Industrial Internet of Things Market in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2022

Industrial Internet of Things Market in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2022

IIoT is Set to Transform the Manufacturing Landscape Over the Next Decade

RELEASE DATE
24-Oct-2018
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: P9EF-01-00-00-00
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IIoT brings together two separate technologies: Enterprise IT for resource planning and decision support systems, and Operations technology that controls machines/equipment, manufacturing and the related processes. Leveraging this will also require equipping the workforce with adequate skills, and this requires preparation. It is expected that IIoT will offer opportunities to the workforce for learning new skills. It will also computerize many of the tasks, particularly those that are of repetitive nature. In order to cash in on the bigger opportunities from IIoT, the workforce in organizations need to possess skills in data science, software development, hardware engineering, testing, etc. Companies, clients and other stakeholders have to collaborate in order to mitigate the risks typical to those connected to networks.

IIoT platforms are still in an emerging phase and companies are trying to establish themselves across many industries. There is a growing need to come up with open architecture and companies are starting to develop and share non-proprietary platforms. The benefits are for all stakeholders. Companies stand to save more by moving from a “fix when fail” approach to predictive maintenance. Suppliers also benefit as a result of reduced warranty fulfillment costs.

Research Scope

This study provides information on digitization and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) related trends in Asia-Pacific. It provides an overview of smart factory and the need to have open platforms. This is because one of the key considerations while deploying IIoT systems is the manner in which legacy systems are handled as many legacy devices in industrial settings have a long lifespan and it may not be economically viable to upgrade a large number of devices so as to be able to communicate with the cloud.

The study also provides information on the areas of opportunity for suppliers of automation products and systems. It includes three case studies to illustrate how embracing IIoT has helped end users achieve better performance. While it is still early to accurately estimate the benefits, there are technology challenges that need to be overcome, especially in the areas of connectivity and security.


Key Issues Addressed

  • What is IIoT and what are its key components?
  • What are the major drivers and the restraints for IIoT adoption across Asia-Pacific?
  • What is the current market size and what are the prevailing trends across the region?
  • Is IIoT being deployed in a large scale? 
  • What benefits are available to end users by implementing IIoT solutions, and why is it important?

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Market Engineering Measurements

Product Scope

Geographical Scope

End-User Definitions

Overview of IIoT in Manufacturing

Factory Automation—Competition in a Growing Market

M2M and IIoT

Essentials of M2M Communication in Factory Automation

Big Data—Integrated Solutions Suite

Deriving Value from Big Data

Cloud in Manufacturing

Predictive Maintenance

Market Overview—Distribution Channels

Market Drivers

Market Restraints

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Case 1—Cybersecurity Issues and Solutions: FireEye

Case 2—Automation and Process Control Value Chain, Evolving with IIoT: Marubeni

Case 3—Siemens A.G.’s Digital Manufacturing

Investment and Collaborations

Growth Opportunity 1—Collaboration

Growth Opportunity 2—Opportunities for Niche Solution Providers

Strategic Imperatives

Why IIoT—Transition from Centralization to Integration

Why Embrace IIoT?

Analyst Perspective on IIoT

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Figures
  • 1. Total IIoT Market: Factory of the Future: Integrated Solutions in Smart Plants, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 2. Total IIoT Market: Deriving Value from Big Data, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 3. Total IIoT Market: Cloud in Manufacturing, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 4. Total IIoT Market: Predictive Maintenance, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 5. Total IIoT Market: Key Market Drivers, Asia-Pacific, 2018–2022
  • 6. Total IIoT Market: Key Market Restraints, Asia-Pacific, 2018–2022
  • 7. Total IIoT Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Asia-Pacific, 2017
List of Charts
  • 1. Total IIoT Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 2. Total IIoT Market: Parameters Enabling Manufacturing Competitiveness, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 3. Total IIoT Market: M2M Applications in Factory Environment, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 4. Total IIoT Market: Distribution Channel Analysis, Asia-Pacific, 2017
  • 5. Total IIoT Market: Revenue Forecast, Asia-Pacific, 2014–2022
  • 6. Total IIoT Market: Manufacturing Landscape, Asia-Pacific, 2000–2020
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IIoT brings together two separate technologies: Enterprise IT for resource planning and decision support systems, and Operations technology that controls machines/equipment, manufacturing and the related processes. Leveraging this will also require equipping the workforce with adequate skills, and this requires preparation. It is expected that IIoT will offer opportunities to the workforce for learning new skills. It will also computerize many of the tasks, particularly those that are of repetitive nature. In order to cash in on the bigger opportunities from IIoT, the workforce in organizations need to possess skills in data science, software development, hardware engineering, testing, etc. Companies, clients and other stakeholders have to collaborate in order to mitigate the risks typical to those connected to networks. IIoT platforms are still in an emerging phase and companies are trying to establish themselves across many industries. There is a growing need to come up with open architecture and companies are starting to develop and share non-proprietary platforms. The benefits are for all stakeholders. Companies stand to save more by moving from a “fix when fail” approach to predictive maintenance. Suppliers also benefit as a result of reduced warranty fulfillment costs.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

This study provides information on digitization and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) related trends in Asia-Pacific. It provides an overview of smart factory and the need to have open platforms. This is because one of the key considerations while deploying IIoT systems is the manner in which legacy systems are handled as many legacy devices in industrial settings have a long lifespan and it may not be economically viable to upgrade a large number of devices so as to be able to communicate with the cloud.

The study also provides information on the areas of opportunity for suppliers of automation products and systems. It include

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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Executive Summary~ || Market Engineering Measurements~ | Market Overview~ || Product Scope~ || Geographical Scope~ || End-User Definitions~ | Overview of IIoT in Manufacturing~ || Overview of IIoT in Manufacturing~ | Factory Automation~ || Factory Automation—Competition in a Growing Market~ || M2M and IIoT~ || Essentials of M2M Communication in Factory Automation~ | Big Data Analytics~ || Big Data—Integrated Solutions Suite~ || Deriving Value from Big Data~ || Cloud in Manufacturing~ | Predictive Maintenance~ || Predictive Maintenance~ || Market Overview—Distribution Channels~ | Drivers and Restraints—Total IIoT Market~ || Market Drivers~ || Market Restraints~ | Forecasts and Trends—Total IIoT Market~ || Market Engineering Measurements~ || Revenue Forecast~ | Case Studies~ || Case 1—Cybersecurity Issues and Solutions: FireEye~ || Case 2—Automation and Process Control Value Chain, Evolving with IIoT: Marubeni~ || Case 3—Siemens A.G.’s Digital Manufacturing~ | Investment and Collaborations~ || Investment and Collaborations~ | Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action~ || Growth Opportunity 1—Collaboration~ || Growth Opportunity 2—Opportunities for Niche Solution Providers~ || Strategic Imperatives~ | Why IIoT?~ || Why IIoT—Transition from Centralization to Integration~ || Why Embrace IIoT?~ || Analyst Perspective on IIoT~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || List of Exhibits~ | The Frost & Sullivan Story~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Total IIoT Market: Factory of the Future: Integrated Solutions in Smart Plants, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 2. Total IIoT Market: Deriving Value from Big Data, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 3. Total IIoT Market: Cloud in Manufacturing, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 4. Total IIoT Market: Predictive Maintenance, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 5. Total IIoT Market: Key Market Drivers, Asia-Pacific, 2018–2022 ~ 6. Total IIoT Market: Key Market Restraints, Asia-Pacific, 2018–2022~ 7. Total IIoT Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Asia-Pacific, 2017~| 1. Total IIoT Market: Market Engineering Measurements, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 2. Total IIoT Market: Parameters Enabling Manufacturing Competitiveness, Asia-Pacific, 2017 ~ 3. Total IIoT Market: M2M Applications in Factory Environment, Asia-Pacific, 2017 ~ 4. Total IIoT Market: Distribution Channel Analysis, Asia-Pacific, 2017~ 5. Total IIoT Market: Revenue Forecast, Asia-Pacific, 2014–2022~ 6. Total IIoT Market: Manufacturing Landscape, Asia-Pacific, 2000–2020 ~
Author Krishnan Ramanathan
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number P9EF-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9672-A9,9B07-C1,9593,9420