• Home >
  • Back Issues >
  • Power & Motion >
  • November/December 2022
  • November/December 2022

    The hydraulics market is expected to end 2022 at a growth rate of 17.7% but dip in 2023 before rising again in 2024.

    2023 Fluid Power Market Outlook: Slowing Growth Cycle Ahead

    Nov. 14, 2022
    The slower growth trends forecasted for 2023 will provide opportunities for manufacturers to catch up and potentially ease supply chain pressures.
    P&m Promo 1

    A Fresh Perspective On Traditional Issues

    Nov. 8, 2022
    Power & Motion's annual Salary & Career Survey features a younger group facing the same engineering challenges.
    Helios Technologies
    Microsoft Teams Image (11)
    Hydraulic Valves

    The Intersection of Hydraulics and Electrification

    Nov. 7, 2022
    Sun Hydraulics' ENERGEN cartridge valve converts hydraulic flow to electric energy, benefiting efficiency and electrification initiatives.
    A visualization of the range capabilities possible with Ouster's digital lidar technology.
    Sensors & Software

    Lidar Enters the Digital Age

    Oct. 13, 2022
    The transition from analog to digital lidar sensor technology brings a range of benefits for autonomous systems.
    Microsoft Teams Image

    Danfoss Remains Invested in Hydraulics

    Oct. 11, 2022
    Danfoss Power Solutions President Eric Alström discusses benefits of the merger with Eaton to date as well as the continued growth potential he sees for hydraulics.

    More content from November/December 2022

    Courtesy The Lee Company
    Executives from the companies signing the acquisition agreement

    The Lee Company Acquires TPP Ventus

    Sept. 22, 2022
    The renamed LEE Ventus should have an expanded footprint in the life science and medical markets.
    S. Jensen
    Volvo C Electric Excavator S Jensen

    IFPE White Paper Outlines Efficiency Benefits of Digitalization & Electrification for Fluid Power

    Aug. 2, 2022
    Several market factors are leading to increased integration of electronics into hydraulic and pneumatic components to achieve various performance benefits.