07 November 2019
Water Quality Sensor Market Report 2020-2030: Forecasts by Product (PH Sensor, DO Sensor, Temperature Sensors, Others), Application (Wastewater, Aquaculture, Ground water, Others), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa) and analysis of leading companies operating in this industry.
End-user industries recycle and reuse their produced wastewater as a result of increased water contamination and insufficient safe supply of water. Strict government controls on the use of safe and high-quality water have also forced most industrial operators to track the quality of water in real time. Nearly 300 water standards have been established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to be adopted by industries and water utilities to best use water. This drives industrial operators to implement water quality sensors for tracking and activating early warning systems with water composition changes. The growing use of reclaimed and filtered water in industrial applications would accelerate the need for water quality sensors, which is expected to drive the growth of the global market for water quality sensors over the forecast period.
Technological advances in water quality sensor design are one of the significant market factors driving growth in water quality sensors. In order to gain a competitive edge, industry vendors are constantly developing better water quality sensors. We develop graphene-based detectors for heavy metals, nitrates, bacteria and phosphates to be detected in real time. Several vendors now develop thin, lightweight sensors for water quality with wireless communication capabilities that transmit data to a cloud platform. Wireless water quality sensors allow simple water quality control in remote locations such as oceans and waterways.
Increasing need to assess the quality of water before supplying it to the distribution system has prompted water treatment facilities to install water quality sensors, which ultimately increases demand for water quality sensor goods. The global water quality sensor market is also driven by strict water legislation led by the government to track and preserve water quality data.
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Increasing need to assess the quality of water before supplying it to the distribution system has prompted water treatment facilities to install water quality sensors, which ultimately increases demand for water quality sensor goods.
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