Smart Cities

Smart Technologies and Infrastructure for Energy, Water, Mobility,
Buildings, and Government: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts

The momentum behind the development of smart cities continues unabated. City leaders around the world are committing to smart city objectives as they attempt to shape the development of their cities to meet social, economic, and environmental challenges. National governments are also encouraging cities to become centers of innovation and drivers of sustainable growth. There are many grand visions for the development of smart cities and even more pilots and demonstration programs. However, there are far fewer large-scale, financially sound deployments of smart solutions to solve core city problems.

Today, city leaders and suppliers are recognizing that there needs to be a clearer and faster route to the broader deployment of proven technologies and solutions. The question is how to establish the right business models and deployment strategies to enable this expansion. Meanwhile, city strategies are increasingly emphasizing resilience and climate adaption and focusing on making smart city development relevant to citizens and their daily lives. Smart city trends also include a desire for more data-driven policymaking and operational control and a recognition of the need for standards to help drive smart city programs to the next stage. According to Navigant Research, global smart city revenue is expected to grow from $36.8 billion in 2016 to $88.7 billion by 2025.

This Navigant Research report examines the evolution of the global smart city market, with a focus on five key industries: energy, water, mobility, buildings, and government. The study compares different approaches to the smart city and provides comprehensive profiles of noteworthy smart city projects in each major world region. Global revenue forecasts for smart city technologies, segmented by industry and region, extend through 2025. The report also examines the significant market drivers and challenges related to smart cities, key business models used to fund smart city projects, and the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the key market and technology issues influencing the development of smart cities?
  • What are the primary business models being used to fund smart city projects?
  • Which smart technologies are having the biggest impact on smart cities?
  • How are smart cities shaping technology developments?
  • How do smart city strategy and project implementation differ around the world?
  • Who are the key players in the smart city market?
  • How will growth in the global smart city market vary by industry and region?
Who needs this report?
  • IT, networking, and telecommunications vendors
  • Smart grid hardware and software vendors
  • Building equipment and appliance vendors
  • Smart transportation and mobility providers 
  • Energy management hardware and software vendors
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community 

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  A Critical Phase for Smart Cities

1.2  Definition and Key Trends

1.2.1  The Emergence of New Business Models

1.2.2  More National Programs

1.2.3  Acceleration of the Energy Transition

1.2.4  Emerging Models for Mobility on Demand

1.2.5  From Point Solutions to Multi-Application Networks

1.3  The Market Opportunity

2. Market Issues

2.1  Smart Cities: Growth and Evolution of the Market

2.2  The Smart City: Definition and Scope of Report

2.3  Market Drivers

2.3.1  Meeting the Challenges of Urbanization

2.3.2  Sustainability: Decoupling Growth and Emissions

2.3.3  Economic Development

2.3.4  Improvements in Services and Citizen Well-Being

2.3.5  Resilient Cities: Climate Adaption

2.3.6  Efficiency Improvements

2.3.7  Technology Innovation

2.4  Market Trends

2.4.1  Smart Cities and the Energy Transition

2.4.2  Water: Tackling the Challenges of Drought and Flood

2.4.3  New Models for Urban Mobility

2.4.3.1  Electric Mobility

2.4.3.2  Multi-Modal and Mass Transportation

2.4.3.3  On-Demand and Shared Mobility Services

2.4.3.4  Smart Parking Systems

2.4.3.5  Intelligent Transportation Systems

2.4.3.6  Autonomous Vehicles

2.4.4  Intelligent Buildings and City Energy Management

2.4.5  Smart Government: Providing Safe, Healthy, and Efficient Cities

2.4.5.1  Smart Street Lighting

2.4.5.2  Smart Public Safety and Security

2.4.5.3  Smart Waste

2.4.6  The Evolution of City Platforms and Cross-Sector Solutions

2.5  Market Challenges

2.5.1  Funding

2.5.2  Privacy, Security, and Big Data Challenges

2.5.3  Governance

2.5.4  Standards

2.6  Smart City Business Models

2.6.1  PPPs

2.6.2  ESPCs

2.6.3  BOT Agreements

2.6.4  Lighthouse Projects

3. Regional Trends

3.1  Introduction

3.2  North America

3.2.1  Canada

3.2.1.1  Vancouver, Canada

3.2.2  United States

3.2.2.1  Chicago

3.2.2.2  Denver, Colorado

3.3  Europe

3.3.1  European Commission Programs

3.3.1.1  Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership

3.3.1.2  Lighthouse Cities

3.3.1.3  Other European Initiatives

3.3.2  France

3.3.2.1  Lyon

3.3.2.2  Paris

3.3.3  Germany

3.3.3.1  Hamburg

3.3.4  Spain

3.3.4.1  Barcelona

3.3.5  United Kingdom

3.3.5.1  Bristol

3.3.6  Other European Smart City Initiatives

3.3.6.1  Amsterdam, the Netherlands

3.4  Asia Pacific

3.4.1  China

3.4.2  India

3.4.2.1  New Delhi

3.4.3  Japan

3.4.4  Singapore

3.4.5  South Korea

3.4.6  Australia

3.5  Latin America

3.5.1  Brazil

3.5.2  Mexico

3.5.3  Colombia

3.6  Middle East

3.6.1  UAE

3.6.2  Qatar

3.7  Africa

3.7.1  South Africa

3.7.2  Kenya

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Navigant Research Smart City Model

4.1.1  Smart City Technology Applications and Innovations

4.2  Smart Cities and IoT

4.2.1  Sensors and Intelligent Devices

4.2.2  Smart City Communications Trends

4.2.2.1  Low-Power Networks

4.2.2.2  5G Networks

4.2.2.3  Big Data and Analytics in the Smart City

4.2.3  City Platforms and Operations Centers

4.3  Smart City Standards

4.3.1  City Protocol

4.3.2  International Organization for Standardization

4.3.3  Other Standards Developments

4.3.4  Smart Cities and IoT Standards

5. Key Industry Players

5.1  Smart City Supplier Ecosystem

5.2  Select Profiles of Global Smart City Providers

5.2.1  AT&T

5.2.2  Cisco

5.2.3  Engie

5.2.4  Ericsson

5.2.5  General Electric

5.2.6  Hitachi

5.2.7  Huawei

5.2.8  IBM

5.2.9  Itron

5.2.10   Microsoft

5.2.11   Panasonic

5.2.12   Philips

5.2.13   Schneider Electric

5.2.14   Sensity

5.2.15   Siemens

5.2.16   Silver Spring Networks

5.2.17   Telensa

5.2.18   Urbiotica

5.2.19   Verizon

5.2.20   Xerox

6. Market Forecasts

6.1  Forecast Methodology

6.2  Smart City Market Global Opportunity

6.3  Industry Forecasts

6.3.1  Smart Energy

6.3.2  Smart Water

6.3.3  Smart Mobility

6.3.4  Smart Buildings

6.3.5  Smart Government

6.4  Regional Forecasts

6.4.1  North America

6.4.2  Europe

6.4.3  Asia Pacific

6.4.4  Latin America

6.4.5  Middle East & Africa

6.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Transportation Landscape: 2025-2050
  • Potential Smart City Applications with Networked LED Street Lights
  • Top Priority Smart City Technologies for U.S. Mayors
  • UK Smart Cities Index
  • First 20 Smart Cities Selected from India’s Smart City Challenge
  • Navigant Research Smart City Model
  • Smart City Suppliers Ecosystem
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Urbanization Trends, World Markets: 1950-2050
  • Cumulative Smart City Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, North America: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, Europe: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, Asia Pacific: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, Latin America: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, Middle East & Africa: 2016-2025 

List of Tables

  • Climate Action Plans of Selected Cities, World Markets
  • Example Smart Street Light Projects, World Markets
  • Smart City Business Model Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Smart City Applications, Technologies, and Example Cities
  • Smart City Suppliers Ecosystem 
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Cumulative Smart City Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Cumulative Smart City Revenue by Industry, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Smart Energy Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Smart Water Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Smart Mobility Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Smart Buildings Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Smart Government Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry and Country, North America: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry and Country, Europe: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry and Country, Asia Pacific: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry and Country, Latin America: 2016-2025
  • Annual Smart City Revenue by Industry, Middle East & Africa: 2016-2025

Report Details

  • Pages: 109
  • Tables, Charts,
    Figures:
    35
  • Release Date: 2Q 2016

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