5G for Industrials - A game changer for the industry - Markets at 2020 & forecasts to 2026

This report analyses the deployments of 5G networks in industrial use case.

  • It presents the underlying technologies needed to attain the goals of 5G for industrials.
  • As an introduction, it also extensively reviews up-to-date 5G deployments and spectrum allocation.
  • It analyses the regulation of the spectrum allocation, especially for private networks devoted to industrials.
  • The main initiatives in both trials and deployments around 5G are described in all main regions worldwide (China, Japan, USA, EU5).
  • The strategies of the key players – equipment vendors, MNOs and industrials – are examined.
  • It reviews the main drivers and barriers to deployment of 5G for industrials on the market.
  • In conclusion, it presents forecasts in volume in terms of 5G features, verticals, and for no fewer than eight countries and three regions.

Two databases are also provided including:

  • A list of key deployments worldwide (accessible by vertical/industry concerned, key stakeholders, objectives, date, timelines and more)
  • Market estimates and forecasts, by country, 5G feature and vertical

1. Executive Summary

2. 5G deployment analysed
2.1. Main 5G assignment dates
2.2. 5G commercial launches in Europe
2.3. Key findings from first 5G commercial launches
2.4. 5G spectrum
2.5. Current state of 5G private networks (as of end 2019)
2.6. Countries expected to set aside mobile spectrum for private licensing

3. Key technologies
3.1. From 4G to 5G
3.2. 5G concepts
3.3. eMBB
3.4. uRLLC
3.5. 5G IoT Timeline
3.6. 5G technologies and roadmap
3.7. 5G IoT monetisation models
3.8. Neutral small cell hosts for 5G
3.9. Network slicing
3.10. Massive MIMO and beamforming
3.11. Focus on private networks: definition and characteristics

4. Key 5G deployments by industrials
4.1. Global deployments
4.2. Key findings around 5G initiatives
4.3. 5G trials
4.4. Overview of flagship use cases
4.5. Use cases

5. Ecosytem analysis
5.1. Industrial 5G Value Chain
5.2. Equipment vendors
5.3. Telecom operators
5.4. Industrials

6. Market development
6.1. Market dynamics
6.2. Market estimates and forecasts

7. Annex: definitions

 

List Of Tables

List of tables and figures

2. 5G deployment analysed
• 5G assignment dates, worldwide
• 5G Timeline: 5G commercial launches in Europe
• Availability of 5G spectrum in Member States (EU28) (as of end December 2019)
• Low bands: spectrum assigned and not yet assigned (among identified spectrum)
• High bands: spectrum assigned and not yet assigned (among identified spectrum)
• Mid bands: spectrum assigned and not yet assigned (among identified spectrum)

3. Key technologies
• Main characteristics of 4G and 5G
• Key features of 5G
• eMBB application readiness, by vertical market
• uRLLC applications on various vertical markets
• 5G IoT timeline
• LTE-IoT evolution to 5G
• Main innovative technologies integrated in 5G
• 5G Timeline: 5G commercial launches in Europe
• 5G IoT monetisation models
• Neutral small cell hosts ecosystem
• The disrupted value chain of the wireless telecommunications industry, as seen by the 5G PPP METIS-II project
• Main characteristics of private wireless network

4. Key 5G deployments by industrials
• Overview of 5G deployments in the studied countries
• Breakdown of initiatives, by state of progress
• Private or public initiatives, comparisons by country
• Number of 5G initiatives, by sector and type of network
• The most proactive industrial experimenters
• Most common areas of application
• Overview of 5G use cases

5. Ecosytem analysis
• Industrial 5G Value Chain
• Key player positioning around 5G
• Ericsson end-to-end solutions for 5G
• A clear wish to push 5G private networks to industrials
• End-to-end solutions designed for specific verticals cases
• Commercial arguments for mobile private networks promotion cases
• The most proactive industrial experimenters
• Demonstration of 5G-enabled Rexroth factory
• Fujitsu 5G private network system overview cases

6. Market development
• Drivers and barriers for 5G market development for industrials
• The evolution of 5G installed base per vertical (in thousands units; world)
• The evolution of 5G installed base per feature (in thousands units; world)

7. Annex: definitions
• Key verticals and their scope/definition

Companies

  • 5G EVE
  • 5G Sky Ten
  • 5G Worcestershire Test Bed
  • Abaco
  • ABB
  • ADIF
  • ADP Group
  • Air France
  • Airbus
  • Airport of Paris Charles de Gaulle
  • Airport of Paris Le Bourget
  • Airport of Paris Orly
  • Alcatel Lucent
  • ALD Automotive
  • Altran
  • AMAT
  • Apple
  • Asobo Studio
  • AT&T
  • AWS
  • AWTG
  • b<>com
  • Badger Technologies
  • Balearia
  • Bari
  • BASF
  • Beijing Daxing International Airport
  • Belfast Harbour
  • Blue Bear Systems Research
  • BMW
  • BMW Brilliance
  • BMW Group
  • Bosch
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • Brochesia
  • BT
  • CATEC
  • Cegeka
  • Cellnex
  • Centro Internacional de Oftalmologia Avanzada
  • Centro Pecci Prato
  • CEPSA
  • China Merchants Port Group
  • China Mobile
  • China Telecom
  • China Unicom
  • Cisco
  • City of Milano
  • Clinica Cadarso
  • CNIT
  • COREALIS
  • Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA)
  • Create-NET
  • CRF
  • CTAG
  • Daimler
  • das-Nano
  • Dell
  • Department of Defense
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Deutsche Bahn
  • Deutsche Messe
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • DigitalGlobe
  • DT
  • Dynniq
  • E.Go
  • EDF
  • E-distribuzione
  • EE
  • Elisa
  • Emilio Moro
  • Enagás
  • Enel
  • e-Novia
  • Entropia
  • Ericsson
  • Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Telecomunicación de Málaga
  • Estra
  • EURECOM
  • Exelus
  • Exprivia
  • Exxon Mobile
  • EZ Lab
  • FADA
  • Fastweb
  • FAW
  • FCA
  • Ford Motors
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology
  • Fujitsu
  • Garage
  • Gare de Lyon-Perrache
  • Gare de Rennes
  • Gatwick Airport
  • General Electrics
  • GMV
  • Gobierno de España
  • Google
  • Groupe PSA
  • GSSI
  • Guardia Civil
  • H2020
  • Haixing container terminal
  • Hitachi
  • HoloForge Interactive
  • Huawei
  • Hub One
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries Groups
  • Hyundai MNSOFT
  • Hyundai Mobis
  • Hyundai Robotics
  • Hyundai Shipbuilding Marine Engineering
  • ICADE
  • IDS
  • Immota Manent
  • Ineco
  • Ineco
  • Intel
  • Intellitronika
  • iPZS
  • Italian Institute of Technology
  • Italian Touring Club
  • JetsuiteX
  • Juniper
  • KDDI
  • Kings College
  • Korea Transport Safety Authority
  • KT
  • KTH
  • La Cantine
  • Leat
  • LG
  • Lombardia Region
  • Lufthansa
  • Lufthansa Technik
  • Magnetti Marelli
  • MARLO
  • MassStart Partners
  • Matera
  • Maxar
  • Maxxi L
  • Aquila
  • Mazak
  • Mediatek
  • Medivis
  • Microsoft
  • MOSAIC
  • Municipal Police of Prato
  • Museo del Tessuto
  • Museo Nazionale dAbruzzo
  • Museum of Manufacturing Prato
  • National Naval Academy
  • Navantia
  • NBEC Consortium
  • NEC
  • Nokia
  • Nomadeec
  • Northumbrian Water
  • Novotel Ambassador Dongdaemun
  • NTT DOCOMO
  • Numa
  • O2
  • Obayashi
  • Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine
  • Ocado
  • Ofcom
  • OMRON
  • Open Fiber
  • Orange
  • Orange Belgium
  • Orange Gardens 5G Lab
  • Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos de Sevilla (FIBES) Panasonic
  • Paris La Défense
  • Past View
  • Pirelli
  • Politecnico Milano
  • Port of Algeciras
  • Port of Antwerp
  • Port of Belfast
  • Port Of Hamburg
  • Port of Haminakotka
  • Port of Le Havre
  • Port of Livorno
  • Port of Malaga
  • Port of Piraeus
  • Port of Qingdao
  • Port of Valencia
  • Prato local authority
  • Prato Museum of Manufacturing
  • PRISMA Telecom
  • Proximus
  • Puerto de Huelva
  • Qampo
  • QinetiQ
  • Qualcomm
  • Qualcomm Life
  • Red Cross Italia
  • Regional secretariat for Abruzzo
  • Reiss Romoli
  • Renault
  • Rush
  • SAAB
  • Samsung
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Samsung Heavy Industries
  • Samsung Heavy Industries Shipyard
  • SoftBank (HAPSMobile)
  • Sony
  • SpaceX
  • Sprint
  • SSE
  • StrattoOpencell
  • Sunrise
  • Supermercados MAS
  • SYRTEM
  • Tactilon Agnet
  • Talgo
  • Tamp Net
  • TCL
  • Telefónica
  • Telenet
  • Telia
  • Thales
  • Three
  • TIM
  • T-Mobile
  • T-Mobile Austria
  • TransDev
  • Transpolis
  • Tricepts
  • Trops
  • Universita Degli StudidellAquila
  • University of Dresden
  • University of Firenze
  • University of Malaga
  • University Pole of Prato
  • Unmanned Life
  • UTAC CERAM
  • Verizon
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Viber
  • Virtualware
  • Vodafone
  • Vodafone Spain
  • Volkswagen
  • WhatsApp
  • ZTE

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