Eurovent Market Intelligence begins its 25th annual data gathering (GEN - 986.00)

2019 to bring new programmes and many new features

GEN - 986.00. On 4 January 2019, Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI) has commenced with its latest annual data collection, which has been providing manufacturers with information on the European HVACR market since 1994. With more than 300 participating manufacturers, 15 product types, and response rates often exceeding 80%, the statistics branch of Eurovent has become the benchmark for HVACR market data.

New data collection programmes

Next to other new features announced for 2019, EMI has announced a new, more refined segmentation of Chilled Water-cooling Units. This resulted in adaptation of the collection format to new types of refrigerants to measure market trends more effectively - following the recent EU F-Gas Regulation updates.

EMI also offers more detailed information on the types of Onboard Air Compressors and new technologies (e.g. Free Cooling, Multi-pipe Systems).

This also applies to Air Cooled Heat Exchanger, where the segmentation by fluid type has been made more detailed. Air Curtain data will provide more details on a geographical level, as requested by manufacturers during the EUROVENTSUMMIT in Seville in September 2018. 

The list of this year’s innovations includes the expansion of EMI’s coverage to Split and VRF Air Conditioners, whose global demand is steadily increasing, with data collection for indoor and outdoor units. Most Chinese, Korean and Japanese manufacturers have already expressed interest, promising market coverage rate exceeding 90%.

Annual data collection

Below you can find a list of products covered by EMI’s annual data collection:

  • Adiabatic Coolers
  • Air Curtains
  • Air Filters
  • Air Handling Units
  • Chilled Beams
  • Chillers and Heat Pumps
  • Cooling Towers
  • Fan Coil Units
  • Heat Exchangers
  • IT Cooling 
  • Pool Dehumidifiers 
  • Residential Heat Recovery Ventilation
  • Rooftop Units
  • Split Systems
  • VRF Systems

Innovative features

In March 2019, EMI will take a further step in data analysis. Participants will be able to view the results of the collection in form of interactive maps and graphs, available online through a restricted access. From anywhere in the world, in just a few clicks, employees of all participating companies will be able to use their computer or tablet to display a European map of the market segment they’re interested in while see details of any country by simply clicking on it.

Newly awaited innovations by manufacturers should continue to drive growth at the statistical office. In line with the 7% increase in the number of participants in 2018, 2019 is proving to be promising for EMI, whose reputation is now well established.

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Wednesday, 16 January 2019
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