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M2Mと組み込みデバイス:戦略分析と垂直市場予測 2015-2019年

M2M & Embedded Devices

Strategic Analysis & Vertical Market Forecasts 2015-2019

 

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Juniper Research
ジュニパーリサーチ社
2015年6月GBP3,970
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サマリー

この調査レポートは、世界のM2M市場を詳細に調査・解説し、市場予測結果を掲載しています。

主要な特徴

  • 主な破壊的市場要因と革新的市場要因について調査を行いながら現在の市場状況についての評価
  • 主要な6つの垂直市場について詳細な分析
    • 自動車 (消費者と商用)
    • 医療(心臓性と慢性)
    • スマートメータ
    • POS、小売/金融業
    • 家電(電子リーダとその他)
    • コネクテッドビルディング
  • バリューチェーン全体における主要プレーヤとのインタビュー
    • Cinterion
    • Freewave
    • Globalstar
    • Jasper Technologies
    • KORE Telematics
    • Neul
    • Tech Mahindra
    • Trimble
  • 「Key player capability and capacity assessment」および「ベンダの市場ポジショニングマトリックス」による主要プレーヤの評価
  • 様々なM2Mセクタの市場サイズや成長についての業界予測ベンチマーク
  • このセクタを牽引していく主要プレーヤを「Movers & Shakers」から特定

Overview

Juniper Research has a long track record of success in covering key verticals such as M2M (Machine-to-Machine). Tracking the M2M market since 2006, Juniper is well positioned to provide market-leading research on sector-by-sector prospects within both consumer and enterprise-focused segments.

Our M2M & Embedded Strategies research is an essential guide for players across the M2M value chain, as it provides an assessment of the key developing business models along with a series of strategic recommendations.

Key Features

  • Evaluates the current market landscape, examining key disruptive and innovative market forces.
  • Provides an in-depth analysis of 6 key M2M verticals:
    • Automotive (Consumer and Commercial)
    • Healthcare (Cardiac and Chronic)
    • Smart Metering
    • POS and Retail/Banking
    • Consumer Electronics (eReaders and Other)
    • Connected Buildings.
  • Interviews with leading players across the value chain including:
    • Cinterion
    • Freewave
    • Globalstar
    • Jasper Technologies
    • KORE Telematics
    • Neul
    • Tech Mahindra
    • Trimble.
  • Assesses the leading players through a ‘Key player capability and capacity assessment’, together with a vendor market positioning matrix.
  • Includes benchmark industry forecasts for size and growth of the various M2M sectors.
  • Identifies key executives driving the sector in our ‘Movers & Shakers’ review.

Key Questions

  1. Which market verticals hold the greatest promise in terms of service and connectivity enablement revenues?
  2. What are the prospects for cellular-based M2M modules?
  3. How are smartphones and Big Data playing a role in the M2M universe, and how will these devices and technologies affect the M2M market moving forward?
  4. How is the API landscape developing and what role does it play?
  5. How will the IoT and the M2M universe interrelate with one another?

Companies Referenced

Interviewed: Cinterion, Freewave, Globalstar, Jasper Technologies, KORE Telematics, Tech Mahindra, Trimble.
 
Profiled: Gemalto/Cinterion, Globalstar, Huawei/Neul, Jasper Technologies, KORE Telematics, Numerex, Sierra Wireless, Tech Mahindra, Telit, Trimble.
 
Mentioned: ABB, Accenture, Acorn Group, ADI, Airdesk, Alere, Altair, Amazon, America Móvil, American Red Cross, Apple Amtech, ARM, AT&T, Atos Worldwide, Audi, Banamex, Bank of America, Bell Labs, Bentley, BioTelemetry, Braemar, British Gas, Broadband Forum, Broadcom, BT, Bugatti, Buick, CA Technologies, Cadillac, Campbell Scientific, Cardionet, Carlson, Cartasite, Cascade Engineering, Cenex, CGI Babcock, Chevrolet, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Chubb, Cisco, Claro Argentina, Concirrus, Connected Health, Cooper Power Systems, CSR, Daihatsu, Data911, Dell, Deloitte, Deutsche Telekom, DHL, DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), DoubleRadius, eCardio, EE, Elecsys, Element 14, E.ON, Eurosmart, FAGOR Electronica, Ford, France Telecom, Freescale, G.SNEL, Gandalf Technologies, Gem, General Motors, Global Standards Collaboration, GlobalConect, Goldman Sachs, Google, Green Sensor Network Laboratories, Groupon, GSMA, Healthrageous, Hewlett-Packard, Hino, Honda, Hyundai, IBM, Icera, IEEE, iGPS, Ikanos Communications, ILS Technology, Indesit, Ingenico, Institute of Chartered Management Accountants, International M2M Council, Intuit, IRON Solutions, ITU, iZettle, Kaiser Permanente, Kineto, KPMG, KPN, L&T Technology Services, Lamborghini, LCC (Lightbridge Communications Corporation), LG, Lexus, Loral Space, LS Technology, Microcell, Microsoft, Mobility, Motorola, Navman Wireless, Netflix, Nexala, Ninatrans, Nissan, NSN, NTT DoCoMo, NVIDIA, OICA, OnStar, Opel, Optus, Oracle, Orbcomm, Orbit One Communications, Pandora, Payleven, PayPal, Peugeot Citroen, PG&E, Qualcomm, Raco Wireless, Ram Mobile Data, Rogers Wireless, RSPCA, SafeNet, Samsung, SAP, Scania, Schlumberger, SDT, Seat, Sensor Logic, Siemens, Sierra Wireless, Silver Spring Networks, SimplexGrinnell, SingTel, Skoda, Sprint, Square, Suzuki, Target, Tata, Telefónica, Telenor, TeliaSonera, Telstra, Terrabit Networks, Thermo Companies, TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association), Toyota, Trackpoint Systems, Transatel, Trilliant, Tyco Fire and Security, Ublip, United Technologies, Vauxhall, VeriFone, Verizon, Vervaeke, VimpelCom, Vodafone, Volkswagen, Wavetek Wandel Goltermann, Weightless Special Interest Group, Wi-Fi Alliance, Wireless Maingate, World Bank.

Data & Interactive Forecast

Juniper Research’s highly granular interactive Excels enable clients to manipulate Juniper’s forecast data and charts to test their own assumptions by using the interactive scenario tool, and compare select markets side by side in customised charts and tables. IFxls greatly increase a clients’ ability to both understand a particular market and to integrate their own views into the model.

The forecast suite includes:

  • Country level splits for:
    • Canada
    • Denmark
    • Germany
    • Norway
    • Portugal
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • UK
    • US
    • As well as 8 Key Regions.
  • Market vertical splits for:
    • Automotive (Consumer and Commercial)
    • Healthcare (Cardiac and Chronic)
    • Smart Metering
    • POS and Retail/Banking
    • Consumer Electronics (eReaders and Other)
    • Connected Buildings
  • Evaluation of SIMs in service, service revenues and connectivity enablement revenues
  • An interactive scenarios tool that allows users to test their own assumptions by manipulating Juniper data for 14 different metrics.
Access to the full set of forecast data of 83 tables and over 9,000 datapoints.

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M2M & Embedded Devices: Strategic Analysis & Vertical Market Forecasts 2015-2019 (完全版)

Juniper Research has thoroughly assessed the M2M market from the perspective of SIM-enabled modules, where stakeholders are rapidly expanding their service offering beyond a single core-competency within the value chain. This report is essential reading for stakeholders looking to understand the current market forces and prospects for the cellular M2M industry.

 The research suite includes:

  1. Executive Summary - Slide deck summarising key trends, competitive analysis and market forecasts, allied to a series of strategic recommendations for players across the value chain (PPT).
  2. Market Trends & Competitive Landscape - strategic analysis of market dynamics, drivers and trends, together with M2M capability assessment and matrix (PDF).
  3. Market Sizing & Forecasts – regional and sector prospects analysis together with five year forecasts for key metrics, including device base and service revenue (PDF).
  4. Interactive Forecast Excel – highly granular dataset comprising more than 9,000 datapoints, allied to an interactive scenario tool giving user the ability to manipulate Juniper’s data (Interactive XL).

M2M & Embedded Devices: Market Trends & Competitive Landscape 2015-2019 (市場動向&競争環境版)


Juniper Research examines the promising M2M sector, an important enabler of many IoT (Internet of Things) services. In this research we examine the key developments and disruptors that have emerged alongside a thorough examination of the market.
 
 Our 'Market Trends & Competitive Landscape' report analyses the value chain and ecosystem across 6 market verticals to deliver an in-depth assessment of the market - from value proposition to strategies and opportunities. It provides expert trend analysis supported by interviews with key players across the M2M value chain.
 
 Offered in PDF format.
 
 The research includes: •In-depth market landscape analysis and discussion
•Examination of key trends, drivers and constraints by vertical
•Stakeholder strategies & ecosystem establishment
•Impact of smartphones, Big Data and the Internet of Things
•Vendor analysis: capability assessment & market positioning
•Key player profiles & case studies

M2M & Embedded Devices: Market Sizing & Forecasts 2015-2019 (市場規模&予測版)

Juniper continues to deliver market-leading forecasts covering the M2M sector. New revised and expanded forecasts are provided for 6 key M2M sectors, namely: •Automotive (Consumer and Commercial)

  • Healthcare (Cardiac and Chronic)
  • Smart Metering
  • POS and Retail/Banking
  • Consumer Electronics (eReaders and Other)
  • Connected Buildings.

Provided in a PDF report and in interactive XL spreadsheet.

The forecasts include:

  • SIM module penetration and installed base.
    • Consumer & Commercial Vehicles
    • Smart Meters
    • Remotely-monitored individuals (Chronic Disease & Cardiac Outpatients)
    • Payment & Banking Modules
    • Household Mobile Connections
    • Consumer Electronics Devices
  • Service Revenues and Connectivity Enablement Revenues.
    • Service Revenue per Device
    • Proportion of Service Revenue Attributable to Connectivity Enablement


 



目次

1.  Market Trends & Competitive Landscape

Contents

1.  M2M Markets: Towards the Internet of Things

1.1 Introduction ...................................................................................... 5
1.1.1 Principle M2M Industries.............................................................. 5
1.2 M2M Defined ..................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 The Internet of Things .................................................................. 6
1.2.2 The M2M Value Chain ................................................................... 8
Figure 1.1: Layers within the M2M Value Chain .................................................... 8
1.3 Market Players and Stakeholders................................................... 9
Figure 1.2: The Player Value Chain ...................................................................... 9
1.4 M2M Industry Sectors...................................................................... 9
1.4.1 Telematics ................................................................................... 10
i. Telematics Prospects....................................................................................... 10
1.4.2 Smart Metering and Utilities ...................................................... 10
i. Smart Metering Prospects ............................................................................... 10
1.4.3 Healthcare and Remote Patient Monitoring ............................. 11
i. Healthcare and Remote Patient Monitoring Prospects ..................................... 11
1.4.4 POS, Retail and Banking ............................................................ 11
i. POS, Retail and Banking Prospects ................................................................. 11
1.4.5 The Connected Home, Security and Consumer Electronics .. 12
i. The Connected Home, Security and Consumer Electronics Prospects ............ 12
1.4.6 Additional M2M areas ................................................................. 12
1.5 The Connected Device Opportunity ............................................. 12
Figure 1.3: The M2M Opportunity: Now and In the Future .................................. 13
1.6 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 13

2.  The M2M Business Case- Driving Forces and Stakeholder Approaches

2.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 15
2.2 The M2M Business Case ............................................................... 15
2.2.1 APIs and Integrating M2M into Business Processes .............. 15
2.3 Trends, Drivers and Constraints .................................................. 16
Figure 2.1: M2M Market Trends, Drivers & Constraints ...................................... 17
2.3.1 M2M Trends ................................................................................. 17
Figure 2.2: Big Data: Data Mining and Analysis ................................................. 19
2.3.2 M2M Drivers ................................................................................ 19
Table 2.3: Drivers by Industry Sector ................................................................. 19
2.3.3 M2M Constraints ......................................................................... 20
Table 2.4: Constraints by Industry Sector ........................................................... 21
Table 2.5: Deployment Cycles by Industry ......................................................... 22
2.4 M2M Data Usage ............................................................................ 22
2.4.1 Regional Prospects: The Rise of China ................................... 22

3.  M2M Players & Competitive Positioning

3.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 25
3.2 Vendor Assessment ...................................................................... 25
Table 3.1: Vendor Capability Assessment Criteria .............................................. 26
3.2.1 Limitations and Interpretation ................................................... 27
3.2.2 Positioning Matrix Results ......................................................... 28
Table 3.2: Global M2M Player Scoring Matrix ..................................................... 28
Figure 3.3: Global M2M Player Positioning Matrix............................................... 29
3.2.3 Vendor Groupings ...................................................................... 30
i. Summary ......................................................................................................... 30
3.3 M2M Movers & Shakers ................................................................. 32
3.4 Player Profiles ................................................................................ 34
3.4.1 Gemalto/Cinterion ....................................................................... 34
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 34
ii. Service Offering and Business Model.............................................................. 34
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 34
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ....... 34
3.4.2 Globalstar .................................................................................... 35
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 35
ii. Service Offering and Business Model.............................................................. 35
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 35
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ....... 36
3.4.3 Huawei/Neul................................................................................. 36
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 36
ii. Service Offering and Business Model.............................................................. 36
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 36
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ....... 37
3.4.4 Jasper Technologies .................................................................. 37
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 37
ii. Service Offering and Business Model.............................................................. 37
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 38
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ...... 38
3.4.5 KORE Telematics ........................................................................ 39
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 39
ii. Service Offering and Business Model ............................................................. 39
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 39
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ...... 40
3.4.6 Numerex ...................................................................................... 40
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 40
ii. Service Offering and Business Model ............................................................. 40
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 41
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ...... 41
3.4.7 Sierra Wireless ............................................................................ 41
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 41
ii. Service Offering and Business Model ............................................................. 42
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 42
iv. Juniper’s View: Key Strengths and Strategic Development Opportunities ...... 42
3.4.8 Tech Mahindra ............................................................................ 43
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 43
ii. Service Offering and Business Model ............................................................. 43
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 43
iv. Juniper’s View: Tech Mahindra’s Key Strengths and Strategic Development
Opportunities ..................................................................................................... 43
3.4.9 Telit .............................................................................................. 44
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 44
ii. Service Offering and Business Model ............................................................. 44
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 44
iv. Juniper’s View: Trimble’s Key Strengths and Strategic Development
Opportunities ...................................................................................................... 45
3.4.10 Trimble ....................................................................................... 45
i. Corporate ........................................................................................................ 45
ii. Service Offering and Business Model.............................................................. 45
iii. Partnerships and Adoption ............................................................................. 46
iv. Juniper’s View: Trimble’s Key Strengths and Strategic Development
Opportunities ...................................................................................................... 46

2.  Market Sizing & Forecasts

Contents

1.  M2M Markets: Towards the Internet of Things

1.1 Introduction ...................................................................................... 5
1.1.1 Principle M2M Industries.............................................................. 5
1.2 M2M Defined ..................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 The Internet of Things .................................................................. 6
1.2.2 The M2M Value Chain ................................................................... 8
Figure 1.1: Layers within the M2M Value Chain .................................................... 8
1.3 Market Players and Stakeholders................................................... 9
Figure 1.2: The Player Value Chain ...................................................................... 9
1.4 M2M Industry Sectors...................................................................... 9
1.4.1 Telematics ................................................................................... 10
i. Telematics Prospects....................................................................................... 10
1.4.2 Smart Metering and Utilities ...................................................... 10
i. Smart Metering Prospects ............................................................................... 10
1.4.3 Healthcare and Remote Patient Monitoring ............................. 11
i. Healthcare and Remote Patient Monitoring Prospects ..................................... 11
1.4.4 POS, Retail and Banking ............................................................ 11
i. POS, Retail and Banking Prospects ................................................................. 11
1.4.5 The Connected Home, Security and Consumer Electronics .. 12
i. The Connected Home, Security and Consumer Electronics Prospects ............ 12
1.4.6 Additional M2M areas ................................................................. 12
1.5 The Connected Device Opportunity ............................................. 12
Figure 1.3: The M2M Opportunity: Now and In the Future .................................. 13
1.6 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 13

2.  M2M Forecast Summary

2.1 Forecast Overview ......................................................................... 15
2.1.1 Forecast Steps ............................................................................ 15
Figure 2.1: M2M by Sector: Addressable Markets and Factors Influencing
Adoption ............................................................................................................ 16
Figure & Table 2.2: Installed Base of Connected Devices by Device Category (m)
Split by M2M Category 2014-2019 ..................................................................... 17
2.1.2 Revenues Enabled by M2M ....................................................... 18
Figure & Table 2.3: Service Revenues enabled by M2M ($m) Split by M2M
Category ............................................................................................................ 18
2.2 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 18

3.  Automotive M2M & Telematics: Development & Forecasts

3.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 20
3.2 Automotive Sector ......................................................................... 20
Figure 3.1: Trends and Success Drivers in the Global Automotive Industry ........ 21
3.3 Telematics Technologies .............................................................. 22
Figure 3.2: The Telematics Technology Map...................................................... 22
3.4 Telematics Trends and Developments ........................................ 23
3.5 Telematics M2M Forecasts ........................................................... 23
Figure 3.3: Telematics Forecast Methodology (Vehicles with Embedded
Devices) ............................................................................................................. 25
Figure & Table 3.4: Number of Vehicles with Telematics Installed (m) Split by 8
Key Regions 2014-2019 ..................................................................................... 26
3.5.1 Telematics Service Revenues.................................................... 27
Figure & Table 3.5: Service Revenues from Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key
Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................................................ 27
3.5.2 Connectivity-Enablement Telematics ....................................... 28
Figure & Table 3.6: Connectivity Enablement Revenues from Telematics ($m)
Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ...................................................................... 28
3.6 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 28

4.  Smart Metering: Market Industry Status, Development & Forecasts

4.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 30
4.2 Smart Metering Definitions and Current Status .......................... 30
4.3 The Smart Metering Value Chain .................................................. 31
4.3.1 Informational Benefits ................................................................ 31
Figure 4.1: PG&E’s Energy Portal, A Typical Example ....................................... 31
4.4 Metering… Towards a Smart Future ............................................ 32
4.5 Towards the Smart City ................................................................. 33
Figure 4.2: GSMA: Actioning the Smart-Home .................................................... 33
4.6 Smart Metering Forecasts ............................................................. 34
Figure 4.3: Smart Metering Forecasts Methodology ............................................ 35
Table 4.4: Penetration Rate (%) of Smart Meters Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-
2019 ................................................................................................................... 36
Figure & Table 4.5: Number of Smart Meters SIMs in Service (m) Split by 8 Key
Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................................................ 37
4.6.1 Smart Metering Service Revenues ............................................ 38
Table 4.6: Service Revenues Per Annum per SIM-enabled Meter, Split by 8 Key
Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................................................ 38
Figure & Table 4.7: Service Revenues from Smart Metering ($m) Split by 8 Key
Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................................................ 39
4.6.2 Connectivity Installation and Enablement - Smart Metering .. 39
Figure & Table 4.8: Connectivity Enablement Revenues - Smart Metering ($m)
Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ..................................................................... 40
4.7 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 40

5.  Digital Health Market & Forecasts

5.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 42
5.1.1 Smartphone-Based Solutions ................................................... 42
5.2 The Healthcare Industry ................................................................ 43
5.2.1 Outlook for the Global Healthcare Industry ............................. 43
5.2.2 Healthcare Trends ...................................................................... 44
Figure 5.1: Healthcare Trends and Their Impact on mHealth ............................. 44
5.2.3 Digital Healthcare Technologies ............................................... 45
Figure 5.2: The Digital Healthcare Technology Value Chain ............................... 45
5.3 Healthcare M2M Forecasts ........................................................... 45
5.3.1 Forecast Approach ..................................................................... 45
i. Analysis of the Current Market ........................................................................ 45
ii. Evaluation of Business Model and Company Prospects ................................. 46
iii. Evaluation of Market and Competitive Response from Rivals ........................ 46
5.3.2 Methodology ............................................................................... 46
Figure 5.3: Remote Patient Monitoring Methodology .......................................... 47
5.3.3 Remote Health Monitoring Forecasts All Use Cases .............. 48
Figure & Table 5.4: Number of Individuals Adopting Remote Patient Monitoring
(Chronic Diseases & Cardiac Outpatients) (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-
2019 .................................................................................................................. 48
5.3.4 Revenues from Remote Health Monitoring All Use Cases ..... 49
Figure & Table 5.5: Revenues from Remote Patient Monitoring (Chronic Diseases
& Cardiac Outpatients) ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ......................... 49
Figure & Table 5.6: Connectivity Enablement Revenues from Remote Patient
Monitoring (Chronic Diseases & Cardiac Outpatients) ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions
2014-2019 .......................................................................................................... 50
5.4 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 51

6.  POS, Retail & Banking Markets & Forecasts - The Challenge of New Models

6.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 53
6.1.1 POS .............................................................................................. 53
6.1.2 POS, Retail and Banking Stakeholders .................................... 53
6.2 Trends and Developments ............................................................ 54
6.3 POS, Retail and Banking Forecasts ............................................. 55
Figure 6.1: Forecast Methodology for POS, Retail and Banking ......................... 56
Figure & Table 6.2: Installed Base of Cellular Retail and Banking Hardware
(ePOS, ATM, Smart Vending) (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ................ 57
6.3.1 POS, Retail and Banking Service Revenues ............................ 57
Figure & Table 6.3: Service Revenues from POS, Retail and Banking ($m) Split
by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019.............................................................................. 58
6.3.2 Connectivity Enablement POS, Retail and Banking Services 58
Figure & Table 6.4: Connectivity Enablement Revenues - POS, Retail and
Banking Services ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ................................. 59
6.4 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 59

7.  Smart Home, Security & Consumer Electronics Markets

7.1 Introduction .................................................................................... 62
7.2 The Connected Home Concept .................................................... 62
Figure 7.1: GSMA Connected Home Vision ....................................................... 62
7.3 Trends and Developments ............................................................ 63
7.4 Security and Connected Home Forecasts .................................. 64
Figure 7.2: Methodology for Security and Connected Home............................... 66
Figure & Table 7.3: Total Number of Household Mobile Connections (m) Split by 8
Key Regions 2014-2019 ..................................................................................... 67
7.4.1 Security and the Connected Home Revenues ......................... 68
Table 7.4: Average Annual Service Revenues per Connected Device ($) Split by 8
Key Regions 2014-2019 ..................................................................................... 68
Figure & Table 7.5: Revenue from Cellular Connected Modules for Buildings in
Service ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ................................................ 69
Figure & Table 7.6: Connectivity and Enablement Revenues from Celluar
Connected Modules in Buildings ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 .......... 70
7.5 Connected Consumer Electronics Device Forecasts ................ 70
Figure 7.7: Methodology for Embedded Consumer Electronics Devices ............. 72
Figure & Table 7.8: Number of Connected Consumer Electronics Devices (m)
Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ..................................................................... 73
7.5.1 Service Revenues from Connected Consumer Electronics ... 73
Figure & Table 7.9: Service Revenues from Connected Consumer Electronics
($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................. 74
7.5.2 Connectivity Enablement Revenues - Connected Consumer
Electronics ........................................................................................... 74
Figure & Table 7.10: Connectivity Enablement Revenues - Consumer Electronics
($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2014-2019 ............................................................. 75
7.6 Conclusion ..................................................................................... 75

 

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