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オートメーション - 米国の製造業における来るべき復興、世界市場、競合企業、機会:分析と予測

Automation: The Coming U.S Manufacturing Renaissance, Global Markets, Competitors And Opportunities: 2016-2021 Analysis And Forecasts

発行 Amadee & Company, Inc. 商品コード 440703
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オートメーション - 米国の製造業における来るべき復興、世界市場、競合企業、機会:分析と予測 Automation: The Coming U.S Manufacturing Renaissance, Global Markets, Competitors And Opportunities: 2016-2021 Analysis And Forecasts
出版日: 2017年02月13日 ページ情報: 英文 206 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、トランプ大統領による「Manufacturing Jobs Initiative」 (製造業雇用促進会) に焦点を当てて、オートメーションの推移と影響、産業、市場、主要企業など、体系的な情報を提供しています。

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イントロダクション

オートメーション

  • 定義
  • 第4次産業革命
  • 短期的な混乱
  • オートメーションの推移と影響
  • 労働力への影響
  • 労働者1人当たりのGDPの増加
  • 実質GDPの増加
  • ロボティクスと新しい産業
  • GDPの増分:産業別
  • オートメーションへの支出
  • 支出:部門別
  • 主要な受益者

オートメーション産業

  • 産業の区分
  • プロセス (持続的) オートメーション
  • ディスクリートオートメーション
  • ハイブリッドオートメーション
  • オートメーションシステム
  • ネットワーク、コントローラー、デバイスマシン
  • 制御システム
  • HMI、ドライブ、サーボモーター、センサー
  • ヒューマンマシンインターフェース (HMI)
  • ドライブ
  • サーボモーター
  • センサー
  • システムの機能
  • 主な促進要因
  • 資本支出
  • トータルビジネスの最適化を達成する手段としてのオートメーション
  • 情報技術・運用技術の統合

世界のオートメーション市場

  • 市場規模
  • プロセス市場セグメント
  • プロセスオートメーション市場:システム別
  • 世界のプロセスオートメーション市場:地域別
  • 世界のプロセスオートメーション市場:産業別
  • 自動化が進む石油・ガス
  • プロセスオートメーション市場シェア
  • 分散制御システム市場シェア
  • ディスクリート市場セグメント
  • 世界のディスクリートオートメーション市場:カテゴリー別
  • 世界のディスクリートオートメーション市場:システム別
  • 世界のディスクリートオートメーション市場:地域別
  • 世界のディスクリートオートメーション:産業別
  • ディスクリート制御システム市場シェア
  • 業界再編
  • 競合情勢
  • 業界促進要因
  • 米国のオートメーション設備の輸出

企業プロファイル

  • ABB Ltd.
  • Bosch Rexroth AG
  • Eaton Corp PLC
  • Emerson Electric Co
  • Endress+Hauser AG
  • ファナック
  • Festo
  • General Electric Company
  • Honeywell International Inc.
  • IMI plc
  • KROHNE Messtechnik GmbH
  • KUKA
  • Magnetrol International
  • 三菱電機
  • NextNine
  • オムロン
  • Rockwell Automation, Inc.
  • Schneider Electric SE
  • Siemens AG
  • SMC Corporation
  • 東芝機械
  • Voith GmbH
  • 安川電機
  • 横河電機
  • Zebra Technologies Corporation
目次

Automation is defined by Merriam-Webster as “automatically controlled operation...that takes the place of human labor.” While the headlines focus on the loss of human jobs, leading to the idea that Automation's primary role is to eliminate human labor, history shows that is not the case. As Automation substitutes for labor across the entire economy, the net displacement of workers by machines can increase the gap between returns to capital and returns to labor. However, the displacement of workers by technology also can result in a net increase in higher paying and rewarding jobs. Ultimately, Automation increases the value of labor per dollar output and adds trillions to overall real gross domestic product. This added value to real GDP, in turn, fuels progress, allows for new jobs to emerge, and ensures a positive restructuring of the workforce, and increase overall living standards.

The premise of this report is that the President Trump's Manufacturing Jobs Initiative will spark a renaissance in U.S. manufacturing activity, which has been in decline for more than 35 years. This, in turn, will lead to a large increase in demand for Automation equipment and services both in the U.S. and worldwide. In fact, this has already started to happen. Companies that already have announced plans to increase their manufacturing operations in the U.S. include: Alibaba, Boeing, Carrier, Ford, Foxconn, GM, Hyundai, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Samsonite, Samsung, Softbank and Toyota among others.

Specifically, this report examines:

  • Automation: history, impact on workforce, increase in GDP, robotics, new industries, spending by sector and the main beneficiaries.
  • Automation Industry: segmentation, Process vs. Discrete vs. Hybrid, systems, networks, controllers, HMI, drives, servomotors, sensors, key drivers, Capex, business optimization, convergence of IT and OT.
  • Automation Market: size, segments, regions, industries, market shares, consolidation trends, drivers and exports.
  • Companies: leading global and specialist players including Siemens, Emerson, ABB, Rockwell, Schneider, Yokogawa, Mitsubishi and Honeywell among others.
  • In addition, the report contains 87 figures and 49 tables.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

  • Report Objectives
  • Methodology and Sources
  • Statistical Notes

AUTOMATION

  • Definition
  • Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Short-Term Dislocations
  • History and Impact of Automation
  • Impact on Workforce
  • Increase in GDP per Worker
  • Increase in Real GDP
  • Robotics and New Industries
  • GDP Gains by Industry
  • Spending on Automation
  • Spending by Sector
  • Main Beneficiaries

AUTOMATION INDUSTRY

  • Industry Segmentation
  • Process (Continuous) Automation
  • Discrete Automation
  • Hybrid Automation
  • Automation Systems
  • Networks, Controllers, Devices Machines
  • Control System
  • HMI, Drives, Servomotors, Sensors
  • Human Machine Interface
  • Drives
  • Servomotors
  • Sensors
  • How the Systems Function
  • Key Drivers
  • Capital Expenditures
  • Automation as Means to Achieve Total Business Optimization
  • Convergence of Information Technology and Operational Technology

GLOBAL AUTOMATION MARKET

  • Market Size
  • Process Market Segment
  • Process Automation Market by System
  • Global Process Automation Market by Region
  • Global Process Automation Market by Industry
  • Oil & Gas Becoming More Automated
  • Process Automation Market Shares
  • Distributed Control Systems Market Shares
  • Discrete Market Segment
  • Global Discrete Automation Market by Category
  • Global Discrete Automation Market by System
  • Global Discrete Automation Market by Region
  • Global Discrete Automation by Industry
  • Discrete Control Systems Market Shares
  • Industry Consolidation
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Industry Drivers
  • U.S. Automation Equipment Exports

COMPANY PROFILES

ABB Ltd.

  • (Company Overview, Industrial Automation, Key Products, Rankings, Strengths, Challenges, End Markets, Oil & Gas Capex Recovery in 2018, Strategy)

Bosch Rexroth AG

  • (Company Overview, Products, End Markets, Industry 4.0)

Eaton Corp PLC

  • (Company Overview, Major Portfolio Transformation, Offerings, Company Drivers, Strengths, Performance, Electrical Platforms, Electrical Products and Electrical Systems and Services, Control & Automation, Control & Automation Drivers, Services and Project Management, New Electrical Opportunities, End Markets, Electrical Sales by End Markets and Geography, Utility Automation, Oil & Gas, Channels, Electrical Value Chain, Electrical Drivers, Hydraulics, Mobile Hydraulics, Stationary Hydraulics, Hydraulic Drivers, Hydraulics Competitive Landscape, Electrical and Hydraulics Synergies, Financial)

Emerson Electric Co

  • (Company Overview, Strengths, Challenges, Process Management, Process Management Brands, Process Management Revenue by Region, Industrial Automation, Industrial Automation Brands, Industrial Automation Revenue by Region)

Endress+Hauser AG

  • (Company Overview, Endress+Hauser Maulburg, Endress+Hauser Flowtec, Endress+Hauser Conducta, Endress+Hauser Wetzer, Endress+Hauser Process Solutions)

FANUC Corp

  • (Company Overview, FA Division, Cost Advantages)

Festo

  • (Company Overview, Products, End Markets, Services, Festo Didactic)

General Electric Company

  • (Company Overview, Key Products, Strengths, Challenges)

Honeywell International Inc.

  • (Company Overview, Automation, Key Products, Strengths, Challenges, Business Segments, Automation and Control Solutions, Energy, Safety & Security, ESS Market Positions, Performance Materials and Technologies, Process Solutions, Secular Tailwinds for HPS, HPS Growth Drivers, Upstream Oil & Gas, Expansion in Field Products, Software and Aftermarket Services, Intelligrated, Warehouse Automation Market)

IMI plc

  • (Company Overview, IMI Critical Engineering, IMI Precision Engineering, IMI Hydronic Engineering)

KROHNE Messtechnik GmbH

  • (Company Overview, Products, End Markets, Operations)

KUKA

  • (Company Overview, Competitive Position, KUKA Robotics, KUKA Systems, Industry 4.0, Swisslog, KUKA Systems North America, Customers, Strategy, Trends, Financial, Medea Takeover)

Magnetrol International

  • (Company Overview, Products, End Markets)

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

  • (Company Overview, Industrial Automation Systems, Products)

NextNine

  • (Company Overview, Operational Technology, Industrial Control Systems, Need for Secure Connectivity, ICS Shield, Partners)

OMRON Corporation

  • (Company Overview, Industrial Automation Business, Delta Tau Acquisition, Strengths, Strategy)

Rockwell Automation, Inc.

  • (Company Overview, Strengths, Architecture & Software, Architecture & Software Revenue by Division, Architecture & Software Key Brands, Control Products & Solutions, Control Products & Solutions Revenue by Division, Control Products & Solutions Key Brands, Operational Technology vs Information Technology Software Sales, Served Market, Revenue by End Market, Revenue by Region, Marketing)

Schneider Electric SE

  • (Company Overview, Rankings, Customers, Installed Base, Key Products, Strengths, Challenges, MWPowerlab Acquisition)

Siemens AG

  • (Company Overview, Energy Management Division, Digital Factory Division, Process Industries and Drives Division, Rankings, Products, Key Products, End Markets, Strengths, Challenges, Energy Management, Digitalization, Sinalytics, Vision 2020, CD-adapco Acquisition, Digital Factory Division)

SMC Corporation

  • (Company Overview, Products)

Toshiba Machine Co Ltd

  • (Company Overview, Factory Automation Controllers, TCmini)

Voith GmbH

  • (Company Overview, Voith Digital Solutions, End Markets, KUKA Sale)

Yaskawa Electric Corp

  • (Company Overview, Motion Control, System Engineering)

Yokogawa Electric Corporation

  • (Company Overview, Industrial Automation and Control, Products, Services, Solutions, Production Data, DCS, Strengths, Strategy, KBC Advanced Technologies, FogHorn Systems, Soteica Visual Mesa)

Zebra Technologies Corporation

  • (Company Overview, Segments, Enterprise, Mobile Computing, Data Capture and RFID, WLAN, Services, Legacy, Barcode and Card Printing, Location Solutions, Supplies, Services, Growth Drivers, End Markets, Manufacturing, Customers, Evolution of Enterprise Asset Intelligence, Competition, Mobile Computing, Data Capture & RFID, WLAN, Barcode and Card Printing, Location Solutions, Financial)

FIGURES

  • 1.) Projected Full-Time Jobs Automated in the U.S.: 2015-2035
  • 2.) Projected Number of Employees Replaced with Automation by Industry (Millions)
  • 3.) Total US Job Openings, Seasonally Adjusted (Thousands): 2001-2016
  • 4.) Cost of Friction in the U.S. Job Market by Class ($ Millions)
  • 5. Projected Percent Gain in GDP Per Worker with Automation ($ Thousands): 2014-2035
  • 6.) Projected Increase in GDP with Automation ($ Thousands): 2015-2035
  • 7.) Projected Percent Gain in GDP per Worker with Automation by Industry: 2025-2035
  • 8.) Projected Annual Investment in Automation $ Billions): 2015-2035
  • 9.) Projected Investment in Automation in 2035 by Sector ($ Billion)
  • 10.) How Automation Systems Fit into the Business Organization
  • 11.) Networks, Controllers, Devices, Machines
  • 12.) Controller Networks: Automated Factory
  • 13.) Control System
  • 14.) Discrete Automation Example
  • 15.) Process Automation Example
  • 16.) Hybrid Automation Example
  • 17.) Convergence of IT and OT
  • 18.) Automation Competitor Comparisons by Selected Criteria
  • 19.) Automation Platform Comparisons by Company
  • 20.) World GDP ($ Trillion): 1980-2016
  • 21.) World GDP by U.S., European Union, BRICS, Japan ($ Trillion): 1980-2016
  • 22.) Global Composite, Manufacturing and Non-Manufacturing PMI Indexes: 2011-2017
  • 23.) U.S., U.K., Eurozone, Japan PMI Indexes: 2011-2017
  • 24.) U.S. Production of Consumer Goods by Class (2012=100): 2000-2016
  • 25.) U.S. Production of Business Equipment by Class (2012=100): 2000-2016
  • 26.) U.S. Production of Industrial Materials-Energy and Non-Energy (2012=100): 2000-2016
  • 27.) U.S. Production of Defense and Space Equipment (2012=100): 2000-2016
  • 28.) U.S. Capacity Utilization by Class (%): 2000-2016
  • 29.) ABB Industrial Automation Offering, Customers, Geography: 2016
  • 30.) ABB Industrial Automation Main Offerings, Competitive Position, Major Competitors: 2016
  • 31.) Oil & Gas Capex Outlook (US$ Billion) vs Brent Oil Price (US$/bbl): 2001-2018
  • 32.) Oil & Gas Capex Outlook by Vertical: 2014-2018
  • 33.) Eaton Revenue by Segment (%): 2016
  • 34.) Eaton Electrical and Industrial Offerings ($ Billion): 2016
  • 35.) Eaton Sales and Margins by Segment ($ Billion, %): 2000-2015
  • 36.) Eaton Electrical Core Platforms
  • 37.) Eaton Key Electrical Customer Segments
  • 38.) Eaton Variable Speed Starter Opportunities
  • 39.) Eaton Electrical Service Opportunities
  • 40.) Eaton Electrical Revenue by End Market and Geography
  • 41.) Eaton Utility Automation Applications
  • 42.) Eaton's Electrical Portfolio for a Major Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Facility in North America
  • 43.) Eaton North America Electrical Value Chain
  • 44.) Eaton Hydraulic Offering
  • 45.) Eaton Hydraulic Sales by End Market (%): 2016
  • 46.) Eaton Hydraulics Opportunities
  • 47.) FANUC Cumulative Production of CNC and Servo Motors (Units): 1957-2016
  • 48.) GE Revenue by Segment (%): 2016
  • 49.) Honeywell Energy, Safety & Security Products Product Portfolio
  • 50.) KUKA Organization
  • 51.) KUKA Competitive Positions
  • 52.) KUKA Robotics Portfolio
  • 53.) KUKA Robotics Development History
  • 54.) KUKA Products and Solutions
  • 55.) KUKA Systems Portfolio
  • 56.) KUKA Industry 4.0 Offerings and Partners
  • 57.) Evolution of KUKA's Product Portfolio
  • 58.) Swisslog Solutions for Complex Automation Tasks
  • 59.) KUKA Revenue Share by Segment and End Market: 2016
  • 60.) KUKA Toledo Production Operations
  • 61.) KUKA Selected Customers by Industry
  • 62.) KUKA's Systems Strategy
  • 63.) Global Robot Sales (Units) and Automotive Industry Capex (EUR Billion): 2015-2019
  • 64.) KUKA Revenue Growth (EUR Billion): 2015-2020
  • 65.) China Robot Market (Units), Robot Density Compared to Europe (%) and Demographic Changes: 2011-2019
  • 66.) Global Robot Market by Type (Thousand Units): 2009-2020
  • 67.) Robotics Growth Potential in Automotive by Application
  • 68.) Outlook for Swisslog Sales (EUR billion): 2006-2020
  • 69.) Automotive Car Type Trends
  • 70.) Global Megatrends in the Automotive Industry
  • 71.) NextNine at a Glance
  • 72.) Rationale for ICS OT Security Management
  • 73.) High-Level Challenges for ICS OT Security Management
  • 74.) Grassroots-Level Issues with Multi-Vendor Access
  • 75.) Customer Specs: Security Essentials They Require
  • 76.) NextNine Partners
  • 77.) OMRON Business by Segment (%): 2016
  • 78.) OMRON Revenue by Region (%): 2016
  • 79.) OMRON Industrial Automation Revenue by Segment (%): 2016
  • 80.) OMRON Industrial Automation Products
  • 81.) OMRON SINIC Theory
  • 82.) SMC Corporation Sales by Geography (JPY Million): 2010-2015
  • 83.) Yokogawa Industrial Automation & Control Revenue by End Market (%): 2016
  • 84.) Zebra Enterprise Asset Intelligence
  • 85.) Zebra Growth Drivers
  • 86.) Zebra Revenue by End Market
  • 87.) Zebra Customers

TABLES

  • 1.) Industries Utilizing Process Automation
  • 2.) Industries Utilizing Discrete Automation
  • 3.) Industries Utilizing Hybrid Automation
  • 4.) U.S. Capital Expenditures for Plant, Equipment and Software ($ Million): 2002-2022
  • 5.) Global Automation Market ($ Billion): 2016, 2017, 2021
  • 6). Global Process Automation Market ($ Billion): 2016, 2017, 2021
  • 7.) Global Process Automation Market by System ($ Billion): 2016
  • 8.) Global Process Automation Market by Region ($ Billion): 2016
  • 9.) Global Process Automation Market by Industry ($ Billion): 2016
  • 10.) Process Automation Revenue and Market Shares by Company ($ Billion): 2016
  • 11.) Distributed Control Systems Revenue and Market Shares by Company ($ Billion): 2016
  • 12.) Global Discrete Automation Market ($ Billion): 2016, 2017, 2021
  • 13.) Global Discrete Automation Market by Category ($ Billion): 2016
  • 14.) Global Discrete Automation Market by System ($ Billion): 2016
  • 15.) Global Discrete Automation Market by Region ($ Billion): 2016
  • 16.) Global Discrete Automation Market by Industry ($ Billion): 2016
  • 17.) Discrete Automation Equipment Revenue and Market Shares by Supplier ($ Billion): 2016
  • 18.) Process and Discrete Automation Revenues and Market Shares by Top 10 Companies ($ Billion): 2016
  • 19.) Top 35 Export Markets for U.S. Automation Equipment: 2016-2017
  • 20.) ABB Company Overview by Division
  • 21.) ABB Revenue by Division ($ Million): 2016-2017
  • 22.) ABB Industrial Automation Revenue by End Market (%): 2016
  • 23.) Eaton Operating Synergies
  • 24.) How Eaton's Technology Platforms Sell into Its Key Customer Segments
  • 25.) Eaton Income Statement by Segment ($ Million): 2013-2018
  • 26.) Emerson Revenue by Segment ($ Million): 2014-2016
  • 27.) Emerson Process Management Revenue by Region (%): 2016
  • 28.) Emerson Industrial Automation Revenue by Region (%): 2016
  • 29.) Honeywell Revenue by Segment ($ Million): 2013-2015
  • 30.) Honeywell Energy, Safety & Security Units, Products and Addressable Markets
  • 31.) Honeywell Energy, Safety & Security Products, Market Position, Competitors
  • 32.) Honeywell Process Solutions Offerings and Addressable Markets
  • 33.) SWOT Analysis for Honeywell Process Solutions
  • 34.) KUKA Group Key Financials: 2008-2015
  • 35.) KUKA Robotics Key Financials: 2008-2015
  • 36.) KUKA Systems Key Financials: 2008-2015
  • 37.) KUKA Group Key Financials: 2015 vs 2016
  • 38.) KUKA Robotics Key Financials: 2015 vs 2016
  • 39.) KUKA Systems Financials: 2015 vs 2016
  • 40.) Mitsubishi Electric Revenue by Segment (JPY Million): 2007-2016
  • 41.) OMRON Industrial Automation Segment Snapshot (JPY Billion): 2011-2016
  • 42.) Rockwell Revenue by Segment ($Million): 2014-2016
  • 43.) Operational Technology vs Information Technology Software Revenue for Main Industrial Automation Vendors: 2014
  • 44.) Rockwell Revenue by End Market (%): 2016
  • 45.) Rockwell Revenue by Region (%): 2016
  • 46.) Yaskawa Revenue by Segment (JPY Million): 2015
  • 47.) Yokogawa Industrial Automation & Control Revenue (JPY Billion): 2014-2016
  • 48.) Zebra Income Statement by Segment and Geography: 2013-2015
  • 49.) Zebra Income Statement: Nine Months 2016 vs. 2015
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