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5G and the verticals

Market report - 09/12/2016 5G and the verticals

Opportunities from massive and critical MTC/IoT

This study first introduces the concepts of 5G and the expected technical specifications that will provide new solutions to meet the requirements of vertical industries.

In a second stage, the report dives deep into the selected verticals that are most likely to leverage 5G technologies. It further identifies new expected services, requirements and trends for adoption.

Finally, the study gives an assessment of the patterns of 5G adoption in vertical markets up to 2025.


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1. Executive Summary

2. General methodology of IDATE's reports

3. 5G concepts and technologies
 3.1. Concepts
 3.1.1. Services and use cases
 3.1.2. Increased mobility
 3.1.3. Reduced latency
 3.1.4. Taking vertical industries into account
 3.1.5. Support for more categories of devices
 3.1.6. Reduced opex and capex
 3.1.7. Spectrum for 5G
 3.2. Key technologies
 3.2.1. Radio access network
 3.2.2. Virtualisation and flexible technologies
 3.2.3. Network evolutions
 3.3. Standardisation
 3.4. Potential competing network technologies
 3.4.1. Direct connectivity
 3.4.2. Indirect connectivity

4. 5G and the automotive sector
 4.1. Context
 4.1.1. Challenges
 4.1.2. Automotive market sizing
 4.2. Expected services with 5G
 4.2.1. Existing connected car services
 4.2.2. Future connected car services
 4.3. The requirements of the vertical
 4.3.1. Main communication requirements
 4.3.2. Specific application requirements
 4.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 4.4.1. Main market drivers
 4.4.2. Main market barriers
 4.4.3. The vision of 5G adoption in the automotive vertical

5. 5G and the health sector
 5.1. Context
 5.1.1. Challenges facing the health sector
 5.1.2. Trends identified to respond the industrial challenges
 5.2. Expected services with 5G
 5.2.1. Healthcare use cases that could benefit from 5G
 5.2.2. Healthcare value chain
 5.3. Requirements of the vertical
 5.3.1. Communication performance requirements
 5.3.2. Security requirement
 5.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 5.4.1. Main market drivers
 5.4.2. Main market barriers
 5.4.3. The vision of 5G adoption in the healthcare sector

6. 5G and the manufacturing sector
 6.1. Context
 6.1.1. A diverse and complex manufacturing domain
 6.1.2. The “factory of the future” trend and initiatives
 6.2. Expected services with 5G
 6.2.1. Main demands of the manufacturing industry
 6.2.2. 'Smart factory' services
 6.2.3. 5G-enabled use cases
 6.3. Requirements of the vertical
 6.3.1. Communication performance requirements
 6.3.2. Security and integration
 6.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 6.4.1. Main potential adopters
 6.4.2. Main market drivers
 6.4.3. Main market barriers
 6.4.4. The vision of 5G adoption in the manufacturing vertical

7. 5G and the energy sector
 7.1. Context
 7.1.1. The challenges of switching to a decentralised model
 7.1.2. The smart grid trend
 7.2. Expected services with 5G
 7.2.1. Evolution toward the smart grid
 7.2.2. Use cases of the smart grid
 7.2.3. The energy value chain and new smart grid services
 7.2.4. Ownership of network infrastructures
 7.3. Requirements of the vertical
 7.3.1. Communication performance requirements
 7.3.2. Security and robustness
 7.3.3. Lifespan and standardisation
 7.3.4. Pricing
 7.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 7.4.1. Main market drivers
 7.4.2. Main market barriers
 7.4.3. The vision of 5G adoption in the energy domain

8. 5G and the passenger transport sector
 8.1. Context
 8.1.1. Air transport
 8.1.2. Railways
 8.1.3. Maritime passenger transport
 8.2. Expected services with 5G
 8.2.1. Air transport
 8.2.2. Railways
 8.2.3. Maritime passenger transport
 8.3. Requirements of the vertical
 8.3.1. Air transport
 8.3.2. Railways
 8.3.3. Maritime passenger transport
 8.3.4. Global passenger transport communication requirements overview
 8.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 8.4.1. Main market drivers
 8.4.2. Main market barriers
 8.4.3. The vision of 5G adoption in passenger transport industries

9. Other vertical applications of 5G
 9.1. Agriculture, forestry and environmental monitoring
 9.1.1. Context
 9.1.2. Expected services with 5G
 9.1.3. Requirements of the vertical
 9.1.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 9.2. Logistics
 9.2.1. Context
 9.2.2. Expected services with 5G
 9.2.3. Requirements of the vertical
 9.2.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption
 9.3. Media and entertainment
 9.3.1. Context
 9.3.2. Expected services with 5G
 9.3.3. Requirements of the vertical
 9.3.4. Drivers and barriers to 5G adoption

10. Market analysis
 10.1. The potential for adoption of 5G in verticals
 10.1.1. Main requirements of verticals
 10.1.2. Overview of vertical requirements
 10.1.3. Impact of costs and business model on vertical adoption
 10.1.4. Analysis of vertical roles in 5G adoption
 10.1.5. Key trends and uncertainties
 10.2. Foreseen impacts of 5G adoption
 10.2.1. Value chain evolutions
 10.2.2. New roles and business models
 10.3. Market sizing
Tables
Table 1: Mobile (pre-5G) technology specifications
Table 2: ISM bands sample
Table 3: ISM bands analysis (for European region)
Table 4: Features of main short-range technologies
Table 5: Main autonomous car deployments
Table 6: Main requirements of automotive services
Table 7: Communication performance requirements of particular 5G-enabled use cases
Table 8: 5G-enabled smart factory use cases
Table 9: Smart factory communication performance requirements
Table 10: Industrial motion control system requirements for communication performance
Table 11: Technologies used for smart metering in France, UK and Germany
Table 12: Communication performance of energy networks
Table 13: Transport communication performance requirements
Table 14: Communication requirements in the agriculture and forestry domain
Table 15: Logistics communication requirements
Table 16: Evolved mobile broadband requirements
Table 17: Massive machine-type communication requirements
Table 18: Ultra-reliable machine-type communications
Table 19: The demands of verticals for services and readiness
Table 20: Cost and business model perspective by vertical

Figures
Figure 1: Performance objectives for 5G
Figure 2: The three main services of 5G and their specific requirements
Figure 3: Considered main 5G service types and representative use cases
Figure 4: Frequency bands to be studied in ITU-R for IMT-2020 until WRC-19
Figure 5: Different uses of massive MIMO depending on frequency bands
Figure 6: Waveforms and frequency bands
Figure 7: 5G Cloud RAN enabling flexible deployment and network architecture
Figure 8: RAN integration within 5G
Figure 9: Current 5G roadmap
Figure 10: Timeline for 5G services
Figure 11: Landscape of IoT/M2M networking technologies
Figure 12: LTE developments to address M2M and IoT
Figure 13: Different specifications of LTE versions focused on IoT
Figure 14: Leading motor vehicle manufacturers worldwide in 2014, based on global sales (in million units)
Figure 15: BMW Connected Drive navigation and teleservices
Figure 16: OnStar data plans
Figure 17: OnStar business model configuration (financial flows)
Figure 18: UBI interest growing in insurance discounts
Figure 19: Six levels of automation toward autonomous driving
Figure 20: The ITS system
Figure 21: Connected cars security issues
Figure 22: Willingness to pay for connected services in a subscription-based model
Figure 23: Lack of consumer demand for fully self-driving vehicles (survey).
Figure 24: Robotics-assisted surgery scenario
Figure 25: Healthcare value chain
Figure 26: EU manufacturing sector, activity breakdown and share in the EU economy
Figure 27: Evolution of the manufacturing domain
Figure 28: Smart factory services
Figure 29: Investment in smart grid-related projects across Europe, by electricity consumption, by country
Figure 30: Smart grid vision
Figure 31: Energy value chain and new smart grid services
Figure 32: Overview of energy communication networks across power networks
Figure 33: Smart grid investment forecast 2013 – 2020
Figure 34: Smart meter penetration, by application, world, 2013-2025
Figure 35: Rail transport growth projection, 2012-2024
Figure 36: In-flight service offerings, beyond passenger Internet
Figure 37: On-board connectivity use case
Figure 38: On Flight connectivity relying on ground stations and satellite
Figure 39: Rail Internet connectivity set-up
Figure 40: Breakdown of audiovisual market revenue in 2015
Figure 41: The world's Top 20 media companies, by revenue, 2015
Figure 42: Profiles of verticals regarding 5G adoption
Figure 43: Value chain of wireless telecommunications industry
Figure 44: PVNO value chain
Figure 45: Tower overlay over 5G value chain
Figure 46: Small Cell-as-a-Service value chain
Figure 47: Partner service-provider value chain
Figure 48: Breakdown of 5G adoption by vertical, World, 2020-2030
Figure 49: Breakdown of 5G adoption by 5G application, World, 2020-2030
Figure 50: Evolution of 5G connectivity revenues by 5G application, World, 2020-2030
• ABB
• Advanced Manufacturing Partnership
• Air Canada Cargo
• ALU
• Amazon
• Apple
• AT&T
• Audi
• BMW
• Bosch
• BSkyB
• CBS
• CEMA
• Cobra
• DaimlerChrysler
• DB Cargo
• DHL
• Discovery Channel
• DT
• EC Joint Research Centre
• Electronic Data Systems
• Ericsson
• European Telecommunications Standards Institute
• Ffly4u
• Fitbit
• Ford
• GE
• GM
• Gogo
• Google Car
• Google Fit
• GSMA
• HBO
• Huawei
• Hughes Electronics Corporation
• Hulu
• Hyundai-Kia
• Industrial Internet Consortium
• Industry 4.0
• Inmarsat
• ISO
• ITU-R
• Jawbone
• Jeep Cherokee
• LG
• Liberty Global
• LoJack
• Maersk
• Mercedes
• Microsoft
• MIT
• National Geographic
• Netflix
• Neul
• News Corp
• Nissan
• Nokia
• NTT DOCOMO
• Orange
• PTC
• Qualcomm
• Renault-Nissan
• Samsung
• Siemens
• Sierra Wireless
• SIGFOX
• Skype
• Stanford
• Tesla
• TF1
• Toyota
• Turner Broadcasting
• UPC
• UPS
• US Army
• US Department of Transportation
• Verizon
• ViaSat
• Viber
• Vodafone
• Volkswagen
• Volvo
• WhatsApp
• Withings
• YouTube
5G concepts and technologies
 • 5G concepts
 • 5G roadmap

5G key verticals
 • 5G and the automotive sector
 • 5G and eHealth
 • 5G and manufacturing
 • 5G and the energy sector
 • 5G and passenger transport

5G - Vertical adoption and impact
 • 5G and verticals: the demand of services and technology readiness
 • 5G Adoption by verticals
 • Key trends and uncertainties
 • Value chain and business model impacts

5G - Vertical market forecast
 • Automotive and massive MTC will lead 5G vertical use
 • Connectivity revenues still dominated by mobile broadband
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