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Global Industrial Automation Description:
The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines automation as “the technique of making an apparatus, a process, or a system operate automatically. Virtually all industries are now using some or the other sort of automation processes in order to increase the overall output and also reduce labor costs. Industrial automation, meanwhile, makes use of robotic devices to complete manufacturing tasks. Industrial automation has a very important role to play in the manufacturing industry. Some of the advantages of industrial automation include stricter quality control, higher waste reduction, and increased integration with business systems, amongst others. However, one of the biggest disadvantages of industrial automation remains the high initial costs to get the process set up along with an increased cost for maintenance of the equipment. In recent year China has emerged as a major force in the industrial automation industry, with most automation companies having direct exposure to the Chinese markets. Most automation companies now have a major presence in China. For example, according to Siemens, China accounts for more than almost 50% of all its CPU/PLC units sold worldwide. This report analyzes the Global Industrial Automation Industry in its latest research offering. The report includes the following: - An introduction to automation and industrial automation through definitions and a look at the benefits of industrial automation. - A thorough analysis of the global industrial automation industry makes up a significant chunk of this report. We analyze the industry through industry statistics, a look at discrete versus process automation, industry developments by geography, the growing penetration of automation worldwide along with the growing focus on embedded control. We also look at the role of energy efficiency in automation. - An analysis of discrete automation is followed by an in-depth analysis of the importance of China to the global automation industry. The recovery of the US manufacturing sector and the important role played by industrial automation in this industry is also analyzed. - A brief analysis of the impact of the growing market for 3D printing on automation is looked at, along with an analysis of the growing confluence of power & automation products. We also look at the mechanical design convergence with automation. - An analysis of major end user markets in which industrial automation processes are utilized follows. We analyze nine major sectors such as Aerospace & Defense, Automobile, Chemicals, consumer, mining, oil & gas, amongst others. - Industry drivers are analyzed in the report. - An in-depth analysis of the major industry players is carried out through an overview of the presence of leading players in the industrial automation markets, financial benchmarking, players are segregated through their performance in discrete automation and process automation, and we also analyze their performance in emerging markets. - Following this, we analyze each player through their business overview, their presence in the automation industry and an outlook for the coming years, along with a SWOT analysis of the players. We analyze a total of 35 players in this report. Taiyou Research's report Global Industrial Automation is a thorough analysis of this industry with the inclusion of over 150 figures & tables to demonstrate the happenings in the industry.
1. Executive Summary 2. Introduction to Industrial Automation 2.1 What is Automation? 2.2 What is Industrial Automation? 2.3 Benefits of Industrial Automation 3. Global Industrial Automation 3.1 Industry Overview 3.2 Discrete versus Process Automation 3.3 Industry Developments by Geography 3.4 Growing Penetration of Automation 3.5 Growing Focus on Embedded Control 3.6 Role of Energy Efficiency in Automation 3.7 Discrete Automation 3.8 Importance of China 3.9 Recovery of the US Manufacturing Sector 3.10 Impact of 3D Printing on Automation 3.11 Confluence of Power & Automation Products 3.12 Mechanical Design Converging with Automation 4. Analysis of Major End Markets 4.1 Overview 4.2 Aerospace & Defense Sector 4.3 Automobile Sector 4.4 Chemical Sector 4.5 Consumer Sector 4.6 Industrial Sector 4.7 Mining Sector 4.8 Oil & Gas Sector 4.9 Pulp & Paper Sector 4.10 Utilities Sector 5. Industry Drivers 6. Analysis of Major Players 6.1 Overview 6.2 Financial Benchmarking 6.3 Discrete Automation 6.4 Process Automation 6.5 Performance of Players in Emerging Markets 6.6 ABB 6.6.1 Business Overview 6.6.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.6.3 SWOT Analysis 6.7 Emerson Electric 6.7.1 Business Overview 6.7.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.7.3 SWOT Analysis 6.8 Fanuc Corporation 6.8.1 Business Overview 6.8.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.8.3 SWOT Analysis 6.9 Honeywell International 6.9.1 Business Overview 6.9.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.9.3 SWOT Analysis 6.10 Invensys Plc 6.10.1 Business Overview 6.10.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.10.3 SWOT Analysis 6.11 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation 6.11.1 Business Overview
6.11.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.11.3 SWOT Analysis 6.12 Rockwell Automation 6.12.1 Business Overview 6.12.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.12.3 SWOT Analysis 6.13 Schneider Electric 6.13.1 Business Overview 6.13.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.13.3 SWOT Analysis 6.14 Siemens AG 6.14.1 Business Overview 6.14.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.14.3 SWOT Analysis 6.15 Spectris Plc 6.15.1 Business Overview 6.15.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.15.3 SWOT Analysis 6.16 Yokogawa Electric Corporation 6.16.1 Business Overview 6.16.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.16.3 SWOT Analysis 6.17 Hollysys Automation Technologies 6.17.1 Business Overview 6.17.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.18 Yaskawa Electric Corporation 6.18.1 Business Overview 6.18.2 Industry Performance & Outlook 6.19 Adept Technology Inc 6.20 Advantech Co., Ltd. 6.21 Aspen Technology, Inc 6.22 Autotech Controls 6.23 Aventi Technology 6.24 Brock Solutions Inc 6.25 Endress + Hauser AG 6.26 Halma Plc 6.27 Hitachi, Ltd. 6.28 IDEC Corporation 6.29 Interroll Holding AG 6.30 Kuka AG 6.31 Metso Automation Oy 6.32 MKS Instruments 6.33 National Instruments Corporation 6.34 OC Oerlikon Corporation Pfaeffikon AG 6.35 OMRON Corporation 6.36 Robert Bosch GmbH 6.37 Rotork Plc 6.38 Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc 6.39 Toshiba Corporation 6.40 WEIDMÜLLER Holding AG & Co. KG 7. Glossary List of Figures Figure 1: Overview of the Automation Industry Figure 2: End Markets for the Global Discrete, Process & Hybrid Automation Figure 3: End Markets for Process Automation by Industry Segments Figure 4: Corporate Capex in Europe (including Construction) as Percentage of GDP, 1993-2013 Figure 5: Corporate Spending in the US on Equipment & Software as Percentage of GDP, up to 2013 Figure 6: Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), 201-2014 Figure 7: Fixed Capital Formations as Percentage of GDP in China, 1992-2012 Figure 8: Index of Global Automation Supplier Sales, Trends up to 2013
Figure 9: Sales Growth of Global Automation compared to Real GDP Growth, up to 2012 Figure 10: Sales Growth of Global Automation compared to Growth in Global IP, up to 2012 Figure 11: Supplier Sales Growth of Global Automation compared to Real Gross Fixed Investment Global Growth up to 2012 Figure 12: Capital Goods Sector Average compared to Automation Growth, 1993-2013 Figure 13: Growth in Global GDP compared to Automation Growth, 1993-2013 Figure 14: Comparing the Robotics Orders & Sales with the Automation Industry in Germany, 2007-2013 Figure 15: Orders & Sales of Electrical Automation in Germany, 2007-2013 Figure 16: Overall VDMA, Orders for Machine Tools & Orders for Automation & Robotics and Electrical Automation, 2010-2013 Figure 17: Orders for Machine Tools versus Automation Orders, 1993-2013 Figure 18: Automation End Markets Segregated by Process, Discrete & Hybrid Automation Figure 19: German Machinery Exports by Destination Country (%), 2012 Figure 20: Global Spending on Automation, Data by ABB, 2000-2013 Figure 21: Machinery Gets Left Behind by Robotics & Automation in Germany, 1990-2010 Figure 22: Growth Rates of the Global Automation End Markets, 2000-2008 Figure 23: Energy as a Percentage of the Total Manufacturing Cost by Industries Figure 24: Global Indices of Discrete Automation Sales & Process Automation Sales, 2005-2012 Figure 25: Sales Growth of Global Process Automation compared to Average Change in S&P Commodity Index up to 2012 Figure 26: Machinery Exports from Germany to China, 2000-2012 Figure 27: Wage Inflation in China (in USD), 2003-2012 Figure 28: Sales of Control Units to China by Siemens, 2007-2012 Figure 29: China's Industrial Automation Industry by End Markets (%), 2012 Figure 30: Market Size of the China Industrial Automation Industry (in RMB Billion), 2010-2015 Figure 31: Direct Exposure of Companies to the Chinese Markets as Percentage of Group Sales, 2002 & 2012 Figure 32: Business Sizes of Automation Companies in China, 2002-2012 Figure 33: Estimated Like for Like (LFL) Revenue Growth, 2012 Figure 34: Sales Growth of Major Automation Companies in China, 2002-2012 Figure 35: Automation Sector Growth in China to FAI, 2002-2013 Figure 36: Supply/Demand & Capex Analysis, 2010-2017 Figure 37: Capacity Utilization in China, 1990-2011 Figure 38: Capital Markets & Banking Systems in Select Countries, 2012 Figure 39: GDP & Credit Ratio Comparison of China & Japan, up to 2010 Figure 40: Corporate Debt & GDP Comparison of China & Japan, up to 2010 Figure 41: Population Growth in China & Japan Figure 42: Percentage of Total Working Age Population in China & Japan, up to 2020 Figure 43: Material Overcapacity in the Chinese Automotive Industry up to 2013 (in Million Vehicles) Figure 44: Domestic Capacity of Vehicles versus Demand for Domestic Cars in China, 2009-2013 Figure 45: Industrial Production in the US after the Recession, up to 2009 Figure 46: US Shipments of Capital Goods after the Recession, up to 2009 Figure 47: US Business Investment as Percentage of GDP, 2000-2012 Figure 48: Spending in the US on Non-Residential Construction & Manufacturing Construction, 2002-2012 Figure 49: Investment in Equipment in the US by Industries, 2002-2011 Figure 50: Employment in US Manufacturing Sector Compared to US Consumption, 1991-2013 Figure 51: Change in US Manufacturing Sector Employment, 2000-2008 Figure 52: US Imports as Percentage of Consumption, 1993-2013 Figure 53: Total US Imports & Share of China, 1993-2013 Figure 54: Comparison of Manufacturing Labor Costs in Select Countries (in USD), 2012 Figure 55: Wage Growth in China, 2002-2012 Figure 56: Manufacturing Sector in Select Countries Hourly Compensation Costs (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 57: European Union Wage Growth (in USD), 2002-2012 Figure 58: Manufacturing Costs in the US as compared to Other Trading Countries, 2012 Figure 59: Electricity Costs in the US & Germany (in USD Cents per Kilowatthours), 2008-2012 Figure 60: Gas Prices in the US & Germany (in USD/MMBTU), 2009-2012 Figure 61: Converging of ABB's Automation & Power Products Figure 62: Integration of Control Design & PLM Figure 63: Present-day Integration of Control Design & PLM Figure 64: Growth in the Industrial IT & Industrial Software Market (in EUR Billion), 2012 & 2018 Figure 65: Capex Value by End Markets (%), 2012 Figure 66: Revenues of End Markets of Capital Goods Industry in Europe (%), 2012 Figure 67: Industrial Capex as Percentage of Sales in Europe & North America, 2000-2013 Figure 68: Industrial Capex as Percentage of Depreciation in Europe & North America, 2000-2013
Figure 69: End Market Capex as Percentage of Depreciation in Last 12 Months Figure 70: Capex of the Global Aerospace & Defense Industry (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 71: Global Automotive Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 72: Global Chemical Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 73: Global Consumer Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 74: Companies' Consumer Sector Performance as Percentage of 2013 Sales Figure 75: Global Industrial Sector Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 76: Global Mining Sector Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 77: Companies' Performance in the Mining Sector as a Percentage of 2013 Sales Figure 78: Global Oil & Gas Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 79: Companies' Oil & Gas Sector Performance as Percentage of 2013 Sales Figure 80: Global Pulp & Paper Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 81: Companies' Pulp & Paper Sector Performance as Percentage of 2013 Sales Figure 82: Global Utilities Industry Capex (in USD), 2000-2012 Figure 83: Companies' Utilities Sector Performance as Percentage of 2013 Sales Figure 84: Segmentation of the Global Discrete Automation Industry (%) Figure 85: Segmentation of the Global Process Automation Industry (%) Figure 86: CAGR for Major Automation Companies, 2004-2013 H1 Figure 87: Like for Like Sales Decline & Recovery during the Recent Recession for Major Automation Companies Figure 88: Like for Like Growth in Discrete Automation, 2009-2013 Figure 89: Like for Like Growth in Process Automation, 2009-2013 Figure 90: Comparing the Operating Margins of Discrete Businesses of Major Players, 2008-2013 Figure 91: Comparing the Operating Margins of Control & Software Business & Motor & Drives Business, 2008-2013 Figure 92: Comparison of Industry Margins in Process Automation Businesses of Major Players, 2008-2013 Figure 93: Players in the Global Discrete Manufacturing Industries, Market Share, 2012 Figure 94: Players in the Global Process Industries, Market Share, 2012 Figure 95: Market Share of the Global Drives Industry, 2012 Figure 96: ABB's Revenues of ABB Automation, 2012 Figure 97: Breakup of ABB Discrete Automation & Motion Segment by End Use Markets (%), 2012 Figure 98: Breakup of ABB Process Automation by End Use Markets (%), 2012 Figure 99: Emerson Process Management Sales Breakdown by End Markets (%), 2012 Figure 100: Emerson Process Management Product Segmentation, 2012 Figure 101: Industrial Automation as Percentage of Emerson Group Sales (%), 2012 Figure 102: Emerson's Industrial Automation Breakup by End User Markets (%), 2012 Figure 103: Fanuc Corporation Revenues Breakdown by Business Segments (%), 2013 Figure 104: Fanuc Corporation Revenues Breakdown by Geography (%), 2013 Figure 105: Percentage of Process Solutions in Overall Honeywell Sales (%), 2012 Figure 106: Organic Revenue Growth of Honeywell Process Solutions, 2012-2013 Figure 107: End User Markets for Honeywell Process Solutions Figure 108: Revenue Breakdown of Invensys Plc by Business Segments (%), 2013 Figure 109: Invensys Plc Revenue Breakdown by End User Segments (%), 2013 Figure 110: Invensys Revenues from Software Division by Business Segments (%), 2013 Figure 111: Invensys Revenues from Software Division by Geography (%), 2013 Figure 112: Invensys Revenues from Software Division by Sales Channels (%), 2013 Figure 113: Invensys Revenues from Software Division by End User Markets (%), 2013 Figure 114: Invensys Revenues from Industrial Automation Division by End User Markets (%), 2013 Figure 115: Invensys Revenues from Industrial Automation Division by Geography (%), 2013 Figure 116: Invensys Revenues from Industrial Automation Division by Business Sector (%), 2013 Figure 117: Invensys Revenues from Energy Controls Division by Business Sectors (%), 2013 Figure 118: Invensys Revenues from Energy Controls Division by Geography (%), 2013 Figure 119: Invensys Revenues from Energy Controls Division by Sales Channels (%), 2013 Figure 120: Sales & Margins of Mitsubishi Electric (in JPY Billion), 2012-2016 Figure 121: Orders Received in Factory Automation of Mitsubishi Electric (on a monthly basis), 2012-2013 Figure 122: Rockwell Automation Sales Breakdown by Segments (%), 2012 Figure 123: Rockwell Automation Operating Profit Breakdown by Segments (%), 2012 Figure 124: Rockwell Automation Major Products, 2012 Figure 125: Major End User Markets for Rockwell Automation in 2012 Figure 126: Percentage Share of End User Markets for Rockwell Automation (%), 2012 Figure 127: Organic Sales of Schneider Electric versus Select Automation Companies, 2005-2012 Figure 128: Schneider's PlantStruxure Automation Architecture Figure 129: Penetration of Siemens in Hybrid & Process Automation Sectors
Figure 130: Market Size & Market Growth of Products, Estimates by Siemens (in EUR Billion) Figure 131: Drive Technologies of Siemens AG, Industry Segmentation by Revenue (%), 2012 Figure 132: Siemens AG's DT Drive System Figure 133: Spectris Plc Sales by End User Markets (%), 2012 Figure 134: Spectris Sales by Business Segments (in GBP Million), 2007-2012 Figure 135: Spectris Plc Sales Breakdown by Geography (%), 2012 Figure 136: Spectris Plc Sales Breakdown by Business Segments (%), 2012 Figure 137: Hollysys Revenues Breakdown by Business Segments (%), 2014(e) Figure 138: New Orders of Industrial Automation for Hollysys, 2010-2013 Figure 139: Gross Profit Margin of Hollysys by Business Segments, 2014(e) Figure 140: Revenue CAGR of Hollysys by Business Segments, 2012-2015 Figure 141: Yaskawa Electric Sales Breakdown by Business Segments (%), 2013 Figure 142: Yaskawa Electric Sales Breakdown by Geography (%), 2013 List of Tables Table 1: Growth of the Global Automation Industry by Regions (in EUR Billion), 2012-2018 Table 2: Growth of the Global Automation Industry by Industry Segments (in EUR Billion), 2012-2018 Table 3: Sales Percentage of Major Companies Split by Process & Discrete Automation Table 4: German Machinery Exports by Destination Country (%), 2012 Table 5: Percentage of Automation Sales from China by Major Companies Table 6: Major Players in the PLM Market Table 7: Consensus Capex Growth Outlook for Automation End Markets Table 8: Changes to End Market Capex Outlook Table 9: Capex Outlook for the Global Aerospace & Defense Industry, 2000-2012 Table 10: Global Automotive Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 11: Global Chemical Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 12: Global Consumer Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 13: Global Industrial Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 14: Global Mining Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 15: Global Oil & Gas Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 16: Global Pulp & Paper Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 17: Global Utilities Industry Capex Outlook, 2013-2014 Table 18: Comparison of Product Portfolios of Various Companies Table 19: Major Players in Automation & their Areas of Expertise Table 20: Market Positions of Major Players in Key Verticals Table 21: Major Players & their Expertise in Process Automation Table 22: End Markets for Major Process Industry Companies as Percentage of Total Sales Table 23: Major Players Sales Share as Percentage of Revenues in Emerging Markets (%), 2012 Table 24: Presence of Major Automation Companies in China & Other Emerging Markets Table 25: Financial of Baldor (in USD Million), 2010-2012 Table 26: Financial Performance of the Automation Division at Emerson Electric, 2003-2014 Table 27: Financial Performance of Fanuc Corporation by Segments (in Yen Millions), 2005-2015 Table 28: Financial Performance of Honeywell (in USD Millions), 2002-2014 Table 29: Financial Performance of Invensys Software Division, 2012-2013 Table 30: Financial Performance of Invensys Industrial Automation Sector, 2012-2013 Table 31: Financial Performance of Invensys Energy Controls Sector, 2012-2013 Table 32: Financial Performance of Mitsubishi Electric (in Yen Billion), 2002-2014 Table 33: Financial Performance of Siemens AG (in EUR Millions), 2007-2015 Table 34: Overview of Siemens Drive Technology Table 35: Financials of Siemens Drive Technology Division (in EUR Million), 2007-2015 Table 36: Overview of Spectris Plc's Businesses Table 37: Financial Performance of Yokogawa Electric, 2011-2015 Table 38: Financial Performance of Hollysys Automation (in USD Millions), 2012-2016 Table 39: Overview of Yaskawa Table 40: Financial Performance of Yaskawa Electric (in Yen Million), 2005-2015
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