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スマートシティの世界市場 Smart Cities
出版日: 2020年03月01日 ページ情報: 英文 751 Pages
概要

スマートシティの世界市場は複合年間成長率19.4%で成長し、13兆米ドルに成長すると予測されています。当レポートで分析しているセグメントのひとつであるスマートガバナンス・教育分野は、21.6%以上の潜在成長力を示しています。この成長を支えるダイナミクスのシフトは、この分野の企業が市場の変化についていくことを非常に重要なものとしています。スマートガバナンス・教育分野は2025年までに5461億米ドルを超えるとみられ、世界的な成長に健全な勢いをもたらす見込みです。

当レポートでは世界のスマートシティ市場について調査分析を行い、産業オートメーション、電力供給、セキュリティ、教育、ビル/住居、その他のエンドユースセグメント別に考察するとともに、各地域に置ける動向を分析し、今後の市場予測、主要企業のプロファイルなどについてまとめています。

第1章 イントロダクション、調査手法、調査の範囲

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

  • 市場の概要
    • スマートシティ:コンセプトの概要
    • スマートシティプロジェクトのビジネスモデル
    • エンドユース分野
    • スマートシティ:主なエンドユース産業における技術・アプリケーションのレビュー
    • スマートシティの結果を測定するための主な基準と指標
    • スマートシティ:世界的な人口増加に順応する持続可能な手段
    • 世界的な天然資源の枯渇によりスポットが当たるスマートシティ
    • 過密都市の増加が計画的な都市スペースの作成の基礎を築く
    • 急激な都市化:過密都市の根本的な因子
    • 資源の節約と環境意識によるスマートシティ開発の成長
    • 今後の成長拡大が期待されるスマートシティ市場
    • スマートシティ市場の長期的な成長を活性化するスマートエネルギー
    • スマートシティイニシアティブのテストケースとして浮上する発展途上地域
    • スマートシティプログラムの開発が直面する課題
    • 統一・標準技術の不足
    • 明確な戦略的ゴールとKPIの欠如
    • 発展を制限するセキュリティへの懸念
    • 市場の構造のクイックレビュー
    • 競合
    • 最近の市場の活動
  • 主要プレイヤー
    • ABB Ltd.(スイス)
    • AGT International(スイス)
    • Cisco Systems, Inc.(米国)
    • GE Current(米国)
    • Engie(フランス)
    • Hitachi, Ltd.(日本)
    • Honeywell International, Inc.(米国)
    • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd(中国)
    • IBM Corporation(米国)
    • Intel Corporation(米国)
    • Itron, Inc. (米国)
    • Johnson Controls International plc(アイルランド)
    • Libelium Comunicaciones Distribuidas S.L (スペイン)
    • Microsoft Corporation(米国)
    • Nokia Corporation(フィンランド)
    • Oracle Corporation(米国)
    • Panasonic Corporation of North America(米国)
    • Schneider Electric SA(フランス)
    • Siemens AG(ドイツ)
    • Spatial Labs, Inc. (米国)
    • Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson(スウェーデン)
    • Telensa Limited(英国)
    • Urbiotica (スペイン)
    • Verizon Communications, Inc. (米国)
    • Worldsensing SL (スペイン)
  • 市場の動向と活性因子
    • 都市の環境フットフリントの増加によりスマートシティへの注目にシフト
    • 経済的支援:スマートシティイニシアティブの必要要素
    • オープンガバナンスモデルへのシフトによるスマートへの関心の高まり
    • スマートシティを実現するICT技術のレビュー
    • ブロードバンドネットワーク
    • IoT
    • スマート端末
    • クラウドコンピューティング
    • ビッグデータ分析
    • 人工知能
    • 顔認識
    • 位置情報システム(GIS)
    • フォッグコンピューティング
    • スマートシティが代表する自己認識環境の中心にあるIoT
    • スマートホームおよびビルディングにおけるIoTの実装
    • スマートシティでのセンサー技術の顕著化
    • クラウド型スマートシティの重要度増
    • ビッグデータを現実のものとする統合スマートシティプラットフォーム
    • スマートシティにおけるAI技術の転換的役割が最適化する都市サービス
    • エッジ/フォッグコンピューティングが実現する少ない帯域消費によるリアルタイム分析
    • 技術の発展と革新的な財務ソリューションによるスマートシティイニシアティブ発展
    • スマートコネクテッドシティに重要な通信ネットワーク
    • スマートシティプロジェクトの生命線となるWiFiネットワーク
    • 新しい5G技術がスマートシティ技術の実装を促進
    • スマートシティ向けメッシュネットワーク
    • 長期的なビジネス機会をもたらすオープンデータ
    • 政府の政策:スマートシティ技術開発成長の必須要件
    • E-ガバメント:都市のスマートシティ化に不可欠
    • 世界で実施されたスマートシティイニシアティブ例のレビュー
    • 革新的なスマートシティソリューションとシステムが示す大きな成長機会
    • スマートシティにおける革新の寸評
    • ルノー社の共有配達車EZ-PROのコンセプト
    • ハイパーループプロジェクト
    • スマートシティの照明と空気汚染削減のための生物模倣型ソリューション
    • 空港での駐車のためのロボットバレー
    • Urbioticaのスマートパーキングソリューション
    • Citeosによるスマート道路照明システム
    • 米国およびフランスにおける自動ごみ管理システム
    • エネルギーポジティブなノルウェー Brattorkaiaの発電所
    • メキシコのスマートフォレストシティ
    • 沿岸部コミュニティの浮き家
    • ニューヨークの自動運転シャトル
    • 未来の都市開発計画のためのデジタルツインシミュレーションソフトウェアソリューション
    • エネルギー収集バイク置き
    • ウィーンの交通事故防止の横断歩道用AI
    • 理想から現実へ:都市のスマート化寸評
    • 地方自治体・公共事業のスマートサービスの成長
    • スマートエネルギー分配に必要なスマートグリッド
    • スマートメータリング:スマートシティでの効率的なエネルギー利用と消費の管理の必須事項
    • 世界の都市におけるスマート水測定器採用の急増
    • レスポンシブなエネルギー管理への需要:低炭素スマートシティフットプリントに必要不可欠
    • 一致した焦点を浴びるスマートシティにおけるセキュリティ
    • スマートシティの公共安全において重要な役割を持つ動画監視
    • 監視システムの先端分析
    • 開発の焦点に公正な取り分を持つスマートビルディング/ホーム
    • スマートシティ建設に不可欠なインテリジェントビルディング
    • スマートホーム技術への消費者の支出
    • 都市をよりスマートに、安全にし、政府のインフラ信頼性を資産に変えるスマート/コネクテッド照明システム
    • LED・スマート外灯の導入
    • スマートシティコンセプトの中心にあるスマートデジタル教育
    • スマート医療:スマートシティの収益構造の重要な一部
    • スマートモビリティ/インテリジェント交通が保証する政府資金
  • 世界市場の展望

第3章 市場分析

  • 地域市場の分析
  • 米国
  • カナダ
  • 日本
  • 中国
  • 欧州
    • フランス
    • ドイツ
    • イタリア
    • 英国
    • その他
  • アジア太平洋
  • その他

第4章 比較展望

目次
Product Code: MCP-7080

Smart Cities market worldwide is projected to grow by US$1.3 Trillion, driven by a compounded growth of 19.4%. Smart Governance & Education, one of the segments analyzed and sized in this study, displays the potential to grow at over 21.6%. The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market. Poised to reach over US$546.1 Billion by the year 2025, Smart Governance & Education will bring in healthy gains adding significant momentum to global growth.

Representing the developed world, the United States will maintain a 18.7% growth momentum. Within Europe, which continues to remain an important element in the world economy, Germany will add over *US$74.4 Billion to the region's size and clout in the next 5 to 6 years. *Over US$86.5 Billion worth of projected demand in the region will come from Rest of Europe markets. In Japan, Smart Governance & Education will reach a market size of US$13.2 Billion by the close of the analysis period. As the world's second largest economy and the new game changer in global markets, China exhibits the potential to grow at 25.1% over the next couple of years and add approximately US$192.1 Billion in terms of addressable opportunity for the picking by aspiring businesses and their astute leaders. Presented in visually rich graphics are these and many more need-to-know quantitative data important in ensuring quality of strategy decisions, be it entry into new markets or allocation of resources within a portfolio. Several macroeconomic factors and internal market forces will shape growth and development of demand patterns in emerging countries in Asia-Pacific. All research viewpoints presented are based on validated engagements from influencers in the market, whose opinions supersede all other research methodologies.

Competitors identified in this market include, among others,

  • ABB Ltd.
  • AGT International
  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • GE Current
  • Engie
  • Hitachi, Ltd.
  • Honeywell International, Inc.
  • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd
  • IBM Corporation
  • Intel Corporation
  • Itron, Inc.
  • Johnson Controls International plc
  • Libelium Comunicaciones Distribuidas S.L
  • Microsoft Corporation
  • Nokia Corporation
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Panasonic Corporation of North America
  • Schneider Electric SA
  • Siemens AG
  • Spatial Labs, Inc.
  • Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson
  • Telensa Limited
  • Urbiotica
  • Verizon Communications, Inc.
  • Worldsensing SL.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & REPORT SCOPE 1

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 14

1. MARKET OVERVIEW 14

  • Smart Cities: A Conceptual Overview 14
  • Business Models in Smart City Projects 15
  • Smart City Technologies 15
  • End-Use Segments 16
  • Smart Cities: A Review of Technologies & Applications in Major End-Use Industries 17
  • Major Standards and Indicators for Assessment of Smart City Outcomes 18
  • Smart Cities: A Sustainable Way to Accommodate World's Growing Population 18
  • EXHIBIT 1: With Population Bursting at its Seams, Smart Cities Emerge as the Future of Sustainable Eco-friendly Living: World Population (in Thousands) by Geographic Region for the Years 2018, 2025, 2040, 2050 20
  • Depleting World Natural Resources Throws the Spotlight on Smart Cities 20
  • EXHIBIT 2: Global Per Capita Availability of Water by Geographic Region (In Cubic Meters) for the Years 1990, 2018 and 2025 21
  • EXHIBIT 3: With World Energy Demand Outstripping the Increase in Coal Reserves, Focus Shifts to Sustainable Use of Energy by Cities: Global Coal Reserves (in Billion Metric Tons) and Electricity Consumption (in Billion kWh) for the Years 1998, 2008 and 2018 21
  • Increasingly Congested Cities Lay the Foundation for the Creation of Planned Urban Spaces 22
  • Rapid Urbanization: A Key Factor Underlying Congested Cities 23
  • EXHIBIT 4: World Urban Population in Thousands: 1950-2050P 25
  • EXHIBIT 5: Degree of Urbanization Worldwide: Urban Population as a % of Total Population by Geographic Region for the Years 1950, 1970, 1990, 2018, 2030 and 2050 26
  • EXHIBIT 6: Percentage of Urban Population in Select Countries for 2018, 2020, 2030, 2040 and 2050 27
  • Resource Constraints & Environmental Consciousness Foster Smart City Development 28
  • EXHIBIT 7: Resource Constraints & Pollution Concerns Confronting Cities Worldwide: Breakdown of Water Consumption Per Capita, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions Per Capita and Waste Volume Per Capita by Geographic Region 29
  • Smart Cities Market Poised for Robust Growth Ahead 29
  • Smart Energy to Drive Long-Term Growth in the Smart Cities Market 30
  • Developing Regions Emerge as Test Beds for Smart Cities Initiatives 32
  • Challenges Confronting Development of Smart City Programs 34
  • Absence of Uniform and Standard Technology 35
  • Lack of Clear Strategic Goals and KPIs 35
  • Security Concerns Limit Progress 35
  • Quick Review of Market Structure 36
  • Competition 37
  • Recent Market Activity 38

2. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS 39

  • ABB Ltd. (Switzerland) 39
  • AGT International (Switzerland) 39
  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA) 40
  • GE Current (USA) 40
  • Engie (France) 41
  • Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan) 41
  • Honeywell International, Inc. (USA) 42
  • Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd (China) 42
  • IBM Corporation (USA) 43
  • Intel Corporation (USA) 43
  • Itron, Inc. (USA) 44
  • Johnson Controls International plc (Ireland) 45
  • Libelium Comunicaciones Distribuidas S.L (Spain) 45
  • Microsoft Corporation (USA) 45
  • Nokia Corporation (Finland) 46
  • Oracle Corporation (USA) 46
  • Panasonic Corporation of North America (USA) 46
  • Schneider Electric SA (France) 47
  • Siemens AG (Germany) 47
  • Spatial Labs, Inc. (USA) 48
  • Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Sweden) 48
  • Telensa Limited (UK) 49
  • Urbiotica (Spain) 49
  • Verizon Communications, Inc. (USA) 49
  • Worldsensing SL (Spain) 50

3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS 51

  • Growing Environmental Footprint of Cities Shifts Focus Onto Smart Cities 51
  • EXHIBIT 8: Suffocating Cities in Developing Countries as Measured by their PM2.5 & the Urgent Need for Remediation to Fuel Adoption of Smart City Technologies: Top Cities in the Developing World with the Highest PM2.5 (Micrograms Per Cubic Meter) for the Year 2018 52
  • Funding Support: Vital for Smart Cities Initiatives 52
  • Shift Towards Open Governance Model Fuels Interest in Smart Cities 53
  • A Review of ICT Technologies Enabling Smart Cities 54
  • Broadband Networks 55
  • Internet of Things (IoT) 55
  • Smart Devices 55
  • Cloud Computing 56
  • Big Data Analytics 56
  • Artificial Intelligence 57
  • Facial Recognition 57
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) 57
  • Fog Computing 57
  • IoT Lies at the Heart of the Connected Self-Aware Environment Epitomized by Smart Cities 58
  • IoT Implementations in Smart Homes & Buildings 59
  • EXHIBIT 9: Connected Things in Smart Cities: Installed Base (in Million) by Segment for 2015 and 2019 60
  • Growing Prominence of Sensor Technology in Smart Cities 61
  • Rising Significance of Smart City as a Service 61
  • Unified Smart City Platforms Allow Big Data to Become a Reality 63
  • Transformative Role of AI Technologies in Smart Cities Optimizes Urban Services 64
  • EXHIBIT 10: Developments in AI Paves the Way for Increase Use of AI Intelligence in Smart Cities: World Market for AI-based Hardware, Software and Services (In US$ Million) by Technology for the Years 2018, 2022 and 2024 67
  • Big Data Drives Smart Cities Movement and Data Analytics Enhances Smart City Services 67
  • Edge and Fog Computing Facilitate Real-time Analytics with Low Bandwidth Consumption 69
  • Advances in Technology and Innovative Financing Solutions Facilitate Development of Smart City Initiatives 70
  • Communication Networks Hold Significance for Smart Connected Cities 71
  • Wi-Fi Networks Vital for Smart Cities Projects 71
  • Emerging 5G Technology to Foster Implementation of Smart City Technologies 71
  • Mesh Networks for Smart Cities 72
  • Open Data to Provide Long-Term Business Opportunities 73
  • Government Policies: Critical for Fostering Smart City Technology Developments 73
  • E-Government: Imperative for Transforming Cities into Smart Cities 74
  • A Review of Select Smart City Initiatives Implemented Worldwide 74
  • Innovative Smart Cities Solutions and Systems Present Considerable Growth Opportunity 77
  • A Peek at Select Innovations in Smart Cities Space 77
  • The EZ-PRO Shared Delivery Vehicle Concept of Renault 78
  • The Hyperloop Project 78
  • Biomimicry-Based Solutions for Smart City Lighting and Air Pollution Reduction 79
  • Robot Valets for Car Parks at Airports 79
  • Urbiotica's Smart Parking Solution 79
  • Smart Street Lighting System from Citeos 80
  • Automated Waste Management Systems in the US and France 80
  • The Energy Positive Building Powerhouse Brattorkaia in Norway 80
  • The Mexican Smart Forest City 81
  • Floating Homes in Coastal Communities 81
  • Self-Driving Shuttles in New York 81
  • Digital Twin Simulation Software Solutions for Future Urban Development Projects 81
  • Energy Collecting Bike Racks 82
  • AI for Pedestrian Crossing Lights to Prevent Accidents in Vienna 82
  • Going from Idea to Reality: A Peek into How Cities Are Getting Smarter 82
  • Provision of Smart Municipal & Utility Services Gains Momentum 83
  • Smart Grids Vital for Smart Energy Distribution 83
  • EXHIBIT 11: Strong Spending on Smart Grids Strengthens Smart Energy Infrastructure Vital for the Success of Larger Smart City Plans: Global Market for Smart Grids in US$ Billion) for the Years 2018 and 2020 84
  • Smart Metering: Vital for Efficient Energy Use & Consumption Control in Smart Cities 84
  • EXHIBIT 12: Widespread Installation of Smart Electricity Meters to Fuel the Success Rate of Smart City Projects by Improving Customer Service & Encouraging Proactive Management of Energy Usage: Global Smart Electricity Meters Market (in US$ Billion) for the Years 2019, 2021 and 2023 85
  • Spiraling Adoption of Smart Water Meters in Cities Worldwide 86
  • EXHIBIT 13: Surging Penetration of Smart Water Meters & Smart Gas Solutions Helps in the Provision of Smart Utility Services Resulting in the Creation of Smart Outcomes for Citizens & Communities: World Market for Smart Water Meters (In US$ 000) by Geographic Region for the Years 2018, 2022 and 2024 88
  • Demand Responsive Energy Management: Indispensable for a Low Carbon Smart City Footprint 88
  • EXHIBIT 14: Growing Investments in Demand Response Enables Closer Consumer Engagement in Competitive & Smart City Energy Markets: Global Spending On Demand Response Management Systems (DRMS) (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2018, 2022 and 2024 90
  • Security in Smart Cities Receives Undivided Focus 90
  • Video Surveillance Plays an Important Role in Public Safety in Smart Cities 91
  • Advanced Analytics for Surveillance Systems 92
  • Smart Buildings & Homes Receive Fair Share of Development Focus 92
  • Intelligent Buildings Vital for Constructing a Smart City 92
  • EXHIBIT 15: Strong Growth in BEMS Market Indicates Rapid Progress towards Intelligent Buildings: World Market for Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) in US$ Million by Segment for the Years 2018, 2022 & 2024 94
  • Consumer Spending on Smart Home Technologies Gathers Steam 95
  • EXHIBIT 16: Growing Number of Smart Homes Catalyzes the Creation of Smart Cities: Global Smart Homes Market (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2019, 2021, 2023 & 2025 96
  • EXHIBIT 17: Growing Investments in Home Automation Technologies Provides a Fertile Ground for the Growth of IoT: Global Home Automation Revenues in US$ Million by Geographic Region for 2018 and 2024 96
  • EXHIBIT 18: Growing Adoption of Connected Home Equipment Supported by Expanding Digital Lifescape to Benefit Growth of Smart Homes: Percentage Breakdown of Global Smart Home Market by Technology for the 2018 and 2022 97
  • Smart & Connected Lighting Systems Make Cities Smarter, Safer & Help Governments Turn Infrastructure Liabilities into Assets 97
  • Deployment of LED & Smart Streetlights Grows in Cities 99
  • EXHIBIT 19: Focus on Energy Efficient Smart Cities to Trigger Growth in Smart Lighting Technologies: World Market for Smart Lighting in US$ Billion for the Years 2019, 2021, 2023 and 2024 99
  • Smart Digital Education Lies at the Heart of the Smart Cities Concept 100
  • EXHIBIT 20: Deemed as Vital for the Creation of Smart Communities & Cities, the Need to Groom Smart People & Citizens to Drive Robust Demand for Mobile Learning Products & Services: World Market for Mobile Learning (In US$ Billion) for 2018, 2021 and 2024 101
  • Smart Healthcare: A Vital Part of the Smart Cities Ecosystem 102
  • EXHIBIT 21: Robust Market for mHealth Solutions to Aid in the Creation of Smart Cities: World Market for mHealth Solutions (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2019, 2021, 2023 and 2025 103
  • Smart Mobility & Intelligent Transportation Secures a Fair Share of Government Funding 103
  • EXHIBIT 22: Unprecedented Rise of Connected Cars as the Future of Driving to Benefit the Development of Smart Cities: Global Connected Vehicle Shipments (In Million Units) for the Years 2019, 2021 and 2023 105

4. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 106

  • TABLE 1: Smart Cities Global Market Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 106
  • TABLE 2: Smart Cities Market Share Shift across Key Geographies Worldwide: 2019 VS 2025 107
  • TABLE 3: Smart Governance & Education (Application) Global Opportunity Assessment in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 108
  • TABLE 4: Smart Governance & Education (Application) Percentage Share Breakdown of Global Sales by Region/Country: 2019 VS 2025 109
  • TABLE 5: Smart Buildings & Infrastructure (Application) Worldwide Sales in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 110
  • TABLE 6: Smart Buildings & Infrastructure (Application) Market Share Shift across Key Geographies: 2019 VS 2025 111
  • TABLE 7: Smart Energy (Application) Global Market Estimates & Forecasts in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 112
  • TABLE 8: Smart Energy (Application) Market Share Breakdown by Region/Country: 2019 VS 2025 113
  • TABLE 9: Smart Healthcare (Application) Demand Potential Worldwide in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 114
  • TABLE 10: Smart Healthcare (Application) Share Breakdown Review by Region/Country: 2019 VS 2025 115
  • TABLE 11: Smart Security (Application) Worldwide Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 116
  • TABLE 12: Smart Security (Application) Distribution of Global Sales by Region/Country: 2019 VS 2025 117
  • TABLE 13: Other Applications (Application) Sales Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Million by Region/Country for the Years 2018 through 2025 118
  • TABLE 14: Other Applications (Application) Global Market Share Distribution by Region/Country for 2019 and 2025 119

III. MARKET ANALYSIS 120

  • GEOGRAPHIC MARKET ANALYSIS 120
  • UNITED STATES 120
  • Smart Cities Projects in the US Gain Traction 120
  • Smart Gas Solutions Market Poised for Growth 120
  • Rising Investments in Water Utilities with Focus on Smart Water Meters Drive Market Growth 121
  • EXHIBIT 23: Drinking Water Infrastructure Expenditure Needs in the US through 2030 by Project Type 122
  • EXHIBIT 24: US Smart Water Solutions Market: Percentage Breakdown of Spending by Segment for 2016, 2020, and 2024 123
  • Market Analytics 124
  • TABLE 15: United States Smart Cities Latent Demand Forecasts in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 124
  • TABLE 16: Smart Cities Market Share Breakdown in the United States by Application: 2019 VS 2025 125
  • CANADA 126
  • Spending on Smart Cities Continues to Grow 126
  • EXHIBIT 25: Top Use Cases for Smart Cities Spending in Canada: % CAGR by Use Case for the Period 2017-2022 126
  • Market Analytics 127
  • TABLE 17: Canadian Smart Cities Market Quantitative Demand Analysis in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 127
  • TABLE 18: Canadian Smart Cities Market Share Analysis by Application: 2019 VS 2025 128
  • JAPAN 129
  • Market Overview 129
  • Japan Leverages Smart Gas Solutions to Build Low Carbon, Energy-Efficient Society 129
  • Market Analytics 130
  • TABLE 19: Japanese Demand Estimates and Forecasts for Smart Cities in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 130
  • TABLE 20: Smart Cities Market Share Shift in Japan by Application: 2019 VS 2025 131
  • CHINA 132
  • Smart Cities Market in China: An Overview 132
  • EXHIBIT 26: Total Number of Smart City Projects with Financial and Institutional Support from Local Government 133
  • EXHIBIT 27: Smart City Government Informationization Market (In Billion Yuan) for the Years 2016, 2018, 2020 & 2022 134
  • Market Analytics 135
  • TABLE 21: Chinese Demand for Smart Cities in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 135
  • TABLE 22: Chinese Smart Cities Market Share Breakdown by Application: 2019 VS 2025 136
  • EUROPE 137
  • Smart Cities Deployment in Europe Continues to Gain Momentum 137
  • FIWARE: An Open Platform for Smart Cities 138
  • Rising Deployments of Smart Water Meters Augurs Well for Smart Cities Initiatives 138
  • Market Analytics 140
  • TABLE 23: European Smart Cities Market Demand Scenario in US$ Million by Region/Country: 2018-2025 140
  • TABLE 24: European Smart Cities Market Share Shift by Region/Country: 2019 VS 2025 141
  • TABLE 25: European Smart Cities Addressable Market Opportunity in US$ Million by Application: 2018-2025 142
  • TABLE 26: European Smart Cities Market Share Analysis by Application: 2019 VS 2025 143
  • FRANCE 144
  • TABLE 27: Smart Cities Quantitative Demand Analysis in France in US$ Million by Application: 2018-2025 144
  • TABLE 28: French Smart Cities Market Share Analysis: A 7-Year Perspective by Application for 2019 and 2025 145
  • GERMANY 146
  • TABLE 29: Smart Cities Market in Germany: Annual Sales Estimates and Forecasts in US$ Million by Application for the Period 2018-2025 146
  • TABLE 30: Smart Cities Market Share Distribution in Germany by Application: 2019 VS 2025 147
  • ITALY 148
  • TABLE 31: Italian Demand for Smart Cities in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 148
  • TABLE 32: Italian Smart Cities Market Share Breakdown by Application: 2019 VS 2025 149
  • UNITED KINGDOM 150
  • TABLE 33: United Kingdom Demand Estimates and Forecasts for Smart Cities in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 150
  • TABLE 34: Smart Cities Market Share Shift in the United Kingdom by Application: 2019 VS 2025 151
  • REST OF EUROPE 152
  • TABLE 35: Rest of Europe Smart Cities Addressable Market Opportunity in US$ Million by Application: 2018-2025 152
  • TABLE 36: Rest of Europe Smart Cities Market Share Analysis by Application: 2019 VS 2025 153
  • ASIA-PACIFIC 154
  • Asian Economies Focus on Development of Smart Cities 154
  • Market Analytics 155
  • TABLE 37: Smart Cities Quantitative Demand Analysis in Asia-Pacific in US$ Million by Application: 2018-2025 155
  • TABLE 38: Asia-Pacific Smart Cities Market Share Analysis: A 7-Year Perspective by Application for 2019 and 2025 156
  • REST OF WORLD 157
  • Middle East: Huge Opportunity for Smart City Developments 157
  • Rising Power Demand Propels Growth in Smart Power Metering Technologies 158
  • UAE Focuses on Developing Connected, Smart Cities 158
  • Latin American Smart Cities Market: An Overview 159
  • EXHIBIT 28: Major Megacities in Latin America by Population (in Million) by 2025 159
  • Market Analytics 160
  • TABLE 39: Rest of World Smart Cities Market Quantitative Demand Analysis in US$ Million by Application: 2018 to 2025 160
  • TABLE 40: Rest of World Smart Cities Market Share Analysis by Application: 2019 VS 2025 161

IV. COMPETITION

  • Total Companies Profiled : 96 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 100)