Industrial Ethernet/IP - Global Market Outlook (2017-2023)
According Stratistics MRC, the global Industrial Ethernet/ IP Market is accounted for $23.98 billion in 2016 and expected tgrow at a CAGR of 19.8% treach $84.98 billion by 2023. Factors such as flexibility and high-speed performance, implementation of IIoT, and increased penetration of ethernet networks in process industries are driving the market growth. However, need for high network security, difficulty in transferring old systems ta new protocol and rigid standardization of protocols are restraining the market growth. In addition, transitioning from fieldbus tethernet, necessity tprotect highly-critical systems, integrating wireless intindustrial ethernet applications are the few challenges faced by industry. The market will witness few trends and opportunities such as high-speed switching techniques, adoption rate of Ethernet/IP among robot manufacturers, demand from automotive ethernet and adoption of Industrial Revolution 4.0.
Ethernet is used for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications in telecom, for robotics and other automation applications in industrial and manufacturing as well as for safety-critical applications in avionics. Using automotive Ethernet, data from cameras and sensors is sent ta central fusion box for synchronisation and further processing. Distributed vehicle networks support increasingly complex, high-bandwidth applications such as vision systems, and infotainment that will become important components of increasingly connected cars. Modbus protocol is not industry specific and can be used in a wide variety of industries such as factory automation, building automation, process control, oil & gas, traffic & parking, agriculture & irrigation, water & wastewater, pharmaceutical and medical, material handling etc.
Ethernet has become the de factprotocol for connecting not only business enterprises, but alsfor control, safety shutdown and SCADA systems particularly in the midstream oil and gas sector. In chemical industry, density sensors are used for the measurement of liquids, aggressive liquids, liquids with high temperatures or whenever the highest accuracy is needed. This system needs various protocols. EtherNet/IP has been widely accepted as a communication backbone in manufacturing applications throughout discrete, hybrid and process applications, industry has an increasing need for communication standards for the integration of non-EtherNet/IP devices with EtherNet/IP systems.
CC-Link IE Field embraces all of the requirements of general machine control, motion control and safety with a single, robust gigabit Ethernet infrastructure linking field devices tcontrollers. CC-Link IE Control provides a higher capacity optical fibre backbone that is alsbased on standard gigabit Ethernet technology. Further, development for motion control applications occurred, which was quickly carried over ta real-time concept (IRT). This enabled PROFIN ET tquickly become established as a leading industrial Ethernet protocol. Sercos was designed as a digital drive interface for machine tools but later it was successfully applied in all kind of production machines and automation applications. Ethernet-based Sercos III has become a universal, worldwide-accepted automation bus supporting all kind of automation applications in the field of motion, safety, I/O and vision. Fieldbuses are still the most widely used type of networks in the market. Ethernet POWERLINK is implemented on top of IEEE 802.3 and, therefore, allows a free selection of network topology, cross connect and hot plug. It uses a polling and time slicing mechanism for real-time data exchange. Modbus /TCP, an extension of Modbus, was originally developed by Schneider Electric and uses Modbus messaging over TCP/IP on top of Ethernet.
A light duty Industrial Ethernet cable may have slightly higher quality jacketing than Office Ethernet cable. Heavy duty cable is more expensive than light duty cable, sit is only used when necessary. Typically, Industrial Ethernet connectors will not rely on basic snap-in lock mechanisms on the same level as Office Ethernet. Instead, heavier lock mechanisms are used. In heavy duty applications, sealed connectors are often used.
Asia Pacific is the largest market due tthe huge demand for consumer electronics and automobiles from countries such as China, India, Japan, and South Korea. Europe and North America are anticipated trepresent strong potential in automotive and electronics due tadvanced technology. The US market is dominated by the CIP networks where EtherNet/IP is overtaking DeviceNet.
Some of the key players in Global Industrial Ethernet/IP market are Siemens AG, Rockwell Automation, Moxa Inc., CiscSystems, Inc., Belden Inc. (Hirschmann), Beckhoff Automation, ABB Ltd., Schneider Electric Se, B&R Automation, Innovasic Inc, Bosch Rexroth, Honeywell International, Parker Hannifin and Yaskawa Electric.
• CC-Link IE
• Sercos III
Profinet Rt (Real-Time Solution)
Profinet Irt (Isochronous Real Time)
• Aerospace and Defense
• Electrical and Electronics
• Food and Beverages
• Oil and Gas
• Water and Wastewater
• Energy & Power Industry
• Mining Industry
• Chemicals & Fertilizers Industry
• Engineering/Fabrication Industry
• Other Applications
Controllers and Processors
Hubs, Router and Gateways
Isolators and Convertors
Power Supply Devices
• North America
Rest of Europe
• Asia Pacific
Rest of Asia Pacific
• Rest of the World
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