Smart City Pulse

Survey of Solution Providers Offers Insights into Key Global Trends and the Future of Smart Cities

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The Smart City movement continues to gain traction, with increasing connectivity and novel solutions joining forces to tackle urbanization's top challenges. As cities undertake Smart City initiatives, solution providers must develop offerings aligned with customer expectations, and city-customers must convey the motivators propelling and restraints impacting their projects. This study offers solution providers’ perspectives on current Smart City readiness and trends, including project intensity by region and revenue growth projections; top Smart City engagement challenges, city motivations, and project restraints; popular funding instruments; and predictions on technology innovations and future Smart City scenarios. The survey year is 2016.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Research Scope, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Survey Year
Survey Timeframe
Geographical Scope
Concepts Covered
Research Background
Methodology
3. Smart City Revenue Trends, Growth Projections, and Regions of Focus
Activity in Smart City Concepts
Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in a Listed Smart City Concept, Global, 2016
Revenue Attributed to Smart City Solutions
Degree of Smart City Focus on Global Regions
Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Country is of Great Interest for their Organization’s Smart City Pursuits—Top 3 Countries per Region, Global, 2016
Smart City Pulse: Average Percentage of Smart City Focus Organizations Place on Listed Regions Broken Down by Region of Headquarters—North America, Europe, and Latin America Outflows, Global, 2016
Smart City Pulse: Average Percentage of Smart City Focus Organizations Place on Listed Regions Broken Down by Region of Headquarters—Middle East, Asia-Pacific, and Africa Outflows, Global, 2016
Activity in Smart City Concepts by Region of Focus
Current and Future Smart City Market Position
Smart City Pulse: Smart City Market Position Categories, Area of Focus, and Sample Solutions, Global, 2016
4. Smart City Receptivity, Challenges, Motivations, and Restraints
Receptivity to the Smart City Concept
Overview of Top 5 Challenges, Motivations, and Restraints for Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
Smart City Engagement Challenges
Smart City Motivations
Smart City Project Restraints
Smart City Influencers
5. Smart City Funding, Business Model, and Future Trends
Smart City Funding Overview
Smart City Business Models
Smart City Project Types
Smart City Solution Showcasing Vehicle
Future Smart City Technologies
6. Smart City Themes Voiced by Respondents
Smart City Themes
Theme 1: Speed of Progress
Theme 2: Citizens-as-the-customer
Theme 3: Business Model Evolution
Theme 4: Sensors, Data, and Ubiquitous Connectivity
Theme 5: Improved Quality of Life, but Not Without Challenges
7. Smart City Concept Breakdowns
Smart Governance and Education
Smart Healthcare
Smart Buildings
Smart Mobility
Smart Infrastructure
Smart Technology
Smart Energy
Smart Citizens
Smart Security
8. The Last Word
Key Takeaways
9. Respondent Demographics
Organization Revenues and Respondent Levels
Region of Organization Headquarters
Regions Served by Organizations
Legal Disclaimer
10. Appendix
Other Responses Provided


List of Figures & Charts

1. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2015 and 2016
2. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
3. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
4. Smart City Pulse: Average Percentage of Smart City Focus Organizations Place on Listed Regions, Global, 2016
5. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in a Listed Smart City Concept Broken Down by Region of Focus, Global, 2016
6. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Current and Future Market Position of Organizations, Global, 2016
7. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Degree of City-Customer Receptivity to Smart City Concepts by Population Size, Global, 2016
8. Smart City Pulse: Ranking of Project Engagement Challenges for Organizations According to Percentage of Total Points Allocated by Respondents, Global, 2016
9. Smart City Pulse: Ranking of City Motivations According to Percentage of Total Points Allocated by Respondents, Global, 2016*
10. Smart City Pulse: Ranking of Project Restraints According to Percentage of Total Points Allocated by Respondents, Global, 2016
11. Smart City Pulse: Ranking of Short-term Smart City Influencers According to Percentage of Total Points Allocated by Respondents, Global, 2016
12. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
13. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
14. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
15. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating their Organization Uses Each Smart City Solution Showcasing Vehicle, Global, 2016
16. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Level of Technology Influence on Future Smart City Developments, Global, 2016
17. Smart City Pulse: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Level of Technology Influence on Future Smart City Developments, Global, 2016
18. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
19. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
20. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
21. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
22. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
23. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
24. Smart Governance and Education: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
25. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
26. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
27. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
28. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
29. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
30. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
31. Smart Healthcare: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
32. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
33. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
34. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
35. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
36. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
37. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
38. Smart Buildings: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
39. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
40. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
41. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
42. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
43. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
44. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
45. Smart Mobility: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
46. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
47. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
48. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
49. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
50. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
51. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
52. Smart Infrastructure: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
53. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
54. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
55. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
56. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
57. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
58. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
59. Smart Technology: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
60. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
61. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
62. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
63. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
64. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
65. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
66. Smart Energy: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
67. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
68. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
69. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
70. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
71. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
72. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
73. Smart Citizens: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
74. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Organizational Activity in Other Smart City Concepts, Global, 2016
75. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Solution Categories of Greatest Interest for Cities, Global, 2016
76. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Revenue Band for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
77. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Projected Revenue Growth Rates for their Organization’s Smart City Solutions, Global, 2016
78. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Use of Funding Vehicle, Global, 2016
79. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Project Type that Represents the Majority of their Organization’s Smart City Engagements, Global, 2016
80. Smart Security: Percentage of Respondents Indicating Operates or Heavily Operates Under Smart City Business Models, Global, 2016
81. Smart City Pulse: Total 2015 Revenues for Respondent Organization, Global, 2016
82. Smart City Pulse: Respondent Level, Global, 2016
83. Smart City Pulse: Regions Served by Respondent Organization (Including and Excluding Smart City Activity), Global, 2016



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