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Smart Cities Platforms and Standards

The smart cities vertical is increasingly dominated by open platforms allowing the deployment of vendor-agnostic, holistic, and cross-vertical solutions and services. To further future-proof a sector concerned about technology lifecycle management, smart city standardization is equally important with initiatives from FIWARE, ETSI, and W3C starting to gain traction.

This report provides insight into platform requirements on a technical, service and business level and outlines how this will drive future smart city paradigms related to the sharing and service economies. The report also includes forecast of platform revenues per application category and type as well as detailed profiles of more than 30 platform vendors including Cisco, Verizon, InterDigital, Bosch, and IBM.

Table of Contents

  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Smart City Trends and Platforms
    • 1.2. Relevance of Smart City Platforms, Ecosystems, and Standards
    • 1.3. Smart City Platform Vendors and Solutions
    • 1.4. Smart City Platform Revenue Forecasts
    • 1.5. The Relevance of Smart City Standards
    • 1.6. Strategic Recommendations
  • 2. SMART CITY PLATFORMS
    • 2.1. Definition
    • 2.2. Smart City Platform Components, Application Segments, and Pardigms
    • 2.3. Role of Platforms in Wider Smart Cities Ecosystem
  • 3. SMART CITY STANDARDS
    • 3.1. FIWARE
    • 3.2. BIG IoT
    • 3.3. TALQ
    • 3.4. W3C
    • 3.5. ETSI
    • 3.6. EU EIP-SCC
  • 4. SMART CITY PLATFORM VENDOR SOLUTIONS
    • 4.1. Cisco Kinetic for Cities
    • 4.2. InterDigital's Chordant
    • 4.3. Huawei's OceanConnect
    • 4.4. PTC's ThingWorx
    • 4.5. Nokia IMPACT
    • 4.6. Silver Spring Networks (ITron): SLV
    • 4.7. ZTE's Smart Street 2.0
    • 4.8. Fybr Smart City Platform
    • 4.9. B-Scada's CitiWorx Sensing Platform
    • 4.10. Ortelium Smart City Management
    • 4.11. Telefonica
    • 4.12. Verizon Smart Cities and Communities: sensity
    • 4.13. AT&T's Smart Cities Framework and Spotlight Cities
    • 4.14. Orange
    • 4.15. DT, T-Systems, and T-Mobile
    • 4.16. Telit's deviceWise
    • 4.17. IBM's Smarter Cities and Watson IoT
    • 4.18. Microsoft CityNext
    • 4.19. Amazon AWS IoT Platform
    • 4.20. Bosch
    • 4.21. GE's Predix
    • 4.22. Siemens' MindSphere
    • 4.23. Ericsson IoT Accelerator
    • 4.24. Hitachi's Lumada
    • 4.25. NEC's Cloud City Operation Center
    • 4.26. SAP Leonardo
    • 4.27. Libelium's IoT Sensor Platform
    • 4.28. Philips' CityTouch
    • 4.29. NVIDIA Metropolis
    • 4.30. Schneider Electric
    • 4.31. HPE's Universal IoT Platform
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  • Publish Date 1Q 2018
  • Research Type Technology Analysis Report
  • Code AN-2582
  • Pages 46
  • Charts 2
  • Figures 42
  • File Format PDF

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