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This 11-chapter, 436 page research report provides a detailed analysis of the non-automotive transportation market for connectors, exploring the various segments and sub-segments of the marketplace and the connector types used within these segments.
Segments discussed in this report include:
Market values and forecasts covering the period 2013 through 2018F are provided along with 5-Year CAGR figures by region of the world, segment and sub-segment.
The Non-Automotive Transportation Industry can be characterized as a group of highly mature segments bonded via the application of the internal combustion engine.
As represented by the continuum below, to completely understand the overall industry, one must assess the value of each segment relative to connector consumption or sophistication of application to the annual production levels.
The most sophisticated or complex applications such as those in commercial aviation are impacted by the relatively low volume of the number of units produced annually. On the other hand, high volume production vehicles that reside within the recreation sector are the least complex and in some very basic models do not even use what is classified in this report as an ‘electronic connector’.
Government intervention is one of the most significant factors impacting this industry. Most governments, especially those in Europe, Japan, and North America have set standards for clean air which impact every vehicle producing emissions into the atmosphere. To meet these standards, engine technology will change, driving early replacement of vehicles with non-conforming or older technology engines.
The rail sector also looks toward government support as expansion is extremely capital intensive when it comes to building the infrastructure for high speed rail lines and other passenger services.
The adoption of technologies in common with the automotive sector, such as splashproof/waterproof connectors, electronic control modules, and CANbus, provide the basis for significant connector consumption within the Non-Automotive market as well.
In addition, each industry segment currently possesses a critical mass with respect to these core technologies along with dynamic programs such as:
In-Flight Entertainment, Intelligent Transport, Telematics, Precision Farming, and PTC/ERMTS Rail Control which will significantly contribute to overall market growth to nearly $4 Billion at a compound annual rate of 6.4% through 2018.
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