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Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
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Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
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Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
Frost&Sullivan: Mega-trend Presentation MTF11
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  • 1. Looking Through the Crystal BallMega Trends That Will Shape the Future of the World 12th May 2011 Courtesy of : Money Talks Forum 1
  • 2. Definition of a Mega Trend Impact of Mega Trends on Key What is a Mega Trend? Organisational Functions Mega Trends are global, sustained and macro economic forces of development that impact business, economy, society, cultures and personal lives thereby defining ourfuture world and its increasing pace of change 2
  • 3. Overview of Top Mega TrendsURBANIZATIO Mega City Future of Global Power Generation ENERG Mega City Future of Global Power Generation Mega Regions Innovating to Zero !: Zero Emission Y Mega Regions Innovating to Zero !: Zero Emission N Mega Corridors Mega Corridors Technologies Technologies SMART Cities and SMART SMART Cities and SMART Infrastructure Infrastructure MOBILITY Generation Y Electric Electric Vehicles Vehicles Generation Y E- Women Empowerment and Women CE Electric Electric Aircrafts Aircrafts Women Empowerment and Women CE SOCIAL Power to the Middle Class Power to the Middle Class Reverse Brain Drain and CXO Positions in Reverse Brain Drain and CXO Positions in Developing Economies Developing Economies INFRASTRUCTU Six Degrees Apart: Geo Socialization Six Degrees Apart: Geo Socialization Future Investment in Future Investment in Infrastructure: Infrastructure: RE Power, Water and Transport Power, Water and Transport Beyond BRIC: The Next Game Change Beyond BRIC: The Next Game Change ECONOMY New Shores: Emerging Outsourcing New Shores: Emerging Outsourcing Emerging Transportation Corridors Emerging Transportation Corridors Hotspots Hotspots Future Global 500 Companies by Region Future Global 500 Companies by Region New Trade Zones New Trade Zones BUSINES New Business Models New Business Models S SMART Clouds: The Next in Cloud SMART Clouds: The Next in Cloud Computing Computing SPACE JAM: Congested Satellite TECHNOLOGY SPACE JAM: Congested Satellite WELLNESS HEALTH & Orbits Orbits From Fat to Fit: Health, From Fat to Fit: Health, Virtual World: Fluid Interfaces and Virtual World: Fluid Interfaces and Wellness and Well Being Wellness and Well Being Haptic Technology Haptic Technology RoboSlaves RoboSlaves Future of Consumer Electronics Future of Consumer Electronics Wireless Intelligence FACTOR Wireless Intelligence Factory of the Future: SMART and SMART Factory of the Future: SMART and Future Broadband Applications Future Broadband Applications GREEN Y GREEN World War 3: Cyber Warfare World War 3: Cyber Warfare 3
  • 4. What were the Top Mega Trends in 2000? • China as an emerging Super power • E- Internet Retail and E-Commerce • From Industrial to Information Society • Outsourcing as a business model • ....... 4
  • 5. Three Main Trends in Urbanisation: Developmentof Mega Cities, Mega Regions and Mega Corridors MEGA CITY MEGA REGIONS MEGA CORRIDORS City With A Minimum Cities Combining With The Corridors Connecting Population Of 10 Suburbs To Form Regions. Two Major Cities or Mega Million (Population over 15 Million) Regions EXAMPLE: Greater EXAMPLE: Johannesburg EXAMPLE: Hong Kong- London and Pretoria (forming Shenzhen-Guangzhou in “Jo-Toria”) China (Population 120 Million) 5
  • 6. Top 20 Megacities – Ranking50% Of The Top 20 Megacities In 2025 Will Be From TheDeveloping Countries Evolution of Megacities: Top 20 Megacities - Ranking (Global), 2009-2025 2009- 45 Top 20 Megacities in 2025 Top 20 Megacities in 2025 40 1. Population (million) 10 Cities from the 35 Tokyo developing economies. 6. 9. 11.Mumbai 30 2. Mexico São City 8. Paulo 16. Delhi 25 New Shanghai 12. Osaka- York Kobe New definition of Megacity ‘25 20 15 3. Los 18. Guangzhou 14. Beijing 17. Moscow Angeles 10. U.N. definition 10 Buenos of Megacity ‘09 Aires 5 5. Chicago 7.Paris 15.Hong Kong 19.Seoul 4. London 20. Miami 13.Philadelphia 0 (3) (1) 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 Ranking based on population and GDP * Size of the bubble – GDP 2025 45 Top 20 Megacities in 2009 Top 20 Megacities in 2009 40 8 Cities from the developing Population (million) 35 1. economies. Tokyo 30 25 8. Mexico City 19.Mumbai 2. 9. São Paulo 17. Shanghai 13. 20 New York 7. Osaka- Moscow Kobe 15 20. Rio de Janeiro 3. Los 5. Paris 11. Buenos 14. Seoul Angeles Aires U.N. definition 10 16. Toronto of Megacity ‘09 5 4. London 6.Chicago 12.Hong Kong 18. Madrid 10.Philadelphia 15. Miami 0(3) (1) 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 * Size of the bubble – GDP 2009 Ranking based on population and GDP * Cities from emerging economies Note: All figures are rounded; the base year is 2009. Source: Frost & SullivanM65B-18 6
  • 7. Smart Cities – “Green” Replaced by “SMART” Concepts Smart Diamond to define Smart City ‘S” Governance ‘S’ Citizen ‘S’ Business Source: Frost & Sullivan ‘S’ City ‘S’ Buildings Planning ‘S’ ICT ‘S’ Mobility ‘S’ Energy ‘S’ Information Technology 7
  • 8. Over 40 Global Cities to be SMART Cities in 2020 - More than 50% of Smart cities of 2025 will be from Europe and North America. China and India to see over 50 New “Sustainable” Cities Amsterdam London Boulder Tianjin GIFT San Francisco Göteborg Stockholm Reykjavik Oslo Hammarby Sjöstad Songdo Montreal Clonburris Copenhagen Vancouver St Davids Seattle Toronto Freiburg Portland Paris Dongtan Treasure Island Barcelona Changsha Destiny Coyote Springs Meixi Lake Babcock Ranch Khajuraho Arcosanti Pune Singapore City Bogota KochiLegend Waitakere, N.Z. Cities built from scratch Curitiba Cape Town Masdar Moreland, Australia Existing eco cities Existing eco megacities Source: Frost & Sullivan 8
  • 9. “Smart” Market Opportunity: Convergence of Technology Will Lead to Convergence of Competition Energy/Infrastructure Players • T&D Technology • Power Electronics • Renewable Energy • Integrated Distribution Management • Substation Automation • AMI-Enabled Metering • Etc.• IP Networks • Building Automation• Digital Technology • Demand-Side Management• Analysis Software • Connectivity of devices• Wireless Communication • Monitoring and Sensing• Technology Integration • Smart Grid Integration• Network Security • Etc.• Etc. Automation/Building IT Players Control Players Source: Frost & Sullivan. 9
  • 10. “Smart” is the New Green Smart Cities Smart Smart Smart Technology Infrastructure Energy Smart Smart Smart Grids Smart Clouds Mobility Buildings Smart Smart Smart Smart Meters Materials Bandages Phones 10
  • 11. Six Degrees Apart: Geo Socialisation in 2020 Used For: Used For: Meet Ups, Restaurant and Digital Marketing: Nightclub Reviews, Receiving Updates on Concert Events Promotion and OffersUsed For: Used For:Networking in Business Local Real Estate News,Conferences: Updates on Geo Socialising withPotential Contacts Friends 11
  • 12. Generation Y: Goods and Services Catered to Values, Beliefs, Interestand Lifestyle Personalization Techno Savvy Civic and Demanding and and and Connected Environmentally Impatient – “Fast Individualization 24 X 7 Friendly and the Furious” Gaming Gizmos Personalized Search and Instant Text Messaging Eco- Transport News Smart Phones Social Networking Profiles Bag-For-Life (Paper Bags Instead of Plastic) Instant Chat Facebook-on-the Move Personalized Products Paperless Banking Speed Oriented Gaming (Car Racing) Microblogs 12
  • 13. Future RoboSlave: Pervasive Robotic Technology in 2020 That Will “Act as a Butler” in Everyday Life Robots as Pets Robots for Household Chores Robots to Wait on Hand and Robots for FootCompanionship Robots as Robots To Help With Strategic Waiters Planning and Business Robots as Nannies 13
  • 14. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Future Machine Technology WithMultiple Applications Welding Drilling Medical Robots Performing Robots in Space Low Invasive Surgery Robotic Industrial Applications in 2020 Material Packaging Transportation Robots Military Robots Handling 14
  • 15. Virtual World 2020: 3D Simulated Environment for Interaction and Experience Impacting Personal MobilityVirtual Shopping Allowing Customers to Try Virtual Surgeries and Medical Training Virtual Business Conferences Products without leaving their homes Virtual Classes and Laboratories Social Networking: 3D Avatars and Daily 3D Field Trips Enabling People to Lead to Different Countries and Planets Multiple Lives 15
  • 16. Fluid Interfaces: Haptic Technology Enabling Seamless, Gestural,Intuitive and Ambient Interaction Between Physical and Virtual Realms“Holodecks”: F-16 Haptic Entertainment Flight Simulator Experiences Wearable Computing: Gestural Interfaces Are Being Developed that Allows Humans to Interact and Augment Physical World with Digital Data Applications of Wearable Computing: Using Hand as a Keypad or Dial Pad Intuitive Haptic Gaming Experiences Surface Computers: Browsing of Internet on Any Surface Through Gestures Source: MIT Media Group, 2010 16
  • 17. New Consumer Electronics In 2020: Faster, Smaller, Cheaper andInnovative & Customized with Even Shorter Development Life-Cycles From Laptops To Tabletops From Laptops To Tabletops Mobile Phones: Projection, Mobile Phones: Projection, From 2D to 3D HDTV From 2D to 3D HDTV Visual Search and Morphing Visual Search and Morphing Holographic “Projection Keyboard” Mobile Projection Technology Technologies in 2020 3D HDTV– use of auto stereoscopic displays with micro Touchscreen Window With Built-in lenses) to transmit images Camera, Scanner, Wi-fi, Google Maps Intuitive Search Tools. differently to right and left eyes Laptops with integrated monitor and keyboard. E-Media E-Media E-Book E-Newspaper Reader Morphing– Allowing Users to Transform Mobiles Into Different ShapesM65B-18 17
  • 18. Real-Time Wireless Intelligence in 2020: IT Infrastructure To Be Around 80% Wireless on a Single Integrated PlatformUTILITIES: Smart Meters, Wireless GPS: Atleast 75% of automobilesTechnology and Sensors enabling installed with GPS equipmentMachine to Machine (M2M) enabling intelligent trafficcommunication and monitoring of management system.energy use 4G Mobile technology (LTE, WiMAX) enabling integration into any wireless BUILDINGS: WirelessAIRPORTS: Free Wi-Fi platform Building AutomationAccess and Real – Time CCTV surveillance with built-in Systems at Homes andVirtual Monitoring with Network Card, DVR and LCD Offices Connected tosecure, high-speed, wireless Monitor integrated into the iPhone, Laptop, Cardata networking wireless platform Systems for Easy Control and NETWORK Communication INTELLIGENCE Managed by A Central Server SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY (such as GALILEO) to provide navigation for aviation, ground and maritime HOTSPOTS: City-wide Wi-Fi operations Network (Eg. Sunnyvale, California) with Hotspots in Cafes, Hotels and otherRAILWAYS: Real-Time important locations EMERGENCY SERVICES:Wireless Video Surveillance in Wireless surveillance connecting firerailways stations for event and police forces to Central Serverdetection, preparedness, for monitoring, control and commandprevention, protection, response communicationsand recovery M65B-18 18
  • 19. Innovative Technologies of the Future Advanced Batteries and Storage Flexible SMART Materials Electronics Green IT Nanomaterials Top 10 Technologies of the Future Lasers Solar PV White Biotech 3D Integration Autonomous Systems 19
  • 20. Global Power Generation in 2020: Shifting Regional and Fuel Balance– Power Generation from Renewables and Nuclear Energy to Increase to 36% in 2020 (from 32% in 2007)By 2020, nearly half of world electricity to be produced in emerging regions 2007 Energy Market: Global Power Generation (TWh) by Region (World), 2020 2020 26,620 TWh 19,756 TWh Power Generation in TWh Source: Frost & Sullivan / International Energy Agency 20
  • 21. Top 10 Global Energy Trends Major Trend 2010 2015 2020 Power Demand Non-OECD countries China becomes Global electrification Big expansion of1 Growth Surpass OECD largest consumer reaches 80% electric/hybrid vehicles New Age of CCGT favourite generation technology Growth in global pipeline network2 Natural Gas Massive boost in LNG availability Shale gas boom in USA Clean Coal Carbon Capture and Storage pilot plants Commercial CCS viability & large-scale dev-t3 Commercialisa tion Ultrasupercritical technology becomes prevalent Nuclear 56 reactors under construction globally Nuclear renaissance in 480+ reactors4 resurgence Massive nuclear expansion in China some European countries operational Renewable grid Solar and wind reach grid parity in EU and Japan Renewables share in power5 parity Grid parity reached in majority of developed world generation: 25% - globally, 30% - EU Smarter Expansion of virtual power plants6 Grids Smart meters take off in US and Europe Smart meters reach most consumers in developed world Energy Green buildings become norm in developed world Global penetration of micro-7 Efficiency Global coverage for energy-efficient lighting renewables and micro-CHP Energy storage market Improved battery technologies emerge Grid-scale energy storage takes off8 Energy Storage reaches $50 billion (Li-ion, NiZn, Molten Salt) (pumped storage, CAES) “Peak shaving” through energy efficiency, Smart meters optimise consumer Direct load control of smart9 Demand Management promotion of embedded generation usage patterns and flatten peak demand appliances via remote man-t Market Most power generation markets fully liberalised Growing trans-regional power trading10 Liberalisation Focus on emerging markets retail liberalisation 21
  • 22. Global Energy & Environment Market … Headline Market Issues The global energy market is challenged by three interlocking issues that make present energy Fossil Fuel Power will continue to markets both attractive and complex: dominate and will grow dramatically in the next 20 years. Fuel Costs & Security of Supply Issues, Global Primary Energy demand to Environmental Issues increase by over 50% between now and Growth in Global Energy Demand 2030. World Electricity Demand to increase 60% for same period. Fuel Supply Over 70% of this increase comes from and Costs developing countries, led by China and India. CO2 Emissions reach 40 Gt in 2030, a 55% increase over 2005 level. Significant Global Growth Global Opportunities for Power Generation, Environment Energy Demand Energy Efficiency and Water Management. 22
  • 23. Global Energy & Environment Market …. Evolution of MarketIssues Major 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 Issue Libya nationalises Major strikes in UK Extremely cold weather in British Petroleum as coal production Fears over security Fuel concession & Iraq is cut Europe increases demand US boom of gas supplies from and oil prices followed bySupply/Cost follows soon e.g Russia crash Trends Acceleration of First wave of ‘Dash for Gas’ oil prices Nuclear German government Prices rise as oil announces plans to phase Global Windfall profits tax enacted out nuclear power embargo begins Emergence of major and later reduced Energy capacity gaps across Demand Oil embargo ends Production outages in China Europe & NA North Sea boom Greenhouse gas Heightened public EU Directive for air-quality Adoption of EU Large emissions allowance objection to standards and smoke Combustion Plant trading scheme emissionsEnvironment Directive (LCPD) Issues Chernobyl disaster 20: 20: 20 EU challenges nuclear Global water vision for safety Stress renewables 2011: • Security of Energy Supply • Portfolio Diversification • Energy Efficiency • Capacity Optimisation • Integration of Renewables • Sustainable Water 23
  • 24. Timeline for Major Market Issues Major 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 Issue Energy from Waste Oil passes Demand for liquid fuel Coal reaches in Emerging Resurgence $100 per falling after 2015 Almost 45% of energy Markets Of Nuclear Fuel Supply barrel Consumption, following Growth of natural gas growth in India and China And Costs Oil drops Acceleration of kept in check by high To $35 per Continued acceleration Natural gas gas prices barrel of coal-fired power Growth dominated Long-running Global Energy Demand By India & China boom in Russia almost double 2000 levels Global Energy Developing economies Deceleration and pass 40% of electricity Demand maturation of EU demand Growth Resumed Electricity generation passes in all regions 30,000 billion kWh Potable water China overtakes the US as Accelerated investment 20% Renewable consumption up the world’s biggest emitter in carbon capture Energy in Europe 50% on 1995 Environment of CO2 and storage Global Issues Stationary fuel cells CO2 Emissions Global Renewables Boom in RO contribute to reach 40 Gt Growth Desalination distributed generation 30,000 Global Electricity 20,000 Generation(billion kWrh) 10,000 0 2010 2015 2020 2025 Source: Frost & Sullivan and EIA. 24
  • 25. Growth in Electricity Generation by Fuel 35,000 2.1% 30,000 Coal Other 1.3% renewables -3.3%Electricity Generation (TWh) 25,000 Wind -1.8% Oil 2.4% 2007-2020 Hydro Gas 20,000 1.5% 2020-2030 1.8% Nuclear Nuclear 2.9% 15,000 Gas 2.2% Hydro 2.2% 10,000 Oil 15.2% Wind 5.0% 5,000 Coal 7.7% Other renewables 7.2% 0 -5% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 2007 2020 2030 Compound Annual Growth Rate Source : International Energy Agency, Frost & Sullivan Continuing strong global growth for renewables: Expect further drops in price and cost competitiveness Expect ongoing expansion of the technology supply base 25
  • 26. Renewable Energy Industry – EU Snapshot, FutureGrowth 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Example: EU Installed Capacity, MW, 2015 Wind Energy • Wind energy will continue to be the most important renewable energy source, with most of the total installed capacity in 2015. Solar Energy Wind Power = 153 GW Biomass Energy Solar Power = 80 GWGeothermal Energy Biomass Power = 20 GW Geothermal Power = 8 GW Marine Energy Marine Power less than 200 MW Source: Frost & Sullivan. 26
  • 27. How CleanTech has Expanded and how the Segments LookToday … Environmental Technologies and Services Fuels & Feedstocks Alternative/ Emission Energy Renewables Reduction Efficiency • Wind, Solar, Biomass • Advanced turbines • Smart meters & grids • Clean fuelsPower • Biofuels • Fuel cells • Air pollution control • Energy management& Energy • Hydro • Coal to gas • T&D infrastructure • Hydrogen • Wave, tidal • Filter technology • Energy storage • Biomass • Geothermal • Clean coal • Advanced batteries • Waste to Energy • CCS • Biomass • Micro-renewables • Ventilation • Green buildingsBuilding • Fuel Management • Solar thermal • Extraction • Low energy lightingTechnologies • Heat pumps • Insulation • Building controls • BIPV • Smart homes • Bio solids • Gasification • Air filtration • Waste to energyEnvironment • Bio wastes • Anaerobic digestion • VOC control • Water recycling(CleanTech) • Biogas • Pyrolysis • Water & wastewater • Energy recovery treatment • Waste recycling • Waste management • Desalination • Biodiesel • Fuel cell vehicles • Electric vehicles • Mass transportationTransport • Ethanol • Solar • Hybrid vehicles • Vehicle efficiency(Road, rail, air) • LPG • Filters technology • Dual fuel systems • Converters etc. • Power converters • Energy management • Fuel delivery & • Advanced processIndustrial dispensing … valves, • SCADA control software • Wireless comms • Motors & drives actuators etc. • Pumps, compressors etc. 27
  • 28. CleanTech Issues, Challenges & Opportunities Issues & Challenges: • Green investment is too often not price competitive • Too many markets remain beholden to incentives & grants • Regulations cover the ‘What’ and not so much the ‘How’ Opportunities: • When the issues go beyond green • Where the added value becomes truly tangible • When secure financing is available • When there is a real RoI • .... When the risk for the customer is low. 28
  • 29. Outlook for the Environment & Energy IndustryTop 10 Technologies and Markets to Watch For in 2020 Energy Efficiency in Buildings Carbon Capture and Storage SMART BuildingsEnergy Recovery from Waste Top 10 Markets of the LED Lighting Future Revolution Key technology platforms that Key technology platforms that are poised to have a profound are poised to have a profound impact on a number of sectors impact on a number of sectors across the globe. These areas across the globe. These areas present a potential high ROI. present a potential high ROI. Water Re-Use & Desalination SMART Grid Advanced Batteries Solar PV and Energy Storage Fuel Cells Source: Frost & Sullivan 29
  • 30. Factory of the Future: SMART and GREEN: “Flexibility in Capacity” And “Robotic Technology” Combined with Artificial Intelligence Are Key Features Future Plant SMART Factory 2020 Current Plant Material Handling conveyer Factory of the future will Lower Production Costs and shorten Innovation and Production Cycles Mixing Plant Processing Plant Work Simulation Material Handling conveyer Drying Chamber 10% decrease in production time; 30% Separation Plant savings in project cost; 20% reduction in Mixing & Processing PlantWaste Water manual labour; Reduced CO2 emissions LV and MV drivesProcessing Plant Heating Plant coupled with energy Batching & Blending efficient products Plant Drying Chamber Separation Plant Cleaning Plant Chilling Plant Waste Water Processing Plant Heating Plant Quality Plant Packaging Shop Premium Batching & Blending efficiency class Plant motors, pumps and compressors; Chilling Plant all requiring low voltage drives Remote Support and Diagnosis FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES of Production Equipment, Cleaning Plant Virtual Reality based • Current Sensing • Reduced Complexity maintenance and Planning • Cloud Computing • Software as a Service • Digital Factory • Software configurable hardware Quality Plant • Mobile Applications Packaging Shop • Sustainability • OELD Displays • Virtualization M65B-18 30
  • 31. Rapid Developments in IT will Drive Interoperability, Miniaturization and Intelligence of Systems Broad Segmentation of Smart Factory Predictive Maintenance Maintenance decisions based on future predictions Detection anomalies early and understanding its implications on the equipment Equipment Diagnostics Acquire Validate Temp, pressure, flow etc Data Source: www.smartfactory-kl.de Analyze Design information, Maintenance Validated Data Performance History, Operating Mode Successful working of a Smart Factory depends on rapid Standardizeddevelopments in IT and its influence across industrial Performance Predict Degraded Economicstechnologies Operation These include smart field devices, communication protocols,control systems, PDAs and manufacturing software solutions Cost Benefits from avoiding Take Industrial wireless is expected to play a very crucial role in Corrective potential failuresenabling communication between all these smart devices and Actiondigital networks Prioritizing Maintenance work orders 31
  • 32. Convergence of Sustainable and Smart Solutions will Drive Automation GrowthMarket How to achieve greaterRequirement: operational efficiency Market How do I enable effective through sustainable Requirement: information flow among IT means? and Automation solutions?Response: Vendor independent Response: Seamless communication services from design from plant to business stages onwards until end Strategic level powered by solutions product life Services like MES, EMI, PLM … Energy Manufacturing Efficiency SoftwareMarket How much more efficient is SmartRequirement: the product from Supplier Technology Market How can I have smarter plant? A than Supplier B??? Requirement:Response: Energy efficient ratings of products will be a norm Response: Industrial wireless, predictive maintenance and smart devices will synergize to offerSource: Frost & Sullivan. real time intelligence 32
  • 33. E-Mobility : Over 40 Million Electric 2 Wheelers and 4 Wheelers will beSold Annually Around the Globe in 2020 Total 30 million – Total 10 Million – 2 Wheelers (2020) 4 Wheelers (2020) Sanyo Enacle XM 3000 Electric Moped The GEM Peapod The Smith Newton 33
  • 34. Electric Vehicle Market Provides Opportunity to Enter New Fields Cooperation to simultaneously promote EV use and electricity as a fuel Integrators to create partnerships with Utilities, OEMs and Government Utilities Integrators OEMs KeyResponsibility: KeyDevelopment of Responsibility: Charging Infrastructure Promotion of EV use Supplies Development of infrastructure to performing distribute their batteries energy Infrastructure Charging supplier System/Battery Station Government Manufacturers Manufacturers Could work to improve charging time and safety 34
  • 35. Mobility Integrators (MI) to Offer Innovative Mobility Solutions ToComplement Commuters’ Inter-modality and Multi-Modality Travel Split Telecom Operators The Concept of a Dynamic Transport Operators Transport Solution Integrating Rail Bus Different Modes Under a Single Entity to make Personal Transportation Easy and Simple Online Mobility Carsharing Booking Agencies: Long Distance Mobility Bikes Mobility Integrator Short Distance Urban Mobility MIs will start exploiting the Web 2.0 and Mobile 2.0 Internet service to offer Technology mobility-based Payment Engine Solutions Provider applications (apps) on smart phones. Technology Evolution MOBILE 2.0 WEB 2.0 *The company logos mentioned are only for descriptive purpose Source: Frost & Sullivan 35
  • 36. Final Thoughts CleanTech markets are converging ….. Efficiency is emerging as the most important value proposition Huge mid and long-term potential for renewables still very much exists (short-term dominated by wind; solar gaining share) Smart technology is re-defining the market and becoming integral to energy efficiency … Smart Solutions have leapfrogged pure ‘Green’ Solutions Technology convergence leads to convergence of competition and re-defined value chains … Supply relationships are changing It is important to understand the eco-system of the Mega Trend and the elements of the value chain which have most profitability for you All these trends are global and have global ramifications thereby offering scalable opportunities 36
  • 37. Questions & Answers Iain Jawad Director Strategic Partnerships, + 44 20 7343 8311 + 44 7961 769545 Iain.jawad@frost.com

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