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LPWA網路 (低功率廣域網路) 有效利用型IoT:市場預測和行動通訊業者 (MNO) 的方法

Low Power Wide Area Internet of Things: Market Forecasts and MNO Approaches

出版商 Pyramid Research, Inc. 商品編碼 356444
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LPWA網路 (低功率廣域網路) 有效利用型IoT:市場預測和行動通訊業者 (MNO) 的方法 Low Power Wide Area Internet of Things: Market Forecasts and MNO Approaches
出版日期: 2016年04月21日 內容資訊: 英文 84 Pages
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所謂LPWA (Low Power Wide Area:低功率廣域) 網路技術,改良了現有的行動電話式通訊技術和M2M (機器間通訊) 連接性技術,具有低功率、低費用涵蓋大範圍這樣的優點。標準的通訊技術從當局獲得特定頻寬的使用許可,不過,的LPWA IoT技術不需那樣的授權。以簡便和低價格為武器,LPWA IoT市場急速成長,2015∼2020年LPWA IoT的連接數量預計從2000萬件增加到8億6000萬件 (同時期,行動電話M2M技術的連接數量預計從3億1000萬件增加到7億1500萬件)。尤其是智慧電表等智慧城市相關被認為是LPWA IoT的主要應用領域。現在北美為最大的市場,今後預計亞太地區也將急速成長,不過,開發中國家普及速度將非常慢。

本報告提供全球LPWA有效利用型的IoT (物聯網) 的技術、市場相關分析,在LPWA網路概要,及IoT領域的有效利用方法,全球各國的相關市場趨勢預測,估計的市場機會與風險,今後的技術開發、市場成長的方向性等相關調查與考察。

目錄

  • M2M及IoT定義和概要
  • LPWA技術概要
  • 無認證式LPWA供應商簡介
    • SIGFOX
    • LoRa Alliance
    • Weightless
    • Ingenu
  • LPWA技術的評估
  • 行動通訊業者 (MNO) 的LPWA的方法
    • 獨有的LPWA網路的發展
    • LPWA網路的支援頻寬
    • 3GPP LPWA規格的制定趨勢
    • LPWA網路服務的再銷售
  • M2M、LPWA市場預測
  • MNO的LPWA:案例研究
  • 主要的分析結果與建議

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目錄
Product Code: TC0055IR

Summary

Low power wide area (LPWA) IoT technologies in unlicensed spectrum are growing in coverage and adoption, while standardized technologies for use in licensed spectrum are to become available later this year. The benefits of low cost, low power and broad coverage (including indoor) address a wide range of different application requirements which cellular, short range wireless and other connectivity options cannot match. Therefore growth is forecast to be very high. A number of proprietary LPWA technologies are available today, with deployments widening. We see that there are three key contenders emerging: SIGFOX, LoRa and RPMA, each of which enjoys different advantages and disadvantages in terms of capability, industry support, business model, degree of coverage and level of adoption. 3GPP LPWA standards, notably LTE-M and NB-IoT, will be finalized by mid-2016, and the first products are expected by the end of 2016

Key Findings

LPWA technologies provide significant improvements in terms of power consumption, coverage and pricing over cellular and other M2M connectivity technologies, and as a result we expect to see strong adoption in coming years. Between 2015 and 2020, we forecast that cellular M2M connections will grow from 310m to 715m and LPWA M2M connections will grow from 20m to over 860m.

Smart meters will, by some margin, be the largest application with 45% of total LPWA connections in 2020. Industrial/financial applications will be the second largest, followed by consumer electronics, a broad category where we expect very high growth rates around 2020. Smart city applications, notably intelligent lighting/parking and smart buildings, are forecast to account for 12% of total LPWA connections in 2020. The adoption of LPWA in land vehicle-based applications is expected to be limited.

North America is initially the largest LPWA region, largely because of the adoption of RPMA devices in predominantly private networks. LoRa and SIGFOX networks are also being rolled out in US. Western Europe is expected to become the largest region in terms of LPWA connections in 2017, but Asia Pacific will overtake it in the following year and by 2020 the latter is expected to represent nearly 46% of the total.

Deployment of LPWA networks is expected to be much slower in developing markets, where the focus on M2M overall is much more limited. Africa and Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America are expected to account for just 14% of LPWA global connections in 2020.

Mobile network operators are following a number of different approaches, depending on local market conditions, market maturity, degree of international exposure, market position and degree of focus on M2M. Most operators are waiting for 3GPP standard LPWA technologies to be ratified and commercialized. Some operators are backing a range of LPWA technologies, either because they operate across diverse markets which have different needs or for opportunistic reasons, combined with local competition.

Synopsis

‘Low Power Wide Area Internet of Things: Market Forecasts and MNO Approaches' report provides a detailed overview of the LPWA networks and forecasts globally. It offers a deep quantitative and qualitative insight into the LPWA key trends, evaluating near-term opportunities and assessing risk factors, based on extensive research findings by

Pyramid Research and consists of the following sections.

  • M2M and IoT Definitions and Overview: It provides a brief overview of M2M and IoT definitions, mapping of M2M applications and a comparison of M2M v/s cellular connections on a regional basis.
  • LPWA Technology Overview: This section provides a comparative overview of the LWPA wrt to other prevalent traditional cellular technologies.
  • Unlicensed LPWA Provider Profiles: It includes the profiles of LPWA providers like SIGFOX, LoRa Alliance, Weightless, Ingenu and their LWPA offerings and deployment details.
  • LPWA Technology Assessment: This section provides a comparative overview of LWPA providers and its impact on cellular technology (2G) and various comparisons across the six application categories as specified by Pyramid Research.
  • MNO Approaches to LPWA: The various approaches and intent of the MNOs for deployment, support and reselling of the LWPA network services.
  • M2M and LPWA Market Forecasts: This provides a detailed forecasts of LWPA technology and cellular M2M connections and revenues across key regions and M2M application categories as classified by Pyramid Research for the period 2014-2020.
  • MNO LPWA Case Studies: This section highlights the LWPA deployment case studies by select telcos like KPN, Bouygues, Swisscom, Orange, ATandT and Telefonica and provides an overview of their M2M and IoT offerings and their approach towards adoption of LWPA technologies.
  • Key Findings and Recommendations: The report concludes with key findings and a set of recommendations for MNOs, vendors and for unlicensed LPWA service network operators (SNOs).

Reasons To Buy

This report helps executives gain understanding of the different LPWA IoT technologies and adoption trends across various geographies and industry verticals.

The LPWA IoT competitive landscape is given extra attention, enabling MNOs, vendors and unlicensed LPWA Service Network Operators (SNOs) to gain the insight they need.

The broad but detailed LPWA IoT perspective will enable MNOs, vendors and unlicensed LPWA Service Network Operators (SNOs) to succeed in LWPA deployment across various regions.

The report brings several case studies that showcase the main approaches major mobile network operators (MNOs) are following regarding LPWA IoT technologies.

The report is designed for an executive-level audience, boasting presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately.

Table of Contents

  • M2M and IoT Definitions and Overview
  • LPWA Technology Overview
  • Unlicensed LPWA Provider Profiles
    • SIGFOX
    • LoRa Alliance
    • Weightless
    • Ingenu
  • LPWA Technology Assessment
  • MNO Approaches to LPWA
    • Deploy proprietary LPWA network
    • Support range of LPWA technologies
    • Await 3GPP LPWA standards
    • Resell LPWA network services
  • M2M and LPWA Market Forecasts
  • MNO LPWA Case Studies
  • Key Findings and Recommendations

List of Tables

  • Exhibit 1: M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 2: Pyramid Research's M2M Application Categories
  • Exhibit 3: Mapping M2M Applications by Bandwidth and Coverage/Mobility Requirements
  • Exhibit 4: Cellular M2M Connections as a Percentage of Total Cellular Sims by Region, 2015
  • Exhibit 5: Telefonica Cellular M2M Connections as a Percentage of Total Cellular Sims by Country, Q3 2015
  • Exhibit 6: M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 7: Wireless Technology Comparison of Bandwidth Vs. Range
  • Exhibit 8: M2M Network Technologies: Licensed Vs. Unlicensed
  • Exhibit 9: Comparison of Cellular and LPWA IoT Technologies
  • Exhibit 10: 3GPP Standards Address Both IoT and High Data Usage Requirements
  • Exhibit 11: LTE Categories and Details
  • Exhibit 12: SIGFOX Growth and Key Milestones
  • Exhibit 13: SIGFOX Network Deployments
  • Exhibit 14: LORA Alliance Membership Growth
  • Exhibit 15: LORA Network Deployments
  • Exhibit 16: Weightless SIG Key Members
  • Exhibit 17: Key Ingenu Energy Partners
  • Exhibit 18: Mapping Wireless WAN M2M Technologies by Bandwidth and Battery Life
  • Exhibit 19: Link Budget Comparison of LPWA Technologies
  • Exhibit 20: Wireless M2M Module Pricing Trends, 2014-2017
  • Exhibit 21: Cellular and LPWA IoT Technology Ecosystem Comparison
  • Exhibit 22: LPWA Impact on 2G by Market Type
  • Exhibit 23: Network Discontinuation: Announcements and Timings
  • Exhibit 24: Global Population Coverage Estimates, 2016
  • Exhibit 25: M2M Connectivity Technology Comparison by Application
  • Exhibit 26: MNO Main Approaches To LPWA Technologies
  • Exhibit 27: MNO Deploys Proprietary LPWA Network Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 28: MNO Supports a Range of LPWA Technologies Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 29: MNO Waits For Standard LPWA Technology Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 30: MNO Resells LPWA Network Services Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 31: Operator M2M Capabilities
  • Exhibit 32: LPWA Key Milestones and Forecast, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 33: Key LPWA Connections Forecast Assumptions by Region and by Type of Spectrum
  • Exhibit 34: M2M Wireless WAN Connections by Technology, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 35: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connectivity Revenue, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 36: LPWA Connections by Application, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 37: LPWA Connections by Region, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 38: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In North America, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 39: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Western Europe, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 40: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Central and Eastern Europe, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 41: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Asia Pacific, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 42: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Latin America, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 43: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Africa And Middle East, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 44: Global Utility Meter Breakdown, 2015
  • Exhibit 45: Smart Meter Forecast by Connection Technology, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 46: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Telematics and Fleet Management, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 47: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Consumer Electronics, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 48: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Smart City, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 49: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Industrial/Financial, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 50: KPN M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 51: KPN M2M and LPWA Connections, 2013-2016
  • Exhibit 52: Wireless WAN M2M Connections In France, 2013-2016
  • Exhibit 53: Bouygues Group Overview
  • Exhibit 54: Swisscom Mobile Data and Transmitter Capacity Breakdown by Cellular Generation, 2015
  • Exhibit 55: Stromer EBIKE Connecting Through Swisscom Network
  • Exhibit 56: Orange IoT 2015 Revenue, 2018 Target and as a Percentage of Business Services Group Revenue
  • Exhibit 57: Orange's Datavenue Suite of IoT Services
  • Exhibit 58: ATandT Vertical M2M Services
  • Exhibit 59: M2M Subscriptions, ATandT, US, 2013-2015
  • Exhibit 60: Telefonica M2M Connections by Region, Q4 2014 Vs. Q4 2015
  • Exhibit 61: Telefonica Movistar Verisure Hogar

List of Figures

  • Exhibit 1: M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 2: Pyramid Research's M2M Application Categories
  • Exhibit 3: Mapping M2M Applications by Bandwidth and Coverage/Mobility Requirements
  • Exhibit 4: Cellular M2M Connections as a Percentage of Total Cellular Sims by Region, 2015
  • Exhibit 5: Telefonica Cellular M2M Connections as a Percentage of Total Cellular Sims by Country, Q3 2015
  • Exhibit 6: M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 7: Wireless Technology Comparison of Bandwidth Vs. Range
  • Exhibit 8: M2M Network Technologies: Licensed Vs. Unlicensed
  • Exhibit 9: Comparison of Cellular and LPWA IoT Technologies
  • Exhibit 10: 3GPP Standards Address Both IoT and High Data Usage Requirements
  • Exhibit 11: LTE Categories and Details
  • Exhibit 12: SIGFOX Growth and Key Milestones
  • Exhibit 13: SIGFOX Network Deployments
  • Exhibit 14: LORA Alliance Membership Growth
  • Exhibit 15: LORA Network Deployments
  • Exhibit 16: Weightless SIG Key Members
  • Exhibit 17: Key Ingenu Energy Partners
  • Exhibit 18: Mapping Wireless WAN M2M Technologies by Bandwidth and Battery Life
  • Exhibit 19: Link Budget Comparison of LPWA Technologies
  • Exhibit 20: Wireless M2M Module Pricing Trends, 2014-2017
  • Exhibit 21: Cellular and LPWA IoT Technology Ecosystem Comparison
  • Exhibit 22: LPWA Impact on 2G by Market Type
  • Exhibit 23: Network Discontinuation: Announcements and Timings
  • Exhibit 24: Global Population Coverage Estimates, 2016
  • Exhibit 25: M2M Connectivity Technology Comparison by Application
  • Exhibit 26: MNO Main Approaches To LPWA Technologies
  • Exhibit 27: MNO Deploys Proprietary LPWA Network Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 28: MNO Supports a Range of LPWA Technologies Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 29: MNO Waits For Standard LPWA Technology Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 30: MNO Resells LPWA Network Services Approach Summary
  • Exhibit 31: Operator M2M Capabilities
  • Exhibit 32: LPWA Key Milestones and Forecast, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 33: Key LPWA Connections Forecast Assumptions by Region and by Type of Spectrum
  • Exhibit 34: M2M Wireless WAN Connections by Technology, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 35: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connectivity Revenue, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 36: LPWA Connections by Application, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 37: LPWA Connections by Region, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 38: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In North America, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 39: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Western Europe, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 40: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Central and Eastern Europe, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 41: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Asia Pacific, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 42: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Latin America, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 43: LPWA M2M Connections by Application In Africa And Middle East, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 44: Global Utility Meter Breakdown, 2015
  • Exhibit 45: Smart Meter Forecast by Connection Technology, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 46: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Telematics and Fleet Management, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 47: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Consumer Electronics, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 48: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Smart City, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 49: Cellular and LPWA M2M Connections Forecast, Industrial/Financial, 2014-2020
  • Exhibit 50: KPN M2M Overview
  • Exhibit 51: KPN M2M and LPWA Connections, 2013-2016
  • Exhibit 52: Wireless WAN M2M Connections In France, 2013-2016
  • Exhibit 53: Bouygues Group Overview
  • Exhibit 54: Swisscom Mobile Data and Transmitter Capacity Breakdown by Cellular Generation, 2015
  • Exhibit 55: Stromer EBIKE Connecting Through Swisscom Network
  • Exhibit 56: Orange IoT 2015 Revenue, 2018 Target and as a Percentage of Business Services Group Revenue
  • Exhibit 57: Orange's Datavenue Suite of IoT Services
  • Exhibit 58: ATandT Vertical M2M Services
  • Exhibit 59: M2M Subscriptions, ATandT, US, 2013-2015
  • Exhibit 60: Telefonica M2M Connections by Region, Q4 2014 Vs. Q4 2015
  • Exhibit 61: Telefonica Movistar Verisure Hogar
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