Technology Advancement in Pathogenic Water Testing:
Pacing advancement in today’s digitalized industrial environment has created a diverse scope of development for the testing services utilized in this sector. Concurrently, the global microbiological testing of the water market is grabbing such opportunities to propel the growth factor and increase the economic output. Recently, several new technologies such as biosensors and artificial intelligence have introduced new methods of precise and faster analysis of both industrial and domestic grade water for pathogenic content. With these innovations, there will be minimal scope for the distribution and usage of contaminated water across the world thereby preventing loss of lives. Over two billion of the population use contaminated water for drinking purposes which causes the death of 485,000 people annually. This statistic shows an acute need for effective water testing systems which will readily reduce mortality rates induced by the usage of pathogenic water. Some of the most common microbiological testing methods are multiple tube method, ATP testing, pour plate method, plate count method, and membrane filtration. Subsequently, automated pathogen detection systems are being created constantly in the last few years to combat the incidences of water contaminated issues. Additionally, micro and nano-technology based water testing kits and systems are launched in the market to promote cost-effective and safe water distribution. This microbiological analysis of water usage biosensors and automatically detects pathogens in water sources in minimal time consumption. Consequently, this novel fully automated water testing technologies will contribute largely to the demand growth of the microbiological testing of the water market. For instance, recently, Peter Ma in collaboration with Intel processing technologies developed a new AI integrated water testing system that detects the presence of bacteria in water. This Clean Water AI project garnered potential success post-completion and claims to accurately map out the pathogenic existence in the water system and significantly ceasing water contamination in real-time. These novel technological advancement aiding the innovation of newer water analysis techniques is influencing the microbiological testing of water market demand.
=> Revolutionary Water Testing Solutions and Products:
Owing to the huge utility of water test systems in food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, energy, and other industries, municipality centers, clinics, and various other places, the manufacturing companies are constantly launching new products to suit their demands. Also, the essentiality of clean and safe water for varied purposes marks an upheaving necessity for these products. Portable, automatic, and highly efficient water analysis systems are crafted with advanced solutions to facilitate an opportunity for easy and faster detection of microbial strains in water.
· Recently, Oxford Biosystems introduced a Legionella detection microproof BIOTECTON kit which is claimed to detect 43 species of microbes. Also, this kit offers accurate testing results within four hours timescale thereby providing a suitable and more advanced approach towards advanced water testing.
·Another major contribution towards microbial detection remains the revolutionary rqmicro which delivers rapid microbiological tests. This effective pathogenic testing system dramatically reduces the time consumed for analysis to fewer minutes thereby boosting the microbiological testing of water market growth scopes.
·Similarly, the Tecta PDS introduced a dynamic new portable microbiological testing unit that enables the transfer of sample results through digital media to any locations. This TECTA™ B16 testing device is U.S. EPA approved and eliminates any human interference thereby automatically interpreting the test results.
The global Microbiological Testing of Water Market size reached $1.2 billion in 2018 aided by the rapid growth of water contamination incidences across the world. Furthermore, the huge dependency on water supply for several industrial procedures such as manufacturing, washing, cooling, and others also influence the need for effective microbiological testing. The World Water Council reflects that nearly 70% of the water is used for irrigational work, 20% is utilized in the industrial sectors, and 10% is used for municipal purposes. Resultantly, this facilitates the need for microbiological testing of water across the world to avoid water contaminated diseases in the future years. Concurrently, the microbiological testing of water market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7% during the forecast period of 2019-2025.
Generally, water is contaminated by a wide range of pathogens which include legionella, coliform, salmonella, vibrio, clostridium, and many others. However, salmonella contamination of water is overspreading in several regions throughout the world. Causing major health seriousness such as diarrhea, meningitis, osteomyelitis, and others, salmonella contamination poses a major threat thereby generating a huge demand for water analysis. As a result, the application of microbiological testing of water for salmonella detection is estimated to increase at a 5% CAGR through to 2025.
Regional Contribution to the Global Microbiological Testing of Water Market:
Geographically, North America has contributed a major regional share of 32% to the global microbiological testing of water market. North America’s dominance is induced by several causative factors such as the implementation of the Water Infrastructure Act and greater emphasis on water safety due to the establishment of a greater number of hospitals and clinics in this region. Additionally, the food sector is actively growing in this region owing to the increasing snack culture and major innovation related to food products in this region. Over 2.3 million residents Puerto Rican (U.S.) have access to drinking water sources and the sampling test report in one positive result for Escherichia coli. This situation worsened after the Maria hurricane-affected most of the places in this region. Besides, around 70% of the treatment and distribution channels of water have been affected by this devastation in Puerto Rico. As a result, this induced a huge reliance on water testing systems for pathogen contamination in this region. Also, recently, the Environmental Protection Agency has planned to invest over $87 million to assist the U.S. regional territories to improve drinking water availability. This will positively impact the domestic microbiological testing of the water market whereby incrementing the economic output in the forthcoming years.
Key Companies and Their Novel Contributions:
The global microbiological market share is upheaved with significant contributions by the leading companies across the world. Some of these key companies include Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (U.S.), Agilent Technologies, Inc.(U.S.), Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.(U.S.), Perkinelmer, Inc.(U.S.), Shimadzu Corporation(Japan), and Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (U.S.). Other major players in the market include AcceptaLtd (U.K.), Lamotte Company (U.S.), Danaher Corporation(U.S.), MilliporeSigma (U.S.), 3M Company (U.S.), and Idexx Laboratories Inc. (U.S.), and others.
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