The global advanced metering infrastructure market is expected to witness significant growth over the forecast period. There have been significant advancements in smart grid optimization, with the integration of AMI technologies into the existing system. Grid modernization initiatives, urge for energy conservation and implementation of regulatory mandates are some of the factors expected to favorably impact the market. AMI enterprise services handle task areas that include text messaging, external profile calculation, disconnection/reconnection, meter reading processes, and technical master data exchange. It also improves customer engagement activities through two-way communication along with improved non-technical loss identification and reduced operational costs. Leveraging two-way radio frequency (RF) networks with high-quality services are expected to encourage green technologies over the forecast period.
Inadequate financial incentives for utilities and the need for improvement in customer service level may hamper advanced metering infrastructure market growth. However, recent advances in the utility industry are expected to enable a potentially vast range of collection systems and water utilities. Driven by legislative as well as environmental policies to conserve resources, utilities are expected to launch dynamic pricing programs and demand responses to shift or reduce energy consumption during non-peak periods.
The advanced metering infrastructure market by-product can be bifurcated into communication modules and two-way smart meters. Smart meters are expected to be the dominant segment. This can be attributed to low installation costs, lower transportation costs, short meter life span, and use of power line communications. On the basis of solutions, the AMI market is categorized into, Meter Communication Infrastructure (MCI), analytics, MDM, and advanced metering infrastructure security. Major market vendors are focused on providing end-to-end integrated services to utilities from network or hardware endpoint to program management, system integration, and Meter Data Management (MDM) services. Initial resistance to the adoption of smart meter technology is expected in the European region. The Asia Pacific advanced metering infrastructure market is expected to generate cumulative demand over the forecast period. This can be attributed to a shift towards smart grid architecture, energy management, technology upgrades, choice of customers, and regulatory mandates. Major AMI industry participants include Silver Spring Networks, Sensus, Schneider Electric SA, Landis+Gyr AG, Itron, IBM, General Electric, Elster Group SE, Echelon Corporation, and Eaton Corporation.
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In contrast to its related industries like consumer electronics and semiconductors, the data center and communications infrastructure industry is expected to be more buoyant with continued strategic investments made to support the increased network traffic and data usage for remote working during the lockdown phase. From school closures necessitating students to use virtual offerings (Google Classroom ) to the governments using business analytics services (Power BI) for communicating virus updates, the demand for communication services and related infrastructure has witnessed an unprecedented rise amidst the global pandemic. Digital services including telemedicine are expected to remain popular even after the pandemic is contained, thereby ensuring strong growth in the communication infrastructure industry. The report will account for Covid19 as a key market contributor.