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Need Market Share For SCADA Of Different Companies

05/25/2011 3:53 PM

Hi,

Can anybody plz provide me the details of market share of SCADA provided in Oil n Gas by Emerson, ABB, Honeywell, Yokogawa, Invensys, Telvent, Rockwell, Schnider.

Also, provide the same details on RTU by these companies, if possible.

Thanks.

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Re: Need Market Share For SCADA Of Different Companies

05/25/2011 6:49 PM

How would you like it broken down?

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Re: Need Market Share For SCADA Of Different Companies

05/26/2011 6:46 AM

I need the mkt share in percentage for the SCADA & RTU these companies supplies to the customers in oil n gas industry.

I did lot of surveys n tried to get information on the website but was unable to get. If you have any idea frm where I can get this info, plz let me know.

Plz share some information if you have.

Thanks & Regards

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Re: Need Market Share For SCADA Of Different Companies

05/26/2011 1:31 PM

Thanks for sharing the links Lyn.

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Re: Need Market Share For SCADA Of Different Companies

05/26/2011 2:41 AM

Who could ever possibly care, and why? What is "RTU"? Who is "Schnider"? No doubt "plz" = please, and "n" = "and". There may be some vendors missing from this laundry list. Etc.

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