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M2M & Embedded Strategies

M2M & Embedded Strategies

Telematics, POS, mHealth, Metering & Buildings 2013-2018

Publisher: Juniper Research
Date Published: 01/11/2013
Category: Mobile Markets & Strategies
No of Pages: 100
Coverage: Global ~ 8 key regions


•    Sector Prospects and Forecasts
•    Key Player Business Models
•    Analysis of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

This fourth edition of Juniper Research’s M2M (Machine-to-Machine) Report evaluates the evolving market for M2M technologies and applications, through a detailed analysis of sector-by-sector prospects within both consumer and enterprise-focused segments. The report 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. An accompanying product, the M2M IFxl (Interactive Forecast Excel), contains country level data for the US, Canada, Germany and the UK, together with a greater granularity of data within 97 tables.

Key Features of the Report
Advancing M2M Strategy
This report delivers a thorough examination of the critical issues facing players across all sectors of the M2M marketplace, including:
•    The Development of the IoT (Internet of Things)
•    The Opportunity for ‘Big Data’
•    Positioning of Mobile Operators
•    The Impact of Regulation and Privacy Concerns

Expert analysis is backed up by interviews with and commentaries from leading players across the M2M space, including EE, Jasper Wireless, ARM and Vodafone.

Market Forecasts
Juniper delivers the benchmark forecasts on the M2M industry. These revised and expanded five-year forecasts are split by sector, namely:
•    Automotive
•    Healthcare
•    Smart Metering
•    POS, Retail/Banking
•    Consumer Electronics, and
•    Connected Buildings
Regional forecasts are provided for key metrics such as device base, average revenue per annum, service revenues, and connectivity enablement revenues
In all, the report features 21 forecast tables, backed up by an assessment of how the various drivers and constraints in each sector – including national initiatives, regulation and changing behaviour patterns – will impact upon service deployments and adoption.


Table of Contents

Executive Summary
1. M2M Markets: Towards the Internet of Things

1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Report Scope and Approach
i. Industry Segments
1.2 What is M2M?
1.2.1 The Internet of Things
i. Case Study: Concirrus
1.2.2 The M2M Value Chain
Figure 1.1: Layers within the M2M Value-Chain
i. Big Data
Figure 1.2: Big Data: Data Mining and Analysis
ii. M2M Smart Technologies
iii. M2M Ecosystems
1.3 Market Players and Stakeholders
Figure 1.3: The Player Value Chain
1.3.1 The Role of the Chipset
1.4 M2M Industry Sectors
1.4.1 Telematics
1.4.2 Smart Metering and Utilities
1.4.3 Healthcare and Remote Patient Monitoring
1.4.4 POS, Retail and Banking
1.4.5 Security, the Connected Home and Consumer Electronics
1.5 Conclusion


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

2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Revenue Models
Figure 2.1: M2M Revenue Models
2.1.2 Keeping M2M Costs Down
2.1.3 APIs and Integrating M2M Into Business Processes
2.2 Trends, Drivers and Constraints
Figure 2.2: M2M Market Trends, Drivers & Constraints
2.2.1 M2M Trends
2.2.2 Drivers
2.2.3 Constraints
Table 2.1: Constraints by Industry Sector
2.3 M2M Technologies
2.3.1 2G-3G migration
2.3.2 The role of the Smartphone
2.4 Forecast Overview
2.4.1 Forecast Steps
Table 2.2: M2M by Sector: Addressable Markets and Factors Influencing Adoption
Figure 2.3 & Table 2.3: Installed Base of Connected Devices (m) Split by M2M Category 2013-2018
2.4.2 Revenues Enabled by M2M
Figure 2.4 & Table 2.4: Service Revenues enabled by M2M ($m) Split by M2M Category
2.5 Conclusion

3. Automotive M2M and Telematics: Development and Forecasts

3.1 Introduction
Figure 3.1: Telematics Uses and Applications
3.2 Consumer Telematics
i. Stolen Vehicle Recovery
3.3 Commercial Telematics
3.4 V2X
3.5 Trends, Drivers and Constraints
3.5.1 Trends
3.5.2 Drivers
3.5.3 Constraints
3.6 Telematics M2M Forecasts
Figure 3.2: Telematics Forecast Methodology (Vehicles with Embedded Devices)
Figure 3.3 & Table 3.1: Number of Consumer and Commercial Vehicles with Telematics installed (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
3.6.1 Telematics Service Revenues
Figure 3.4 & Table 3.2: Service Revenues from Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
3.6.2 Connectivity-Enablement Telematics
Figure 3.5 & Table 3.3: Connectivity Enablement Revenues from Telematics ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
3.7 Conclusion


4. Smart Metering: Market Industry Status and Development

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Smart Metering: Definitions and Current Status
4.2.1 The Smart Grid
Figure 4.1: Progress towards Smart Metering in Selected European Markets
4.2.2. Smart Metering: Progressive Countries
4.2.3 The Smart Metering value chain
Figure 4.2: Stakeholders in the Smart Metering Market
4.3 Smart Metering Drivers and Constaints
4.3.1 Drivers
4.3.2 Constraints
4.4 Towards the Smart City
4.5 Smart Metering Forecasts
Figure 4.3: Smart Metering Forecasts Methodology
Table 4.1: Penetration Rate of Smart Meters (%) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
Figure 4.4 & Table 4.2: Number of Cellular Connected Smart Meters (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
4.5.1 Smart Metering Service Revenues
Figure 4.5 & Table 4.3: Service Revenues from Smart Metering ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
4.5.2 Smart Metering, Connectivity Installation and Enablement
Figure 4.6 & Table 4.4: Smart Metering, Connectivity Enablement Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
4.6 Conclusion


5. Mobile Healthcare: Market and Forecasts

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Healthcare Industry
Figure 5.1: Healthcare trends and their impact on mHealth
5.2.1 Increased Chronic Disease Incidence
5.2.2 The M2M mHealth Use Case
Figure 5.2: The Structure of the mHealth Industry
5.2.3  Monitoring Devices
5.3 Drivers and Constraints
5.3.1 Drivers
5.3.2 Constraints
5.4 mHealth Forecasts
5.4.1 Forecast Approach
i. Analysis of the Current Market
ii. Evaluation of business model and company prospects
5.4.2 Methodology
Figure 5.3: Remote Monitoring Methodology, Cardiac Outpatient Monitoring
i. Evaluation of market and competitive response from rivals
5.4.3 Remote Health Monitoring Forecasts - All Use Cases
Figure 5.4 & Table 5.1: Number of Individuals Adopting Remote Patient Monitoring (Chronic Diseases and Cardiac Outpatients) (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
5.4.4 Revenues from Remote Health Monitoring - All Use Cases
Figure 5.5 & Table 5.2: Revenues from Remote Patient Monitoring (Chronic Diseases and Cardiac Outpatients) ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
Figure 5.6 & Table 5.3: Connectivity Enablement Revenues from Remote Patient Monitoring (Chronic Diseases and Cardiac Outpatients) ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
5.5 Conclusion

6. POS, Markets and Forecasts: The Challenge of New Models

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Definitions and Current Status
6.2.1 POS
6.2.2 POS Retail and Banking Stakeholders
i. Case Study: Ingenico
ii. Case Study: Verifone
6.3 Drivers and Constraints
6.3.1 Drivers
6.3.2 Constraints
6.4 POS, Retail and Banking Forecasts
Figure 6.1: Forecast Methodology for POS, Retail and Banking
Figure 6.2 & Table 6.1: Number of Retail, POS, Banking and Vending M2M Devices in service (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
6.4.1 POS, Retail and Banking Service Revenues
Figure 6.3 & Table 6.2: POS, Retail and Banking Service Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
6.4.2 POS, Retail and Banking Services Connectivity Enablement
Figure 6.4 & Table 6.3: POS, Retail and Banking Services Connectivity Enablement Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
6.5 Conclusion

7. Connected Home, Security and Consumer Electronics Markets

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Security and the Connected Home
Figure 7.1: The Smart Home Technology Chain
7.2.1 Security
7.3 Market Drivers and Constraints
7.3.1 Drivers
7.3.2 Constraints
7.4 Connected Home and Security Forecasts
Figure 7.2: Methodology for Security and Connected Home
Figure 7.3 & Table 7.1: Total Number of Household Mobile Connections (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
7.4.1 The Connected Home and Security Revenues
Figure 7.4 & Table 7.2: Revenue from Cellular Connected Modules for Buildings in Service ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
Figure 7.5 & Table 7.3: Connectivity and Enablement Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013‑2018
7.5 Connected Consumer Electronics Device Forecasts
Figure 7.6: Methodology for Embedded Consumer Electronics Devices
Figure 7.7 & Table 7.4: Number of Connected Consumer Electronics Devices (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
7.5.1 Connected Consumer Electronics Service Revenues
Figure 7.8 & Table 7.5: Connected Consumer Electronics Service Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
7.5.2 Connected Consumer Electronics Connectivity Enablement Revenues
Figure 7.9 & Table 7.6: Connected Consumer Electronics Connectivity Enablement Revenues ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2013-2018
7.6 Conclusion

8. M2M Players and Competitive Positioning

8.1 Introduction
8.2 Vendor Assessment
8.2.1 Vendor Assessment Methodology
Table 8.1: Vendor Capability Assessment Criteria
8.2.2 Limitations and Interpretation
8.2.3 Positioning Matrix Results
Figure 8.1: Global M2M Player Positioning Matrix
8.2.4 Vendor Groupings
i. Summary
8.2.5 Strategy Conclusions - Corporate Activity
8.3 Player Profiles
8.3.1 Gemalto/ Cinterion
8.3.2. Sierra Wireless
8.2.3. 3UK
8.3.4. Jasper Wireless
8.3.5. KORE Telematics
8.3.6 Neul
8.3.7 Numerex
8.3.8 Trimble
8.3.9 Telit
8.3.10 Xively
8.4 Conclusion

Companies Referenced

Interviewed: 3UK, ARM, Cinterion, Concirrus, EE, Jasper Wireless, Neul, Trimble, Vodafone.

Profiled: 3UK, Cinterion, Jasper Wireless, KORE Telematics, Neul, Numerex, Sierra Wireless, Telit Wireless Solutions, Trimble, Xively.

Case Studied: Concirrus, Ingenico, VeriFone.

Mentioned: ABB, Accenture, ADI, AIM, AirCard, Airdesk, Alere, Alpha Micro, Amazon, America Móvil, American Red Cross, AQL, ARM, Asset, AT&T, Atos Worldwide, Audi, Banamex, BestBuy, Braemar, British Gas, Broadband Forum, BT, Campbell Scientific, CardioNet, Carlson, Cartasite, Cascade Engineering, Cenex, CGI Babcock, Chubb, Cisco, Claro Argentina, Connected Environments, Connected Health, Cooper Power Systems, CSL, Data911, Deutsche Telekom, DHL, DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), DoublRadius, eCardio, EDF, EE, Elecsys, Enel, EON, EU (European Union), European Parliament, France Telecom, G.SNEL, Gem, Gemalto, GlobalConect Ltd, Google, Gores Technology Group, Green Sensor Network Laboratories, GSC (Global Standards Collaboration), GSMA, Healthrageous, Hutchison Whampoa, Hypercom, IEE (Institute for Electric Efficiency), iGPS, iHealth, Indesit, i Zettle, Korec, KPN, Lenovo, LogMeIn, Macheen, Microsoft, Mitsui, Mix Telematics, Mobius, Motorola, MSTF (M2M Standardization Task Force), Nasdaq, Navman Wireless, Netgear, Ninatrans, Norwich Union, NTT Docomo, 02, Ofcom, Ogone, Onstar, Openreach, Optus, Oracle, Orange, Orbcomm, Pandigital, Pandora, Payleven, Paypal, Rogers, RSPCA, RuralConnect, SAGEM, SAP, Scania, SDT, Securitas, Siemens, Silver Spring Networks, SIMCom, SimplexGrinnell, SingTel, Sony, Square, State Grid Corporation of China, Telefonica, Telenor Connexion, TeliaSonera, Telstra, Terrabit Networks, Thermo Cables, TIA (Telecommunications Industry Association), Trackpoint Systems, Trilliant, Tyco Fire and Security, Ublip, UK DECC (Department of Energy and Climate Change), United Technologies, US FDA (Food and Drug Administration), US Federal Emergency Management Agency, VA (Veterans Association), Verizon, Vervaeke, Vimpelcom, Weightless Special Interest Group, WellDoc, Westbase Technology, Western Power Distribution, WHO (World Health Organisation), Wi-Fi Alliance, Wireless Logic, Withings.

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‡8 Key Regions include: North America; Latin America; Western Europe; Central & Eastern Europe; Far East & China; Indian Subcontinent; Rest of Asia Pacific and Africa & the Middle East.


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•    What is the value of the M2M market today, and how much will that value have increased by 2018?
•    Who are the leading players within the M2M space today, and what are their strategic development opportunities?
•    To what extent will regulatory initiatives foster the take-up of M2M services?
•    How has the M2M value chain evolved, and who are the major stakeholders?
•    Which M2M segment will generate the highest service revenues over the next five years?
•    What are the primary drivers behind M2M growth?
•    What do industry executives believe are the major inhibitors to service deployments?

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