openPR Logo
Press release

Current trend to IO-Link slightly improving

05-19-2010 03:55 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: Quest Trend Magazin

Bochum, Germany, May 18th 2010. This year 10% of the machine-builders intend to implement IO-Link at the machines.

IO-Link is a field bus-neutral interface, which makes the existing point-to-point connection between I/O modules and sensors able to communicate omitting an additional core.

71% of the machine-builders gave a positive feedback to IO-Link according to a survey by Quest TechnoMarketing, comprising over 300 machine-builders in 2007. Then the economic crisis curbed the interest of using IO-Link. In 2009 only 7% of the machine-builders planned to change to IO-Link.

As the Quest Trend Magazine further publishes on http://www.quest-trendmagazin.de/Trend-to-IO-Link-slightly-impr.43.0.html?&L=1, the trend to IO-Link is again slightly improving this year. 10% of the machine-builders are ready to implement IO-Link this year. Also the broadness of this implementation has increased. In eight out of ten investigated sectors machine-builders want to introduce IO-Link. Last year just five sectors had been concerned.

All articles are published in German and English language.

So the Quest Trend Magazine makes the machine-builders’ decisions easier. Now the machine-builders can compare their intended changes with the trends in their own sector confirming or adjusting their intentions.

The suppliers of automation technology are learning beyond their constituency, which changes in IO-Link the machinery industry as a whole is aiming for this year. This enables the suppliers to meet the demand trends in time and purposefully.

The trends from the users’ point of view are based on market surveys of Quest TechnoMarketing, Bochum, London, with the title “What the machine-builders want to change in the automation technology 2010”. This survey was carried out in January/February and covered scarcely 250 representative machine-builders.

Quest TechnoMarketing is specialised in market surveys regarding the automation technology for more than 20 years and is the publisher of the Quest Trend Magazine.

About the Quest Trend Magazine:

The print edition of the Quest Trend Magazine is published since 2001 and is dispatched to 3,200 personally addressed decision-makers in the automation technology in the machinery industry of Germany, Austria and Switzerland and in the automotive and F&B industries. It has at least 10,000 readers according to the reader questioning and enjoys a high degree of attention due to its focus on trends in the automation technology from users’ point of view.

The Quest Trend Magazine is published by Quest TechnoMarketing.

About Quest TechnoMarketing:

Quest TechnoMarketing, founded 1989, is specialised in market surveys for the automation technology. Location is Bochum and as Quest TechnoMarketing Ltd. London. At Bochum a team of 6 specialists are employed.

The market studies of Quest TechnoMarketing cover very detailed the demand trends in control technology, drive technology, field buses, Ethernet and sensor technology in the machinery industry and in the automotive and F&B industries.

These demand trends are based on interviews with the decision-makers. The trends are professionally, representatively and manufacturer-independently recorded.

The customers of Quest TechnoMarketing are the manufacturers of automation technology. The majority of the well-known manufacturers belong to them. The customers use the market studies for their product development and market processing.

Presscontact:

Thomas Quest
Quest Trend Magazine
Hunscheidtstr. 87
44789 Bochum, Germany
Telefon +49 234-34777
Fax +49 234-33 22 02
E-Mail: media@quest-trendmagazin.de
Internet: www.quest-trendmagazin.de

Quest TechnoMarketing e.K.
Thomas Quest
Hunscheidtstr. 87
44789 Bochum, Germany

Phone +49 234-34777
Fax +49 234-33 22 02
E-Mail: info@qtm.de
Internet: www.qtm.de/e

This release was published on openPR.

Permanent link to this press release:

Copy
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.

You can edit or delete your press release Current trend to IO-Link slightly improving here

News-ID: 132111 • Views: 1036

More Releases from Quest Trend Magazin

Rising world market shares of the 10 largest automakers
From 2011 to 2012 the worldwide motor vehicle production rose by 5.2%. That was connected with a noticeable change of the world market shares among the 10 largest automakers. Three changes are crucial. Quest TechnoMarketing has investigated the internationalization of the worldwide automobile production since 2000 and published some results in the Quest Trend Magazine. Now this long-term trend analysis has been amended by the actual changes from 2011 to 2012
The German machinery industry is divided into three groups - new in the Quest Tr …
Compared with large industries such as chemistry or motor vehicle industry the machinery industry is rightly considered as medium-sized. However, it is divided into three groups that shift the medium-size character in the background. Quest TechnoMarketing investigated the industry structure of the German machinery industry and published the result in the Quest Trend Magazine. In particular for the manufacturers of automation technology it may be useful to adjust the products for
Structural changes in the course of the worldwide industrial production and the …
The Quest Trend Magazine has analyzed the course of the worldwide industrial production in the last 30 years. Three structural changes became visible. They are forming the economic situation also these days. The industrial production of the USA, Japan, Germany and the European Union showed an altogether continuous growth in the 20 years from 1980 to 2000. Economic crises with a decline in industrial production occurred in an interval of
German machine-builders have been shifting their export markets since the world …
The still dominating role of the European Union countries for the machine export has dramatically been relativized since 2008. And even the export shares into the BRIC countries show up noticeable shifts. The turnover of the German machinery industry achieved its crisis low with 67.5 index points (value index of the German Federal Statistical Office) at the beginning of 2010. Then started a rapid upward movement slightly exceeding with 137.6 at

All 5 Releases


More Releases for TechnoMarketing

Growth expectations up to 2020 of the sector conveyor slightly higher than in Ge …
Machine-building companies in the sector conveyor show differentiated growth expectations to 2020. The Quest Industry Report compares growth expectations of the sector conveyor with those of the German machinery industry. The data come from a market survey conducted by Quest TechnoMarketing, which examined the use of servo drives at machines up to 2020. The market survey focused on the ten automation-relevant mechanical engineering sectors which, according to Quest TechnoMarketing’s estimate, use
The change of the control technologies 2011 from users’ view
Bochum, Germany, November 21, 2011 - The fair SPS/IPC/Drives in November 2011 in Nuremberg bids with newest technologies for users. However, how can the impact of the users, the machine-builders on the technological change be currently und detailed determined? Quest TechnoMarketing covered with scarcely 250 machine-builders in 10 machine-building industry sectors the changes intended by these machine-builders in the use of the control technologies this year. These changes are creating positions of
RFID - constantly and throughout the machinery industry implemented
Bochum, July 5, 2010. This year 14% of the machine-builders intend to implement RFID at the machines. RFID stands for radio frequency identification and provides the wireless identification of goods, semi-manufactures or workpieces in the industrial sector. Last year 15% of the machine-builders wanted to implement RFID at the machines. So RFID shows a constant implementation during the last two years. This implementation is taking place with all or almost all of
Intensified interest in application-optimised I/O modules
Bochum, June 15, 2010. The machine-builders are intensified interested in application-optimised I/O modules this year. This confirms the trend to fine-tuning the control and drive technologies that determines the changes in the automation technology this year. With 11% each tenth machine-builders intend to change to application-optimised I/O modules this year. That is an increase in relation to the previous year by more than one third as this value was 8%. What application-optimised
Panel PC benefits from the current trend to fine-tuning the control technology
Bochum, 7th June 2010. Machine-builders prefer fine-tuning the control technology this year. This means to improve the consisting control technology at the machines instead of changing the control technology. The Panel PC benefits from this current trend. Panel PC means operator panel with integrated control system. Compared with other control technologies such as PLC, PC, microprocessor control, CNC or contactor-based control technology the Panel PC shows the highest portion with new
Control technology in the machinery industry 2010 – Fine-tuning determining fo …
Bochum, 3rd May 2010. Fine-tuning the consisting control systems at the machines instead of changing the control technology – the motto of the machine-builders this year. These goals pursue the machine-builders for the first time since 2003. Since then the annual technological change in the automation technology is pursued by Quest TechnoMarketing. Quest TechnoMarketing, Bochum, London, is specialised in market surveys of the automation technology from users’ point of view