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LTE in Industry Verticals: Market Opportunities and Forecasts 2014 - 2019

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LONDON, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:

LTE in Industry Verticals: Market Opportunities and Forecasts 2014 - 2019

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Overview:

There is a rapidly growing demand for broadband-enabled data applications within certain vertical market segments including public safety, oil, gas and energy production, defense and others. Wireless infrastructure and support service providers are optimizing LTE as the technology of choice for general communications and various applications including remote data acquisition, video surveillance, multimedia PTT, and others for private LTE network deployments.

This report provides an in depth assessment of LTE in industry verticals including use cases, case studies, business case, value chain analysis, adoption timelines, and evaluation of key trends and drivers. The report includes forecasts for subscriptions and service revenue for 2012 to 2019 with sub-market data for the following industries: Manufacturing, Oil, Gas and Energy, Construction, Agriculture, Mining, Utilities, Transportation, Defense, Public Safety, Education and Distance Learning, Healthcare. Forecasts also include a breakdown by consumer and enterprise users.

Target Audience:

Application Developers
Mobile network operators
Managed service companies
Mobile device manufacturers
Wireless infrastructure vendors
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) suppliers
WiMAX and WiFi infrastructure suppliers
Research and development organizations
Government officials and agencies globally
Enterprise companies and businesses of all types
1 Introduction 7
1.1 Executive Summary 7
1.2 Topics Covered 8
1.3 Key Questions Answered 9
1.4 Target Audience 10
1.5 Companies Mentioned 11

2 LTE Technology Overview 13
2.1 LTE RAN Technology (E-UTRAN) 14
2.2 EPC Technology 16
2.3 Interoperability with 2G/3G Systems 18
2.3.1 Mobile Data Only Service 18
2.3.2 LTE Data Service with 2G/3G Voice 18
2.3.3 Voice and Data Services over LTE 18
2.4 Interoperability with LMR Systems 19
2.5 LTE Advanced Support for Heterogeneous Commercial and LMR Networks 20
3 LTE Business Case in Vertical Industry Segments 25
3.1 Key Market Drivers 25
3.1.1 LTE vs. LMR 25
3.1.2 Security Features 27
3.1.3 Spectrum Flexibility 28
3.1.4 Economic Feasibility 29
3.1.5 Vendor Commitments 29
3.1.6 Support for Data Intensive and Low Latency Applications 31

3.1.7 Voice Interoperability 31
3.2 Key Barriers 31
3.2.1 Interoperability with Legacy Proprietary Solutions 31
3.2.2 The Private vs. Shared Commercial Network Debate 32
3.2.3 Device Challenges and Opportunities 33
3.3 The LTE in Industry Verticals Value Chain 39
4 Vertical Industry Segments 42
4.1 Manufacturing and Automation 42
4.1.1 IoT is the Driver for LTE Enterprise Growth 42
4.2 Oil and Gas 44
4.2.1 Critical Communication Needs in Remote Locations 44
4.2.2 Reliance on LMR Solutions 45
4.2.3 Data Applications and Economic Feasibility: Is LTE the Answer? 45
4.2.4 Texas Energy Network (TEN): An operational M2M LTE Network for the Oil and Gas Industry 46
4.3 Construction 47

4.3.1 Communication Needs of a Huge Market 47
4.3.2 Case Study: LTE Enables Pepper Construction 48
4.4 Agriculture 49
4.4.1 Fundamental Aspect to National Economies 49
4.4.2 The GSMA mAgri Initiative 49
4.4.3 LTE Based M2M Solutions 49
4.5 Mining 50
4.5.1 LTE in Mining: Communications and Remote Monitoring 50
4.5.2 Case Study: Rio Tinto LTE Network 50
4.6 Utilities 51
4.6.1 Complimenting LMR Narrowband Communications 51
4.6.2 Extending Prospects to M2M 51
4.6.3 Enabling Smart Grid and Smart Meter Applications 51
4.7 Transportation 53
4.7.1 Cellular M2M in the Transportation Industry 53
4.7.2 Enabling Content Services 53
4.7.3 New Opportunities: Adverting on Public Transport 54
4.8 Defense 54
4.8.1 Technology is No Longer Driven by Military Needs and Funding 54
4.8.2 Leveraging Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Communications Equipment 55
4.8.3 U.S. Army LTE Trial 55
4.8.4 Naval Task Force Connectivity: U.S. Navy Adopts LTE 56
4.9 Public Safety 57
4.9.1 Endorsement as the Next Generation Public Safety Communication Technology 57
4.9.2 Transforming the Next Generation Command Center 59
4.9.3 Qatar MOI: Leveraging LTE for Real-Time Video Monitoring 59
4.10 Education and Distance Learning 60

4.10.1 The Importance of Internet Connectivity in Education 60
4.10.2 Community-wide LTE Networks 60
4.10.3 Learning from WiMAX: Past Success Stories 60
4.11 Healthcare 61
4.11.1 Transforming the Healthcare Industry 61
4.11.2 LTE and Mobile Video: The Future of E-Healthcare 61
5 Key Trends in LTE and Industry Verticals 62
5.1 Critical Infrastructure 62
5.1.1 U.S Nationwide Private LTE Network: Synergies with Public Safety LTE 62
5.1.2 Private Deployments Targeting Critical Infrastructure 62
5.2 Municipal Networks 63
5.2.1 Prospects of Municipal LTE Networks 63
5.2.2 Case Study: Swindon Borough Council 63
5.3 M2M 64
5.3.1 2G/3G Market Penetration 64
5.3.2 The LTE Era for M2M 65
5.4 LMR vs. LTE: Complement or Replace 66
5.5 LTE in the Traditional Enterprise Segment 67
5.5.1 Serving the Needs of the Traditional Enterprise 67
5.5.2 Mobile Workforce 67
5.5.3 Improving In-Building Coverage: LTE Small Cells 68
5.6 Adoption Timeline by Vertical Industry Segment 68
5.6.1 Oil, Gas and Energy Production 68

5.6.2 Construction 68
5.6.3 Agriculture 69
5.6.4 Mining 69
5.6.5 Utilities 69
5.6.6 Transportation 69
5.6.7 Defense 69
5.6.8 Public Safety 69
5.6.9 Education 70
5.6.10 Healthcare 70
6 Market Analysis and Forecasts 71
6.1 The Global LTE Market: 2014 - 2019 71
6.1.1 Global LTE Subscriptions: 2014 - 2019 71
6.1.2 Global LTE Service Revenue: 2014 - 2019 72
6.1.3 Consumer and Enterprise LTE Subscriptions Compared: 2014 - 2019 73
6.1.4 Consumer and Enterprise LTE Service Revenue Compared: 2014 - 2019 74
6.1.5 Global LTE Subscriptions by Vertical Segment: 2014 - 2019 75
6.1.6 Global LTE Service Revenue by Vertical Segment: 2014 - 2019 76

List of Figures

Figure 1: LTE RAN Architecture 14
Figure 2: LTE EPC Architecture 17
Figure 3: HetNet Toplogy 21
Figure 4: Growth of Connected Devices 34
Figure 5: LTE Value Chain: Traditional Enterprise and Vertical Segments 39
Figure 6: LTE Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry 46
Figure 7: Cellular Network Integration in a Smart Grid Setup 52
Figure 8: Public Safety LTE Network 58
Figure 9: Global LTE Subscriptions: 2014 - 2019 (Millions) 71
Figure 10: Global LTE Service Revenues: 2014 - 2019 ($ Billion) 72
Figure 11: Consumer and Enterprise LTE Subscriptions Compared: 2014 - 2019 (Millions) 73
Figure 12: Consumer vs. Enterprise LTE Service Revenues 2014 - 2019 ($ Billion) 74
Figure 13: Global LTE Subscriptions by Vertical Industry 2014 - 2019 (Thousands) 75
Figure 14: Global LTE Service Revenue by Vertical Industry 2014 - 2019 ($ Billion) 76

Read the full report:
LTE in Industry Verticals: Market Opportunities and Forecasts 2014 - 2019

http://www.reportbuyer.com/telecoms/networks/lte_industry_verticals_market_opportunities_forecasts.html

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