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2014 Report on the International Actuators (Industry, Health care, Automobile, Aerospace & Defense, Marine and Mining) Market – Forecast Analysis to 2019

July 1, 2014

DUBLIN, July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lxlb3w/global_actuators) has announced the addition of the “2014 Report on the International Actuators (Industry, Health care, Automobile, Aerospace & Defense, Marine and Mining) Market – Forecast Analysis to 2019″ report to their offering.

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The actuators market has numerous competitors in each sector such as industry automobile, health care, aerospace & defense, marine, and mining. The primary market players are from the U.S. and Europe; the players from these regions have the technical know-how and have the capability to bring refreshed applications in the market. The current trend of the market is the technology advancement in actuators, which will increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the product.



Latest technology advancements in the actuators market are as follows:

    --  Electric actuators are expected to replace hydraulic and pneumatic
        actuators used in medical industry due to its reliability and
        operational effectiveness. Latest technology in piezoelectric actuators
        offers number of advantages regarding precise control of medical device
        application. These actuators are more compact, required lower voltage,
        deliver higher torque and generate less heat.
    --  H-bridge TECHLINE introduced actuators with iFLEX technology. It
        provides features like smooth movement to reduce mechanical stress and
        ensure long life of actuators.

    --  Recently, AUMA has introduced AC actuators with advanced controls in
        latest automation technology. The new module provides superior safety
        integrity level (SIL) capability for industrial sectors.

This report provides a complete analysis of the actuators market for the next five year. It also gives insight in the regional trends for spending and analyzing the market share.



Report includes the in depth analysis of actuation system on the basis of the type of product i.e. hydraulic actuator, pneumatic actuator, electrical actuator, and mechanical actuator. Report also talks about general overview of the companies, their financial analysis, products, services, and the key developments of the leading competitor in the actuator market.



Key Takeaways:

    --  Global actuators system market is estimated to be $37.38 billion in
        2014, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.00% to reach $54.93
        billion by 2019.
    --  Rapidly growing industrialization in blooming economies, increasing
        demand for efficient transport systems and massive demand for energy,
        metals, minerals and processed goods act as the major divers for
        actuators market.
    --  Industrial sector is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.00% and recorded
        as the highest growth area comparing its other competitive sub sectors.
    --  North America and APAC are holding the highest market share with an
        estimated market size of $7.85 billion and $7.48 billion, respectively.
    --  The key players for this market are concentrated in U.S. and Europe and
        they are responsible for major innovations and setting up market trends.

Key Topics Covered:



1 Introduction



2 Executive Summary



3 Market Overview



4 Market Dynamics



5 Market Share Analysis



6 Competitive Landscape



7 Company Profiles



Companies Mentioned:

    --  Ati
    --  Cameron
    --  Crane
    --  Curtiss Wright
    --  Eaton
    --  Emerson
    --  Honeywell
    --  Limitorque
    --  Moog
    --  Pentair
    --  Rockwell Collins
    --  Rotork
    --  Saab
    --  Smc
    --  Woodword

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