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Urban ICT: Smart Cities, 5G, Industrial IoT, and Big Data in Manufacturing Market Analysis and Forecasts 2015 - 2020

  • ID: 3513803
  • December 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 401 Pages
  • Mind Commerce LLC
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Significant Impact from ICT Include Machine Communications, Teleoperation, and Integration With IoT

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Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are transforming at a rapid rate, driven by urbanization, industrialization of emerging economies, smart city initiatives, and certain key technologies including Big Data and broadband wireless. 5G in particular will drive massive innovation, particularly in an urban environment.

Smart City development is emerging as a focal point for growth drivers in several key ICT areas including: M2M/IoT, Connected Devices, Broadband Wireless, Cloud Computing, Big Data and Analytics. The manufacturing industry is rapidly transforming as technology, competition, and the evolving demands of global consumers dictate the need for continuously improving efficiencies and flexibility. Significant impact from ICT include machine communications, teleoperation, and integration with IoT.

Urban ICT: Smart Cities, 5G, Industrial IoT, and Big Data in Manufacturing Market Analysis and Forecasts 2015 – 2020 provides insights, analysis, and forecasts for 2015 to 2020 for 5G, Smart Cities, Industrial IoT (IIoT), and Big Data in Manufacturing. The research includes evaluation of companies, solutions, and assessment for the future prospects and market impact of each technology.

Target Audience:

- Manufacturing companies
- Communication service providers
- Broadband infrastructure companies
- Big Data and Analytics services companies
- Industrial Internet product and services vendors
- Governments of countries focused on Smart Cities

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Smart City Business Drivers, Technologies, Companies, And Solutions: Global Outlook And Forecasts 2015 - 2020

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Executive Summary
1.2 Target Audience
1.3 Companies In Report
2.0 Overview Of Smart City And Marketplace
2.1 What Defines A Smart City?
2.1.1 Smart City Vs. Intelligent /Connected / Digital City
2.1.2 Features Of Smart City
2.2 Smart City Vs. Smart Community
2.3 Smart City Approach
2.4 Existing City Vs. New City Trend
2.5 Smart City Components
2.6 Life-Cycle Model For Smart City Services
2.7 Smart City Market Segment
3.0 Smart City Business Model
3.1 Build Own Operate (Boo)
3.2 Build Operate Transfer (Bot)
3.3 Build Operate Manage (Bom)
3.4 Open Business Model (Obm)
4.0 Smart City Market: Swot Analysis
4.1 Market Trends
4.1.1 Services In The Age Of Digital Technologies
4.1.2 Software To Big Data
4.1.3 Smart Forecast To Enhanced Services
4.1.4 Workplace Transformation
4.2 Growth Drivers: Strength & Opportunities
4.2.1 Continual Economic Development
4.2.2 Increasing Urban Population Demands Better Infrastructure
4.2.3 Need For Energy Efficient Cities
4.2.4 New Channels For Service Delivery
4.3 Market Challenges: Weakness And Threats
5.0 Smart City Planning
5.1 Urban Development
5.2 Utilities And Smart Grids
5.3 Telecom Infrastructure
5.4 Smart Community Model
5.4.1 Smart Community Planning
5.4.2 Smart Community Governance
5.4.3 Smart Community Health
5.4.4 Smart Community Citizenship
5.4.5 Smart Community Infrastructure
5.4.6 Smart Community Resources
5.4.7 Smart Community Dwellings
5.5 Civic Gamification
6.0 Smart City Technologies, Solutions, And Impact
6.1 Machine-To-Machine (M2M)
6.2 Internet Of Things (Iot)
6.2.1 Iot And Addressing
6.2.2 Iot And Communications
6.2.3 Iot And Smart City Applications
6.2.4 Iot Challenges For Smart City
6.2.5 Iot And Use Case Scenerio
6.3 Wide Area Communications Via Cellular
6.4 Metropolitan Area Communications Via Wimax
6.5 Short-Range Communications
6.5.1 Wifi
6.5.2 Radio Frequency Identification (Rfid)
6.6 Technology Solutions And Impact
6.7 Big Data To Create Smart City
6.8 Smac Stack
7.0 Smart City Impact On Industry Verticals
7.1 Telecom Services
7.1.1 Smart City Services
7.1.2 Benefits To Telecom Operators
7.1.3 Challenges For Telecom Operators
7.2 Energy Management
7.3 Industrial Automation
7.4 Transportation
7.5 Security
7.6 Education
8.0 Smart City Vendor And Solution Analysis
8.1 Abb
8.1.1 Intelligent Technology For Smart Cities
8.1.2 City Communications Platform
8.1.3 Electricity Grids
8.1.4 Improving The Performance Of Water Plants And Networks
8.1.5 Energy Management
8.1.6 District Heating And Cooling
8.2 Accenture
8.2.1 Smart Grid
8.2.2 Smart Building Solutions
8.2.3 Intelligent Transport
8.2.4 Infrastructure Analytics
8.2.5 Intelligent City Strategy
8.3 Alcatel Lucent
8.3.1 Solutions
8.4 Cisco Systems
8.4.1 Smart Parking
8.4.2 Smart Buildings
8.4.3 Remote Expert
8.4.4 Connected Learning
8.4.5 Smart Work Spaces
8.5 Cubic
8.5.1 Nextcity
8.5.2 Next Contact
8.5.3 Nextinfo
8.6 Honeywell
8.6.1 Ecc
8.6.2 Smart Grid
8.6.3 Auto Demand Response (Auto Dr)
8.7 Ibm
8.7.1 Public Safety Solutions
8.7.2 Smarter Buildings And Urban Planning Solutions
8.7.3 Government And Agency Administration Solutions
8.7.4 Energy And Water Solutions
8.7.5 Environmental Solutions
8.7.6 Transportation Solutions
8.8 Intel
8.8.1 Intel Architecture
8.8.2 Iot And Cyber-Physical System
8.8.3 Sustainability Lens
8.9 Oracle
8.9.1 Smart Innovation
8.9.2 Smart Processes
8.9.3 Smart Infrastructure
8.10 Siemens Ag
8.10.1 Desigo
8.10.2 Smart Grid Suite
8.10.3 Siveillance
8.10.4 Railbam
8.10.5 Trainguard
8.10.6 Sitraffic
8.11 Huawei
8.11.1 Smart Government
8.11.2 Safe City Solution
8.11.3 Smart Hospital Solution
8.11.4 Smart Education Solution
8.11.5 Smart Transport Solution
8.12 Cyan Technology
9.0 Smart City Project And Regional Analysis
9.1 Europe
9.1.1 Smart City Projects
9.1.2 Spain
9.1.3 Uk
9.2 Asia Pacific (Apac)
9.2.1 Smart City Projects
9.2.2 India
9.2.3 China
9.2.4 South Korea
9.3 North America
9.3.1 Smart City Projects
9.4 Latin America
9.5 Middle East
9.5.1 United Arab Emirates
9.5.2 Saudi Arabia
9.5.3 Qatar
9.6 Africa
10.0 Smart City Market Forecasts 2015 - 2020
10.1 Global Smart City Cumulative Market 2015 - 2020
10.2 Global Smart City Market By Segment 2015 - 2020
10.2.1 Global Smart City Market Share By Segment 2015 And 2020
10.2.2 Global Smart Home Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.3 Global Smart Grid Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.4 Global Smart Building Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.5 Global Smart Industrial Automation Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.6 Global Smart Energy Management Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.7 Global Smart Governance Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.8 Global Smart Healthcare Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.9 Global Smart Education Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.10 Global Smart Water Management Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.11 Global Smart Waste Management Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.12 Global Smart Transportation Market 2015 - 2020
10.2.13 Global Smart Security Market 2015 - 2020
10.3 Regional Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.3.1 Smart City Market Share By Region During 2015 - 2020
10.3.2 Europe Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.3.3 Asia Pacific Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.3.4 North America Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.3.5 Latin America Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.3.6 Middle East & Africa Smart City Market 2015 - 2020
10.4 Urbanization And Smart City Investment Projection
10.5 Connected Object & Service Projection 2015 - 2020
10.5.1 World Population Vs. Connected Device Per Person 2003 - 2020
10.5.2 Total Connected Device Projection 2015 - 2020
10.5.3 Connected Devices By Object & Service Segments 2015 - 2020
11.0 Opportunity Analysis For Telecom Operators
11.1 Smart City As A Service
11.2 Centralized Platfrom
11.3 Smac Stack
11.4 Regulatory Framework
12.0 Smart City Case Study
12.1 Smart Liaoyuan: The First Smart City In Northeast China
12.2 Beijing Smart Government: The Lucky Cloud Project
12.3 Longyan Smart Hospital: Secure, Efficient And Green
12.4 Karamay: Building The Safest City
12.5 Smart Education For East China Normal University (Ecnu)
13.0 Conclusions And Recommendations
13.1 Recommended Strategy For Smart City
13.1.1 Consider City Ecosystem
13.1.2 Engage Citizen And Collaboration With Technology
13.1.3 Constituent Collaboration

Figures

Figure 1: Smart City Framework
Figure 2: Smart City Participants And Role In Ecosystem
Figure 3: Smart City Wheel: Components And Key Indicators
Figure 4: Smart City Services Life-Cycle Model
Figure 5: Smart City Market Segments
Figure 6: Smart City Infrastructure
Figure 7: Hetnet Network Topology
Figure 8: Wimax Point To Point Communications
Figure 9: Abb Smart City Offerings
Figure 10: Accenture Smart City Offerings
Figure 11: Huawei Smart City Solutions
Figure 12: Global Smart City Cumulative Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 13: Global Smart City Market Share Percent By Segment 2015
Figure 14: Global Smart City Market Share Percent By Segment 2020
Figure 15: Global Smart Home Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 16: Global Smart Grid Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 17: Global Smart Building Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 18: Global Smart Industrial Automation Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 19: Global Smart Energy Management Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 20: Global Smart Governance Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 21: Global Smart Healthcare Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 22: Global Smart Education Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 23: Global Smart Water Management Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 24: Global Smart Waste Management Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 25: Global Smart Transportation Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 26: Global Smart Security Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 27: Smart City Market Share Europe, Americas, Apac Mea 2015 - 2020
Figure 28: Europe Smart City Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 29: Asia Pacific Smart City Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 30: North America Smart City Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 31: Latin America Smart City Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 32: Middle East & Africa Smart City Market $ Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 33: World Population Vs. Connected Device Per Person 2003 - 2020
Figure 34: Total Connected Device Projections Billion 2015 - 2020
Figure 35: Connected Devices By Service Segments 2015 - 2020

5G Technology Assessment, Market Outlook, And Forecasts 2015 - 2030

1.0 Executive Summary
2.0 Introduction To 5G Technology
2.1 5G Technology And Functionality
2.1.1 Differences Between 5G And 4G
2.2 What 5G Technology Can Offer?
2.3 Osi Layers In 5G
2.3.1 Physical And Medium Access Control Layer
2.3.2 Network Layer
2.3.3 Open Transport Protocol (Ota) Layer
2.3.4 Application Layer
2.4 5G Motivation And Timeline
2.5 5G Spectrum Options And Utilization
2.6 Elements Of 5G
2.7 5G Challenges
2.7.1 Technology Requirements And Service Characteristics
2.7.2 Standardization
2.7.3 Network Challenges
2.7.4 Mobile Device Challenges
2.7.5 Application Challenges
2.8 Technological Requirements Of 5G
3.0 5G Enabling Technologies
3.1 Massive Mimo
3.2 Network Functions Virtualization (Nfv)
3.3 Sdn And Virtualization
3.4 Cognitive Radios (Crs) And Transmission Technologies
3.5 Self-Organizing Networks (Sons)
3.6 Communication, Navigation, Sensing And Services
3.7 Cooperative Communication Functions
3.7.1 Multi-Hop
3.7.2 Caching
3.8 Automated Network Organization 2
3.8.1 Self-Configuration
3.8.2 Automatic Neighbour Relation (Anr)
3.8.3 Self-Healing
3.8.4 Self-Organization
3.9 Advanced Traffic Management
3.10 Visible Light Communications (Vlcs) 30
3.11 Energy Efficiency
3.12 Millimeter Wave (Mmwave)
3.13 Massive M2M Communications
3.14 C-Ran Architecture
3.15 Hetnet Solution
3.16 H-Cran Solution
3.17 Large-Scale Cooperative Spatial Signal Processing (Ls-Cssp)
3.18 Sdr
3.19 Spectrum And Satellite
3.20 Drones, Robots, And High-Altitude Balloons
3.21 Next Gen Technology
3.21.1 Cross Layer Controller
3.21.2 Energy Aware
3.21.3 Security
4.0 5G Regulatory Contributor
4.1 5G Roadmap
4.1.1 5G Requirements 2015 - 2020
4.1.2 5G Wireless Subsystem 2015 - 2020
4.1.3 Network Virtualisation & Software Networks 2015 - 2020
4.1.4 Converged Connectivity
4.2 Gsma
4.3 Ofcom Uk
4.4 Metis
4.5 5G Ppp
4.6 Ngmn
4.7 4G Americas
5.0 5G Service Applications In M2M And Iot Environment
5.1 5G Business Case
5.1.1 Sharing Spectrum And Service Spectrum
5.2 Potential 5G Application Use Cases
5.2.1 Virtual Reality Or Tactile Internet
5.2.2 Autonomous Driving And Connected Cars
5.2.3 Wireless Cloud-Based Office And Multi-Person Videoconferencing
5.2.4 M2M Connectivity
5.2.5 50+ Mbps Everywhere
5.2.6 High Speed Train
5.2.7 Remote Computing
5.2.8 Non-Stationary Hot Spots
5.2.9 3D Connectivity: Aircraft
5.2.10 Smart Clothing
5.2.11 Sensor Networks
5.2.12 Natural Disaster
5.2.13 Control Network For Robots
5.2.14 Ehealth
5.2.15 3D Connectivity: Drones
5.2.16 Public Safety
5.2.17 Context Aware Service
5.3 Brand New Services Capability
6.0 5G Ecosystem
6.1 5G Requirement
6.1.1 User Driven Requirement
6.1.2 Network Driven Requirement
6.2 Stakeholder Analysis
6.3 Stakeholder Expectation: Kpi’S Of 5G Technology
6.3.1 Performance Challenges
6.3.2 System Level Challenges
6.4 5G Channel Model
6.5 Apis And Slas To External Actors
6.6 Key Drivers
6.7 Disruptive Capabilities
6.8 Design Principles
6.9 5G Business Model
6.10 5G Value Proposition
7.0 5G Standardization And Research
7.1 Major Event
7.2 Research, Development And Innovation
7.3 Standardization Activities
7.4 Itu Radio Communication Sector (Itu-R)
7.5 3Gpp
7.5.1 Imt 2020
7.5.2 Ran Study
7.6 Gsma
7.7 Ngmn Alliance
7.8 Tia
7.9 European Commission (Ec)
7.9.1 Metis
7.9.2 5G Ppp
7.9.3 5G Ppp Projects
7.9.4 5Gnow
7.10 National Governments In Eastern Asia
7.10.1 China Imt-2020
7.10.2 Japan Arib 20B Ah
7.10.3 Korea 5G Forum
7.10.4 China’S 863-5G Project
7.11 Mobile Operator And Vendors
7.11.1 Sk Telecom And Ericsson
7.11.2 Huawei And Samsung
7.11.3 Ntt Docomo And Multiple Vendors
7.11.4 Turkcell And Ericsson
7.11.5 5G Norma (Nokia And Sk Telecom)
7.11.6 Huawei And Ericsson
7.12 Fantastic-5G
7.13 5Gic
7.14 Nyu Wireless
8.0 5G Vendors And Company Analysis
8.1 Ericsson
8.1.1 5G Collaboration And Commitment
8.1.2 5G Strategy And Use Cases
8.1.3 5G Trial Commitment
8.2 Alcatel-Lucent
8.2.1 5G Research And Contributions
8.2.2 5G Strategy
8.2.3 5G Solutions
8.3 Fujitsu
8.3.1 5G Strategy And Solutions
8.3.2 5G Contribution
8.3.3 5G Trial Commitment
8.4 Huawei
8.4.1 5G Vision
8.4.2 5G Strategy
8.4.3 5G Collaboration And Contribution
8.5 Intel
8.5.1 5G Strategy
8.5.2 5G Collaboration And Contribution
8.6 Nec
8.6.1 5G Strategy
8.6.2 5G Contribution
8.6.3 5G Trial Commitment
8.7 Samsung
8.7.1 5G Strategy And Vision
8.7.2 5G Contribution
8.7.3 5G Collaboration
8.7.4 5G Trial Commitment
8.8 Zte
8.8.1 5G Strategy
8.8.2 5G Contribution
8.8.3 5G Trial Commitment
8.9 Qualcomm
8.9.1 5G Strategy
8.9.2 5G Contribution
8.10 Nokia Networks
8.10.1 5G Vision
8.10.2 5G Strategy
8.10.3 5G Contribution And Collaboration
8.10.4 5G Trial Commitment
8.11 China Mobile
8.11.1 5G Contribution
8.12 Deutsche Telekom
8.12.1 5G Contribution
8.13 Ntt Docomo
8.13.1 5G Contribution
8.14 Sk Telecom
8.14.1 5G Contribution
8.15 Broadcom
8.15.1 5G Contribution
8.16 Lg U+
8.17 Singtel
9.0 5G Investment And Subscription Forecast
9.1 Global 5G R&D And Trial Investments 2015 - 2030
9.1.1 5G Investment By Category 2015 - 2020 Vs. 2020 - 2030
9.2 Lte Advance And 5G Subscription 2020 - 2030
9.3 5G Only Subscription 2022 - 2030
9.3.1 5G Only Subscriptions By Regions 2022 - 2030
9.4 Mobile Operators' 5G Expectation 2015
9.4.1 Network Level Expectation
9.4.2 Spectrum Usage Expectation
9.4.3 Service Level Expectation
9.4.4 5G Development By Regions
9.4.5 5G Commercial Launching
9.5 Data Traffic, Video, And Download Speed Projection 2020 - 2030
9.6 5G Investment Case Analysis
9.6.1 European Commission
9.6.2 Huawei
9.6.3 South Korea
9.6.4 Zte
9.6.5 Horizon 2020
9.7 Quantum Technology And 6G Investment Analysis
10.0 5G Implication For Telecom Industry
10.1 Spectrum And Coverage Implications
10.2 One Millisecond Latency
10.3 Business Opportunities
11.0 Conclusions And Recommendations
11.1 End-To-End Ecosystem
11.2 5G Considerations
11.2.1 5G Arrival Depends On Specifications And Adoption
11.2.2 New Ran Will Improve Mobile Networks
11.2.3 Immediate Technological Developments
11.2.4 Lte May Slow Down 5G Growth
11.2.5 Use Of Governmental Interest And Resources
11.2.6 More Sustainable Operator Investment Model In Terms Of Capacity
11.3 5G Value Creation
11.3.1 For Consumers
11.3.2 For Enterprises
11.3.3 For Verticals
11.3.4 For 3Rd Party Partners
11.4 Recommendation For Value Chain Partners
11.4.1 Disruptive Network Architecture
11.4.2 Access
11.4.3 System Level Principles
11.4.4 Right Business Model
11.4.5 Stakeholder Community
11.4.6 Policy And Standardization Framework

Figures

Figure 1: Core Differences Between 5G And 4G
Figure 2: Sample Specifications For 5G
Figure 3: Conceptual 5G Mobile Device
Figure 4: Mobile Terminal Network Layer In 5G Networks
Figure 5: 5G Timeline 2008 - 2021
Figure 6: 5G Challenges: Mobile Soc Performance Vs. Energy Efficiency
Figure 7: 5G Technological Components
Figure 8: Massive Mimo Concept
Figure 9: Nfv In H-Ran Solution
Figure 10: Sdn Architecture
Figure 11: Sdn Supporting Layers
Figure 12 Self-Organizing Networks (Sons) In H-Ran
Figure 13: H-Ran Application Of 5G Systems
Figure 14: Centralized And Distribution Ls-Cssp In H-Crans
Figure 15: Software Defined Radio Network
Figure 16: Hybrid Architecture Of Sdn & Sdr In 5G Network
Figure 17: Role Of Satellite In 5G Communication System
Figure 18: Metis Regulatory Consortium
Figure 19: Metis Regulatory Framework
Figure 20: 5G Service Application Areas
Figure 21: Potential 5G Service Chart And Bandwidth & Latency Requirement
Figure 22: New Service Capabilities In 5G Environment
Figure 23: 5G Disruptive Capabilities
Figure 24: Performance Indicators Of Disruptive Capabilities In 5G Network
Figure 25: 5G Network Design Architecture And Service Division
Figure 26: 5G Business Models
Figure 27: Key 5G Initiatives And Development Timeline 2012 - 2020
Figure 28: 5G Exploration To Development Phases 2014 - 2020
Figure 29: 5G Standardization Roadmap 2014 - 2024
Figure 30: 3Gpp 5G Timeline
Figure 31: Metis Hts Structure
Figure 32: Metis Wps Structure
Figure 33: National 863 5G Project Phases 2013 - 2015
Figure 34: 863 5G Project Promotional Framework
Figure 35: Ericsson 5G Collaboration And Work 2013 - 2021
Figure 36: Ericsson 5G Strategy Chart
Figure 37: Ericsson 5G Vision For Broadband
Figure 38: Ericsson 5G Vision For Smart Transport And Infrastructure
Figure 39: Ericsson 5G Vision For Media
Figure 40: Ericsson 5G Vision For Remote Devices
Figure 41: Ericsson 5G Vision For Iot
Figure 42: Alcatel-Lucent 5G Timeline
Figure 43: Alcatel-Lucent 5G Programmable Networking Framework
Figure 44: Alcatel-Lucent 5G Solutions
Figure 45: Fujitsu 5G Network Configurations And Wlan
Figure 46: Huawei 5G Service And Scenario Vision
Figure 47: Huawei 5G All-Spectrum Access Ran
Figure 48: Intel 5G Vision
Figure 49: Nec 5G Vision
Figure 50: Nec’S Virtualization Of Cell Concept
Figure 51: Architecture Of Massive-Element Antenna
Figure 52: Samsung’S 5G Service Vision
Figure 53: Samsung Rainbow Requirements
Figure 54: Samsung’S Fd-Mimo Concept
Figure 55: Samsung’S Reconfigurable 5G Phased-Array Antenna
Figure 56: Samsung’S 5G Timeline
Figure 57: Samsung's 5G Trial Drive 2014
Figure 58: Zte’S Three Dimensional 5G Vision
Figure 59: Qualcomm 5G Scalability Chart
Figure 60: Qualcomm 5G Connectivity Design
Figure 61: Qualcomm Unified Platform Dimensions
Figure 62: Qualcomm 5G Timeline 2015 - 2022
Figure 63: Qualcomm 5G Business Model
Figure 64: Qualcomm Model To Leverage 4G Investment
Figure 65: Nokia 5G Vision And Requirements
Figure 66: Nokia 5G Network Design Of Functional Requirement
Figure 67: Ntt Docomo 5G Experimental Trial
Figure 68: Global 5G Investment (R&D And Trial) In $Billion 2015 - 2030
Figure 69: 5G Investments (Large Scale, Lab R&D, Test Bed) 2015/2020/2030
Figure 70: Global Lte Advance And 5G Subscription In Billion 2020 - 2030
Figure 71: Global 5G Only Subscription In Billion 2022 - 2030
Figure 72: Latency Comparison Between Lte And 5G
Figure 73: End To End 5G Ecosystem
Figure 74: Total Global Mobile Operator 4G Capex Forecast 2009 - 2020
Figure 75: 5G Value Creation Capabilities

Tables

Table 1: Osl Layers By Category
Table 2: 5G Spectrum Band Options, Merits And Licenses
Table 3: Mtc Features In 3Gpp Standard
Table 4: Roadmap For 5G Requirements 2015 - 2020
Table 5 Roadmap For 5G Wireless Subsystem 2015 - 2020
Table 6: Roadmap For Virtualization And Software Networks 2015 - 2020
Table 7: Roadmap For Converged Connectivity 2015 - 2020
Table 8: 5G Ppp 19 Projects
Table 9: 5G Only Subscription Apac Vs. Na Vs. Europe Vs. Others 2022 - 2030
Table 10: Mobile Operators’ 5G Expectations
Table 11: Mobile Operators’ Expectations Of 5G Spectrum
Table 12: Mobile Operators’ Expectation Of 5G Service Levels
Table 13: Mobile Operators’ Expectations Of 5G Deployment By Region
Table 14 Mobile Operators’ 5G Commercial Launch Expectations

Industrial Internet Of Things (Iiot): Key Trends, Opportunities And Market Forecasts 2015 - 2020

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope Of The Study
1.2 Intended Audience
1.3 Companies Covered In Report
2 Executive Summary
3 Industrial Internet Of Things (Iiot)
3.1 Iiot: The Fourth Industry Revolution
3.1.1 Iiot Is A Change Agent In Transforming Ordinary Factory To Smart Factory
3.1.2 Connected Factory
3.1.3 Industry (Industrie) 4.0 - Smart Factory
3.2 Main Objective Of Iiot Is An Integration Of Connected Things
3.3 Opportunity To Develop Agile And Flexible Production Processes
3.4 Iiot Market Overview 2014 - 2015
3.4.1 Ge, Cisco, Intel, At&T And Ibm Founded Industrial Internet Consortium (Iic)
3.4.2 Cisco Hosted The Second Annual Internet Of Things World Forum (Iotwf)
3.4.3 Iic Launched Test-Beds
3.4.4 Iic To On Broad Reference Architecture For Iot Soon In 2015
3.5 Iiot Will Enhance, Integrate And Scale Existing Corporate It Systems
3.6 Iiot Will Leverage Potential Of Existing Infrastructure Based On Extracted Data
4 Key Iiot Solutions
4.1 At&T Inc.
4.1.1 At&T Machine To Machine Solutions
4.1.2 At&T M2X
4.2 Bosch
4.2.1 Bosch Connected Devices And Solutions Gmbh (Bcds)
4.2.2 Bosch Software Innovations: Bosch Iot Suite
4.3 Cisco System Inc.
4.3.1 Cisco Industrial Networks
4.3.2 Cisco Embedded Networks
4.3.3 Management And Application Enablement
4.3.4 Physical And Cyber Security
4.3.5 Cisco Iiot Solutions
4.4 Echelon Corporation
4.4.1 Echelon’S Izot Platform
4.5 Ge Software
4.5.1 Ge Predicitvity Solution
4.5.2 Ge Predix Platform
4.6 Object Management Group (Omg)
4.6.1 Data Distribution Service (Dds)
4.6.2 Dependability Assurance Framework For Safety-Sensitive Consumer Devices
4.6.3 Threat Modelling
4.6.4 Structured Assurance Case Meta-Model (Sacm)
4.6.5 Unified Component Model For Distributed, Real-Time And Embedded Systems (Ucm)
4.6.6 Automated Source Code Cwe-Sans Top 25-Based Security Measure
4.6.7 Oil And Gas Risk Management
4.7 Real Time Innovation (Rti)
4.7.1 Rti Connext Dds
4.7.2 Rti Industrial Iot Fasttrax Program
5 Iiot: Global Market Analysis And Forecasts 2015 - 2020
5.1 Iiot Is Different From Consumer Iot
5.1.1 Brownfield Vs. Greenfield Deployment
5.2 Iiot Has To Work In Consortium To Achieve Success
5.3 Global Iiot Markets 2015 - 2020
5.4 Iiot Global Markets By Industry Segment 2015 - 2020
5.5 Iiot Markets By Region 2015 - 2020
5.6 Global Markets By Deployment Vertical 2015 - 2020
6 Company Profiles
6.1 Abb Ltd.
6.2 Adaptiv.Io
6.3 At&T
6.4 Bayshore Networks
6.5 Bedrock Automation
6.6 Blackberry
6.6.1 Blackberry Corporation - U.S.
6.6.2 Blackberry - Europe
6.7 Bosch Connected Devices And Solutions Gmbh (Bcds)
6.7.1 Head Office- Germany
6.7.2 Robert Bosch Engineering And Business Solutions Limited- India
6.7.3 Bosch Automotive Products (Suzhou) Co. Ltd. - China
6.8 Bosch Software Innovations Corp. - U.S.
6.8.1 Bosch Software Innovations Gmbh- Europe
6.8.2 Bosch Software Innovations- Asia Pacific
6.9 Cisco Systems Inc.
6.10 Ei3 Corporation
6.11 Elecsys Corporation
6.12 Ge Software
6.12.1 Ge Global Research
6.12.2 Ge India Technology Centre Pvt. Ltd.
6.13 Jasper Technologies Inc.
6.14 Nec Corporation
6.15 Object Management Group (Omg)
6.16 Onem2M Partners
6.17 Real-Time Innovations (Rti)
6.17.1 Real-Time Innovations Eu Office
6.18 Tech Mahindra Ltd.
6.19 Telstra
6.19.1 China Office
6.19.2 U.S. Office
6.20 Unisys Corporation

Figures

Figure 1: Seven Layer Iot (Iotwf) Framework
Figure 2: Bosch Iot Suite
Figure 3: Anatomy Of The Izot Platform
Figure 4: Global Iiot Market 2015 - 2020
Figure 5: Iiot Global Markets By Industry Segment
Figure 6: Iiot Regional Markets 2015 - 2020
Figure 7: Iiot Global Markets By Deployment Vertical 2015 - 2020

Tables

Table 1: Global Iiot Market 2015 - 2020
Table 2: Iiot Global Markets For Industry Segment 2015 - 2020
Table 3: Iiot Regional Markets 2015 - 2020
Table 4: Iiot Global Markets By Deployment Vertical 2015 - 2020

Big Data In Manufacturing: Key Trends, Opportunities And Market Forecasts 2015 - 2020

1 Introduction
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Target Audience
1.4 Companies Mentioned In This Report
2 Summary
3 Overview
3.1 Role Of Big Data In Modern Manufacturing
3.2 Big Data And Analytics Framework For Manufacturing
3.2.1 Big Data Infrastructure
3.2.2 Big Data Management
3.2.3 Big Data Integration
3.2.4 Big Data Analysis
3.3 Market Potential For Big Data In Manufacturing Will Increase Through 2020
4 Big Data Solutions In Manufacturing
4.1 Hardware Infrastructure
4.1.1 Servers / Data Computing Appliance
4.1.2 Sensors And Actuators
4.2 Software And Platforms
4.2.1 Big Data Integration Platform
4.2.2 Connectors For Hadoop
4.2.3 Big Data Analytics Platforms And Tools
4.3 Big Data Security Software
4.4 Managed Services For Big Data
5 Global Markets And Forecasts 2015 - 2020
5.1 Industrial Internet Of Things To Increase Scope For Big Data In Manufacturing
5.2 Connected Factory
5.3 Scope For Big Data In Iiot For Manufacturing
5.4 Manufacturing Sector To Generate 11.3 Zettabytes Of Data By 2020
5.5 Big Data Market In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
5.5.1 Big Data In Manufacturing By Region 2015 - 2020
5.5.2 Big Data In Manufacturing By Products/Service Offering 2015 - 2020
6 Company Profiles
6.1 1010Data Inc.
6.2 3Sixty Analytics
6.3 Actian Corporation
6.4 Amazon Web Services
6.5 Bosch Software Innovations Gmbh
6.6 Cisco
6.7 Cloudera Inc.
6.8 Cloudwick Inc.
6.9 Computer Sciences Corp. (Csc)
6.10 Cray Inc.
6.11 Dell Software
6.12 Emc Corporation
6.13 Hp
6.14 Hortonworks Inc.
6.15 Mongodb
6.16 Oracle Corporation
6.17 Pivotal Software Inc
6.18 Pssc Labs
6.19 Silicon Graphics International Corp. (Sgi)
6.20 Teradata Corporation
6.21 Tibco Jaspersoft

Figures

Figure 1: Markets For Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Figure 2: Big Data And Analytics Framework For Manufacturing
Figure 3: Iiot Deployment In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Figure 4: Data Generation In Manufacturing 2013 - 2020
Figure 5: Total Big Data Market Vs. Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Figure 6: Regional Markets For Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Figure 7: Big Data In Manufacturing By Products / Services 2015 - 2020

Tables

Table 1: Market For Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Table 2: Key Trends In Big Data In Manufacturing
Table 3: Tips For Manufacturers On Big Data Investments
Table 4: Servers And Data Computing Appliances Offered By Various Companies
Table 5: Data Integration Solutions Offered By Various Companies
Table 6: Data Connectors Offered By Various Companies
Table 7: Analytics Platform Offered By Various Companies
Table 8: Big Data Security Software Offered By Various Companies
Table 9: Big Data Managed Services Offered By Various Companies
Table 10: Iiot Deployment In Manufacturing
Table 11: Data Generation In Manufacturing 2013 - 2020
Table 12: Global Markets For Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Table 13: Regional Markets For Big Data In Manufacturing 2015 - 2020
Table 14: Big Data In Manufacturing By Products / Services 2015 - 2020

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- Deutsche Telekom
- Ei3 Corporation
- Elecsys Corporation
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