The Role of ICT in Building Smart Cities - Infrastructure

Connectivity, Cloud-based Analytics, and Open Data to be Key Enablers of Future Urban Growth

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An increasing urban population drives the need for more efficient asset and resource management to ensure high-quality living to citizens. The smart city transformation is fuelled by technology advancements and the deployment of intelligence and information management systems. This study investigates how ICT can help urban communities to realise sustainable development. It focuses on three infrastructure-related smart city pillars - smart energy, smart transportation, and smart water - to show growth opportunities driven by future smart cities. The research provides a market analysis of the latest trends in those three areas and strategic recommendations to key stakeholders eyeing smart city market. The study period is from 2012 to 2020.

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Executive SummaryResearch Objectives, Scope, and MethodologyDefinitionsKey Data-related Trends Driven by Smart CitiesKey ICT Investment Opportunities—TechnologiesSmart City Vertical Markets—Market Development Curves Key ICT Investment Opportunities—Smart City Vertical MarketsSmart City Vertical Markets—2020 Market TrendsIntroduction to Smart CitiesKey Challenges Affecting Urban DevelopmentSmart Cities as a Response to Urban ChallengesSmart Cities as a Response to Urban Challenges (continued)Smart City Infrastructure—Market PerspectivesThe Smart City at the Starting PointSmart Energy in the Smart City ContextEnergy-related Urban ChallengesEnergy-related Urban Challenges (continued)Smart Cities' Response to Energy-related ChallengesCurrent Priorities within Smart EnergyInvestigated Smart Energy Technologies—Smart Balancing of the Energy Grid Investigated Smart Energy Technologies—Smart Balancing of the Energy Grid (continued) Investigated Smart Energy Technologies—Customer EngagementInvestigated Smart Energy Technologies—Smart Energy Network Management Top 3 Smart Energy Technologies by 2020Top 3 Smart Energy Technologies by 2020 (continued)Top 3 Smart Energy Technologies by 2020 (continued)Current Development of the Smart Energy MarketCurrent Development of the Smart Energy Market (continued)Current Development of the Smart Energy Market (continued)Smart Energy in the Smart City Context—SummarySmart Transportation in the Smart City ContextTransportation-related Urban ChallengesSmart City Response to Transportation-related ChallengesCurrent Priorities within Smart TransportationInvestigated Smart Transportation Technologies—Real-time Traffic Management and Transport OptimisationInvestigated Smart Transportation Technologies—Convenient Multimodal TransportationInvestigated Smart Transportation Technologies—Convenient Multimodal Transportation (continued)Investigated Smart Transportation Technologies—Environmentally-friendly TransportationInvestigated Smart Transportation Technologies— Environmentally-friendly Transportation (continued)Investigated Smart Transportation Technologies—Environmentally-friendly Transportation (continued)Current Development of Smart Transportation MarketCurrent Development of Smart Transportation Market (continued)Top 3 Smart Transportation Technologies by 2020Top 3 Smart Transportation Technologies by 2020 (continued)Smart Transportation in the Smart City ContextSmart Water in the Smart City ContextWater-related Urban ChallengesWater-related Urban Challenges (continued)Smart City Response to Water-related ChallengesCurrent Priorities within Smart WaterInvestigated Smart Water Technologies—Efficient Water Distribution and Discharge System Investigated Smart Water Technologies—Efficient Water Distribution and Discharge System (continued) Investigated Smart Water Technologies—Sustainable Water Resource ManagementInvestigated Smart Water Technologies—Sustainable Water Resource Management (continued)Investigated Smart Water Technologies—Environmental Monitoring and Risk ManagementCurrent Development of Smart Water MarketTop 3 Smart Water Technologies by 2020Smart Water in the Smart City ContextConclusionKey ICT Investment Opportunities—ICT ComponentsKey ICT Investment Opportunities—ICT Components (continued)Key ICT Investment Opportunities—ICT Components (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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