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5Gとエネルギーのインターネット(IoE)

5G and the Internet of Energy

 

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Navigant Research
ナビガントリサーチ
2017年12月US$1,800
1-5ユーザライセンス(PDF)
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「5Gとエネルギーのインターネット(IoE)」は、5Gの技術標準とその利用事例を概説している。5Gネットワークがサポートする多くのスマートグリッドアプリケーションについて論議し、生み出されるであろうビジネスモデルの確実な商機を提案している。5Gの今後に向けて市場を主導するグローバルキャリアとインフラストラクチャーベンダについても論議している。今後5-10年間にネットワークの更新を計画している公益事業者と関連するベンダは、将来的な保証や全体的な接続性を考慮し、5Gの進化による長期的な影響を完全に理解しなければならない。

5G communications technology will underpin the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the confluence of ubiquitous mobile broadband, pervasive sensing, and artificial intelligence promises to drive massive change across industry and society. This coming generation of wireless communications, in global pilots even as standards are still being shaped, promises to make the Internet of Things (IoT)—and of Energy (IoE)—a reality.

For power utilities, 5G’s flexible, multi-spectrum, multi-function architecture will provide a platform able to support critical latency-sensitive applications as well as low power, low cost applications such as ubiquitous sensing throughout the distribution grid. It will enable smart fleet management and employ edge computing and cloud technologies for distributed automation and intelligent control. Virtualization of network aspects will allow carriers to provide greater security, signal prioritization, and quality of service (QoS) to utilities, alleviating past concerns about public networks.

This Navigant Research report provides an overview of the 5G technology standard and its use cases. It discusses the many smart grid applications these networks will support and proposes certain business model opportunities it may create. The report also provides a discussion of the global carriers and infrastructure vendors that are leading the charge toward the 5G future. Utilities—and their vendors—planning network upgrades over the next 5-10 years must fully understand the longer-term implications of the 5G evolution as they consider their need for future-proof and holistic connectivity.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is 5G wireless and how does it differ from legacy cellular service?
  • How will 5G support utility and energy industry participants?
  • Which key vendors and carriers are shaping 5G standards and conducting pilots worldwide?
  • What opportunities will 5G network architecture create for utilities?
  • How will 5G maturity affect utilities, smart grid communications vendors, and service providers planning utility networks?
Who needs this report?
  • Communications infrastructure vendors
  • Cloud service providers
  • Communications service providers
  • Utilities
  • Utility regulators
  • Grid IT and analytics solutions vendors
  • Grid sensor vendors
  • Investor community


目次

1. Executive Summary

2. 5G and the Internet of Energy

2.1   5G Overview

2.1.1   Enhanced Mobile Broadband

2.1.2   Ultra-Reliable and Low Latency Communications

2.1.3   Massive Machine-Type Communications

2.1.4   Standards

2.2   Network Characteristics and Requirements

2.2.1   5G Spectrum Bands

2.2.2   Network Densification and Zoning Issues

2.2.3   SDN, Virtualization, and the Cloud

2.2.4   Cloud and Edge Computing

2.2.5   Security

2.2.6   Reliability

2.2.7   Fiber Needs for Backhaul

2.2.8   Timeline and Regional Development

2.3   IoE Applications

2.4   Leading 5G Market Participants for Smart Grid Applications

2.4.1   AT&T

2.4.2   Efacec

2.4.3   Ericcson

2.4.4   Huawei

2.4.5   Nokia

2.4.6   Qualcomm

2.4.7   Verizon

3. Conclusions and Recommendations

3.1   Recommendations for Utilities

3.2   Recommendations for Smart Grid Technology Vendors

3.3   Recommendations for Wireless Carriers

3.4   Recommendations for Wireless Infrastructure Vendors

List of Charts and Figures

  • The Three Legs of 5G Networks
  • 5G Proposed Spectrum Bands
  • Small Cells Densify Existing Cellular Networks
  • Proposed 5G Spectrum Bands by Country

List of Tables

  • Latency Requirements for Grid Segments
  • Smart Grid Applications Supported by 5G Networks

 

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プレスリリース

[プレスリリース原文]

5G Communications Technology Expected to Dramatically Enhance Grid Networking Options

5G will deliver a step-change in public wireless networking and offer the opportunity for a truly ubiquitous, futureproof network, report finds

December 27, 2017

A new report from Navigant Research examines the 5G technology standard and its use cases, focusing on smart grid applications and possible business model opportunities.

5G communications technology is expected to underpin the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where the confluence of ubiquitous mobile broadband, pervasive sensing, and artificial intelligence promises to drive massive change across industry and society. This coming generation of wireless communications promises to make the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Internet of Energy (IoE) a reality, while delivering added benefits for power utilities.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, 5G’s flexible, multi-spectrum, multi-function architecture will provide a platform able to support critical latency-sensitive applications as well as low power, low cost applications such as ubiquitous sensing throughout the distribution grid.

“5G will deliver a step-change in public wireless networking that has the potential to dramatically enhance the way utilities network their grid assets and systems,” says Richelle Elberg, principal research analyst with Navigant Research. “Many of the concerns utilities have historically had with public networks should be alleviated, and the opportunity for a truly ubiquitous, futureproof network is one that utilities should not overlook as 5G networks come to fruition.”

In addition to enabling smart fleet management as well as edge computing and cloud technologies for distributed automation and intelligent control, 5G networks may also provide new business model opportunities to power utilities, according to the report. Because the technology depends upon dense small cell architecture, opportunities for utilities to partner with carriers could arise, making dispersed assets such as poles, wires, and rights of way valuable assets.

The report, 5G and the Internet of Energy, provides an overview of the 5G technology standard and its use cases. It discusses the many smart grid applications these networks will support and proposes certain business model opportunities it may create. The report also provides a discussion of the global carriers and infrastructure vendors that are leading the charge toward the 5G future. Utilities—and their vendors—planning network upgrades over the next 5-10 years must fully understand the longer-term implications of the 5G evolution as they consider their need for future-proof and holistic connectivity.

 

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