IIoT Drives European Intelligent Pump Market

According to Frost & Sullivan researchers, increased customer demand to derive maximum output from legacy equipment is driving pump manufacturers to integrate enhanced technological features into existing pumps. They started off integrating variable frequency drives (VFDs) and controllers with the aim of conserving energy, monitoring performance, controlling the speed, and measuring a few vital parameters, but these benefits are beginning to prove insufficient for next-generation automated industries. The rising adoption of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies has intensified the need to include capabilities that can transform intelligent pumps into smart pumps.

 

Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, European Intelligent Pumps and Controllers Market—Driving Smart Revolution, Forecast to 2024, analyses the benefits of incorporating IIoT technology into pumps. It discusses the impact of smart pumps on end-user industries such as water and wastewater, oil & gas (O&G), chemicals, pharmaceuticals, building services, and food and beverage. Lastly, it presents the perspectives of major participants on key market trends.

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Research Highlights

  • With software-based predictive analysis becoming a highly popular feature, there will be a surge in the number of collaborations between pump manufacturers and the IT sector.
  • Shift in market focus from product-centric to service-centric will lead to new types of business models that will feature more lifecycle management contracts. 

Ways in which intelligent pumps can boost companies' revenue opportunities include:

  • After-sales service. Intelligent pump vendors can offer prompt and efficient services remotely. On-the-spot problem solving can decrease replacement time and charges.
  • Employing 3D printing. In addition to printing complex geometries for futuristic designs, 3D printing uses only the exact quantity of materials needed to make parts, which eventually results in less waste.
  • Connected plants. This improves visibility and transparency within supply chains in organizations, helping managers plan their operations efficiently.
  • Predictive maintenance. Asset maintenance and cost of ownership are drastically reduced using this technology.  

For more data, peruse the “European Intelligent Pumps and Controllers Market—Driving Smart Revolution, Forecast to 2024” report and also visit Frost & Sullivan.

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