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Machine to Machine Southeast Asia In Depth (7 Countries) - September 2013

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Machine to Machine Southeast Asia In Depth (7 Countries) - September 2013


M2M market in the South East Asian Region

2013-2018


The Southeast Asian market has special significance for the M2M industry. The region's manufacturing infrastructure is radically changed...and human development indices for individual countries compare favorably with the very best in the world. The geographical significance of the region is beyond doubt; as it lies on critical maritime paths. Between the sophistication of the manufacturing base, the shifting patterns in consumer habits and the general growth trajectory (and potential) of the countries that make up the region, it is among the most exciting territories for M2M market participants.

But finding market share numbers and forecasts has heretofore been difficult if not impossible. Which is why Emerging Markets Direct has written this report. Click here to view the full table of contents.)

By dint of extensive primary research, involving dozens of interviews with key industry participants, careful scrutiny of hard to get data and our own forecasting methods, Emerging Markets Direct have produced the definitive study for people with their eye on this market.

Within you will find complete analysis of both supply and demand for 7 markets including:
•Cambodia
•Indonesia
•Malaysia
•Philippines
•Taiwan
•Thailand
•Vietnam

The report will breakdown the M2M market by the following components:
•Hardware
•Software
•Services

The report identifies the following major end-use verticals for the M2M technology:
•Consumer Electronics
•Medicine
•Residential and other premises
•Retail and POS
•Transportation

This report is a must have for:
•Cellular operators
•Managed services providers
•Customized hardware developers
•OEMS
•ISVs
•Chipset developers
•IP owners

The report will assess the overall South East Asian market at large and provide a qualitative and quantitative assessment of the prospects of M2M market in the region. A total of 112 MNCs and prominent companies are interviewed and featured in detail. Click here to view the full company list.

Purchase the full report for $5000, or choose only specific country segments for USD$1500. Included in each country segment is a full economic and political overview, analysis of key M2M end-user verticals, market forecasts for individual components of the M2M market and analyses of key stakeholders.

Ch1: Introduction

This chapter will capture a snapshot of key qualitative and quantitative findings of the report. It will also lay the ground for further discussion by defining M2M and explaining its modus operandii.

Executive Summary
Definition
Evolution
Drivers
Challenges

Ch2: Use-Cases

This chapter will detail principal use-cases of M2M. While the theory behind M2M is uncomplicated, the implementation methodology is largely dependent on the end-application. This chapter will provide a detailed explanation of these nuances.

Consumer Electronics
Implementation scenario
Drivers
Challenges
Notable examples
Residential and other premises
Implementation scenario
Drivers
Challenges
Notable examples
Medicine
Implementation scenario
Drivers
Challenges
Notable examples
Retail and POS
Implementation scenario
Drivers
Challenges
Notable examples
Transportation
Implementation scenario
Drivers
Challenges
Notable examples

Ch3: Services Market

This chapter will provide a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the services market component of M2M. This will include the service provisioning stakeholder value chain. What makes M2M attractive is the diversity of revenue streams it can generate, and provide deep levels of involvement of influential stakeholders, including cellular operators.

Market for connectivity services
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical
Overall subscriber base
Breakdown by vertical
Market for system and network integration services
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical
Overall subscriber base
Breakdown by vertical

Ch4: Hardware Market

This chapter will provide a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the hardware market component of M2M. This will include the hardware development stakeholder value chain. Hardware, as can be imagined, is the peak of innovative activity and intellectual property development that has a defining impact on the future of the larger M2M market.

Market for user devices
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical
Overall market size (shipment volumes)
Breakdown by vertical
Market for system and network infrastructure
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical
Overall market size (shipment volumes)
Breakdown by vertical

Ch5: Software Market

This chapter will provide a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the software market component of M2M. This will include the software stakeholder value chain. While relatively less complex, software is the component that lends simplicity and effectiveness to M2M setups.

Market for management software
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical
Market for client software
Value chain
Stakeholder categories
Business and technology drivers
Challenges
Forecasts
Overall market size (dollar sales)
Breakdown by vertical

Ch6: Stakeholder analysis

This chapter will provide a detailed breakdown of stakeholders and a thorough analysis of the market dynamics that influences their actions through illustrative case studies.

Overview of the supply chain
Operators
Role description
Drivers and opportunities
Challenges
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Case studies
Software vendors
Role description
Drivers and opportunities
Challenges
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Case studies
Hardware vendors
Role description
Drivers and opportunities
Challenges
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Case studies
System and network integrators
Role description
Drivers and opportunities
Challenges
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Case studies

Country Market: Indonesia

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Indonesian market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction
Political overview
Economic overview
Health of end-user verticals
Consumer Electronics
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Residential and other premises
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Medicine
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Retail and POS
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Transportation
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Market forecast
Services Market
Market for connectivity services
Market for system and network integration services
Hardware Market
Market for user devices
Market for system and network infrastructure
Software Market
Market for management software
Market for client software
Stakeholder analysis
Operators
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Software vendors
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Hardware vendors
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
System and network integrators
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players

Country Market: Malaysia

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Malaysian market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction
Political overview
Economic overview
Health of end-user verticals
Consumer Electronics
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Residential and other premises
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Medicine
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Retail and POS
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Transportation
Notable developments
Drivers
Challenges
Market forecast
Services Market
Market for connectivity services
Market for system and network integration services
Hardware Market
Market for user devices
Market for system and network infrastructure
Software Market
Market for management software
Market for client software
Stakeholder analysis
Operators
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Software vendors
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players
Hardware vendors
Strategies and initiatives
Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Country Market: Philippines

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Philippine market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction

Political overview

Economic overview

Health of end-user verticals

Consumer Electronics

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Residential and other premises

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Medicine

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Retail and POS

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Transportation

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Market forecast

Services Market

Market for connectivity services

Market for system and network integration services

Hardware Market

Market for user devices

Market for system and network infrastructure

Software Market

Market for management software

Market for client software

Stakeholder analysis

Operators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Software vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Hardware vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Country Market: Taiwan

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Taiwanese market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction

Political overview

Economic overview

Health of end-user verticals

Consumer Electronics

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Residential and other premises

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Medicine

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Retail and POS

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Transportation

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Market forecast

Services Market

Market for connectivity services

Market for system and network integration services

Hardware Market

Market for user devices

Market for system and network infrastructure

Software Market

Market for management software

Market for client software

Stakeholder analysis

Operators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Software vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Hardware vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Country Market: Vietnam

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Vietnamese market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction

Political overview

Economic overview

Health of end-user verticals

Consumer Electronics

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Residential and other premises

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Medicine

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Retail and POS

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Transportation

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Market forecast

Services Market

Market for connectivity services

Market for system and network integration services

Hardware Market

Market for user devices

Market for system and network infrastructure

Software Market

Market for management software

Market for client software

Stakeholder analysis

Operators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Software vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Hardware vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Country Market: Cambodia

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Cambodian market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction

Political overview

Economic overview

Health of end-user verticals

Consumer Electronics

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Residential and other premises

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Medicine

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Retail and POS

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Transportation

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Market forecast

Services Market

Market for connectivity services

Market for system and network integration services

Hardware Market

Market for user devices

Market for system and network infrastructure

Software Market

Market for management software

Market for client software

Stakeholder analysis

Operators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Software vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Hardware vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Country Market: Thailand

This chapter will provide a lowdown and associated analysis of the Thai market. This will include an understanding of macroeconomic factors, vertical-specific influences and prospects for M2M. The chapter will also introduce key companies and organizations of the region in the M2M domain.

Introduction

Political overview

Economic overview

Health of end-user verticals

Consumer Electronics

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Residential and other premises

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Medicine

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Retail and POS

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Transportation

Notable developments

Drivers

Challenges

Market forecast

Services Market

Market for connectivity services

Market for system and network integration services

Hardware Market

Market for user devices

Market for system and network infrastructure

Software Market

Market for management software

Market for client software

Stakeholder analysis

Operators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Software vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

Hardware vendors

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players

System and network integrators

Strategies and initiatives

Influential players


Read the full report:
Machine to Machine Southeast Asia In Depth (7 Countries) - September 2013
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