New Report Shares Details about Fuel Management Systems (FMS) Market

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Some of the prominent participants in the global fuel management systems (FMS) market are Omnitracs, LLC, E-Drive Technology, The Veeder-Root Company, ESI Total Fuel Management, SCI Distribution, LLC, Fluid Management Technology Pty Ltd., SmartFlow Technologies, Emerson, Guduza System Technologies, Fleetmatics Group PLC, Telenav, Inc., TomTom International BV, and Trimble Inc.

A report by Transparency Market Research finds that the market will expand at a tepid pace in the years to come. The report forecasts the market to register a lackluster 4.3% CAGR during the period between 2017 and 2025 to become worth US$9.95 bn by 2025 from US$6.85 bn in 2016.

Depending upon application, the global fuel management systems market can be segmented into fuel consumption, efficiency level, fleet management, viscosity control, etc. Depending upon geography, again, the global fuel management systems market (FMS) can be divided into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa.

Asia Pacific currently leads the market on the back of soaring energy consumption in nations of South Korea, India, Indonesia, and China which are seeing rapid industrialization and urbanization. This has led to the proliferation of trucks, railway locomotives, and buses, which in turn has driven up demand in the market. Railways are least polluting mode of transport and it is one of the biggest reasons for growth in this sector and technological advancements like the advanced fuel management systems for locomotives.

A noticeable trend in the market is the push towards online fuel management and emergence of technologically advanced solutions that have benefitted demand. “Digitalization is expected to be a big driver of change in the commercial vehicle fleet market. Telematics systems in commercial vehicles will become standard in the global markets. IT and software solutions will closely integrate transporters into the systems of the industry value chain. Connected devices allow dynamic route optimization and ensure better capacity utilization. Systems for monitoring an individual’s driving style and wear on components save fuel, protect materials, and increases transportation fleet’s useful life,” adds the lead analyst of the report.

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