IoT Use-Case Opportunity, Innovation, & Monetisation across Industrial, Civil, and Consumer Markets 2018 to 2025

IoT Use-Case Opportunity, Innovation, & Monetisation across Industrial, Civil, and Consumer Markets 2018 to 2025

Publish Date: 2Q 2018 | Code: 4557 | File Format: PDF & Interactive Excel

IoT Use-Case Opportunity, Innovation, & Monetisation – attempts to guide companies find not only fitting models of innovation but furthermore help navigate various options of innovation in this highly complex world of IoT. After minutely analysing all the pressing issues of IoT, Researchers have gone deep into decoding possibilities, analysing innovative solutions, gathering right advice and recommendations for key stakeholders of IoT market.

Researchica has also proposed models of Innovation for industrial, civil, and consumer markets within the limitations of available resources.

IoT Use-Case Opportunity, Innovation, & Monetisation across Industrial, Civil, and Consumer Markets 2018 to 2025

Features

IoT is continuously evolving and expanding in terms of the number of companies, products, and applications that illustrate just how beneficial it is becoming for organisations, people, and governments. Some companies like IBM Watson have led the way and are instantly recognisable.

Waiting in the wings are several smaller IoT companies that are not yet popular but their solutions are capable in enhancing performance of companies and quality of life of people. However, there are still multiple flaws even in the best solution available. Apart from that, there are huge numbers of problems that need an IoT solution immediately.

David Brown, Senior Analyst at Researchica, speaking on the state of innovation in IoT said, “IoT market is nascent and currently available solutions are being offered by service providers to just encash the early adopters. These solutions are being launched keeping in mind speed of delivery and low cost. These are basic IoT solutions with a lot of scope for innovation and use case planning.

Researchica in its study found that IoT service providers are lacking badly on robust security, interoperability of IoT systems, real-time communication, reliable connectivity, efficient charging, and longevity of IoT devices. These are not the complete list of flaws of current IoT systems; numerous other flaws are being recognised frequently that need equal attention if the IoT market has to evolve.

According to our study, in the next 15 years, 50% of businesses would become obsolete due to automation in which role of IoT would be significant. So, there’s definitely a big need for use case innovation among existing solutions as well as across untouched segments. Now it’s certain that IoT solutions are ready to revolutionise the way businesses operate and governments function. Digitised processes, products and services create a new level of efficiency and enable completely new business opportunities. Companies need to follow these trends in order to stay competitive and thrive in their respective markets.

While large companies generally have sufficient human, financial and development resources to build ideal IoT solutions, small companies with limited resources find it difficult to create customised IoT solutions. Nevertheless, both types of companies face a plethora of choices of external innovation from building corporate ventures to using company builders all the way to accelerators.

 

Glimpse of Findings

  • 11 segments that have emerged to be fastest growing IoT proliferation areas, constituting 91 billion dollar revenue opportunity between 2016 to 2018 is expected to grow at 35% YoY till 2025, to become 1 trillion consolidated IoT use case revenues.
  • Versatility while maintaining a minimum adoption ratio of 2.8 to niche segments would call for on average 74% gains for service providers in the coming 2-3 years.
  • There were 935 different IoT use cases available in 2017 across 38 segments, 36% more than the previous year. And, the total number of use cases will be more than 1420 by the end of 2018. The number of use cases is projected to grow by around 50% every year for the next 5 years.

Unique Attributes of this Research

  • Worldwide IoT Innovation matrix by segment.
  • How will IoT applications create enormous value for industries, companies, consumers, and governments in the future?
  • Proposed models of Innovation within the limitations of available resources.
  • Checklist to distinguish between the hype and the reality of IoT.
  • Concrete “IoT use cases and innovations” that exist today or are likely to be implemented in the next 10 years.

Questions Answered by the Report

  • What are various breakthrough IoT use-case innovations? What is their scope and importance?
  • What are the various innovative use-cases currently under development phase?
  • What is Innovation Assimilation model?
  • What should be ideal strategy for small companies to ensure timely adoption of IoT? What are various economical yet highly effective options?
  • What are the major innovation challenges across industrial, civil, and consumer markets?

Companies Mentioned in the Report

Adeunis RF, Advantech, Altair Semiconductors, ARM Holdings, Atmel, Bluegiga, Broadcom, Cypress, Cypress Semiconductor, Dialog Semiconductor, Digi International, Espressif Systems, Fibocom, GainSpan, Gemalto, GreenPeak Technologies, Huawei, Ingenu, Intel, Laird Technologies, Lantronix, Linear Technology, Marvell Technology Group, Mediatek, Microchip, Murata, Neoway Technology, Nordic Semiconductor, Novatel Wireless, NWave Technologies, NXP Semiconductors, Qualcomm, Quectel, Radiocrafts, Redpine Signals, Renesas, Samsung Electronics, SemTech, Sequans Communications, Sierra Wireless, Sigma Designs, Silex Technology, Silicon Labs, SIMcom Wireless Solutions, STMicroelectronics, Telit Communications, Texas Instruments, Toshiba Semiconductors, U-blox, ZTE.

Target Audience: 

IoT Players, Chip Manufacturers, Sensor Manufacturers, Battery Manufacturers, Semiconductor Companies, IoT Platform Providers, IoT Device Manufacturers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), Original Design Manufacturers (ODMs) and OEM Technology Solution Providers, Research Organisations, Technology Standard Organisations, Forums, Alliances and Associations, Technology Investors, Governments, Financial Institutions, and Investment Communities, Analysts and Strategic Business Planners.

Table of Contents

ToCIoT Use-Case Opportunity, Innovation, & Monetisation across Industrial, Civil, and Consumer Markets 2018 to 2025
1Introduction
1.1Objectives of the Study
1.2Scope of the Study
1.2.1M2M
1.2.2IoT
1.3Research Methodology
2Executive Summary
2.1Introduction
2.2IoT’s Impacts on Industries, Societies, and Governments.
2.3IoT Market Outlook
3Planning for IoT Use Case Innovation
3.1IoT Best Practices
3.1.1Operational Efficiency
3.1.2Safety and Security
3.1.3Customer Experience
3.1.4New Business Models
3.2IoT Innovation Matrix
3.2.1IoT Use Cases for Marketing/ Sales
3.2.2IoT Use Cases for Product Development
3.2.3IoT Use Cases for Operations/ Manufacturing
3.2.4IoT Use Cases for Service
3.2.5IoT Use Cases for Information/ Operational Technology
3.2.6IoT Use Cases for Customers
3.3Worldwide IoT Innovation Trend
4Worldwide IoT Use Case Innovation
4.1IoT in Logistics
4.1.1Use Cases – Warehousing Operations
4.1.2Use Cases – Freight Transportation
4.1.3Use Cases – Last-mile Delivery
4.1.4Use Cases – Maritime Connectivity
4.1.5Use Cases – Faster & Safer Transportation
4.1.5.1Case Study – Daimler’s Highway Pilot System
4.1.6Success Factors for IoT in Logistics
4.2IoT in Industries
4.2.1Use Cases – Remote monitoring, asset management and predictive maintenance.
4.2.1.1Case Study – Thyssenkrupp
4.2.2Success Factors for IoT in Industries
4.3IoT in Manufacturing
4.3.1Use Cases – Connected Factory
4.3.2Use Cases – Worker Safety
4.3.3Use Cases – Smart Manufacturing
4.3.3.1Case Study – Black & Decker
4.3.3.2Case Study – Hirotec
4.3.3.3Case Study – AW North Carolina
4.3.3.4Case Study – Varroc
4.3.4Success Factors for IoT in Manufacturing
4.4IoT in Mining
4.4.1Use Cases – Worker Safety
4.4.2Use Cases – Efficiency
4.4.3Success Factors for IoT in Construction
4.5IoT in Real Estate
4.5.1Use Cases – Building and Tenant Management Systems
4.5.2Use Cases – Smart Power over Ethernet (PoE)
4.5.2.1Case Study – Silverstein Properties
4.5.3Use Cases – Architecture and Construction
4.5.3.1Case Study – OTOY
4.5.4Success Factors for IoT in Real Estate
4.6IoT in Construction
4.6.1Use Cases – Worker Safety
4.6.1.1Case Study – Human Condition Safety (HCS)
4.6.2Success Factors for IoT in Construction
4.7IoT in Heavy Industry
4.7.1Use Cases – Predictive Maintenance
4.7.1.1Case Study – ABB Group
4.7.2Success Factors for IoT in Heavy Industry
4.8IoT in Banking and Finance
4.8.1Use Cases – Seamless and Automated Integration of Financial Accounts and IoT Devices.
4.8.1.1Case Study – U.S. Bank
4.8.2Use Cases – Operational Efficiency
4.8.3Use Cases – Connected Infrastructure: Safer, more efficient use of space and occupancy
4.8.4Success Factors for IoT in Banking and Finance
4.9IoT in Healthcare
4.9.1Use Cases – Connected Healthcare
4.9.2Use Cases – Live Monitoring
4.9.3Use Cases – Ensuring the Availability and Accessibility of Critical Hardware
4.9.3.1Case Study – Philips e-Alert
4.9.4Use Cases – Tracking Staff, Patients and Inventory
4.9.5Use Cases – Enhanced Drug Management
4.9.6Use Cases – Addressing Chronic Disease
4.9.6.1Case Study – Connected Healthcare Monitoring Devices
4.9.7Success Factors for IoT in Healthcare
4.1IoT in Energy
4.10.1Use Cases – Safety and environmental monitoring systems for offshore oil and gas refineries.
4.10.1.1Case Study – Amec Foster Wheeler
4.10.2Success Factors for IoT in Energy
4.11IoT in Shipping
4.11.1Use Cases – Connected Port
4.11.2Use Cases – Efficiency
4.11.2.1Case Study – The port of Rotterdam
4.11.3Success Factors for IoT in Shipping
4.12IoT in Agriculture
4.12.1Use Cases – Connected Agriculture
4.12.2Use Cases – Machine and Farm Monitoring and Insight
4.12.2.1Case Study – John Deere
4.12.3Success Factors for IoT in Agriculture
4.13IoT in Education
4.13.1Use Cases – Smart Learning Environments (SLEs)
4.13.2Use Cases – Immersive and Connected Educational Spaces
4.13.3Use Cases – Safe Campus
4.13.4Use Cases – Connected Infrastructure: Safer, more efficient use of space and occupancy
4.13.5Use Cases – Aiding Special-Needs Students
4.13.6Use Cases – Research Programs
4.13.7Success Factors for IoT in Education
4.14IoT in Retail
4.14.1Use Cases – Store Management
4.14.1.1Case Study – Carrefour
4.14.2Use Cases – Logistics and Fleet Management
4.14.3Use Cases – Warehouse Management
4.14.4Use Cases – In-Store Experience
4.14.5Use Cases – IoT Vending Machines
4.14.5.1Case Study – Q3 Technologies
4.14.6Success Factors for IoT in Retail
4.15IoT in Consumer Markets
4.15.1Use Cases – Carsharing Services
4.15.1.1Case Study – Daimler’s car2go
4.15.2Use Cases – Predictive Maintenance for Home Appliances
4.15.2.1Case Study – Whirlpool
4.15.3Success Factors for IoT in Consumer Markets
4.16IoT in Civil
4.16.1Use Cases – Smart Street Lighting
4.16.2Use Cases – Smart City Parking
4.16.3Use Cases – Traffic Management
4.16.4Use Cases – Environment Management
4.16.5Use Cases – Administration of Citizen Identity
4.16.6Use Cases – Surveillance and Security
4.16.6.1Case Study – China
4.16.7Use Cases – Disaster & Emergency Management
4.16.8Use Cases – Smart Policing
4.16.9Use Cases – Connected Schoolbus
4.16.9.1Case Study – HISD
4.17Success Factors for IoT in Civil
5IoT Market Revenue Opportunity Analysis and Forecast 2018-2025
5.1IoT Market Forecast by Vertical
5.1.1Infrastructure
5.1.1.1Smart Grids
5.1.1.2Smart Cities
5.1.1.3Intelligent Traffic Systems
5.1.2Consumer
5.1.2.1IoT platforms for the consumer market
5.1.2.2Smart homes and building automation
5.1.2.3Consumer electronics, small appliances and toys
5.1.3Industrial
5.1.3.1Industrial Automation
5.1.3.2Factory and warehouse
5.1.4Healthcare
5.1.5Automotive
5.1.6Supply Chain / Fleet Management
5.1.7Oil and Gas
5.1.8Agriculture
5.1.9Entertainment & Media
5.1.10Military & Aerospace
5.2IoT Market Forecast by Region 2018-2025
5.2.1North America
5.2.1.1U.S.
5.2.1.2Canada
5.3Europe
5.3.1Germany
5.3.2United Kingdom
5.3.3France
5.3.4Italy
5.3.5Spain
5.3.6Rest of Europe
5.4Asia Pacific
5.4.1China
5.4.2Japan
5.4.3South Korea
5.4.4India
5.4.5Australia
5.4.6Rest of APAC
5.5Latin America
5.6Middle East & Africa
6Conclusions, Recommendations, and Strategic Analysis
List of Figures
Figure 1 Global IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 2 Global IoT Market Revenue by Vertical (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 3 Global IoT Market Revenue for Smart Grids (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 4 Global IoT Market Revenue for Smart Cities (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 5 Global IoT Market Revenue for Intelligent Traffic Systems (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 6 Global IoT Market Revenue for Consumer Segment (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 7 Global IoT Market Revenue for Industrial Automation (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 8 Global IoT Market Revenue for Industrial Automation (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 9 Global IoT Market Revenue for Healthcare (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 10 Global IoT Market Revenue for Automotive (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 11 Global IoT Market Revenue for Supply Chain / Fleet Management (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 12 Global IoT Market Revenue for Oil and Gas (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 13 Global IoT Market Revenue for Agriculture (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 14 Global IoT Market Revenue for Entertainment & Media (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 15 Global IoT Market Revenue for Military & Aerospace (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 16 IoT Market Revenue by Region (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 17 North America IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 18 USA IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 19 Canada IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 20 Europe IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 21 Germany IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 22 UK IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 23 France IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 24 Italy IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 25 Spain IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 26 Asia Pacific IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 27 China IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 28 Japan IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 29 South Korea IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 30 India IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 31 Australia IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 32 Latin America IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025
Figure 33 Middle East & Africa IoT Market Revenue (In US$ Million), 2018-2025

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