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Smart Cities - Infrastructure, Information, and Communications Technologies for Energy, Transportation, Buildings, and Government: City and Supplier Profiles, Market Analysis, and Forecasts

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Smart Cities - Infrastructure, Information, and Communications Technologies for Energy, Transportation, Buildings, and Government: City and Supplier Profiles, Market Analysis, and Forecasts

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The next 40 years will see an unprecedented transformation in the global urban landscape. Between 2010 and 2050, the number of people living in cities will increase from 3.6 billion to 6.3 billion. Almost all of that growth will occur in developing countries. By 2025 there will be 37 megacities, each with a population greater than 10 million; 22 of those cities will be in Asia. The impacts of this new phase of urbanization on the global economy and on existing urban infrastructure and resources are already being felt. They are also spurring innovation in urban design, technologies, and services.

Trillions of dollars will be spent on urban infrastructure in this period, presenting an immense opportunity for new transport management systems, smart grids, water monitoring systems, and energy efficient buildings. Information and communication technologies will be deeply embedded in the fabric of both old and new cities and will change the way we think of city operations and how we live and work in these environments. Pike Research forecasts that the smart city technology market will grow from $6.1 billion annually in 2012 to $20.2 billion in 2020.

This Pike Research report examines the evolution of the smart city market, detailing the impacts on key technology markets, including smart grids, water management, transportation, building energy efficiency, and government services. It also compares approaches to the smart city in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and provides detailed profiles of major smart city projects in each region. The report includes forecasts of the size and growth of the market for smart city technologies through 2020, segmented by key smart city industry sector and by region.

Key Questions Addressed:

• What defines the smart city?

• What are the primary market drivers and barriers for smart city development?

• What are the key policy, technology, and economic issues that are influencing the development of smart cities?

• Which smart technologies are having the biggest impact on smart cities and how are smart cities shaping technology developments?

• What financing models are being used in smart city development?

• Who are the key players in the market and how do they relate to each other?

• How large is the global smart city technology market opportunity, and how will it be segmented by industry sector and region?

Who needs this report?

• IT companies

• Networking and telecommunications vendors

• Utilities

• Smart grid hardware and software vendors

• Building equipment and appliance vendors

• Smart transport providers

• Energy management hardware and software vendors

• Real estate developers

• Urban planners

• Municipal governments and other government agencies

• Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Smart Cities: Delivering on the Vision

1.2 Defining the Smart City Market

1.3 Market Drivers

1.3.1 Demographics

1.3.2 Environmental Pressure and Climate Change

1.3.3 Economic Development and Regeneration

1.3.4 Citizen Expectations

1.4 Market Barriers

1.5 The Market Opportunity

2. Market Issues

2.1 Why Cities Matter

2.1.1 An Urban Revolution

2.1.2 Landmarks in Urbanization

2.1.3 The Rise of the Megacity

2.1.4 The Smart City: A Definition

2.2 Market Drivers

2.2.1 Sustainability: Decoupling Growth and Emissions

2.2.2 Improvements in Services and Citizen Well-Being

2.2.3 Driving Economic Growth

2.2.4 Resilient Cities

2.3 From Vision to Implementation: Smart City Operations and Industries

2.3.1 Smart Grids and Renewable Energy

2.3.2 Water and Wastewater Treatment

2.3.3 Transportation

2.3.4 Buildings and Energy Efficiency

2.3.5 Government Services and City Leadership

2.4 Market Challenges

2.4.1 Finance

2.4.2 Developing a Whole City View

2.4.3 Governance and Citizen Engagement

2.4.4 Who Is the Customer?

2.4.5 Privacy and Security

2.5 Recommendations for Stakeholders and Key Players

2.5.1 Municipal Leadership

2.5.2 Utilities

2.5.3 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Suppliers

2.5.4 Telecommunications Providers

2.5.5 Infrastructure Providers

2.5.6 Building System Management Suppliers

2.5.7 Property Developers and Construction Companies

3. Technology Issues

3.1 The Smart City Model

3.2 Smart Industries and Services

3.3 The Smart City Operating System

3.3.1 The Communications Infrastructure of the Connected City

3.3.2 Developing a Robust and Scalable Architecture

3.3.3 The Impact of the Cloud

3.3.3.1 Removing Bottlenecks

3.3.3.2 The Rise of the Government Cloud

3.3.4 Data Analytics

3.3.5 Open Data

3.4 The City Protocol: Defining a Smart City Standard

4. Regional Trends and Case Studies

4.1 North America

4.1.1 Urbanization Trends

4.1.2 A Fragmented Approach

4.1.3 Beyond Stimulus Funding

4.1.4 Smart Grids and Smart Cities

4.1.5 Upgrading the Water Infrastructure

4.1.6 Transportation: Moving Up the Agenda

4.1.7 Renewing City Government

4.1.8 San Francisco

4.1.9 Smart City San Diego

4.2 Europe

4.2.1 A Focus on European Climate, Energy, and Economic Goals

4.2.2 Legacy Renewal

4.2.3 Europe Invests in Cleantech: Smart Meters and Electric Vehicles

4.2.4 E-Government and the Digital Agenda

4.2.5 Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership

4.2.6 Other European-Wide Initiatives

4.2.7 National Smart City Trends

4.2.8 Amsterdam, the Netherlands

4.2.9 Barcelona

4.2.10 London

4.3 Asia Pacific

4.3.1 The Rise of Urban Asia

4.3.2 China

4.3.2.1 Chengdu

4.3.2.2 Shenzhen

4.3.2.3 Zhenjiang

4.3.3 India

4.3.4 Japan

4.3.4.1 Yokohama

4.3.5 Korea

4.3.5.1 Songdo International Business District (IBD)

4.3.6 Singapore

4.4 Latin America

4.4.1 Urbanization Trends

4.4.2 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

4.5 Middle East

4.5.1 Smart City Drivers and Inhibitors

4.5.1.1 Masdar City

4.6 Africa

4.6.1 Smart City Drivers and Inhibitors

5. Company Profiles

5.1 Selected Players

5.1.1 Accenture

5.1.2 AGT International

5.1.3 Alvarion

5.1.4 Atos

5.1.5 Capgemini

5.1.6 Cisco Systems

5.1.7 Deutsche Telekom AG

5.1.8 Echelon Corp.

5.1.9 IBM

5.1.10 Libelium

5.1.11 Living PlanIT

5.1.12 Microsoft

5.1.13 Panasonic Corp.

5.1.14 Schneider Electric

5.1.15 Siemens AG

5.1.16 Urbiotica

6. Market Forecasts

6.1 Scoping the Smart City Market

6.2 Forecast Methodology

6.3 Smart City Market Growth

6.4 Industry Forecasts

6.4.1 Smart Energy

6.4.2 Smart Water

6.4.3 Smart Transportation

6.4.4 Smart Buildings

6.4.5 Smart Government

6.5 Forecasts by Region

6.5.1 North America

6.5.2 Europe

6.5.3 Asia Pacific

6.5.4 Latin America

6.5.5 Middle East and Africa

6.6 Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Company Directory

8. Acronym and Abbreviation List

9. Table of Contents

10. Table of Charts and Figures

11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• The World's Fastest-Growing Cities: 2010-2025

• Population of World Megacities: 2025

• Smart City Technology Cumulative Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, North America: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Europe: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Asia Pacific: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Latin America: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Middle East and Africa: 2012-2020

• Average Annual Hours Wasted per U.S. Commuter Due to Congestion, by Urban Area Size: 1982-2009

• A Smart City Model

• Urban Population as Percentage of Total European Population in 2020

List of Tables

• The World's Fastest-Growing Cities: 2010-2025

• Population of World Megacities: 2025

• Smart City Applications and Technologies

• Urbanization Trends, North America: 2010 and 2025

• Cities by Population and Growth Rate, United States: 2010 and 2025

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Cumulative Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Cumulative Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Smart Energy Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Smart Water Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Smart Transportation Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Smart Buildings Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Smart Government Technology Annual Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, North America: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Europe: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Asia Pacific: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Latin America: 2012-2020

• Smart City Technology Annual Revenue by Industry, Middle East and Africa: 2012-2020

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