Connected Living

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

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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.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Findings of the StudyExecutive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)Executive Summary—Definition of Connected LivingExecutive Summary—Connected Living: Market SizeExecutive Summary—Connected Living: Breakdown by SegmentsExecutive Summary—Machine-to-machine (M2M) Value Chain Expandsto Offer Connected Living ServicesExecutive Summary—Vision of a Connected HomeExecutive Summary—Vision of Connected Workplace: The Essential FeaturesExecutive Summary—Work Practices Move to the CloudExecutive Summary—Innovative, Mobile Connected: Working ExamplesExecutive Summary—Vision of a Connected CityExecutive Summary—Case Study: Cisco and MIT’s Vision For a Personalized Bus Executive Summary—Connected Living: Value Chain of Smart SolutionsExecutive Summary—Connected Living: Types of ServicesExecutive Summary—Connected Living: Types of Service ProvidersExecutive Summary—Comparative Snapshot of Key Products and Services by Type of ProviderExecutive Summary—Key Participants in Connected Living: A SnapshotExecutive Summary—The Next Game ChangersExecutive Summary—Key Future Predictions for the Connected LivingExecutive Summary—Strategic Recommendations Research Scope, Objectives, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro to MicroResearch Methodology—From Macro to Micro (continued)Research MethodologyDefinitions Used in the StudyAbbreviations Used in the StudyIntroduction to Connected Living—Definition and Market SegmentsDefinition of Connected LivingVision of a Connected HomeVision of Connected Workplace—The Essential FeaturesVision of a Connected CityVision of a Connected LifeConnected Living Market Overview—Market Size and Key TrendsConnected Living—Market SizeConnected Living—Breakdown by SegmentsRise of Connected Devices in Connected LifeBasket of Communication—A ComparisonM2M Value Chain to Offer Connected Living ServicesAdditional Telecom Revenue from New M2M ServicesConnected HomeVision of a Connected HomeConnected HomeHome Automation and Control—Definition and Key SegmentsHow Does Home Automation Work?Telecom Players Tapping into Home AutomationFuture of Home Automation—Cloud-based PlatformsHome Energy Management Systems—Definition and Key SegmentsHome Energy Management Systems Home Energy Systems—A ComparisonNon-utility Companies—Launching Innovative HEMS ProductsHome Media and Entertainment—Definition and Key SegmentsTypes of Home Media and Entertainment ServicesHome Health—Definition and Key SegmentsHome Health—Assisted Living in the HomeHome Health—Telehealth Future of Connected Home DevicesKey Connected Home TechnologiesConnected Homes and Existing Product PortfolioConnected Home’s Most Integrated Platform—QIVICONConnected WorkVision of Connected Workplace—The Essential FeaturesConnected Work—Enterprise CommunicationConnected Work—Enterprise Communications: Unified CommunicationsConnected Work—Enterprise Communications: InfrastructureConnected Work—Mobile WorkingMobile Working Styles*The Rise of Enterprise Mobility SolutionsInnovative Mobile Connected—Working ExamplesConnected Work—Social NetworkingLead Collaboration and Network SolutionsCase Study—Cisco Smart Work CentersWork Practices Move to the CloudConnected Work and Existing Product PortfolioConnected CityVision of a Connected CityDifference Between Smart and Connected CityConnected City—Governance Connected City—Governance (continued)Connected City—Governance (continued)—mGovernance Case Connected City—Transportation and MobilityCase Study—Cisco and MIT’s Vision For a Personalized Bus Case Study—Cisco’s Smart Urban Public TransportationConnected Transportation Case Study—Siemens Complete MobilityCase Study—Traffic Prediction Tool: SingaporeConnected City—Potential of eEducationCase Study—Cisco’s Virtual ClassroomConnected City—Banking and Financial ServicesValue of Mobile Payment Transaction—$1.6 Trillion by 2020Mobile Payment MethodsFuture of Connectivity in CitiesCase Study—uCity Project, Korea Connected Living Business Models—Value Chain and Types of Service ModelsConnected Living—Value Chain of Smart SolutionsConnected Living—Types of ServicesConnected Living—Types of Service ProvidersConnected Living—Typical Suite of Solutions by Service Provider (Examples)Comparative Snapshot of Key Products and Services by Type of ProviderComparative Analysis of Connected Living Solution ProvidersCase Study—Philips Hue: Assimilators Business Model Connected Living—Aggregators Business Model Case Study—IBM: Integrators Business Model Comparing Connected Living RolesConnected Living—Future OpportunitiesKey Participants in Connected Living—A SnapshotThe Next Game ChangersFuture of Connected Living—Key Predictions and RecommendationsFuture of Business Models in Connected Living—Co-opetitionFuture of Connected Living Verticals Future Value Chain Mobile at the Center of Connected Living—Evolution of the Mobile PhoneKey Future Predictions for the Connected LivingStrategic Recommendations Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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