IoT in Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings: Market Analysis and Forecasts 2016 - 2021




Published: July 2016   Pages: 101
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Overview:

Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are anticipated to make a substantial impact upon physical infrastructure, cities, and buildings. Improving the operational effectiveness and efficiency, safeguarding assets, and establishing new value-added services are the fundamental goals of establishing Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings. Intelligent use of IoT technologies will be the key to continuous improvements in the areas of process automation. The use of Big Data and Analytics tools will be key to transforming data captured into actionable information.

This research evaluates applications, services, solutions, and market outlook associated with IoT technologies to establish and maintain Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings. The report includes an assessment of the key services required such as sensor networks, IoT platforms, and digital security. The report includes detailed forecasts for the period 2016 to 2021. 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:

  • IoT Companies
  • Big Data companies
  • Global infrastructure suppliers
  • Communications component providers
  • Cloud services and datacenter companies
  • Smartgrid and energy management companies
  • Local, State, and Federal government organizations

Table of Contents:

1 Introduction
1.1 Target Audience
1.2 Companies in Report
2 Executive Summary
3 Overview
3.1 Why Smart and Why IoT
3.2 Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings
3.2.1 Smart Infrastructure
3.2.2 Smart Transportation
3.3 Automation and Data from Smart Assets to Drive Need for Devices
3.4 Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings IoT Applications
3.4.1 Smart City Applications
3.4.1.1 Growth of Devices in Smart Cities 2016 – 2021
3.4.2 Smart Home Applications
3.4.2.1 Growth of Devices in Smart Homes 2016 – 2021
3.4.3 Smart Building / Office
3.4.3.1 Smart Building Components
3.4.3.2 Global Connected Devices in Smart Buildings 2016 – 2021
3.4.4 Smart Factories
3.4.4.1 Global Connected Devices in Smart Factories 2016 – 2021
3.4.5 Smart Industries
3.4.5.1 Smart Utilities
3.4.5.2 Smart Tracking
3.4.5.3 Smart Instrumentation in Oil and Gas Industry
3.4.5.4 Smart Healthcare
3.4.5.5 Devices Connected in Smart Industries 2016 – 2021
3.5 Connected Devices by Region 2016 – 2021
4 IoT Opportunities in Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings
4.1 Business and Consumer need for Optimal User Experience
4.1.1 Lightweight and Smart Sensors
4.1.2 Agile, Ready-to-Deploy, Cloud-based IoT Platforms
4.1.3 Responsive and Collaborative Applications
4.1.4 Responding Security Frameworks
4.2 Solution Developments for Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Buildings
4.3 Development of Lightweight Smart Sensors
4.3.1 Development of Smart Sensors 2016 – 2021
4.3.2 B+B Networks Wireless Sensing Platform
4.3.3 Bosch MEMS Sensors
4.3.4 Digi’s Xbee Real-time Sensors
4.4 Development of Hardware and Software IoT Platforms
4.4.1 Hardware and Software IoT Platforms 2016 – 2021
4.4.2 IoT Hardware Platforms
4.4.2.1 ARM mBED IoT Device Platform
4.4.2.2 Echelon’s IzoT Platform
4.4.3 IoT Software Platforms
4.4.3.1 Aeris Cloud based Platform for Building Applications
4.4.3.2 AT&T M2M Application Platform
4.4.3.3 Ayla Cloud based Enterprise Grade Platform
4.4.3.4 Development Platform by IIC
4.4.3.5 Jasper Control Venter Platform
4.4.3.6 MachineShop API based Platform
4.4.3.7 Wind River VXworx 7
4.5 An Emerging Range of IoT Applications
4.5.1 Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Building IoT Applications 2016 – 2021
4.6 Development of New Interoperable Protocols
4.6.1 Insteon
4.6.2 Thread
4.6.3 Zigbee
4.6.4 Z-Wave Alliance
4.7 Security Needs for Devices Connected
4.7.1 Solutions to Secure Mobile Device and Mobile Applications
4.7.2 IoT Security Solutions 2016 – 2021
4.7.3 ARM TrustZone Technology
4.7.4 Cisco Security Solutions for IoT
4.7.5 Intel Security Group (McAfee)
4.7.6 Symantec End- to-End Security Solution

Figures

FIGURE 1: Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Building Objectives
FIGURE 2: Smart Infrastructure Ecosystem and Vendor/Service Providers
FIGURE 3: Global Connected Devices 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 4: Connected Devices by Industry Segment 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 5: Smart Infrastructure Segments
FIGURE 6: Connected Devices in Smart Cities 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 7: Connected Devices in Smart Homes 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 8: Connected Devices in Smart Buildings 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 9: Connected Devices in Smart Factories 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 10: Connected Devices in Smart Industries 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 11: Connected Devices in Smart Industries by Region 2016 - 2021
FIGURE 12: Revenue by Solution Segment 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 13: Smart Sensors 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 14: Hardware and Software IoT Platforms 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 15: IoT Platform Functionality
FIGURE 16: Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Building IoT 2016 – 2021
FIGURE 17: Security Solutions 2016 – 2021

Tables

TABLE 1: Global Connected Devices 2016 - 2021
TABLE 2: Connected Devices by Industry Segment 2016 - 2021
TABLE 3: Connected Devices in Smart Cities 2016 - 2021
TABLE 4: Connected Devices in Smart Homes 2016 - 2021
TABLE 5: Connected Devices in Smart Buildings 2016 - 2021
TABLE 6: Connected Devices in Smart Factories 2016 - 2021
TABLE 7: Connected Devices in Smart Industries 2016 - 2021
TABLE 8: Connected Devices in Smart Industries by Region 2016 - 2021
TABLE 9: Revenue by Solution Segment 2016 – 2021
TABLE 10: Smart Sensors 2016 – 2021
TABLE 11: Hardware and Software IoT Platforms 2016 – 2021
TABLE 12: Smart Infrastructure, Cities, and Building IoT Apps 2016 – 2021
TABLE 13: Security Solutions 2016 – 2021


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