conducts market research studies in a wide variety of areas that can be
purchased by anyone interested in the topics. We create these studies through
interviews with suppliers, distributors, and end-users. We have available a
market study on every type of flowmeter. Topics including Coriolis, magnetic,
ultrasonic, vortex, positive displacement, and turbine flowmeters, as well as
temperature sensors, temperature transmitters, infrared thermometers and thermal
imagers, and pressure transmitters. We have published multiple editions of many
of our studies.
We also conduct custom projects for companies who are looking to expand their
product line, merge with or acquire another company, or understand their
customer needs better. We are very experienced at doing user surveys that reveal
hidden problems, emerging applications, and new product requirements. We gather
the data and analyze it in light of our wealth of data on instrumentation. We
then formulate strategies that help you achieve your goals.
WorldFlow Monitoring Service
In addition to studies and projects, we publish periodicals as part of our Worldflow
The Market Barometer helps companies stay on top
of trends and technologies and interpret them so that they can make better
business decisions. Our new Energy Monitor – an outgrowth of the Process
Industry Monitor – focuses on developments in oil & gas, petrochemical,
and renewable energy industries. It also reflects our increasing focus on the
oil and gas flow markets. As part of the Worldflow Monitoring Service, we also
produce periodic User Perspective reports and timely Flash Reports.
About Dr. Yoder
Dr. Jesse Yoder, founder of Flow Research, has been working in process control
since 1986 and writing market research studies since 1990. He and his team have
studied hundreds of companies during this time and have advised most of the top
flowmeter suppliers on market and product strategies. Dr. Yoder has written over
250 market studies since 1990
and more than 280 technical articles on instrumentation published in industry
journals, most of which can be found online at www.flowarticles.com.
Go to www.flowstudies.com
for a current list of our off-the-shelf studies available for immediate