Many physical simulations involve coupled systems, such as electric and magnetic fields for electromagnetism, pressure and velocity for sound, or the real and the imaginary part of the quantum mechanical wave function. Catering to this demand, multiphysics software is used to combine chemical kinetics and fluid mechanics or combining finite elements with molecular dynamics. In addition, the capabilities required from individual physical disciplines are at the frontier of their respective research agendas which entails rapid and independent evolution of their software implementations. To accommodate the diverse and dynamically changing need of individual physics disciplines, multiphysics software is adopted to allow coupling of individual physics mode solve to problems.
Advancements in technology is favoring the growth of the market, as new microelectronic and microfluidic instruments that are small, easy to use, and offer excellent quality and control. The compact size of many lab instruments has made multiphysics software feasible for even smaller offices and has enabled some physicians to even perform tests for other doctors. Therefore, physicians who want to access the test results immediately are setting up multiphysics software. Also, adoption of cloud technology is favoring the global mutiphysics market. Cloud-based solutions help in reducing the complexity of managing access controls and content classification and retention policies.
Rising demand for lab automation is primarily responsible for driving the global multiphysics software market. This is mainly due to the preference of researchers and scientists to use the latest laboratory systems and accessories to bring in maximum efficiency. Favorable scenarios from several governments regarding grant of funds for procuring quality multiphysics software has also caused the market to expand in recent times. Other factors contributing toward better prospects in this field are research in the field of chemistry and physics. Adoption of multiphysics software in the education sector is increasing due to the rising need to provide protection to the rapidly expanding education infrastructures in several emerging economies. Lack of awareness about multiphysics software is a restraint for the multiphysics software market which has a low impact across the various region.
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The global multiphysics software market can be segmented based on component, type, application, and region. In terms of component, the multiphysics software market can be classified into software and services. Further, the software segment can be categorized into on-premise and cloud. The services segment can be divided into managed and professional services. The professional services sub-segment can be classified into system integration, training & support, and consulting. Based on type, the multiphysics software market can be categorized into free software and commercial software. In terms of application, the multiphysics software market can be split into school, education, engineering construction, academics and research institutes etc.
In terms of region, the global multiphysics software market can be segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. North America being a mature market, offers sizeable contribution to multiphysics software revenues worldwide. In 2017, the region was dominant in the global multiphysics software market because it is technologically ahead of other geographical regions. Moreover, the robust presence of multiphysics software vendors and system integrators is also leading to the increased adoption of multiphysics software and services in the region.
The major vendors in the global multiphysics software market include Comsol, ANSYS, Dassault Systemes, WelSimulation, MotionPort, Maya HTT, MSC Software, ESI Group, CPFD Software, TEN TECH LLC, SimuTech Group, and Livermore Software Technology.