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5G IoT - Market Opportunities in the Vertical Industries

  • ID: 4667496
  • Report
  • November 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 107 Pages


  • 3GPP
  • Bosch
  • E-On
  • Honeywell Security
  • Neul-Huawei
  • Taleris
  • MORE

This study presents an analysis of the perspective of 5G IoT solutions, describing first the current state of technological development of 5G IoT solutions and its expected roadmap.

It then focuses on the perspectives of 5G IoT in selected verticals: automotive, health, energy, transport (both passenger and logistics), public safety and manufacturing.

In examining the 5G IoT use cases, their requirements, the current state of the connectivity value chain and potential evolutions, it provides a comprehensive vision of the potential for adoption of the different industries.

The study concludes with an analysis of the potential impacts of 5G IoT on business models and ecosystems and with a qualitative and quantitative market forecast for 5G IoT solutions.

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  • 3GPP
  • Bosch
  • E-On
  • Honeywell Security
  • Neul-Huawei
  • Taleris
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1. Executive summary
1.1. Key findings
1.2. Recommendations

2. Methodology & definitions

3. 5G IoT technologies
3.1. 5G concepts and technologies
3.1.1. Key concepts of 5G
3.1.2. Key technologies of 5G
3.2. 5G for the IoT market
3.2.1. The road to 5G: LTE-Advanced
3.2.2. The 5G offering
3.3. Potentially competing technologies
3.3.1. Direct connectivity
3.3.2. Indirect connectivity
3.4. Roadmap and timing
3.4.1. 5G global timelines
3.4.2. MNOs are focused on eMBB consumer market in short term
3.4.3. Roadmap of the availability of 5G IoT

4. 5G IoT in the automotive sector
4.1. The main expected use cases of 5G in automotive
4.1.1. A shared interest between 5G and automotive ecosystems
4.1.2. The cV2X concept of cellular vehicle-to-everything
4.1.3. Main expected use cases with 5G
4.2. Technology requirements
4.2.1. Main communication requirements
4.2.2. Specific application requirements
4.3. Value chain and positioning of vertical players
4.3.1. The automotive IoT value chain
4.3.2. Tethered vs embedded approaches
4.3.3. A common initiative for the adoption of 5G: the 5GAA
4.4. The prospects of 5G in the IoT adoption in automotive
4.4.1. Drivers
4.4.2. Barriers
4.4.3. Prospects of adoption of 5G in the automotive sector

5. 5G IoT in the healthcare sector
5.1. Main expected use cases of 5G in healthcare
5.2. Technology requirements
5.3. The value chain and positioning of vertical players
5.4. The prospects of 5G in the adoption of IoT in healthcare
5.4.1. Drivers
5.4.2. Barriers
5.4.3. The prospects of 5G adoption in the healthcare sector

6. 5G IoT in the energy sector
6.1. Main expected 5G use cases
6.1.1. Context: the development of smart grids
6.1.2. Utilities use cases
6.2. Technology requirements
6.2.1. Communication performance requirements
6.2.2. Additional requirements
6.3. Value chain and positioning of vertical players
6.4. The prospects of 5G in the adoption of IoT in energy/ utilities
6.4.1. Drivers
6.4.2. Barriers
6.4.3. The prospects of 5G adoption in the energy sector

7. 5G IoT in the transport sector
7.1. Main expected 5G use cases
7.1.1. Context: a growing transport sector
7.1.2. Main use cases
7.2. Technology requirements
7.2.1. Air transport
7.2.2. Railways
7.2.3. Maritime
7.2.4. Key requirements by type of use cases
7.3. Value chain and positioning of vertical players
7.3.1. The passenger transport value chain
7.3.2. The logistics value chain
7.3.3. Position of transport players in 5G
7.4. The prospects of 5G in the adoption of IoT in transport
7.4.1. Drivers
7.4.2. Barriers
7.4.3. The prospects of adoption in the transport sector

8. 5G IoT in the public safety sector
8.1. Main expected 5G use cases
8.2. Technology requirements
8.3. Value chain and positioning of vertical players
8.4. Prospects of 5G in the adoption of IoT in public safety
8.4.1. Drivers
8.4.2. Barriers
8.4.3. The prospects of adoption in public safety

9. 5G IoT in the manufacturing sector
9.1. Main expected 5G use cases
9.1.1. Context: towards the Industrial Internet
9.1.2. Main use cases
9.2. Technology requirements
9.2.1. Connectivity requirements
9.3. Value chain and positioning of vertical players
9.3.1. The Industrial IoT value chain
9.3.2. Main potential adopters
9.3.3. The role of telcos and platform providers
9.4. The prospects of 5G in IoT adoption in manufacturing
9.4.1. Drivers
9.4.2. Barriers
9.4.3. The prospects of adoption in the manufacturing sector

10. Market analysis and forecasts
10.1. Expected impacts of 5G IoT on verticals
10.1.1. Evolution in communication value chains
10.1.2. More vertical-specific connectivity offerings
10.1.3. New business models
10.2. Overview of vertical adoption
10.2.1. Overview of vertical IoT use cases
10.2.2. Impact of costs, business models and connectivity models
10.2.3. Analysis of vertical 5G adoption
10.3. Market sizing and forecasts

List of tables and figures

Table 1: Critical IoT requirements addressed by LTE-Advanced features
Table 2: Characteristics of LTE-M and NB-IoT
Table 3: IoT requirements addressed by 5G features
Table 4: Mobile (pre-5G) technology specifications
Table 5: Sample ISM bands
Table 6: ISM bands analysis (for European region)
Table 7: Features of main short-range technologies
Table 8: MNO strategies for 5G monetisation
Table 9: Features paving the way for 5G IoT
Table 10: Main requirements of automotive use cases
Table 11: Expected capabilities of autonomous vehicles, by connectivity
Table 12: Communication performance of energy networks
Table 13: Performance requirements of transport communication
Table 14: Logistics communication requirements
Table 15: Communication requirements in public safety scenarios
Table 16: Industrial Internet connectivity requirements
Table 17: Industrial motion control system requirements for communication performance
Table 18: Vertical IoT use case, by type of 5G communication
Table 19: Perspectives of factors of cost, business model and connectivity provider, by vertical

Figure 1: Evolution of 5G connectivity revenues, by 5G application, 2020-2030, world
Figure 2: The three 5G use scenarios
Figure 3: Applications enabled and improved by 5G
Figure 4: 5G widespread technology enablers
Figure 5: Different uses of massive MIMO, by frequency bands
Figure 6: Landscape of IoT/M2M networking technologies
Figure 7: Global timelines for 5G deployment
Figure 8: 5G deployment in the USA
Figure 9: The V2X vision
Figure 10: The concept of cellular vehicle-to-everything (cV2X)
Figure 11: Remote control of a self-driving car
Figure 12: Value chain of the automotive market
Figure 13: Members of the 5GAA
Figure 14: Connected-car safety issues
Figure 15: Public concern about self-driving vehicles is higher than enthusiasm
Figure 16: Scenario of robotic-assisted surgery
Figure 17: E-health value chain
Figure 18: The concept of the smart grid
Figure 19: Utility data collection trend
Figure 20: Overview of energy communication networks across power networks
Figure 21: Utilities value chain
Figure 22: Smart grid investment forecast 2013 – 2020
Figure 23: Expectations of energy and utility players on 5G
Figure 24: Most anticipated 5G use cases in energy and utility market
Figure 25: Itron: 5G seen as another disruption of an already fast-changing energy market
Figure 26: Projected growth in rail transport, 2012-2024
Figure 27: Features of a fleet tracking solution
Figure 28: Reliance of on-board connectivity on ground stations and satellite
Figure 29: Rail Internet connectivity set-up
Figure 30: Example of train radio access dimensioning (urban rail requirements)
Figure 31: Value chain of the logistics industry
Figure 32: Multimedia public warning system – one of key use cases identified in 5G-Xcast project
Figure 33: Value chain of public safety sector
Figure 34: Cisco Connected Safety and Security portfolio
Figure 35: EU manufacturing sector, activity breakdown and share in the EU economy
Figure 36: Industrial Internet value chain
Figure 37: Key differentiations in positioning of carriers in the Industrial Internet market
Figure 38: Annual investments in Industry 40 sokutions through until 2020
Figure 39: New business model opportunities
Figure 40: Value chain of the wireless communication industry
Figure 41: Opportunities of evolution of the value chain
Figure 42: New connectivity business models enabled by 5G
Figure 43: Prospects of adoption of 5G IoT vertical use cases
Figure 44: Breakdown of 5G adoption patterns, by vertical, 2020-2030, world
Figure 45: Breakdown of 5G adoption patterns, by vertical (excluding automotive), 2020-2030, world
Figure 46: Breakdown of 5G adoption patterns, by 5G application, 2020-2030, world
Figure 47: Evolution of 5G connectivity revenues, by 5G application, 2020-2030, world

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  • 3GPP
  • 5G Automotive Association
  • 5G PPP
  • 5G-Xcast
  • ABB
  • Accenture
  • ADT
  • Airbus
  • Alstom
  • ALU
  • Android
  • Apple
  • AT&T
  • Audi
  • AXA
  • Birdz
  • BMW Group
  • Boeing
  • Bombardier
  • Bosch
  • Canadian National
  • China Railway Rolling Stock Group
  • Cisco
  • Cloud der Dinge platform
  • Connected Industry Platform (CIP)
  • Costa
  • CSIC
  • Daimler
  • DB Schenker
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • DHL
  • DP World
  • DSME
  • DT
  • E-On
  • EATA
  • EDF
  • Enel
  • Engie
  • Ericsson
  • Eurolines
  • European Automotive Telecom Alliance
  • Factories of the Future
  • FedEx
  • Ffly4u
  • GE
  • GE Aviation
  • Generali
  • Geodis
  • GM
  • Gogo
  • Google
  • Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium
  • Groupe Pasteur Mutualité
  • GSMA
  • Harmonie Mutuelle
  • Hitachi
  • HomeSeer
  • Honeywell Life Care Solutions
  • Honeywell Security
  • Huawei Technologies
  • Hyundai Heavy Industry
  • IBM
  • iHealth
  • Industrial Internet Consortium
  • Industry 4.0
  • Inmarsat
  • Intel Corporation
  • Isuzu
  • Itron
  • Jeep
  • KDDI
  • KT
  • Made in China 2025
  • Maersk
  • Metronic
  • MSC
  • nCentric Nova
  • Neul-Huawei
  • Nippon Express
  • Nokia
  • NTT Docomo
  • Oracle
  • Orange
  • Pew Research Center
  • Philips
  • PTC
  • Public Safety Communication Europe
  • Qualcomm
  • Rolls Royce
  • Sagemcom
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Schneider Electric
  • Seamless Air Alliance
  • Sensus
  • Siemens
  • Sierra Wireless
  • Sigfox
  • Taleris
  • Tallin & Silija
  • Tallink
  • Telefónica
  • Telia
  • Telmex
  • Tesla
  • Thales
  • TNT
  • Tobu Railway Company
  • Tokyo Skytree Town
  • Tunstall
  • US Department of Energy
  • Utility Connect
  • Valeo
  • Van Oord
  • Verisure
  • Verizon
  • ViaSat
  • Visiomed
  • Vitality Group
  • Vodafone
  • Volvo
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