|Updated: 2/12/2007; 8:44:41 AM.
Renewables, fuel cells, hydrogen, and efficiency
Friday, January 26, 2007
Wireless Telemetry Growing to $25.3bn by 2009, as Enterprise Wakes up to Real-Time Efficiency Savings:
"wireless telemetry (or AMR – Automated Meter Reading) will [grow] -
according to industry analysts Juniper Research - with revenues rising
from $11.6bn in 2006 to $25.3bn by 2009. According to Juniper, the substantial rise in revenues - expected to
quadruple by 2011 to $40.8bn - will contrast with limited growth in
telematics from $6.4bn to $11bn in the same period – owing to current
widespread usage in many commercial vehicles due to legislation. Other
outlets including security and surveillance, highway and public
transport signs, and health care will show encouraging signs rising
from a cumulative low of $2bn in 2006 to over $9bn by 2009." 11:59:01 PM
Copyright 2007 © Ken Novak.
Last update: 2/12/2007; 8:44:41 AM.