April 3, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
South American RFID Market
This study analyzes the current and future trends in the South American Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) market. RFID solutions are projected to be used more across various vertical markets, and this study focuses on the trends, challenges, and factors driving market growth. Also included are product, technology, and regional market analyses, along with a competitive analysis. As this is an emerging region, suppliers' initiatives have been discussed, and a list of key market participants and their respective market shares has been included. This research service provides the necessary business intelligence to accelerate growth in a fast-paced market.
•The total Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) market in
recorded revenue of an estimated $xxx million in 2011.•Brazil led with the highest revenue of $xxx million in 2011.
was in second position with $xxxmillion, followed by
with an estimated $xxx million in 2011.•The tags contributed $xxx million, or xxxpercent of the total RFID revenue in the region. Hardware contributed $xxx million or xxxpercent whereas software and services contributed $xxxmillion or xxx percent of the total market.•The total RFID market in the South American region is likely to see a growth at a CAGR of xxx percent between 2011 and 2016, and total market revenue is expected to be $xxx million at the end of the forecast period.•The primary vertical markets in 2011 were government, leading with $xxx million; followed by industry with $xxxmillion; and transportation and logistics in third with $xxxmillion.
Executive Summary 4 Market Overview 8 Total RFID Market - •External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints 14 •Forecasts and Trends 26 •Market Share and Competitive Analysis 44 Argentina Breakdown 51 Brazil Breakdown 60 Chile Breakdown 69 Colombia Breakdown 76 Venezuela Breakdown 84 The Rest of South America Breakdown 91 The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications) 98 Appendix 101