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Simulation and Test Data Management Market: North America Region Expected to be the Largest Revenue Generator for Simulation and Test Data Management by 2026: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016-2026

NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Simulation or testing is the process of designing a model of an actual or a theoretical physical system to represent important aspects of the real world. These software helps to predict the behaviour of a system, which can be used to evaluate a new design, diagnose problem with existing designs, and test a system under conditions that are difficult to replicate in reality. Simulation or test data management software effectively manage data and process information that has been generated from simulation and test software, which offers benefits such as faster time-to-market, better use of information, lowers development costs and increases collaboration within an organization.

FMI forecasts the simulation and test data management market to grow at 12.5% CAGR during the forecast period 2016-2026, and is expected to reach US$ 480.6 Mn in terms of revenues by 2026 end. Software segment is estimated to hold the largest share among the components segment, accounting or US$ 354.7 Mn by 2026, up from US$ 108.8 Mn in 2016.

Increasing demand for data management software to protect against loss of data generated is one of the main drivers of simulation and test data management market

The simulation and test data management market is anticipated to witness a significant revenue growth during the forecast period, owing to increasing demand for data management software to protect against loss of data generated from simulation and test software, increasing efforts to reduce time-to-market company's product and need to manage and analyse data generated from simulation and test data management software etc. Moreover, demand from verticals such as automotive, aerospace & defence etc. is expected to increase as simulation and testing software are already used on wide scale in these verticals and thus there is a greater need to have a data management software.

High development costs associated with simulation and test data management software, coupled with a long recovery period are the major challenges faced by simulation and test data management market. Transferring large amount of data from simulation and test data management software to computers can be a time consuming process, which is another challenge for the adoption of this technology.


Market Segmentation

By Component Type
- Software
- Development Type
- On Premise
- Hosted
- Services

By Vertical
- Automotive
- Architecture and Construction
- Consumer Goods and Retail
- Aerospace and Defence
- Energy and Utility
- Medical
- Others

By Region
- North America
- Latin America
- Western Europe
- Eastern Europe
- Asia Pacific excluding Japan
- Japan
- Middle East and Africa

Software segment is expected to account for maximum market revenue share by 2026

Among all the components, software segment is expected to account for maximum market revenue share by 2026, as software being a very important component of this market. In software sub-segment, hosted software category is expected to witness highest growth rate during forecast period, followed by on-premise software.

Aerospace and defence vertical is expected to increase at highest growth rate during the forecast period

In the vertical segment, aerospace & defence vertical is expected to increase at highest growth rate during the forecast period, followed by automotive vertical. Increasing expenditure on aerospace & defence verticals by major countries is expected to drive the demand for this verticals.

North America region is expected to be the largest revenue generator for simulation and test data management by 2026

Market in North America region is expected to be the largest revenue generator for simulation and test data management market by 2026, is expected to account for a revenue share of 37.8% by 2026, owing to region being a centre for major companies from automobile, aerospace & defence, and healthcare verticals. Region-wise, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to be the second largest market in simulation and test data management market with market revenue expected to be valued at US$ 119.8 Mn by 2026.

Certain market companies are providing integrated simulation and data management software as a single solution to consolidate their position in the market

Key players reported in this study on the simulation and test data market include Siemens PLM, AVL, Dassault Systèmes: 3D Software Company, IBM Corporation, MSC Software Corporation, Informatica, ANSYS Software Pvt. Ltd., ESI Group, and Autodesk, Inc. who have significantly increased their footprint in the simulation and test data management market over the years.

Some of the companies such as Siemens PLM and Dassault Systèmes: 3D Software Company are providing integrated simulation and data management software as a single solution, to consolidate their position in the market. Companies such as Informatica are providing test data management software with the help of hybrid cloud, offering a combination of on premise and hosted services.

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