Frost and Sullivan reveal a $1.5 trillion market potential in smart cities by 2020 with multiple opportunities to tap into in infrastructure development, technology integration, and energy and security services. The briefing will discuss the market opportunity, growth areas, and new business models in the smart city space and also provide insights into the competitive landscape highlighting the next game changers in the market.
The session will look into how utility providers, infrastructure companies, system integrators and telecom operators are actively pursuing this market adding more layers of intelligence as either integrators offering pre-packaged bundled solutions or as product vendors offering intelligent hardware and infrastructure. New funding mechanisms and public-private dynamics such as equity-based funding and performance based contracting will be also be touched upon.
This webinar will discuss in detail:
· Eight parameters that define a smart city
· The top 26 smart cities and future sustainable cities in the next decade
· Key smart city segments of 2025
· Smart city business models and funding mechanisms like OBM and BOO
· Key market participants and next game changers
· Implications of smart city solutions on key industries
· Recommendations for businesses and cities