Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Market Outlook, Key Technologies, Applications, and Forecasts 2016 - 2021




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Overview:

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is poised to significantly improve reliability, production, and customer satisfaction. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, IIoT will rely upon as well as integrate with certain key technologies including 5G and various forms of robotics.

5G will be a facilitator and an accelerator of the next industrial revolution, often referred to as Industry 4.0. Teleoperation and Telerobotics plays a profound role in industrial automation and the rapidly evolving IIoT arena. Robots and remote control systems enable various industries to control real machines/equipment by virtual object through master controlling interfaces.

Whether it is a factory setting, office environment, or enterprise operation in virtually any industry vertical, IIoT and supporting technologies will enable an increasingly smarter workplace. The supporting technologies include service robots, ubiquitous connectivity and communication technology, building automation and management systems, sensor equipped energy management system, cloud and edge enabled infrastructure, mobile device management, wearable networks, intelligent software application, and many more.

This research package consists of reports that evaluate the IIoT market as a whole as well as opportunities enabled through specifically driven by 5G, teleoperation, and telerobotics including:

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): Market Opportunities for Solutions, Products, and Services 2016 – 2021

Industrial IoT and 5G: Emerging Technologies, Solutions, Market Outlook and Forecasts

Teleoperation and Telerobotics in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Smart Workplace: Devices, Applications, and Services 2016 – 2021

This research includes analysis of leading IIoT companies, solutions, market outlook, and forecasts. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Target Audience:

  • Robotics companies
  • Telecom service providers
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Embedded systems companies
  • Wireless device manufacturers
  • Systems integration companies
  • Sensors and actuators suppliers
  • IoT and industrial service providers
  • Telecom and IT infrastructure suppliers

Table of Contents:

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): Market Opportunities for Solutions, Products, and Services 2016 – 2021

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope of Research
1.2 Target Audience
1.3 Key Findings in Report
1.4 Companies in Report
2 Executive Summary
3 Overview
3.1 Defining Industrial Internet of Things
3.1.1 People, Processes, and Technology
3.1.2 IIoT and People
3.1.3 IIoT and Processes
3.1.4 IIoT and Technologies
3.2 Critical Focal Areas for IIoT Execution
3.3 IIoT Application Areas
3.3.1 Process Optimization
3.3.2 Enhance, Integrate and Scale existing Corporate IT Systems
3.3.3 Leverage Potential of Existing Infrastructure
3.4 Forming a Foundation for IIoT
3.4.1 Industrial Internet Consortium
3.4.2 Industry Leading Companies set the Pace
3.4.3 Industry Test Beds for IIoT
3.4.4 Industrial Internet Reference Architecture
3.5 Evaluating the Future Potential of IIoT
3.5.1 Security is a Critical Concern with IIoT
3.5.2 IIoT is Facilitating a Drive in Industrial Automation
3.5.3 Early IIoT Deployments to Benefit Existing Industries
3.5.4 IIoT will work in Collaboration to achieve Success
3.5.5 IIoT and the Fourth Industry Revolution
3.5.6 IIoT to Facilitate Transition to Smart Factories
3.5.7 Connected Factory: New Roles for Suppliers and Customers
3.5.8 IIoT and Product Transformation to an “as a Service” Economy
3.5.9 Intelligent Manufacturing: From Smart Factories to Smarter Factories
3.5.10 Teleoperation and Tele-robotics
3.5.11 IIoT and Fifth Generation (5G) Wireless
4 IIoT Technologies
4.1 Hardware Technologies
4.1.1 Hardware Development Platforms
4.1.2 Smart Sensors
4.2 Software Technologies
4.2.1 Connectivity Platforms
4.2.2 Data Storage Platforms
4.2.3 Data Analytics and Visualization Platforms
4.2.4 IoT Protocols
4.2.4.1 ZigBee
4.2.4.2 Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT)
4.2.4.3 XMPP Accelerates IoT
4.2.4.4 AMQP is Provides Rich Capabilities for Distributed Systems
4.2.4.5 DDS enables Network Interoperability in IoT
4.2.4.6 Thread
4.2.5 Next Generation Real Time Operating Systems
4.3 Network Technologies in IIoT
4.3.1 Wireless Local Area Network
4.3.2 Wireless Personal Area Network
4.3.3 Wireless Sensor Network
5 IIoT Global Market Analysis and Forecasts 2016 - 2021
5.1 IIoT Markets by Region 2015 - 2020
5.2 IIoT Global Markets by Industry Sector 2016 - 2021
5.2.1 IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2016 – 2021
5.2.2 Healthcare Investments in IIoT 2016 - 2021
5.2.3 Oil and Gas Industry Investments in IIoT 2016 - 2021
5.2.4 Investments in IIoT by Cargo and Logistic Sector 2016 – 2021
5.2.5 IIoT business in Utilities Sector 2016 – 2021
5.3 Global Markets by IIoT Product Vertical 2016 - 2021
5.4 Market for Teleoperation and Tele-robotics in IIoT 2016 - 2021
5.4.1 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Segment 2016 – 2021
5.4.2 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Region 2016 – 2021
5.4.3 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Tech and App 2016 – 2021
5.4.4 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2016 – 2021
5.4.5 Artificial Intelligence in IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions 2016 – 2021
6 Company Analysis
6.1 AGT International
6.2 ARM Holdings
6.3 AT&T Inc.
6.3.1 AT&T Machine to Machine Solutions
6.3.2 AT&T M2X
6.4 B+B SmartWorx
6.5 Bayshore Networks
6.6 Bosch
6.6.1 Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH
6.6.2 Bosch Software innovations: Bosch IoT Suite
6.7 Cisco System Inc.
6.7.1 Cisco Industrial Networks
6.7.2 Cisco Embedded Networks
6.7.3 Management and Application Enablement
6.7.4 Physical and Cyber Security
6.7.5 Cisco IIoT Solutions
6.8 Contiki
6.9 Digi International
6.10 Echelon Corporation
6.10.1 Echelon’s IzoT platform
6.11 Elecsys Corporation
6.12 General Electric
6.12.1 GE Predicitvity Solution
6.12.2 GE Predix Platform
6.13 Jasper Technologies Inc. (Cisco)
6.14 Lynx Software Technologies, Inc.
6.15 Object Management Group (OMG)
6.15.1 Data Distribution Service (DDS)
6.15.2 Dependability Assurance Framework for Safety-Sensitive Consumer Devices
6.15.3 Threat Modelling
6.15.4 Structured Assurance Case Meta-model (SACM)
6.15.5 Unified Component Model for Distributed, Real-Time and Embedded Systems
6.15.6 Automated Source Code CWE-SANS Top 25-Based Security Measure
6.15.7 Oil and Gas Risk Management
6.16 OneM2M Partners
6.17 ParStream (ParStream Cisco)
6.18 RIOT
6.19 Real Time Innovation (RTI)
6.19.1 RTI Connext DDS
6.19.2 RTI Industrial IoT FastTrax Program
6.20 Sensata Technologies
6.21 Symantec
6.22 Unisys Corporation
6.23 Wind River
6.24 Worldsensing
6.25 Wovyn LLC.

Figures

FIGURE 1: IIoT Impact on Automation and Processes
FIGURE 2: Four Pillars of IIoT Execution
FIGURE 3: IoT Framework
FIGURE 4: 5G and IIoT
FIGURE 5: Requirements for Wireless IIoT Access Technology
FIGURE 6: Hardware Systems used in IIoT
FIGURE 7: Software Solutions used in IIoT
FIGURE 8: Smart Sensor Components
FIGURE 9: Smart Sensor Model
FIGURE 10: Smart Sensor Model with Functional Partitioning
FIGURE 11: IoT Data Processing Flow
FIGURE 12: Sensor Node Components
FIGURE 13: Wireless Sensor Network Topologies
FIGURE 14: Global IIoT Market 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 15: IIoT Regional Markets 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 16: IIoT Global Markets by Industry Sector 2016 -2021
FIGURE 17: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 18: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 19: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 20: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 21: IIoT Deployments in Utilities Sector 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 22: IIoT Global Markets by Product Vertical 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 23: Embedded Systems and IIoT
FIGURE 24: Managing Devices, Processes, and End-users in IIoT
FIGURE 25: IIoT Management Platform: Cloud, Connectivity, and Devices
FIGURE 26: Fourth Generation Automation Software

Tables

TABLE 1: Leading Proprietary RTOS in Embedded Systems
TABLE 2: Global IIoT Market 2016 – 2021
TABLE 3: IIoT Regional Markets 2016 - 2021
TABLE 4: IIoT Global Markets for Industry Segment 2016 – 2021
TABLE 5: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 6: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 7: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 8: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 9: IIoT Deployments in Utility Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 10: IIoT Global Markets by Product Vertical 2016 – 2021
TABLE 11: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Segment 2016 – 2021
TABLE 12: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution Market by Region 2016 – 2021
TABLE 13: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics by Sector/Tech/App 2016 – 2021
TABLE 14: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2016 – 2021
TABLE 15: AI in Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Software Market 2016 – 2021

Industrial IoT and 5G: Emerging Technologies, Solutions, Market Outlook and Forecasts

1 Introduction
1.1 Why Industrial IoT and 5G?
1.2 Industrial IoT Platforms
1.3 Relationship between Industrial IoT and 5G
1.4 Industrial IoT: A View into the Period 2016 to 2020
1.5 5G as Key Enabler for IIoT Initiatives
1.6 5G Responsiveness to IIoT
1.7 Potential Contribution of Proprietary Platform
1.8 5G and Industrial Automation
1.9 5G to Enable Wireless IIoT Automation
1.10 5G for Industrial Internet Components
1.11 Role of Industrial Internet in IIoT Automation
1.12 Role of Mobile Edge Computing in IIoT and 5G
1.13 Role of Smart Grid in IIoT and 5G
1.14 Role of LPWAN Technology to IIoT
1.15 5G to Create News Business Model for IIoT
1.16 IIoT Security
1.17 IIoT and 5G: Where is the Money?
1.18 Virtual Reality, IIoT, and 5G
1.19 IIoT 5G Stakeholder Analysis
1.19.1 Equipment Manufacturer
1.19.2 Connectivity Solution Providers
1.19.3 Proprietary Platform and IIoT Application Providers
1.19.4 Data Analytics Providers
1.19.5 Professional Service Providers
1.19.6 Enterprise
1.19.7 End Users
2 IIoT 5G Application Scenarios
2.1 Maritime Use Case
2.1.1 Optimizing Route
2.1.2 Tracking Assets
2.1.3 Monitoring Equipment Remotely and Saving Costs
2.2 Oil and Gas Sector
2.3 Manufacturing Use Case
2.4 Mobile Cloud Robotics
2.5 Precision Agriculture
2.5.1 OnFarm Solution
2.5.2 AT&T, Telefonica, and Verizon to Precision Agriculture
2.6 City Waste Management
2.6.1 Urbiotica Case
2.6.2 Enevo
2.7 Food Waste Management
2.7.1 Maersk Line Remote Container Management
2.8 Smart Buildings
2.8.1 Honeywell Intelligent System to Olympics Stadium
2.9 Road Congestion Management
2.10 Efficient Energy Management
2.11 Enterprise Asset Management
2.12 Healthcare Applications
2.13 Shipping Automation
2.14 Autonomous Driving
2.15 Water Management
2.16 Aviation Management
3 IIoT 5G Market Forecasts
3.1 Global Forecasts 2020 – 2025
3.1.1 IIoT 5G Automation Market Value
3.1.1.1 Market by Segment
3.1.1.1.1 Hardware & Equipment Market by Types of Device
3.1.1.2 Market by Industry Verticals
3.1.1.3 Market by Technology Application
3.1.2 Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployments
3.1.2.1 Deployment by Device Type
3.1.2.2 Deployment by Industry Vertical
3.2 Regional Forecasts 2020 – 2025
3.2.1 Market Value by Region
3.2.2 Market Value by Leading Countries
3.2.3 Deployment by Region
3.2.4 Deployment by Leading Countries
3.2.5 Europe Market Forecasts
3.2.5.1 Market Value by Segment, Devices, Industry Vertical, & Technology Application
3.2.5.2 Deployment Base by Devices & Industry Vertical
3.2.6 North America Market Forecasts
3.2.6.1 Market Value by Segment, Devices, Industry Vertical & Technology Application
3.2.6.2 Deployment Base by Devices & Industry Vertical
3.2.7 APAC Market Forecasts
3.2.7.1 Market Value by Segment, Devices, Industry Vertical & Technology Application
3.2.7.2 Deployment Base by Devices & Industry Vertical
4 Industrial IoT 5G Platforms, Solutions, and Initiatives
4.1 Time Sensitive Networking
4.2 General Electric
4.2.1 GE Predix
4.2.2 GE Predictivity
4.2.3 GE Partnership
4.2.3.1 Microsoft and GE
4.2.3.2 AT&T and GE
4.2.3.3 Cisco and GE Energy
4.2.3.4 Intel and GE
4.2.3.5 NTT DoCoMo and GE
4.2.3.6 HP and GE
4.2.3.7 BP and GE Oil & Gas
4.2.3.8 Paradigm and GE Oil & Gas
4.3 Qualcomm
4.3.1 LTE IoT Connectivity Platform creating Path for 5G
4.3.2 LTE Modem Solutions
4.4 Aware360
4.4.1 Real Time Monitoring Solution
4.4.2 Aware360 with Gemalto for IIoT Connectivity & Analytics
4.5 KAA
4.6 XILINX
4.6.1 Xilinx to Collaborate IIC for Common IIoT Framework
4.7 AT&T
4.7.1 AT&T M2M Solution
4.7.1.1 AT&T alliance with GE
4.7.2 AT&T M2X Solution
4.7.3 AT&T vEPC Network and Domain 2.0
4.7.4 AT&T 5G Trial and IIoT
4.8 Bosch
4.8.1 Bosch IoT Suit
4.8.2 Bosch IoT Cloud
4.8.3 Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH (BCDS)
4.9 Cisco System
4.9.1 Cisco IoT System
4.9.2 Cisco Industrial Networking Solutions for IoT
4.9.3 Cisco Embedded Networking Solution
4.9.4 Cisco Security Solution
4.9.5 Application Enablement Platform
4.9.6 Cisco IoT Analytics
4.9.7 Cisco Fog Computing
4.9.8 Cisco’s Acquisition of Jasper
4.10 Echelon Corporation
4.10.1 Echelon IzoT Platform
4.10.1.1 IzoT Enabled FT 6050 Chip
4.10.2 Industrial Control Networking Technologies
4.10.3 Xicato Demonstrate Intelligent Platform with Echelon
4.11 Object Management Group
4.11.1 OMG Data Distribution Service
4.11.2 Dependability Assurance Framework for Safety-Sensitive Consumer Devices
4.11.3 Threat Modeling
4.11.4 Structured Assurance Case Metamodel
4.11.5 Unified Component Model for Distributed, Real-Time and Embedded Systems
4.11.6 Automated Quality Characteristic Measures
4.11.7 Interaction Flow Modeling Language
4.11.8 OMG to Manage the Industrial Internet Consortium
4.11.9 Automated Source Code Based Security Measure
4.11.10 Oil and Gas Risk Management
4.12 Real Time Innovation
4.12.1 RTI Connext DDS
4.12.2 RTI IoT FastTrax Program
4.12.3 RTI to Support IIC Connected Care Testbed
4.12.4 RTI Alliance with National Instruments
4.13 Google
4.13.1 Brillo and Weave
4.13.2 Google Cloud Platform
4.13.3 Google Glass in Telemedicine with CrowdOptic
4.14 Omron Corporation
4.15 BlackBerry
4.15.1 BlackBerry IoT Platform
4.15.1.1 QNX Software
4.16 Rockwell Automation
4.17 Honeywell International
4.17.1 Honeywell Process Solution
4.17.2 Honeywell Uniformance IIoT Suite
4.18 Fujitsu America
4.18.1 GR AWARE Platform
4.18.2 iMotion Edgeware Platform
4.18.3 GYUHO SaaS
4.18.4 UBIQUITOUSWARE Device
4.18.5 CRATUS and Fujitsu
4.18.6 Fujitsu Connected Enterprise Solution with SAP
5 Conclusions and Recommendations
5.1 Success Factors for IIoT in 5G
5.1.1 Complex Ecosystem Management
5.1.2 Accuracy in Analysis and Quantification
5.1.3 Spectrum Management
5.1.4 Building Data Trust

Figures

Figure 1: IIoT Platform Components
Figure 2: IIoT 5G Requirements and Operational Diagram
Figure 3: Requirements for Wireless IIoT Access Technology
Figure 4: IIoT Technology to Optimize Route
Figure 5: Mobile Cloud Robotics Functional Architecture
Figure 6: Precision Agriculture Module to Monitor Water Flow
Figure 7: OnFarm Dashboard for Precision Agriculture Analytics
Figure 8: Honeywell Intelligent System for Building
Figure 9: Vehicle to Everything (V2X) Framework for Autonomous Driving
Figure 10: Global IIoT 5G Automation Market Value 2020 – 2025
Figure 11: Global Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment Base 2020 - 2025
Figure 12: KAA IIoT Middle Platform
Figure 13: Bosch IoT Framework
Figure 14: Bosch IoT Cloud Service Parameter and Modality
Figure 15: Cisco IoT Service Portfolio
Figure 16: Echelon FT 6050 Running on IzoT Platform
Figure 17: OMG DDS Scalable Architecture: Edge to Fog to Cloud
Figure 18: Google Cloud Platform Architecture
Figure 19: Fujitsu Connected Enterprise Solution Phases

Tables

Table 1: IIoT Platform Sub-Components
Table 2: Global IIoT 5G Automation Market by Segment 2020 – 2025
Table 3: Global IIoT 5G Hardware & Equipment Market by Types of Device 2020 – 2025
Table 4: Global IIoT 5G Automation Market by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 5: Global IIoT 5G Automation Market by Technology Application 2020 – 2025
Table 6: Global Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Types of Device 2020 – 2025
Table 7: Global Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 8: IIoT 5G Automation Market by Region 2020 – 2025
Table 9: IIoT 5G Automation Market by Leading Countries 2020 – 2025
Table 10: Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Region 2020 – 2025
Table 11: Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Leading Countries 2020 – 2025
Table 12: Europe IIoT 5G Automation Market by Segment 2020 – 2025
Table 13: Europe IIoT 5G Hardware & Equipment Market by Types of Device 2020 – 2025
Table 14: Europe IIoT 5G Automation Market by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 15: Europe IIoT 5G Automation Market by Technology Application 2020 – 2025
Table 16: Europe Wireless IIoT 5G Deployment by Device Type 2020 – 2025
Table 17: Europe Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 18: North America IIoT 5G Automation Market by Segment 2020 – 2025
Table 19: North America IIoT 5G Hardware & Equipment Market by Types of Device 2020 – 2025
Table 20: North America IIoT 5G Automation Market by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 21: North America IIoT 5G Automation Market by Technology Application 2020 – 2025
Table 22: North America Wireless IIoT 5G Deployment by Device Type 2020 – 2025
Table 23: North America Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 24: APAC IIoT 5G Automation Market by Segment 2020 – 2025
Table 25: APAC IIoT 5G Hardware & Equipment Market by Device Type 2020 – 2025
Table 26: APAC IIoT 5G Automation Market by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
Table 27: APAC IIoT 5G Automation Market by Technology Application 2020 – 2025
Table 28: APAC Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Device Type 2020 – 2025
Table 29: APAC Wireless IIoT 5G Device Deployment by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025

Teleoperation and Telerobotics in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2.0 OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL IOT (IIOT)
2.1 HOW INDUSTRIAL IOT (IIOT) IS DIFFERENT FROM CONSUMER IOT?
2.2 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION: WIRED AND WIRELESS
2.3 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTIVITY AND IIOT ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION
2.4 INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY AND IIOT
2.5 IIOT ADOPTION TRENDS GLOBALLY
2.6 INDUSTRY 4.0 AND AUTOMATION
2.7 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND MIGRATION
2.8 IIOT BUILDING BLOCKS
2.9 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND IIOT
2.10 HUMAN ASPECT OF IIOT
2.11 INTEGRATED DIGITAL AND HUMAN WORKFORCE
2.12 WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY AND IIOT
2.13 WORKFORCE AUGMENTATION
2.14 HYBRID INDUSTRY AND ROBOTICS
2.15 DRONE LOGISTICS
3.0 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
3.1 TELEROBOTICS
3.1.1 AGILE ROBOTS: MOVE LIKE HUMANS IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS
3.1.2 COLLABORATIVE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS (COBOTS)
3.2 TELEPRESENCE
3.3 TELEOPERATION
3.4 TELEMANIPULATOR
3.5 INTERNET TELEROBOTICS
3.6 THE WEB AND TELEROBOTICS
3.7 REAL-TIME TRANSPORT PROTOCOL (RTP)
3.8 TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE OF TELEROBITCS SYSTEM
3.8.1 TELEROBOT
3.8.2 WEB CLIENT
3.8.3 COMMUNICATIONS
3.8.4 TRANSMISSION PROTOCOL
3.9 BILATERAL CONTROL AND HAPTIC FEEDBACK
3.9.1 THE ROBONAUT CASE
3.10 UNILATERAL VS. BILATERAL MODEL
3.10.1 PERFORMANCE MATRIX
4.0 ROLE OF TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
4.1 THE ROLE OF TELEROBOTICS IN INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
4.2 IMPACT ON LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
4.3 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCER/CONSUMER (PROSUMER) VALUE CHAIN
4.4 EMPLOYMENT TRANSFORMATION AND THE FUTURE FOR FACTORY WORKERS
4.5 CLEAR PRODUCTION
4.6 MANUFACTURING SUPPLY CHAIN AND ROBOTICS
4.7 CONNECTED SERVICE AND TELEOPERATION
4.8 BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS
4.9 FOG COMPUTING
4.10 SWARM COMPUTING
5.0 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS MARKET AND FORECASTS 2016 - 2021 40
5.1 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS MARKET 40
5.1.1 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL IOT MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY
5.1.2 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION MARKET AND CORE TECHNOLOGY
5.1.3 TECHNOLOGIES USED IN IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTIONS
5.1.4 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY SEGMENTS
5.1.5 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY REGION
5.1.6 INDUSTRIAL IOT CONNECTION BASE
5.1.7 INVESTMENT AND DEAL INTO INDUSTRIAL IOT
5.2 TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION
5.2.1 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION
5.2.2 SPACE TECHNOLOGY
5.2.3 VIDEOCONFERENCING
5.2.4 MARINE ROBOTICS
5.2.5 ROBOTIC IN HEALTHCARE
5.2.6 OTHER AREAS
5.3 INDUSTRY VERTICAL
5.3.1 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL
5.3.2 TRANSPORTATION
5.3.3 NUCLEAR OPERATIONS
5.3.4 ENERGY AND POWER OPERATIONS
5.3.5 AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
5.3.6 UNDERWATER FACILITIES
5.3.7 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
5.3.8 MANUFACTURING
5.3.9 RETAIL
5.3.10 HEALTHCARE
5.3.11 OIL AND GAS
5.3.12 METALS AND MINING
5.3.13 AGRICULTURE
5.4 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS DRIVEN MARKET
5.4.1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
5.4.2 SMART MACHINE AND MACHINE LEARNING IN TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
5.4.3 INVESTMENT IN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
6.0 IMPACT OF TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
6.1 TECHNOLOGIES DRIVING AND FACILITATING HYPER AUTOMATION
6.2 RISE OF THE HYBRID ENTERPRISE TO OPTIMIZE IIOT
6.3 INTELLIGENT HUMAN WORKFORCE WILL BE AUGMENTED BY AI AND ROBOTS
6.4 DRONE LOGISTICS TO BECOME COMMON FOR B2B AS WELL AS B2C
6.5 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS REMAINS THE KEY AREA OF FOCUS
6.6 RISE OF THE SMART MACHINE DRIVEN FACTORY OF THE FUTURE
6.7 THE INDUSTRIAL CONSUMER: ENGAGEMENT THROUGHOUT THE PRODUCT LIFECYCLE
6.8 A TRANSFORMATION TO AN OUTCOME ECONOMY
6.9 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) & OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (OT) CONVERGENCE
6.10 NEW STAKEHOLDERS EMERGE AND NEW RELATIONSHIPS DEVELOP
7.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
7.1 NEED FOR ENHANCED OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
7.2 IIOT: DON’T FORGET THE CONSUMER

Figures

Figure 1: Telerobotics System Architecture
Figure 2: Web Based Robotic System
Figure 3: Fog Computing Architecture
Figure 4: Installed IIoT Connection base 2016 - 2021
Figure 4: Deals and Total Investment in IIoT Sectors 2012 - 2015
Figure 6: Total Investment in IIoT Robotics Sector 2016 - 2021

Tables

Table 1: Global Industrial IoT Total Market by Core Technology 2016 – 2021
Table 2: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Market by Core Technology 2016 – 2021
Table 3: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution Technologies
Table 4: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution by Segment 2016 - 2021
Table 5: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution Market by Region 2016 - 2021
Table 6: Teleoperation and Telerobotics by Sector/Tech/App 2016 – 2021
Table 7: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2016 – 2021
Table 8: AI in Teleoperation and Telerobotics Software Market 2016 - 2021
Table 9: Smart Machines in Teleoperation and Telerobotics Market 2016 – 2021

Smart Workplace: Devices, Applications, and Services 2016 – 2021

1 Introduction
1.1 Defining the Smart Workplace
1.2 Transition to Agile Workplace
1.3 High Performance Workplace Outcomes
1.4 Impact on Businesses and Employees
1.5 Steps involved in Creating Smart Workplace Environments
2 Smart Workplace Market Dynamic Analysis
2.1 Growth Drivers
2.1.1 Connected Devices: Wearables, Smartphones, and Humanoid Robots
2.1.2 Automation Services, Energy Efficient Applications, and IoT
2.1.3 Mobile Edge Computing and Enterprise Services
2.1.4 Broadband Wireless and Collaborative Work
2.1.5 M2M, Artificial Intelligence, and Deep Learning Capabilities
2.1.6 Advanced Commerce Technologies in the Workplace
2.1.7 Unified Communication and Cloud Computing
2.1.8 Hyper Connected Employees and Empowerment
2.1.9 Emergence of Knowledge Workers
2.1.10 Growth of Connected Industrial Machines and Remote Operations
2.1.11 Virtualization Trend and Impact
2.1.12 Smart Power and Energy Management System
2.2 Market Challenges
2.2.1 Enterprise Security Risks for Data, Information, and Infrastructure
2.2.2 Employee Privacy Risks and BYOD
2.2.3 Diversity among Communication Standard and Infrastructure Sharing
2.2.4 Policy for Human and Machine Interaction
2.2.5 Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Electronic Device Market
2.3 Value Chain Analysis
2.3.1 Connectivity Technology and Service Providers
2.3.2 Communication Technology and Automation Solution Providers
2.3.3 Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM)
2.3.4 Infrastructure Solution Providers
2.3.5 Analytics and Security Solution Providers
2.3.6 System Aggregators
2.3.7 End Users
3 Smart Workplace Market, Segments and Forecasts
3.1 Global Market Size
3.2 Market by Construction
3.2.1 Retrofit Building
3.2.2 New Building
3.3 Market by Categories
3.3.1 Smart Devices
3.3.2 Software and Application Services
3.3.3 Infrastructure and System
3.3.4 Professional Services
3.4 Market by Product and Services
3.4.1 Smart Lighting Systems
3.4.2 Security and Access Control Systems
3.4.3 Energy Management Systems
3.4.4 Smart HVAC Control Systems
3.4.5 Audio Video Conferencing Systems
3.4.6 Fire and Safety Control Systems
3.4.7 Office Automation Software and Services
3.4.8 Enterprise Wearable Systems
3.4.9 Autonomous Robots Services
3.4.10 Enterprise Data Centre Market
3.4.11 Visual Analytics System
3.4.12 Smart Office Appliances Market
3.4.13 Enterprise Healthcare System
3.4.14 Enterprise Cloud Server and Solution
3.5 Market by Connectivity and Communication Technology
3.5.1 Cellular Connectivity
3.5.2 Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI)
3.5.3 BACnet
3.5.4 LPWAN (NB IoT, Zigbee, Sigfox, LoRaWAN, etc.)
3.5.5 LonWorks
3.5.6 KNX EIB
3.5.7 Modbus RTU
3.5.8 National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
3.5.9 Fixed and Short Range Connectivity like Broadband, WiFi, LiFi, etc.
3.5.10 Office Communication Technology like wikis, WebEx, etc.
3.6 Market by Region
3.6.1 North America
3.6.2 APAC
3.6.3 Europe
3.6.4 Latin America
3.6.5 Middle East and Africa (ME&A)
4 Smart Workplace Solution Provider Analysis
4.1 ABB Ltd.
4.2 Cisco Systems
4.3 Crestron Electronics
4.4 Honeywell International
4.5 Johnson Controls
4.6 Koninklijke Philips N.V
4.7 Lutron Electronics
4.8 Schneider Electric
4.9 Siemens AG
4.10 United Technologies Corporation (UTC)
4.11 Smart Office Solutions
4.12 Telkom SA Soc Ltd
5 Conclusions and Recommendations
5.1 Recommendations for Enterprise
5.2 Recommendations for Solution Providers
5.3 Recommendations for Healthcare Service Provider
5.4 Recommendations for Facility Management Service Provider
5.5 Recommendations for Workplace Design Provider
5.6 Recommendations for Workplace Service Providers

Figures

Figure 1: Smart Workplace: Workforce, Environment, and Components
Figure 2: High Performance Smart Workplace Outcomes
Figure 3: Steps to Create a Smart Workplace Environment
Figure 4: Global Smart Workplace Market Revenue 2016 - 2021
Figure 5: Global Smart Workplace Market Revenue by Construction 2016 - 2021
Figure 6: Global Smart Workplace Market Revenue by Category 2016 - 2021
Figure 7: Global Smart Workplace Revenue Product and Service 2016 - 2021
Figure 8: Global Smart Workplace Revenue by Connectivity and Com Tech 2016 - 2021
Figure 9: Smart Workplace Market Revenue by Region 2016 - 2021
Figure 10: Technical Component of Network Services of SWCs
Figure 11: Technical Component of Cisco Smart Work Center Services
Figure 12: Smart Work Centers Network and Collaborative Society
Figure 13: Functional Architecture of Smart Work Centers
Figure 14: Honeywell Thermostats Kit
Figure 15: Telkom Smart Broadband LTE Deals
Figure 16: Telkom Value Added Service with Multisite Internet Connectivity Solutions


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