Industrial Wireless Remote Control increased from 396.66 K Units in 2014 to 518.93 K Units in 2018
Friday, 15 Nov, 2019
Industrial Wireless Remote Control is a component of an electronics device, most commonly a mining machinery, industrial driving and concrete pump truck used for operating the device wirelessly. Remote control has continually evolved and advanced over recent years to include bluetooth connectivity, motion sensor-enabled capabilities and voice control.

The manufacturers range from large multinational corporations to small privately owned companies in this industry. HBC, Hetronic Group, Laird(Cattron Group), OMNEX(Eaton), Danfoss (Ikusi) are the top five producers account for about 47 % of the revenue market. 

The sales of Industrial Wireless Remote Control increased from 396.66 K Units in 2014 to 518.93 K Units in 2018 with an average growth rate of 6.95%.

Asia-Pacific occupied 45% of the sales market in 2018. It is followed by Europe and North America. Other countries have a smaller amount of sales. 

The impact on the cost and availability of raw materials and certain components is uncertain due to potential supply changes. The costs of raw materials have a significant impact on the level of expenses. If the prices of raw materials and related factors such as energy prices increase, and if new companies cannot pass those price increases on to customers, their results of operations and financial condition would suffer.

For price trend analysis, a key variable in the performance of Industrial Wireless Remote Control producers is raw material costs, specifically the speed at which any increase can be passed through to customers. 

For forecast, the global Industrial Wireless Remote Control revenue would keep increasing with annual growth rate with 4-5%. We tend to believe that this industry still has a good future, considering the current demand of Industrial Wireless Remote Control.