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Need to Optimise Resources Encourages Adoption of SCADA Systems in Southeast Asia, Finds Frost & Sullivan

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Need to Optimise Resources EncouragesNeed to Optimise Resources Encourages Adoption of SCADA Systems in Southeast Asia, Finds Frost & Sullivan PR Newswire SINGAPORE, Nov. 29, 2013 -- Positive investment climate in the region's emerging countries to boost sales volume The escalating need to optimise vital energy resources is driving the adoption of automation systems such as supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) in Southeast Asia. While conventional end users such as coal and gas-fired plants will continue to employ SCADA systems, the demand from bio-power and hydroelectricity segments of the power industry is likely to strengthen. In addition, initiatives by governments in Southeast Asia to invest in renewable energy sources and improve efficiency while reducing emissions and costs are opening up lucrative opportunities for automation vendors. Consequently, SCADA market revenues in the region will go up from US$148.7 million in 2012 to reach an estimated US$274.8 million in 2018, according to the new study, Southeast Asia SCADA Market, from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.industrialautomation.frost.com). Web-based SCADA systems, in particular, will become popular. "Supportive government policies and investment incentives across several countries further enhance the prospects for SCADA solution providers," said Frost & Sullivan Industrial Automation & Process Control Research Analyst Krishnan Ramanathan.

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Need to Optimise Resources Encourages Adoption of SCADA Systems in Southeast Asia, Finds Frost & Sullivan

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-- Positive investment climate in the region's emerging countries to boost sales volume

The escalating need to optimise vital energy resources is driving the adoption of automation systems such as supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) in Southeast Asia. While conventional end users such as coal and gas-fired plants will continue to employ SCADA systems, the demand from bio-power and hydroelectricity segments of the power industry is likely to strengthen. In addition, initiatives by governments in Southeast Asia to invest in renewable energy sources and improve efficiency while reducing emissions and costs are opening up lucrative opportunities for automation vendors.