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Global Industrial Internet Report 2017: Potential of the 4th Industrial Revolution - Research and Markets

 
[05-June-2017]
 

DUBLIN, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Industrial Internet - Towards the 4th Industrial Revolution" report to their offering.

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This report describes the phenomenon of the Industrial Internet.

It provides a general analysis of the trend and specific examples of recent developments in various verticals.
This analysis focuses on the impacts of integrating IoT technologies into industrial assets (the smart factory'), as well as into end products: impacts on the value chain, on existing business models and in new monetisation opportunities.

The report also describes the main drivers and barriers for the take-off of the Industrial Internet market and provides market sizing.

Slideshow Includes:


Visions of the Industrial Internet

- Uses of connected objects in Industry
- Key enabling technologies
- Seen as a key opportunity, the Industrial Internet is supported by many initiatives

Impacts of the Industrial Internet on industries

- A fragmented value chain
- Evolution of the value chain
- Evolution of busines! s models
- Visions of potential adoption: by use cases
- Visions of potential adoption: by industries

Market analysis and forecast

- Drivers and barriers
- Market sizing and forecast

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology

3. Visions of the Industrial Internet
3.1. The Industrial Internet: how industry uses connected objects
3.1.1. A key enabler of the digital transformation strategy
3.1.2. Production optimisation: Smart Factory
3.1.3. Selling connected objects: towards servicisation
3.2. Key enabling technologies
3.2.1. Connectivity technologies for the Industrial Internet
3.2.2. Connecting tools of production
3.2.3. Connecting the employees
3.2.4. Making sense of connectivity: Data analytics
3.3. Key trends supporting the vision of an Industrial Internet
3.3.1. National and international initiatives
3.3.2. Anticipated s! ocietal impacts

4. Value chain and key players
! 4.1. Val ue chain overview
4.2. Smart Factory solution providers
4.2.1. Sensor and actuator providers
4.2.2. Industrial solution providers
4.3. Implementations in selected industries
4.3.1. Aeronautics
4.3.2. Automotive
4.3.3. Energy
4.3.4. Transportation
4.4. Connected end product
4.4.1. Aviation
4.4.2. Automotive
4.4.3. Heavy equipment
4.5. Evolution of customer relationship
4.5.1. Transportation
4.5.2. Healthcare
4.6. The roles of telcos, platforms and IT service providers
4.6.1. Telcos
4.6.2. Platform providers
4.6.3. Service providers and IT players

5. Impacts of the Industrial Internet on industries
5.1. Evolution of value chains
5.1.1. Transformation of the manufacturing ecosystem
5.1.2. Evolution of connectivity value chain
5.2. Business model evolutions
5.2.1. Manufacturing platforms and manufacturing-as-a-service
5.2.2. Smaller, local, produ! ction units for personalised products
5.2.3. Product as a service
5.2.4. Data monetisation
5.3. Connected objects as part of digital transformation of industry
5.3.1. Needs of manufacturing domain
5.3.2. Constraints of manufacturing domain
5.3.3. Vision of potential adoption of connected objects by vertical industries

6. Markets and forecasts
6.1. Market development factors
6.1.1. Drivers
6.1.2. Barriers
6.2. Market sizing and forecast

Companies Mentioned

- ABB
- Accenture
- Adidas
- ADP
- Air Liquide
- Airbus
- AMC Health
- AMP 2.0
- Apple
- AT&T
- Audi
- Autodesk
- Axa
- Bangkok Metro
- Bechtle
- BITKOM
- BMW
- Boeing
- Bosch
- Bridgestone
- British Gas
- Camstar
- Caterpillar
- Chery
- Cisco
- Claas
- Daimler
- Dassault Systèmes
- Deere &! amp; Co.
- Deutsche Telekom
- Du-Co Ceramics
- Ela! n
- EMC
- Emerson
- ENEL
- Epson
- ERDF
- Ericsson
- Eurostar
- Fanuc
- Ford
- Ford Smart Mobility LLC
- General Electric
- GM
- Goodyear
- Google
- HCL Technologies
- Honeywell
- HTC
- IBM
- Industrial Internet Consortium
- Innotec
- Intel
- ITESENS
- John Deere
- Komatsu
- Kuka
- LoRa
- Lyft
- Massey Ferguson
- Medtronic
- Michelin
- Mitsubishi Electric
- National Instruments
- New Balance
- Nike
- OAK (Tupolev)
- Optis
- Oracle
- Orange Business
- Pirelli
- Pivotal
- PTC
- Redbird
- Renault
- Renfe
- Rethink Robotics
- Rockwell Automation
- Rolls-Royce
- Safran
- SAP
- SCA Timra
- Schneider Electric
- Siemens
- SIGFOX
- SNCF
- Tata Consultancy Services
- TE Connectivity
- Tech Mahindra
- Telefónica
- Telstra
- Te! sis
- Tesla
- Tieto
- T-Mobile
- Toyota
- Uber
- Ubisense
- UGS
- VDMA
- Vistagy
- VMWare
- Vodafone
- Volkswagen
- Vuzix
- Withings
- Yokogawa Electrics
- ZVEI

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/79wzpn/the_industrial

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