Growth in the global food and beverage processing and packaging equipment market looks promising over the next four years. Frost & Sullivan’s latest analysis reveals that improved economic conditions in emerging nations, changing dietary preferences globally, and a rising demand for nutritious and ready-to-eat food products are driving demand for food processors and boosting growth in the packaging equipment market. The global food and beverages processing and packaging equipment market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.1% from 2017 until 2022 and reach $78.6 billion.
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Autonomous driving, 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), data centers, power applications, and new high-speed digital standards are the growth engines of the electronic test and measurement (T&M) equipment market for the next five years. The next wave of growth has begun with the technologies making their way down the product lifecycle, from research and development to manufacturing and deployment. Greater complexity and technology convergence will spur demand across verticals, with the largest opportunities coming from communications, semiconductors and computing industries, and the fastest growth in industrial and automotive verticals. Market winners will be those able to meet the demand while addressing the specific requirements of applications.
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The rise of quantum supremacy and testing of flying personal transportation to create growth opportunities in 2018
What is Biometrics, and particularly, what role is it playing in the world today? Well, for starts, Biometrics refers to the application of statistical analysis on biological data. In the world today, the biological data in people that are used for identity verification has for a long time been fingerprints which are unique to every human.
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ICT Health LLC was named ‘2017 UAE Healthcare IT Service Provider of the Year‘ at the 2017 Frost & Sullivan Middle East Best Practices Awards Banquet held on the 24th of May at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai.
1) Pre-VAT sales rush. After an unstable 2016 resulting in a drop in new vehicle sales (reaching 1.35-1.40 million units) across the GCC, the market is expected to stabilise and show a moderate growth in 2017 (up to 1.48-1.50 million units) due to several key factors. Firstly, the region’s macroeconomic situation is improving (non-oil Gross Domestic Product in the GCC is set to accelerate to 3% in 2017 from 1.8% in 2016 IMF, 2016) and new vehicle sales in 2017 are likely to be uplifted by a planned VAT (Value Added Tax) introduction by most GCC states in 2018. Although for majority of businesses it means additional complexity, VAT is ultimately paid by the customer. Customers previously planning a vehicle purchase in the next two years from now are likely to purchase vehicles before a 5% tax (most likely rate to be adopted) is levied in 2018.
The UAE logistics industry is likely to grow by 4 percent in 2016. In addition, capacity expansion and infrastructure investment are likely to strengthen the competitiveness of logistics service providers (LSP). This is the conclusion drawn by Frost & Sullivan which has also noted that new technology solutions and transport infrastructure enhancement will be key to surviving disruption and transformational growth of the logistics industry in the UAE. Moreover, despite lower oil prices, the economic growth is expected to be driven by non-oil economic sectors and construction activities relating to capacity expansion. With the logistics market expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7 percent between 2015 and 2020, the report notes that the key drivers for economic growth are the infrastructure investments associated with national logistics development plans, EXPO 2020, and trade with Asia and Sub-Saharan African countries. “Airport expansion and the GCC rail network will strengthen alternate mode for freight and cargo transportation and, despite lower oil prices, manufacturing industries will support demand for domestic logistics services,” the report states. The GCC logistics infrastructure is increasingly becoming important as the region has emerged as an important trans-shipment point for Europe-Asia trade and also as a multi-modal logistics hub to cater to the needs of increasing trade within the block. The GCC’s economic and logistics services integration is likely to derive the creation of integrated multi-modal transport system and the strengthening of multi-modal transportation corridors in the region.