Connected Living

Connected Living Updated Research Available

Connected Homes, Work, and Digital Cities to Create a $731.79-billion Market Opportunity by 2020

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28-Apr-2014
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Research Code: M94C-01-00-00-00
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The research service sets the stage for visionary thinking by identifying and analyzing one of the significant Mega Trends—Connected Living—where ICT-enabled services are being offered to consumers in every aspect of their lives including homes, work and city environments. This presentation would highlight examples of projects, companies and technologies that will invade and change the connected living space globally in the next decade. It also provides information on the total addressable connected living market size opportunity and discusses connected living business models and value chain. It also provides an analysis of macro-to-micro implications of connectivity in driving convergence of competition.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study

Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)

Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)

Executive Summary—Definition of Connected Living

Executive Summary—Connected Living: Market Size

Executive Summary—Connected Living: Breakdown by Segments

Executive Summary—Machine-to-machine (M2M) Value Chain Expandsto Offer Connected Living Services

Executive Summary—Vision of a Connected Home

Executive Summary—Vision of Connected Workplace: The Essential Features

Executive Summary—Work Practices Move to the Cloud

Executive Summary—Innovative, Mobile Connected: Working Examples

Executive Summary—Vision of a Connected City

Executive Summary—Case Study: Cisco and MIT’s Vision For a Personalized Bus

Executive Summary—Connected Living: Value Chain of Smart Solutions

Executive Summary—Connected Living: Types of Services

Executive Summary—Connected Living: Types of Service Providers

Executive Summary—Comparative Snapshot of Key Products and Services by Type of Provider

Executive Summary—Key Participants in Connected Living: A Snapshot

Executive Summary—The Next Game Changers

Executive Summary—Key Future Predictions for the Connected Living

Executive Summary—Strategic Recommendations

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Research Background

Research Methodology—From Macro to Micro

Research Methodology—From Macro to Micro (continued)

Research Methodology

Definitions Used in the Study

Abbreviations Used in the Study

Definition of Connected Living

Vision of a Connected Home

Vision of Connected Workplace—The Essential Features

Vision of a Connected City

Vision of a Connected Life

Connected Living—Market Size

Connected Living—Breakdown by Segments

Rise of Connected Devices in Connected Life

Basket of Communication—A Comparison

M2M Value Chain to Offer Connected Living Services

Additional Telecom Revenue from New M2M Services

Vision of a Connected Home

Connected Home

Home Automation and Control—Definition and Key Segments

How Does Home Automation Work?

Telecom Players Tapping into Home Automation

Future of Home Automation—Cloud-based Platforms

Home Energy Management Systems—Definition and Key Segments

Home Energy Management Systems

Home Energy Systems—A Comparison

Non-utility Companies—Launching Innovative HEMS Products

Home Media and Entertainment—Definition and Key Segments

Types of Home Media and Entertainment Services

Home Health—Definition and Key Segments

Home Health—Assisted Living in the Home

Home Health—Telehealth

Future of Connected Home Devices

Key Connected Home Technologies

Connected Homes and Existing Product Portfolio

Connected Home’s Most Integrated Platform—QIVICON

Vision of Connected Workplace—The Essential Features

Connected Work—Enterprise Communication

Connected Work—Enterprise Communications: Unified Communications

Connected Work—Enterprise Communications: Infrastructure

Connected Work—Mobile Working

Mobile Working Styles*

The Rise of Enterprise Mobility Solutions

Innovative Mobile Connected—Working Examples

Connected Work—Social Networking

Lead Collaboration and Network Solutions

Case Study—Cisco Smart Work Centers

Work Practices Move to the Cloud

Connected Work and Existing Product Portfolio

Vision of a Connected City

Difference Between Smart and Connected City

Connected City—Governance

Connected City—Governance (continued)

Connected City—Governance (continued)—mGovernance Case

Connected City—Transportation and Mobility

Case Study—Cisco and MIT’s Vision For a Personalized Bus

Case Study—Cisco’s Smart Urban Public Transportation

Connected Transportation Case Study—Siemens Complete Mobility

Case Study—Traffic Prediction Tool: Singapore

Connected City—Potential of eEducation

Case Study—Cisco’s Virtual Classroom

Connected City—Banking and Financial Services

Value of Mobile Payment Transaction—$1.6 Trillion by 2020

Mobile Payment Methods

Future of Connectivity in Cities

Case Study—uCity Project, Korea

Connected Living—Value Chain of Smart Solutions

Connected Living—Types of Services

Connected Living—Types of Service Providers

Connected Living—Typical Suite of Solutions by Service Provider (Examples)

Comparative Snapshot of Key Products and Services by Type of Provider

Comparative Analysis of Connected Living Solution Providers

Case Study—Philips Hue: Assimilators Business Model

Connected Living—Aggregators Business Model

Case Study—IBM: Integrators Business Model

Comparing Connected Living Roles

Connected Living—Future Opportunities

Key Participants in Connected Living—A Snapshot

The Next Game Changers

Future of Business Models in Connected Living—Co-opetition

Future of Connected Living Verticals

Future Value Chain

Mobile at the Center of Connected Living—Evolution of the Mobile Phone

Key Future Predictions for the Connected Living

Strategic Recommendations

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

The research service sets the stage for visionary thinking by identifying and analyzing one of the significant Mega Trends—Connected Living—where ICT-enabled services are being offered to consumers in every aspect of their lives including homes, work and city environments. This presentation would highlight examples of projects, companies and technologies that will invade and change the connected living space globally in the next decade. It also provides information on the total addressable connected living market size opportunity and discusses connected living business models and value chain. It also provides an analysis of macro-to-micro implications of connectivity in driving convergence of competition.
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Deliverable Type Megatrends
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Author Archana Devi Vidyasekar
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number M94C-01-00-00-00
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