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【PT:レポート】産業分析:技術採用と態度の変化 - 公益事業者

Industry Survey: Transformative Technology Adoption and Attitudes - Utilities

3Q 2017 | Report | PT-1960 | 36 pages | PDF | Powerpoint |

 

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米国調査会社ABIリサーチの調査レポート「【PT:レポート】産業分析:技術採用と態度の変化 - 公益事業者」は、小売り、医療、物流、自動車、製造業、公益事業者、消費財(CPG)、地方行政、州政府、連邦政府などの455人の意思決定者、影響者、技術採用者の革新的技術採用と態度について調査しているレポートシリーズの一環である。この調査レポートは、公益事業者セグメントについて調査している。新技術の採用、通信事業者の役割、内製と外注などの意向について質問している。今後の革新的な技術の利用に関する態度、採用の促進要因と阻害要因、スマートユーティリティに利用する最も関心の高い技術情報用途、スマートグリッドへの移行に必要な主要技術、再生可能エネルギーの発電送配電、需要応答ソリューションの採用計画、主要な投資分野の優先順位などについて論じている。企業規模毎にも記載している。

ABI Research conducted an industry survey on transformative technology adoption and attitudes of 455 decision makers, influencers, and implementers in the following verticals: Retail, Healthcare, Logistics, Automotive, Manufacturing, Utilities, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), as well as Local, State, and Federal Governments. This report provides a summary of the findings and main conclusions for the utility segment. Questions range from willingness to adopt new technologies, to benefits, the role of telco operators, and sourcing options (in-house versus third-party). Attitudes toward intention to use innovative technologies in the future, adoption drivers and barriers, top most mentioned artificial intelligence applications to be used on smart utilities, key technologies enabling the shift toward smart grid, distributed generation of renewable energy, deployment plans on demand-response optimization solutions, and key investment priority areas were discussed. Separate findings by business size are also included.

 

 

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目次

  • Classification of Respondents: Size of Business
  • Willingness to Embrace Innovative Technologies
  • Technological Familiarity
  • Barriers to Adopting Innovative Technologies
  • Benefits of Implementing Innovative Technologies
  • Wearables as Technology Innovation Strategy
  • Technology Outsourcing versus Internal Investment: Total
  • Future of Cloud: Total
  • Most Important Artificial Intelligence Application: Total
  • Operational Data Management
  • Role of Telco Operators
  • Distributed Generation of Renewable Energy
  • Smart Grid
  • Market Expansion
  • Market Expansion
  • Demand-Response Optimization
  • Gas and Water Distribution Network
  • Summary and General Conclusions

 

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米国調査会社ABIリサーチの調査レポート「【PT:レポート】産業分析:技術採用と態度の変化 - 公益事業者」は、小売り、医療、物流、自動車、製造業、公益事業者、消費財(CPG)、地方行政、州政府、連邦政府などの455人の意思決定者、影響者、技術採用者の革新的技術採用と態度について調査しているレポートシリーズの一環である。この調査レポートは、公益事業者セグメントについて調査している。新技術の採用、通信事業者の役割、内製と外注などの意向について質問している。今後の革新的な技術の利用に関する態度、採用の促進要因と阻害要因、スマートユーティリティに利用する最も関心の高い技術情報用途、スマートグリッドへの移行に必要な主要技術、再生可能エネルギーの発電送配電、需要応答ソリューションの採用計画、主要な投資分野の優先順位などについて論じている。企業規模毎にも記載している。

[サマリー原文]

ABI Research conducted an industry survey on transformative technology adoption and attitudes of 455 decision makers, influencers, and implementers in the following verticals: Retail, Healthcare, Logistics, Automotive, Manufacturing, Utilities, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), as well as Local, State, and Federal Governments. This report provides a summary of the findings and main conclusions for the utility segment. Questions range from willingness to adopt new technologies, to benefits, the role of telco operators, and sourcing options (in-house versus third-party). Attitudes toward intention to use innovative technologies in the future, adoption drivers and barriers, top most mentioned artificial intelligence applications to be used on smart utilities, key technologies enabling the shift toward smart grid, distributed generation of renewable energy, deployment plans on demand-response optimization solutions, and key investment priority areas were discussed. Separate findings by business size are also included.

 


 

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Data Security Concern is the Leading Barrier to Adopting Innovative Technologies among U.S.-Based Utility Firms

Oyster Bay, New York - 19 Sep 2017

In a recent B2B technology survey of U.S.-based utility companies, ABI Research finds that 40% of respondents believe that data security is the leading barrier to adopting innovative technologies. However, it is a barrier that can be overcome, with 64% of large utility enterprises expressing willingness to adopt innovative technologies such as IoT, robotic, and wearable solutions, within the next twelve months.

“Technological transformation on energy as in the deployment of smart meters, sensors, and other IoT devices embedded into energy infrastructure, presents potential security vulnerabilities such as cyberattacks and threats from hackers, which have the potential to cause catastrophic results,” says Raquel Artes, Industry Analyst at ABI Research.

Survey findings suggest that, despite current data security obstacles, utility firms are familiar with innovative technologies and plan to adopt them within the next year. This is especially true among smaller companies:

  • IoT: 88% of respondents are familiar with IoT. 30% of firms already deployed IoT solutions, and an additional 24% plan to deploy them in the next 12 months.
  • Robotics: 88% of respondents are familiar with robotics. 20% already deployed robotic technologies, and 18% state a willingness to deploy the technologies in the next 12 months.
  • Wearables and Smart Glasses: 86% of respondents are familiar with wearables and smart glasses, but only 9% of respondents currently use them. 41% of small firms plan to deploy wearables and smart glasses in the next 12 months, as opposed to 11% of large firms.

“Interestingly, security concern barriers to adoption mirror the cloud preference among small and large utility firms,” concludes Artes. “A higher proportion of small firms (68%) firms consider housing their operational data on a hosted cloud platform than large firms (39%). Hybrid cloud is gaining momentum with 36% of respondents said they would deploy hybrid cloud by 2021.”

Additional noteworthy findings from the survey include:

  • Investment Priorities: Smart cities ranked first, followed by transmission infrastructure and automotive.
  • Distributed Generation of renewable energy:  Utility firms cited they would capitalize on partnerships with automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) on vehicle-to-grid solutions (40% of respondents), deployment of demand response optimization technologies (32%) and expansion into smart home/buildings micro-grids (24%).
  • Demand-response optimization: It is expected to grow rapidly in the next 5 years driven by strong momentum (90% of respondents shared they would deploy it in the next 5 years).

These findings are from ABI Research's Industry Survey: Transformative Technology Adoption and Attitudes – Utilities  report. This report is part of the company’s Smart Cities & Smart Spaces research service, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.

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