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Global Digital Oil Field Market By Services (Automation & Instrumentation, Information Technology) & Geography - Forecasts To 2022

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Global Digital Oil Field Market By Services (Automation & Instrumentation, Information Technology) & Geography – Forecasts To 2022

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Digital oil field technology is a combination of IT and automation & instrumentation technologies, as an improvement of the existing technologies in the oil & gas industry. This integrated operations technology makes the analysis faster and easier with software involved in efficient data management, provides more realistic image of the reservoir and the availability of resources, helps to optimize process required for production, and renders much safer operations with the inclusion of remote surveillance and collaborated environments. Digital oil field technology includes segments of IT such as outsourcing, software services, and equipment based expenditure. Automation & instrumentation is another segment of digital oil field market, which includes key networking processes and communication technologies such as SCADA, PLC, smart well, safety systems, and wireless systems.

Digital oil field is an integrated operation system that helps in reservoir optimization, production optimization, drilling and well completion, and other processes. The above mentioned are the process improved by the implementation of the technology. This smart field based technology reinvents production using new techniques such as creation of smart wells and establishing agile communication using remote surveillance & operating and high-end technology.

Revival of the older methodologies in the oil & gas sector became essential to increase and minimize the deficit in supply. The high average age of oil & gas industry professionals indicated more retirements in the near future, resulting in reduction of man power in the industry; hence this was met by automated production platforms, intelligent machinery and systems. The safety factors proved to be high after installing digital oil field technology based machines and systems. These are the reasons which are driving the market apart from the regulations from government bodies in some parts of the world.

Exploration for new and unconventional hydrocarbon sources has seen growth in the oil & gas sector. Some of the regions found high unconventional resources, the highest in the North American region. The usage of unconventional resource to complete the energy requirements is slowly rising along with the acceptance of such resources. The exploration activities in the Arctic Circle are waiting to meet environmental regulations and are expected to contribute to the global oil & gas production in the future. The fastest growing region is expected to be the Middle East, followed by Asia-Pacific. The most active market currently is North America.

We have used various secondary sources—encyclopedia, directories, and databases to identify and collect information useful for this extensive commercial study of this market. The primary sources, experts from related industries and suppliers, have been interviewed to obtain and verify critical information as well as to assess the future prospects of this smart wells based digital oil field technology.

We have also profiled leading players of this industry with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities, namely Schlumberger Ltd (U.S.), Halliburton Company (U.S.), Baker Hughes Incorporated (U.S.), Emerson Electric Company (U.S.), ABB Group (Switzerland), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), International Business Machines Corporation (U.S.), TIBCO Software Inc. (U.S.), Tata Consultancy Service (India), Accenture Plc (Ireland), Redline Communications Group Inc. (Canada), Paradigm Ltd (U.S.), and Kongsberg Oil and Gas Technologies AS (Norway).

Scope of the report

This research report categorizes the global market for digital oil field on the basis of applications, service types, process types, and geography; forecasting revenue and analyzing trends in each of the submarkets.

On the basis of services: The market is segmented on the basis of service segments of the technology—IT and automation & instrumentation including technologies, such as SCADA, PLC, DCS, etc., are the three segments that define digital oil field technology. Each service segment is further described in detail in the report with revenue forecasted for each service.

On the basis of process focus type: Product optimization, reservoir optimization, drilling and others.

On the basis of geography: North America, Western Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, ROW, and key countries in every region.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 19

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 19

1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 19

1.3 STAKEHOLDERS 20

1.4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 20

1.4.1 MARKET SIZE 20

1.4.2 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 21

1.4.3 MAJOR SECONDARY SOURCES USED 21

1.4.4 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 22

1.4.5 ASSUMPTIONS MADE FOR THIS REPORT 22

1.5 KEY QUESTIONS ANSWERED 23

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 24

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 26

3.1 INTRODUCTION 27

3.2 PROCESS CHAIN ANALYSIS 29

3.2.1 SURVEYING & EXPLORATION 30

3.2.2 CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPMENT 31

3.2.3 PRODUCTION 31

3.3 MARKET SCENARIO 32

3.3.1 SCENARIO-I 32

3.3.2 SCENARIO-II 33

3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 34

3.4.1 DRIVERS 34

3.4.1.1 Growing Crude Oil Demand 35

3.4.1.2 Safety Parameters & Human Resource Shortage 35

3.4.1.3 Growing Regulatory Standards 36

3.4.2 RESTRAINTS 37

3.4.2.1 Initial Investment & Duration of Implementation 38

3.4.2.2 Lack of Technology & Infrastructure 39

3.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES 40

3.4.3.1 Growing Unconventional Hydrocarbon Market 40

3.4.3.2 New Explorations at Arctic Circle & Ultra-deep Offshore Drilling 41

3.5 BURNING ISSUE 42

3.5.1 CHANGE MANAGEMENT 42

3.6 WINNING IMPERATIVES 43

3.6.1 VENTURES IN ASSOCIATED BUSINESS 43

3.6.2 JOINT VENTURES & MERGERS 43

3.7 REGULATIONS 44

3.8 IMPLEMENTATION LEVELS 45

3.9 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 47

3.9.1 SUPPLIERS POWER 47

3.9.2 BUYERS POWER 48

3.9.3 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 49

3.9.4 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 49

3.9.5 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 50

4 GLOBAL DIGITAL OIL FIELD MARKET, BY SERVICES 52

4.1 INTRODUCTION 53

4.2 AUTOMATION & INSTRUMENTATION 54

4.2.1 DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM 55

4.2.2 SUPERVISORY CONTROL & DATA ACQUISITION 56

4.2.3 SMART WELL 57

4.2.4 SAFETY SYSTEMS 58

4.2.5 WIRELESS SYSTEMS 59

4.2.6 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER 60

4.2.7 COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT MANAGEMENT 61

4.2.8 OTHERS 62

4.3 IT SERVICES 63

4.3.1 IT OUTSOURCING 65

4.3.2 SOFTWARE 66

4.3.3 IT SERVICES & COMMISSIONING 67

4.3.4 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT & APPLICATION HARDWARE 67

5 GLOBAL DIGITAL OIL FIELD MARKET, BY PROCESS FOCUS 69

5.1 INTRODUCTION 70

5.2 RESERVOIR OPTIMIZATION 71

5.3 PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION 71

5.4 DRILLING 72

5.5 OTHERS 72

6 DIGITAL OIL FIELD MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 73

6.1 INTRODUCTION 74

6.2 NORTH AMERICA 75

6.2.1 U.S. 78

6.2.2 MEXICO 81

6.3 WESTERN EUROPE 83

6.3.1 NORWAY 86

6.3.2 U.K. 89

6.4 MIDDLE EAST 91

6.4.1 SAUDI ARABIA 95

6.4.2 OMAN 97

6.4.3 KUWAIT 99

6.5 ASIA-PACIFIC 102

6.5.1 CHINA 105

6.5.2 MALAYSIA 108

6.5.3 INDIA 109

6.6 REST OF THE WORLD 111

6.6.1 BRAZIL 113

6.6.2 OTHERS 115

7 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 117

7.1 INTRODUCTION 118

7.2 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS: THE MOST POPULAR GROWTH STRATEGY 118

7.3 MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENTS IN 2012 120

7.4 NORTH AMERICA: REGION WITH MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENTS 122

7.5 SCHLUMBERGER, PARADIGM & KOGT: THE MOST ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS 123

7.6 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 124

7.7 NEW PRODUCTS LAUNCH/DEVELOPMENT 127

7.8 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS 132

7.9 EXPANSIONS 142

8 COMPANY PROFILES 146

8.1 ABB LTD 146

8.2 ACCENTURE PLC 150

8.3 BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED 155

8.4 CGI GROUP INC. 160

8.5 EMERSON ELECTRIC CO. 164

8.6 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE INC. (ESRI) 169

8.7 HALLIBURTON COMPANY 173

8.8 HAMILTON GROUP 177

8.9 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. 180

8.10 INFOSYS LTD 184

8.11 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES (IBM) CORPORATION 187

8.12 KONGSBERG OIL & GAS TECHNOLOGIES AS 191

8.13 MERRICK SYSTEMS INC 195

8.14 MICROSEISMIC INC. 198

8.15 MICROSOFT CORPORATION 201

8.16 PARADIGM LTD 204

8.17 PASON SYSTEMS INC. 210

8.18 PETROLINK 213

8.19 REDLINE COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC. 216

8.20 SCHLUMBERGER LTD 220

8.21 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC S.A. 228

8.22 SIEMENS AG 232

8.23 TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES 237

8.24 THE INFORMATION STORE INC. 240

8.25 TIBCO SOFTWARE INC. 243

8.26 VMONITOR LLC 246

8.27 WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD 248

8.28 YOKOGAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION 250

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 24

TABLE 2 DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 25

TABLE 3 DIGITAL OIL FIELD PROGRAM BY MAJOR EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION COMPANIES 28

TABLE 4 SCENARIO-I: MARKET & ASSUMPTION 33

TABLE 5 SCENARIO-II: MARKET & ASSUMPTION 33

TABLE 6 DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY LEVEL 46

TABLE 7 AUTOMATION & INSTRUMENTATION: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 54

TABLE 8 DCS: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 56

TABLE 9 SCADA: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 57

TABLE 10 SMART WELL: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 58

TABLE 11 SAFETY SYSTEMS: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 59

TABLE 12 WIRELESS SYSTEMS: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 60

TABLE 13 PLC: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 61

TABLE 14 CPM: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 62

TABLE 15 OTHER: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 63

TABLE 16 IT SERVICES: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 64

TABLE 17 IT SERVICE: MARKET SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011 64

TABLE 18 IT OUTSOURCING: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 65

TABLE 19 SOFTWARE: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 66

TABLE 20 IT SERVICES & COMMISSIONING: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II), 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 67

TABLE 21 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT & APPLICATION HARDWARE: GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE FORECAST (SCENARIO-I & II),

2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 68

TABLE 22 GLOBAL DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS, 2011 ($BILLION) 70

TABLE 23 NORTH AMERICA: OIL & GAS SCENARIO, 2007 – 2011 (MMBOE) 75

TABLE 24 NORTH AMERICA: DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 76

TABLE 25 NORTH AMERICA: DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE,

BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 77

TABLE 26 NORTH AMERICA: DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS,

2011 ($BILLION) 78

TABLE 27 U.S: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY,

2007 – 2011 79

TABLE 28 U.S. MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 80

TABLE 29 MEXICO: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS),

BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 82

TABLE 30 WESTERN EUROPE: OIL & GAS SCENARIO, 2007 – 2011 (MMBOE) 83

TABLE 31 WESTERN EUROPE: DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE,

BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 84

TABLE 32 WESTERN EUROPE: DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE,

BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 85

TABLE 33 WESTERN EUROPE: DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS,

2011 ($BILLION) 86

TABLE 34 NORWAY: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 87

TABLE 35 NORWAY MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 88

TABLE 36 U.K: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY,

2007 – 2011 90

TABLE 37 U.K. MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 91

TABLE 38 MIDDLE EAST: OIL & GAS SCENARIO, 2007 – 2011 (MMBOE) 92

TABLE 39 MIDDLE EAST: DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 93

TABLE 40 MIDDLE EAST: DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 94

TABLE 41 MIDDLE EAST: DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS,

2011 ($BILLION) 95

TABLE 42 SAUDI ARABIA: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS),

BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 96

TABLE 43 SAUDI ARABIA MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 97

TABLE 44 OMAN: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY,

2007 – 2011 98

TABLE 45 OMAN MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 99

TABLE 46 KUWAIT: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 100

TABLE 47 KUWAIT MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 101

TABLE 48 ASIA-PACIFIC: OIL & GAS SCENARIO, 2007 – 2011 (MMBOE) 102

TABLE 49 ASIA-PACIFIC: DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 103

TABLE 50 ASIA-PACIFIC: DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES, 2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 104

TABLE 51 ASIA-PACIFIC: DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS,

2011 ($BILLION) 105

TABLE 52 CHINA: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 106

TABLE 53 CHINA MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 107

TABLE 54 MALAYSIA: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 108

TABLE 55 MALAYSIA MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 109

TABLE 56 INDIA: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY,

2007 – 2011 110

TABLE 57 ROW: DOF (SCENARIO-I) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES,

2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 111

TABLE 58 ROW: DOF (SCENARIO-II) MARKET REVENUE, BY SERVICES,

2010 – 2022 ($BILLION) 112

TABLE 59 ROW: DOF MARKET REVENUE, BY PROCESS FOCUS, 2011 ($BILLION) 113

TABLE 60 BRAZIL: OIL & GAS RESOURCES (RRR ANALYSIS), BY COMMODITY, 2007 – 2011 114

TABLE 61 BRAZIL MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 115

TABLE 62 OTHERS MAJOR PROJECTS: DOF IMPLEMENTATION, BY COMPANY 116

TABLE 63 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2009 – 2012 124

TABLE 64 NEW PRODUCTS LAUNCH/DEVELOPMENT, 2009 – 2012 127

TABLE 65 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS, 2009 – 2012 132

TABLE 66 EXPANSIONS, 2009 – 2012 142

TABLE 67 ABB: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 147

TABLE 68 ABB: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 148

TABLE 69 ACCENTURE: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 151

TABLE 70 BAKER HUGHES: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 156

TABLE 71 BAKER HUGHES: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 156

TABLE 72 CGI: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 161

TABLE 73 CGI: SERVICES & ITS APPLICATIONS 161

TABLE 74 EMERSON: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 165

TABLE 75 EMERSON: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 166

TABLE 76 ESRI: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 170

TABLE 77 HALLIBURTON: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 174

TABLE 78 HALLIBURTON: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 174

TABLE 79 HAMILTON: SERVICES & ITS APPLICATIONS 178

TABLE 80 HONEYWELL: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 181

TABLE 81 HONEYWELL: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 182

TABLE 82 HONEYWELL: SERVICES & ITS APPLICATIONS 182

TABLE 83 INFOSYS: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 185

TABLE 84 IBM: TOTAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 188

TABLE 85 IBM: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 189

TABLE 86 KOGT: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 192

TABLE 87 MERRICK SYSTEMS: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 196

TABLE 88 MICROSEISMIC: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 199

TABLE 89 MICROSOFT: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 202

TABLE 90 PARADIGM: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 205

TABLE 91 PASON: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 211

TABLE 92 PETROLINK: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 214

TABLE 93 REDLINE: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 217

TABLE 94 SCHLUMBERGER: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 221

TABLE 95 SCHLUMBERGER: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY OILFIELD SERVICES BUSINESS SEGMENTS, 2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 222

TABLE 96 SCHLUMBERGER: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 222

TABLE 97 SCHNEIDER: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 229

TABLE 98 SCHNEIDER: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 230

TABLE 99 SIEMENS: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 233

TABLE 100 SIEMENS: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2010 – 2011 ($MILLION) 234

TABLE 101 SIEMENS: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 235

TABLE 102 TCS: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 238

TABLE 103 TCS: SERVICES & ITS APPLICATIONS 239

TABLE 104 ISTORE: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 241

TABLE 105 TIBCO: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 244

TABLE 106 VMONITOR: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 246

TABLE 107 WEATHERFORD: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 249

TABLE 108 YOKOGAWA: ANNUAL REVENUE, BY BUSINESS SEGMENTS,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 251

TABLE 109 YOKOGAWA: PRODUCTS & ITS APPLICATIONS 252

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 OVERVIEW OF DOF PROCESS CHAIN ANALYSIS 29

FIGURE 2 IMPACT OF MAJOR DRIVERS ON GLOBAL DOF MARKET, 2012 – 2022 34

FIGURE 3 IMPACT OF MAJOR RESTRAINTS ON GLOBAL DOF MARKET, 2012 – 2022 37

FIGURE 4 IMPACT OF MAJOR OPPORTUNITIES ON GLOBAL DOF MARKET, 2012 – 2022 40

FIGURE 5 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 47

FIGURE 6 GLOBAL DOF MARKET SHARE, BY SERVICES, 2011 53

FIGURE 7 AUTOMATION & INSTRUMENTATION: MARKET SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011 55

FIGURE 8 DOF MARKET SHARE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2011 74

FIGURE 9 MAJOR GROWTH STRATEGIES IN GLOBAL DOF MARKET, 2009 – 2012 119

FIGURE 10 DEVELOPMENTS IN GLOBAL DOF MARKET, 2009 – 2012 121

FIGURE 11 DOF MARKET: GROWTH STRATEGIES, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2009 – 2012 122

FIGURE 12 GLOBAL DOF MARKET: GROWTH STRATEGIES, BY COMPANY, 2009 – 2012 123

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The Internet of Things promises to transform businesses (and lives), but navigating the business and technical path to success can be difficult to understand. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Sean Lorenz, Technical Product Manager for Xively at LogMeIn, demonstrated how to approach creating broadly successful connected customer solutions using real world business transformation studies including New England BioLabs and more.
We certainly live in interesting technological times. And no more interesting than the current competing IoT standards for connectivity. Various standards bodies, approaches, and ecosystems are vying for mindshare and positioning for a competitive edge. It is clear that when the dust settles, we will have new protocols, evolved protocols, that will change the way we interact with devices and infrastructure. We will also have evolved web protocols, like HTTP/2, that will be changing the very core of our infrastructures. At the same time, we have old approaches made new again like micro-services...
Enthusiasm for the Internet of Things has reached an all-time high. In 2013 alone, venture capitalists spent more than $1 billion dollars investing in the IoT space. With "smart" appliances and devices, IoT covers wearable smart devices, cloud services to hardware companies. Nest, a Google company, detects temperatures inside homes and automatically adjusts it by tracking its user's habit. These technologies are quickly developing and with it come challenges such as bridging infrastructure gaps, abiding by privacy concerns and making the concept a reality. These challenges can't be addressed w...
The Domain Name Service (DNS) is one of the most important components in networking infrastructure, enabling users and services to access applications by translating URLs (names) into IP addresses (numbers). Because every icon and URL and all embedded content on a website requires a DNS lookup loading complex sites necessitates hundreds of DNS queries. In addition, as more internet-enabled ‘Things' get connected, people will rely on DNS to name and find their fridges, toasters and toilets. According to a recent IDG Research Services Survey this rate of traffic will only grow. What's driving t...