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Global Water Automation & Instrumentation Market to see 11.75% CAGR to 2020 Says a New Research Report Available at offers "Water Automation and Instrumentation Market by Process stage (Collection, Treatment and Distribution), Automation Technology, Instrumentation, End user Application and Geography - Analysis & Forecast (2014 - 2020)" global resea

DALLAS, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The water automation and instrumentation market analyzes the ecosystem of the industry, and the key market by process stage that includes collection, treatment and distribution of water and by technology that includes distribution control system, supervisory control and data acquisition, programmable logic controller, human machine interface, manufacturing execution system, identity & access management, and laboratory information management system. The instrument segment covers the pressure transmitter, level transmitter, temperature transmitter, electromagnetic flow meters, sludge density measurement, gas and liquid analyzer, leakage detection systems and high and low AC drives.The application segment covers the market share of different applications for water automation and instrumentation. The report also provides the geographic view for major regions such as the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Africa.This report also discusses the burning issues, market dynamics, and winning imperatives for the water automation and instrumentation market. The automation and instrumentation technology is gaining value due to its applications in the water industry. The applications of automation and instrumentation such as industrial, commercial and agriculture are enjoying a high market size in terms of value in the water automation and instrumentation market. The water automation and instrumentation market has the highest market share in developed economies such as the Americas. The APAC and the Middle East are also estimated to grow at a high  rate in the forecast period.  Complete report is available at .

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The competitive landscape of the water automation and instrumentation market presents a very interesting picture. The market is witnessing new product launches and large scale collaborations, and agreements and partnerships across the value chain, with a number of tier-one players around the globe. Companies like Abb Ltd., Ch2m Hill Inc., Emerson Electric Co., Endress+Hauser Ag, General Electric,  Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Pepperl+Fuchs, Rockwell Automation Inc., Siemens Ag, and Yokogawa Electric Corporation are profiled in this research available for purchase at .

Table of Contents for Water Automation and Instrumentation Market by Process stage (Collection, Treatment and Distribution), Automation Technology, Instrumentation, End user Application and Geography - Analysis & Forecast (2014 - 2020) Research Report Cover:

1 Introduction

1.1 Objectives

1.2 Report Description

1.3 Markets Covered

1.4 Stakeholders

1.5 Research Methodology

1.5.1 Market Size

1.5.2 Key Data Taken From Secondary Sources

1.5.3 Key Data Taken From Primary Sources

1.5.4 Assumptions Made For This Report

1.5.5 List Of Companies Covered During Primaries

2 Executive Summary

3 Cover Story: Expert Interview

 Market Overview

4.1 Market Definition

4.2 Evolution Of Process Automation

4.3 The Segmentation Of The Process Water Automation And Instrumentation Market

4.4 Market Dynamics

4.5 Market Drivers

4.5.1 Need For A Smart Water System Due To Water Scarcity

4.5.1 The Need Of Automated Processing Systems Due To The Growing Complexities In The Water System

4.5.1 Growing Investments In Infrastructure Through Public And Private Partnerships

4.5.1 Increasing Labor Wages Expected To Drive The Process Automation Landscape

4.5.2 Restraints

4.5.3 Opportunities

4.6 Burning Issue

4.7 Winning Imperatives

4.8 Value Chain Analysis

4.9 Porter's Five Force Analysis

4.9.1 Threats Of New Entrants

4.9.2 Threats From Substitutes

4.9.3 Bargaining Power Of Suppliers

4.9.4 Bargaining Power Of Buyers

4.9.5 Degree Of Competition

5 Market By Process Stage

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Collection Of Water

5.3 Treatment Of Water

5.4 Distribution Of Water

6 Market By Automation Technology

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Distributed Control System (Dcs)

6.3 Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (Scada)

6.4 Programmable Logic Controller (Plc)

6.5 Human Machine Interface (Hmi)

6.6 Manufacturing Execution Systems (Mes)

6.7 Identity & Access Management (Iam)

6.8 Laboratory Information Management System (Lims)

7 Market By Instrumentation

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Pressure Transmitter

7.3 Level Transmitter

7.4 Electromagnetic Flowmeters

7.5 Sludge Density Measurement

7.6 Gas And Liquid Analyzer

7.7 Leakage Detection Systems

7.8 Control Valves

7.9 High And Low Ac Drives

7.1 Others

8 Market By End-User Application

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Drinking Water

8.3 Household Water (Other Than Drinking Water)

8.4 Commercial Water

8.5 Industrial Water

8.6 Agriculture

8.7 Others

9 Market By Geography

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Americas

9.2.1 North America

9.2.2 South America

9.3 Europe

9.3.1 Germany

9.3.2 U.K.

9.3.3 France

9.3.4 Italy

9.4 APAC

9.4.1 Australia

9.4.2 China

9.4.3 Japan

9.4.4 South Korea

9.4.5 India

9.5 Middle East

9.5.1 Egypt

9.5.2 Kuwait

9.5.3 Qatar

9.5.4 Saudi Arabia

9.5.5 United Arab Emirates

9.6 Africa

10 Competitive Landscape

10.1 Introduction

10.1.1 Key Growth Strategies

10.1.2 Major Companies And Their Rankings

10.1.3 New Product Developments In Water Automation And Instrumentation Market

10.1.4 Contracts

10.1.5 Partnerships And Collaborations

10.1.6 Acquisitions

10.1.7 Business Expansion

10.1.8 Others (Awards,Recognitions, Certifications And Upgradation

11 Company Profiles

11.1 Abb Ltd.

11.2 Ch2m Hill Inc.

11.3 Emerson Electric Co.

11.4 Endress+Hauser Ag

11.5 General Electric

11.6 Mitsubishi Electric Corp

11.7 Pepperl+Fuchs

11.8 Rockwell Automation Inc.

11.9 Siemens Ag

11.10 Yokogawa Electric Corporation

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