Smart Cities in Asia-Pacific: Smart City Initiatives Gain Momentum as Connectivity Improves and ICT Technologies Evolve

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  • 46 pages
  • GlobalData
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Smart Cities in Asia-Pacific: Smart City Initiatives Gain Momentum as Connectivity Improves and ICT Technologies Evolve

Summary

"Smart Cities in Asia-Pacific: Smart City Initiatives Gain Momentum as Connectivity Improves and ICT Technologies Evolve", a new Telecom Insider Report which provides an executive-level overview of the smart city market in Asia-Pacific. It delivers deep qualitative insight into the smart city market, analyzing key trends and smart city projects being implemented in the region, and the main smart city value chain and ecosystem dynamics in the region.

Rapid urbanization and inadequate resources in the Asia-Pacific region have been putting pressure on city's services which have struggled to keep up. This has created the need to become more organized to ensure sustainability. Smart city solutions offers economic growth opportunity that connectivity, efficiency and innovation entails. Availability of technology enabling new solutions have also been supporting creation of smart cities in Asia-Pacific.

It provides in-depth analysis of the following:
  • Smart cities in the global context; a look at smart city context worldwide and analysis of the smart city value-chain and the role of telcos;
  • Situation of smart cities in Asia-Pacific; an overview on the main city challenges in Asia-Pacific and how this is driving smart city investments, and also an analysis of the telcos' role within Asia-Pacific smart cities' projects;
  • Smart city case studies; this section details the business model and strategy of smart city projects from Asia-Pacific's five biggest economies;
  • Key findings and recommendations; the Insider concludes with a number of key findings and a set of recommendations for smart city stakeholders, including telecom service providers.
Scope
  • The rapid evolution of big data, IoT and access technology is opening the door to create many services. The widespread use of sensors across a city is becoming increasingly affordable and easy to implement, supporting faster smart city development
  • Telcos in the regions have been investing in high-bandwidth technologies such as fiber-optic and 4G which will help connect public services with internet. The government has also been focusing on improving ICT connectivity through several initiatives such as “Digital India” in India and “Internet Plus” in China among others.
  • Emerging countries in Asia-Pacific are focusing on providing basic public services in order to enhance quality of life. Moreover, high pollution levels of cities in the region have captured attention of the government and smart city initiatives have special focus on smart grids that will integrate renewable energy.
Reasons to buy
  • This Insider Report provides a comprehensive examination of the value chain and business models in the smart cities market in Asia-Pacific to help executives fully understand market dynamics, determine what works and what doesn’t, formulate effective product development plans and optimize resource allocation and return on investments.
  • Five case studies illustrate the findings of the report, providing insight into particular situations in the smart cities market; this will help the reader understand both the challenges confronted in the real world and the strategies employed to overcome those challenges.
  • The report discusses concrete opportunities in the smart cities market, providing a number of actionable recommendations for smart city market participants, including telecom service providers.
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Executive Summary
Section 1: Introduction and global context of smart cities
Section 1: Defining a smart city
Section 1: Elements of a smart city
Section 1: Demographic pressures create smart city urgency
Section 1: Smart city projects grow in variety around the globe
Section 1: Widespread use of technology is a smart city enabler
Section 1: Access technology developments are also a vital enabler
Section 1: Smart city value-chain and the role of telcos
Section 2: Smart city situation in Asia-Pacific
Section 2: The soaring growth of Asia-Pacific urban centers
Section 2: Challenges specific to Asia-Pacific urban centers
Section 2: Connectivity projects as a smart city’s foundation
Section 2: Mobility and transportation solutions are aimed at reducing congestion
Section 2: Smart tech to enhance safety and security
Section 2: Smart solutions to enhance efficiency of public services
Section 2: Focus increases on smart grid and smart meters to attain sustainability
Section 2: Stakeholders in Asia-Pacific smart cities
Section 2: Telcos’ role within Asia-Pacific smart cities
Section 2: Investment in smart cities is growing in Asia-Pacific
Section 3: Smart city case studies from Asia-Pacific’s five major economies
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in India
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Visakhapatnam city
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in China
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Hangzhou city
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Singapore
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Singapore
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Japan
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Tokyo city
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Indonesia
Section 3: Case study: Smart city developments in Jakarta city
Key Findings and Recommendations
Appendix
Acronyms and definitions
Companies mentioned
About the authors
Contact information

List of Figures
Exhibit 1: Smart city definition
Exhibit 2: The four elements of smart city projects
Exhibit 3: Evolution of total and urban population globally
Exhibit 4: Evolution of number and population of megacities
Exhibit 5: Smart city types by main medium-term project drivers
Exhibit 6: Examples of IoT based smart city solutions
Exhibit 7: Access technology for IoT based on throughput vs. range
Exhibit 8: Smart city technological value-chain
Exhibit 9: Total and urban population in Asia-Pacific
Exhibit 10: Evolution of cities in Asia-Pacific by population size
Exhibit 11: Specific challenges of Asia-Pacific cities classified by smart city element
Exhibit 12: ICT connectivity plans in select Asia-Pacific economies
Exhibit 13: Singapore’s electronic road pricing (ERP) systems
Exhibit 14: Japan’s emergency warning system
Exhibit 15: Japan’s e-tax page
Exhibit 16: GridAKL’s area of focus for technology solutions
Exhibit 17: Different stakeholders in Asia-Pacific smart city projects divided by role
Exhibit 18: Different involvement levels of telecom service providers within smart city projects
Exhibit 19: Examples of ongoing smart city projects, investments, and stakeholders
Exhibit 20: Country Profile - India
Exhibit 21: Select smart city projects in Visakhapatnam city
Exhibit 22: Country Profile - China
Exhibit 23: Select smart city projects in Hangzhou city
Exhibit 24: Country Profile - Singapore
Exhibit 25: Select smart city projects in Singapore
Exhibit 26: Country Profile - Japan
Exhibit 27: Select smart city projects in Tokyo city
Exhibit 28: Country Profile - Indonesia
Exhibit 29: Select smart city projects in Jakarta city
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