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Insulation Monitoring Devices Market Projected to reach $748 million by 2023
sagarkan   1/2/2019 4:26:33 AM

The insulation monitoring devices market is expected to grow from USD 579 million in 2018 to USD 748 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 5.25% during the forecast period. The prevention of data loss due to power supply fluctuations, necessity of electricals in IT systems, and increased demand for insulation monitoring devices from renewable energy power plants are the major factors fueling the growth of the overall market.

The automation of the industrial sector is expected to be more dependent on the uninterrupted power supply in the future. The automated production processes due to the increased renaissance on connectivity and advanced technologies would contribute to the high growth of the insulation monitoring devices market for the manufacturing sector. This sector has witnessed many quantum leaps in technology in the past decade and is now set to outpace the other sectors. The revamping of organizations has become a necessity with the use of advanced technologies to ensure minimum error in the processes. This would also require the designing of power supply systems that are technically as safe as possible. Insulation monitoring enables the recognition of faults as early as possible before they create any further problems. The safety guaranteed by the implementation of insulation monitoring devices would drive the deployment of insulation monitoring devices in the Industry 4.0.

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Transportation is expected to be the fastest-growing application in the insulation monitoring devices market in the coming years. The transportation application includes electric vehicles, airways, railways, marine, and autonomous vehicles. The public transport systems are an important part of the economy of any country. The insulation faults developed in these applications can be critical, and hence, the use of insulation monitoring devices can be of great help to ensure smooth functioning of the transportation systems. The upcoming rapid train projects in countries such as China and Japan would be one of the major drivers for the growth of the market for insulation monitoring devices used in transportation applications.

The adoption of the latest devices and technologies is increasing in APAC due to the presence of a number of manufacturing companies in the region. China, South Korea, and Japan are the leading countries in the insulation monitoring devices in this region. Power utilities in the countries such as China, India, and Japan have shown considerable growth, and China, being the major country in power utility, is expected to witness strong growth in the insulation monitoring devices market.

The major opportunities in the insulation monitoring devices market include the increased use of insulation monitoring devices in data centers, growing adoption of insulation monitoring devices in the healthcare sector, and high growth of industry 4.0. The data centers are the complex facilities that operate with the creation of numerous electrical and optical connections in a densely packed space. The modern data centers are required to provide business continuity. Various organizations rely on their information systems to constantly monitor their operations. Human errors, equipment failures, and external power disruptions, among others, can result in the outages in data centers. The data center outages lead to very high costs, and hence, companies are deploying insulation systems to monitor the processes and avoid losses.

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