Opportunities in the Australian Smart Water Systems Market

Mass Adoption by Utilities Nearing the Tipping Point, But Significant Challenges Ahead

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This study looks at the current state of play in the Australian Smart Water Systems market. It looks at the overall size and growth rates of the market and discusses key drivers and restraints impacting the development of the market. Additionally, it analyses the competitive structure of the market and discusses the overall trends that are shaping the market. It aims to highlight the key technology questions that are facing utilities in terms of their smart water strategy, and it also provides context for the Australian Smart Water System market through case studies of existing rollouts. The study also provides an overview of the status and trends in smart water systems in key markets around the globe.

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Opportunities in the Australian Smart Water Systems MarketExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)IntroductionDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Market SegmentationSmart Water System OverviewWhy Smart Water MetersWhy Smart Water Meters (continued)ICT–enabled ImprovementsUses of Smart Water MetersWhat Intelligent Transformation Means for Water UtilitiesTechnology Trends—OverviewApplication of Real–time DataBenefits and ChallengesImmediate ConsiderationsWater Industry Overview in AustraliaWater DemographicsExpenditureAustralian Residential SectorIndustry Structure and StakeholdersDrivers and RestraintsSmart Water Meter Market IssuesMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Smart Water Systems Market AnalysisSmart Water Systems Market—Revenue ForecastSmart Water Systems Market—Revenue Forecast DiscussionSmart Water Systems Market—Percent Revenue BreakdownAMR versus AMI Smart Water SystemsAMR versus AMI Smart Water Systems (continued)Communication Network TypesCommunication Network Types (continued)Communication Network Types (continued)Competitive LandscapeTechnology Trends—Convergence Opportunities with Other SectorsCompetitive Factors and Assessment Competitive Factors and Assessment (continued) Leading Industry ParticipantsLeading Industry Participants (continued)Convergence of Key Market ParticipantsSmart Water End–market TrendsUtility PerspectivesCase Study 1—Kalgoorlie Smart Metering Trial by Water CorporationCase Study 2—Mackay Real Time Water Meter Reading Rollout by Mackay Regional CouncilCase Study 3—Southern Residential Metering Project by TasWaterKey Takeaways from Case StudiesEnd–user Perspectives—ResidentialEnd–user Perspectives—AgricultureEnd–user Perspectives—CommercialEnd–user Perspectives—IndustrialGlobal Smart Water Systems TrendsGlobal Smart Water Meter SnapshotGlobal Hot SpotsGlobal Smart Water Systems MarketGlobal Smart Water Systems Market (continued)Global Smart Water Systems Market (continued)Global Smart Water Systems Market (continued)ConclusionsUse of IoT in Smart Water SystemsLooking AheadLooking Ahead (continued)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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