Vibration Sensors Selection

This Vibration Sensors Selection guide is designed to help industrial manufacturers select the best vibration sensor technology and supplier for their organization’s unique business requirements.


Choosing the right vibration sensor technology supplier and technology to monitor machines such as motors, compressors, conveyors, and a long list of other machinery equipment in your plant can be one of the most important decisions you will make for your business operations for years to come.  Immediately, one thinks of reliability, safety, and maintainability as important reasons for deploying vibration sensors in the proper configuration.  Undetected abnormal vibration causes untimely failures, resulting in loss of production and more.

If you are unsure about any of the key trends in the market or need to develop specifications or purchasing criteria, then you need the assistance that ARC Advisory Group offers.  ARC is the industry leading provider of market knowledge, trends, and supplier information for vibration sensor technology worldwide.  Our products and services integrate hands-on experience with global market research to deliver the intelligence you need.

In recent years, vibration sensor technology has become much more powerful in terms of the information they are now able to utilize and share to perform their duties more effectively.  Today, the majority of vibration sensor technology and related systems revenues worldwide come from vibration monitoring applications where they become an integral part of the information flow within plants and product distribution networks.  Major digitization trends like Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), analytics, and the cloud have impacted the features and functions found in today’s vibration sensors.  Finding the right supplier that fits your needs has become critical for your future success.

Vibration Sensors Selection Strategic Issues

ARC has been researching the vibration sensor technology market for many years, and we understand the challenge companies have in selecting and implementing a solution that will meet their simple unit, machine, or plant-wide requirement.  These include:

  • Compatibility with current installed base of systems and technology Vibration Sensors Selection
  • Integration with business systems
  • Breadth and depth of supplier’s applications for condition monitoring (vibration based) systems solutions
  • Support, training, and spares
  • Understanding the total cost of ownership
  • Architecture based on standards
  • Designs for maximum reliability
  • Supplier long term viability
  • Identify long term visions

Vibration Sensors Selection Guide Table of Contents

Executive Overview

  • Major Trends
  • Industry and Regional Trends
  • Challenges and Solutions
  • Market Leading Suppliers


Adoption Strategies

  • Factors Contributing to Adoption
  • Factors Inhibiting Adoption
  • Strategies for Successful Adoption

Evaluation and Selection Criteria

  • Key Criteria Analysis
  • Fact-based Selection Process
  • Consider Best Practices by Suppliers
  • Selection Process Tools Available
  • Criteria List

Leading Supplier Analysis

  • Market Shares of the Leading Suppliers
  • Leading Suppliers by Region
    • North America
    • Europe, Middle East, Africa
    • Asia
    • Latin America
  • Leading Suppliers by Industry
    • Aerospace & Defense
    • Automotive
    • Buildings
    • Cement & Glass
    • Chemical
    • Electric Power Generation
    • Electronics & Electrical
    • Food & Beverage
    • Machinery
    • Metals
    • Mining
    • Oil & Gas
    • Pharmaceutical & Biotech
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Refining
    • Semiconductors
    • Water & Wastewater

Leading Suppliers

To be able to make an informed choice, you need to know who the major suppliers servicing this market are.  These guides will provide you with the names and links to information about them.

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