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智慧路燈和智慧城市的市場預測(2020年∼2029年)

Global Smart Street Lighting & Smart Cities: Market Forecast (2020-2029)

出版商 Northeast Group, LLC 商品編碼 978823
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 123 page PDF, Excel Dataset and Executive Summary Slides
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智慧路燈和智慧城市的市場預測(2020年∼2029年) Global Smart Street Lighting & Smart Cities: Market Forecast (2020-2029)
出版日期: 2020年11月30日內容資訊: 英文 123 page PDF, Excel Dataset and Executive Summary Slides
簡介

世界有3億2,600萬盞路燈,至2029年預計增加超越3億6,100萬。預計其中73%在10年以內裝載LED,智慧路燈佔23%,市場全體達到281億美元。LED成為今後路燈的主要技術,LED的節約有助於推動進一步用途。

"智慧城市" 的用語成為一大話題。城市為了削減成本,改善永續性,提供居民更佳服務而考慮智慧基礎設施。可是,為了智慧城市市場成長,初期階段需要整備通訊和軟體的骨幹。

本報告提供全球智慧路燈智慧城市市場的相關調查,市場規模和預測,各地區的市場分析,競爭情形,主要企業的簡介等資訊。

目錄

摘要整理

第1章 2020年的新功能

第2章 智慧路燈概要

第3章 市場預測

第4章 地區概要

第5章 業者情勢

第6章 附錄

  • 調查手法
  • LED和智慧照明概要
  • 對象的簡稱和企業的清單
目錄

The term "smart cities" has created plenty of buzz, but perhaps even more questions. Cities are looking at smart infrastructure to reduce costs, improve sustainability, and provide better services to residents. Cities recognize the possibility for smart city investments to open up new opportunities beyond the simple business case and for early investments to reap long-term knock-on benefits. But for the smart cities market to grow, the initial communications and software backbone must be put in place. This is now happening on a large scale through the deployment of smart streetlights, which will enable cities to phase-in additional smart city investments. This study analyzes this foundational market and forecasts the market for energy efficient street lighting, streetlight networking, and additional smart city applications attached to streetlights through 2029.

Globally, there are 326 million streetlights - growing to over 361 million by 2029 - 73% of which will have LED luminaires by the end of the decade. Costs for LEDs have now mostly bottomed out, and the business case is clear. LEDs will be the dominant technology for street lighting going forward, and savings from LEDs will help drive additional applications. LEDs are further supplemented by streetlight controls, or "smart streetlights." These networked streetlights accentuate all of the savings benefits of LEDs, while also improving public safety and putting in place the communications and software infrastructure that can be utilized for further smart city applications. Smart street lighting has grown at a robust CAGR of 52% since 2012 and will maintain steady growth through the 2020s.

Cities and utilities with smart streetlights are now exploring ways to both improve urban efficiency (through smart parking, environmental sensors, waste management, and other applications) and increase revenue (through licensing agreements with telecommunications operators, monetizing urban data collection, and other initiatives). Smart city platforms based on smart street lighting are viewed as the most economical way to transition to this market.

As the foundational layer of smart cities, there are vendors from diverse market segments engaging in smart street lighting, ranging from telecommunications operators and smart grid vendors to lighting manufacturers and smart city-focused vendors. Increasingly, infrastructure investment funds, ESCOs, and urban management companies are playing a growing role in financing and carrying out smart street lighting projects. This trend will only be exacerbated by municipal budget shortages caused by Covid-related economic challenges. There are dozens of vendors with a sizable role in the market and an increase in mergers and acquisitions is expected soon.

But for now, these vendors are rapidly developing projects in all regions of the world, headlined by large-scale tenders in Latin America, the Middle East, and South Asia, in addition to the developed markets of North America, Europe, and Oceania. Overall, LED and smart streetlights are projected to reach 73% and 23% of the total streetlight market, respectively, by 2029. This will total a $28.1 billion market opportunity over the next decade.

Key questions answered in this study:

  • What is the market share of the leading smart streetlight vendors?
  • How has Covid-19 affected the smart cities market?
  • How large will SaaS revenues be and how has TALQ2 enabled new players?
  • Which streetlight management companies are financing smart cities projects?
  • How large will the market for LED and smart streetlights be across 125 countries?
  • What hurdles to smart street lighting have been overcome and which ones remain?

“Global Smart Street Lighting & Smart Cities: Market Forecast (2020 - 2029) ”comes with the following research deliverables:

  • 123-page PDF copy of the study;
  • Excel dataset covering 125 individual countries (the total number of streetlights, LED streetlights, smart streetlights with units and value, both annual and cumulative); and
  • Executive summary slides

Table of Contents

i. Executive summary

1. What's new in 2020?

2. Smart street lighting overview

3. Market forecast

4. Regional overviews

5. Vendor landscape

6. Appendix

  • 6.1. Methodology
  • 6.2. LED and smart lighting overview
  • 6.3. List of abbreviations and companies covered

List of Figures and Tables

  • Global smart street lighting and smart cities: Key takeaways
  • Figure 1.1: Notable recent Americas smart street lighting projects
  • Figure 1.2: Notable recent EMEA smart street lighting projects
  • Figure 1.3: Notable recent Asia-Pacific smart street lighting projects
  • Figure 1.4: Effects of Covid-19 on street lighting projects globally
  • Figure 1.5: Leading companies providing financing for smart street lighting
  • Figure 1.6: Smart cities phased-in approach
  • Table 1.1: Notable projects with separate CMS providers
  • Figure 1.7: Bids on Philadelphia smart street lighting tender
  • Figure 1.8: Vendors by streetlights deployed
  • Figure 1.9: Global controls market share
  • Figure 1.10: Global controls market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 1.11: Global networking market share
  • Figure 1.12: Global networking market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 2.1: Historical installed base of connected streetlights
  • Figure 2.2: Notable countries with early smart street lighting projects
  • Figure 2.3: 10-year costs and benefits of smart street lighting
  • Table 2.1: Development of business case inputs
  • Figure 2.4: Smart streetlight pricing trends
  • Table 2.2: Challenges to developing LED and smart streetlight projects
  • Figure 2.5: US states where cities are buying back their streetlights
  • Figure 2.6: Results from US LED street lighting surveys
  • Table 3.1: Total number of streetlights
  • Figure 3.1: Global LED and smart streetlight penetration rate
  • Figure 3.2: Annual investment in LED and smart street lighting
  • Table 3.2: Annual investment in LED and smart street lighting data
  • Figure 3.3: Average cost per streetlight of smart LED projects
  • Figure 3.4: Cumulative LED streetlight investment including installation
  • Figure 3.5: Annual recurring revenue from CMS
  • Figure 3.6: Global cumulative investment in LED and smart streetlights
  • Figure 3.7: Regional annual LED streetlight forecast
  • Table 3.3: Regional annual LED streetlight forecast data
  • Figure 3.8: Regional cumulative LED streetlight forecast
  • Table 3.4: Regional cumulative LED streetlight forecast data
  • Figure 3.9: Regional annual smart streetlight forecast
  • Table 3.5: Regional annual smart streetlight forecast data
  • Figure 3.10: Regional cumulative smart streetlight forecast
  • Table 3.6: Regional cumulative smart streetlight forecast data
  • Figure 3.11: Cumulative forecast of additional smart city hardware
  • Table 4.1: North America key info
  • Figure 4.1: Annual street lighting investment in North America
  • Figure 4.2: Cumulative street lighting investment in North America
  • Table 4.2: Latin America key info
  • Figure 4.3: Annual street lighting investment in Latin America
  • Figure 4.4: Cumulative street lighting investment in Latin America
  • Table 4.3: Europe & Eurasia key info
  • Figure 4.5: Smart streetlight vendors based in Europe
  • Figure 4.6: Annual street lighting investment in Europe & Eurasia
  • Figure 4.7: Cumulative street lighting investment in Europe & Eurasia
  • Table 4.4: Middle East & Africa key info
  • Figure 4.8: Annual street lighting investment in Middle East & Africa
  • Figure 4.9: Cumulative street lighting investment in Middle East & Africa
  • Table 4.5: East Asia key info
  • Figure 4.10: Annual street lighting investment in East Asia
  • Figure 4.11: Cumulative street lighting investment in East Asia
  • Table 4.6: South & Southeast Asia key info
  • Figure 4.12: Annual street lighting investment in South & Southeast Asia
  • Figure 4.13: Cumulative street lighting investment in South & SE Asia
  • Table 4.7: Oceania key info
  • Figure 4.14: Annual street lighting investment in Oceania
  • Figure 4.15: Cumulative street lighting investment in Oceania
  • Figure 5.1: Smart streetlight vendor landscape
  • Figure 5.2: Global controls market share
  • Figure 5.3: Global controls market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.4: Global networking market share
  • Figure 5.5: Global networking market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.6: Americas controls market share
  • Figure 5.7: Americas controls market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.8: Americas networking market share
  • Figure 5.9: Americas networking market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.10: EMEA controls market share
  • Figure 5.11: EMEA controls market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.12: EMEA networking market share
  • Figure 5.13: EMEA networking market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.14: Asia-Pac controls market share
  • Figure 5.15: Asia-Pac controls market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.16: Asia-Pac networking market share
  • Figure 5.17: Asia-Pac networking market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.18: Global CMS market share
  • Figure 5.19: Global CMS market share (deployed and announced)
  • Figure 5.20: Additional smart city vendors by segment
  • Figure 5.21: Smart streetlight vendors by type
  • Table 5.1: Lighting vendors with smart controls
  • Table 5.2: Streetlight control focused vendors
  • Table 5.3: Smart grid vendors with streetlight projects
  • Table 5.4: Telecom players with smart cities projects
  • Figure 5.22: Leading streetlight management companies and ESCOs
  • Table 5.5: Streetlight management companies and ESCOs
  • Table 5.6: LED luminaire and components manufacturers
  • Table 5.7: General LED lighting manufacturers
  • Figure 6.1: Streetlight directional control
  • Table 6.1: Different types of streetlight luminaires
  • Table 6.2: LED streetlight costs and benefits
  • Figure 6.2: Smart streetlight benefits in high-income country
  • Figure 6.3: Smart streetlight benefits in low-income country