The Ultrasonic Flowmeters market research delivers current market analysis plus a five year market and technology forecast. It is available in multiple editions including worldwide, all regions, and most major countries.
Ultrasonic Flowmeters Market: Accurate and Non-intrusive Solutions for a Wide Range of Industries
ARC Advisory Group research indicates that ultrasonic flowmeters continue to make waves in the world of flow measurement, offering accurate and non-intrusive solutions for a wide range of industries. With their advanced technology and numerous benefits, ultrasonic flowmeters are transforming the way businesses monitor and control fluid flow. Ultrasonic flowmeters utilize ultrasonic waves to measure the velocity of fluid flowing through a pipe. These devices are known for their non-invasive nature, as they do not require physical contact with the medium, making them ideal for applications where pipe modification or fluid contamination is not feasible. One of the key advantages of ultrasonic flowmeters is their high accuracy, providing precise measurements even for low flow rates. By utilizing multiple paths and sophisticated signal processing algorithms, these flowmeters ensure reliable data for critical applications in industries such as water & wastewater, oil & gas, HVAC, and pharmaceuticals.
Ultrasonic Flowmeters Strategic Issues
In addition to providing a five-year market forecast, the Ultrasonic Flowmeter Market Research Report provides detailed quantitative current market data and addresses key strategic issues as follows:
Digitize Water Management
By 2030, demand for fresh water is projected to outpace supply by almost 40 percent. Water utilities are being challenged to operate more efficiently, lower operating costs, and enhance customer satisfaction. Water scarcity has become a universal issue and reducing water usage has reached critical mass at utilities worldwide. This is particularly true in arid regions that rely on costly desalinated water as their primary source of potable water. Manufacturers and suppliers can help address the threat of this water shortage by minimizing water consumption and wastage —not only to increase their efficiency and reduce costs but also to help reduce the environmental and social impact of water wastage.
Accessing data from field devices is one of the main ways of dealing with the above issues. IoT and data analytics can enable this and drive change from two directions: gathering and analyzing data to improve production processes, and then using the aggregated data to create solutions with a good business value proposition. Using IoT platform and the Cloud, users can connect to thousands of sensors in facilities worldwide. This way they can monitor, collect, and analyze real-time water usage data; improve efficiency; and reduce water, energy, and operational costs.
Use Industrial IoT to Address Skills Gap
End user organizations continue to face a shortfall of qualified personnel, as fewer new workforce entries perceive process automation, process engineering, chemical engineering, or similar technical fields as attractive career paths. Furthermore, it can take up to two years to train a new hire effectively in the field of automation, and once trained, it may be difficult to retain that individual. This “brain drain” is a major challenge for end user organizations, and sophisticated forms of technology and automation such as Industrial IoT can play a key role in filling this skills gap.
Forward-looking suppliers are already investing to bring Industrial IoT to the field device level. Various Industrial IoT capabilities, such as remote monitoring and remote services, can help establish a more collaborative relationship between end users and suppliers. End users can leverage the expertise of suppliers to help manage plant assets across their entire lifecycle.
Use Ethernet Connectivity for Greater Process Insight
Ethernet connection is generating a lot of interest in both the user and supplier communities. Ethernet offers many benefits such as lower total cost of ownership, improved adaptability, better security, and widespread availability and market familiarity. It offers improved connectivity and functionality, allowing for easier access to measurement information.
In recent years, the networking technology has also overcome many of its disadvantages that hindered adoption in the industrial world. Using fiberoptic cables, Ethernet can be deployed for longer distances. Ethernet switches for hazardous areas are available, and users also have the option of Power over Ethernet, so there is no need to run additional lines for power supply. In the process world, Ethernet can now connect a wide range of field instruments, including flowmeters, to the central control system.
Suppliers are now offering Ethernet modules to allow easy integration of their flowmeters into EtherNet/IP control systems. Several suppliers are also offering native Ethernet connectivity with Ethernet ports directly integrated in the device with no need for extra converters or adapters. Ethernet connection aids easy configuration, monitoring, and maintenance. Users can use a web server to remotely view device data, conduct diagnostics, and configure the flowmeter. As owner-operators strive to simplify operations and achieve higher efficiency, ARC sees rising adoption of industrial Ethernet.
Ultrasonic Flowmeters Research Formats and Editions Available
This market research may be purchased as a MIRA Service, an Excel Workbook, and/or as a Market Analysis Report (PDF). MIRA Services help unlock the full benefits of ARC’s market intelligence, making the data more actionable for you by adding qualitative context to our market data in an online environment unique to each customer. Regional editions include country and industry market data. Formats available are listed below:
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Market Forecast and History
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