Global 5G IoT Market Report 2018 - Lucrative Opportunities in the Vertical Industries - ResearchAndMarkets.com

November 12, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 12, 2018--The “5G IoT - Market Opportunities in the Vertical Industries” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

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.

Key Topics Covered:

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

Companies Mentioned

3GPP 5G Automotive Association ADT Airbus Alstom ALU Android Apple AT&T Audi AXA Birdz Cisco Cloud der Dinge platform CMA CGM Connected Industry Platform (CIP) COSCO Costa EATA EDF Enel Engie Ericsson GM Gogo Google Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium Groupe Pasteur Mutualit GSMA Jeep KDDI KT LTE/ATG Sensus Siemens Tallink Telefnica Telia Telmex Tesla

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