Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and 5G New Radio (NR): Market Outlook and Forecasts for IIoT and 5G NR enabled Automation 2017 - 2022




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Overview:

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies are poised to transform many industry verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. Initially focusing on improving existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, IIoT will evolve to encompass next generation methods and procedures such as "teleoperation" (operation of a machine at a distance), tele-robotics, and other areas that rely upon interface and control of real objects by virtual objects.

5G New Radio (NR) access technology is a part of 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) architecture that is composed of LTE evolution and NR technology that will be operable from sub-1 GHz to 24+ GHz in a range of low band, mid band, and high band. For communication service providers, mmWave will bring both challenges and opportunities for general RAN infrastructure and in particular for private IIoT networks for industrial automation and mission critical services for enterprise across many industry verticals. In addition to direct services mobile network operator services, there will be opportunities for Virtual Network Operator (VNO) IoT Service Providers.

This research evaluates IIoT technologies, companies, applications, services, and solutions. Report forecasts include overall global and regional IIoT outlook as well as IIoT by industry vertical, software, hardware, and services for the period 2017 to 2022. This research also evaluates 5G NR and the market outlook for MNO and VNO to offer private IoT networks for the benefit of industrial automation and mission critical enterprise applications and services. The report evaluates major players, technologies, and solutions. The report also assesses market challenges, opportunities, and the overall outlook for 5G NR equipment and components.

Target Audience:

• Robotics companies
• Telecom service providers
• Manufacturing companies
• Embedded systems companies
• Wireless device manufacturers
• Systems integration companies
• Sensors and actuators suppliers
• IoT and industrial service providers
• Telecom and IT infrastructure suppliers

Table of Contents:

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Technologies, Solutions, and Services 2017 - 2022

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope of Research
1.2 Target Audience
1.3 Key Findings in Report
1.4 Companies in Report
2 Executive Summary
2.1 IIoT Markets by Region 2017 - 2022
2.2 IIoT Global Markets by Products 2017 - 2022
3 Overview
3.1 Defining Industrial Internet of Things
3.1.1 People, Processes, and Technology
3.1.2 IIoT and People
3.1.3 IIoT and Processes
3.1.4 IIoT and Technologies
3.2 Critical Focal Areas for IIoT Execution
3.3 IIoT Application Areas
3.3.1 Process Optimization
3.3.2 Enhance, Integrate and Scale existing Corporate IT Systems
3.3.3 Leverage Potential of Existing Infrastructure
3.4 Forming a Foundation for IIoT
3.4.1 Industrial Internet Consortium
3.4.2 Industry Leading Companies set the Pace
3.4.3 Industry Test Beds for IIoT
3.4.4 Industrial Internet Reference Architecture
3.5 Evaluating the Future Potential of IIoT
3.5.1 Cyber-security is a Critical Concern with IIoT
3.5.2 IIoT is Facilitating a Drive in Industrial Automation
3.5.3 Early IIoT Deployments to Benefit Existing Industries
3.5.4 IIoT will work in Collaboration to achieve Success
3.5.5 IIoT and the Fourth Industry Revolution
3.5.6 IIoT to Facilitate Transition to Smart Factories
3.5.7 Connected Factory: New Roles for Suppliers and Customers
3.5.8 IIoT and Product Transformation to an “as a Service” Economy
3.5.9 Intelligent Manufacturing: From Smart Factories to Smarter Factories
3.5.10 Teleoperation and Tele-robotics
3.5.11 IIoT and Fifth Generation (5G) Wireless
4 IIoT Technologies
4.1 Hardware Technologies
4.1.1 Hardware Development Platforms
4.1.2 Smart Sensors
4.2 Software Technologies
4.2.1 Connectivity Platforms
4.2.2 Data Storage Platforms
4.2.3 Data Analytics and Visualization Platforms
4.2.4 IoT Protocols
4.2.4.1 ZigBee
4.2.4.2 Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT)
4.2.4.3 XMPP Accelerates IoT
4.2.4.4 AMQP is Provides Rich Capabilities for Distributed Systems
4.2.4.5 DDS enables Network Interoperability in IoT
4.2.4.6 Thread
4.2.5 Next Generation Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS)
4.3 IIoT and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
4.3.1 Role and Importance with IIoT
4.3.2 MES and Cyber-Physical Systems
4.3.3 MES in the Cloud and other Convergence
4.3.4 Future of IIoT Enabled MES
4.4 Network Technologies in IIoT
4.4.1 Wireless Local Area Network
4.4.2 Wireless Personal Area Network
4.4.3 Wireless Sensor Network
5 IIoT Global Market Analysis and Forecasts 2017 - 2022
5.1 IIoT Markets by Region 2017 - 2022
5.2 IIoT Global Markets by Products Offered 2017 - 2022
5.2.1 IIoT in Hardware in 2017 – 2022
5.2.1.1 Connectivity platforms
5.2.1.2 Sensor Infrastructures
5.2.1.3 Hardware Development Platforms
5.2.2 IIoT in Software in 2017 – 2022
5.2.2.1 Data Storage
5.2.2.2 Software Development Platforms and Apps
5.2.2.3 Data Analytics Platform
5.2.2.4 Cyber-security Solutions
5.2.3 IIoT in Services 2017 – 2022
5.2.3.1 Cloud based Services
5.2.3.2 Management and Consulting Services
5.3 IIoT Global Markets by Industry Sector 2017 - 2022
5.3.1 IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2017 – 2022
5.3.2 Healthcare in IIoT 2017 - 2022
5.3.3 Automotive Industry in IIoT 2017 - 2002
5.3.4 Retail Industry in IIoT 2017 - 2022
5.3.5 Oil and Gas Industry in IIoT 2017 - 2022
5.3.6 IIoT in Cargo and Logistic Sector 2017 – 2022
5.3.7 IIoT in Utilities Sector 2017 – 2022
5.3.8 IIoT in Hospitality Sector 2017 – 2022
5.4 Market for Teleoperation and Tele-robotics in IIoT 2016 – 2021
5.4.1 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Segment 2016 – 2021
5.4.2 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Region 2017 – 2022
5.4.3 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions by Tech and App 2017 – 2022
5.4.4 IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
5.4.5 Artificial Intelligence in IIoT Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solutions
6 Company Analysis
6.1 AGT International
6.2 ARM Holdings
6.3 AT&T Inc.
6.3.1 AT&T Machine to Machine Solutions
6.3.2 AT&T M2X
6.4 B+B SmartWorx
6.5 Bayshore Networks
6.6 Bosch
6.6.1 Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbH
6.6.2 Bosch Software Innovations: Bosch IoT Suite
6.7 Cisco System Inc.
6.7.1 Cisco Industrial Networks
6.7.2 Cisco Embedded Networks
6.7.3 Management and Application Enablement
6.7.4 Physical and Cyber Cyber-security
6.7.5 Cisco IIoT Solutions
6.8 Contiki
6.9 Digi International
6.10 Echelon Corporation
6.10.1 Echelon’s IzoT Platform
6.11 Elecsys Corporation
6.12 General Electric
6.12.1 GE Predicitvity Solution
6.12.2 GE Predix Platform
6.13 Jasper Technologies Inc. (Cisco)
6.14 Lynx Software Technologies, Inc.
6.15 Object Management Group (OMG)
6.15.1 Data Distribution Service (DDS)
6.15.2 Dependability Assurance Framework for Safety-Sensitive Consumer Devices
6.15.3 Threat Modelling
6.15.4 Structured Assurance Case Meta-model (SACM)
6.15.5 Unified Component Model for Distributed, Real-Time and Embedded Systems (UCM)
6.15.6 Automated Source Code CWE-SANS Top 25-Based Cyber-security Measure
6.15.7 Oil and Gas Risk Management
6.16 OneM2M Partners
6.17 ParStream (Cisco)
6.18 RIOT
6.19 Real Time Innovation (RTI)
6.19.1 RTI Connext DDS
6.19.2 RTI Industrial IoT FastTrax Program
6.20 Sensata Technologies
6.21 Symantec
6.22 Unisys Corporation
6.23 Wind River
6.24 Worldsensing
6.25 Wovyn LLC.

Figures

FIGURE 1: IIoT Impact on Automation and Processes
FIGURE 2: Four Pillars of IIoT Execution
FIGURE 3: IoT Framework
FIGURE 4: 5G and IIoT
FIGURE 5: Requirements for Wireless IIoT Access Technology
FIGURE 6: Hardware Systems used in IIoT
FIGURE 7: Software Solutions used in IIoT
FIGURE 8: Smart Sensor Components
FIGURE 9: Smart Sensor Model
FIGURE 10: Smart Sensor Model with Functional Partitioning
FIGURE 11: IoT Data Processing Flow
FIGURE 12: Sensor Node Components
FIGURE 13: Wireless Sensor Network Topologies
FIGURE 14: Global IIoT Market 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 15: IIoT Regional Markets 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 16: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 17: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector by Region2017 – 2022
FIGURE 18: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 19: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 20: IIoT Deployments in Automotive Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 21: IIoT Deployments in Automotive Sector by Regions 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 22: IIoT Deployments in Retail Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 23: IIoT Deployments in Retail Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 24: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 25: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 26: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 27: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 28: IIoT in Utilities Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 29: IIoT in Utility Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 30: IIoT in Hospitality Sector 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 31: IIoT in Hospitality Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
FIGURE 32: Embedded Systems and IIoT
FIGURE 33: Managing Devices, Processes, and End-users in IIoT
FIGURE 34: IIoT Management Platform: Cloud, Connectivity, and Devices
FIGURE 35: Fourth Generation Automation Software

Tables

TABLE 1: Leading Proprietary RTOS in Embedded Systems
TABLE 2: Global IIoT Market 2017 – 2022
TABLE 3: IIoT Regional Markets 2017 - 2022
TABLE 4: IIoT Markets by Product Segment 2017 - 2022
TABLE 5: IIoT Regional Markets by Product Sub-segment 2017 - 2022
TABLE 6: Connectivity Platforms by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 7: Connectivity Platforms by Regions 2017 -2022
TABLE 8: Sensor Infrastructure by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 9: Sensor Infrastructure by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 10: Hardware Platforms by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 11: Hardware Platforms by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 12: Data Storage by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 13: Data Storage by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 14: Software Development Platforms and Apps by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 15: Software Development Platforms and Apps by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 16: Data Analytics platform by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 17: Data Analytics platform by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 18: Cyber-security Solutions by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 19: Cyber-security Solutions by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 20: Cloud based Services by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 21: Cloud based Services by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 22: Management and Consulting Services by Industry Sector 2017 -2022
TABLE 23: Management and Consulting Services by Region 2017 -2022
TABLE 24: IIoT Global Markets for Industry Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 25: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 26: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 27: IIoT Deployments in Manufacturing Sector by Product sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 28: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector 2016 – 2021
TABLE 29: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 30: IIoT Deployments in Healthcare Sector by Product sub-segments 2017 – 2022
TABLE 31: IIoT Deployments in Automotive Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 32: IIoT Deployments in Automotive Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 33: IIoT Deployments in Automotive Sector by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 34: IIoT Deployments in Retail Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 35: IIoT Deployments in Retail Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 36: IIoT Deployments in Retail Sector by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 37: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 38: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 39: IIoT Deployments in Oil and Gas by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 40: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 41: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 42: IIoT Deployments in Cargo and Logistics Sector by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 43: IIoT in Utility Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 44: IIoT in Utility Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 45: IIoT in Utility Sector by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 46: IIoT in Hospitality Sector 2017 – 2022
TABLE 47: IIoT in Hospitality Sector by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 48: IIoT in Hospitality Sector by Product Sub-segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 49: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Segment 2017 – 2022
TABLE 50: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution Market by Region 2017 – 2022
TABLE 51: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics by Sector/Tech/App 2017 – 2022
TABLE 52: Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2017 – 2022
TABLE 53: AI in Teleoperation and Tele-robotics Software Market

5G New Radio (NR) Networks for Private IoT Networks and Industrial Automation

1 Introduction
1.1 5G New Radio Overview
1.2 5G NR Development
1.3 Industrial Automation and 5G NR
1.4 Private IoT Network: Architecture and Benefits
1.5 Spectrum Sharing and 5G NR
1.6 Private IoT Network Industry Application
2 Private LTE Network
2.1 Spectrum Allocation
2.1.1 CBRS
2.1.2 MulteFire
2.2 Private Virtual Network
2.3 Private LTE for Industrial IoT
2.4 Trial and Demonstration
2.5 Market Outlook and Forecasts
2.5.1 Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment 2017 - 2024
2.5.2 Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Market Segment
2.5.3 Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Industry Vertical
2.5.4 Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Region
3 Private 5G NR Access Network
3.1 Network Architecture and Submarket
3.1.1 OFDM
3.2 5G NR Network Standardization
3.2.1 3GPP Release 14 and 15
3.3 5G NR Network Design
3.3.1 Enabling Technology
3.3.2 Reconfigurable Factory
3.3.3 Non-Standalone and Standalone Deployment
3.4 Trials and Demonstrations
3.5 Market Outlook and Forecasts
3.5.1 Pre-Standard 5G NR Infrastructure Investment
3.5.2 Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment
3.5.2.1 Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Market Segment
3.5.2.2 Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Industry Vertical
3.5.2.3 Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Region
3.5.3 5G Core Network Infrastructure Investment
3.5.4 5G Transport Network Infrastructure Investment
3.5.5 5G NR Infrastructure Unit Shipment 2017 – 2024
3.5.5.1 5G Distributed Macro-cell BTS Shipments
3.5.5.2 5G Small Cells Unit Shipment
3.5.5.3 5G Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) Unit Shipment
3.5.5.4 5G C-RAN Base Band Units (BBUs) Unit Shipment
4 Conclusions and Recommendations
4.1 Spectrum Allocation
4.2 Competitive Challenges and Opportunities

Figures

Figure 1: 5G NR Requirements
Figure 2: Private LTE/5G IoT Network Benefits
Figure 3: Private LTE and 5G IoT Network Architecture
Figure 4: Private LTE Network Spectrum
Figure 5: CBRS Three Tier Spectrum Sharing
Figure 6: MNO Virtual Private Network Architecture
Figure 7: Global Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment 2017 – 2024
Figure 8: 5G NR Access Network Architecture
Figure 9: 3GPP Release 14 and 15 Timeline
Figure 10: mmWave in 5G NR Architecture
Figure 11: Massive MIMO in 5G NR Architecture
Figure 12: Non-Standalone Architecture for 5G NR Network
Figure 13: Global Pre-Standard 5G NR Infrastructure Investment 2017 – 2018
Figure 14: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment 2019 – 2024
Figure 15: Global Next Gen 5G Core Network Infrastructure Investment 2017 – 2024
Figure 16: Global 5G Transport (Front-haul and Backhaul) Network Infrastructure Investment 2017 – 2024
Figure 17: Global Distributed Macro-cell BTS Shipments 2017 – 2024
Figure 18: Global 5G Small Cells Shipments 2017 – 2024
Figure 19: Global 5G Remote Radio Heads Shipments 2017 – 2024
Figure 20: Global 5G C-RAN Base Band Units Shipments 2017 – 2024
Figure 21: Private IoT Network Competitive Landscape

Tables

Table 1: Global Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Market Segment 2017 – 2024
Table 2: Global Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Industry Vertical 2017 – 2024
Table 3: Private LTE Network Infrastructure Investment by Region 2017 – 2024
Table 4: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Market Segment 2017 – 2024
Table 5: Global Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Industry Vertical 2019 – 2024
Table 6: Standardized 5G NR Infrastructure Investment by Region 2019 – 2024


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