Our technologies section provides an overview of key treatment technologies used in the global water sector, including trends for their use, opportunities for adoption of new technologies, and forecasts of possible future investments. We currently have in depth analysis of the markets for sludge management technologies, real-time smart network monitoring solutions, and low pressure membrane technologies. These reports show you where the biggest opportunities are, and how you can access these markets.
Industrial Water Technology Markets 2015 includes analysis of new technologies for suspended solids removal, advanced biological treatment, ion exchange, disinfection, dissolved solids removal. We show you which industries have the most promising opportunities for these technologies, including upstream oil & gas, refining, power generation, mining, food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, pulp & paper, and microelectronics.
The most promising opportunities for new water treatment technologies are those that offer improve methods of removal of dissolved and suspended solids, biological wastewater treatment and disinfection. This subsection includes an overview of these technologies, how they work, and when they might be used. We will expand this subsection in January 2015, with the publication of our new report, Industrial Water Technology Markets 2015. The report will contain detailed analysis of the opportunities for these technologies in different industries, including upstream oil & gas, refining, power generation, mining, food & beverage, pharmaceuticals, pulp & paper, and microelectronics.
Water's Digital Future: The outlook for monitoring, control and data management systemsBig data is changing the face of the water industry, and the management of data-driven monitoring and control systems will increasingly infiltrate every part of the water business. Driven by continued water quality regulations and the need to improve process efficiencies and optimise system performance, there has been an increased uptake of monitoring and control systems that are able to detect changes in real-time. Water's Digital Future is the first report of its kind that provides a comprehensive guide to the entire monitoring, control and data system market across the full breadth of the water industry.
Industrial Water Technology Markets 2015
Discover how your business can benefit from the rapid growth of the industrial water sector and where you can pitch your technology in the market. Industrial water is the fastest growing sector of the global water market but with each industry facing substantial challenges in their business, including tighter water quality standards, new wastewater discharge regulations and issues surrounding scarce water resourcs, there are now major opportunities for water technology companies to provide cost-effective, innovative solutions designed to improve efficiency.
Opportunities and dynamics in the MF/UF membrane market
Despite global financial headwinds, microfiltration and ultrafiltration (MF/UF) membranes remain one of the fastest growing water technology sectors. The market has witnessed a CAGR of 5.1% since 2005, and remains diverse, with a number of companies playing globally. This Market Focus report assesses the current status of the market and it's future outlook; market dynamics; technology trends; the competitive dynamic of the market as a whole and concludes with a detailed look at the four key industrial markets that many MF/UF membrane players are targeting in light of high profile municipal markets slowing down.
The size and shape of the municipal sludge market has changed dramatically over the last four decades. The volumes of sludge being produced are rapidly increasing and this has led to pressing sludge management issues. With higher costs and tighter restrictions on disposal, there is also growing pressure to implement new and innovative sludge management processes. We outline the opportunities for the wastewater treatment industry and guide you through the complexities of accessing this growing market.
Smart Water Networks
The rising cost of lost water is opening up new opportunities for smart technologies in the global water sector. Companies who can provide solutions to the problems of excessive leakage, inaccurate billing and network inefficiency can tap into a rapidly growing market worth $3.6 billion in 2013.