Frost & Sullivan's Environment & Building Technologies practice provides global industry analysis, custom consulting, growth consulting (strategy consulting), market research, market forecasts, and insights into emerging technologies that are designed to help your firm address current trends and challenges, identify new technologies and take advantage of opportunities for growth. Our global team of industry experts, consultants, market analysts, and research executives continuously monitor and evaluate Water & Wastewater, Environmental Management, Waste Management, and Building Technologies markets.
•Understand the issues associated with oil and gas exploration
•Gain a realistic understanding of the growth opportunities for drilling
•Recognize the future for water treatment companies in the United States oil and gas industry
•Learn more about one of the most talked about industries in North America
More than $600 million is required for infrastructure development across Africa. Key sectors, such as transportation and energy, form the core of the infrastructure development plans across the continent that will stimulate increased intra-Africa trade and regional integration.
Why You Should Attend:
· Learn more about mega projects across Africa
· Understand success factors for doing business in Africa
· Identify which sectors have the highest infrastructure investment
The global challenge of water stress and scarcity has been accentuated by the growing population, progressing water pollution and rapid economic development in the emerging regional markets. This is driving the demand for advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies and solutions, such as membrane systems, which established a $5.5 billion market size in 2012. It is one of the fastest-growing technology segments, witnessing double-digit growth rates. The increasing penetration of membrane systems across the water cycle has led to innovative management approaches, the improvement of water supply, treatment, conservation, as well as to the much-needed rise in reuse and recycling water.
Europe generated approximately 265 million tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) in 2012, and the increasing volumes are attributed to packaging and food disposed from households. With an increasing concern about energy security, waste-to-energy plants have emerged as a sustainable practice to address the disposal of municipal solid waste and also generate energy. This briefing summaries the European Thermal Waste-to-Energy Plant sector from 2009 to 2016.
Why You Should Attend:
- Gain understanding of the WTE plant market in Europe
- Receive insight on a perceptible shift in the fuel mix from coal and nuclear power to alternate and renewable sources
- Discuss why, in Europe, more than three-quarters of 480 WTE plants are older than 10 years
- Understand why grate technology is still the most commonly used solution in Europe
- Discover how improving energy efficiencies and lowering air emissions will result in an increased use of process and automation
Why You Should Attend:
· Receive an overview of the 2010-2012 municipal water and wastewater treatment infrastructure projects, including insights into new and existing industry challenges
· Discuss analysis into regional funding limitations and identification of regional growth opportunities, based on spending initiatives and infrastructure investments
Rail infrastructure has been heavily under utilized for several decades in Africa. However, recent trends indicate significant development is taking place in the sector across the continent. The revival of rail transportation in Africa is likely to drive advances in inter-regional connectivity and trade. Additionally, improving rail infrastructure is likely to reduce passenger and freight transportation costs and increase accessibility to wider markets. This briefing will focus on development in select African countries outside of South Africa.
The research service "Analysis of the Facilities Management Market for Government Institutions in Australia" provides an overview of a mature market for numerous facilities management (FM) service providers. Facilities Management services can be provided by external service providers or internal departments, and this varies across the different Australian states, influenced by the nature of the government in each state.
Notable market trends are the increased focus on the efficient use of office space, green cleaning, increased expectations relating to total FM and property solutions, the need for a strategic approach to managing ageing building stock, and the effective leverage of emerging technologies.
The aim of this briefing is to
·Provide an overview of facilities management market in government institutions in Australia
·Highlight key driver & restraints
·Provide a summary of challenges & opportunities for facilities management service providers
Smart buildings are the future of building technologies. New innovations are geared toward making buildings greener and more intelligent. One of the leading platforms of implementing smart technology in buildings is through automation systems. This briefing will discuss the growth prospects of building automation systems in Europe and how this is expected to further the development of smart buildings.
- Overview of key Mega Trends that will impact the development of Smart Buildings over this decade
- Analysis of revenue growth estimates for building automation in Europe
- Integrated industry perspective of competitive trends
The presentation summarises the key findings of Facilities Management Services in remote mining camp sites in Australia. Firstly, a short overview about the Australian mining industry and remote areas in Australia will be provided. Afterwards, an overview of the market for facilities management in remote sites by using key findings will be explained. In the next slides, current trends in the market will be described. After explaining the major challenges for facilities management service providers, major drivers will be named and explained. Last but not least, a summary of the competitive environment and key conclusions will finish the presentation.