Smart Cities: Municipal Networking, Communications, Traffic/Transportation, and Energy

2Q 2011 | Research Report Report | RR-SC1-11 | 110 pages | 64 tables | 5 charts | Excel | PDF | Powerpoint

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Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. What is a Smart City?
    • 1.2. Smart City Systems
    • 1.3. Smart City Drivers
    • 1.4. Smart City Inhibitors
    • 1.5. The Outlook for Smart Cities
    • 1.6. Smart City Technology Spending
  • 2. SMART CITY PROJECTS BY TYPE
    • 2.1. Smart Economy
    • 2.2. Smart Economy: Holyoke, Massachusetts
    • 2.3. Smart Economy: Kochi, India
    • 2.4. Smart Economy: Malta
    • 2.5. Smart Economy: Manado, Indonesia
    • 2.6. Smart Economy: Nanjing, China
    • 2.7. Smart Environment
    • 2.8. Smart Environment: Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • 2.9. Smart Environment: Burlington, Ontario
    • 2.10. Smart Environment: Dublin, Ireland
    • 2.11. Smart Environment: Dubuque, Iowa
    • 2.12. Smart Environment: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
    • 2.13. Smart Environment: Lyon, France
    • 2.14. Smart Environment: Malaga, Spain
    • 2.15. Smart Environment: Peterborough, United Kingdom
    • 2.16. Smart Environment: San Diego, California
    • 2.17. Smart Environment: Shenyang, China
    • 2.18. Smart Environment: Santa Barbara, California
    • 2.19. Smart Environment: Stockholm, Sweden
    • 2.20. Smart Environment: Sydney, Australia
    • 2.21. Smart Environment: Yokohama, Japan
    • 2.22. Smart Governance
    • 2.23. Smart Governance: Chengdu, China
    • 2.24. Smart Governance: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    • 2.25. Smart Governance: Matosinhos, Portugal
    • 2.26. Smart Governance: Syracuse, New York
    • 2.27. Smart Governance: Wilmington, North Carolina
    • 2.28. Smart Lifestyle
    • 2.29. Smart Lifestyle: Boise, Idaho
    • 2.30. Smart Lifestyle: Houston, Texas
    • 2.31. Smart Lifestyle: Johannesburg, South Africa
    • 2.32. Smart Transportation
    • 2.33. Smart Transportation: Alameda County, California
    • 2.34. Smart Transportation: Alcoa, Tennessee
    • 2.35. Smart Transportation: Portland, Oregon
    • 2.36. Smart Transportation: Southampton, United Kingdom
    • 2.37. Smart Community
    • 2.38. Smart Community: Chattanooga, Tennessee
    • 2.39. Smart Community: Dublin, Ohio
    • 2.40. Smart Community: Eindhoven, the Netherlands
    • 2.41. Smart Community: Issy-les-Moulineaux, France
    • 2.42. Smart Community: Luxembourg
    • 2.43. Smart Community: Queensland, Australia
    • 2.44. Smart Community: Stratford, Ontario, Canada
    • 2.45. Smart Community: Windsor-Essex, Ontario, Canada
  • 3. EVOLUTION OF THE SMART CITY CONCEPT
    • 3.1. Europe's Smart Cities Pilot Projects
    • 3.2. Intelligent City
    • 3.3. Smart Communities
  • 4. SMART GOVERNANCE/SMART COMMUNITY TECHNOLOGIES
    • 4.1. Tracking Assets
    • 4.2. Tracking Assets: High-Value Asset and Equipment Tracking
    • 4.3. Tracking Assets: IT/Data Center Asset Tracking and Management
    • 4.4. Tracking Assets: File/Document Tracking
    • 4.5. Tracking Assets: Election Ballot Processing and Voting Equipment Tracking
    • 4.6. Tracking People
    • 4.7. Tracking People: Smart Credentials/Citizen Identification
    • 4.8. Tracking People: Driver Licenses
    • 4.9. Tracking People: Healthcare
    • 4.10. Tracking People: National ID
    • 4.11. Tracking People: Passports
    • 4.12. Tracking People: Voter Cards
    • 4.13. Tracking People: Online Card-based e-Government Services
    • 4.14. Tracking People: Smart Credentials Technologies
    • 4.15. Smart Credentials Forecasts
    • 4.16. Public Safety Communications
    • 4.17. Digital Technologies
    • 4.18. Technology and Market Adoption Drivers
    • 4.19. Spectrum Allocations
    • 4.20. Public Safety Communications Outlook
  • 5. SMART TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES
    • 5.1. Public Transit Management
    • 5.2. Smart Parking Meters
    • 5.3. Traffic Congestion Management
    • 5.4. NFC (Near Field Communication) and Mobile Payments
    • 5.5. NFC Trials
    • 5.6. NFC Add-ons
    • 5.7. Transit Operators
    • 5.8. NFC Deployment by Region
    • 5.9. NFC and Automobiles
    • 5.10. NFC Market Forecasts
    • 5.11. Intelligent Transportation Systems
    • 5.12. Business Issues
    • 5.13. How It Works
    • 5.14. ITS Technologies
    • 5.15. ITS Pilot Programs, Trials, Implementations
    • 5.16. Asia-Pacific
    • 5.17. Vehicle Information and Communication System (VICS)
    • 5.18. Advanced Cruise-Assist Highway System
    • 5.19. Advanced Safety Vehicle
    • 5.20. Smartway 2007
    • 5.21. Korea Expressway's FTMS
    • 5.22. Nationwide South Korean ITS Projects
    • 5.23. Jeju Telematics Project
    • 5.24. U-City Projects in South Korea
    • 5.25. South Korea's National ITS 21 Plan
    • 5.26. North America
    • 5.27. United States
    • 5.28. Connected Vehicle Research
    • 5.29. Integrated Vehicle-Based Safety System
    • 5.30. Cooperative Intersection Collision Avoidance Systems
    • 5.31. Alcoa Traffic Management System
    • 5.32. Europe
    • 5.33. Ricardo
    • 5.34. CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium
    • 5.35. European Commission Regulation on Pedestrian Protection
    • 5.36. Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) Forecasts
    • 5.37. Public Transit
    • 5.38. Contactless Smart Transit Passes/Tickets
    • 5.39. Ticketing Systems Forecasts
    • 5.40. Traffic Information Systems
    • 5.41. Government Markets
    • 5.42. Traffic Sensors and Capture Methods
    • 5.43. Fixed Road Sensors
    • 5.44. Mobile Data Probes
    • 5.45. Manually Collected and Journalistic Data
    • 5.46. One-Way Broadcast Traffic Connectivity Technologies
    • 5.47. Two-way Traffic Connectivity Technologies
    • 5.48. Traffic Information Systems Forecasts
  • 6. SMART ENERGY/ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES
    • 6.1. What Is a Smart Grid?
    • 6.2. Smart Grid Requirements
    • 6.3. Smart Grid Technologies
    • 6.4. Smart Grid/Smart Meter Market Challenges
    • 6.5. Smart Meter Market Forecast
    • 6.6. Smart Grid Forecasts
    • 6.7. Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: Integrating Cars Into the Grid
    • 6.8. Technology Considerations
    • 6.9. Grid Management Technology
    • 6.10. Electric Vehicle and Charging Market Forecasts
  • 7. COMPANY DIRECTORY
    • 7.1. Industry and Governmental Organizations and Standards Bodies
  • 8. ACRONYMS
  • 9. LINKS TO RELATED RESEARCH
    • 9.1. Sources and Methodology
    • 9.2. Notes

Charts

  1. Smart City Projects by Region, World Market: 2011
  2. Average Population per Smart City Project by Region, World Market: 2011
  3. Number of Smart City Projects by Region
  4. Smart City Population by Region
  5. Average Population per Smart City Project, By Region


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