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世界のワイヤレスM2M市場 (第6版)

The Global Wireless M2M Market - 6th Edition

 

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Berg Insight
ベルグインサイト社
2014年8月Eur1,500Eur2,250
1-5ユーザライセンスPDF
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この調査レポートは、世界のワイヤレスM2M市場を調査し、世界の主要地域や垂直セグメントにおける発展について分析・解説しています。

主な掲載内容

  1. ワイヤレスM2Mについて
    1. 概説
    2. 機器
    3. ネットワーク
    4. 用途
    5. ソリューションプロバイダとインテグレータ
  2. M2M技術提供企業
    1. ワイヤレスM2Mモジュールベンダ
    2. SIMとデバイス管理ソリューションプロバイダ
    3. M2M接続プラットフォームプロバイダ
    4. M2Mアプリケーション対応プラットフォームプロバイダ
    5. 業界分析
  3. M2M通信事業者
    1. 欧州
    2. 南北アメリカ
    3. アジア太平洋地域
    4. 中東とアフリカ
    5. M2Mマネージドサービスプロバイダ
    6. 衛星ネットワーク事業者
    7. 業界分析
  4. 主要垂直市場
    1. OEM自動車
    2. アフターマーケット自動車
    3. 公共事業(ユーティリティ) - スマートグリッドと検針
    4. その他の垂直市場
  5. 市場分析と予測
    1. 市場動向
    2. 世界市場予測                
    3. 欧州
    4. 北米
    5. ラテンアメリカ
    6. アジア太平洋地域
    7. 中東&アフリカ

Summary

Executive summary
 
The global wireless M2M market performed well in 2013, displaying growth in all major world regions and vertical segments. Berg Insight estimates that shipments of cellular M2M devices increased by 13.5 percent to a new record level of 68.0 million units. Adjusted for churn, this resulted  in  net  additions  of  33.4  million  M2M  connections  in  2013,  taking  the  worldwide number of cellular M2M subscribers to an estimated 176.4 million. Until 2019, Berg Insight
forecasts  that  shipments  of  cellular  M2M  devices  are  forecasted  to  grow  at  a  compound annual  growth  rate  (CAGR)  of  20.4  percent  to  reach  207.8  million  units.  Due  to  the  wide adoption  of  wireless  M2M  technology  across  many  industries,  a  substantial  share  of  M2M device  shipments  is  now  generated  from  replacement  sales.  Furthermore  there  will  be  a growing  number  of  dormant  devices  in  segments  such  as  automotive  and  consumer electronics that never become activated. As a result the net increase of M2M subscribers will be substantially lower than M2M device shipments. Berg Insight forecasts that the number of
cellular  M2M  connections  will  grow  at  a  compound  annual  growth  rate  (CAGR)  of  22.9 percent between 2014 and 2019 to reach 599.7 million at the end of the period.

M2M and connected devices are widely recognised as key future growth markets among the leading  players  in  the  mobile  telecommunications  industry.  China  Mobile  reported  32.0 million  M2M  subscribers  in  China  at  the  end  of  2013.  Vodafone  is  the  largest  international provider of M2M connectivity, as well as a major regional player in Europe, with a reported subscriber  base  of  15.2  million.  AT&T  was  number  one  in  the  US  market  reporting  16.3 million M2M subscribers, ahead of Verizon Wireless at approximately 9.0 million. Telefónica ranked number five worldwide, with 8.6 million reported M2M subscribers in Europe and Latin America, barely ahead of China Unicom with approximately 8.5 million. Other top ten players included  Softbank/Sprint,  Deutsche  Telekom,  Telenor  and  America  Móvil  with  between  6.7 million and 8.0 million M2M subscribers each.

The  mega-trend  driving  technology  adoption  in  Europe  and  North  America  is  what  Berg Insight  calls  the  concept  of  connected  management.  The  IT-revolution  has  created  new opportunities  to  collect  and  analyse  data  for  the  purpose  of  managing  objects  and behaviours.  Connected  management  is  based  on  the  connection  of  remote  devices  to applications for the purpose of managing assets & products, costs & revenues, relationships &  behaviour  etcetera.  The  connected  car  is  a  typical  application  area  where  automobile
manufacturers develop solutions enabling themselves and the driver to manage the vehicle and  the  driving  experience  through  a  range  of  applications.  Connected  fleets  is  the underlying  trend  for  most  other  vehicle-based  applications  that  enable  fleet  operators  and external  stakeholders  such  as  governments,  insurance  companies  and  financial  service providers to manage vehicles, operations, risks and revenues associated to the vehicle such as taxes and insurance premiums. The Connected Enterprise is emerging as a blueprint for
corporate management, based on the vision that every asset and product should be directly linked to the enterprise network, feeding data in real-time to relevant IT-systems.

China has emerged as the world’s largest market for wireless M2M communications in terms of installed base and recorded massive growth rates over the past years. The Chinese M2M market is strongly influenced by centralised planning by the national government. During the first half of 2012, the Chinese government announced a series of initiatives for the IoT sector as part of the 12th five-year plan for the period 2011–2015. IoT was selected as one of the main  national  strategic  emerging  industries,  with  a  particular  focus  on  smart  sensors  and RFID technologies. Cellular M2M technology is also finding many applications, particularly in smart  grid,  intelligent  transportation  and  public  safety.  China’s  national  utility  State  Grid began deploying smart meters on a large scale during 2011 and expects to cover the vast majority  of  its  customers  by  the  end  of  2015.  During  2012  and  2013,  the  utility  procured around 18 million data concentrators for the rollout, which Berg Insight believes accounted for  a  significant  part  of  the  reported  net  additions  of  M2M  subscribers  in  China  during  the
period.



目次

Table of Contents

Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................... i
List of Figures ............................................................................................................................. vii

Executive summary ..................................................................................................................... 1

1  Introduction to wireless M2M ............................................................................................... 3

1.1  Introduction .................................................................................................................. 3
1.2  Devices ........................................................................................................................ 5
1.2.1  Chipsets, modules and terminals .......................................................................... 5
1.2.2  SIM solutions and embedded UICC ..................................................................... 9
1.2.3  Device design and machine integration.............................................................. 11
1.2.4  Value chain .......................................................................................................... 12
1.3  Networks .................................................................................................................... 13
1.3.1  2G/3G cellular networks ...................................................................................... 14
1.3.2  CDMA networks ................................................................................................... 17
1.3.3  LTE networks ....................................................................................................... 18
1.3.4  Non-cellular wireless networks and hybrid solutions .......................................... 19
1.3.5  M2M software platforms ...................................................................................... 20
1.4  Applications ............................................................................................................... 21
1.4.1  Car telematics...................................................................................................... 22
1.4.2  Fleet management .............................................................................................. 23
1.4.3  Smart grids and intelligent metering ................................................................... 24
1.4.4  Fixed wireless communication ............................................................................ 25
1.4.5  Remote control and monitoring .......................................................................... 25
1.4.6  Consumer electronics ......................................................................................... 26
1.5  Solution providers and integrators ............................................................................ 26
1.5.1  Device manufacturers ......................................................................................... 27
1.5.2  System integrators .............................................................................................. 27
1.5.3  Vertical ASPs ....................................................................................................... 28
1.5.4  B2B/B2C service providers ................................................................................. 29
1.5.5  OEMs ................................................................................................................... 30

2  M2M technology providers ................................................................................................ 33

2.1  Wireless M2M module vendors ................................................................................. 34
2.1.1  Sierra Wireless ..................................................................................................... 36
2.1.2  Gemalto M2M ...................................................................................................... 41
2.1.3  Telit ...................................................................................................................... 45
2.1.4  u-blox ................................................................................................................... 49
2.1.5  SIMCom ............................................................................................................... 51
2.1.6  Quectel ................................................................................................................ 53
2.1.7  Huawei ................................................................................................................. 54
2.1.8  Novatel Wireless .................................................................................................. 56
2.1.9  Other embedded module vendors ...................................................................... 58
2.2  SIM and device management solutions .................................................................... 61
2.2.1  Giesecke & Devrient ............................................................................................ 61
2.2.2  Oberthur Technologies ....................................................................................... 63
2.2.3  Mformation .......................................................................................................... 63
2.2.4  Red Bend Software ............................................................................................. 64
2.2.5  Safran Morpho ..................................................................................................... 64
2.3  M2M connectivity management platforms ................................................................ 65
2.3.1  Ericsson ............................................................................................................... 65
2.3.2  Jasper Technologies ........................................................................................... 68
2.3.3  Amdocs ............................................................................................................... 69
2.3.4  Comarch .............................................................................................................. 70
2.3.5  nTels .................................................................................................................... 71
2.3.6  Telenity ................................................................................................................ 71
2.3.7  Proprietary platforms ........................................................................................... 72
2.4  M2M application enablement platforms .................................................................... 72
2.4.1  Axeda ................................................................................................................... 73
2.4.2  Bosch Software Innovations ................................................................................ 74
2.4.3  Cumulocity .......................................................................................................... 75
2.4.4  Etherios ............................................................................................................... 75
2.4.5  ILS Technology ................................................................................................... 76
2.4.6  ThingWorx ........................................................................................................... 76
2.4.7  Xively ................................................................................................................... 77
2.5  Industry analysis ........................................................................................................ 78
2.5.1  3G saved the wireless module vendors .............................................................. 78
2.5.2  M2M connectivity platforms become more advanced and differentiated ........... 80
2.5.3  Can M2M application enablement platforms live up to the high expectations? . 81

3  M2M communication providers ......................................................................................... 83

3.1  Europe ....................................................................................................................... 84
3.1.1  Vodafone ............................................................................................................. 87
3.1.2  Deutsche Telekom .............................................................................................. 90
3.1.3  Telefónica ............................................................................................................ 93
3.1.4  Orange ................................................................................................................ 97
3.1.5  Telenor .............................................................................................................. 100
3.1.6  Belgacom .......................................................................................................... 102
3.1.7  EE ...................................................................................................................... 102
3.1.8  KPN ................................................................................................................... 103
3.1.9  MTS ................................................................................................................... 104
3.1.10  SFR .................................................................................................................... 105
3.1.11  Telecom Italia .................................................................................................... 106
3.1.12  Swisscom .......................................................................................................... 107
3.1.13  Telekom Austria ................................................................................................. 107
3.1.14  TeliaSonera ....................................................................................................... 109
3.1.15  Tele2 .................................................................................................................. 111
3.1.16  Other M2M connectivity providers .................................................................... 112
3.2  The Americas ........................................................................................................... 113
3.2.1  AT&T .................................................................................................................. 115
3.2.2  Verizon Communications .................................................................................. 119
3.2.3  Sprint ................................................................................................................. 123
3.2.4  T-Mobile USA .................................................................................................... 125
3.2.5  Rogers Communications ................................................................................... 126
3.2.6  Bell Canada ....................................................................................................... 127
3.2.7  América Móvil .................................................................................................... 127
3.2.8  Vivo .................................................................................................................... 128
3.3  Asia-Pacific .............................................................................................................. 129
3.3.1  China Mobile ..................................................................................................... 131
3.3.2  China Unicom .................................................................................................... 132
3.3.3  China Telecom .................................................................................................. 133
3.3.4  Softbank ............................................................................................................ 134
3.3.5  NTT Docomo ..................................................................................................... 135
3.3.6  KDDI .................................................................................................................. 136
3.3.7  SK Telecom ....................................................................................................... 137
3.3.8  SingTel .............................................................................................................. 138
3.3.9  Telkomsel .......................................................................................................... 139
3.3.10  Axiata ................................................................................................................. 140
3.3.11  Telstra ................................................................................................................ 141
3.4  Middle East and Africa ............................................................................................. 142
3.4.1  Etisalat ............................................................................................................... 142
3.4.2  Turkcell .............................................................................................................. 143
3.4.3  Vodacom ........................................................................................................... 144
3.5  M2M managed service providers ............................................................................ 144
3.5.1  Aeris Communications ...................................................................................... 145
3.5.2  KORE Telematics .............................................................................................. 145
3.5.3  Maingate ............................................................................................................ 146
3.5.4  Numerex ............................................................................................................ 147
3.5.5  RACO Wireless .................................................................................................. 148
3.5.6  Stream Technologies ........................................................................................ 149
3.5.7  Telit m2mAIR ..................................................................................................... 149
3.5.8  Wireless Logic ................................................................................................... 150
3.5.9  Wyless ............................................................................................................... 151
3.5.10  International mobile data aggregators .............................................................. 152
3.6  Satellite network operators ...................................................................................... 153
3.6.1  Orbcomm .......................................................................................................... 154
3.6.2  Iridium ................................................................................................................ 155
3.6.3  Inmarsat ............................................................................................................. 156
3.6.4  Globalstar .......................................................................................................... 157
3.7  Mobile operator alliances ........................................................................................ 157
3.7.1  Bridge M2M Alliance ......................................................................................... 159
3.7.2  Global M2M Association ................................................................................... 159
3.7.3  M2M World Alliance .......................................................................................... 160
3.8  Industry analysis ...................................................................................................... 160
3.8.1  The great game of M2M .................................................................................... 161
3.8.2  Horizontal globalisation versus vertical specialisation ...................................... 164
3.8.3  Strategic considerations for regional and national mobile operators ............... 165

4  Key vertical markets ......................................................................................................... 169

4.1  OEM automotive ...................................................................................................... 170
4.1.1  Automotive industry trends ............................................................................... 172
4.1.2  Automobile manufacturer telematics strategies ................................................ 176
4.1.3  Regional market trends ..................................................................................... 185
4.2  Aftermarket automotive ........................................................................................... 190
4.2.1  Key industry players .......................................................................................... 192
4.2.2  Enterprise solutions – fleet management .......................................................... 194
4.2.3  Consumer solutions – SVT, usage-based insurance and vehicle financing ..... 198
4.2.4  Government solutions – vehicle tax collection and monitoring ........................ 200
4.3  Utilities – smart grids and metering ......................................................................... 201
4.3.1  Energy meters ................................................................................................... 202
4.3.2  Regional smart meter market trends ................................................................. 204
4.3.3  Mobile communication technologies for smart grid and metering networks ... 207
4.4  Other vertical markets .............................................................................................. 209
4.4.1  POS-terminals ................................................................................................... 209
4.4.2  Security alarms .................................................................................................. 212
4.4.3  Consumer electronics ....................................................................................... 214
4.4.4  Healthcare ......................................................................................................... 215
4.4.5  Other industrial and enterprise .......................................................................... 218

5  Market analysis and forecasts ......................................................................................... 219

5.1  Market trends ........................................................................................................... 219
5.1.1  Europe and North America ............................................................................... 219
5.1.2  China ................................................................................................................. 221
5.1.3  Emerging markets ............................................................................................. 222
5.2  Global market forecast ............................................................................................ 223
5.2.1  Devices .............................................................................................................. 224
5.2.2  Network connectivity ......................................................................................... 227
5.2.3  Vertical markets ................................................................................................. 230
5.2.4  Technology standards ...................................................................................... 233
5.3  Europe ..................................................................................................................... 234
5.4  North America .......................................................................................................... 240
5.5  Latin America ........................................................................................................... 245
5.6  Asia-Pacific .............................................................................................................. 248
5.7  Middle East & Africa ................................................................................................ 252

Glossary .................................................................................................................................. 257

List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Core elements of wireless M2M solutions ................................................................ 4
Figure 1.2: Cost versus time diagram for wireless technology integration ................................ 6
Figure 1.3: Examples of wireless M2M modules ........................................................................ 7
Figure 1.4: Examples of wireless M2M terminals ....................................................................... 8
Figure 1.5: Comparison of SIM form factors............................................................................... 9
Figure 1.6: System architecture for an end-to-end M2M solution ............................................ 11
Figure 1.7: M2M device value chain overview .......................................................................... 12
Figure 1.8: Top global mobile network operators by subscriber base (Q4-2013) ................... 15
Figure 1.9: Top global CDMA operators by subscriber base (Q4-2013).................................. 17
Figure 1.10: Top global LTE operators by subscriber base (Q4-2013) .................................... 19
Figure 2.1: Top wireless module vendors, by M2M sales and shipments (World 2013) ......... 35
Figure 2.2: Sierra Wireless embedded modules and terminals (Q2-2014) .............................. 38
Figure 2.3: Gemalto M2M embedded modules and terminals (Q2-2014) ............................... 42
Figure 2.4: Telit embedded wireless modules (Q2-2014) ........................................................ 46
Figure 2.5: u-blox embedded wireless modules (Q2-2014) ..................................................... 50
Figure 2.6: SIMCom embedded wireless modules (Q2-2014) ................................................. 52
Figure 2.7: Quectel embedded wireless modules (Q2-2014) .................................................. 53
Figure 2.8: Huawei embedded wireless modules (Q2-2014) ................................................... 55
Figure 2.9: Novatel Wireless embedded modules and integrated devices (Q2-2014) ............ 58
Figure 2.10: M2M connectivity platform selection by mobile operator (Q2-2014) ................... 67
Figure 2.11: M2M application platform selection by mobile operator (Q2-2014) ..................... 73
Figure 2.12: Financial data for key embedded wireless module vendors (2013) .................... 79
Figure 3.1: Mobile operators by M2M subscriber base (World Q4-2013) ................................ 83
Figure 3.2: Europe M2M connectivity market data (Q4-2013) ................................................. 85
Figure 3.3: Mobile operators in Europe by M2M subscriber base (Q4-2013) .......................... 86
Figure 3.4: Telefónica M2M subscribers by country (2012–2014) ........................................... 95
Figure 3.5: Financial data for Telenor Connexion (2009–2013) ............................................. 101
Figure 3.6: The Americas M2M connectivity market data (Q2-2014) ..................................... 114
Figure 3.7: Examples of manufacturers of M2M devices certified by AT&T ........................... 116
Figure 3.8: Examples of manufacturers of M2M devices certified by Verizon ........................ 122
Figure 3.9: Asia-Pacific M2M connectivity market data (2013/2014) ...................................... 130
Figure 3.10: Satellite network operator by M2M subscriber base (Q1-2014) ......................... 153
Figure 3.11: Mobile operator M2M alliances (Q2-2014) ......................................................... 158
Figure 4.1: Estimated annual production of machines by category (World 2013) ................. 169
Figure 4.2: Motor vehicle production, by region and country (World 2013) .......................... 171
Figure 4.3: Top automobile manufacturers by vehicle sales (2013) ...................................... 173
Figure 4.4: Motor vehicle sales by market (2013)................................................................... 175
Figure 4.5: OEM truck telematics systems in Europe and the Americas ............................... 184
Figure 4.6: Telematics availability in the US (H1-2014) .......................................................... 185
Figure 4.7: Telematics availability in the EU (H1-2014) .......................................................... 187
Figure 4.8: Estimated number of vehicles in use (World 2012) .............................................. 191
Figure 4.9: Financial data for key players in aftermarket telematics (FY2013/2014) .............. 193
Figure 4.10: Major fleet management providers by installed base (2013/2014) .................... 195
Figure 4.11: Major providers of private vehicle tracking by installed base (2013) ................. 197
Figure 4.12: Energy meter population, by region (World 2013) ............................................. 202
Figure 4.13: Energy meter shipments, by region (World 2012) ............................................. 203
Figure 4.14: Smart meter penetration in key markets (2013/2020) ........................................ 204
Figure 4.15: POS-terminal installed base in major markets (World 2013) ............................. 210
Figure 4.16: Top providers of monitored security alarms (World 2013) ................................. 213
Figure 4.17: Home medical monitoring device categories by installed base ........................ 217
Figure 5.1: Cellular M2M device shipment forecast, by region (World 2013–2019) .............. 225
Figure 5.2: Cellular M2M device revenues forecast, by region (World 2013–2019) ............... 226
Figure 5.3: Cellular M2M subscriber forecast, by region (World 2013–2019) ........................ 228
Figure 5.4: Cellular M2M network revenue forecast, by region (World 2013–2019) .............. 229
Figure 5.5: Cellular M2M communication market forecast, by vertical (World 2013–2019) ... 231
Figure 5.6: Cellular M2M revenue forecast, by vertical (World 2013–2019) ........................... 232
Figure 5.7: Cellular M2M market forecast, by network technology (World 2013–2019) ........ 233
Figure 5.8: Cellular M2M subscriber estimates for European countries (2012–2013) ........... 235
Figure 5.9: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Europe 2013–2019) ................... 238
Figure 5.10: Cellular M2M communication revenue forecast (Europe 2013–2019) ............... 239
Figure 5.11: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (North America 2013–2019) ..... 241
Figure 5.12: Cellular M2M communication revenue forecast (North America 2013–2019) ... 242
Figure 5.13: Cellular M2M subscriber estimates for the Americas (2012–2013) .................... 244
Figure 5.14: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Latin America 2013–2019) ....... 246
Figure 5.15: Cellular M2M communication revenue forecast (Latin America 2013–2019) ..... 247
Figure 5.16: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Asia-Pacific 2013–2019) .......... 249
Figure 5.17: Cellular M2M communication revenue forecast (Asia-Pacific 2013–2019) ........ 250
Figure 5.18: Cellular M2M subscriber estimates for APAC and Middle East (2012–2013) .... 252
Figure 5.19: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (MEA 2013–2019) ..................... 254
Figure 5.20: Cellular M2M communication revenue forecast (MEA 2013–2019) ................... 255

 

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2018年までにセルラーM2M通信で3G/4G技術が優位を占めるとBerg Insight社が伝える

2014年8月22日

Berg Insight社の新刊レポートによると、世界のセルラーM2M市場は2Gから3G/4Gへの過渡期に突入しているという。HSPA/LTE接続のセルラーM2Mデバイスのシェアは2014年末の20%未満から2018年までに50%以上への2倍以上の成長が期待されており、デバイス出荷量に関しては、2017年には3G/4Gが2Gを上回ることが見込まれる。現在のLTEとの価格差が縮まるまでの断続的な期間においてHSPAが最大技術となるであろう。

M2Mの用途へ3Gが採用される第一段階は、一部の国々での2Gサービスからの撤退によって主に促進されてくる。米国では、AT&T社による2Gネットワークの完全停波計画 によってM2Mハードウェア市場に多大な変革がもたらされた。その結果として2014年には北米におけるM2Mデバイスの出荷量の大半が3G技術を採用することが見込まれるとBerg Insight社は予測している。欧州ではほとんどの国々で引き続き2Gネットワークが2020年以降も一般的に普及し、3Gの採用率は緩やかになる見込みであるが、アジア太平洋地域では日本のような先進市場において、既に3Gは標準的なテクノロジープラットフォームとなっている。

来年にかけての3G/4G採用の加速化への期待に対する主な要因となるのが、多くのM2M用途におけるデータ通信要求への高まりだと言えるだろう。Berg Insight社のシニアアナリストであり、本レポート著者であるTobias Ryberg氏は「まず、従来のほとんどのM2Mアプリにおいて高速データ消費への動向が一般的になっていることがある。」と語る。「次に、自動車産業ではモバイルブロードバンドを接続するコネクテッドカーのビジョン実現化へかなり本気になっており、最近ではGMやAudiのような初期導入メーカらがLTE通信機能を搭載した 初めての自社モデルを米国へ導入している。」

[プレスリリース原文] 2014年8月22日発表分

Berg Insight says 3G/4G technologies will dominate cellular M2M communications by 2018

2014-08-22

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the global cellular M2M market has entered a period of transition from 2G to 3G/4G technologies. The share of cellular M2M devices connected to HSPA/LTE networks is projected to more than double from less than 20 percent at the end of 2014 to more than 50 percent by 2018. When it comes to device shipments, 3G/4G is expected to overtake 2G already in 2017. HSPA will be the largest technology in an intermittent period until the current price gap to LTE has been closed.

The first phase in the adoption of 3G for M2M applications has mainly been driven by the phase out of 2G services in some countries. In the US, AT&T’s plans to shut down its 2G network have profoundly changed the M2M hardware market. As a result Berg Insight expects that a majority of the M2M devices shipped in North America will use 3G technology already in 2014. Europe has a slower rate of adoption as the time horizons for continued operation of 2G networks generally extend well beyond 2020 in most countries. In Asia-Pacific, 3G is already the standard technology platform in advanced markets such as Japan.

The main catalyst for the anticipated acceleration of 3G/4G adoption over the next years will be the growing data requirements of many M2M applications. "Firstly, there is a general trend towards higher data consumption for most traditional M2M applications", said Tobias Ryberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight and author of the report. "Secondly, the automotive industry is getting very serious about realizing the vision of connected cars, which require mobile broadband connectivity. Early adopters such as GM and Audi recently introduced their first car models with embedded LTE in the US".




[プレスリリース原文] 2014年8月18日発表分

Connected management mega-trend drives the global wireless M2M market

2014-08-18

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the global number of mobile network connections used for wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communication will increase by 21 percent in 2014 to reach 213.9 million at the year-end. East Asia, Western Europe and North America are the main regional markets, accounting for around 75 percent of the installed base. In the next five years, the global number of wireless M2M connections is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.9 percent to reach 599.7 million in 2019. The mega-trend driving technology adoption in Europe and North America is what Berg Insight calls the concept of connected management.

“The IT-revolution has created new opportunities to collect and analyse data for the purpose of managing objects and behaviours”, said Tobias Ryberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight. “Connected management is based on the connection of remote devices to applications for the purpose of managing assets & products, costs & revenues, relationships & behaviour etcetera”.

Connected cars is a typical area where connected management is applied, as the automobile manufacturers develop solutions enabling themselves and the driver to manage the vehicle and the driving experience through a range of applications. Connected fleets is the underlying trend for most other vehicle-based applications that enable fleet operators and external stakeholders such as governments, insurance companies and financial service providers to manage vehicles, operations, risks and revenues associated to the vehicle such as taxes and insurance premiums. The connected enterprise is emerging as a blueprint for corporate management, based on the vision that every asset and product should be directly linked to the enterprise network, feeding data in real-time to relevant IT-systems.

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