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The Quest Trend Magazine publishes trends in automation technology from user%u2019s point of view in machinery industry, automotive and F&B industries in Germany. The trends from the users%u2019 point of view are based on market surveys of Quest TechnoMarketing, Bochum, London. Quest TechnoMarketing is specialised in market surveys regarding the automation technology for more than 20 years and is the publisher of the Quest Trend Magazine. Further information to Quest TechnoMarketing on http://www.qtm.de/en/go-quest.html
The unstable supply situation with rare earths has specific causes. Quest Research publishes 7 theses in order to look behind the scenes trying to make an objective and useful orientation easier for manufacturers and users of automation technology.
Increased use of robots is becoming a trend in the German machinery industry because 19% of the investigated machine-builders intend to extend the use of robots this year, concerning nine of ten investigated sectors.
The implementation of IO-Link shows neither an erratic upward development nor a tough stagnation but a continuous, step by step spreading with more and more machine-builders in more and more sectors of the German machinery industry.
Packaging machines are pacesetters for real time Ethernet. Slowing dynamic of the implementation of Ethernet at packaging machines to 2012. Five issues packaging machine-builders have been dealing with since 2005.
Machine-builders in Germany who are changing the control technology at the machines this year prefer integrated control technologies. This reveals the new Quest study as the Quest Trend Magazine reports.
The intended technology changes in the control and drive technology, the implementation of robotics, energy efficient drives, I/O modules and IO-Link and RFID in the German machinery industry this year.
A summary of three Quest studies tracks how ProfiNet, EtherCat, Ethernet IP, Powerlink, Modbus-TCP, Sercos III, VARAN and TCP/IP have been developing in the German machinery industry from 2005 to 2010 und will develop to 2012.
During the last 10 years from 2001 to 2010 the use of electric linear actuators in the German machinery industry has increased fivefold according to a current market survey published in the Quest Trend Magazine.
Quest Trend Magazine publishes the current "voter transition analysis" for the control technology in the German machinery industry. It shows, which control technologies are attractive, substitution-threatened or stable in the change according to the machine-builders this year.