period.
Asia and Latin America will be the key growth areas in the medium and short term.
Although passive RFIDs will continue to hold most of the market share, active RFIDs and real-time location systems (RTLS) offer high growth opportunities.
Growth opportunities exist across all applications within the manufacturing industry.
Automotive manufacturing and aerospace manufacturing will offer faster growth opportunities.
Technological innovations in terms of product performance and the combination of multiple solutions will drive the market.
•The scope of this study includes market forecasts developed for the global RFID in manufacturing market. The scope of the manufacturing industry includes the following:
oPrimary metal manufacturing, fabricated metal product manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, electrical equipment manufacturing, and transportation equipment manufacturing.
oTransportation equipment manufacturing includes automotive and aerospace manufacturing.
•The following segments are included:
oPassive RFID includes passive RFID sensors.
oActive RFID includes RTLS and active RFID sensors.
oBAP RFID includes BAP RFID sensors.
•Product segments include tags, hardware, and software and services.
oTags include passive, active, BAP, RTLS, and sensor tags of all kinds.
oHardware includes printers and readers such as fixed, handheld, portable, mounted, laptops, desktop, tablets, and smartphones.
oSoftware and services include middleware, operating systems, intelligent layers, software platforms, system integration, post-deployment maintenance, and training.
•The study includes market size, growth rates, and revenue forecasts, including product types, vertical markets, and specified geographic regions.
•The base year for this study is 2013. Revenue and revenue growth rates are provided for the 2010 to 2020 study period.
•Reporting covers key market forces such as drivers and restraints to evaluate their influences on market growth. This study also includes the competitive structure of the market and key industry participants.
•All prices quoted in the study are in US dollars unless otherwise specified.
oThe United States
oThe Middle East
oThe rest of Europe
oSouth and Southeast Asia
oThe rest of APAC
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
What are the key trends in the market?
What are the key drivers and restraints affecting the market?
How is the market structured, and how will the market grow in the short and long terms?
What are the technologies and products available, and who are some of the key competitors?
Are the products/services offered today meeting customer needs, or is additional development needed?
Are the vendors in the space ready to go it alone, or do they need partnerships to take their business to the next level?
Total RFID in Manufacturing Market
External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
Forecast and Trends
Market Share and Competitive Analysis
Passive RFID Segment Breakdown
Active RFID Segment Breakdown
Battery-assisted Passive RFID Segment Breakdown
The Americas Breakdown
The Last Word
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