The crawler camera system market is projected to reach USD 353 million by 2025 from USD 145 million in 2019; it is projected to grow at a CAGR of 14.5% during the forecast period. The major drivers for the market’s growth are the rising demand from residential and municipal applications, increasing government mandates and regulations for pipeline assessment, growing demand for advanced inspection systems for underwater operations, and growing demand for sewer inspection. The introduction of magnetic crawlers will create growth opportunities for crawler camera system manufacturers. The major restraint for the market is the faster battery drainage of crawler camera systems. The time involved in the data analytics process in crawler camera systems poses a major challenge for this market.
CUES (US), Deep Trekker (Canada), Eddyfi (Canada), Mini-Cam (UK), iPEK International (Germany), ULC Robotics (US), Ratech Electronics (Canada), Envirosight (US), Rausch Electronics USA (US), Insight | Vision (US), RIEZLER (Germany), NDT Technologies (P) Limited (India), Scanprobe (UK), Subsite Electronics (US), and AM Industrial Group (UK) are a few major players in the crawler camera system market.
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Top 5 players in Crawler Camera System Market:
CUES (US) is one of the world's leading manufacturers of water, wastewater, and stormwater inspection equipment. The company provides the necessary tools for both pipeline inspection and repair. It offers closed-circuit television video (CCTV) inspection, rehabilitation, pipe profiling equipment, and pipeline inspection/asset management software for sanitary and storm sewers, industrial process lines, and water lines. CUES was acquired by SPX Corporation (US) in May 2018. The acquisition substantially strengthened SPX’s global position in the pipe inspection equipment market. CUES offers cameras and camera transporters for pipeline inspection.
Deep Trekker (Canada)
Deep Trekker offers fully assembled, tested, and easy to operate submersible robots for applications in harsh environments. It caters to applications such as aquaculture, infrastructure, energy, search & rescue, commercial diving, defense, maritime, municipalities, ocean science, and underwater discovery. Deep Trekker’s portable, battery-operated CCTV pipe crawler systems are used for pipeline inspection and monitoring. They can inspect pipes ranging from 6” and up in diameter and in pipe materials such as PVC, clay, brick, concrete, HDPE, corrugated steel, and cast iron. The crawler systems are equipped with a fully submersible camera.
Eddyfi offers a diversified portfolio of non-destructive testing (NDT) instruments, sensors, software, and robotic solutions for the inspection of critical components and assets in industries such as aerospace, oil & gas, and power generation. In February 2019, Eddyfi acquired Inuktun, a well-known developer and manufacturer of remotely operated crawlers and camera systems. Inuktun offers robotic systems that bridge the gap between NDT inspectors and the physical world, helping customers see the unseen and safely go beyond physical inspection limitations.
Mini-Cam specializes in the design, manufacture, and distribution of remotely operated camera systems and devices for inspecting pipelines and hard-to-reach areas. The company offers push cameras and crawler systems for pipeline inspection solutions worldwide. Mini-Cam was acquired by Halma plc (UK) in November 2017 and operates within the Halma Environmental & Analysis Sector. Mini-Cam continually innovates and develops leading solutions for challenging environments, producing smart, user-friendly, durable, high-quality systems at affordable prices in the crawler camera system market. This helps the company to be one of the industry leaders in this market. Mini-Cam was acquired by Halma plc in November 2017. This acquisition helps the company in expanding its customer base and adding new technologies to the current product offerings. The company has invested in a new factory in Austria in April 2017, which helps in accelerating the firm’s international growth strategy.
iPEK International (Germany)
iPEK International GmbH is an electrical and electronics manufacturing company located in Sulzberg, BY, Germany. The company offers a wide product range in the field of high-quality pipeline inspection systems. It specializes in the development of remote-controlled systems for infrastructure inspection. iPEK's product portfolio comprises a manhole zoom camera system, pan & tilt push camera systems, and crawler systems for pipeline inspection for various application areas. iPEK was acquired by IDEX Corporation in October 2008. iPEK’s expertise in designing and manufacturing cameras and remote-control systems for infrastructure inspection enables continued enhancement of the Fluid and Metering Technologies segment of IDEX Corporation. The acquisition of iPEK dovetails well with the products and services provided by IDEX and continues to expand the range and breadth of products that IDEX offers in the Fluid and Metering Technologies segment.
Crawler Camera System Market by Component (Hardware, Software, Service), Application (Drain Inspection; Pipeline Inspection; Tank, Void, and Cavity/Conduit Inspection), Vertical (Residential, Municipal, Industrial), and Region - Global Forecast to 2025
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