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Japan IoT Market - IoT use Case, Players Market Outlook for 2022 -

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Japan IoT Market - IoT use Case, Players Market Outlook for 2022 -
Published: July 1, 2017 Content info: 119 Pages
Description

Opportunities to see the word IoT (Internet of Things) with newspapers, magazines, news sites are increasing. IoT, which was in the verification experiment stage until 2016, has entered the full-scale introduction stage in all industrial fields in 2017.

Similar concepts of IoT have been proposed previously such as ubiquitous computing and M2M.

The Japanese government introduced the idea of a ubiquitous network society by creating "e-Japan strategy" in 2001 and then "u-Japan strategy". Research and development of sensor networks and various IoT related technologies was conducted, and in June 2015, as an important measure of "Japan revitalization strategy 2015", efforts to IoT was proposed.

Three innovations related to sensors, networks, and computing are responsible for IoT's full-fledged launch.

By using inexpensive and quickly available devices, communication technology, IoT platform, cloud server and artificial intelligence, IT users can collect large volumes of various kinds of data in real time and realize different business models by rapid data analysis and processing.

In this survey report, UDR analyzes market size and forecast on Japan's IoT, efforts by the Japanese government, IoT's main communication technology (LPWA), IoT security, IoT use cases, trends and strategies of major companies by sector.

*Exchange Rate: 1US$=110 yen.

The figure is the amount of user spending in Japan's IoT market, which is 4.8 Trillion Yen (about US $ 44 Billion) as of 2016. In the future, Japan's IoT market is expected to become 12.3 Trillion Yen (about US $ 112 Billion) in 2022 as full-scale introduction progresses.

Target Audiences:

This report is recommended for the followings:

  • IoT device providers
  • IoT solution and service providers
  • Application developers
  • Network service operators
  • Datacenter and providers
  • Systems integration companies
  • Telecom and IT infrastructure suppliers
  • Enterprise companies of all type

Report Benefits:

  • 1. Identify Japan's IoT Market Size
  • 2. Forecast for Japan's IoT market by category
  • 3. Understand the current status Japan's IoT
  • 4. Understand IoT policy of the Japanese government
  • 5. Identify leading IoT vendors in devices, telecom, platforms, software and services
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

Chapter 2: Japan's IoT Market Size

Chapter 3: Efforts of Japanese Government

  • (1) IoT Promotion Consortium
  • (2) i-Construction
  • (3) Creating IoT private number

Chapter 4: IoT Communication Technology (LPWA)

  • (1) Sigfox
  • (2)LoRaWan
  • (3)RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Accesss)
  • (4)FlexNet
  • (5)LTE-LTE Cat-1, LTE Cat-M1, NB-IoT

Chapter 5: IoT and Security Issues

Chapter 6: IoT Use Cases by Industry

  • (1)Transport Industry
    • (i) Taxi demand forecast using IoT and AI
    • (ii) Parking lot search application "Smart Park"
    • (iii) Telematics service for fleet subscribers (Support NAVI)
    • (iv) Antitheft and car lease by vehicle remote control device
  • (2)Utility Industry
    • (i)Remote water meter reading by wireless network "FlexNet"
    • (ii)Cost savings in smart waste box
    • (iii) IoT detects signs of sewer flooding
  • (3)Agriculture Industry
    • (i)Demonstration experiment of mango cultivation utilizing LoRaWan
    • (ii)Water management support system (PaddyWatch) for paddy rice
  • (4)Manufaturing
    • (i)Machine tool maker, Okuma's smart sactory
    • (ii)Brewing using Sub-GHz communication and cloud service
    • (iii)Visualization of warehouse with high precision real time measurement
  • (5)Construction and Mining Industry
    • Construction and mining machine remote control system using 5G
  • (6)Health Care Industry
    • (i)Establishment of big data access and a patient care system
    • (ii)Remote monitoring of AED using LTE line
  • (7) Retailing Industry
    • (i)Dough temperature control of home delivery pizza chain
    • (ii)Introduced mobile line (LoRaWAN) in POS register
  • (8) Real Estate Industry
    • Smart housing utilizing IoT

Chapter 7: Major IoT Companies

  • (1) Device Manufacturer
    • Murata Manufacturing
    • ROHM
  • (2)Telecommunication Company
    • NTT Docomo
    • KDDI Corporation
    • Softbank
    • Kyocera Communications
    • SORACOM
  • (3)Platform Operator
    • IBM Japan
    • Amazon Data Service Japan
    • Microsoft
  • (4)Software Developer
    • Fujitsu
    • NTT Data
    • NEC
    • Hitachi
  • (5) Server / Cloud Service Provider
    • Sakura Internet
    • NTT Communications

Chapter 8: IoT Research & Development Trends

  • R & D trend from the viewpoint of patent application
  • Patent Filings by type of business
  • Number of patents by enterprise
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