Future of Infrastructure

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The research service exhibits visionary thinking by identifying and analyzing one of the significant Mega Trends: Future of Infrastructure. "Smart" as a value proposition has been increasingly replacing green concepts, with innumerable smart innovations in the infrastructure space. This study highlights examples of projects, companies, and technologies that will invade and change the smart infrastructure landscape globally by 2030. It also provides information on the total addressable smart infrastructure market size opportunity, offers stakeholder analyses, and discusses revenue opportunities.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Defining Smart Infrastructure
Key Findings of the Study
Smart Infrastructure: Key Takeaways, Global, 2013–2030
Smart Infrastructure: Key Takeaways, Global, 2011–2030
2. Research Scope, Objectives, and Background
Research Scope
Study Period
Forecast Period
Geographical Scope
Industries Covered
Research Methodology
Secondary Research
Primary Research
Top Technology Hypes of the Future–Key Industry Participants, Global, 2013
Research Background
From Macro to Micro Trends
Mega Trend
Sub Trend
Impact to Your Industry
Impact on Future Products and Technology
Analysis of Opportunities and Unmet Needs
3. Overview and Structure
Future of Infrastructure
Scope of Research, Global, 2013–2030
Type of Infrastructure
Areas Considered
What is Covered?
Research Structure
4. Infrastructure Definition—Current vs. Smart
Defining Smart Infrastructure
Smart Infrastructure vs. Traditional Infrastructure
What Makes Infrastructure Smart?
Illustration of St. Anthony’s Falls Bridge, US, 2014
Evolution to Smart Infrastructure
5. Mega Trends Affecting Infrastructure
Mega Trends Affecting the Future of Infrastructure
Connectivity and Convergence
Smart is the New Green
Big Data Analytics for Smarter Infrastructure
Big Data, Sources, and Types of Services in Infrastructure, Global, 2014
Big Data Analytics
Global Smart Cities in 2025
Smart City Wish list of Products/Services for Infrastructure
Global Urban Population
6. Global Infrastructure Investment Potential and Smart Infrastructure Opportunities
Global Infrastructure Investment Need up to 2030
Smart Capex Costs for Total Infrastructure
Smart Infrastructure Solution Providers
Revenue Targets and Earning from Smart Infrastructure Solutions
Smart Infrastructure Vertical Focus by Company, Global, 2014
Target Verticals
Revenue Earnings
7. Communication Infrastructure
Elements of a Healthy Digital Economy, Global, 2014
Checklist for an Integrated ICT Infrastructure
Anatomy of a Broadband Network
Access Network
Core Network
Broadband Infrastructure Impact Channels
Broadband Penetration Targets—Cost-Benefit Analysis
Fixed Broadband
Mobile Broadband
Prevalent Broadband Technologies
Comparison of Broadband Technologies, Global, 2014
Wired Broadband
Wireless Broadband
Comparing Mobile Broadband Technologies
Case Study—Gigabit Ultra-Broadband for Rural Communities
Alcatel-Lucent Gigabit Ultra-Broadband Portfolio
Alcatel-Lucent Best Practices
Urban Operating Systems
Plug-and-Play Apps
Smart Utility Management
Integrating Weather Data
5G Technology will enable new services
8. Utilities Infrastructure
Power Infrastructure Investment Projection
Global Smart Grid Investment, Global, 2012–2030
Grid Infrastructure—From Macro to Micro-Generation
Current Grid Infrastructure
Smart Grid Infrastructure
Case Study—Incremental Investment Scenario for Smart Electricity Infrastructure
Incremental Investment Scenario for Power Infrastructure, United Kingdom, 2012–2050
Utilities Infrastructure Gap and Economic Impact
Water Infrastructure—Demand–Supply Imbalance
Key Strategies to Improve Water Security
Benefit Analysis for Smart Water Solutions
Case Study—Tuas Seawater Desalination Plant, Singapore
Singapore’s National Water Supply Strategy
Tuas Phase I
Tuas Phase II
Urban Smart Water Grid Infrastructure
Smart Meter
Smart Valve
Smart Pumps
Contaminant Sensor
Case Study—Water Monitoring goes the Big Data Way
TaKaDu’s Approach for Converting Data into Insights
Impact on Water Utilities
Smart Waste Recycling Processing Infrastructure
Waste Management becomes ―Waste to Energy‖
Waste Management Phase
Waste-to-Energy Process
Waste Management Services Market: Waste Management Stream and Waste Processing Steps, Global, 2013
Waste-to-Energy Technologies
Use of Air
9. Mobility Infrastructure
Strategies to Reduce CO2 from Mobility
Mobility System Usage Perspective
Mobility System Performance Perspective
Intelligent Urban Traffic Management System
Anatomy of Urban Traffic Management System
Cost-Benefit Scenario
Intelligent Transportation System
Conventional Transportation System
Urban Mobility Infrastructure Gap and Economic Impact, Global, 2013–2030
From Transportation to Mobility Integration
Mobility Integration
Factors Driving Mobility Integration
Mobility Integration Realizing Multimodal Mobility
Multimodal Mobility—Best Practices, Global, 2014
Case Study—Siemens Smart Mobility Solutions
Siemens’ Vision for the Future— Complete Mobility
10. Strategic Conclusions
Stakeholders Shaping the City
Transformational Shifts in Regulatory Approach
Historical Perspective
Future Perspective
Consumers Become ―Prosumers
Key Functional Aspects of Prosumers
Financial Opportunities Due to Smart Infrastructure
Action Plan for Infrastructure Solution Providers
Summarizing Smart Infrastructural Aspects
Infrastructural Aspects
Best Practices
Legal Disclaimer
11. Appendix
Global Infrastructure Investment Trends
Case Study—Europe, the ―Sleeping Giant‖ of Smart Grid Investments
Case Study—London Crossrail
Mobility Infrastructure Investment Needs until 2030

List of Figures & Charts

1. Cumulative Estimated Investments under a BAU Scenario, Global, 2010 and 2030
2. Smart Infrastructure Investment by Segment, Global, 2010–2030
3. Smart Infrastructure Product Portfolio by Company, Global, 2014

1. Percentage of Urban Population, Global, 2010 and 20130
2. Share of Cumulative Estimated Investments under a BAU Scenario, Global, 2010 and 2030
3. Cumulative Infrastructure Investment by Region, Global, 2010–2030
4. Cumulative Infrastructure Investment by Sector, Global, 2010–2030
5. Fixed Broadband Penetration Target, Global, 2014 and 2030
6. Fixed Broadband Cost–Benefit, Global, 2014 and 2030
7. Mobile Broadband Penetration Target, Global, 2014 and 2030
8. Mobile Broadband Cost–Benefit, Global, 2014 and 2030
9. Percent Installed Capacity, Global, 2030
10. Percent Electricity Generation, Global, 2030
11. Electricity Generation Forecast, Global, 2025
12. Smart Grid Investment, Global, 2012 and 2030
13. Investment by Country, Global, 2012 and 2030
14. Demand–Supply Gap In Water, Global, 2011–2025
15. Water Availability, China and India, 2025
16. Annual Utility Operating Cost Expenditure, Global, 2012
17. Annual Savings to Utilities due to Smart Water Solutions, Global, 2012
18. Population Growth, Global, 2006, 2013, and 2030
19. Global Urban Population Growth, Global, 2006, 2013, and 2030
20. Climate Change, Global, 2006, 2013, and 2030
21. Annual Smart Grid Project Budgets, Europe, 2002–2014
22. Aggregate Transport Infrastructure Investment Needs, Global, 2012–2030

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