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Frost & Sullivan Launches New Alert Service

February 25, 2008

The Process Control Technology Alert to provide quarterly analysis of technology advances important for process control.


MUMBAI, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Frost & Sullivan's Technical Insights group presents its latest alert service on Process Control Technology. This global service, which builds upon Industrial Automation and Process Control technology and market research, has content focused on the North American, European, and Asia Pacific regions. On a quarterly basis, the Process Control Technology alert, reports and analyzes the latest advances across a range of process control areas and presents an opportunity to gain strategic insights into developments in this sector.

Process Control Technology alert will bring forth emerging trends/technologies in areas such as machine vision, industrial wireless systems, control systems/instrumentation, fieldbus, programmable logic controllers, advanced process control software and simulation, and robotics, and their new applications; unearth exciting new products and service offerings; highlights emerging trends in process control technologies and associated solutions.

Process Control Technology alert will further analyze advances in this sector; provide updates on R&D initiatives/spending; university research; mergers and acquisitions; evaluate intellectual property; follow technology transfer and solution deployment/integration; track development of standards and software; and report on regulatory and policy issues; among other topics. Each quarterly issue will cover a particular area in the "Process Control" sector with exposure to emerging developments in the sector, novel technologies being developed, R&D status, associated applications / markets, the road ahead for the sector, unmet needs, adoption factors (strategies adopted by the industry to address those unmet needs), key developers and their innovations related to this field.

The topics that would be covered by the alert this year and the schedule are listed below:

  • Q1 -2008 (February) - Machine Vision
  • Q2 -2008 (May) - Process Control Instrumentation
  • Q3 -2008 (August) - Industrial Wireless and Networking Technologies
  • Q4 -2008 (November) - Condition Monitoring Systems and Software

About Technical Insights
Technical Insights (TI), founded in 1970, is an international technology research group that offers a wide range of subscription services in form of technical news alerts, newsletters, and multi-client and custom research services. Technical Insights' mission is to provide intelligence on technical developments that seem poised for the fastest growth to senior executives and technology managers. The technology research business identifies emerging trends before they become obvious; spots companies that may become technology giants; and follows the technology trends that will catalyze industries in the near future.

Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Consulting Company, partners with clients to accelerate their growth. The company's Growth Partnership Services, Growth Consulting and Career Best Practices empower clients to create a growth focused culture that generates, evaluates and implements effective growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan employs over 40 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses and the investment community from more than 30 offices on six continents.


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