Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market – Industry Analysis and Forecast (2019-2026) – by Operating Principle, Fiber, Application and Region.

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market – Industry Analysis and Forecast (2019-2026) – by Operating Principle, Fiber, Application and Region.

Market Scenario

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market was valued US$ XX Mn in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ 921.06 Mn by 2026 at a CAGR of XX % during the forecast period. The major factors driving the growth of distributed temperature sensing market include the increasing demand for distributed temperature sensing for monitoring purposes in hostile working conditions where humans cannot reach, high reliability of distributed temperature sensing as they can be deployed over long distances, and increasing need for improved safety systems. Furthermore, lack of technical awareness about sensor cables application and high implementation costs restrains the growth of distributed temperature sensing market. The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis. The market for optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) operating principle-based distributed temperature sensing held the largest share of the distributed temperature sensing market. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) has a main frame that can be fitted with multi-function plug-in units to perform many fiber measurement tasks and larger color displays are common. As compare to OFDR, OTDR exhibits high accuracy, high temperature range and high instrument resolution. Single-mode fiber-based distributed temperature sensing system are expected to hold the biggest share of the distributed temperature sensing market. Distributed temperature sensing system is used to monitor the temperature on continuous basis in real time in order to improve the operational and economic performances of the assets. Oil & gas production hold maximum share for distributed temperature sensing market. These two applications have generated substantial revenue and are expected to witness high growth rates during the forecast period. Environmental monitoring and fire detection segments are analyzed to be the most attractive applications and is estimated to grow at significant rate in the distributed temperature sensing market. The distributed temperature sensing market in Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the highest rate. The increased demand for distributed temperature sensing in the oil & gas and power transmission sectors and the presence of major players in this region are the two crucial factors driving the market growth in Asia Pacific. Countries in the Middle East are major producer of oil & gas in the world thereby increasing use of distributed temperature sensing for various applications is driving the growth of distributed temperature sensing market in this region.

Scope of the Report for Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market, By Operating Principle

• Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) • Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market, By Fiber

• Single-Mode • Multi-Mode

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market, By Application

• Oil & Gas • Power Cable Monitoring • Fire Detection • Process & Pipeline Monitoring

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market, By Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • Middle East & Africa • South America

Key players operating in Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market:

• STMicroelectronics N.V. • NXP semiconductors N.V. • Infineon Technologies AG • Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. • Atmel Corporation • Texas instruments Inc. • Robert Bosch GmbH • Johnson controls international PLC • Sony Corporation • Honeywell International, Inc. • AP Sensing • LIOS Technology • Sensornet • Sumitomo Electric • Weatherford International • Yokogawa Global Intelligent Electronic Devices Market

Table of Contents

Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market

1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size, by Market Value (US$ Bn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Market Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis and Forecast, By Operating Principle 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 7.4. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Operating Principle 7.5. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, By Operating Principle 7.6. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis, By Operating Principle 8. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis and Forecast, By Fiber 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 8.4. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Fiber 8.5. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, By Fiber 8.6. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis, By Fiber 9. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis and Forecast, By Application 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 9.4. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Application 9.5. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, By Application 9.6. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis, By Application 10. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Region 10.1. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Region 10.2. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 10.3. Global Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 11. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Overview 11.3. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 11.4. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 11.4.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 11.4.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 11.5. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 11.6. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 11.6.1. Single-Mode 11.6.2. Multi-Mode 11.7. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 11.8. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 11.8.1. Oil & Gas 11.8.2. Power Cable Monitoring 11.8.3. Fire Detection 11.8.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 11.9. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.10. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, by Country 11.10.1. U.S. 11.10.2. Canada 11.11. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Country 11.12. U.S. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 11.12.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 11.12.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 11.13. U.S. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 11.13.1. Single-Mode 11.13.2. Multi-Mode 11.14. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 11.15. U.S. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 11.15.1. Oil & Gas 11.15.2. Power Cable Monitoring 11.15.3. Fire Detection 11.15.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 11.16. Canada Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 11.16.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 11.16.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 11.17. Canada Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 11.17.1. Single-Mode 11.17.2. Multi-Mode 11.18. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 11.19. Canada Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 11.19.1. Oil & Gas 11.19.2. Power Cable Monitoring 11.19.3. Fire Detection 11.19.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 11.20. North America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis 11.20.1. By Operating Principle 11.20.2. By Fiber 11.20.3. By Application 11.21. PEST Analysis 11.22. Key Trends 11.23. Key Developments 12. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Overview 12.3. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 12.4. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.4.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.4.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.5. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 12.6. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.6.1. Single-Mode 12.6.2. Multi-Mode 12.7. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 12.8. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.8.1. Oil & Gas 12.8.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.8.3. Fire Detection 12.8.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.9. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.10. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, by Country 12.10.1. Germany 12.10.2. U.K. 12.10.3. France 12.10.4. Italy 12.10.5. Spain 12.10.6. Rest of Europe 12.11. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Country 12.12. Germany Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.12.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.12.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.13. Germany Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.13.1. Single-Mode 12.13.2. Multi-Mode 12.14. Germany Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.14.1. Oil & Gas 12.14.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.14.3. Fire Detection 12.14.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.15. U.K. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.15.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.15.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.16. U.K. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.16.1. Single-Mode 12.16.2. Multi-Mode 12.17. U.K. Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.17.1. Oil & Gas 12.17.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.17.3. Fire Detection 12.17.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.18. France Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.18.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.18.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.19. France Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.19.1. Single-Mode 12.19.2. Multi-Mode 12.20. France Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.20.1. Oil & Gas 12.20.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.20.3. Fire Detection 12.20.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.21. Italy Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.21.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.21.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.22. Italy Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.22.1. Single-Mode 12.22.2. Multi-Mode 12.23. Italy Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.23.1. Oil & Gas 12.23.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.23.3. Fire Detection 12.23.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.24. Spain Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.24.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.24.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.25. Spain Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.25.1. Single-Mode 12.25.2. Multi-Mode 12.26. Spain Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.26.1. Oil & Gas 12.26.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.26.3. Fire Detection 12.26.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.27. Rest of Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 12.27.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 12.27.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 12.28. Rest of Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 12.28.1. Single-Mode 12.28.2. Multi-Mode 12.29. Rest Of Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 12.29.1. Oil & Gas 12.29.2. Power Cable Monitoring 12.29.3. Fire Detection 12.29.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 12.30. Europe Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis 12.30.1. By Operating Principle 12.30.2. By Fiber 12.30.3. By Application 12.31. PEST Analysis 12.32. Key Trends 12.33. Key Developments 13. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Overview 13.3. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 13.4. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.4.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.4.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.5. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 13.6. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.6.1. Single-Mode 13.6.2. Multi-Mode 13.7. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 13.8. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.8.1. Oil & Gas 13.8.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.8.3. Fire Detection 13.8.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.9. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.10. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, by Country 13.10.1. China 13.10.2. India 13.10.3. Japan 13.10.4. ASEAN 13.10.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 13.11. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Country 13.12. China Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.12.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.12.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.13. China Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.13.1. Single-Mode 13.13.2. Multi-Mode 13.14. China Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.14.1. Oil & Gas 13.14.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.14.3. Fire Detection 13.14.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.15. India Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.15.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.15.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.16. India Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.16.1. Single-Mode 13.16.2. Multi-Mode 13.17. India Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.17.1. Oil & Gas 13.17.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.17.3. Fire Detection 13.17.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.18. Japan Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.18.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.18.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.19. Japan Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.19.1. Single-Mode 13.19.2. Multi-Mode 13.20. Japan Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.20.1. Oil & Gas 13.20.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.20.3. Fire Detection 13.20.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.21. ASEAN Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.21.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.21.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.22. ASEAN Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.22.1. Single-Mode 13.22.2. Multi-Mode 13.23. ASEAN Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.23.1. Oil & Gas 13.23.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.23.3. Fire Detection 13.23.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.24. Rest of Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 13.24.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 13.24.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 13.25. Rest of Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 13.25.1. Single-Mode 13.25.2. Multi-Mode 13.26. Rest of Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 13.26.1. Oil & Gas 13.26.2. Power Cable Monitoring 13.26.3. Fire Detection 13.26.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 13.27. Asia Pacific Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis 13.27.1. By Operating Principle 13.27.2. By Fiber 13.27.3. By Application 13.28. PEST Analysis 13.29. Key Trends 13.30. Key Developments 14. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Overview 14.3. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 14.4. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 14.4.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 14.4.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 14.5. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 14.6. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 14.6.1. Single-Mode 14.6.2. Multi-Mode 14.7. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 14.8. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 14.8.1. Oil & Gas 14.8.2. Power Cable Monitoring 14.8.3. Fire Detection 14.8.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 14.9. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.10. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, by Country 14.10.1. GCC 14.10.2. South Africa 14.10.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 14.11. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Country 14.12. GCC Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 14.12.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 14.12.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 14.13. GCC Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 14.13.1. Single-Mode 14.13.2. Multi-Mode 14.14. GCC Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 14.14.1. Oil & Gas 14.14.2. Power Cable Monitoring 14.14.3. Fire Detection 14.14.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 14.15. South Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 14.15.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 14.15.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 14.16. South Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 14.16.1. Single-Mode 14.16.2. Multi-Mode 14.17. South Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 14.17.1. Oil & Gas 14.17.2. Power Cable Monitoring 14.17.3. Fire Detection 14.17.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 14.18. Rest of Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 14.18.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 14.18.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 14.19. Rest of Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 14.19.1. Single-Mode 14.19.2. Multi-Mode 14.20. Rest of Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 14.20.1. Oil & Gas 14.20.2. Power Cable Monitoring 14.20.3. Fire Detection 14.20.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 14.21. Middle East & Africa Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis 14.21.1. By Operating Principle 14.21.2. By Fiber 14.21.3. By Application 14.22. PEST Analysis 14.23. Key Trends 14.24. Key Developments 15. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Overview 15.3. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Operating Principle 15.4. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 15.4.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 15.4.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 15.5. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Fiber 15.6. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 15.6.1. Single-Mode 15.6.2. Multi-Mode 15.7. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, By Application 15.8. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 15.8.1. Oil & Gas 15.8.2. Power Cable Monitoring 15.8.3. Fire Detection 15.8.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 15.9. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Value Share Analysis, by Country 15.10. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, by Country 15.10.1. Brazil 15.10.2. Mexico 15.10.3. Rest of South America 15.11. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Analysis, by Country 15.12. Brazil Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 15.12.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 15.12.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 15.13. Brazil Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 15.13.1. Single-Mode 15.13.2. Multi-Mode 15.14. Brazil Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 15.14.1. Oil & Gas 15.14.2. Power Cable Monitoring 15.14.3. Fire Detection 15.14.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 15.15. Mexico Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 15.15.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 15.15.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 15.16. Mexico Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 15.16.1. Single-Mode 15.16.2. Multi-Mode 15.17. Mexico Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 15.17.1. Oil & Gas 15.17.2. Power Cable Monitoring 15.17.3. Fire Detection 15.17.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 15.18. Rest of South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Operating Principle 15.18.1. Optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) 15.18.2. Optical frequency domain reflectometry (OFDR) 15.19. Rest of South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Fiber 15.19.1. Single-Mode 15.19.2. Multi-Mode 15.20. Rest of South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Forecast, By Application 15.20.1. Oil & Gas 15.20.2. Power Cable Monitoring 15.20.3. Fire Detection 15.20.4. Process & Pipeline Monitoring 15.21. South America Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) Attractiveness Analysis 15.21.1. By Operating Principle 15.21.2. By Fiber 15.21.3. By Application 15.22. PEST Analysis 15.23. Key Trends 15.24. Key Developments 16. Company Profiles 16.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 16.2. Competition Matrix 16.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Verticals and R&D investment 16.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 16.2.3. Market Consolidation 16.2.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and Verticals 16.2.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 16.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 16.3.1. STMicroelectronics N.V. 16.3.1.1. Company Overview 16.3.1.2. Financial Overview 16.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 16.3.1.4. Business Strategy 16.3.1.5. Recent Developments 16.3.1.6. Manufacturing Footprint 16.3.2. NXP semiconductors N.V. 16.3.3. Infineon Technologies AG 16.3.4. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. 16.3.5. Atmel Corporation 16.3.6. Texas instruments Inc. 16.3.7. Robert Bosch GmbH 16.3.8. Johnson controls international PLC 16.3.9. Sony Corporation 16.3.10. Honeywell International, Inc. 16.3.11. AP Sensing 16.3.12. LIOS Technology 16.3.13. Sensornet 16.3.14. Sumitomo Electric 16.3.15. Weatherford International 16.3.16. Yokogawa. 17. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID27798
Category Electronics
Published DateMarch 2019
No of Pages311
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