Move Toward A Smart Europe - The Enabling Role of ICT


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Move Toward A Smart Europe - The Enabling Role of ICT

  1. 1. Move toward a Smart Europe - The Enabling Role of ICT Saverio Romeo “ICT in European Public Sector” Research Program Manager 15 March 2012© 2012 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property ofFrost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  2. 2. Today’s Presenter Saverio Romeo, Senior Industry Analyst Mobile Communications and “ICT in European Public Sector” Research Program Manager Frost & Sullivan •10 years experience in the telecommunications industry and applied ICT as academic researcher, network engineer, technology policy analyst, and industry analyst 2
  3. 3. Focus Points Introducing the Concept of Smart Europe Smart Europe – The State of Art The Role of the ICT Industry in Smart Europe Introduction to the “ICT in European Public Sector” Research 3
  4. 4. Introducing the Concept of Smart Europe 4
  5. 5. Smart Europe – At the Core of European Political Agenda Policy Focus: Creating Sustainable Growth in Efficient and Dynamic Societies Green Green Innovation and technologies and Creativity ICT are seen as key enablers Smart Infrastructures for economic Enablers growth in Europe and for Make Public Services modernizing Intelligent ICT public service delivery. Smart Europe Source: Frost & Sullivan 5
  6. 6. Information and Communication Technologies – A KeyEnabler for a Smart Europe ICT is a key enabler in transport systems, healthcare services, ICT intelligent living spaces and energy provision. Source: Frost & Sullivan 6
  7. 7. Smart Europe – The State of Art 7
  8. 8. EU Measuring Smart Europe This is a set of indicators to measure the evolution of the EU Digital Agenda. The data shown is for the entire EU. Source: European Commission 8
  9. 9. EU Spending Towards Smart Europe 11.5 EU ICT Research Spending (€bn) 11 EU is planning to increase 10.5 spending for research in ICT 10 (though FP and Horizon 2020) over the period 2007-2020. The 9.5 attention on research areas such 9 as intelligent transport systems and 8.5 ehealth (E-Health Action Plan 2020) is relevant. 8 2007-2013 2014-2020 Time PeriodSource: Frost & Sullivan onEU Data The Connecting Europe Facility 31.7 11.3 11.5 plan spans over the period 2012- 2020 with the aim to create smart infrastructures in Europe. €11.5 billion will be invested in 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% broadband access and ICT services. Within the Energy and Connecting Europe Facility - Transport (€bn) Transport streams, there will be Connecting Europe Facility - Energy (€bn) Source: Frost & Sullivan on projects about the use of ICT. Connecting Europe Facility - Telecom and ICT (€bn) EU Data 9
  10. 10. Moving UK towards a Smart Future Four Pillars for a Smart UKSmart Energy High Speed Smart Healthcare Smart Living Broadband11.7 billion pounds Government plans to Substantial investment Various projects andbudgeted for 53 million spend hundreds of for telemedicine and initiatives in the areassmart meters to monitor millions of pounds digital health services of intelligent transportreal-time electricity and expanding nationwide and technologies. The systems and smartgas usage. Goal is to broadband access. public sector is citiesgive consumers an Separately, 100 million expected to invest 750accurate view of what pounds has been million pounds and willthey are spending to allocated to building also have the supportpromote more efficient high speed networks in of the private sector.behaviour. The rollout 10 UK citieswill take place from2014-2019. Source: Frost & Sullivan 10
  11. 11. Smart Metering for All France The French government will spend between €4.3 and €9 billion to provide 35 million homes with smart metersSmart Metering for all France between 2013-2018. Hammarby Sjostad has been designed along “smart” guidelines, seeking to use real time information and creative building and design practices to limitSmart Cities in Sweden environmental impact. €140 million for promoting smart metering in German housesE-Energy Project 11
  12. 12. Skolkovo – Dreaming of a Russian Smart City Skolkovo technology park has been designed to create an innovation and technology hub in Russia. However, the evolution of Skolkovo goes towards the idea of a smart living space. 12
  13. 13. South Korea and Japan Are Still Head 120.0%Penetration and Coverage (2011) 100.0% 80.0% % of Households Covered by Looking at the broadband access Fibre 60.0% (the core infrastructure of smart Mobile Broadband living environments), Europe has to 40.0% Penetration (Per 100 catch up when it is compared to inhabitants) Japan and South Korea 20.0% Fixed Broadband Penetration (per 100 inhabitants) 0.0% Japan Korea Sweden EU Average Country Source: Frost & Sullivan 13
  14. 14. The Role of ICT Players 14
  15. 15. European Telecoms Operators and Providers for SmartEurope • Vodafone mHealth Solutions aim to improve healthcare services efficiency and telemedicine solutions • Vodafone has offered M2M solutions to British Gas and Italgas for installing over one million smart meters. • Deutsche Telekom (DT) has recently launched the VitaDock devices and apps in collaboration with Medisana. • DT is working with Berlin hospitals for digitalizing health records and implement Remote Patient Monitoring technologies. • Revenues from DT products and services in energy, healthcare and automotive can be estimated around €100 million in 2011. • Orange Healthcare offers clinics software and communications services to hospitals in the territories in which Orange operates. • Orange Business Services is a well known provider of solutions (M2M- based and not only) in intelligent transport systems and smart metering. • TeliaSonera offers solutions in healthcare (telemedicine, connected portable ECG) in transport (intelligent logistics, public transport information) and smart metering. • TeliaSonera estimates to have $57 billion net sales by 2014 from its offer to vertical markets 15
  16. 16. Key Themes for Technology Players Next Generation Access Smart Grid Smart Transportation Smart Public Safety Smart City Smart Healthcare 16
  17. 17. Smart Meter Market in Europe 35.0 1600 30.0 1400 1200 Revenues (€million) 25.0Units (million) 1000 20.0 800 15.0 30.5 1458.7 600 10.0 400 5.0 200 240.3 2.9 0.0 0 2010 2017 2010 2017 Year Year Source: Frost & Sullivan Source: Frost & Sullivan The smart meter market in Europe is at the initial stage, but with a very promising growth over the period 2010-2017. The driving role of public policies has been crucial. 17
  18. 18. The Key Role of Big Data and Data Analytics Applications Transport Energy Healthcare Layer Analytics Analysing the Data (Data Analytics) Layer Exchanging the Sensed Data Physical Layer Sensing the World Source: Frost & Sullivan The role of big data analytics is becoming crucial for supporting operational and strategic decisions. 18
  19. 19. New Ideas through Mobile Software and Devices Source: Medisana Source: epocratesEpocrates enables doctors to discover The VitaDock Family is a combination of free apps andliterature and samples measuring devices for reading and monitoring vital data. 19
  20. 20. Introduction to the “ICT in European Public Sector” Research Program 20
  21. 21. ICT for Public Sector – An Architectural View Public Sector Specific Service & Application Layers BSS OSS/BSS & IT Middleware OSS Standard IT Middleware Transport & Access, Control By network technology: Fixed, Wireless, Hybrid Layers By use of network: WAN, LAN/FAN, HAN (including sensor networks) Devices & objects Source: Frost & Sullivan 21
  22. 22. “ICT in European Public Sector” Research Coverage Industry Scope Geographic Scope Common Themes Focus on 2 industry sub- Bottom-Up Research 3 common themes will link sectors: Focus on 6 markets: our research together: Smart Applications, e.g.: • Machine-to-machine France Germany • Mobile payments • Smart transportation • Smart government Poland UK Enabling Technology, e.g.: Public Healthcare • Cloud-based services • Data analytics • Next-gen networks Russia Sweden • Social media • Security/ID • Comms & collaboration • Robust, bottom-up methodology applied to above 6 country markets Disruptive Innovation, e.g.: • Extrapolation and modeling logic • New business models Public Transport would apply to rest of Europe, with • Disruptive technology a top-down approach taken to • New industry market deliver country-level break-outs entrants • Focus on EU as policy driver • Market Strategies Source: Frost & Sullivan 22
  23. 23. Program Deliverables Market Engineering Aug • Public Sector-ICT Market Model Research Mar Cloud Computing in Sep Smart Public Transportation in European Public Sector Europe Data Analytics in European Public Nov Developing Smart Cities in Europe Market Insight Apr Sector Healthcare Mobile Devices in European Exploring Disruptive Innovation in the Jun Dec Public Sector European Public Sector ICT ‘Beat’ TBC • Titles and exact timing TBC dependent on industry developments End-user Jun Towards a Smart Europe – Challenges, Trends and Opportunities Survey Mar • ICT in Public Sector – Key Themes and Trends 1 Analyst Jun • The Role of Mobility in the Public Sector 2 Briefing Sep • European Government Initiatives: Smart Services 3 Nov • Smart Cities in Europe Source: Frost & Sullivan 23
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  27. 27. For Additional InformationJoanna Lewandowska Saverio RomeoCorporate Communications Research Program ManagerICT ICT+48 22 390 41 46 0044 (0)20 7343 Saverio.romeo@frost.comAdrian Drozd Cyril CromierResearch Manager Vice President, SalesICT ICT+44 1865 398 699 +33 1 4281 27