Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets today announced the addition of the report Smart Grid Sensing, Monitoring and Control Systems: Market Opportunities 2011 to its publication schedule.The report will be available the week of March 17. The firm is offering pre-publication pricing for the report through March 15.
Cisco’s acquisition of start-up smart grid monitoring company Arch Rock highlights the key role that sensing, monitoring systems play in the smart grid and represents a significant new revenue opportunity for firms to tap into. This new report provides insights and forecasts on the full range of sensing, monitoring and control systems that are – and will be – sold into the smart grid.
It covers the full range of systems, from those designed to add value to AMI networks, to those used in conjunction with transmission systems. And it shows how new technologies are enabling such systems to add functionality to meet the demanding needs of today’s smart grids. In the report, NanoMarkets considers the state of the art in such systems today, what new features and functions and features will be added in the future and who the leading suppliers and products will be in this rapidly emerging market. As with all NanoMarkets reports, this new report contains granular eight-year market forecasts.
NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in energy and electronics markets created by developments in advanced materials. The firm has published numerous reports related to electronics and display materials.