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市場調查報告書

全球電子工業 (歐洲版)

The World Electronic Industries 2012-2017 (World Overview + Detailed Production Forecasts for Europe Only)

出版商 DECISION 商品編碼 239724
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 244 Pages + Excel
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全球電子工業 (歐洲版) The World Electronic Industries 2012-2017 (World Overview + Detailed Production Forecasts for Europe Only)
出版日期: 2014年03月31日 內容資訊: 英文 244 Pages + Excel
簡介

全球電子產業生產額在2012年超越了1兆4,100億歐元,一般預測到2017年前將以年平均(CAGR)3.2%的速度成長,到2017年達到1兆6,550億歐元。

本報告提供全球及歐洲的電子工業綜合分析,提供全球·歐洲市場的詳細生產量·市場預測,成長預測,產業結構,趨勢,50種電子設備相關預測等資訊,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 主要調查結果

第2章 電子產業趨勢

  • 音訊·影音
    • 電視
    • 其他音訊-影音設備(DSC,DVD,遊戲主機等)
  • 家電設備
  • 通訊
    • 行動電話
    • 通訊基礎設施·網路
  • 數據處理
    • 大型主機,中階運算及專用終端
    • PC
    • 週邊設備,辦公室設備及智慧卡
  • 航太·國防·安全
    • 一般的展望·主要趨勢
    • 航空·宇宙
    • 國防
    • 安全
  • 產業·醫療用電子設備
    • 主要趨勢·企業
    • 運輸
    • 電力電子技術
    • 自動化
    • 醫療
    • 儀器·檢測·實驗
  • 汽車電子產品
    • 處於轉戾點的汽車產業
    • 汽車電子產品的中期展望與歐洲的地位
    • 朝新電泳移動偏移範例發展
    • 聯網汽車的未來

第3章 詳細的方案

  • 全球整體
  • 歐洲
  • 北美
  • 日本
  • 中國
  • 其他的亞太地區
  • 其他

第4章 調查手法

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目錄

The future of the whole industry of electronics covered in a single survey!

General outlook: Towards more professional electronics, a chance for North America and Europe

Ten years ago, North America, Europe and Japan recovered from the Telecom crisis but still represented, as a group, around two-thirds of global electronic equipment production. In 2012, the historically developed economies represented only slightly more than 40% of this world production. This share has constantly declined ever since as their specialization in lower-volume professional production segments has not compensated for the migration of mass-market device production towards the emerging growth markets in Asia.

Global electronics production, valued at more than 1,410 billion euros in 2012, is completely intertwined with the global economy and should grow on average at 3.2% per year until 2017 to reach 1,655 billion euros.

World electronic equipment production by region
in 2012 (center) and 2017 (on the edge)

Source: DECISION (March 2014)

Naturally enough, China benefited most from this production transfer and its share of world production more than doubled in the last decade to reach 38% in 2012. However, its development is now evolving to focus more than ever on internal demand, diversification to professional electronic segments and international investment. In addition, due to rising labor costs, China is seriously challenged by other economies in the Other Asia-Pacific region, which includes emerging countries like India, Vietnam or Malaysia, capable of churning out some of the same consumer electronic goods at a cheaper cost. As a consequence, while China should remain the largest electronic equipment manufacturing country in value, its production share is expected to decrease over the 2012 - 2017 time frame to 36% at the end of the forecast period.

Less impacted by the financial crisis compared to developed countries, emerging countries are still targets for foreign direct investment due to good market prospects and their relatively cheap production factor costs.

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Table of Contents

1. KEY FINDINGS

  • 1.1. General Outlook

2. ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY TRENDS

  • 2.1. Audio & Video
    • 2.1.1. TVs
    • 2.1.2. Other audio-video devices (DSCs, DVDs, Game consoles,etc)
  • 2.2. Home appliances
  • 2.3. Telecommunications
    • 3.3.1. Mobile phones
    • 3.3.2. Telecommunication infrastructures & networks
  • 2.4. Data processing
    • 3.4.1. Mainframes, mid-range computing and dedicated terminals
    • 3.4.2. PCs
    • 3.4.3. Peripherals, office equipment and smart cards
  • 2.5. Aerospace, Defense & Security
    • 2.5.1. General prospects and key trends
    • 2.5.2. Aeronautics & Space
    • 2.5.3. Defense
    • 2.5.4. Security
  • 2.6. Industrial and Medical electronics
    • 2.6.1. Major trends and players
    • 2.6.2. Transportation
    • 2.6.3. Power elelctronics
    • 2.6.4. Automation
    • 2.6.5. Medical
    • 2.6.6. Instrumentation, measuring & test
  • 2.7. Automotive electronics
    • 2.7.1. The automotive industry is at a cross-roads
    • 2.7.2. Automotive electronics medium term outlook and European position
    • 2.7.3. Towards the new electro-mobility paradigm
    • 2.7.4. The future belongs to the connected car

3. DETAILED SCENARIO

  • 3.1. World Total
  • 3.2. Europe

4. METHODOLOGY

  • 4.1. Sources
  • 4.2. Exchange rates
  • 4.3. Values, market and production
  • 4.4. Detailed regional scope
  • 4.5. Acronyms

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: TVs, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 2: TVs, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 3: TVs, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 4: TVs, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 5: TVs, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 6: Home Appliances, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 7: Home Appliances, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 8: Home Appliances, production growth (%)
  • Figure 9: Home Appliances, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 10: Home Appliances, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 11: Mobile phones, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 12: Mobile phones, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 13: Mobile phones, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 14: Mobile phones, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 15: Mobile phones, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 16: Telecommunication infrastructure, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 17: Telecommunication infrastructure, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 18: Telecommunication infrastructure, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 19: Telecommunication infrastructure, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 20: Telecommunication infrastructure, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 21: Mainframes, mid-range computing & dedicated terminals, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 22: Mainframes, mid-range computing & dedicated terminals, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 23: Mainframes, mid-range computing & dedicated terminals, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 24: Mainframes, mid-range computing & dedicated terminals, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 25: Mainframes, mid-range computing & dedicated terminals, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 26: PCs, World production (billion euros
  • Figure 27: PCs, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 28: PCs, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 29: PCs, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 30: PCs, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 31: Peripherals, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 32: Peripherals, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 33: Peripherals, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 34: Peripherals, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 35: Peripherals, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 36: Aerospace, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 37: Aerospace, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 38: Aerospace Production growth (%)
  • Figure 39: Aerospace Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 40: Aerospace, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 41: Defense, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 42: Defense, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 43: Defense, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 44: Defense, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 45: Defense, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 46: Security, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 47: Security, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 48: Security, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 49: Security, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 50: Security, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 51: Transportation, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 52: Transportation, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 53: Transportation, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 54: Transportation, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 55: Transportation, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 56: Power electronics, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 57: Power electronics, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 58: Power electronics, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 59: Power electronics, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 60: Power electronics, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 61: Automation, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 62: Automation, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 63: Automation, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 64: Automation, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 65: Automation, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 66: Medical, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 67: Medical, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 68: Medical, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 69: Medical, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 70: Medical, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 71: Instrumentation, measuring & test, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 72: Instrumentation, measuring & test, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 73: Instrumentation, measuring & test, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 74: Instrumentation, measuring & test, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 75: Instrumentation, measuring & test, Production by region (2017 %)
  • Figure 76: Automotive, World production (billion euros)
  • Figure 77: Automotive, European production (billion euros)
  • Figure 78: Automotive, Production growth (%)
  • Figure 79: Automotive, Production by region (2012 %)
  • Figure 80: Automotive, Production by region (2017 %)

List of Tables

  • Table 1: World electronic equipment production/market in million euros
  • Table 2: World electronic equipment production/market annual growth in value
  • Table 3: Detailed World electronic equipment production/market in million euros
  • Table 4: Detailed World electronic equipment production/market annual growth in value
  • Table 5: Europe electronic equipment production in million euros
  • Table 6: Europe electronic equipment production annual growth in value
  • Table 7: Detailed Europe electronic equipment production in million euros
  • Table 8: Detailed Europe electronic equipment production annual growth in value
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