Wireless Transmitter is a technology that is used to automatically communicate information about a particular system or process to an area that is not connected electrically with the transmitter. Industrial Transmitters have been in use in the manufacturing industry since the 1960s. After the advancements in the wireless technology, wireless transmitters for industrial applications faced increased deployment. Wireless Flow Transmitters, in particular, have witnessed significant adoption in recent years as progressively stern government regulations have propelled adoption.
New standards have been adopted in order to reduce greenhouse gases, especially Carbon dioxide emission. The U.S. Government has passed regulations to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in power plants and landfill sites. The European Union has also passed laws to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and has set potential target of 20% less greenhouse gases from 1990 to 2020. MCERT regulations (robust monitoring of emissions through air, land and water) have been approved in U.K. in order to curtail emissions. These regulations, according to experts, will be adopted throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa over the next few years. Flow transmitters, in particular, find increased application in industrial applications in order to increase compliance with emission control laws. The control of the emissions will be a growing factor in the process industries and wireless transmitters will thereby lead to increasing adoption in these markets.
Water pollution control regulations have also been tightened in order to control pollution with regards to both waste water as well as drinkable water. These water control regulations are being augmented in the APAC and Latin American regions with Japan, Colombia and Ecuador leading the charge. India and China are also anticipated to enact these regulations in the next few years. The APAC market is set to exhibit higher growth rate in the wireless transmitter market for waste water management. Escalating awareness about the importance of water quality monitoring is the key driver for the wireless transmitter market growth in the water management industry. Furthermore, increased awareness has resulted in strict policies and laws related to water quality being imposed by the government. These two factors are providing the impetus to the industrial wireless transmitter industry to penetrate into the water management market. As a result, waste water management has been projected to be the major growth area for industrial wireless transmitters. The increasing emission and water control laws are projected to be a major driver for wireless transmitter market.
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