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小売業におけるM2MとIoTの活用 (第5版)

Retail M2M and IoT Applications – 5th Edition

 

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スウェーデンの調査会社ベルグインサイト社(Berg Insight)の調査レポート「小売業におけるM2MとIoTの活用 (第5版)」は、自動販売機、パーキングメーター(駐車場)、発券、ATM、デジタルサイネージ、POS端末などの市場での無線接続の採用について調査している。5年間の市場予測と、専門家のコメントを記載している。

目次(抜粋)

  1. POS端末とATM
    • カード決済業界
    • 支払いインフラ
    • 電子決済の進化
    • POS端末ベンダ
    • ATMメーカと接続ソリューション提供会社
  2. 自動販売機
    • 自動販売機業界概観
    • 自動販売機の関連企業
    • 決済システム
    • 自動販売機向けテレメトリとソフトウェア
    • ネット接続対応自動販売機
    • 自動販売機向けテレメトリ(テレメータ装置)とキャッシュレス支払いのソリューション提供会社
    • 自動販売機メーカ
    • 自動販売機運営会社
  3. パーキングメーター
    • 駐車場業界
    • ネット接続対応パーキングメーター
    • パーキングソリューションベンダの企業情報
    • 民営駐車場運営会社
  4. 公共交通機関の発券業務
    • 乗客輸送の機関分担(モーダルスプリット)
    • バスと鉄道
    • 料金徴収(運賃徴収)システム
    • 料金徴収(運賃徴収)システムベンダ
  5. デジタルサイネージ
    • デジタルサイネージ業界概観
    • デジタルサイネージのバリューチェーン
    • 用途分野
    • デジタルサイネージ業界の進化
    • メディアプレイヤベンダ
    • ディスプレイ・スクリーンベンダ
    • コンテンツ管理システムのベンダ
  6. 予測と結論
    • 小売業における無線M2M
    • 市場動向と促進要因
    • 市場予測

Description

What is the status for wireless M2M communication in the retail sector? POS terminals and on street parking solutions are two areas where the new technology is already widely adopted. The report also covers vending machines, ATMs, digital signage and ticketing machines. Berg Insight forecasts that the number of cellular M2M connections in the retail industry will grow at a CAGR of 10.0 percent from 33.7 million in 2016 to 49.2 million connections worldwide in 2020. Learn more about the business opportunities associated with the transformation of the retail industry in this new report in the M2M research series from Berg Insight.


 

Retail M2M and IoT Applications is the fifth consecutive report from Berg Insight that gives first-hand insights into the adoption of wireless connectivity in the vending, parking, ticketing, ATM, digital signage and POS terminal markets.

This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with 220 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from the fifth edition of the report:

  • Insights from 30 new executive interviews with market leading companies.
  • Overview of the payment, vending, digital signage, parking, transport ticketing and ATM industries.
  • Summary of industry trends and developments in each vertical market segment.
  • Updated in-depth profiles of 111 key players in the retail industry.
  • Reviews of vendor market shares and competitive dynamics.
  • Perspectives on the impact of emerging mobile payment services.
  • Extensive global and regional market forecasts lasting until 2020.

Cellular M2M connections in the retail industry reached 34 million in 2016

The retail industry is an important vertical for cellular M2M connectivity with 33.7 million cellular connections today and a total market size of nearly 151 million POS terminals, ATMs, vending machines, parking meters, digital signs and fare collection devices worldwide. Berg Insight forecasts that the number of cellular M2M connections in the retail industry will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.0 percent to reach 49.2 million connections worldwide in 2020. Shipments of cellular M2M devices will at the same time increase at a CAGR of 5.6 percent from 11.6 million units in 2014 to 14.4 million units in 2020. Cellular M2M technology enables devices such as POS terminals and ATMs to be used at new locations where fixed line connectivity is unavailable or impractical. The technology has a more transformational effect on markets such as vending and parking, where machine operators need to reorganize their operations in order to benefit from the availability of real-time information.

The installed base of connected vending machines in North America reached 1.0 million units at the end of 2016, whereas the corresponding figure for EU28+2 was 0.25 million units. The market is still in an early stage as penetration rates for North America and Europe are at 20.0 percent and 6.6 percent respectively. However, vending is also one of the fastest growing segments for connectivity solutions in the retail industry, driven by demand for cashless payment and vending telemetry solutions. The North American market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 17.8 percent between 2016 and 2020, reaching 1.9 million connected vending machines at the end of the period. Similarly, the European market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 26.0 percent to reach 0.62 million connections by 2020.

The parking industry has been one of the earliest adopters of M2M communication technology and today approximately 62 percent of the world’s 524,000 multi-space meters are connected, primarily to cellular networks. This penetration rate will continue to increase steadily throughout the foreseeable future, as nearly all new multi-space meter deployments have connectivity as a requirement. Connectivity has in contrast to this only recently become an optional feature in singlespace meters and today only 10 percent of the single-space meters in the world are connected. However, connected single-space meters have recently had a breakthrough in the North American market, where mixed deployments that comprise both single-space and multi-space meters are becoming common. The share of single-space meters that incorporate connectivity is as a result now increasing rapidly and expected to reach 25 percent by 2020.

Cellular connectivity has become a very popular option for POS terminals and was incorporated in more than one third of the devices shipped in 2016. The wireless technology has an important role in facilitating the global adoption of electronic payments, as it enables the rollout of POS terminals to many new market segments as well as regions where the fixed line telecommunications infrastructure is less developed. Berg Insight forecasts that the installed base of cellular POS terminals will grow at a CAGR of 9.3 percent between 2016 and 2020 to reach 42.9 million units worldwide in 2020, driven especially by growth in emerging markets.

Digital signage solutions have found their way into nearly every possible vertical market and a wide variety of application areas. The untapped market potential is nevertheless still vast and growth is showing no signs of slowing down. Berg Insight forecasts that global shipments of display screens for digital signage will grow from 10.5 million units in 2016 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.3 percent to reach 19.9 million units by 2020. Cellular connectivity is very useful for applications such as temporary signs and in locations where access to fixed line communications is not available or costly to obtain. However, cellular is expected to remain a niche connectivity technology due to the higher costs associated with the technology, especially in bandwidth-intensive applications.

Cellular connectivity is incorporated in more than 0.1 million fare collection devices worldwide today, such as on-board ticket vending machines, stationary vending machines and handheld ticket sales terminals. Berg Insight anticipates that the market potential for cellular connectivity in public transport will expand as account-based fare collection systems gain ground and increase the need for real-time communication. However, the number of fare collection devices that incorporate cellular connectivity is likely to remain relatively modest, as many fare collection devices can share a communication line with other
equipment.

This report answers the following questions:

  • What is the potential market size for wireless M2M communication in the retail industry?
  • Which are the key applications that offer sizable business opportunities?
  • Which trends and developments are shaping each vertical market segment?
  • Which are the leading providers of vending telemetry solutions?
  • How is the market for wireless ATM connectivity solutions developing?
  • Which are the leading providers of connected parking meters?
  • How many connected digital signs are there worldwide?
  • What is the attach rate for cellular connectivity in POS terminals by region?
  • How is the market for public transport fare collection systems evolving?

 



目次

Executive Summary

1 POS terminals and ATMs
1.1 The card payments industry
1.2 Payment infrastructure
1.2.1 Overview of the POS terminal market
1.2.2 POS terminal form factors
1.2.3 Overview of the ATM market
1.2.4 ATM form factors
1.3 Evolution of electronic payments
1.3.1 EMV migration
1.3.2 Adoption of wireless M2M communication
1.3.3 Rollout of NFC-ready terminals
1.4 POS terminal vendors
1.4.1 BBPOS
1.4.2 Brookfield Equinox
1.4.3 CCV
1.4.4 CyberNet
1.4.5 ID Tech
1.4.6 Ingenico
1.4.7 Newland Payment Technology
1.4.8 PAX Technology
1.4.9 REA Card
1.4.10 Spire Payments
1.4.11 SZZT Electronics
1.4.12 VeriFone
1.4.13 Worldline
1.5 ATM manufacturers and connectivity solution providers
1.5.1 Contour Networks
1.5.2 Diebold Nixdorf
1.5.3 Digi International
1.5.4 DPL Group
1.5.5 NCR
1.5.6 OptConnect
1.5.7 Triton

2 Vending machines
2.1 Overview of the vending machine industry
2.2 Vending industry players
2.2.1 Vending technology providers
2.2.2 Vending machine manufacturers
2.2.3 Product suppliers
2.2.4 Vending operators
2.3 Payment systems
2.3.1 Coin mechanisms and bill validators
2.3.2 Cashless payments
2.3.3 Mobile phone payments and NFC
2.4 Vending telemetry and software
2.4.1 Remote monitoring of vending machines
2.4.2 Vending management systems
2.5 Connected vending machines
2.5.1 Europe
2.5.2 North America
2.5.3 Rest of World
2.6 Vending telemetry and cashless payment solution providers
2.6.1 BiTX (Your Voice)
2.6.2 Cantaloupe Systems
2.6.3 Connected Molecules
2.6.4 Deutsche Telekom
2.6.5 Distrilog
2.6.6 Ingenico Group
2.6.7 Materna
2.6.8 Mecsel
2.6.9 Nayax
2.6.10 On Track Innovations
2.6.11 Prosa
2.6.12 Smarcom
2.6.13 Televend (INTIS)
2.6.14 USA Technologies
2.6.15 Vendon
2.6.16 Vendwatch Telematics
2.6.17 Vianet Group
2.7 Vending machine manufacturers
2.7.1 Automated Merchandising Systems
2.7.2 Azkoyen Group
2.7.3 Bianchi Vending Group
2.7.4 Crane
2.7.5 Deutsche Wurlitzer
2.7.6 FAS International
2.7.7 Fastcorp Vending
2.7.8 Fuji Electric
2.7.9 Jofemar
2.7.10 N&W Global Vending
2.7.11 Rheavendors Group
2.7.12 Royal Vendors (Coinco)
2.7.13 SandenVendo
2.7.14 Seaga
2.7.15 Sielaff
2.7.16 Westomatic
2.7.17 Wittern Group
2.8 Vending operators
2.8.1 Aramark
2.8.2 Canteen
2.8.3 Coca-Cola Amatil
2.8.4 Pelican Rouge Group
2.8.5 Selecta
2.8.6 Sodexo

3 Parking meters
3.1 The parking industry
3.1.1 Parking industry players
3.1.2 Single-space and multi-space meters in Europe and North America
3.1.3 Pay-by-phone parking
3.2 Connected parking meters
3.2.1 Mobile data communication solutions for parking meters
3.2.2 Connected multi-space parking meters
3.2.3 Connected single-space parking meters
3.3 Parking solution vendor profiles
3.3.1 Cale Group
3.3.2 Came Parkare Group
3.3.3 CivicSmart
3.3.4 Hectronic
3.3.5 IEM
3.3.6 IPS Group
3.3.7 MacKay Meters
3.3.8 METRIC
3.3.9 Parkeon
3.3.10 POM
3.3.11 T2 Systems
3.4 Private parking operators

4 Public transport ticketing
4.1 Modal split of passenger transport
4.2 Bus and rail fleets
4.3 Fare collection systems
4.3.1 Fare payment
4.3.2 Fare collection devices
4.3.3 Installed base
4.3.4 Mobile data communication solutions
4.4 Fare collection system vendors
4.4.1 Bytemark
4.4.2 Cubic Transportation Systems
4.4.3 FARA
4.4.4 Indra
4.4.5 INIT
4.4.6 IVU
4.4.7 Masabi
4.4.8 METRIC
4.4.9 Scheidt & Bachmann
4.4.10 Thales
4.4.11 Vix Technology
4.4.12 Xerox

5 Digital signage
5.1 Overview of the digital signage industry
5.2 The digital signage value chain
5.2.1 Display screen vendors
5.2.2 Media player vendors
5.2.3 Content management system providers
5.2.4 Installers, system integrators and network operators
5.3 Application areas
5.3.1 Retail
5.3.2 Office and enterprise
5.3.3 Healthcare
5.3.4 Transportation
5.3.5 Education
5.3.6 Foodservice
5.3.7 Outdoor signage
5.4 Evolution of the digital signage industry
5.4.1 From non-connected to connected digital sign
5.4.2 Media player form factors
5.4.3 Display technologies
5.5 Media player vendors
5.5.1 Advantech
5.5.2 AOPEN
5.5.3 Arrow Electronics
5.5.4 BrightSign
5.5.5 Hewlett-Packard
5.5.6 IAdea
5.5.7 iBASE
5.5.8 Rikomagic
5.5.9 Shuttle
5.6 Display screen vendors
5.6.1 DynaScan
5.6.2 Elo Touch Solutions
5.6.3 Leyard and Planar
5.6.4 LG Electronics
5.6.5 NEC Display Solutions
5.6.6 Panasonic
5.6.7 Samsung Electronics
5.6.8 Sharp
5.7 Content management system providers
5.7.1 BroadSign
5.7.2 Cineplex Digital Media
5.7.3 Four Winds Interactive
5.7.4 Grassfish
5.7.5 Industry Weapon
5.7.6 Rise Vision
5.7.7 RMG
5.7.8 Scala (STRATACACHE)
5.7.9 Signagelive
5.7.10 STRATACACHE
5.7.11 Wondersign

6 Forecasts and conclusions
6.1 Wireless M2M in the retail industry
6.1.1 Cellular M2M device shipments
6.1.2 Cellular M2M network connections
6.2 Market trends and drivers
6.2.1 Uptake of wireless M2M in POS terminals is steady while NFC surges
6.2.2 ATMs in offsite locations benefit from cellular connectivity
6.2.3 Vending operators benefit from cashless payments and telemetry
6.2.4 The parking meter industry leads in the adoption of wireless M2M
6.2.5 Public transport ticketing will move to systems with real-time authorization
6.2.6 Digital signage is becoming an important platform for digital marketing
6.3 Market forecasts
6.3.1 POS terminals
6.3.2 ATMs
6.3.3 Vending machines
6.3.4 Parking meters
6.3.5 Public transport ticketing
6.3.6 Digital Signage

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2017-03-30
The installed base of cellular M2M devices in the retail industry to reach 49.2 million by 2020


The number of cellular M2M connections in the retail industry reached 33.7 million worldwide in 2016, according to a new research report from Berg Insight. Cellular M2M technology enables devices such as POS terminals, ATMs, digital signs and ticketing machines to be used at new locations where fixed line connectivity is unavailable or impractical. The technology has a more transformational effect on markets such as vending and parking, where machine operators need to reorganize their operations in order to benefit from the availability of real-time information. Berg Insight forecasts that the number of cellular M2M connections in the global retail industry will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.0 percent during the next five years to reach 49.2 million connections in 2020. Shipments of cellular M2M devices for retail applications will at the same time increase at a CAGR of 5.6 percent from 11.5 million units in 2016 to 14.4 million units in 2020.

POS terminals constitute the largest device segment and accounted for 89 percent of all cellular M2M connections in the retail industry at the end of 2016. The market for wirelessly connected POS terminals is however relatively mature, and most of the market growth is driven by the increasing use of electronic payments in emerging markets. “The multi-space parking meter segment was one of the first vertical markets to embrace cellular M2M connectivity and has today reached the highest connectivity penetration of 59 percent”, said Johan Fagerberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight. In recent years, cellular connectivity has also found its way into the single-space parking meters market, which has become one of the fastest growing segments. Berg Insight expects that the vending machine segment will present a major opportunity for wireless connectivity in the long term. “Today only 1.8 million of the world’s 17.1 million vending machines are online. Every vending machine will eventually be connected, but costs for the wireless M2M hardware and subscriptions still need to come down significantly before this vision becomes reality”, Mr Fagerberg concludes.

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