2022 Leading 5G and Beyond Research Packet of Business Solutions: Autonomous Vehicles, Mission Critical Services, Private Networking, Public Safety, Robotics, Satellites, Smart Cities, and Surveillance - ResearchAndMarkets.com

2022 Leading 5G and Beyond Research Packet of Business Solutions: Autonomous Vehicles, Mission Critical Services, Private Networking, Public Safety, Robotics, Satellites, Smart Cities, and Surveillance – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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This package research report provides the most comprehensive assessment of the market for 5G business solutions. The analysis includes connected and autonomous vehicles, mission-critical networks, private networks, public safety, satellites, smart cities, remote robotics and remote operation, voice over 5G, and video surveillance.

Comprehensive 5G research offering evaluates 5G B2B market solutions for Enterprise, Industrial and Government companies. It addresses specific opportunities such as 5G support for private wireless networks, WAN connectivity, and fixed wireless access for businesses. It also provides analysis for specific applications such as autonomous vehicles, telepresence, telerobotics, video-related services, public safety, and more. It also evaluates the 5G indoors, smart cities, and satellite markets as well as the impact of 5G on the data analytics and data-as-a-service market.

This research also assesses the outlook for 5G equipment, software, and services as well as the market for infrastructure, devices, applications, and services beyond 5G (B5G). Analyzes the technologies, capabilities, expected communications, and computing solutions for 6G. It also looks at the impact of 5G development including expected 6G technologies. It provides an analysis of the impact on the ICT ecosystem including infrastructure, business planning and areas of innovation needed to achieve future capabilities and solutions beyond 5G.

Voice quality has gained a significant foothold with Voice over LTE (VoLTE) with the rollout of 4G LTE networks. Voice over 5G (Vo5G) will build on these developments as high-end voice systems take advantage of embedded 5G core network elements along with IP Multimedia Systems (IMS), VoLTE improvements, 5G Evolved Packet Core (EPC), and other new 5G radio ( 5GNR) 5G wireless access network equipment such as smart antennas.

The vast majority of 5G service provider profits will come from the business market rather than the consumer segment. The latter will generate additional revenues, but the margins will be very thin compared to the business sectors including the institutional, industrial and government sectors. Accordingly, the business-to-business (B2B) market is seen as much more attractive than the business-to-consumer (B2C) market for 5G. The analyst sees the 5G business services market developing as telecom service providers offer both B2B direct as well as B2B to business (B2B2B) through third party channels.

A primary opportunity in the 5G B2B market will be Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) for enterprise and industrial customers as a complement to (not a replacement for) cable, fiber and Ethernet. In certain situations, such as time-sensitive networks that require superior reliability, 5G will be an alternative to other wireless options. However, WiFi 6 would be a viable option. Indoor 5G, driven by scenario-specific issues such as current wireless, solution requirements, and the overall economy.

The 5G business services market will also be very important in supporting private wireless networks for both fixed wireless WAN connectivity for corporate-owned networks as well as carrier-ready solutions that include 5G deployments and edge computing. Telecom service providers will develop turnkey offerings as a “future-proof” alternative to ownership of the network of enterprise and industrial customers. Part of this turnkey value proposition is the services being managed by the carrier rather than managing the commercial customer in-house and/or contracting out to a third party to manage the network and/or application.

LTE Advanced (LTE-A) represents a major step in the evolution of 4G technology, providing mobile coverage, higher performance, and greater connection stability. 5G New Radio Access (NR) technology is part of the 5G Wireless Access Network (RAN) architecture consisting of the evolution of LTE and millimeter wave (mmWave) technology that will be operable from 1GHz to 24+GHz in low band and mid band And the higher.

A variety of complementary technologies will enable 5G NR-enabled systems, including massive MIMO, advanced LPDC, subframe TDD, beamforming, and mmwave radio frequency. For communication service providers, mmWave will bring challenges and opportunities for public infrastructure and especially for private Internet of Things (IoT) networks for industrial automation and mission-critical services to organizations across many industry sectors.

Higher frequencies suffer from attenuation, which means they lose signal over distance and when hit by things (even water vapor, but especially solid objects like trees, buildings, etc.). This is why bulky MIMO and other multi-signal methods are needed to help, along with beamforming to direct RF energy where it is needed, but a signal that is directional by nature is difficult to maintain with a moving object.

The commercial drivers for satellite communications and applications are clear. Satellites provide coverage in areas where terrestrial wireless networks cannot. In fact, terrestrial wireless networks cover only approximately 12% of the globe. Certain sectors, such as the marine industry, require global coverage. This will be especially important as shipping begins to adopt autonomous transport as ships will continue to require ship-to-shore communications as well as a new need for signaling using on-board sensors to control navigation and ships.

The asset management industry also requires coverage satellite systems to support fleet tracking, supply chain management, and general asset tracking needs. The emergence of advanced Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that leverage machine-to-machine communication and other supporting technologies enable anytime, anywhere asset tracking and any type of asset tracking. Satellites provide seamless M2M connections to the IoT-based asset tracking market.

Smart cities represent a set of solutions deployed in an urban environment to transform management and support living and working environments to meet these challenges. Accordingly, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is transforming at a rapid rate, driven by urbanization, industrialization of emerging economies, and the specific needs of various smart city initiatives. The development of smart cities is emerging as a focal point of growth drivers in several key ICT areas including artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, connected devices, wireless broadband, edge computing, and big data analytics.

We expect smart cities to increasingly become closely monitored cities. For example, there are so many CCTV cameras in the UK that the average Londoner is caught on camera 300 times a day. It is estimated that there is one CCTV camera for every 13 people in London, which means there are approximately 700,000 cameras in this dense urban environment.

Traditional monitoring solutions are usually supervised by humans and are error-prone. 5G allows for new solutions, including fully automated ones that can blur individual details of those being logged, while also monitoring their activity for crime or suspicious activity. This is possible due to the processing and analysis of these video feeds that are performed locally through the 5G edge cloud. Therefore, decision making can be done by software without human intervention.

Robots are increasingly being used to improve the automation of enterprises, industrial and military. Additionally, bots are finding their way into more consumer use cases as public concerns fade and acceptance grows in terms of benefits versus risks. While many consumer applications are still largely lifestyle-oriented, ground and aerial robots are used by enterprises, industrial organizations, and the military that are used for many repetitive, tedious, and/or dangerous tasks. Adoption and usage are expected to increase rapidly with improvements to artificial intelligence, bot form factors, convenience for use, cloud computing, and related business models, such as bots as a service.

The global robotics market is broadly segmented into institutional, industrial, military, and consumer robots. Major market segments that cut across industries include healthcare robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, and autonomous vehicles. Enterprise Robotics involves the use of robots for both business and consumer service and support. Functions include internal business processes and processes, delivery of goods and services, search, analytics, and other business-specific applications.

Intelligent machines collectively represent intelligent devices, machines, equipment, and embedded automation software that independently perform repetitive tasks and solve complex problems. Along with artificial intelligence, IoT connectivity, and M2M communications, smart machines are a key component of intelligent systems, which include many emerging technologies such as smart dust, neural computing, and advanced robotics. Smart devices will also benefit greatly from developments in the convergence of AI and the Internet of Things, also known as Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT).

Teleoperation and telerobotics are supported by ICT infrastructure including broadband communications, sensors, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, and various Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. The combination of telematics, M2M/IoT, and 5G communications will enable entirely new use cases for bots, powered by cloud-based bots as a service business model.

Improvements in wireless broadband untether remotely. Before 5G and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), Teleoperation was largely shifted to fixed telecom connections. 5G and MEC will enable remote operation anywhere there is 5G coverage, enabling many new industrial and consumer automation scenarios involving robotics. In particular, we expect significant benefits to be realized as a result of the remote market embrace of cloud bot deployment alongside 5G in private wireless environments.

Expanding on a trend that began with technologies that support 5G capabilities, 6G will be combined with a range of previously disparate technologies. Several key technologies will converge with 6G including artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and computing. 6G networks will extend the performance of existing 5G capabilities as well as expand the range to support increasingly new and innovative applications across the areas of communications, sensing, wireless perception and imaging.

While 5G lifts mmWave into the microwave frequency range, 6G will take advantage of smaller wavelengths in the Terahertz (THz) range in the 100GHz to 3TB range. While the impact on the wireless access network (RAN) of 5G will be significant, it will be even greater with 6G networks, which is largely due to a significant increase in frequency, which will facilitate the need for antennas almost everywhere.

Select results:

  • Global Telematics and Remote Robotics Market is Expected to Reach $81.9 Billion by 2027

  • The global 5G market in cloud robotics market will reach $10.6 billion by 2028, at a compound annual growth rate of 81.3%

  • Narrow, medium and millimeter wave 5G networks in smart cities to reach $112.3 billion by 2027

  • Combining 5G and mobile computing solutions to accelerate V2X growth in the Asia Pacific and North American markets

  • Fixed 5G global wireless transmission to smart buildings to support WiFi/Tethering will reach $337.2 million by 2027

  • The global satellite services market will generate an economic development value of up to 50 times the combined cost of infrastructure deployment capital expenditure and systems maintenance operating expenditure

  • 5G subscription to public networks will overtake the private sector through 2026, although the latter will see a 20% faster growth rate, and is set to overtake the former by 2030.

  • 6G technologies can best be described as ultra-secure, ultra-fast, ultra-reliable, and ultra-short-range. 6G telecom services will achieve primary commercialization from 2028 to 2030

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