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IDC TechScape:全球製造業的連網型產品技術 (2015年)

IDC TechScape: Worldwide Manufacturing Connected Products Technologies, 2015

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出版日期 內容資訊 英文 22 Pages
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IDC TechScape:全球製造業的連網型產品技術 (2015年) IDC TechScape: Worldwide Manufacturing Connected Products Technologies, 2015
出版日期: 2015年04月29日 內容資訊: 英文 22 Pages



本報告使用IDC TechScape模式,提供支援全球連網型產品市場,產業專用的/不限於產業的技術引進的評估相關的系統性資訊。




  • 以技術改變製造商的產品
  • IDC TechScape
  • IDC TechScape的範圍和領域
  • IDC TechScape的類別和定義
  • IDC TechScape的技術內容
    • 自規則操作
    • 遙控操作
    • 巨量資料分析
    • 應用與服務提供
    • 無線感應和地理定位
    • HMI/用戶界面
    • 低電力Wi-Fi
    • 安全
    • 企業雲端
    • 數位收費
    • 4G行動電話通訊
    • 整合行動設備
    • Wi-Fi
    • Bluetooth
    • 商業智慧/資料管理
    • 產業雲端
    • 內容傳送
    • 有線感測器


  • 連網型產品的下個世代:無人機以上
  • 未來的可能性:產品系統
  • 改變客戶經驗
  • 作為服務的經營模式與產品


  • 配合產品價值、成本、生命週期
  • 連網型供應鏈與智慧製造
  • 一般指導


  • 相關調查
  • 附錄
  • 摘要


Product Code: 255573

This IDC study uses the IDC TechScape model to provide an assessment of both industry-specific and industry-agnostic technology adoption supporting the worldwide connected products market. The IDC TechScape is an evaluation model based on a comprehensive framework and a set of parameters that assess a technology's adoption progress relative to one another and to those factors expected to be most conducive to success in a given market over both the short term and the long term. In breaking technologies into three major adoption categories, transformational, incremental, and opportunistic, the IDC TechScape aspires to provide IT buyers with an industry snapshot as to where specific technologies lie today relative to current industry best practices. In addition, the IDC TechScape identifies technologies likely to become best practices in the future and their current state of adoption maturity relative to each other. Within our discussions of individual technologies, we also identify our analyst's best opinions regarding key momentum factors, highlighted as IDC TechScape Markers of Momentum, where we rate technologies based on adoption speed, risk, and market interest.

According to IDC Manufacturing Insights' Research Manager Heather Ashton, "The manufacturing industry is being transformed by the proliferation of connected products. Leading manufacturers already recognize that new revenue and growth is developing because of the information and intelligence those complex products can generate."

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion

In This Study

Situation Overview

  • Transforming Manufacturers' Products with Technology
  • The IDC TechScape
  • Scope and Domain of the IDC TechScape
  • IDC TechScape Categories and Definitions
  • IDC TechScape Technology Descriptions
    • Autonomous Operations
    • Remote Operations
    • Big Data Analytics
    • Applications and Services Delivery
    • Wireless Sensing and Locating
    • HMI/User Interface
    • Low-Power WiFi
    • Security
    • Enterprise Cloud
    • Digital Billing
    • Fourth-Generation Cellular Communications
    • Integrated Mobile Devices
    • WiFi
    • Bluetooth
    • Business Intelligence and Data Management
    • Industry Cloud
    • Content Delivery
    • Wired Sensors

Future Outlook

  • Future Generations of Connected Products - Drones and More
  • The Possibilities Ahead - Product Systems
  • Changing the Customer Experience
  • Business Models and Product as a Service

Essential Guidance

  • Tailor to Product Value, Cost, and Life Cycle
  • Consider the Connected Supply Chain and Smart Manufacturing
  • General Guidance
    • Early Adopters
    • Mainstream Adopters
    • Cautious Adopters

Learn More

  • Related Research
  • Appendix
    • Interpreting the IDC TechScape Figure
    • IDC TechScape Methodology
  • Synopsis

List of Tables

  • Table: IDC TechScape: Connected Products Technologies
  • Table: IDC TechScape Technology Markers of Momentum
  • Table: Manufacturing Examples of Connected Product Systems

List of Figures

  • Figure: IDC TechScape: Worldwide Manufacturing Connected Products Technologies, 2015
  • Figure: Autonomous Operations Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Remote Operations Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Big Data Analytics Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Applications and Services Delivery Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Wireless Sensing and Locating Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: HMI/User Interface Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Low-Power WiFi Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Security Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Enterprise Cloud Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Digital Billing Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Fourth-Generation Cellular Communications Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Integrated Mobile Devices Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: WiFi Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Bluetooth Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Business Intelligence and Data Management Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Industry Cloud Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Content Delivery Markers of Momentum
  • Figure: Wired Sensors Markers of Momentum
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