Worldwide Smart Infrastructure Landscape Reviewed by BuddeComm in Topical Study Published at MarketPublishers.com10 Nov 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – To date, the world is facing not only a change in the nature of energy (from fossil-based energy to renewable) but also a radical change in the distribution structure with less focus on centralisation and increased focus on distributed energy.
Disruption is taking place, and the electricity industry is facing the change of running with it. Nevertheless, in certain cases it is difficult for the electricity sector to assume a leadership role owing to present-day government policies, regulations and its own out-of-date business models which are restraining the necessary change.
A smart energy system is more integrated and scalable, extending through the distribution system, from homes and businesses and back to the energy sources. The development of this system links with the telecoms development known as M2M or the Internet of Things (IoT). The telecommunications companies are looking at the broader M2M market as a major revenue earner in the offing, and it is forecast that sensors and other devices installed within energy infrastructure will capture 40%-50% of the total M2M market. Thus, the electricity sector is a core target market for telecoms companies that are operating in the M2M market space.
A number of organisations are currently including M2M-based smarts in a host of their consumer products like smart TVs, smart fridges, smart cars, smart homes appliances, security products, among others. This is great news for the industry as it creates a whole novel area of telecoms and ICT in general.
Topical market research study “Global Smart Infrastructure - Gravitating Towards Smart Grids and M2M” сreated by BuddeComm provides comprehensive analysis and statistical information on the global smart grid and smart meter market, examining key trends, covering disruptive developments in smart grids, challenges and opportunities, future outlook, etc. It further includes an in-depth analysis of the M2M and IoT market and investigates key issues driving or restraining the M2M market growth. The study provides deep insights into the smart energy market across Australia, as well as offers a brief look at smart grid developments globally.
Global Smart Infrastructure - Smart Grids and M2M are Key Developments
Published: October, 2015
Price: US$ 900.00
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