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スマート水道網:水道網の効率を最適化するソリューションのビジネスチャンス

Smart Water Networks: Opportunities in Water Network Efficiency Optimisation

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スマート水道網:水道網の効率を最適化するソリューションのビジネスチャンス Smart Water Networks: Opportunities in Water Network Efficiency Optimisation
出版日: 2013年12月20日 ページ情報: 英文
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スマートウォーターネットワークは世界でも高い評価を得ている日本の漏水管理技術(漏水率5%未満)を海外に展開する上で、注目のセクターになります。ポンプ、バルブ、パイプなどの機器サプライヤーをはじめ、データ収集、ネットワークモニタリング技術を持つメーカー様、通信、データ管理、ソフトウェア、システムインテグレーター、投資銀行、コンサルティング、ユーティリティ事業者様など、当レポートのユーザー対象は幅広くなります。
概要

当レポートの概要

水道事業者による水と経費の節減に貢献

  • 水道事業者がスマート水道システムを導入した場合、最大で125億ドルの節減が可能になる見通しであり、スマート水道関連の企業は、適切なソリューションを提供することで大きなビジネスチャンスを手にすることができるといいます。水道事業者がスマート水道網を導入すれば、既存の水供給体制をチェックして、能力を最大限まで高めることが可能になり、クラウドベースのプラットフォームを利用して顧客サービスの改善を求める監督機関の要望に対応しながら、新たなインフラストラクチャに対する支出を削減し、確実な水供給と水道網全体の効率化を実現することができます。また、長期的な観点からも多くのメリットが期待できます。今水資源の節約に向けた取り組みに着手することで、気候変動や水不足の深刻化、人口の増加などが予想される将来においても水道事業を良好な状態に保つことができます。

スマート水道の投資対効果の検討

  • 水道事業者にとって最大の課題は、スマート水道網への投資に正当な根拠を与えるしっかりとした投資対効果検討書の作成であり、水道事業者がその利点を認識できるよう助けることがソリューションプロバイダーの役割ということになります。本調査レポートは、水道事業者が直面する市場のトレンドや課題を分析したもので、自社のソリューションを導入することが価値ある投資になるということを水道事業者に納得してもらうための強力な戦略をプロバイダーが構築する際の助けになります。
  • 本調査レポートは、適切な市場に適切なソリューションを投入できるよう支援することを目的としており、既存ソリューションの最大のビジネスチャンスを見つけ出したり、製品開発の計画を立案したりする際の手引きとなります。また、自社のソリューションを補完することが可能な企業と提携するための戦略を立案し、絶えず変化する水道事業者のニーズに対応できる統合スマートソリューションの製品化の可能性を検討する際にも威力を発揮します。
  • スマート水道ソリューションの関連業界は依然として細分化されており、有力企業として事業基盤を確立するまたとないチャンスといえます。本調査レポートは、この市場に関わっていくための計画を立案するための重要なツールとなっています。
    • 世界のスマート水道網関連製品の市場規模と成長率 - 今後5〜10年のスマート水道業界における事業戦略の立案に役立てることができます
    • 市場に参入している主な企業 - スマート水道関連市場の主な企業が紹介されており、提携や競争の相手となる可能性の高い企業を特定したり、適切なスマートソリューションによる市場参入計画を立案したりすることができます
    • 有望な市場の明確化 - 本調査レポートは、全世界の市場に目配りするというアプローチを採用する一方で、最も有望な市場や活発な動きの見られる市場に焦点を絞り込んでおり、競合他社の機先を制する形で成長著しい地域での業績を拡大することができます
    • 市場のトレンド - 本調査レポートは、スマート水道の関連市場で新たに生まれつつある重要なトレンドにスポットライトを当てており、しっかりとした費用対効果の分析に基づいてソリューションを効果的に投入し、サポートしていくことができます
    • 「スマート水道網」とその要素の分析 - スマート水道ソリューションの有望な市場を見つけ出し、製品開発や「スマート水道」関連企業との提携の可能性をピンポイントで探ることができます

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目次

Help utilities to save water and money

According to a report by Sensus, utilities could save up to $12.5 billion by implementing smart water systems, so there are huge opportunities for smart water companies who are offering the right solutions. Smart water networks will allow utilities to monitor and maximise existing water supplies, respond to regulatory pressure for improved customer services using cloud-based platforms, save expenditure on new infrastructure to secure water supplies and generally their network efficiency overall. There are also long-term benefits - saving water resources now will stand utilities in good stead for a future characterised by climate change, increasing water scarcity and population growth.

Highlighting your business case

The biggest challenge for utilities is formulating a strong enough business case to justify investment in smart water networks - and your job is to help them recognise the benefits. The report analyses market trends and the challenges faced by utilities, so you can devise strong strategies to convince utilities that adopting your solution will be a worthwhile investment.

Designed to help you pitch the right solution in the right markets, this report is your guide to identifying the biggest opportunities for your solution now, planning your product development, or devising strategies to partner with businesses who complement your offering - so you can evaluate the potential of providing an integrated smart solutions to meet the changing needs of utilities.

The industry is still fragmented, giving you the ideal opportunity to establish your business as a leading players.

The report is your essential tool to planning your involvement:

  • Global market size and growth rates for the smart network product market -plan your business strategy in smart water for the next 5-10 years
  • Key market players - we identify the market players, so you can identify your potential partners or competitors and plan your market entry with the right smart solution
  • Identify the top markets - the report has a global approach but focuses in on the markets with best prospects and the most activity, so you can capitalise on growth in these regions ahead of your competitors
  • Market trends - the report highlights the key emerging market trends in smart water, helping you to effectively pitch your solution and support it with a strong business case
  • Analysis of the ‘smart water network' and its components - identify the existing prospects for your smart solution and pinpoint opportunities to develop your product and partner with other ‘smart' businesses.

Market analysis: the smart architecture

The report offers a market analysis for every component of the smart water network, including forecasts, technology trends and market player analysis. Designed to help you pitch the right solution in the right markets, this report is your guide to identifying the biggest opportunities for your solution now, planning your product development, or devising strategies to partner with businesses that complement your offering - so you can evaluate the potential of providing an integrated smart solutions to meet the changing needs of utilities:

The smart product market:

  • Pumps, valves pipes. etc
  • Sensing and control technologies
  • Collection and communication solutions
  • Data management and display
  • Data fusion and analysis

Key opportunities and regions

Smart Water Networks takes a global approach to the market, but focuses on trends and opportunities in the areas with the most activity, including the USA, Israel, UK and Australia. So you can get find your foothold in the market, the report explores the following major opportunities:

  • Leakage reduction - non-revenue water through leakage is high globally, even in developed markets, and utilities are losing both revenue and water. We identify significant opportunities in the smart architecture, so you know exactly how and where to pitch your smart solution to utilities.
  • Smart Metering - conventional meters and low meter deployment are becoming the source of billing inaccuracies (often to the detriment of the utility) in a relatively short time span. We show you the markets driven by revenue losses or regulations that demand improved customer information and services - so you can identify the markets with the best opportunities for your solution.
  • Software and cloud-based services - adopting smart systems will result in highly granular data which utilities are not equipped to handle. We show you how this is creating opportunities for software companies to offer data processing services so that utilities can monitor water supply and spend more efficiently.
  • Outsourcing - this report demonstrates why emerging markets with big budgets offer exciting opportunities for smart water network businesses. We identify the regions with the potential to invest in smart solutions but without the local expertise to manage these systems, so you can identify the regions with the biggest demand for your expertise.
  • Integrated solutions and partnerships - we show you how partnering with key players in the smart networks architecture to offer an integrated solution will give you the key to success in getting by in from your target utilities.

Report structure

  • Introduction
  • Market dynamics - drivers, challenges, opportunities, regional trends
  • Market analysis per layer in the smart water architecture
  • Services market - outsourcing and software as a service

Capital expenditure in smart water systems for leakage management
in selected countries, 2011-2018

                        Source: GWI.

Table of Contents

Publication information

Executive summary

  • Capital expenditure on smart water networks, 2013
  • Regional forecast
  • Market forecast for smart water networks in early adopters, 2011-2018
  • Market forecast for smart water networks by region, 2011-2018
  • Benefits of smart water networks

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. What are smart water networks?
    • 1.1.1. Smart water network architecture
    • 1.1.2. Smart water network market segments
  • 1.2. Smart water networks: Tackling supply and demand

2. Market dynamics

  • 2.1. Overview
    • 2.1.1. Market development and adoption
    • 2.1.2. Customisation with integration
    • 2.1.3. Standardisation
    • 2.1.4. Procurement
  • 2.2. Market players
  • 2.3. Market drivers
  • 2.4. Market challenges
  • 2.5. Market access
    • 2.5.1. Established players versus start-ups
    • 2.5.2. Integration and partnerships
      • 2.5.2.1. Instrumentation and communications companies
      • 2.5.2.2. Data management and data analytics companies
      • 2.5.2.3. Sustainability programmes
    • 2.5.3. System integration
  • 2.6. Market opportunities
  • 2.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 2.1: Worldwide capital expenditure on SWN by region, 2011-2018
    • 2.7.1. Smart water network market segments
      • Figure 2.2: Worldwide capital expenditure on SWN by market segment, 2011-2018
    • 2.7.2. Smart water network tiers
      • Figure 2.3: Worldwide capital expenditure on SWN by tier, 2011-2018
    • 2.7.3. SWN early adopters
      • Figure 2.4: Split of the SWN market between early adopters and other countries, 2013KKKKK and 2018
      • Figure 2.5: Capital expenditure on SWN in early adopter countries, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.1. United States
        • Figure 2.6: Capital expenditure on SWN in the United States by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.7: Capital expenditure on SWN in the United States by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.2. Canada
        • Figure 2.8: Capital expenditure on SWN in Canada by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.9: Capital expenditure on SWN in Canada by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.3. United Kingdom
        • Figure 2.10: Capital expenditure on SWN in the United Kingdom by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.11: Capital expenditure on SWN in the United Kingdom by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.4. Netherlands
        • Figure 2.12: Capital expenditure on SWN in the Netherlands by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.13: Capital expenditure on SWN in the Netherlands by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.5. Germany
        • Figure 2.14: Capital expenditure on SWN in Germany by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.15: Capital expenditure on SWN in Germany by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.6. France
        • Figure 2.16: Capital expenditure on SWN in France by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.17: Capital expenditure on SWN in France by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.7. Israel
        • Figure 2.18: Capital expenditure on SWN in Israel by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.19: Capital expenditure on SWN in Israel by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.8. Japan
        • Figure 2.20: Capital expenditure on SWN in Japan by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.21: Capital expenditure on SWN in Japan by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.9. Republic of Korea
        • Figure 2.22: Capital expenditure on SWN in the Republic of Korea by market segments, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.23: Capital expenditure on SWN in the Republic of Korea by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.10. Australia
        • Figure 2.24: Capital expenditure on SWN in Australia by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.25: Capital expenditure on SWN in Australia by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.3.11. Singapore
        • Figure 2.26: Capital expenditure on SWN in Singapore by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.27: Capital expenditure on SWN in Singapore by tier, 2011-2018
    • 2.7.4. Regional forecast
      • 2.7.4.1. North America
      • Figure 2.28: Capital expenditure on SWN in North America by market segment, 2011-2018
      • Figure 2.29: Capital expenditure on SWN in North America by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.2. Latin America and the Caribbean
        • Figure 2.30: Capital expenditure on SWN in Latin America and the Caribbean by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.31: Capital expenditure on SWN in Latin America and the Caribbean by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.3. Western Europe
        • Figure 2.32: Capital expenditure on SWN in Western Europe by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.33: Capital expenditure on SWN in Western Europe by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.4. Eastern Europe and Central Asia
        • Figure 2.34: Capital expenditure on SWN in Eastern Europe and Central Asia by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.35: Capital expenditure on SWN in Eastern Europe and Central Asia by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.5. East Asia and the Pacific
        • Figure 2.36: Capital expenditure on SWN in East Asia and the Pacific by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.37: Capital expenditure on SWN in East Asia and the Pacific by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.6. Southern Asia
        • Figure 2.38: Capital expenditure on SWN in Southern Asia by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.39: Capital expenditure on SWN in Southern Asia by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.7. Middle East and North Africa
        • Figure 2.40: Capital expenditure on SWN in Middle East and North Africa by market segment, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.41: Capital expenditure on SWN in the Middle East and North Africa by tier, 2011-2018
      • 2.7.4.8. Sub-Saharan Africa
        • Figure 2.42: Capital expenditure on SWN in Sub-Saharan Africa by market segments, 2011-2018
        • Figure 2.43: Capital expenditure on SWN in Sub-Saharan Africa by tier, 2011-2018

3. Smart water networks: Market tiers

  • 3.1. Tier 1: Physical components
    • 3.1.1. Tier profile
    • 3.1.2. Companies active in this field
      • Figure 3.1: Companies with smart pump-related solutions
    • 3.1.3. Tier forecast
      • Figure 3.2: Capital expenditure on the physical components tier by country, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.3: Capital expenditure on the physical components tier by region, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.4: Capital expenditure on the physical components tier by SWN market segment, 2011-2018
  • 3.2. Tier 2: Instrumentation - sensing, measuring and control
    • 3.2.1. Tier profile
      • 3.2.1.1. Sensors
      • 3.2.1.2. Meters
    • 3.2.2. Companies with instrumentation-related solutions
      • Figure 3.5: Companies with instrumentation-related solutions
    • 3.2.3. Tier forecast
      • Figure 3.6: Capital expenditure on the instrumentation (sensors / control) tier by country, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.7: Capital expenditure on the instrumentation (sensors / control) tier by region, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.8: Capital expenditure on the instrumentation (sensors / control) tier by SWN market segment
  • 3.3. Tier 3: Communications
    • 3.3.1. Tier profile
      • 3.3.1.1. Overview
      • 3.3.1.2. Tier dynamics
        • Drivers
        • Challenges
      • 3.3.1.3. Communications tier trends
    • 3.3.2. Companies active in this field
      • Figure 3.9: Telecommunications companies active in the SWN market
    • 3.3.3. Tier forecast
      • Figure 3.10: Capital expenditure on the communications tier by country, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.11: Capital expenditure on the communications tier by region, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.12: Capital expenditure on the communications tier by SWN market segment, 2011-2018
  • 3.4. Tier 4: Data management and analysis
    • 3.4.1. Tier profile: Data management
      • 3.4.1.1. Overview
      • 3.4.1.2. Data management dynamics
        • Drivers
        • Challenges
      • 3.4.1.3. Data management trends
    • 3.4.2. Tier profile: Data analysis
      • 3.4.2.1. Overview
      • 3.4.2.2. Data analysis dynamics
        • Drivers
        • Challenges
      • 3.4.2.3. Data analysis trends
    • 3.4.3. Companies active in this field
      • Figure 3.13: Data management and analytics companies active in the SWN market
    • 3.4.4. Tier forecast
      • Figure 3.14: Capital expenditure on the data management and analysis tier by country, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.15: Capital expenditure on the data management and analysis tier by region, 2011-2018
      • Figure 3.16: Capital expenditure on the data management and analysis tier by SWN market segment

4. Smart metering and customer services

  • 4.1. Market trends
    • 4.1.1. Profile
      • 4.1.1.1. Automatic Meter Reading
      • 4.1.1.2. Advanced Metering Infrastructure
      • 4.1.1.3. AMI versus AMR
  • Figure 4.1: AMI versus AMR at a glance
    • 4.1.2. Overview
    • 4.1.3. Segment dynamics
      • 4.1.3.1. Drivers
      • 4.1.3.2. Challenges
    • 4.1.4. Segment trends
    • 4.1.5. Regional trends
      • 4.1.5.1. Asia
      • 4.1.5.2. US
      • 4.1.5.3. Australia
      • 4.1.5.4. Europe
      • 4.1.5.5. Developing countries
  • 4.2. Players
    • Figure 4.2: Players active in the smart metering and customer services segment
  • 4.3. Market forecast
    • Figure 4.3: Capital expenditure on smart water metering and customer services by tier, 2011-2018
    • Figure 4.4: Capital expenditure on smart metering and customer services by country, 2011-2018
    • Figure 4.5: Capital expenditure on smart metering and customer services by region, 2011-2018
    • 4.3.1. Early adopters
      • Figure 4.6: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in the US by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.7: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Canada by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.8: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in the UK by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.9: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in the Netherlands by tier
      • Figure 4.10: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Germany by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.11: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in France by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.12: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Israel by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.13: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Japan by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.14: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Republic of Korea by tier
      • Figure 4.15: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Australia by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.16: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Singapore by tier, 2011-2018
    • 4.3.2. Regional forecast
      • Figure 4.17: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in North America by tier
      • Figure 4.18: Capex on smart metering & customer services in Latin America/Caribbean by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.19: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Western Europe by tier
      • Figure 4.20: Capex on smart metering & customer services in Eastern Europe/Central Asia by tier
      • Figure 4.21: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in East Asia/Pacific by tier
      • Figure 4.22: Capital expenditure on smart metering & customer services in Southern Asia by tier
      • Figure 4.23: Capex on smart metering & customer services in Middle East/North Africa by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 4.24: Capex on smart metering & customer services in Sub-Saharan Africa by tier, 2011-2018

5. Smart leakage management

  • 5.1. Overview
    • Figure 5.1: Non-revenue water rates in selected countries
  • 5.2. Drivers for adoption
  • 5.3. Conventional leakage management
    • Figure 5.2: IWA leakage management methods
  • 5.4. Smart technologies for managing leakage
    • 5.4.1. Smart leakage detection or localising
    • 5.4.2. Smart leakage pinpointing or location
    • 5.4.3. Smart or advanced pressure management
    • 5.4.4. Smart asset management
  • 5.5. Market participants
    • Figure 5.3: Companies active in smart leakage management
  • 5.6. Challenges in adopting smart leakage solutions
  • 5.7. Market forecast
    • Figure 5.4: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management by tier, 2011-2018
    • Figure 5.5: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management by country, 2011-2018
    • Figure 5.6: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management by region, 2011-2018
    • 5.7.1. Early adopters
      • Figure 5.7: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in the US by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.8: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Canada by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.9: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in the United Kingdom by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.10: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in France by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.11: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Germany by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.12: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in the Netherlands by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.13: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Israel by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.14: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Japan by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.15: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in the Republic of Korea by tier
      • Figure 5.16: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Australia by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.17: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Singapore by tier, 2011-2018
    • 5.7.2. Regions
      • Figure 5.18: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in North America by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.19: Capex on smart leakage management in Latin America and the Caribbean by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.20: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Western Europe by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.21: Capex on smart leakage management in Eastern Europe and Central Asia by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.22: Capex on smart leakage management in East Asia and the Pacific by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.23: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Southern Asia by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.24: Capex on smart leakage management in the Middle East and North Africa by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 5.25: Capital expenditure on smart leakage management in Sub-Saharan Africa by tier, 2011-2018

6. Smart water quality monitoring

  • 6.1. Approaches to monitoring drinking water quality
  • 6.2. What is smart water quality monitoring?
    • 6.2.1. Water safety/security
    • 6.2.2. Smart WQM for operational purposes - the business case
  • 6.3. Early adopters and smart WQM development paths
    • 6.3.1. US
    • 6.3.2. EU
  • 6.4. Drivers for adoption
  • 6.5. Challenges to adoption
  • 6.6. Accessing the smart WQM market
  • 6.7. Market players
    • Figure 6.1: Companies active in smart WQM
  • 6.8. Market forecast
    • Figure 6.2: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in early adopter countries by tier, 2011-2018
    • Figure 6.3: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in the early adopter countries, 2011-2018
    • 6.8.1. Early adopters
      • Figure 6.4: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in the United States by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.5: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Canada by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.6: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in the United Kingdom by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.7: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in the Netherlands by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.8: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Germany by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.9: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in France by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.10: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Israel by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.11: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Japan by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.12: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Republic of Korea by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.13: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Australia by tier, 2011-2018
      • Figure 6.14: Capital expenditure on smart WQM in Singapore by tier, 2011-2018

7. Services within the SWN market

  • 7.1. Performance-based contracts
    • 7.1.1. Overview
      • 7.1.1.1. Fee structuring
    • 7.1.2. Benefits of PBCs
      • 7.1.2.1. Market opportunities
      • 7.1.2.2. Drivers
      • 7.1.2.3. Challenges
    • 7.1.3. Market players
      • 7.1.3.1. Maynilad (Manila, Philippines) and Miya Water NRW PBC
        • Figure 7.1: Contract performance targets, 2009-2012
        • Figure 7.2: Project indicators, 2007KKKKK and 2011/2012
      • 7.1.3.2. Future projects
      • 7.1.3.3. Company profiles
        • Figure 7.3: System integrators and consultants
  • 7.2. Software as a service (SaaS)
    • 7.2.1. Benefits of SaaS
    • 7.2.2. Drivers and challenges
      • 7.2.2.1. Drivers
      • 7.2.2.2. Challenges
    • 7.2.3. Opportunities in SaaS
      • 7.2.3.1. Market players
        • Figure 7.4: SaaS market players
      • 7.2.3.2. SaaS Projects
        • Figure 7.5: SWN market projects involving SaaS

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